Publicity photo for Paramount Records, the only confirmed extant photograph of Patton, 
c. undefined1929
The railroad station in 1936

Patton was born in Hinds County, Mississippi, near the town of Edwards, and lived most of his life in Sunflower County, in the Mississippi Delta.

- Charley Patton

Charlie Patton, blues musician and inductee in the Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame; born near Edwards in 1891

- Edwards, Mississippi
Publicity photo for Paramount Records, the only confirmed extant photograph of Patton, 
c. undefined1929

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Hinds County, Mississippi

County located in the U.S. state of Mississippi.

County located in the U.S. state of Mississippi.

Public School Districts in Hinds County

Edwards

Charley Patton (1891–1934), blues musician

Fiddlin' Joe Martin

Fiddlin' Joe Martin (January 8, 1900, Edwards, Mississippi – November 2, 1975, Walls, Mississippi) was an American blues musician, who played mandolin on Son House's recording sessions inspired by Alan Lomax in 1941.

Martin worked with numerous blues artists including House, Willie Brown, Charley Patton and Howlin' Wolf.