Courtesy of Alyson Graffis, an individual partner
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Jane Patten, who was an 11-year-old girl in 1821, made this needlework sampler.
It lists her parents' marriage date, the names and birthdates of her siblings, her needlework instructor's name, and a memorial to her brother who died at age two. The Patten family lived in or near Topsham.
Acter (or Actor) Patten, Anna Hunter Patten (married Feb 4, 1796), nine children: Peggy, Alexander, Freman, Daniel, Rufus, John, Jane, Penelope, Louisa, Albert Patten, all born between 1796 and 1818.
About This Item
- Title: Patten family register, Topsham, 1821
- Creator: Patten, Jane
- Creation Date: 1821
- Subject Date: 1796 - 1821
- Town: Topsham
- County: Sagadahoc
- State: ME
- Media: Cloth, thread
- Dimensions: 44.5 cm x 52.1 cm
- Object Type: Physical Object
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Standardized Subject Headings
- Children sewing--United States--Maine--Topsham.
- Needlework--United States--Maine--Topsham.
- Patten family--Genealogy
- Sewing--United States--Maine--Topsham.
- Patten, Acter
- Patten, Anna Hunter
- Patten, Peggy
- Patten, Alexander
- Patten, Freman
- Patten, Daniel
- Patten, Rufus
- Patten, John
- Patten, Jane
- Patten, Penelope
- Patten, Louisa
- Patten, Albert
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