Lieutenant Isaac Man, Jr.
|Death:||Died in Quebec, Canada|
|Place of Burial:||Quebec, Canada|
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About Lieutenant Isaac Man, Jr.
He was a Judge Common Pleas (J.C.P.) ("Dedimus Postatem)" 1788 in Quebec Canada. He was on board the brig Polly when it arrived in Chaleur Bay, Quebec on June 9th, 1784. On August 3rd, he was among those drawing farm lots for Paspebiac. He drew 400 acres, (lots 58, 88, 139, 163). In addition, he was included in a parcel of 2520 acres at Cross-Point later granted to him, his father and his 4 brothers.
He and his brother Edward Isaac later continued to demand more land, Isaac "came armed with complaints and requests concerning the neccesity of maintaining his station according to army rank or services to the country, or for losses due to loyalty"