Person:Isaac Carson (2)

Isaac Carson
b.est. 1777-1779 Augusta County, Virginia
m. est. 1760-1765
  1. Agnes Carsonest 1762-1767 - bef 1788
  2. Abraham Carson1771 - 1839
  3. Jane Carsonabt 1773 -
  4. Mary Carsonabt 1774 -
  5. Isaac Carsonest 1777-1779 -
  6. Rebecca Carsonest 1780-1782 -
Facts and Events
Name Isaac Carson
Gender Male
Birth? est. 1777-1779 Augusta County, Virginia

Isaac Carson, Jr. was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Page 118.--Isaac Carson's (Corson) estate in account with Wm. Young, executor--1787, paid; 1787, received from Mary, Jane, and Agnes Carson, Samuel Anderson (the less), Samuel Anderson (the big), John Vanskiver, Marcus Cupps, Jno. Gaurner, Geo. Hood, Rebeccah Hannah, relict to ye deceased. This balance in my hands ready to be divided amongst the legatees when it can be legally done, as the two youngest children, owing to the will not being renewed after them two were born, they are not mentioned, and this executor wishes equity to them to take place also. (Note: Isaac and his sister Rebecca were the "youngest children" mentioned in this record).
  • Page 67.--7th December, 1787. Agness Corson's (Carson) will--Estate falling to her by her father's will; to brother, Isaac, infant (?); to sister, Rebeckah, infant, under 18; to mother; to friends, Isaac Hannah, executor; to remaining brother and sisters. Teste: Geo. Moffett, Ro. Curry, Jno. Blair. Proved, 17th June, 1788, by Curry and Blair. Executor qualifies. (Note: this appears to be the will of Isaac Sr.'s daughter Agness, names infant brother Isaac and infant sister Rebeckah, likely younger children of Isaac).
  • Vol. 1 - JUNE, 1796 (A to G). - Isaac Carson, infant, by Abraham Carson, next friend, vs. Alexander Curry.
  • Vol. 2 - 1802: Thomas Caldwell, removed to Cumberland; Thomas Fulton, Jr., to Charlestown; James Kennady, to Penna.; Frederick Baker, to Monroe County; Isaac Carson, to Kentucky; James Henton, to Holstein; David Laird, to Kentucky; James Procter, to French Broad; Jno. Sherfig, to Backwoods; Nicholas Watkins, to Northward; John Bready, enlisted; Robert Elliott, dead; Nicholas Isenbarger, to Holstein; Wm. Ralston (son to Samuel), to Kentucky; George Tanner, to Georgia; David Tanner, to Georgia.