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Isaac Arledge

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Fairfield Co, SC; in 1830 FF census; in 1853 FF court case
Death: Died in Did he go to Louisiana w/ brother William?
Immediate Family:

Son of Isaac Arledge and Lydia Arledge
Brother of Lydia Arledge; Charlotte Arledge; John Arledge; William A. Arledge; Austin D. Arledge and 2 others

Managed by: Pam Wilson
Last Updated:
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Immediate Family

About Isaac Arledge

Notes from Pam Wilson's Arledge Family History Project:

Fairfield SC court case: LYDIA ARLEDGE, Charlotte Broom by Isiah Hinnant, Lucas A. Broom, William Arledge, Isaac Arledge, Eliza Hughes, J.H. Hughes, John Arledge, Austin D. Arledge, Willis Arledge, N.C. Bailes VS James Arledge, William Arledge, Mary Arledge, James Broom and Susan Arledge. Winnsboro Bill 3, 1828

There are 3 Isaac Aldridges in the 1820 Fairfield Co SC census:

145 ALDREDGE, Isaac (100100-00100) This is the youngest of the three Isaacs, with the HOH and his wife aged 18-26 (b. 1794-1802), and one son under age 10. Could he be this one?

155 ALDRIDGE, Isaac (100010-30010) This is the second oldest, with the HOH male as 26-45 (b. 1777-1794), as is his wife; then 3 daughters and one son all under age 10. Probably the Isaac who married Anna Bell (son of Clement)

149 ALDRIDGE, Isaac (220001-12010) This is the oldest, with the HOH male as over 45 (b. bef 1775), wife 26-45 (b. 1775-1794), 2 sons under 10 and 2 sons 10-16; 1 daughter under 10 and 2 daughters 10-16. This is probably ISaac Jr, who died in 1847 and married Lydia

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Is this the same Isaac?

Fairfield Co SC [some type of court case]: ARLEDGE, ISAAC and Wm. R. Robertson Adv. J.B. Ulm, H. W. Hollister, Geo. Murphey, Jr. and Jon. Michel. Winnsboro Bill 22, 1856.

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FAIRFIELD Co, SC LAND SALE RECORDS (recorded by Pam Wilson from Deed Book Index, Winnsboro, SC)

Which of these might be for *this* Isaac Arledge, and not a grandfather, uncle or cousin named Isaac??

1791 Isaac ARLEDGE from Elizabeth FELLOWS, Bill of Sale, Bk A, p. 113

1795 Isaac ARLEDGE from Henry SANDERS, Convey, Bk I, p. 354

1796 Isaac ARLEDGE from William LEWIS, Convey, Bk K, p. 305

1804 Isaac and William ARLEDGE from Mabry and Rachel HILL, Relinq. Legacy, Bk O, p. 369

1804 Isaac ARLEDGE to John KING, Sr. Release, Bk. P, p.15

1805 Isaac ARLEDGE from Thomas SANTE, Release, Bk P, p. 101

1816 Isaac ARLEDGE from Amos ARLEDGE, Release, Bk X, p. 286

1816 Isaac and Lydia ARLEDGE from William ARLEDGE Sr., Deed of Gift, Bk X, p. 298

1816 Isaac ARLEDGE from Austin PEAY, Release, Bk X, p. 317

1816 Isaac ARLEDGE to Reuben HARRISON, Release, Bk Y, p. 28

1817 Isaac ARLEDGE from Paul S.H. LEE, Release (2), Bk Y, Pp. 498, 500

1819 Isaac ARLEDGE to Reuben HARRISON, Release, Bk AA, p.83

1819 Lydia and Isaac ARLEDGE from William ARLEDGE, Sr., Deed of Gift, Bk AA, p. 407

1825 Isaac ARLEDGE to Abner ROSS and other trustees, Deed Gift, BkGG p. 27

1826 Isaac ARLEDGE from William CLOUD, Power of Atty, Bk GG, p. 50

1829 Isaac ARLEDGE from William MOORE, Shf. Title, Bk II, p. 228

1831 Isaac ARLEDGE from James E. GRAHAM, Release, Bk KK, p. 145

1834 Isaac ARLEDGE from Alex W. YONGUE, Shf. Title, Bk LL, p. 200

1834 Isaac ARLEDGE to Lucas A. BROOM and wife [the former Charlotte ARLEDGE], Deed in Trust, Bk LL, p. 235

1834 Isaac ARLEDGE from Zach CRUMPTON, Release, Bk LL, p. 250

1837 Isaac ARLEDGE from Samuel and Robert McCANTS, Release, Bk MM, p. 250

1838 Isaac ARLEDGE from William CLOUD, Letter, Bk NN, p. 84

  • 1841 Isaac ARLEDGE, Jr. from Isaac ARLEDGE, Sr. Deed Gift, Bk NN, p. 374
  • 1841 Isaac ARLEDGE, Jr. from William ARLEDGE, Obligation, Bk NN, p. 375

? (him or his father) 1841 Isaac ARLEDGE from Eliza Ann ARLEDGE, Obligation, Bk NN, p. 376

(his father) 1841 Isaac ARLEDGE, Sr. to Robert CATHCART, In Trust, Bk. NN, p. 524

(his father) 5 Nov 1841 Isaac ARLEDGE to Charlotte BROOM, Deed of Gift , Bk L, p. 463

Then there are Fairfield Co, SC deeds from Isaac ARLEDGE, Sr to Henry Clark (1849, on Sawney's Creek, 355 a. Bk SS, p 32), to Ananias Bell (1852, 355 a. adj. Bell et all, Bk TT, p. 294) and from Isaac to John Robertson (1853, on Thorntree Creek, 340 a. Bk TT, p. 559). Interestingly, both are "By Comr Est"). Does this mean Isaac had left or died, and his land was being sold by proxy or a Commissioner? The same year, 1852, his (presumed) brother John also sold 348 a. to Nicholas Peay "By Comr" (Bk. TT, p. 302). A few years later, in 1856, there was also a sale by (his brother?) William ARLEDGE "By Shff" of 200 acres on Thorntree Creek to James Harrison, Sr. (Bk. UU, p. 527)

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Did this Isaac and brother William possibly go to Louisiana about 1837?

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT - Eastern States, General Land Office

http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/

PATENTEE NAME/SIGNATURE DATE/ DOCUMENT #/ ACCESSION #

ARLEDGE, ALLEN W 9/1/1860 16060 LA1220__.256 (83.75 acres,

Bienville Co/Par. LA)

ARLEDGE, ERASMUS C 12/10/1885 1834 LA0350__.082 (159.68 acres,

Ouachita Co/Par. LA)

ARLEDGE, HARMON D 3/1/1892 3667 LA0380__.379 (160 acres,

Calcasieu Co/Par. LA)

ARLEDGE, ISAAC 8/2/1837 2165 LA0900__.330 (156 acres,

Bienville Co/Par. LA; comments: WILLIAM ARLEDGE)

ARLEDGE, ISAAC 8/2/1837 2166 LA0900__.331 (164.68 acres,

Madison Co/Par. LA; comments: WILLIAM ARLEDGE CANCELLED DOCUMENT)

ARLEDGE,JEPHTHAH R 10/1/1860 16508 LA0740__.290 (320.55 acres in

Webster Co/Par. LA)

ARLEDGE, JERRY 6/2/1897 2776 LA0850__.207 (40 acres, Caddo

Co./Par. LA)

ARLEDGE, JOHN W 7/3/1890 13269 LA0300__.142 (79.67 acres in

Winn Co./Par. LA)

ARLEDGE, JOHN W 8/21/1890 2721 LA0360__.397 (79.58 acres in

Winn Co./Par. LA)

ARLEDGE, JOSEPH F 12/10/1881 16508.5 LA0770__.014 (217.66 acres in

Bossier Co./Par. LA)

No 21657

The United States of America

To all to whom these Presents shall come

Greeting:

Whereas Isaac and William Arledge of Claiborne Louisiana have deposited in the General Land Office of the United States, a Certificate of the Register of the Land Office at Ouachita whereby it appears that full payment has been made by said Isaac Arledge and William Arledge according to the provisions of the Act of Congress of the 24 th of April 1820 entitled "An act making further provision for the sale of the

Public Lands" for the South East quarter of Section four in Township seventeen of Range five West in the District of land subject to sale at Ouachita Louisiana containing one hundred and fifty six acres and fifty seven hundredths of an acre according to the official plat of the survey of the said Lands returned to the General Land Offices by the Surveyor General which said tract has been purchased by the said Isaac Arledge and William Arledge

Now know ye, that the United States of America in consideration of the Premises and in conformity with the several acts of Congres in such case made and provided HAVE AND GRANTED and by these presents DO GIVE AND GRANT unto the said Isaac Arledge and William Arledge and to their heirs the said tract above described

TO HAVE AND TO HOLD the same, together with all the rights, priveliges, immunities, and appurtenances of whatsoever nature, thereunto belonging, unto the said Isaac Arledge and William Arledge and to their heirs and assigns forever as tenants in comon and not as joint tenants

In Testimony whereof I Martin Van Buren President of the United States of America, have caused these Letters to be made PATENT and the SEAL of the GENERAL LAND OFFICE to hereunto be affixed Given under my and at the City of Washington the second day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty seven and of the Independence of the United States the sixty second

  By the President            Martin Van Buren            by A Van Buren sec'y

Por S Wilson , acting H M Gartland (crossed out)

recorder of the General Land Office

ad interim

Premption cancelled

No 2166

 THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

To All to whom these Presents shall come: Greeting:

Whereas Isaac Aredge and William Arledge of Claiborne Louisiana

have deposted in the GENERAL LAND OFFICE of the United Stated, a

Certificate of the REGISTER OF THE LAND OFFICE at Ouachita whereby it

appears that full payment has been made by the said

Isaac Arledge and William Arledge

according to the provisions of the Act of Congress of the 24 th of April

1820 entitled "An Act making further provision for the sale of the

Public Lands" for

fractioal Section six in Township fifteen of Range thirteen East in the

district of lands subject to sale at Ouachita Loisiana, containing oe

hundred and sixty four acres and sixty eight hundredths of an acre

according to the official plat of the survey of the said Lands returned

to the General Land Office by the SURVEYOR GENERAL, which said tract has

been purchased by the said

Isaac Arledge and William Arledge

Now know ye, that the United States of America , in consideration of the

Premises and in conformity with the several acts of Congress, in such

case made and provided, HAVE GIVEN AND GRANTED, and by these presents DO

GIVE AND GRANT, unto the said

Isaac Arledge and William Arledge

and to their heirs the said tract above described TO HAVE AND TO HOLD

the same, together with all the rights privileges, immunities, and

appurtenances of whatsoever nature, thereunto belonging unto the said

Isaac Arledge and William Arledge and to their heirs and assigns

foreveras tenants in common and not as joint tenants

In testimony I Martin Van Buren

President of the United States of America, have caused these Letters to

be made PATENT and the SEAL of the GENERAL LAND OFFICE to hereuntno be

affixed

Given under my hand at the city of Washington, the second day of August

in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty seven and

of the Independence of the United States the sixty second

   By the President :  Martin Van Buren
     by A Van Buren   Sec'y
     Por. L Wilson acting
                     recorder of the General

Land Office ad in terim

         H M Garland (marked out)

NOTE FROM JOY Moore:

This land document has marked across the center of it "CANCELLED

Tract selected for seminary purposes previous to location of this

floating Pre-Claim

Money ordered to be refunded - see

Letter to R. of R. 7 April 1838 "

These two men had another certificate issued to them It is certificate

No 21657 dated second of August 1837

One of the things I find interesting about this certificate is the fact

that the land was preempted for a seminary and I found in Arcadia a

seminary for ladies and men.

Another is the signature of the Presidents.

Secretary A Van Buren That could only be Abigal Van Buren, his

wife. Did the President of the United States have his wife serving as his

secretary wife in a time when only men held these positions?

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Isaac Arledge's Timeline

1800
1800
Fairfield Co, SC; in 1830 FF census; in 1853 FF court case
1847
1847
Age 47
Did he go to Louisiana w/ brother William?