Dodge I added your info on wife and children as addtl provided by you. I did not change the spelling, and there is no headstone photo. I left the name as spelled in the cemetery book which of course are not always correct after 35 yrs of research :)
That was the info sent to me by Mrs. Bennett from the Saint Louis Cemetery. She sent me the death date and the plot location along with drawings of the plots. It is possible that it could be another Katharine Patton buried at the Saint Louis cemetery.
I am open for any and the right location on Katharine Caldwell Patton.
Samuel & Elizabeth Beall I added the information you sent to Elizabeth's page. I also found a Samuel Beall buried in Kentucky. You left a flower on his page... so I assumed this was the one you believe to be Elizabeth's husband. The only problem I see is his year of death... could it be 1841 instead of 1831? Elizabeth & Sam were married in 1833, but Marcia was born ~1825 and Sam died in 1831?
I found the marriage record and have it linked on her page. The marriage license was applied for on 01 Oct 1833 and they were married the following day. Her father is mentioned on the application.
So, Marcia's year of birth may have been 1835 and Samuel's year of death would have been 1841 or later.
Mrs. David Franklin Houston Hi, I saw that you are interested in David F Houston. Found him on Find A Grave but no mention of his wife (?). Anyway, I bought a 1913 cookbook called The Economy Administration Cookbook and it includes favorite recipes from political wives from each state, plus small bio's and even photos of the wives! I randomly chose a name to look up on Find A Grave and see if there was a listing...
The entry for Helen Beall Houston is one page but small type. If you would like me to copy the page plus the page with her photo (other ladies on same page) I'm happy to do so if you send me your mailing address. Email me back at email@example.com if you are interested. Best, RL #46949852