Francis Patten Gracey1,2,3

ID# 487, (1834 - 1895)
  • Born: 30 Jun 1834 in Eddyville, Caldwell Co., Kentucky.7,5,8,2
  • Married: Irene Cobb 10 Nov 1857 in Clarksville, Montgomery Co., Tennessee.1,8,9
  • Died: 27 Apr 1895 in Clarksville, Montgomery Co., Tennessee.4,3
  • Buried: in Greenwood Cemetery, Clarksville, Montgomery Co., Tennessee.3
Francis also appears in our Family History Section where there is much more information about him.

Child with Irene Cobb:


  1. 350 Padget Lane, Clarksville, Tennessee Montgomery County Archives Marriage Register.
  2. Kentucky. Caldwell Co.. 1850 U.S. Census, population schedule. Micropublication M432-194. Washington: National Archives.
  3. Clarksville, Tennessee. Greenwood Cemetery. Frank Patten Gracey grave marker.
  4. Bayless Hardin. "Captain James Patton of Augusta County, Virginia, and Louisville, Kentucky, Ancestors and Descendants." Register of Kentucky State Historical Society. Vol. 42 (July 1944).
  5. John Troutwood Moore and Austin P. Foster, Tennessee the Volunteer State - 1769-1923. 4 volumes. Chicago, Nashville: S. J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1923.
  6. W. P. Titus, Picturesque Clarksville, Past and Present - A History of the City of Hills. Clarksville, Tennessee:, 1887: reprint by Ann E. Alley and Ursula S. Beach, 1973.
  7. E. B. Ross, T. D. Luckett, C. W. Tyler, T. W. Lewis and Julian F. Gracey, The Capture of the Mazeppa; Authentic History of How Captain Frank P. Gracey Achieved It. Committee report. Clarksville, Tennessee: Forbes Bivouac, U. C. V., 1903.
  8. Patty Davis. Folk Finders: Tombstone Transcriptions and Old News. Online <…>.
  9. Eleanor Williams, Cabins to Castles: Clarksville, Tennessee. Jackson, Tennessee: The Guild Bindery Press, 1992.
  10. Julian F. Gracey, Certificate of Death, State Board of Health State of Tennessee.