FROM: "50 Year Update: Eisenhauer Lineage and References-Hans Nicholas Eisenhauer, Fannie Richardson, 1953" edited by J L Woolbright, 2003
Husband: Henry Michael 47 ISENHOUR , 22
Birth: 1822 Place: Cabarrus Co. N.C.
Father: Peter 22 ISENHOUR . 08 (1776-1858)
Mother: Mary Kenup(Canupp) (1781-1843)
Marriage: 3 Apr 1845 Place: Cabarrus Co. N.C.
Wife: Catherine 'Cathy' Dry
Birth: 28 Dec 1824 Place: Carbarrus, N.C.
Death: 26 Sep 1906 Place: Carbarrus, N.C.
1. F Child: Martha J ISENHOUR
Spouse: Jim Sides
2. F Child: Evan ISENHOUR
Spouse: George Hurlocker
3. F Child: Mary M. ISENHOUR
Birth: Circa 1851
Spouse: Nathan Morgan
4. M Child: George Washington. 109 ISENHOUR , 47
Birth: 26 Aug 1853 Place: N. C.
Death: 27 Mar 1942
Spouse: Margaret Camilla Boger
S/o Peter Isenhour, 1776-1858 & Mary Kenup (Canupp) 1781-1843
d/o Daniel Dry , b. 25 March 1790, d. 23 Oct 1854, Cabarrus Co., N.C. & Rachel Lipe, b. 1791, both in Mecklenburg, N. C. They e had 11 children 1811-1833. Daniel probably s/o Andrew Dry, 1762, Montgomery Co. Penn & Barbara Ann Diehm, b765.
As a young man, he was raised on Adams Creek, Cabarrus Co.N. C. He was an educated man as his name and signature show up on many land deeds and sales. He was a farmer and dealt very heavy in land purchases and sales. He operated a gristmill & saw mill that had been built by Andrew. This mill was passed on to Henry and Solomon. Solomon ran it until his death. Daniel owned a piece of land in Stanly County and directed that his two sons, Allison and Moses, give this land to the formation of John Wesley Chapel Church in Richfield, Stanly County. Allison purchased most of his own land before his Father died, and was executor of Daniel's will, which is recorded in Cabarrus County.
Daniel joined the Army during the War of 1812. He held the rank of 3rd Corporal in Captain Wiley's Company, Cabarrus County, being discharged on March 7, 1815. His brother, John, was also in this same unit......Craig SMith <email@example.com
Henry Michael was the son of
Husband: Peter 22 ISENHOUR . 08
Birth: 27 Jan 1776 Place: Iredell, Alexander (Rowan in some records) Co. N. C.
Death: 7 Nov 1858 Place: Goldhill, Cabarrus Co. N. C. [Rowen Co In Some Records]
Occupation: BURIAL SITES MIS. ISENHOUR FAMILIES , 90+++++
Father: John (Hans) Nicholas 08 EISENHAUER , Sr., 02 (1749-1802)
Mother: Mary I. Miers(Myers) (1752-1832)
Marriage: Place: N. C.
Wife: Mary Kenup(Canupp)
Birth: 25 Feb 1781 Place: Cararrus Co. N. C. [All Her Children Born In Cararrus Co. ]
Death: 17 Apr 1843
Burial: Place: Both Bur. Isenhour Family Cem. Gold Hill, Cabarrus Co. N. C.
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