Isaac Tracy1

ID# 10466, ( - 1846)
FatherHezekiah Tracy2 (5 Apr 1746 - 14 Jul 1827)
MotherEunice Rude2

Key Events:

Marriage: Clarcy Cobb, 23 Feb 1795, Pawlet, Vermont1
Marriage: Lydia Howard, 14 Mar 1803, Shelburne, Vermont3
Death: 18464

Spouse:Clarcy Cobb (26 Aug 1778 - 8 Feb 1801)
     Children:

  • Deborah Tracy1
  • Hira Tracy1

Spouse: Lydia Howard
     No children

ChartsDescendants of Gideon Cobb

Copyright Notice

Narrative:

     Isaac married first Clarcy Cobb, daughter of Ebenezer Cobb and Elizabeth Lathrop, on 23 Feb 1795 in Pawlet, Vermont, with Gideon Adams, Esq., officiating.1 Isaac appeared on the 1800 Federal Census of Shelburne, Chittenden Co., Vermont, with a household consisting of one male under age 10 (son Hira) and one age 26 to 45 (himself), one females under 10 (daughter Deborah), and one age 16 to 25 (wife, Clarcy Cobb.)5
     His wife died on 8 Feb 1801 in Shelburne, Vermont.1
     Isaac married second Lydia Howard on 14 Mar 1803 in Shelburne, Vermont.3
     He appeared on the 1810 Federal Census of Sheldon, Franklin Co., Vermont, with a household consisting of one male under age 10, one age 10 to 16, one age 16 to 26, and one age 26 to 45 (himself), three females under 10, one age 10 to 16, and one age 26 to 45 (his second wife, Lydia Howard.)6
     Isaac appeared on the 1820 Federal Census recorded with a household consisting of one white male under age 10, one age 10 to 16, three age 16 to 26, and one white female age 16 to 26. However, this would seem to be in error, as according to the preceding and following census records he would have been about 50 and his wife at least 40.7
     He appeared on the 1830 Federal Census of Sheldon, Franklin Co., Vermont, with a household consisting of one male age 5 to 10, one age 10 to 15, two age 15 to 20, one age 20 to 30, and one age 60 to 70 (himself), one female age 10 to 15, two age 15 to 20, three age 20 to 30, one age 30 to 40, and one age 40 to 50 (his second wife, Lydia.)8
     Isaac appeared on the 1840 Federal Census of Sheldon, Franklin Co., Vermont, with a household consisting of two males age 15 to 20, one age 20 to 30, one age 30 to 40, one age 70 to 80 (himself), four females age 20 to 30, two age 30 to 40, and one age 60 to 70 (wife Lydia.)9
     Isaac died in 1846.4
     His estate was judged insolvent. The commissioners appointed to settle it advertised on 7 Jan 1847 that creditors were invited to present claims on the last Tuesday of each month from Feb through Jun from 10:00 until 4:00 at Hayden Tracy's dwelling house.10

Citations

  1. [S2533] Rodgers, "Affidavit."
  2. [S2537] Carleton, Genealogical and Family History of Vermont, vol II pg 30.
  3. [S2538] "Vital Records of Shelburne, Vermont," NewEnglandAncestors.org, marriage record for Isaac Tracy and Lydia Howard.
  4. [S2544] "Isaac Tracy's Estate," St. Albans Messenger, 17 Feb 1847, shows him as "late of Sheldon in said District [Georgia], deceased/."
  5. [S2535] Isaac Tracy household, 1800 U.S. Census, Chittenden Co., Vermont.
  6. [S2540] Isaac Tracy household, 1810 U.S. Census, Franklin Co., Vermont.
  7. [S2542] Isaac Tracy household, 1820 U.S. Census, Franklin Co., Vermont.
  8. [S2541] Isaac Tracy household, 1830 U.S. Census, Franklin Co., Vermont.
  9. [S2543] Isaac Tracy household, 1840 U.S. Census, Franklin Co., Vermont.
  10. [S2544] "Isaac Tracy's Estate," St. Albans Messenger, 17 Feb 1847.