Notes for Isaac Calvert: Fanny, b 1856 I think, is her sister. She married Isaac Calvert b 1747/8 and Isaac removed from Chester Co to Washington County between 1790 US Census and 1793 Tax list. He was living in Cumberland Twp in 1793. Later he apparently bought land in Southern Greene County as it was formed from great Washington County. Isaac died in Greene 1830, or possible 1829 (not in US Census of 1830 but we haven't been able to figure out where Frances is either. Frances removed to Boone Co IN with her daughter Sarah Hannah b 1785 who married George Dye. They are all three buried there in Boone Co. This is where we get the birth date for Fanny but no date on the stone for her death.
Agreement between George Dye and Isaac and Frances Calvert dated March 9, 1829
Article and agreement made and concluded on 9th day of May 1829 between Isaac Calvert and Frances his wife on the one part and George Dye of the other part ??? that said Isaac and Frances hereby covenants and agrees to ?? with the said George Dye that he the said George Dye his heirs and ?? shall have hold and enjoy the plantation where the said Isaac and Frances now reside and the said Isaac and Frances his wife for and in consideration of the condition and covenant mentioned to be performed by the said Goerge Dey doth grant, bargain and release, transfer set ours and confirm unto the said George Dey his heirs abide a?? affairs forever all their interest, right title and claim of into or out of the following ?? tract of land ?? in Wayne township in the County of Greene and ?? ?? adjoining lands of David Worley Esq on the north and south east William G? on his ? on the east of Thomas Calvert on the north ? David Blackegg on the ? Containing 200 acres there about be the same more or less A part thu?? and a part held by ? of settlements. And the said Isaac Calvert ?? said described tract of land unto the said George Dey his heirs and a? against the said Isaac his heirs and a? against the said Isaac and his heirs against the lawful claim or claims of all persons ( the demand of the state only c? lawfully claiming the same shall and will warrant and by these presents for ever defend and further the ?? hereby grants, bargains and sells unto the said George Dey all the personal property amounting of livestock, house furniture, kitchen utensils to him the said George Dey his heirs and ?? For and in consideration of the above mentioned tract of land and personal property grant and ?? as above stated. The said George Dey on his part covenants and agrees to and with the said Isaac and Frances to provide for and afford them comfortable and easy in their circumstances during their mutual lifetime and also to afford them a decent burial their decease for the true and full performance whereof the said George Dey binds his heirs , Executors and administrators. Ve?? of them firmly by these ?? In witness whereof the said parties to these presents have interchangeably set their hands and seals the day and year ?? above ?? sealed and delivered in presence John Fordye, Thomas C. Calvert Greene County Pennsylvania. Personally appear before me the subscriber as the Justice of the said for the County and State a fore. Personally appeared and acknowledged the ?? instrument of con? to be their act and deed and desires the same? be recorded as such. witness my hand this 10th day of March 1829. David Worley Esq, ??Thomas Brock Recorded 2nd May 1829. George Dye, Isaac (his mark) Calvert, Frances (her mark) Calvert
Isaac and Frances had three other daughters bn 1788, 1794 and 1796.
From David Bell on the Calvert Rootsweb site http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/CALVERT/2007-03/1174838949 1829 - On February 25, an Article of Agreement is signed between William Calvert and his wife Jane, and George Dye, both of Morgan Co., OH. William and Jane deed over the land in Wayne Twp. to George Dye in stipulatiuon that George and his heirs comply with the same conditions that William Calvert had previously agreed to regarding care and maintenance of Isaac Calvert and Frances..
1829 - On March 9, the above stipulation is incorporated into Articles of Agreement between Isaac and Frances Calvert and George Dye.
1830 - On April 1, George and Sarah Dye give power of attorney to John Fordyce and appoint him to sell the Wayne Twp. land to Thomas Brock.
1832 - George and Sarah Dye deed the Wayne Twp. land over to Thomas Brock
1836: - Attorney files record with court regarding the previous legal transacctions.
Issue of Isaac Calvert and Frances Fanny Bullitt(sic) Note: Thomas, first born is the only one we know that would be the son of Elizabeth Gart(Cart). It is my opinion, that the children through Ezekiel are children of Elizabeth and that the children of Frances begin after this - there is a gap related to recorded children, 1778 to the birth of Sarah Hannah 1785. Frances removes to Boone Co IN with Sarah and her husband George Dye and is buried there at Eagle Twp Cemetery beside her daughter and son in Law.
From Willard Anderson Thank you for the information. Somewhere I have a list of information from the Ohio Genealogical Society with information on Jones. The one item I found interesting were some land purchases and census information which from memory I think was the 1830 census. It showed a John Jones, Jacob Jones and Isaac Calvert next to each other. This was in Noble County, Ohio. I believe also land purchases put them in the same township and range. I know from what little research I have done in Ohio is that the boundaries for Morgan, Noble, and Guernsey counties shifted around some.
Both Walt and Willard think that Elizabeth may be a sister of Sarah Hanna Calvert. Walt has a 1742 birth date for Isaac. Walt Criteser, Mon, Jun 1, 1998, 00:01:00 Elizabeth CALVERT born March 1793 (?) Pennsylvania. She married about May 1812 (?), in Pennsylvania, Jacob JONES b. 1794 in Green co, PA. By 1813 it is believed Elizabeth and Jacob are in Morgan county, Ohio, because their children John, Jacob, Isaac, Abraham, James, Lewis and Sam were born in Morgan county, Ohio. By Dec 1835 Jacob JONES has remarried and has migrated to Boone county, Indiana. A Boone county Indiana history book reports his earlier wife "Elizabeth Calvert, a descendant of an old German family of the Keystone state." What Pennsylvania county was Elizabeth from? In 1852 Jacob JONES migrates to Oregon. Who are Elizabeths parents and siblings?
From Researcher: James R. Calvert Email: email@example.com
Dean, I believe Issac fought with the PA militia in the battle of Brandywine Creek, but am not sure. He might be the son or brother of John Calvert who settled in Upper Bald Eagle Township in what is now Centre County, PA. There is an allusion to him as an Uncle by one of John's great-granddaughters who lived near him for a time in Morgan County. She stated that he and a brother were in the Battle of Brandywine Creek.
Battle of Brandywine Creek occurred Sept 10,11, 1777 near Philadelphia.
From Bob Mcmanus Calverts by the name of Issac and Robert from Pensylvania are found at later dates in Guernsey Co, Ohio. These may be your lines found in Greene Co, Pennsylvania in 1800.
From Jim Ray Robert Calvert died in Greene County some time after 1804. His children--one of whom is my gg-grandfather Hiram Calvert--and his wife were in Greene County Orphan's Court in 1806. Isaac Calvert is Robert's father. The 1800 census of Greene County is the only evidence I have of him, although I believe he came from the Chester County, PA Calverts. He may have moved on to Ohio, as we next find Hiram in Morgan County, OH.
From David Bell This email is regarding Isaac b 1783, would appear to be the brother of Thomas and Ezekiel all 3 found in the Greene co. pa census 1810......Supposed ancestor is isaac b varyingly 1735 1742 or 1749.I am inclined now to agree that 1749 is appropriate but have no proof. Recall the military inlistments of calverts in the 3rd va regiment, circa 1778-81. Thomas is not there. Ezekiel and Isaac are and their ages might be isaac b 1749, ezekiel, his eldest or relative b 1755, brother of thomas b 176(or 84). no proof, just speculation but isaac was rumored to have fought at brandywine. finding various other calverts including zeal and ezekiel gives reason to suspect that they are related(census data) location, etc.
I found this on isaac whom i believe is the isaac in the 1810 census of greene co. pa. recalll previously that I have some respective information on ezek. going to OH and dying bef the 1820 census but finding rhoda debolt in OH with issue. also, isaac appears and disappears from greene co as well. We know that Thomas Clare was b in monangalia VA(later WVA). we know he m elizabeth johnson and the census of 1850 shows TC gone but elizabeth and all offspring b in VA. As well note the early spelling of Colbert. This was not necessarily an error on the part of the census taker but could have been. the census taker took the info and entered it on the data sheet, not the people being polled. further, there was reason in some cases of family divisiveness at the rev. war and 1812 to separate from loyalist calverts. there is also the saga of alias Harrison(Harris) in the background as well.
From David Bell I too am looking at this Isaac Calvert. The RD Furlong Book Furlong-Delany and Kindred Families shows the following:
Cecilius b 1700 ca Isaac b1735 Ezekiel b1755 I am working backwards from my line: ezek. in the 1810 Greene Co. census with Isaac and thomas, Whitely twp. all 3 showing in the 26-46 category. the isaac and ezek. appear to be brothers or related. My Thos. shows in the book as b1769 m Anna Ewing
Father of Thomas C b1803 m Elizabeth Johnson Albert Gallatin b1830. m Mary A. Polly Cain John Ewing m Martha Lemasters Arthur Clay my grandfather
I had seen info somewhere that Isaac married a frances. You have Bullock and I have bullitt (various) spellings going by the name of Fanny. I think Ezek. m Rhoda Debolt but not sure.
It is possible that Isaac was b in MD or VA and perhaps Ezekiel as well.
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Dean With a little luck I will do a cut and paste from an e-mail I received from a Calvert researcher and we can go from there. Hope it is helpful.
Darrell, You will find that John, Job and Jacob's father was John Calvert. He lived in an area (Upper Bald Eagle twp) that was transferred from Northumberland County to Mifflin County and then to Centre County at the time of its creation in 1804. He was listed on the 1790 census as was John Jr. Job and Jacob was just coming into maturity at the time and were still associated with their father's household.
In the 1800 census of Mifflin County a lady Colvert was still listed in the county. She had a younger woman living with her. Some people have translated the first name as Wondlus or similar variations. I suspect from the way the census taker listed other women without husbands that the correct should be Widow Colvert. (By the way, people in Morgan and Monroe Counties in OH. still pronounce the name Calvert as if it were spelled Colvert. My nephew's wife is from that area.)
Several of us hired a researcher to look into the family in Mifflin County a couple of years back. He was unable to pursue the line back beyond Mifflin County. We, unfortunately, ran out of money. A pity, because the gentleman, Justin, Houser, was an excellent researcher.
Some other things that I have learned since from from Mr. Charles Maple. When Jacob Calvert was in Morgan County, there was an Issac Calvert living there. Jacob's children spoke of him as "Uncle". Issac's daughter was married to George Dye of Chester County, PA. Issac claimed that he and his brother, William, fought at Brandywine Creek. There is a record of a William Calvert serving in the PA Militia at Brandywine, but I have not found a record of Issac.
Was Issac a brother to Jacob, John and Job? It is hard to tell. Children often called an older neighbor of whom they were fond by the term "uncle" even as late as the 1930s.
The father John may have been the same John Calvert who was a part--one of the founders--of the Momouth Meeting. This John Calvert moved to PA from Maryland/Virginia and little is know of him. The time of the move, however, makes it possible that he is the same person. Was this John Calvert a born Quaker? Three is a legend that he was not, but was Catholic. It is legend. There is no proof.
Let us know what you find out. We are against a stone wall partly due to the fact that we cannot go through land records and the like ourselves..
Fri Jan 17 06:43:26 1997
Stephen Ford e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org researching: BALL BENNETT BLOOMFIELD BRINTON CALVERT DENNIS HALL HULL KITCHIN LARGE LESTER LUNDY MCPHERSON OVERTON PRICE PYLE SEAMAN SMEDLEY WALTER WASHBURN WILLETS WILLIAMSON WILLSON
Interested in contacts on all of the above Quaker names. CLAVERT Thomas CALVERT b.1715 m. Sarah Williamson in Goshen Mtg, Chester Co PA 1739. It is conjectured that Joshua CALVERT and Deborah HARLAN were his parents. Joshua and Deboarh were m. 1709 at Newark Mtg. The son of Thomas and Sarah CALVERT was Isaac CALVERT born about 1749, probably in Chester Co. He was at Goshen Mtg in 1769 when he married contrary to discipline to Frances ----. Their son Robert CALVERT c1770-1804 married Alice----. I would like to contact other researchers on this family to compare notes. I can offer my research and that which I have gleaned from others. Can anyone help on the family names of Frances and Alice? Does anyone have proof that Thomas was son of Joshua and Deborah? Stephen Ford email@example.com.
mistyWV51@aol.com I am looking for the dates of Isaac Calvert and wife Frances Fanny Bullitt Calvert, buried in the Old Blacksville Cemetery, Blacksville, WV or Blackville PA. Greene County. Help appreciated.
From David Bell in a letter dated 1921, ida calver wrotte thomas miller calvert about findinig the footstone of isaacs farm and the tombstone of TC sr, saying that they later went to valley chapel and found grandparents stones in good condition(Hugh Ewing and Sarah ann Miller. in this same letter, she discusses Faney BULET and saying they found a recut stone at old blacksville cem as a footstone of great gd, FB (Fanny bullitt CALVERT) which we have found in the last 2 weeks. Moreover, using that letter as a guide, we have found a family cem on one of the two family farms in greene co pa.
Letter To Dr T.M. Miller from Ida Calvert who lived at Silverhill Ida Calvert Silverhill, WVA Jun 1 1921 To: Dr T.M. Calvert (Thomas Miller Calvert, Son of Reason Calvert, Grandson of Thomas C. Calvert)
We came home from Greene Co Last night and have nearly all the information you desire.
We found the Grave of our great Grandfather Thomas C Calvert on the hill above Roberts Run on a farm owned by Richard Calvert's son (Thomas)Tommy. The Plot is fenced but the stone was there in three pieces. When we got the stone out of the ground we found the inscription perfect.
We next went to Isaac Calverts old farm now owned by Richard Calvert's son John. He bought it about a year ago(1920) from S.C. Brock. We found what we thought to be the spot covered with brush and briar's but John had his boys cut and rake the briars and at last we found a grave, part of a footstone was there but the head stone was gone. We scoured the whole region but did not find the other stone.
We next went to the old graveyard at Blacksville and easily found the grave of Anne Ewing Calvert(Anna). The others were satisfied with their find but there were so many old stones there that Clark and I insisted on looking at them. We found a stone marked Fanny Bullett Calvert. At the head was a larger stone that had been recut with the name Johann Margaret Calvert on it but it was very old and there had been something else on it earlier. We could make out a few letters an I believe it is Issac's Tombstone.
We went to the Valley Chapel Graveyard and found Grandfather's and Grandmothers Graves in good Condition (Hugh Ewing Calvert and Sarah Ann Miller Calvert--Hugh's stone says HE Calvert and neither is in good condition now--Photos available).
Lisan Conklin says that Thomas C. Calvert and Anne Ewing Calvert were married in Mapletown but she did not know the date.
(signed) Ida Calvert
Certified letter in posession of the Greene Co Genealogical society.
transcribed by David 7/21/2003.
Oregon Emigrants of 1852 Jacob Jones led 52 wagons from Northfield, Boone County Indiana JONES, Abraham (1818- ), m'd Elizabeth (1830- ); s/o of Jacob JONES & (1st) CALVERT, Elizabeth (1793-1829)
Children of Isaac Calvert and Frances Bullitt are: