Isaac AYARS (Yeoman)

Father: Robert AYARS
Mother: Katharin TAYLOR

Family 1: Hannah BARRETT
  1. Rebecca AYARS
  2. Caleb AYARS
  3. Abigail AYARS
  4. Catherine AYARS
  5. Hannah AYARS
  6. Esther AYARS
  7. David AYARS
  8. Anne AYARS
  9. Isaac AYARS

                                                          __
                                         ________________|__
                    _Robert EYRES ______|
                   |                    |                 __
                   |                    |________________|__
 _Robert AYARS ____|
|                  |                                      __
|                  |                     _Edward FOUCHE _|__
|                  |_Margarette FOUCHE _|
|                                       |                 __
|                                       |________________|__
|
|--Isaac AYARS 
|
|                                                         __
|                                        ________________|__
|                   _Robert TAYLOR _____|
|                  |                    |                 __
|                  |                    |________________|__
|_Katharin TAYLOR _|
                   |                                      __
                   |                     ________________|__
                   |_Marie _____________|
                                        |                 __
                                        |________________|__

INDEX

Notes

RA#2 TR#650040

!BIRTH: Frederick Adams Virkus, ABRIDGED COMPENDIUM OF AMERICAN GENEALOGY, Vol. III, p. 19.

!BIOGRAPHY: Frank D. Andrews, ROBERT AYARS AND HIS DESCENDANTS, Vineland, NJ, Privately Published, 1918, p. 9. #2.

!OCCUPATION: REGISTER OF THE COHANSEY SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH: 1737-1830, Ernest K. Bee, Jr., Editor, Plainfield, New Jersey, Seventh Day Baptist Publishing House, 1976, pp. 26. Isaac Ayars was Deputy Surveyor for West Jersey.

!RESIDENCE: SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST MEMORIAL, Vol. II, Number 2, (New York: Seventh Day Baptist Publishing Society, 1852), pp. 103, 104. "The act of the church in Westerly in receiving Mr. [William] Davis into its fellowship [14 September 1711], was followed by a serious controversy with Elder Gibson of the Newport church, Jonathan Davis, and the brethren in Pennsylvania. Joseph Crandall, also, then a member in Westerly, refused to commune with the church on the same account. Yet the church maintained its position in defense of Mr. Davis, and encouraged him in the exercise of the ministry, and informed those brethren in answer to their allegations, dated October 5th, 1712, and sent by the hands of Isaac Ayars, 'that what they had written, formerly or latterly, or what they should write in the future, would not be noticed for the purpose of passing judgment upon them, unless they should produce the evidence according to the Scripture rule, or unless the truth of such allegations should appear from William Davis' own hand, or from his own mouth.'"

!SOURCE: THE MAGAZINE OF AMERICAN GENEOLOGY: AVE TO BAB, Number 11, (Chicago, IL: The Institute of American Geneology, date unknown), pp. 291-295.


Created by Sparrowhawk 1.0 (4/17/1996) on Tue Mar 13 17:08:04 2001