Patteson

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Patteson Shoal
... Patteson Shoal is an outer reef in the Reef Islands, in the Solomon Islands province of Temotu ... The shoal is named for John Coleridge Patteson ...
Clover Hill Tavern - History
... It was built by Alexander Patteson and his brother Lilburne Patteson as a stagecoach stop for the line between Cumberland County and Lynchburg ... The Patteson brothers formed a partnership in 1809 to develop a stagecoach line between Richmond, Virginia, and Lynchburg ... Patteson also built a three-story tavern guest house to go with the tavern ...
West Virginia Route 705 - Route Description - Patteson Drive (mileposts 0.0 To 0.7)
... WV 705 begins as Patteson Drive in front of the WVU Coliseum entrance ... Patteson Drive is named after former West Virginia governor Okey L ... Patteson ...
Patteson-Schutte House
... The Patteson-Schutte House is a historic house located on the south side of the James River in Richmond, Virginia ... It was built sometime between 1725 and 1750 by James Patteson, the overseer of a south side plantation owned by William Byrd III, son of William Byrd II, the ... At the time of the Patteson-Schutte House construction, William Byrd III was living at Westover Plantation in Charles City County ...
Northholm Grammar School - Houses - Patteson
... Patteson House was named after the Bishop John Coleridge Patteson the first Bishop of Melanesia and a missionary ...