Eason Family Crest EASON FAMILY GROUP SHEET
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Husband's Name:_____________Isaac Eason________________________________________________________
       When Born: ____________c. 1731_______________Where: ______________________ __________________
       When Died: ____________29 July 1786___________Where: _________Pitt County, North Carolina__________
       When Buried: ____________ ___________________Where: __________________ ______________________
       When Married: ____________ __________________Where: _________________ _______________________
    Other Wives: _____________ ___________________________________________________________________
       His Father: ______________ ___________________His Mother's Maiden Name: ___________ _____________

Wife's Name:_____________Mary_________________________________________________________________
       When Born: ____________ _____________________Where: ______________________ __________________
       When Died: ____________ _____________________Where: _________ _______________________________
       When Buried: ____________ ____________________Where: __________________ ______________________
       When Married: ____________ ___________________Where: _________________ _______________________
    Other Husbands: _____________ _________________________________________________________________
       Her Father: ______________ ___________________Her Mother's Maiden Name: ___________ ____________
 Children
In order of birth
When Born
Day/Month/Year
Where Born                   State or
Town or Twp    County     Country
Spouse
1 Isaac Jr. 1753           PittNCMartha Skinner
2 Obediah 1755 ""Penelope Raspberry
3 Abner 1757 ""Martha Tart
4 Stephen 12 Jan 1758/9 ""Rebecca Dupree
5 John 30 Mar 1762 ""Millicent Thomas
6 Shadrack 1764 ""Frances
7 Coburn 1766 ""Elizabeth
8 Elizabeth 1779 ""Jonathan Thomas
Isaac Sr. married Mary _______ around 1752 at age 21. By the time he had reached 30, he owned 330 acres of land which
he had acquired from the Earl of Granville in Edgecombe Co., North Carolina on 15 October, 1761. By this date, He and Mary had a family of at least four sons. Within the next eight years his land holdings had been increased by 500 acres according to a deed from Jacob Dunn recorded in Deed Book D, page 96, dated 28 February 1769. The family had also increased by three additional sons. In October 1783 Isaac Sr. received two land grants from the state of North Carolina recorded in Deed Book E, pages 213 and 214 for 300 and 326 acres respectively. This brought the land holdings of Isaac Sr. to 1,788 acres. His will was probated in Pitt County, NC., July 1787 and Stephen and Coburn Eason were the Executors.

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