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  1. Chloe Isham: Birth: 1 Oct 1786 in Shelburne, Chittenden Co., Vermont.

  2. Olive Isham: Birth: 29 Nov 1788 in Shelburne, Chittenden Co., Vermont. Death: 4 Jun 1841 in Shelburne, Chittenden Co., Vermont

  3. Mary "Polley" Isham: Birth: 9 Aug 1790 in Shelburne, Chittenden Co., Vermont.

  4. Samuel Kellogg Isham: Birth: 29 Nov 1792 in Shelburne, Chittenden Co., Vermont.

  5. Lucy Isham: Birth: 13 Jun 1794 in Shelburne, Chittenden Co., Vermont.

  6. Laura Isham: Birth: 13 Sep 1797 in Shelburne, Chittenden Co., Vermont.

  7. Abigail Isham: Birth: 30 Nov 1799 in Shelburne, Chittenden Co., Vermont.

  8. Giles Sedgewick Isham: Birth: 10 Jun 1802 in Shelburne, Chittenden Co., Vermont.

  9. Jirah Bacon Isham: Birth: 19 May 1804 in Shelburne, Chittenden Co., Vermont.

  10. Laoisa Isham: Birth: BEF Sep 1806 in Shelburne, Chittenden Co., Vermont.

  11. Louisa Augusta Isham: Birth: 10 Dec 1809 in Shelburne, Chittenden Co., Vermont.

  12. George B. Isham: Birth: 24 Oct 1812 in Shelburne, Chittenden Co., Vermont.


Notes
a. Note:   pr. 27, 1760; died in Shelburne, Vermont Dec. 9, 1837; married Feb. 26, 1786, Lois Kellogg, born in Williamstown, Massachusetts June 26, 1768, died in Shelburne, Vermont Aug. 17, 1839, daughter of Samuel and Chloe (Bacon) Kellogg of Middletown, Connecticut, and Williamstown, Massachusetts. Jirah Isham served in the Revolutionary army, enlisting at the age of sixteen. Jirah Isham was very fond of hunting and fishing. The day of his death he went out with his gun, into the woods near Shelburne pond, a short distance from his home, in search of game. He failed to come home at night; a search was made for him in the morning. His hat and gun were found on the ice, and his body in twelve feet of water. The place was near the shore, but the infirmities of age had prevented his reaching it. From the history of Shelburne Vermont The following is a partial list of the more prominent early settlers, In 1784 and 1785 Daniel BARBER, Daniel COMSTOCK, Aaron ROWLEY, Captain Samuel CLARK, Benjamin HARRINGTON, Israel BURRITT, Joshua REED. Timothy HOLABIRD, Sturgess MOREHOUSE, Remington BITGOOD, and Jirah Isham located here and became residents. In the three following years Dr. Frederick MAECK, Phineas HILL, Keeler TROWBRIDGE, Samuel MILLS, and probably others came, and soon after Bethuel CHITTENDEN, Benjamin SUTTON, Rosel MINER, Nathaniel GAGE, Ebenezer BARSTOW, Robert LYON, James HAWLEY, Frederick SAXTON, Asahel NASH, Hezekiah TRACY, Asa LYON, John TABOR, Robert AVERILL, Joseph Hamilton and several others became residents. 1810 census Shelburn, Chittenden, Vermont; Roll: 64; Page: 213 Males 2 under 10 geo B, jirah bacon 1 16-25 giles 1 over 45 jirah Females 1 under 10 lois (b 1806) 2 10-15 abigail, laura 2 16-25 chloe (age abt 24) , Mary age22 or Lucy age 16 1 26-44 Lois 1820 census Shelburn, Chittenden, Vermont; Roll: M33_127; Page: 50 Males 1 under 10 George B 1 10-15 Jirah 1-16-18Giles 1 16-26 unclear--Samuel is married by now, could be a farm hand? 1 45+ Jirah (father) Females 1 under 10 Louisaa 1 10-15 Lois 1 16-26 Laura 1 45+ Lois (Kellogg) Isham 2 people engaged in agriculture 1830 census Shelburne, Chittenden, Vermont; Roll: 186; Page: 32 Males 1 15-20 george B 1 70-80 Jirah females 1 20-30 Louisa 1 60-70 Lois
Note:   !Jirah Isham (Joshua, Isaac, John), born in the Hadlyme parish of East Haddam, Connecticut A


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