An American Family History

Henry Isbell


Henry Isbell was born about 1724 in Virginia.

His children may have included:

James Isbell
Mary Isbell (married Isaiah Moody)
Godfrey Isbell (1750, married Hannah Clark),
Pendleton Isbell (1757, married Sarah Henderson),
Martha Isbell (married James Gilliam)
Henry Isbell (1759),
Daniel Isbell
Clarissa Isbell, and
Christopher Isbell.

In 1771 in Albermarle County, Virginia, Godfrey Isbell, Thomas Isbell, and Pendleton Isbell posted a bond to insure Godfrey's appearance in court to answer to the charge "that he did beat and ill treat David Gordon."

1778 Washington County tax list included Godfrey Isbell.

In 1780, Godfrey and Pendleton were at Kings Mountain. Godfrey served under Sevier

In 1782, Godfrey was in Captain Womack's militia.



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