The Photo Request has been fulfilled.

Suggest Edits
Pvt Isaac Stephens

Photo added by Silbert Hartis

Pvt Isaac Stephens

  • Birth 25 Dec 1762 Stephens City, Frederick County, Virginia, USA
  • Death 28 Feb 1831 Bowling Green, Warren County, Kentucky, USA
  • Burial Bowling Green, Warren County, Kentucky, USA
  • Memorial ID 55865655

NOTE: Dates on monument are incorrect. They refer to DAR Patriot #A108861. DAR Patriot #A108862 (1762-1831) is buried in this cemetery.

Per genealogists at Daughters of American Revolution in Washington DC, as of May 2015:

-------------------------------------
Isaac Stephens DAR Patriot #A108861, Revolutionary War pension #S*W8767 lived in Wayne Co., KY; location of his grave is UNKNOWN.

His widow Rebecca is in the 1830 & 1840 US Fed Census in Wayne Co., KY He never lived in Warren County.

Parents: Peter Stephens, Anna Maria Chrisman

----------------------------------
Isaac Stephens DAR Patriot #A108862

Parents: Lawrence Stephens & Anna Maria Bowman; spouse Mary Jane Wright; 8 children. Spouse Catherine Cuman Briggs, no children.

Last will and testament of Isaac Stephens Sr
Will Bk D 1827-1844 pp.31-33

"KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS THAT,

I, Isaac Stephens, Sen., of the County of Warren, Kentucky, being weak of body, but of sound and disposing mind and memory do make and ordain this to be my last Will and Testament to-wit:

I give and bequeath unto my sons Thomas L. Stephens and Isaac Stephens the tract of land on which I now live to be equally divided between them according to quantity and quality, the part to be allotted to my son Thomas to include the part he now lives on and the part to my son Isaac to include that part on which I now live. This bequest is to them their heirs and assigns, forever.

SECONDLY. I give to my son Isaac my still and One Hundred Dollars in money.

THIRDLY. All accounts between me and my children to be balanced and cancelled.

FOURTH. I give unto my son, Thomas his heirs and assigns two negroes., --Jarrett and Billy which he now has in his possession.

FIFTH. I give to my son Isaac a negro girl named Nancy to him his heirs and assigns, forever, also I give to him his heirs and assigns one other negro, male or female out of my stock of negroes.

SIXTH. It is my will and desire that all of my children, who have received negroes, shall have and hold the same to them their heirs and assigns, forever.

SEVENTH. It is my will and desire that my wife shall have her dower in that part of the land on which I now live and also her dower in the balance of my estate which being allotted to her.

EIGHTH. It is my will and desire that the balance of my estate be equally divided between all my children, except Thomas and Isaac, for whom I have already in this Will provided as much as I wish them to have.

NINTH. It is my will and direction that a negro man by the name of Elliot in possession of my son Harvey be returned and constitute a portion of my estate at my death.

TENTH. I give my my silver spoons to my wife, to her heirs and assigns forever.


ELEVENTH. I give to Katy Todd, a good bed and furniture to suit it.

I hereby constitute and appoint my sons, Thomas and Isaac, executors of this my last will and testament.

IN WITNESS, of all whih I hereunto set my hand and affix my seal, this 17th day of January, 1831.

Isaac Stephens.

Signed and acknowledged in the presence of

A.W. Graham
James Maxey
B. Burman

Codicil.

UPON reflection, I have not given to my daughter, Betsy O'Neale as I desired. I do hereby give, and bequeath unto her, her heirs and assigns, etc. the sum of Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars, to be taken out of my estate before a division as herein before directed.

WITNESS my hand and seal this 17th day of January, 1831.

Isaac Stephens.

Signed and acknowledged before

A.W. Graham
B. Burman
James Maxey

State of Kentucky
SS ----County Court March Term, 1831.
County of Warren

THIS instrument of writing was produced in Court and proven by the oath of Asher W. Graham, and Bennett Burman, two of the subscribing witnesses thereto, to be the last Will and Testament of Isaac Stephens deceased, and the Codicil thereto annexed was also proved by the oath of said Graham & Burman, and ordered to be recorded, which is accordingly done.

Attest Jno. A. Hobson, Clerk"



  • Created by: MN Researcher
  • Added: 4 Aug 2010
  • Find A Grave Memorial 55865655
  • MN Researcher
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Pvt Isaac Stephens (25 Dec 1762–28 Feb 1831), Find A Grave Memorial no. 55865655, citing Isaac Stephens Family Cemetery, Bowling Green, Warren County, Kentucky, USA ; Maintained by MN Researcher (contributor 46789745) .