Information on the Loyalists
Loyalist Directory: Isaac Jr.(son of Colonel Isaac Mann, Sr.) Mann (aka Man)
(For a short explanation of each row, click on the row title ex. "surname")
|Surname :||Mann (aka Man)|
|Given name :||Isaac Jr.(son of Colonel Isaac Mann, Sr.)|
|Rank :||Quarter Master (Jessup’s Rangers) & later Major of Brigade to the Provincials (see pg. 335, 2nd Report of the Bureau of Archives of the Province of Ontario by Alexander Fraser (1904). Lieutenant.|
|Where Resettled :||New Carlisle, Paspebiac, Baie des Chaleurs, Gaspe, Quebec|
|Status as Loyalist :||No proven descendants.|
|Source :||2nd Report of the Bureau of Archives of the Province of Ontario by Alexander Fraser (1904), pg 335 lists claim of Issac Mann, Jr. with notes on his service.|
|Notes (Expunged, Suspended, Reinstated) :|
|Regiment :||1777 Adjutant in King’s Loyal Americans Regiment (Jessup’s Rangers).|
1778 Brigade Major in Burgoyne’s Loyalists.
1781 Lieutenant & Quartermaster KRRNY.
(See pg. 253 History and Master Roll of the KRRNY by Watt)
|Enlistment Date :||1777.|
|Date & Place of Birth :||1748, Stillwater, N.Y.|
|Settled before war :||Stillwater, Prov. of New York|
|Date & Place of Death :||Quebec, City, Quebec.|
|Place of Burial :||Quebec City, Quebec.|
|Wife Name :||Mary Eyre Robertson|
|Children :||Isaac Mann III|
|Biography :||Loyalist Lists by E Keith Fitzgerald shows Isaac Junr. on page 82 with the note that he was a trader prior to war. In actuality he was in business with his father producing lumber at a mill that Isaac Senr. owned on Lot No. 3 of the Saratoga Patent. The business was called “Isaac Man, Sen. and Jun.”|
Discharged at Montreal in 1783. He received a Free Grant of 400 acres; was a Farmer and Justice of the Peace. He married Mary Eyre Robertson, they had one son. Appointed as a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, at Quebec City, he died at Quebec City the 28th July 1790.
See Loyalists of Chaleur Bay.
|Proven Descendants :|
|Military Info :||He joined General Burgoyne at Ticonderoga and brought 57 Loyalists with him (pg. 78, Loyalists of Quebec by Elinor Senior). He was a Major in the Militia before the revolution.|
|Loyalist Genealogy :|
|Family History :|
|Family Genealogy :||Partial see familytreemaker.genealogy.|
|Other Info :||Imprisoned for life for his loyalty to King George. Later acquitted after which he joined General Burgoyne and was sent to Canada on parole after the surrender and convention (unable to fight against Whigs again). |
Information provided by David Clark.