Legacy for Isaac mentioned in the will of Richard Johns written at Calvert Cliffs, 15 AUG 1717.
His second wife was Elizabeth Robertson Harris who he married around 1730.
Whereas I have already made over to my son Isaac Johns 2 parcels of land called part of Batchelors Fortune cont. 100 acs. & John’s Addition cont. 112 acs. I do now hereby give to Isaac Johns the plantation & remaining part of the land where I now dwell called Angellica, the whole tract cont. 600 acres, 200 acs. whereof I have already given to my son Kensey all the remaining part being the northernmost 400 acs. with all housing & appurtenants thereunto.
Isaac Johns, (1692-1733) inherited a portion of Angelica plantation from his father. He was reported to be one of the wealthiest men in Calvert County at that period. As a young man of 20, Isaac married Anne Galloway in 1712. Isaac and Anne had seven children. Their home called White Cliffs still stands on Cliffs near Parker’s Creek. The Galloway family was also Quakers and English immigrants,
After Anne’s death in 1737, Isaac remarried Elizabeth (Eliza) Robertson Harris. They had one son, Aquilla together. In his will he divides his holdings between his heirs.
Fact: Burial on February 21, 1733/34 Clifts Monthly Meeting of the Society of Friends, Scientists Cliffs, Calvert County, Maryland, USA
The Thomas Book, Lawrence Buckley Thomas, (NY: Henry T. Thomas Co.), 318, 370.
Quakers in the Founding of Anne Arundel County, J. Reaney Kelley, (Baltimore: Maryland Historical Society), 62.
Maryland, Marriages, 1634-1777; Name Isaac Johns; Father's Name Richard; Spouse's Name Ann Galloway; Spouse's Father's Name Samuel; Marriage Date 25 Oct 1712; Marriage County Society of Friends; Household Members: Name: Ann Galloway; Isaac Johns;
Find-a-Grave entry by way of Clifts Monthly Meeting of the Society of Friends; Scientists Cliffs; Calvert County; Maryland, USA. (accessed 28 April 2017), memorial #32406818 for Isaac Johns (1692 - 1734) - Find A Grave Memorial.
U.S., Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935; Name Isaac Johns; Death Date 17 Feb 1733/34; Death Date on Image 17 Twelfth 1733/34; Burial Place Ohio, USA; Residence Date 21 Feb 1733/34; Residence Date on Image 21 Twelfth 1733/34; Residence Place Columbiana, Ohio; Event Type Burial; Monthly Meeting Sandy Spring Monthly Meeting; Historical Meeting Data Sandy Spring Monthly Meeting; Type (Orthodox or Hicksite) Pre-Separation; Yearly Meeting Baltimore Yearly Meeting; Meeting State Ohio; Meeting County Columbiana; Household Members: Name: Isaac Johns;
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Isaac by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
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