|Birth: ||Apr. 4, 1802|
Son of Joseph & Sarah Ann (Stapleton)Whiteley. Married Priscilla Seehorn, March 24, 1867 Newton County, Arkansas, they later divorced. Isaac was a Tanner and a United Baptist Church Missionary.
Rev. Isaac Whiteley's name is associated with the earliest United/Free Will Baptist ministers in Arkansas. Goodspeed credits with early Arkansas church in 1837, and Isaac's bro, Samuel Whitely, also a minister, and Charles B. Whitely, were in NW AR by 1832, per family history. Isaac was in the Madison Co. 1840 census, and a land record is found for him there, in Aug. 1844.
Rev. Whiteley had 3 known wives and 10 children.
Susannah Johnston (1803-1842) married Ike in 1823 and bore him 9 children: Cynthia, Mary Elizabeth, Samuel, Joseph, Louisa, William, Nancy Adeline, Sarah Ann and Lewis W. Whiteley.
Elizabeth McCamish (1811-1867) married Ike in 1850 and bore him 1 child: James Knox Polk Whiteley.
He married Priscilla Seahorn (1805-1903) in 1867 and they divorced in 1883. They had no children.
Brother of Thomas (Stapelton) Whiteley, Joseph (Stapelton) Whiteley, John (Stapelton) Whiteley, Joshua (Stapelton) Whiteley, William (Stapelton) Whiteley, Andrew (Stapelton) Whiteley, Nancy Adeline (Stapelton) Whiteley, Mary (Stapelton) Whiteley, James (Stapelton Whiteley, Samuel (Stapelton) Whiteley, Charles Booth (Stapelton) Whiteley and Sarah (Stapelton) Whiteley.
Joseph Whiteley (1754 - 1818)
Sarah Stapleton Whiteley (1760 - 1836)
Priscilla Seahorn Whiteley (1805 - 1903)
Mary Elizabeth Whiteley McGill (1826 - 1916)*
Andrew Whiteley (1789 - 1864)*
Nancy Adeline Whiteley Johnson (1790 - 1855)*
Charles Booth Whiteley (1800 - 1875)*
Isaac Jasper Whiteley (1802 - 1889)
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Originally Created by: Jerry Sollinger
Record added: Nov 07, 2005
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