Person:Isaac Mace (1)

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Isaac Mace
m. 1751
  1. John Mace1752 - ABT 1839
  2. Isaac Mace1755 - ABT 1839
  3. Henry MaceABT 1759 - ABT 1807
  4. Ebenezer MaceABT 1761 - ABT 1835
  1. Isaac (II) MaceABT 1781 -
  2. John Henry MaceABT 1784 - ABT 1838
  3. Jeremiah MaceABT 1786 - ABT 1841
  4. Rebecca MaceABT 1789 - bet 1850-1860
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Name Isaac Mace
Gender Male
Birth? 16 Jul 1755 Augusta County, Virginia
Death? ABT 1839 Kanawha County, Virginia

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

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Revolutionary War Pension Information

Information from “Virginia/West Virginia Genealogical Data from Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Records”, Vol. 3, compiled by Patrick G. Wardell, Lt. Col. U.S. Army Ret. :

Mace, Isaac - born 7/16/1755 in Augusta County, Virginia; where entered service 1777 as indian spy; hired as substitute 1781 for army service; granted Pension 1834 in Kanawah [sic, s/b Kanawha] County, Virginia; name dropped from Pension rolls in 1835 when Pension Office proved he did not render enough service. F-S8995, R1610.
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  1.   Isaac Mace
    b. 1755, Augusta Co VA

    Revolutionary War Service
    "...has been acquainted with Peter Coger from his youth."

    Daughter Rebecca, b.c. 1789, m. Philip Starcher in 1805.

    Son Henry, b.c. 1784, m. Mary Davis, then Sarah Cogar in 1820, daughter of John Peter Cogar

    http://www.abstarcher.com/allfamilies.htm