An American Family History

Isaac Davis Dwinnel Family

Aurelius, Cayuga County, New York
Salina, Onondaga County, New York

Isaac Davis Dwinnell probably married before 1816 when he was about 22 years old.

Isaac Davis Dwinnell, Jr. was probably born in 1816 in Manilus, Onondaga County, New York.

Isaac, Sr. was arrested for grand larceny and convicted in Onondaga County, New York on November 27, 1818. He was released on October 24, 1819.

At the time of the 1820 census, the Davis Dwinnell family in Aurelius, Cayuga County, New York.

1820 Dwinnell Household
One man between 27 & 45 - Isaac D. Dwinnell, Sr. was born in 1794 and would have been about 26
One woman between 16 & 26 -Mrs. D. born between 1774 and 1804
Three boys under ten -Isaac, Jr. was born in 1816 and was about 4

On August 23, 1820 Isaac, Sr. enlisted again. He deserted October 10, 1824.

The 1830 census showed Isaac D. Dwinnell in Salina, Onondaga County, New York. 

1830 Dwinnell Household
One man between 30 and 39 Isaac, Sr. age 36
One woman between 40 and 49 - Mrs. Dwinnell ?? born between 1780 and 1790
A boy between fifteen and nineteen -
A boy between ten and fifteen  - Isaac, Jr. would have been about fourteen in 1830
Two girls between five and nine

Isaac Jr. enlisted at Buffalo New York on February 19, 1838. He deserted May 10, 1838 and again on January 24, 1839. 

Various spellings of Dwinnell
Doenell, Donell, Donnall, Donnell, Duenell, Dunnel, Dunnell, Dwaniel, Dwaniell, Dwainel, Dwennel, Dwinel, Dwinell, Dwinnel, Dwinnill, Dwonill, Dwynel





Three daughters of William Towne and Joanna Blessing were wrongly accused of practicing witchcraft in Salem. Rebecca Towne Nurse, Mary Towne Estey, and Sarah Towne Bridges Cloyes were persecuted in 1692. The children of people in the line below are all descendants of Mary Estey.

William Towne,
Mary Towne Estey,
Isaac Estey,
Aaron Estey
Mary Estey Dwinnell
Israel Dwinnell,
Isaac Davis Dwinnell, Sr.,
Isaac Davis Dwinnell, Jr.
Victoria Zellena Dwinnell
Robert Wilson Miller, Sr
Robert Wilson Miller, Jr.



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