John Isger was born 1678 in England, United Kingdom to Mary Isger (1648-1739) and died 8 October 1735 England, United Kingdom of unspecified causes. He married Lydia Unknown (1678-1735) in England, United Kingdom.


Hanah Isger (1685-1743)


Offspring of John Isger and Lydia Unknown (1678-1735)  ¢
Name Birth Death Joined with
Lydia Isger (1700-1789)
John Isger (1703-1743)
Rebecca Isger (1713-1799) 1713 England, United Kingdom 8 April 1799 England, United Kingdom Thomas Williams (c1725-1770)


Footnotes (including sources)

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¢ Children
  • Lydia married James Hammond (1699-1758), a shoemaker and brewer. They had two sons named James, who both died young, but daughter Lydia Hammond (1740-1814) married first a titled Royal Navy gentleman and second a Rector and Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge - but she died without issue.
  • John became a baker; his wife Mary died in 1738. The source page shows no issue from them.
  • Rebecca's husband became a Minister of the Congredational Chapel at Gosport, and they have thousands of traceable descendants.

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