NameIsaiah JONES
Birthabt 1756, Augusta County, Virginia1351
FatherEnos JONES Sr. (-1806)
Deathbef 21 Jan 1797, Augusta County, Virginia559, v. 2, p. 327 (Augusta County Marriage Bonds)
Marriage17 Nov 17891367
Birthabt 1766, Augusta County, Virginia1785
FatherGasper SILLIN (~1749-1829)
MotherLydia JONES (<1753->1836)
Marriage21 Jan 1797, Augusta County, Virginia559, v. 2, p. 327 (Augusta County Marriage Bonds)
Notes for Isaiah JONES

Father:559, v. 3, p. 89 (Augusta County Will Book no. X, p. 229) Isaiah identified as "son" in the 28 July 1806 will of Enos Jones, Augusta County, Virginia. Siblings also named in Enos Jones' will were Enos, Peter, Robert, Hannah Swink, Elizabeth Koontz, Prusella Silling, Ann Silling, Jemima, and Lydia.

1789 Marriage:559, v. 2, p. 289 (Augusta County Marriage Bonds) 17 November 1789, Isiah Jones and Jane Russell, daughter of John Russell (consent); witnesses, Robert Jones, Henry Swink; surety, Griffith Evans.

1797 Marriage:559, v. 2, p. 327 (Augusta County Marriage Bonds) 21 January 1797, Isaiah Jones, widower, and Gasper Silling, surety. Isaiah Jones, widower, and Ann Silling, daughter of said Gasper Silling.

1800 Augusta County, Virginia Tax List:2601, District B, p. 16. 10 April 1800, Isaiah Jones, one white male tithable over the age of 16, one slave between the age of 12 and 16, 2 horses, $68 tax. Tax assessor visited father Enos and brother Peter on the same day.

1813 Legal Matter:559, v. 2, p. 166. (Augusta County Circuit Court Records, Section I, 24 Augusta 1813) Bell vs. Anderson--O. S. 210; N. S. 74--Bill, 24th August, 1813. On 17th March, 1778, David Bell made an entry in Augusta for 400 acres adjoining his own and Hall's and Moffett's lands. David died intestate in 1780 as to this land, and William Bell, his heir-at-law, became entitled, who had the survey made and conveyed to orator, James Bell. On 12th June, 1772, William Anderson located 100 acres adjoining. At David Bell's death, William Bell was a minor. Robert Anderson, son of William, sold to Detrick. Answer by Alexander Anderson, son of William; answer by Isaac and Enos Jones. << Bell and Anderson were original settlers near Robert King and Robert Patterson in the Middle River area.

1814 Will Executor:
559, v. 3, p. 244 (Augusta County Will Book, no. 12,, p. 23) 26th May, 1814. Mary Woods' will--To son, John; son, William; daughter, Elizabeth Donovan; daughter, Mary Brown; son, Joseph; granddaughter, Jemima Woods, daughter to son Joseph; grandson, Jacob, son to son Joseph. Executors, Isaac Jones and Wm. Sillings. Teste: Lawrence Swink, John Gamble, John Woods. Proved, 26th June, 1815. Sillings refuses. John qualifies.
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