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|mother=Jane Buick or Buack (1767-)
 
|mother=Jane Buick or Buack (1767-)
 
|joined_with=Ann Wallace (1797-1868)
 
|joined_with=Ann Wallace (1797-1868)
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|ifmarried-g1=Yes
 
|short_name=James Paterson
 
|short_name=James Paterson
 
|sources=[[IGI]]
 
|sources=[[IGI]]
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|birth_nation-subdiv1=Scotland
 
|birth_nation-subdiv1=Scotland
 
|birth_nation=United Kingdom
 
|birth_nation=United Kingdom
|birth_notes=Birthplace was reported as "Kirkden" at 1851 census.
 
 
|death_year=1884
 
|death_year=1884
 
|death_month=4
 
|death_month=4
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|death_nation-subdiv1=Scotland
 
|death_nation-subdiv1=Scotland
 
|death_nation=United Kingdom
 
|death_nation=United Kingdom
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|ifmarried-g1=Yes
 
|wedding1_year=1817
 
|wedding1_year=1817
 
|wedding1_month=8
 
|wedding1_month=8
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|wedding1_nation-subdiv1=Scotland
 
|wedding1_nation-subdiv1=Scotland
 
|wedding1_nation=United Kingdom
 
|wedding1_nation=United Kingdom
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|ifmarried-g2=No
 
|globals={{get globals}}
 
|globals={{get globals}}
 
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|children-g1=Mary Paterson (1818-1842)+Ann(e) Paterson (1820-)+William Paterson (1822-1897)+Isabella Paterson (1824-1909)+James Paterson (1827-1852)+Elizabeth Paterson (1831-1923)+David Patterson (1837-1922)+John Paterson (1839-aft1850)
 
|children-g1=Mary Paterson (1818-1842)+Ann(e) Paterson (1820-)+William Paterson (1822-1897)+Isabella Paterson (1824-1909)+James Paterson (1827-1852)+Elizabeth Paterson (1831-1923)+David Patterson (1837-1922)+John Paterson (1839-aft1850)
 
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'''William''' married twice and left hundreds of descendants in [[South Canterbury]] and other parts of New Zealand. '''Elizabeth''' married John Cochrane and did the same as William, though her daughter Elizabeth Paterson Cochrane married Lanarkshire-born William Loudon in Canterbury and they started a dynasty in [[Yakima County, Washington]] Territory. '''David''' became a woollen mill manager in Otago, New Zealand, and left many descendants there and elsewhere. The other children who had children of their own seem to have had fewer and mostly stayed in Scotland.
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'''William''' married twice and left hundreds of descendants in South Canterbury and other parts of New Zealand. '''Elizabeth''' married John Cochrane and did the same as William, though her daughter Elizabeth Paterson Cochrane married Lanarkshire-born William Loudon in Canterbury and they started a dynasty in Yakima County, Washington Territory. '''David''' became a woollen mill manager in Otago, New Zealand, and left many descendants there and elsewhere. The other children who had children of their own seem to have had fewer and mostly stayed in Scotland.
 
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