(Colonel) Isaac Man

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Colonel (Colonel) Isaac Edward Man, Sr.

Birthplace: New York, NY, USA
Death: Died in Cox Township, New Carlisle, Quebec, Canada
Place of Burial: Cox Township, New Carlisle, Quebec, Canada
Immediate Family:

Son of John Man, Sr. and Lysbeth Man (Van Deursen)
Husband of Annatje Man
Father of John Isaac Mann; Lieutenant Isaac Man, Jr.; Ensign Thomas Man; William Man and Edward Isaac Man
Brother of Jan (John) Man; Jacobus Man; Catharina Man; Elizabeth Man; Henry Man and 4 others

Occupation: United Empire Loyalist 1778 to new Carlisle Quebec from Stillwater Albany NY Pre Rev War
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About (Colonel) Isaac Man

He was probably born in England and lived several years in New York during the American Revolution. To remain and English subject, he moved to Canada with 3 sons, Isaac, John and Thomas. His youngest son Edward I, stayed in New York to keep properties that his business allowed him to acquire.

He was christened in the New York Dutch Refomed Church. Sponsors were Johannes Van Deurs and Sara Van Gelder. He is buried in the Anglican Church Cemetery with "Colonel" on his gravestone.

He was a Judge pre 1776 in Albany Province, NY. Claims he made for losses suffered for adherence to the Crown show he was also in the lumber business. He served in the military in Albany Province, NY. He was a Colonel in the British Militia and a United Empire Loyalist who was granted land at Cross-Point after the American Revolution. Evidence of the claim of Isaac Man, late of Stillwater, Washington Co., NY Province says that in 1783 he resided at Sorel and had not then had an opportunity of sending his claim to England. He is a native of NY in 1775, he lived at Stillwater where he was a Colonel of Militia in Albany Co., under the British Government, and one of the judges of the interior court. He was required to join the rebels and in consequence of his refusal he was carried before a committee lodge and confined in several jails for 16 months. In 1778 he came into Canada where he remained (Carlisle Bay) He was a Colonel in Burgoyne's Army.

He and his sons stayed in New Carlisle with the othere Loyalists that the Canadian government was committed to helping. Some land concessions were given to them near the Baie-des-Chaleurs, but the little money at their disposal prevented them from making money. Nicolas Cox, Governor of Gaspe, and General Haldimand, Governor of Canada, helped the Mans in many ways, but misfortune came to their business.

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(Colonel) Isaac Man's Timeline

New York, NY, USA
October 16, 1723
Age 4
New York, New York, New York, United States
Age 34
Age 36
Stillwater, Washington, New York, United States
Age 41
Age 45
Stillwater, Washington, New York, United States
Age 52
December 25, 1803
Age 84
Cox Township, New Carlisle, Quebec, Canada
December 28, 1803
Age 84
Cox Township, New Carlisle, Quebec, Canada