Excerpt from History of Saco and Biddeford, pg 231

Robert Patterson first came over alone, and remained a short time; in 1729, he removed his family, and settled on Rendezvous point, where he purchased a farm out of the Gibbins estate. He had two sons and two daughters. Mr Patterson was a prominent and worthy townsman; he died 1769, at the great age of ninety seven years. His oldest son, John died 1779, aged seventy; Robert 1797, aged eighty four. One of the daughters was unfortunately drowned while young; the other was married to John McLellan, and dies 1802, aged ninety two. Mr. McLellan accompanied the Patterson family to this town. He owned the place now occupied by Capt. Marshall, and died 1785, aged seventy three. Robert Patter-

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