Charles Sidney Passavant III

M, b. 5 May 1895, d. 23 November 1985
     Charles Sidney Passavant III was born on 5 May 1895 at Butler Co., PA.1,2 He was the son of Charles Sidney Passavant Jr. and Lillian Tebay.1 Charles Sidney Passavant III married Hettie Burd Rodgers, daughter of James Denny Rodgers and Elizabeth Morris. Charles Sidney Passavant III died on 23 November 1985 at Zelianople, Butler Co., PA, at age 90

Obituary -- Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Monday, 25 NOV 1985, p.10 (Newspapers.com):

Charles Passavant

Charles Passavant, a former bank president in Butler County, died of heart failure Saturday in his home in Zelienople.

Mr. Passavant, 90, of 300 W. Beaver Ave., was president of the former Union National Bank of Zelienople.

He had served on the board of directors of North Hills Passavant Hospital.

He was a charter member of the Zelienople Rotary Club; past master of Harmony Lodge 429 F&AM; and a member of Syria Temple and Zelienople American Legion Post 474.

He is survived by his wife, Hetty; two daughters, Betty Kaufmann Jr. and Sis Henderson Jr., both of Darien, Conn; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Friends are being received from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today in the Glenn-Kildoo Funeral Home, 219 E. Grandview Ave., Zelienople.

Services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow in English Lutheran Church in Zelienople. Burial will be in the church cemetery.

He was buried in November 1985 at English Lutheran Church Cemetery, Zelienople, Butler Co., PA, Findagrave #137112017.

Children of Charles Sidney Passavant III and Hettie Burd Rodgers

Citations

  1. [S3651] 1900 Federal Census, Butler County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1387; FHL #1241387.
  2. [S4552] 1930 Federal Census, Butler County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Rolls 2008-10; FHL #2341742-44.

Charles Sidney Passavant Jr.1

M, b. 21 February 1871, d. 20 December 1935
     Charles Sidney Passavant Jr. was born on 21 February 1871 at Butler Co., PA.1 He married Lillian Tebay circa 1892.1 Charles Sidney Passavant Jr. died on 20 December 1935 at age 64. He was buried in December 1935 at English Lutheran Church Cemetery, Zelienople, Butler Co., PA, Findagrave #67658909.

Child of Charles Sidney Passavant Jr. and Lillian Tebay

Citations

  1. [S3651] 1900 Federal Census, Butler County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1387; FHL #1241387.

Elizabeth Passavant

F, b. 15 January 1919, d. 8 September 2011
     Elizabeth Passavant was also known as "Betty". She was born on 15 January 1919 at Springfield, Clark Co., OH.1 She was the daughter of Charles Sidney Passavant III and Hettie Burd Rodgers. Elizabeth Passavant married Charles Barnard Kaufmann Jr., son of Charles Barnard Kaufmann and Nettie Cramer, in 1942. Elizabeth Passavant died on 8 September 2011 at Norwalk, Fairfield Co., CT, at age 92

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

ELIZABETH (BETTY) PASSAVANT KAUFMANN, a longtime resident of Darien, Connecticut, died peacefully on September 8 in Norwalk Hospital. She was 92. She is survived by three children, Charles B. Kaufmann III (Patty) of Greenwich, CT; Rodgers P. Kaufmann of Evergreen, Colorado; and Elizabeth P. Kaufmann (Ernest Tucker), also of Evergreen; a sister, Virginia (Sis) Henderson of Darien; six grandchildren, Anya, Cameron, Jami, Jeff, Juli and Travis, and six great-grandchildren. Born on January 15, 1919, in Springfield, Ohio, to Charles and Hetty Passavant, she grew up in Zelienople, PA, and was an outstanding student-athlete at Zelienople High School. Mrs. Kaufmann attended Smith College, graduating in the Class of 1940. She met her late husband, Charles B. Kaufmann Jr., in Sea Island, Georgia, and they were married in 1942. She worked for several years in the Administration Office at Rosemary Hall School in Greenwich, CT, and later served as a volunteer for the American Red Cross and the Stamford Hospital. Mrs. Kaufmann was an active member of the Noroton Presbyterian Church in Darien, and an avid gardener and bridge player. She was also a devoted and loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, and will be forever missed and loved by her family members and many others who knew her. The family extends their deepest appreciation to the many individuals, especially Benjamin Abraha, as well as the staff at Atria Darien and others, who contributed so much to the quality of her life in recent years.

She was buried in September 2011 at English Lutheran Church Cemetery, Zelienople, Butler Co., PA, Findagrave #137112260.

Citations

  1. [S4552] 1930 Federal Census, Butler County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Rolls 2008-10; FHL #2341742-44.

Lillian Virginia Passavant1

F, b. 14 July 1922
     Lillian Virginia Passavant was also known as "Sis". She was born on 14 July 1922 at Butler Co., PA.1 She was the daughter of Charles Sidney Passavant III and Hettie Burd Rodgers.1 Lillian Virginia Passavant married Sidney Elliott Henderson Jr., son of Sidney Elliott Henderson and Lucia E. Campbell. Lillian Virginia Passavant lived in 2011 at Darien, Fairfield Co., CT.

Citations

  1. [S4552] 1930 Federal Census, Butler County, Pennsylvania. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Rolls 2008-10; FHL #2341742-44.

Vernon Vincent Passmore

M, b. 28 January 1910, d. 3 June 1985
     Vernon Vincent Passmore was born on 28 January 1910 at Missouri. He married Velma Louise Cassel, daughter of William Lester Cassel and Louise Katherine Semler, on 27 October 1964 at Riverside Co., CA. Vernon Vincent Passmore died on 3 June 1985 at Los Angeles Co., CA, at age 75. He was buried in June 1985 at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Long Beach, Los Angeles Co., CA, Findagrave #194418390.

Anne Geraldine Pastotnik

F, b. circa 1922
     Anne Geraldine Pastotnik was born circa 1922 at Harrietta, Wexford Co., MI. She married Lewis Bethuel Lovell, son of Henry Robert Lovell and Grace Pearl Bever, on 20 May 1950 at Cadillac, Wexford Co., MI.
Note: Possibly the Ann G. Lovell b. 19 JUN 1923, d. 23 MAR 2004, listed in the SSDI.

Rose M. Pata

F, b. circa 1915, d. 13 February 1993
     Rose M. Pata was born circa 1915 at Provincetown, Barnstable Co., MA. She married Henry O. Seim. Rose M. Pata died on 13 February 1993 at York, York Co., PA. She was buried in February 1993 at Greenmount Cemetery, York, York Co., PA.

Child of Rose M. Pata and Henry O. Seim

Arethusa Patch

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     Arethusa Patch married Elisha Calkins.

Child of Arethusa Patch and Elisha Calkins

Anna E. Patchell1

F, b. 18 July 1854, d. 16 December 1891
     Anna E. Patchell was born on 18 July 1854.1 She was the daughter of James Patchell and Elizabeth Gravelle.1 Anna E. Patchell married A. Rinewalt Supplee, son of Zimmerman Supplee and Hannah Rinewalt, on 11 January 1877, Ceremony by Rev. D. J. R. Strayer.1 Anna E. Patchell died on 16 December 1891 at age 37.1

Children of Anna E. Patchell and A. Rinewalt Supplee

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 203.
  2. [S82] Price Genealogy, 204.

James Patchell1

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     James Patchell married Elizabeth Gravelle.1

Child of James Patchell and Elizabeth Gravelle

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 203.

Arthur Niles Patchett

M, b. January 1898, d. 15 March 1957
     Arthur Niles Patchett was born in January 1898 at Michigan.1 He married Margaret C. Jackson circa 1918.1 Arthur Niles Patchett died on 15 March 1957 at age 59. He was buried in March 1957 at Flushing City Cemetery, Flushing, Genesee Co., MI, Find A Grave Memorial# 61846853.

Child of Arthur Niles Patchett and Margaret C. Jackson

Citations

  1. [S792] 1920 Federal Census, Genesee County, Michigan. Microfilm Image, Series T625, Roll 765.

Robert George Patchett

M, b. 11 April 1919, d. 9 September 2005
     Robert George Patchett was born on 11 April 1919 at Michigan. He was the son of Arthur Niles Patchett and Margaret C. Jackson.1 Robert George Patchett married Madeline Louise Grumley, daughter of Nelson L. Grumley and Rose Marie Ade, on 13 August 1965 at Genesee Co., MI, Two daughters. Robert George Patchett died on 9 September 2005 at Genesee Co., MI, at age 86.

Citations

  1. [S792] 1920 Federal Census, Genesee County, Michigan. Microfilm Image, Series T625, Roll 765.

August Pate

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     August Pate married Harriet Baxley, daughter of William Baxley and Lydia Sonner, No children, separated. August Pate married Susan C. Windell, daughter of George Windell and Catherine Hedges, on 7 December 1911 at Harrison Co., IN.

Hazel Pate

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     Hazel Pate married Ray Brown.

Child of Hazel Pate and Ray Brown

Maggie Pate

F, b. April 1873
     Maggie Pate was born in April 1873 at Pickens Co., AL.1 She married William Olius Windle, son of Samuel Murphy Windle and Margaret Alice McGee, circa 1895 at Pickens Co. (probably), AL.1

Children of Maggie Pate and William Olius Windle

Citations

  1. [S876] 1900 Federal Census, Pickens County, Alabama. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 36; FHL #1240036.

Minnie Estelle Pate

F, b. 13 July 1899, d. September 1984
     Minnie Estelle Pate was born on 13 July 1899 at Alabama. She was the daughter of Samuel Pate and Maggie Bridges. Minnie Estelle Pate married Thomas Cole Windle, son of Thomas Sidney Windle and Mathe Emma Jennings, circa 1913. Minnie Estelle Pate died in September 1984 at Pickens Co., AL, at age 85.

Children of Minnie Estelle Pate and Thomas Cole Windle

Samuel Pate

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     Samuel Pate married Maggie Bridges.

Child of Samuel Pate and Maggie Bridges

Edward Nye Patek

M, b. 21 April 1911, d. 13 October 1998
     Edward Nye Patek was born on 21 April 1911 at Chicago, Cook Co., IL. He was the son of Max Patek and Marion Twinkle Nye. Edward Nye Patek died on 13 October 1998 at Wheaton, DuPage Co., IL, at age 87.

Max Patek

M, b. June 1880, d. 1933
     Max Patek was born in June 1880 at Arcadia, Tremealeau Co. (probably), WI.1 He was the son of Siegismund Patek and Wilhelmina (?)1 Max Patek married Marion Twinkle Nye, daughter of Edward Quincy Nye and Caroline Adelia Clippinger, on 9 October 1909 at Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI. Max Patek died in 1933 at Evanston, Cook Co., IL.

Child of Max Patek and Marion Twinkle Nye

Citations

  1. [S2941] 1900 Federal Census, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1801; FHL #1241801.

Siegismund Patek1

M, b. October 1837
     Siegismund Patek was born in October 1837 at Bohemia.1 He married Wilhelmina (?) circa 1860.1

Child of Siegismund Patek and Wilhelmina (?)

Citations

  1. [S2941] 1900 Federal Census, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1801; FHL #1241801.

Frances Paterson1

F, b. circa 1810, d. 21 January 1882
     Frances Paterson was born circa 1810 at Ohio.1 She married Samuel J. Freel. Frances Paterson died on 21 January 1882 at Huntington Co., IN.

Child of Frances Paterson and Samuel J. Freel

Citations

  1. [S1876] 1860 Federal Census, Huntington County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 267; FHL #803267.

Rosalie L. Patoka

F, b. 4 September 1915, d. 30 April 2014
     Rosalie L. Patoka was also known as "Rose". She was born on 4 September 1915 at Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI. She married Raymond Robert Krzyzanski on 2 May 1936 at Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., WI. Rosalie L. Patoka died on 30 April 2014 at Heinemann's Assisted Living, Coldwater, Branch Co., MI, at age 98

Obituary -- (Findagrave.com):

Rosalie L. Krzyzanski, 98, of Bronson, passed away on Wednesday, April 30, 2014 at Heinemann's Assisted Living in Coldwater.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Friday, May 2, 2014 at 1:30 PM at St. Charles Borromeo Church in Coldwater with Rev. Fr. German Perez-Diaz officiating. Interment will follow at Oak Grove Cemetery. Visitation will be held on Thursday, May 1, 2014 from 5:00 – 8:00 PM at Dutcher Funeral Home in Coldwater with the Rosary to be recited at 8:00 PM.

Rose was born September 4, 1915 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Joseph and Rose (Liban) Patoka, she was one of six children.

She attended St. Vincent de Paul School and Church and graduated from the South Division High School in 1933. She married Raymond Krzyzanski on May 2, 1936 in Milwaukee, WI. He preceded her in death in 1992. Rose and Ray, Sr. moved to Michigan in 1946, Rose worked at L.A. Darling Co. in Bronson for 17 years and then for the Coldwater Regional Center, retiring in 1978.

Rose was an active member of St. Charles Borromeo Church, where she belonged to St. Ann's Guild and the 50+ Group. She was also active in the Coldwater Area Senior Citizen's Club, a former 20 year member of the Red Cross and the Good Times Kitchen Band for 16 years. It gave Rose great pleasure to play at the convalescent homes in the Coldwater area. She enjoyed bowling, visiting with friends, and especially enjoyed spending time with her family. Rose also wrote poetry and various articles in the Coldwater Daily Reporter about events around the community. She was very proud of the time she walked the Mackinac Bridge when she was 68 years old. Rose was a real people person, with many good friends, Mildred Stingle and Mary Baird to name a few.

Rose is survived by her sons, Raymond (Nancy) Krzyzanski of Pagosa Springs, CO, Ralph (Diane) Krzyzanski of Colon, Roger (Kay) Krzyzanski of Coldwater, 17 grandchildren and step-grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren, 3 great-great grandchildren, nieces and nephews of Milwaukee, WI and Riverside, CA.

In addition to her husband, she was also preceded in death by her sons, Ronald and Richard Krzyzanski in 2008, her sisters Josephine Wieniek, Sophie Moore, and Bridget Gilhuly, her brothers Andrew and Mike Patoka, her grandchildren Michael Krzyzanski in 2003 and Tammi (Krzyzanski) Schrum in 2013

Memorials may be directed to St. Charles Borromeo Church for Masses, Branch Area Food Pantry or The Commission on Aging.

She was buried in May 2014 at Oak Grove Cemetery, Coldwater, Branch Co., MI, Findagrave #129810253.

Child of Rosalie L. Patoka and Raymond Robert Krzyzanski

Anna Ellen Paton

F, b. 31 May 1846, d. 18 November 1903
     Anna Ellen Paton was born on 31 May 1846 at Rhode Island.1 She married James Gilchrist circa 1866.1 Anna Ellen Paton died on 18 November 1903 at Logan Co., IL, at age 57.

Child of Anna Ellen Paton and James Gilchrist

Citations

  1. [S240] 1900 Federal Census, Logan County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 319 & 320; FHL #1240319 - 20.

Duncan McLennan Paton

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     Duncan McLennan Paton married Marguerretta Gladys Burrows.

Child of Duncan McLennan Paton and Marguerretta Gladys Burrows

James Dana Paton

M, b. 7 April 1943, d. 1 January 2012
     James Dana Paton was born on 7 April 1943 at King Co., WA. He was the son of William James Paton and Eleanor Blanche Haskins. James Dana Paton died on 1 January 2012 at Spokane, Spokane Co., WA, at age 68 Obituary (Findagrave.com):

Our beloved father, Jim "Pates" Paton, 68, passed away January 1, 2012 in Spokane surrounded by family and friends.
Jim was born in Seattle, Washington in 1943 to William and Eleanor Paton(Haskins). After his family relocated to Spokane, he attended Finch Elementary and Havermale Jr. High and graduated from Shadle Park High School in 1961. Jim participated in many high school sports and extra-curricular activities including football, baseball, basketball, wrestling, clansmen club, drama and band. He received the MVP player award, was captain of the football team and the All-City football team and was the student body vice president for his class. Jim attended Washington State University where he played football and was a member of the Sigma Nu Fraternity. After graduating in 1965, Jim played football for the Saskatchewan Roughriders, Seattle Rangers and Columbia Lions of the Pacific Football League and Canadian Football League from 1965 - 1968. Jim's teaching and coaching career began in the Highline School District. In 1970 Jim returned to Spokane and began coaching and teaching at his Alma mater, Shadle Park High School. He coached football, wrestling and J.V. baseball at Shadle for seven years and was named the head baseball coach at Rogers High School in 1977. Jim also coached football and many summer leagues while at Shadle and Rogers. Jim strived for improvements and "firsts" in the baseball programs he led, always for the benefit of his players. Many of his players have said that he was a true inspiration and viewed him as a father figure. Jim took All-Star teams abroad to Australia, China and Russia and his players visited places such as Cooperstown Hall of Fame, Alaska, Florida, Louisiana and California. Jim continued coaching and teaching for 25 years, and after retirement remained active in youth sports for many years. Although he lived with Parkinson's Disease for more than 30 years, he never let it hold him back from what he wanted to accomplish. He achieved in maintaining a positive outlook on life and never lost footing in his passion for baseball and athleticism. Jim loved anything sports related and was a superior athlete on many fronts. In addition to his football career, he achieved a black belt in karate, ran thirteen marathons and was a triathlon competitor. He loved to dance, attend or watch any sporting event and carried an adventurous spirit into every aspect of his life – there wasn't anything Jim wouldn't do or try. Jim also deeply cherished his friendships and seemed to be the ringleader amongst his friends. During the later years of his life, Jim also enjoyed spending time with his three granddaughters. Jim had a gift for organizing manpower and raising funds to support causes he truly believed in. This could be seen, and was highly recognized, in the baseball and sports programs he led as well as in his actions as an advocate for Parkinson's. Jim received many honors and recognitions during his lifetime including the 1986 Washington State Baseball Coach of the Year, inducted into the Washington State Coaches Hall of Fame in 1988, received the SGMA (Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association) Heroes Award in 1995, received the Spokane County Volunteer of the Year Award in 1991 for his contributions to youth sports and was listed in the Spokesman-Review in 1997 as one of the greatest stars to wear crimson and gray for WSU. Jim also initiated the All-Star Feeder games for Spokane and hosted the baseball All-State game for years.
He was preceded in death by his parents William and Eleanor Paton and brother William "Billy" Paton.
He is survived by his daughters Polly Maxwell and Emmy Wise, their husbands Shawn Maxwell and Trent Wise, and his granddaughters Peyton Maxwell, Madelyn Maxwell and Lilian Wise.
He is also survived by his sister Cheryl Liedke and her husband Don Liedke.
A scholarship fund has been established in his honor to carry on his dream to provide opportunities to youth throughout the Spokane Community.
Contributions may be made to the Paton Memorial Baseball Scholarship Fund, c/o Wash.Trust Bank, 27 E. Indiana, Spokane, WA 99207.
A celebration of his life will be held Saturday, January 14th at 1 p.m. in the Shadle Park High School's Auditorium. Dad...you were truly one-of-a-kind… Happy Homeruns.

Margueretta Frances Paton

F, b. 13 November 1912, d. 26 November 1986
     Margueretta Frances Paton was also known as "Marge". She was born on 13 November 1912 at Duluth, St. Louis Co., MN. She was the daughter of Duncan McLennan Paton and Marguerretta Gladys Burrows. Margueretta Frances Paton married Watkins Andrew Broyles M.D., son of Dr. Franklin Hunt Broyles and Leila Watkins, on 4 October 1947 at Bethany, Harrison Co., MO, Prior to her marriage to Watkins Andrew Broyles, Marjorie was married to Percy Valentine Patrick Fralka. Marjorie and Percy had two sons, Gerald David and Daniel Patrick who were later adopted by Watkins.

Margueretta Frances Paton died on 26 November 1986 at Bethany, Harrison Co., MO, at age 74 OBITUARY

Marge Broyles
Margueretta Frances "Marge" Broyles, 74, Forest Lane, Bethany, died Wednesday, Nov. 26, at the Noll Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Broyles was the wife of longtime Bethany physician Dr. W. A. Broyles and was a registered nurse. She was born Nov. 13, 1912, in Duluth, Minn.
Mrs. Broyles was a member of the First Christian Church, Bethany, the Beta Sigma Phi Soroity and the Bethany Country Club.
Besides her husband, she leaves two sons, Jerry Broyles, Omaha, Neb., and Dan Broyles, Manhatten, Kan; her mother, Gladys Paton, Tucson, Ariz; a brother, Glenn Patton, Phoenix, Ariz; and nine grandchild.
Funeral services were Saturday, Nov. 29, at the Roberson-Polley Funeral Home, Bethany, with Rev. Donald Briley officiating. The services were followed by cremation.

William James Paton

M, b. 14 August 1913, d. 28 November 1994
     William James Paton was born on 14 August 1913. He married Eleanor Blanche Haskins on 1 May 1937. William James Paton died on 28 November 1994 at Spokane, Spokane Co., WA, at age 81.

Child of William James Paton and Eleanor Blanche Haskins

Buenavista Patrick1

F, b. 1847, d. February 1889
     Buenavista Patrick was born in 1847 at Daviess Co., MO.1 She was the daughter of John Walter Patrick and Frances A. Coffee.1 Buenavista Patrick lived on 24 August 1870 at Osage Twp., Dent Co., MO, Living in sister Orelia Johnson's household.2 She married Overton Warden, son of Elijah Warden and Catherine Stevens, on 31 March 1872 at Dent Co., MO.3 Buenavista Patrick married James Ward Austin, son of Thomas Austin and Julia Ann Garrison, on 19 October 1884 at Meagher Co., MT. Buenavista Patrick died in February 1889 at Chestnut Valley, Cascade Co., MT.

Child of Buenavista Patrick and Overton Warden

Children of Buenavista Patrick and James Ward Austin

Citations

  1. [S799] 1850 Federal Census, Jasper County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 402.
  2. [S3533] 1870 Federal Census, Dent County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 774; FHL #552273.
  3. [S301] 1880 Federal Census, Dent County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 685; FHL #1254685.
  4. [S3536] 1900 Federal Census, Cascade County, Montana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 909; FHL #1240909.

Charles Patrick

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     Charles Patrick married Sarah Layhey.

Child of Charles Patrick and Sarah Layhey

Clarence Patrick

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     Clarence Patrick married Elsie Naomi Wolfe, daughter of Perry Arthur Wolfe and Bertha Burnette, in September 1920.