Deceased
COUNCILMAN, Jacob*
(Bef 1760-1793)
UNKNOWN, Mary*
(Bef 1756-Abt 1826)
COUNCILMAN, Elizabeth
(Between 1774/1784-Bef 1850)

 

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Spouses/Children:
ISLEY, Jacob

COUNCILMAN, Elizabeth

  • Born: Between 1774 and 1784 3473
  • Marriage: ISLEY, Jacob on 20 Jan 1809 in Orange County, North Carolina, United States 3485,3486,3487
  • Died: Bef 3 Oct 1850 3488
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bullet  Birth Notes:

If Elizabeth is the female age 16-26 in Mary Councilman's household in 1800 census, then she was born between 1774 and 1784.

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bullet  Noted events in her life were:



1. Census, 4 Aug 1800, Orange County, North Carolina, United States. 3473
Mary Councilman houseold:
1 male 0 to 10 [George]
2 females 10 to 16 [Sally, Catherine]
1 female 16 to 26 [Elizabeth]
1 female 26 to 45 [Mary]

2. Appearance in Document, 11 Nov 1804, Steiner's Church, Alamance County, North Carolina, United States. Calvin Hinshaw's transcription of Offman's translation of the church records of Stoner's Church at http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~lrnoah/NCOrange/stoner.htm. includes the following:
11 Nov 1804 - Elizabeth Councilman was confirmed.



3. Census, 7 Aug 1820, Orange County, North Carolina, United States. 3489 Jacob Isley household:
2 males under 10 [Joel, Elias]
1 male 26 to 45 [Jacob]
3 females under 10 [Amelia, Anna, Delilah]
1 female 10 to 16 [Unknown]
1 female 26 to 45 [Elizabeth]
1 person engaged in agriculture.



4. Census, 1 Jun 1840, Southern Division, Orange County, North Carolina, United States. 3490
Jacob Isley household:
1 male 60 to 70 [Jacob]
2 females 10 to 15
2 females 15 to 20
1 female 60 to 70 [Elizabeth]
1 persons employed in agriculture.

5. Story. I have not been able to determine where Elizabeth Councilman fits in relation to Jacob Councilman and the other early Councilman family members. She is not listed as one of the orphans of Jacob Councilman when he dies. She might be too old in 1793 to be considered an orphan, or she might not be a child of Jacob. She does not appear in the 1790 Census (Jacob is the only named Councilman) so she is not the wife or daughter of some other Councilman in the area.

6. Story. From information on web site http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~lrnoah/NCOrange/stoner.htm about Stoner's (Steiner's) Church in Alamance Co, many records transcribed. Information was compiled by Larry Noah, and is copyrighted. Includes the following (two mentions of Elizabeth Councilman):

Stoner's Church became an active congregation about 1801. The church was dissolved about 1886. The cemetery is presently located in a pasture near the village of Belmont (near Graham) in Alamance County. It is thought that before they organized as Stoner's they were associated with the Lutherans who later formed St. Paul's Lutheran Church.

The Church book of Stoner's was translated from the original German by Reverend D. I. Offman. A copy was type from Rev. Offman's translation by Calvin Hinshaw in 1959. It is my understanding that a copy of the typed records is at Guilford College. I have also been told that the original records are in the Library at Catawba College, Salisbury, N.C. My information is that these records are in such a fragile condition that the public is no longer allowed to view them.

The following is from a copy of Calvin Hinshaw's transcription of Rev. D. I. Offman's
translation.

Delila, daughter of Christian Isley, born June 25,1823, baptized Aug. 3,1823 by J. Rudy. Sponsors, Jesse Boggs and Mary Isley.

Sarah, daughter of Henry Shatterly and wife Maria, born Nov. 12,1806, baptized Mar. 14,1807. Sponsors, Henry Thomas and Elizabeth Councilman.

Nov. 11,1804 were the following confirmed and on the 14th were admitted to the Lord's Supper:

Jacob Thomas Catherine Albright
John Albright Elizaeth Councilman
Jacob Efland Philpena Garrett
Jacob Friddle Barbara Garrett
John Albright Dorothy Friddle
John Efland Maria Sharp
Barbara Garrett Elizabeth Graves
Philpena Albright Sarah Neese

[Elizabeth is the only Councilman that appears in these records. There is no mention of George Thomas, although several other Thomas's are mentioned.]


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Elizabeth married Jacob ISLEY, son of Philip ISLEY and Unknown, on 20 Jan 1809 in Orange County, North Carolina, United States 3485,3486.,3487 (Jacob ISLEY was born circa 1789 in Orange County, North Carolina, United States 3488 and died after 4 May 1859 3474.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

1. Marriage Bond, 20 Jan 1809, Orange County, North Carolina, United States. 3487 Jacob Isley and Elizabeth Councelman, bond date 20 Jan 1809, Bond #97975, Orange County, Bondsman Peter Boggs, Witness Michl Holt.

2. Marriage, 20 Jan 1809, Orange County, North Carolina, United States. 3485 Jacob Isley married Elizabeth Councelman.

3. Marriage, 20 Jan 1809, Orange County, North Carolina, United States. 3486 Isley, Jacob & Elizabeth Councelman, 20 Jan 1809; Peter Boggs, bondsman.




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