Person:Isaac Carlock (2)

m. ABT 1749
  1. Lemuel Carlock1750 -
  2. Catherine Carlock1755 -
  3. Abraham Carlock1765 - 1843
  4. Isaac Carlock1767 - 1855
  5. Eunice Carlock1770 - 1856
  6. Moses Carlock1772 - 1835
  7. Jacob Carlock1775 - 1847
  8. Job Carlock1777 - 1855
  9. Mary 'Polly' Carlock1779 -
  • HIsaac Carlock1767 - 1855
  • WSarah Ruckmanabt 1780 - abt 1859
m. abt 1798
  1. Elizabeth Carlock1800 - 1891
  2. Nancy Carlock1801 - 1888
  3. Jane Carlockabt 1802 - abt 1884
  4. Kathryn Carlockabt 1804 -
  5. Mary Carlock1810 - 1898
  6. James Chism Carlock1813 - 1881
  7. Cynthia Carlockabt 1815 -
  8. Lemuel Lewis Carlock1818 - 1901
  9. Asaheal Carlock1821-1825 - 1856
  10. Asenath Carlockabt 1824 - 1889
  11. Isaac Newton Franklin Carlock1827 - 1890
Facts and Events
Name Isaac Carlock
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 1767 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage abt 1798 Augusta, Virginia, United Statesto Sarah Ruckman
Residence[3] 1820 Overton, Tennessee, United States
Residence[4] 1830 McMinn, Tennessee, United States
Emigration[2] abt 1840 Dade, Missouri, United States
Residence[5] 1840 Polk, Missouri, United States
Occupation[1] 29 Aug 1850 Dade, Missouri, United StatesFarmer
Death[2] 1855 Walnut Grove, Dade County, Missouri
Burial[2][6] Vaughn Cemetery, Greenfield, Dade, Missouri, United States

Isaac Carlock was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Dade, Missouri, United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, 29 Aug 1850, Primary quality.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Carlock, Marion Pomeroy. History of the Carlock family and adventures of pioneer Americans: including the Kimbrough, Goodpasture, Hoyl, Fite, Fancher, Lee, Wells, Judy, Tracy, Settles, Gaddis, Rowell, Moore, Cornelison, Harrold, Brown and other connecting families. (Los Angeles, Calif.: M.P. Carlock, 1929), 511-515.
  3. Overton County, Tennessee. 1820 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Pg 254, Line 3, NARA microfilm publication M33, roll 122

    Line 3: Isaac Carlock - Under 10 Male, 2 [James and Lemuel]; Over 45 Male, 1 [Isaac]; Under 10 Female, 2 [Cynthia and Mary]; Age 10-16 Female, 2 [Kathryn and Jane]; Age 16-26 Female, 1 [Nancy]; Over 45 Female, 1 [Sarah]

  4. McMinn, Tennessee, United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Pg 196, Line 13, NARA microfilm publication M19, roll 178

    Line 13: Isaac Carlock - Under 5 Male, 1 [Isaac Newton]; 5-10 Male, 2 [Asaheal and Lemuel]; 15-20 Male, 1 [James]; 50-60 Male, 1 [Isaac]; 5-10 Female, 1 [Asaheal]; 10-15 Female, 1 [Cynthia]; 40-50 Female, 1 [Sarah]

  5. Polk, Missouri, United States. 1840 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Division 2, Pg 186, Line 25, NARA microfilm publication M704, roll 228

    Line 25: Isaac Carlock - 10-15 Male, 1 [Isaac Newton]; 15-20 Male, 1 [Asaheal]; 70-80 Male, 1 [Isaac]; 15-20 Female, 1 [Asenath]; 50-60 Female, 1 [Sarah]

  6. According to History of the Carlock Family, Isaac was originally buried in Mount Zion Cemetery, but Mount Zion Cemetery was relocated to Vaughn Cemetery to make way for Stockton Lake created in 1969.