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Isaac Burr, lll

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Death: Died in Ellisburg, Jefferson, New York, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Isaac Burr, Dr. and Unknown Mother of Isaac Burr
Husband of Irene Burr
Father of Isaac Burr; Simeon Burr; Jerusha Hicks; Elisha Burr; Orris Burr and 4 others
Brother of Daniel Burr

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Isaac Burr [160] of Ellisburgh, N.Y., moved first to Dorset , Vt. and in 1804, to Ellisburgh, Jefferson Co., N.Y,, where he died April 27, 1827; married Irene Orcutt, probably in Windsor, Ct,, and had children; 387. Isaac, Jr. b, 1790,; 388. Cyrus, b, March 19, 1790; 389. Elisha, b. 1794; 390. Jerusha; 391. Harry, {Windsor record says "Horace"}, b, Oct. 29,1803 in Vermont; 392. Orris and 393. Orrin, twins {baptised Feb. 1, 1801, Windsor record}; 394. Simeon; 395. Nabby [Abigail?}, m. William Hawley; Jerusha [390], m. Jesse Hicks and settled at Belleville, N.y., where her children now reside.

[ General History of the Burr Family with Genealogical Record from 1193-1902, Edition 4 pg.310]

Find a Grave profile has Mary Baldwin incorrectly listed as Isaac Burr's mother. She was married to an Isaac Burr in another Burr line. No documentation has been found as to Dr. Isaac Burr's spouse.

Birth: 1760 Hartford Hartford County Connecticut, USA Death: Apr. 27, 1827 Ellisburg Jefferson County New York, USA

Isaac, son of Isaac and Mary (Baldwin) Burr.Husband to Irene Orcutt. Father to Isaac Jr, Cyrus, Elisha, Jerusha, Simeon, Orris, Orrin, Harry, Abigail. Isaac fought in the battle of Bennington during the Revolutionary War.

Addision added at the suggested by Bruce Coyne

ISAAC BURR

Born: 1760 Died: April 27, 1827 ae. 67 years (g.s.) in town of Ellisburg, Jefferson Co., N.Y. Married: IRENE ORCUTT Born: 1764 Died: January 27, 1832 ae. 68 years (g.s.) in town of Ellisburg, Jefferson Co., N.Y.

Service: Isaac Burr fought in the Battle of Bennington, Vt. Also served in other engagements.

War Department, Washington, D.C.

Remarks: Isaac Burr and his wife are buried in the Ellisburg cemetery in the village of Ellisburg, Jefferson Co., N.Y.


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Spouse:
 Irena Orcott Burr (1761 - 1832)

Children:
 Isaac Burr (1790 - 1871)*
 Elisha Burr (1795 - 1879)*

<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< The Battle of Bennington was a battle of the American Revolutionary War, part of the Saratoga campaign, that took place on August 16, 1777, in Walloomsac, New York, about 10 miles (16 km) from its namesake Bennington, Vermont. A rebel force of 2,000 men, primarily composed of New Hampshire and Massachusetts militiamen, led by General John Stark, and reinforced by men led by Colonel Seth Warner and members of the Green Mountain Boys, decisively defeated a detachment of General John Burgoyne's army led by Lieutenant Colonel Friedrich Baum, and supported by additional men under Lieutenant Colonel Heinrich von Breymann.

Baum's detachment was a mixed force of 700 composed of dismounted Brunswick dragoons, Canadians, Loyalists, and Indians. He was sent by Burgoyne to raid Bennington in the disputed New Hampshire Grants area for horses, draft animals, and other supplies. Believing the town to be only lightly defended, Burgoyne and Baum were unaware that Stark and 1,500 militiamen were stationed there. After a rain-caused standoff, Stark's men enveloped Baum's position, taking many prisoners, and killing Baum. Reinforcements for both sides arrived as Stark and his men were mopping up, and the battle restarted, with Warner and Stark driving away Breymann's reinforcements with heavy casualties.

The battle was a decisive victory[2] for the rebel cause, as it reduced Burgoyne's army in size by almost 1,000 men, led his Indian support to largely abandon him, and deprived him of needed supplies such as cavalry and draft horses and food, all factors that contributed to Burgoyne's eventual surrender at Saratoga. The victory also galvanized colonial support for the independence movement, and played a role in bringing France into the war on the rebel side. The battle anniversary is celebrated in the state of Vermont as Bennington Battle

Burr, Isaac, Jr., Rehoboth. Private, Capt. Samuel Bliss's co., Col. Timothy Walker's (22d) regt.; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775; enlisted May 1, 1775; service, 3 mos. 8 days; also, company return dated Oct. 6, 1775; also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Roxbury, Oct. 26, 1775; also, Capt. Sylvanus Martin's co., Col. Thomas Carpenter's regt.; marched from Rehoboth to Bristol, R. I., on the alarm of Dec. 8, 1776; service, 11 days; also, Capt. Martin's co., Col. Williams's regt.; service from Sept. 29, 1777, to Oct. 30, 1777, at Tiverton, R. I.; also, Capt. Israel Hicks's co., Col. Thomas Carpenter's regt.; enlisted Aug. 1, 1780; discharged Aug. 8, 1780; service, 8 days; marched to Tiverton, R. I., on an alarm.

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Isaac Burr, lll's Timeline

1760
1760
Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
1790
January 30, 1790
Age 30
Stafford, Tollard, Ct., USA
1792
June 18, 1792
Age 32
East Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
1794
1794
Age 34
Ellisburg, Jefferson, New York, United States
1797
1797
Age 37
Vermont
1799
1799
Age 39
Vermont, United States
1800
September 8, 1800
Age 40
Dorset, Bennington, VT, USA
1801
February 1, 1801
Age 41
1803
October 20, 1803
Age 43
Dorset, Bennington, Vermont, United States
1806
1806
Age 46
ELLISBURG, JEFFERSON, NY, United States