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“Richmond Examiner, Feb 3, 1814: On Tuesday morning last [i.e. February 1, 1814] died at his father’s dwelling in this city, Mr. Patrick H. Roane, the youngest son of Judge Roane. In October last he was seized with a pulmonary complaint… He had but lately completed his twentieth year. His mortal part has been interred in the family burying ground in the county of King and Queen… On the invasion of this commonwealth last winter he flew to arms as a volunteer horseman, and served a tour of duty; and twice or thrice last summer he bore his musket with the Hanover militia… On his leaving Hampden Sydney College, where his academical education was completed… being destined for the bar, he afterwards commenced a course of historical, political and legal reading under the immediate auspices of his father…”