Name: Isaac NORMAN
Given Name: Isaac
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Birth: 1 FEB 1682 in Abingdon Parish, Gloucester Co, Virginia, USA
Baptism: AFT 1 FEB 1682 Gloucester Co, Virginia, USA
ADDR: Abingdon Episcopal Church
Death: 7 APR 1748 in Culpeper Co, Virginia
Burial: Culpeper Co, Virginia
ADDR: Fairview Cemetery;|
Father: Joseph NORMAN b: ABT 1645 in Abingdon Parish, Gloucester Co, Virginia, USA
Mother: Matilda TOWLSON b: ABT 1663
Frances C COURTNEY b: 17 JAN 1688 in Spotsylvania Co, Virginia, USA
in Spotsylvania Co, Virginia
- Kesiah NORMAN b: in Culpeper Co, Virginia
- Frances E NORMAN b: 17 JAN 723 in Spotsylvania Co, Virginia
- Courtney C NORMAN b: 1705 in Culpeper Co, Virginia
- Joseph T NORMAN b: 1708 in Culpeper Co, Virginia
- Isaac NORMAN b: 1714 in Virginia Colony (now Virginia, USA)
- Kerenhappuch NORMAN b: 1716 in Culpeper Co, Virginia
- Jemima NORMAN b: 1719
- Isabel NORMAN b: ABT 1730 in Spotsylvania Co, Virginia
- Roseanna NORMAN b: 1735 in Culpeper Co, Virginia
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Name: Isaac Norman
Given Name: Isaac
Birth: 01 FEB 1682 in Abingdon Parish, Gloucester County, Virginia 1
Baptism: 01 FEB 1682 Abingdon Episcopal Church, Gloucester County, Virginia 2
Death: 07 APR 1748
Age: 66y 2m 6d in Culpeper, Virginia 1
Burial: Burial Fairview Cemetery, Culpeper County, Virginia 2 1
Note: 1715 - Westmoreland Co., VA., Isaac Norman was paid 100 pounds for "1 wolf kild with a gunn." [Westmoreland Co., VA.
Deeds & Wills No. 5, 1712-1716, (Dorman), 1964, p. 102].
1724 - Spotsylvania Co., VA., Isaac Norman mentioned in will of Roberts, property described as being on "Flatt Run" joining Isaac Norman [Will Book A. Spotsylvania Co., VA., Crozier.
1725 - King George Co., VA., Isaac Norman brought court action John Dinwiddie, Gent. [Order Book Extracts of King George Co., VA., Court Orders 1723-1725 (Sparacio), 1992 P.
1726 - Spotsylvania, Isaac Norman, 420 acres, fork of the [Patent 12, p. 484, 30 June 1726].
1728 - Spotsylvania Co., VA., Isaac Norman land patent, 238 acres Patents No. 13, P. 302, 28 Sept. 1728].
1728 - Isaac Norman "of St. George's Parish, Spotsylvania, " and Turner "of King George Co.," VA., patented 634 acres in Spotsylvania Co. in the great forke of the Rappahannock adj. Thomas Stonehouse & Thomas Farmer; 28 September. P. 301 [Cavaliers & Pioneers, Patent Book 13, p. 301, (Nugent), III, 1695 - 1732, VA. State Library, Richmond, VA, 1979, p. 346].
1728 - King George County, Isaac Norman brought suit against Mary [Virginia Co. Court Order Book Abstracts of King George Co., VA., 1725-1728 (Sparacio), P. 99].
April 7, 1730 - Spotsylvania Co., VA., St. Geo. Par. Spts. Co., Isaac Norman to John Read of same; for 3,000 lbs. Tob., 100 acres, Great Fork of Rappa. River-part of patent granted sd Norman, 30 June 1726. [VA. County Records, Spotsylvania Co., 1729 - 1734, Crozier, P. 112.]
1731 - Spotsylvania Co., VA., Isaac Norman and James Turner "of St. George Parish, County VA., to Robert King, for 3200 lbs. tobacco and 11 shillings currency, 634 acres in St. George February 1731 [Virginia County Records, Vol. I, Spotsylvania County, - 1800, W.A. Crozier, Gen. Pub. Co., Baltimore, MD, 1978, Deed Book 1729 - 1734, P. 115].
1732 - Spotsylvania Co., VA., Isaac Norman appointed constable of precinct [Spotsylvania Court Orders 1730 - 1732, (Sparacio), 1990, P. 94].
Jan. 30,1733, Isaac Norman, Planter, deeded to "James Turner, my son-in-law, planter, and Kerenhappuch Turner, my daughter of ye said county" etc., deed of gift and 50 pounds--100 acres part of patent whereon said Norman now lives, etc. The witnesses to this deed were Hugh Smith, Joseph Stapp, Joseph Henderson.
This excerpt taken from a book in Raleigh, N.C. on the Norman Family, p.113
Source: Janice Morland.
1733 - Isaac Norman of Spts. Co., planter, to Nathaniel Hillin of Co., planter; 100 a. in St. Geo. Par. Spts. Co. Augt. Smith, Joseph Stapp, Joseph Henderson. Rec'd. 7 May 1734. [VA. County Records, Spotsylvania Co. 1734 - 1742, Crozier, 1905, Deed Book C, P. 132.]
1733 - Spotsylvania Co., Isaac Norman discharged from Constable, Turner is appointed in his place [Virginia County Court Records, Order Book Abstracts, Spotsylvania County, VA 1732 - (Sparacio) 1991, P. 91.]
1734 - Spotsylvania County, Isaac Norman to "James Turner, planter, and Kerenhappuch Turner, my daughter of ye said county," 100 acres in Spotsylvania County, [Virginia County Records, Vol. I, Deed Book "C," Spotsylvania County 1721 - 1800,
(Crozier), Gen. Pub. Co. Inc., Baltimore, MD 1971, P. 182].
1736 - Orange Co., VA., ordered that James Turner, Nathanel Hillen, Isaac Norman and John Roberts, appraise the estate of Jacob Wall [Orange Co VA Order Book One, Barbara Vines Little, P. 91].
1747 - Orange County, Isaac Norman & Joseph Norman by Norman's Ford Germanna Road, survey of Capt. Robert Green 262 acres [Abstracts of Virginia's Northern Neck Warrants & 1730 - 1754, Vol. I, Sec. I., Orange County, Peggy Shomo Joyner, 6].
1748 - Orange Co., VA.- Isaac Norman's will probated. To dear and loving wife, Frances Norman and one equal half part of personal estate to son-in-law, James Turner [Deed Abstracts of Orange Co., VA., Orange County Deed Book 11, Part I, (Sparacio) 1985, P. 94].
Some info on Isaac and his children and their descendants was taken from the Norman Genealogy website.
I have seen 2 dates for Isaac's baptism Feb. 1, 1682 and Oct. 5, 1682. I don't know which is correct, so to simplify it I will go with the February one until I can find other proof. (DB)
I am not positive of Kesiah, Jemima or Isaac Jr. birth dates. Needs more research. (DB)
Isaac was granted 5 miles of land on the Potomac River "for services to the English Government". 1730 Isaac was in St. George Parish, Spotsylvania Co., VA.
Isaac was the Great great grandfather of Charles Slaughter Morehead - Governor of Kentucky 1855 - 1859.
Based on DNA testing, Isaac is related to Eli & Clement Norman, also Hiram Kindred Norman & Andrew Jackson Blancett. Per Liz Nash, Lincoln Co., GA., Norman Family.
Letter found April 2006 @ Coshocton, Coshocton Co., OH. Public Library.
Letter is dated Oct. 27, 1907, from Frank R. & Mary E. Norman of 763 Estes Ave, Rogers Park, Chicago, IL. to Mr. & Mrs, John R. Stainer, Fresno, OH.:
Two hundred and seventy two years ago, to be exact, 27 Jul 1635, two English boys, John Norman, aged 20 Years, and Thomas Mason aged 19 years, sailed from England in a small ship named "Primrose" to make their home in the then wilderness of Virginia. These two boys may have been related for all I know. They no doubt became well acquainted with each other at least, for their voyage across the Atlantic must have lasted more than two months.
I am unable to tell you much about Thomas Mason, for he was not so near to me, and I have studied his descendants less, but I can tell you a a great deal about John Norman. I will just say here, however, that these two brave English boys who forsook their homes and friends in England, braved a perilous ocean voyage and made their home among savage Indians in America, must be given credit for making possible the happy event at your home next Wednesday. John Norman located in St. Mary's County, Md. (then a part of Virginia) near the mouth of the Potomac River. Here he lived, married, reared a family, fought Indians, raised corn, tobacco, hogs and cattle, and had about 12 lawsuits with his neighbors, nearly all of which he won, until the year 1654, when he moved about 100 mi. north to Ann Arundel County, Md., near the Severn River, and here in 1656 our dear first American ancestor died, aged 41 years.
Now this John Norman had among other children, a son, John Norman who remained in St. Mary's County Maryland. This second John Norman had children, among them one Isaac Norman, and Isaac Norman had children, among them one Courtney Norman, who was born about the year 1710, and Courtney Norman met a young Maryland lassie, named Mary Browning. Courtney loved Mary and Mary loved Courtney and he made her his wife. They moved across the Potomac River to Culpeper County, Va., near where is now located a small village named "Norman". Here they lived and died. Courtney Norman died about 1 Aug 1770. Courtney and Mary had the following children: a daughter named Amey, sons named John, Courtney, Reuben, Benjamin, William and Ezekiel.
Now John Norman, son of Courtney, married and had children, among them one Benjamin Norman and this dear old Benjamin Norman, is buried on the farm he used to own. His grave is on a knoll about a quarter of a mile north of Reed's Rock on the canal below Orange, Coshocton County, Ohio. A tombstone marks the grave of himself and his second wife. He was born about 1760 in Culpeper County, Va.. He moved from there to Hampshire County, Va., where some of his children were born. He had about 15 children all told. No "race suicide" for him. His children by his first marriage were: Daniel, Jabez, Abraham, George, Isaac, Jacob, and three daughters, names unknown to me. His children by a second marriage were: William, Thomas, Andrew, Johnson and Rosa. Benjamin Norman moved from Hampshire County, Virginia to Harrison County, Ohio, and from there to Coshocton County, Ohio, about the year 1805. I am sure he was in Coshocton County on 2 Aug 1809, for his oldest son, Daniel Noman, (my grandfather) was married in the Keene Twp. on that date.
Now, Isaac Norman, the fifth son of Benjamin Norman, met a girl named Isabel Wise, and Isaac was much pleased with Isabel and Isabel loved Isaac and he took her into his tent and loved her and she became his wife, and they had sons and daughters, John, Christian, Daniel, Sarah, Henry and Harriett.
And John Norman, son of Isaac had sons and daughters: Hannah, Isaac, James Lester, Melissa and Hester. Hannah Norman married John R. Steiner, and they had children: Avery Charles, and Hester Nevada, and this is how John Norman, born in England in 1615 has made possible the happy event of next Wednesday.
Thomas Mason located somewhere in Virginia and had many descendants who were very prominent citizens of Virginia. Mason County, Va. was probably so named in their honor. They were soldiers and statesmen of note. For about three generations immediately after the English boy, Thomas Mason, I am uninformed. But among the fourth generation was one Robert Mason married Eliza______, and Robert and ELiza Mason had a daughter, Eliza Mason, and she married Adam Gardner, and Adam and ELiza Gardner had a daughter, Eveline Gardner, and Eveline Gardner married William Dook, and they had a daughter Nancy Jane, and she married David Ewing, and they had sons and daughters, among them William and Althea, and William married Rose Guittard and they had Ethel Ewing, and Althea married Elisha Swigert and they had Frank Swigert, and this is how Thomas Mason, born in England in 1616, will meet his boyhood companion, John Norman, at Fresno, Ohio next Wednesday.
Sincerely, your cousins
Frank R. and Mary E. Norman
763 Estes Ave.