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Isaac Dye

Isaac Dye

Male Abt 1755 - 1796  (41 years)

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  • Name Isaac Dye 
    Born Abt 1755  Middlesex, New Jersey Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 20 Jun 1796  Severns Valley, Kentucky Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I6129  Yatesville History & Genealogy
    Last Modified 7 Jan 2009 

    Father Isaac Dye,   b. Abt 1735 
    Mother Susannah De La Maetre,   b. Abt 1723 
    Family ID F3168  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Hannah Compton,   b. Abt 1755,   d. Aft 1796  (Age > 42 years) 
    Married Abt 1763  Middlesex, New Jersey Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Children 
     1. Sarah "Sally" Dye,   b. 22 Mar 1775, Green Co., Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Sep 1845, Richland, Illinois Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 70 years)
    Last Modified 23 Jun 2022 
    Family ID F3147  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • WILL BOOK "A" Page 44, Hardin County, Kentucky


      In the name of God Amen I Isaac Dye of Nolin in the County of Hardin and
      State of Kentucky being of perfect mind and sound in memory for which
      and all other blessings which God has blessed me with for which I desire
      to be thankfull for and considering the mortality of this life and
      shortness thereof and senseble of the seperation of soul and Body the
      former I commit to the mercies of God who gave it through the merrits of
      Christ my Redeemer the latter to-wit: My Body my will is that it be
      decently buried in a Christian like manner at the discretion of my
      Executors and as to my worldly Estate wherewith it has pleased God to
      bless me with. I will and bequeath in manner following (Viz) I give to
      my well-beloved wife Hanah Dye the Plantation whereon I now live and all
      the Household furniture with such part of the stock that shall be
      sufficient for her use to bring up my children in a Christian like
      manner during her widowhood but if the Estate should belikely to be
      wasted through any bad conduct it shall be in the power of my Executors
      hereafter named to take it into their care for the maintaining and
      schooling of my children. The tract of Land that lies in Shelby County
      on Jepthas Creek my will is that it be sold to pay my lawful debts and
      the six hundred acre tract on the west fork of Cany that is now in Law
      if it is obtained I will and bequeath it to my two sons Isaac and James
      to be equally divided betweenthem but if Isaac should not return back
      from the Jersys my son Job shall have two hundred acres of said tract
      and other four hundred to James. The Plantation whereon I now live I
      give to my son Job after my wife's decease and the five hundred acres on
      cave creek I give to my three daughters vis I give to Sarah one hundred
      acres and Elenor two hundred and two hundred to Milly but if theabove
      said tracts that is in dispute should be lost then in that case I give
      the place whereon I now live to my sons Isaac, Job and James and they
      shall pay twenty pounds to my daughter Sarah in trade and twenty to each
      of my other daughters Elenor and Milly, one half thereof cash to each of
      them and one likely young cow to each of the two youngest of my
      daughters as they come of age and for the true executing of this my will
      I do appoint my beloved wife and my son Job and Robert Hodgens my
      Executors in behalf of my children to this my last will and testament
      revoking all other will or wills, legacies or gifts of dower Preceeding
      this date in testamony of which I have hereunto set my handseal this
      thirty-first day of May 1796.


      Isaac Dye (seal)



      Witnesses present:


      Bonom Shaw

      Richard Winchester



      At a Court held for Hardin County on Tuesday the twenty-second day of
      August 1796 the forgoing will was proved in court by the oaths of Bonom
      Shaw and Richard Winchester subscribing witnesses thereto and was
      ordered to be recorded. Teste.


      John Paul CHC


      Have Jefferso Co., Kentucky (copy) Deed -