Isaac ENO 1
- Born: Abt 1732, Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut
- Marriage: Anne about 1761
- Died: 22 February 1785, Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut about age 53
- Buried: 1785, St. Andrews Cemetery, North Bloomfield, Connecticut 1
From "The Eno and Enos Family in America" by Douglas Richardson, 1973 revised 1985:
"...He served in the French and Indian War as did his brother, Joel, while Connecticut was still a British Colony...In 1780, according to one source, he paid two sizeable fines for refusing to co-operate with the Revolutionaries. Exactly why the fines were levied was not ascertained by the author; Isaac seems to have been acting out of religious conscience and may well have been influenced by his pastor, Rev. Roger Viets, who was a "loyalist" of sorts..."
Isaac married Anne about 1761. (Anne was born about 1740 and died on 26 December 1828 in Simsbury, Hartford Co., Connecticut.)
Douglas Richardson, The Eno and Enos Family in America (Originally published 1973, Revised and Republished 1985 ,), page 85. Photocopies of pertinent pages furnished by Newbold LeRoy in letter to Ronald Whitney dated October 24, 1998.