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Isaac Vick

Also Known As: "Issac Vick"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Isle of Wight, Isle of Wight County, Virginia, United States
Death: November 11, 1789 (64-65)
Northampton County, North Carolina, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of William Vick, Sr. and Elizabeth Newitt
Husband of Unknown spouse of Isaac Vick
Father of Aaron Vick; Robert Vick; Jesse Vick; Mary Davis and Jacob Vick
Brother of William Vick, II; Simon Vick; Robert Vick; Elizabeth Pope; Mary Pope and 1 other

Managed by: Paul Eugene Shaner
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About Isaac Vick

From Joseph Vick of Lower Parish, Isle of Wight, Virginia and His Descendants, vol. 1

pp 89-92

ISAAC3 VICK (William2, Josephl) was born about 1725-1730 in Isle of Wight County, Virginia. He died in Northampton County, North Carolina between 1786 and 1790.

Isaac remains one of the most elusive figures in the Vick genealogy. According to Col. Arthur, he witnessed an indenture between his brother Simon and Edward Brantley in 1745, but this document has not been found. l He was apparently of age by 8 October 1747, when he witnessed two deeds between John Newberry, millwright, and John Hamer and betweenJohnNewberryandMorganBrown2 in Anson County. Perhap she had been apprenticed to Newberry and went to North Carolina in his charge. He does not seem to have owned land in Anson County; however, his probable son Aaron later owned land there.

Isaac returned to Virginia and either farmed or practiced a trade. On 14 June 1759 an attachment was filed against him by John Powell. The court decided the attachment could not be served since Isaac "hath privately removed himself and so absconds that the ordinary process of law cannot be served on him for a debt ...".3 However, he was in the county in 1763 because he won a suit brought there against Simon Turner. John Day agreed to pay the damages for the defendant.4

Ultimately Isaac chose to settle in Northampton County, North Carolina. On 28 March 1774, he purchased 300 acres from William Burns. The land was described as situated on Correry or Corriroy Swamp at the mouth of Long Branch and included "houses, orchards, gardens, and woods".5 However, he did not remain there long, for on 25 February l778,he sold the tract to John Wilkinson.6 Later, on 7 September 1778, described as being "of Northampton County," he named his "well-beloved and trusty friend James Terry, son of William Terry, his attorney in Anson and any county in the WS to demand and receive anything justly belonging to me, in particular six negroes in Anson County". The document was witnessed by John Wade, Martha Wade and William Coleman.?

When his father died in 1778, Isaac received only an equal share of his father's plantation, which was to be divided at the death of his mother. This suggests that he was one of the younger children and had been given his inheritance when he moved to North Carolina. His last recorded appearance is on a 1786 tax list of Capt. Bennett' s District in Northampton County. He was a white male over 60, living alone. Living near him was Martha Vick, presumably his daughter-in-Iaw.8 He does not appear in the 1790 federal census.

Nothing is known of Isaac's wife or wives. He may have married [?Mary Coleman] of Anson County. William Coleman was a witness to Isaac's assigning power of attorney to James Terry in 1778. On 11 March 1778, a Mary Vick witnessed a deed between William and Patience and John Coleman.9 Aaron Vick, Isaac's apparent son, proved a deed between Thomas and John Coleman on 15 April 1772.10 It is also possible that Mary was Aaron's wife.

Since there is no will or probate record, Isaac's children, born in ether Anson or Northampton County, North Carolina, are speculative:

[?]AAROW, b. ca. 1745; m. [ ].

[?]ROBERT, b. ca. 1750; m. MARY [ ].

[?]JACOB, b. ca. 1755; m. MARY [ ].

[?]JESSE, b. ca. 1758; d. after 1783, probably in Northampton County, North Carolina. He m. MARTHA STEPHENSON. Jesse appears only once in Northampton County records as witness to the will of Nicholas Judkins on 22 February 1783, along with Abraham Stephenson and Joseph Strickling. Martha was the daughter ofArthur Stephenson and was identified in his will as Martha Vick. She was a widow in 1786 when she appears as a taxable in Capt. Bennett's District. She lived near both Isaac Vick and Abraham, Arthur and William Stephenson. Her household consisted of two females. On 4 October 1792, she sold 10 acres to David Parker. Three years later she sold two tracts of land to Jesse Britton or Brittain. On 5 May 1798, she sold 53 acres to Thomas Martin. Child, surnamed Vick: Anna, b. ca. 1777, who sold property rights on 12 February 1812.11

[Other possible children: Isaiah, b. ca. 1750, and John, living in Beaufort County, North Carolina in 1780 - see Appendix II.]

Notes

  • IRobert Arthur, Vick o f Vicksburg, [New Orleans: Typescript], 15.
  • 2Anson Co. Deed Book B:249, 252-253, County Register of Deeds, Wadesboro, NC. 3Southampton Co. Order Book 2:518, County Clerk's Office, Courtland, VA.
  • 4Ibid., 3:297.
  • 5Northampton Co. Deed Book 6:124-125, County Register o f Deeds, Murfreesboro, NC . 6Ibid., 6:234.
  • 7Anson Co. Deed Book K:552.
  • 8State Census ofNorth Carolina, 1784-1787, [Raleigh: North Carolina Department of Archives and History, n.d.], 112.
  • 9Anson Co. Deed Book 7:135.
  • lOMay Wilson McBee, Anson County, North Carolina, Abstracts of Early Records [Greenwood, MS: privately published, 1950],77.
  • llArthur Stephenson will (1789), Northampton Co. Will Book 1:255,2:20, Clerk of the Superior Court, Murfreesboro, NC; State Census ofNorth Carolina, 1784-87, loc. cit.; Northampton Co. Deed Book 9:207,10:131, 173,326, 16:90.

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Isaac VICK (William VICK , Sr.6, Joseph D. VICK , Sr.5, Richard VICK4, James VICK3, Richard VICK2, Thomas VICK1) was born Abt 1725 in Isle of Wight County, VA, and died Abt 1790 in North Hampton County, North Carolina.

Family

From https://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=REG&d...

He married Mary (COLEMAN) VICK Abt 1744 in Anson County, North Carolina. She was born Abt 1727 in Lower Parish, Isle of Wight County, Virginia.

	  Children of Isaac VICK and Mary (COLEMAN) VICK are:

*+ 9 i. Aaron VICK was born Abt 1745 in Anson County, Northampton Co., North Carolina, and died Aft 1774 in Anson County, Northampton Co., North Carolina.

  • + 10 ii. Robert VICK , Sr. was born Abt 1750 in Anson County, North Carolina, and died Abt 1840 in Greene County, North Carolina.
  • + 11 iii. Jacob VICK was born Abt 1755 in Anson County, North Carolina, and died Abt 1788.
  • 12 iv. John VICK was born Abt 1757 in Anson County, North Carolina, and died Aft 1800 in Anson County, North Carolina.
  • 13 v. Jesse VICK was born Abt 1758 in North Hampton, North Carolina, and died Aft 1783 in North Hampton, North Carolina. He married Martha (STEPHENSON) VICK, daughter of Arthur STEPHENSON and (Unknown) STEPHENSON. She was born Abt 1760 in Northampton County, North Carolina.
  • 14 vi. Isaiah VICK was born Abt 1761 in Anson County, North Carolina, and died Abt 1797 in Anson County, North Carolina

Biography

Issac Vick was born in 1728 in Lower Parish, Isle of Wight, Virginia Colony, Virginia, United States. His parents were William Vick and Elizabeth Newitt.

Issac married Mary Coleman. Together they had the following children: Aaron Vick.

He died on October 8, 1789 in Northampton County, North Carolina, USA, North Carolina, United States.


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Isaac Vick's Timeline

1724
1724
Isle of Wight, Isle of Wight County, Virginia, United States
1745
1745
Northampton County, North Carolina, United States
1750
1750
Northampton, North Carolina, United States
1758
1758
Northampton County, North Carolina, Colonial US
1760
1760
Isle of Wight, Isle of Wight County, Virginia, United States
1766
1766
Dobbs, Chapel Hill, NC, United States
1789
November 11, 1789
Age 65
Northampton County, North Carolina, United States