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'''John Shelton Patton''' (1857-1932) was an editor, public official, librarian and author. Patton served as Superintendent of Charlottesville Schools, secretary to the University of Virginia chairman and librarian of the University of Virginia.
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{{Infobox Officeholder
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| name = John Shelton Patton
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| office1= Alderman<br/>[[Charlottesville City Council]]
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| district1 = Fourth Ward
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| party1 = Nonpartisan
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| election1 = [[18 election]]
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| term_start1 = September 1, 1901
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| term_end1 = August 31, 1904
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| succeeded1 = [[C. W. Allen]]
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| office2= Mayor<br/>[[Charlottesville City Council]]
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| district2 = City-wide
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| party2 = Nonpartisan
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| election2 = [[1894 election]]
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| term_start2 = 1890
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| term_end2 = 1892
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| preceded2 = [[L. T. Hanckel, Jr.]]
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| succeeded2 = [[J. Samuel McCue]]
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| office3= Superintendent<br/>[[Charlottesville City Schools]]
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| district3 = City-wide
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| party3 = Nonpartisan
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| birth_date = January 10, 1857
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| date_of_death = 1932
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| birth_place = Augusta County, Virginia
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| place_of_death = Charlottesville, VA 
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| spouse = Beatrice Faber (1861-1931) m. June 10, 1881
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| children = Kenneth Stuart<br/>Leicestor<br/>Evelyn Virginia (1889–1950)
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| residence = 1018 West Main [[Patton Mansion]]
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| alma_mater = University of Virginia
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| profession = Editor, public official, librarian and author
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'''John Shelton Patton''' (1857-1932) was an editor, public official, librarian and author. Patton served as division superintendent of schools, secretary to the University of Virginia chairman and librarian of the University of Virginia.
  
 
Editor of the Jeffersonian (1893)
 
Editor of the Jeffersonian (1893)
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Member of the City Council (1893)
 
Member of the City Council (1893)
  
[[Patton Mansion]] (1018 West Main).
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[[Patton Mansion]] (1018 West Main) The Patton Mansion was built in [[1907]] and gets its name from John S. Patton, Librarian of UVA who built and lived in the house until 1943. In the 1950s it was remodeled into a branch of the [[Citizens Bank]]. <ref>https://www.charlottesville.org/departments-and-services/departments-h-z/neighborhood-development-services/historic-preservation-and-design-review/historic-resources-committee/transit-station-exhibits/charlottesville-historic-distri</ref>
The Patton Mansion was built in [[1907]] and gets its name from John S. Patton, Librarian of UVA who built and lived in the house until 1943. In the 1950s it was remodeled into a branch of the [[Citizens Bank]]. <ref>https://www.charlottesville.org/departments-and-services/departments-h-z/neighborhood-development-services/historic-preservation-and-design-review/historic-resources-committee/transit-station-exhibits/charlottesville-historic-distri</ref>
 
  
On June 10, 1881, he married Beatrice Faber (1861-1931)
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On June 10, 1881, he married Beatrice Faber (1861-1931). They had three children: Kenneth Stuart, Leicestor and Evelyn Virginia (1889–1950) Mrs. John Callan Brooks
  
 
Burial is at the [[University of Virginia Cemetery and Columbarium]]
 
Burial is at the [[University of Virginia Cemetery and Columbarium]]

Latest revision as of 15:08, 25 March 2020

John Shelton Patton

Electoral District Fourth Ward
Term Start September 1, 1901
Term End August 31, 1904
Succeeded by C. W. Allen

Electoral District City-wide
Term Start 1890
Term End 1892
Preceded by L. T. Hanckel, Jr.
Succeeded by J. Samuel McCue

Electoral District City-wide

Biographical Information

Date of birth January 10, 1857
Date of death 1932
Place of birth Augusta County, Virginia
Place of death Charlottesville, VA
Spouse Beatrice Faber (1861-1931) m. June 10, 1881
Children Kenneth Stuart
Leicestor
Evelyn Virginia (1889–1950)
Residence 1018 West Main Patton Mansion
Alma mater University of Virginia
Profession Editor, public official, librarian and author

John Shelton Patton (1857-1932) was an editor, public official, librarian and author. Patton served as division superintendent of schools, secretary to the University of Virginia chairman and librarian of the University of Virginia.

Editor of the Jeffersonian (1893) Elected chairman of the City Democratic Committee (August 31, 1893) Member of the City Council (1893)

Patton Mansion (1018 West Main) The Patton Mansion was built in 1907 and gets its name from John S. Patton, Librarian of UVA who built and lived in the house until 1943. In the 1950s it was remodeled into a branch of the Citizens Bank. [1]

On June 10, 1881, he married Beatrice Faber (1861-1931). They had three children: Kenneth Stuart, Leicestor and Evelyn Virginia (1889–1950) Mrs. John Callan Brooks

Burial is at the University of Virginia Cemetery and Columbarium

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