Gives Isaac Sr.'s children and Isaac Jr.'s children Funkhouser, eight generations from Isaac and Catherine (Boyer) of Shenandoah and Augusta Counties of Virginia by Charlotte Cooper Zeutenhorst (Author). p. 8 typescript. THE FUNKHOUSER FAMILY ISAAC FUNKHOUSERand his wife Anna lived on Stoney Creek in Shenandoah County, Virginia. He may have been a son of Jacob, one of the three early immigrant brothers. At the time Isaac wrote his will in 1796, he had already given his son Isaac possession of the Stoney Creek farm. He mentioned this, and the other children listed below.
Other deeds and documents establish the relationship of these children as brothers and sisters, but there is some question that Anna may not have been the mother of the oldest son Isaac, since he married so much earlier than the other children.. He may have been a son of an earlier wife of the first Isaac. Children of the first Isaac Funkhouser:
ISAAC FUNKHOUSERwas born 1760-70 (age in 1810 and 1830 censuses). He married Catherine Boyer, daughter of widow Margaret Boyer, in Shenandoah County in April 1789. It is this Isaac whose descendants are listed in the following pages.
DANIEL FUNKHOUSER born to Isaac and Anna 12 April 1774, and baptized 15 May 1774. He died between 1805 and 1812. He married Elizabeth Humreckhouser 21 March 1799, Shenandoah County.
DAVID FUNKHOUSER died in 1812. His wife was Elizabeth Pence, a daughter of Conrad, whom he married February 8, 1802, Shenandoah County. They seemed to have no children.
ANNA(MARY)FUNKHOUSERwho was called Anna, a minor daughter .in her father's will, but was spoken of as Mary in a document in one of her brother's estate settlements, was a ward of George Pence who lived on Stoney Creek. She married John Link. ’
BARBARA FUNKHOUSER married Godfrey Miller 19 December 1797, Shenandoah County, the note of consent being written in German and signed by her mother, a brother and others. The Millers bought the Stoney Creek farm from Isaac and Catherine when 8 Isaac moved his family to Augusta County, farther up the Valley. The Land on Stoney Creek Deed Book F Page 286 13 October 1786 This deed between Christian Funkhouser and Barbara his wife, the late Barbara Six, widow of John Six, John Six the eldest son, to Isaac Funkhouser. Christian Funkhouser and John Six paid by Isaac Funkhouser for land lying on the North Westerly side of Stoney Creek on a branch of the said creek. The 400 acres originally granted to Jacob Borden by deed under the seal of Lord Fairfax 6 (or 11) August 1767. The said Jacob Borden and Mary his wife conveyed the same to the said John Six, Sr., dec'd and the said Isaac Funkhouser by their deeds of release bearing the date of 2 and 3 days of Nov. 1767. And of record in the county of Frederick. Oaths of: AdamPoke, AdamMiller, Jacob Rinker. Deed Book 0 Base 389-391 9 sent. 1805
This deed between Daniel Funkhouser (one of the sons of Isaac Funkhouser dec'd) and Elizabeth his wife to David Funkhouser, also son of Isaac, of the other part. Isaac Funkhouser, son of Isaac dec'd received land from his father and the remainder of the land went to the other two sons, namely Daniel and David.
‘Deed Book Q Page 399-401 31 October 1808 This deed between Isaac Funkhouser, son of Isaac dec'd and Caty his wife to GodfreyMiller, selling that tract or parcel of land—- (A typescript of this indenture is shown at #2-F1 Isaac Funkhouser) Deéd Book U Bags 686 13 November 1813 This deed between Isaac Funkhouser of the County of Augusta, one of the sons of Isaac Funkhouser dec'd of Shenandoah County of the one part and Godfrey Miller of the county of Shenandoah Of the other part . . . For the sum of one dollar Isaac sells to Godfrey’ Miller a certain tract of lands lying in ShenandoahCounty devised to the same together with other lands from his father the said Isaac Funkhouser dec'd on the drains of Stoney Creek is the same tract of land which was surveyed for the said Isaac Funkhouser _ dec'd 28 April 1788 and was afterwards granted to him by patent. Land description mentions: to corner to AbrahamFunkhouser. To land which Isaac Funkhouser purchased of James Bean.