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Celia F. YeagerAge: 103 years18551959

Celia F. Yeager
Given names
Celia F.
Birth March 2, 1855 42 34
Death of a maternal grandfatherJames L. Lawrence
February 28, 1858 (Age 2 years)
Marriage of a siblingFrancis Marion YeagerAmelia Louisa PattersonView this family
May 22, 1871 (Age 16 years)

MarriageJohn Davis PattersonView this family
March 3, 1874 (Age 19 years)
Birth of a son
Merton Patterson
November 1875 (Age 20 years)
Death of a motherElizabeth Lawrence
1877 (Age 21 years)
Marriage of a parentJoseph (III) YeagerSarah RoeView this family
after 1877 (Age 21 years)

Birth of a half-sisterGrace Yeager
1879 (Age 23 years)

Birth of a daughter
Etta Mabel Patterson
May 22, 1880 (Age 25 years)
Birth of a daughter
Ione N Patterson
about 1886 (Age 30 years)
Birth of a son
Archie L Patterson
about 1890 (Age 34 years)
Birth of a son
Nobel Wayne Patterson
May 1892 (Age 37 years)
Death of a fatherJoseph (III) Yeager
January 18, 1893 (Age 37 years)
Birth of a son
Glen E Patterson
December 1894 (Age 39 years)
Birth of a granddaughter
Helen Ione Condit
December 4, 1901 (Age 46 years)
Death of a sonArchie L Patterson
1903 (Age 47 years)
Death of a husbandJohn Davis Patterson
October 11, 1930 (Age 75 years)
Death of a brotherJoseph Wesley Yeager
November 16, 1941 (Age 86 years)
Death of a daughterEtta Mabel Patterson
September 4, 1942 (Age 87 years)
Death of a brotherFrancis Marion Yeager
July 21, 1946 (Age 91 years)

Death February 26, 1959 (Age 103 years)

Family with parents - View this family
Marriage: November 24, 1835Dearborn Co., IN
7 years
elder brother
5 years
elder brother
8 years
Father’s family with Sarah Roe - View this family
Marriage: after 1877
3 years
Family with John Davis Patterson - View this family
Marriage: March 3, 1874LaSalle City, Illinois
21 months
5 years
7 years
5 years
2 years
3 years

http://hartcottagequilts.com/his7.htm , Tracing the Double Wedding Ring: \"In The Romance of Double Wedding Ring Quilts, Robert Bishop observes that the Double Wedding Ring pattern appears to be the most popular in the history of quilting. And in spite of - or perhaps because of - its ubiquitousness, the Double Wedding Ring is often presumed to be very old. But the earliest published example is a pattern in the October 20, 1928, edition of Capper's Weekly, which credited it to Mrs. J.D. Patterson of Wellington, Kansas. (This was Celia Yeager Patterson, b.1855 in Illinois to parents from Pennsylvania; she emigrated to Kansas between 1874-77.) A week later the pattern appeared in Ruby McKim's Kansas City Star column, and also was featured in the Ladies Art Company catalog of that year (it is absent from earlier editions).\"
Celia or Cecilia? Both are used in various sources.
Media objectYeager-Patterson 1870 Census
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