Australian Town and Country Journal Sydney, NSW.
18 Dec 1907
PATEMAN-PATERSON.-At "Heather Bloom," Young, on the 4th inst., by the Rev. Lewya Davies, Isabella Mary, second daughter or the late James Paterson, late of "Home Farm," to Charles Irving Pateman, of "Badgery," Cowra.
Young Witness NSW
8 April 1922
THE Friends of the late Charles Irving Pateman are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, which will move from the Presbyterian Church TO-DAY (SATURDAY) at 3 p.m. Short service in Church at 2.30 o'clock.
H. R. BLACKETT,
The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser NSW
30 April 1936
MRS. MARY PATEMAN.
After an illness of about two months the death occurred in Sydney on Friday last of Mary Isabella Pateman (52), well known Young resident, and widow of the late Charles Irving Pateman.
Mrs. Pateman belonged to a pioneer family, being the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Paterson, of McHenry's Creek, which property, under the name of Home Farm, is now owned by a brother, Mr. George Patarson.
Few people at Young knew that Mrs. Pateman was a cousin of Mr. A. ('Banjo') Paterson. The Paterson family first came to Young in 1877.
After her marriage at the Young Presbyterian Church Mrs. Pateman went with her husband to Thuddungra, where Mr. Pateman was engaged in farming.
During 1914-1918 she was a keen war worker at Thuddungra. The family came to live at Young in 1919, and three years later Mr. Pateman died.
[The late Mr. Pateman was a son of a former pioneer of the Bland —the late Thos. Pateman — being a brother of Mrs. Frank Allen, late of Lake Cowal— Ed. 'G.R.']