Another source said Isaac born in 1727, according to the Register of his family Bible.
From Clements by Stucki and Herring, p 8: Isaac was made Captain September 27, 1775. Commanded a Company in Pittsylvania County 1780 during the Revolutionary War. The pension declaration of John Harris of Pittsylvania County indicates that he was drafted on March 11, 1780 and marched from Pittsylvania County in a Company of Militia under the command of Capt. Isaac Clement to Hillsboro, North Carolina where his company joined the 34th Volunteer Regiment and they remained there about a month to guard Cox's Mill on Deep River.
Isaac was a freeholder of Pittsylvania County February 11, 1755. He moved in 1798 to Pendleton District, South Carolina.
FIRST LIST OF TITHABLES OF PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY, YEAR 1767, The History of Pittsylvania County by Maud Carter Clement
List of Tithables Taken by Thomas Dillard, Jr in June 1767
Benjamin Clement, James Clement, negroes Yourk, Robert & Tamor
Benjamin Clement, Jr.
Isaac Clement commanded a company of Pittsylvania Militia in the Revoluntionary War, (Va. Mag. Hist., Vol 20, p 205). amd was a member of the Pittsylvania County Committee of Safety. (William and Mary Quarterly, Vol 5, p 247)
Research on the Clement Family of Pittsylvania County done by Madalene V. Fitzgerald, dec'd.
1778-Aug 27 D.B. 5, p 10 Thomas Dillard and wife Martha and Isaac Clement and wife Ann of Pittsylvania Co to John Roberson 181 acres on Sycamore Cr for 50 pounds current money
1779- July 30 D.B. 5, p 227 Thomas and Martha Dillard and Isaac and Anne(sic)Clement of Pittsylvania County sold 250 acres for 200 pounds to James Calloway of Bedford Co Tract on Sycamore Creek.
1792 June 18 C.O.7, p 117 Isaac Clement appointed Overseer of the poor
1798 June 18 D.B. 11, p 317 Isaac Clement made a deed of gift to his sons: Stephen, Isaac & Hugh Clement (No mentionof a son Daniel. ( Daniel was 8 to 13, a guess of researcher)
Jan 1817 Daniel Clement inherits from father Isaac Clement, Pendleton Dist;, S.C (later Anderson County) Will signed 30 Oct 1805, Proved and Recorded Jan 27, 1817 and Codicil dated May 18,1812. W.B. A pp 206-207. (Slaves had already been givento Daniel)
Oaths of Allegiance - 1777 Pittsylvania County, VA , copy done by Cynthia Hubbard Headen
source: The Magazine of VA Genealogy, v.23, #1 (Feb.1985), transcribed by Marian Dodson Chiarito
These lists were taken from a typewritten copy found in the Clerk's Office, Pittsylvania County, at Chatham, Virginia.
Thomas Dillard's List has Isaac Clement, Stephen Clements
William Ward's List has two Benjamin Clements, James Clements
William Witcher's List has Jno. Clement
This material is taken from
INTIMATE HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION IN PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY VIRGINIA. compiled by Frances Hallam Hurt 1976. Roster of Revoluntionary Soldiers from Pittsylvania County, Virginia
CLEMENT, Isaac. Officer, County Militia, Committee of Safety. Led
Co. in 1780 to Camden joining 3rd Va. Regiment under MAJ.. Henry Conway in Gen. Edward Steven's Brigade for Battle of Camden. Winter 1789 led Co to Hillsboro to support Gen. Green. ___________
CAMDEN PARRISH, PITTSYLVANIA COUNTY VESTRY BOOK-1767-1785
Indentures: Anderson Atkinson son of Suckey Atkinson apprenticed to Henry Atkinson, Sr. June 20, 1780, p. 42 Wit: Jos. Allen Issac Clement
1782 Census of Pittsylvania County, Virginia
Head of Household White Black
Clements, Isaac 9 1
A List of Taxable Property taken in Pittsylvania County for the Year 1783 due November the 20th in Specie Extract by Marna L. Clemons, 7 September 2001, Page 4 -
White Tithes above 21 Slaves Horses Cattle
Capt Isaac Clement 1 1 6 13
Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol 32, 1924, p 296
In the year 1798 Capt. Isaac Clement moved to Pendleton District, SC and at same time deeded, for love and affection 692 acres in Pittsylvania to sons, Isaac, Stephen and Hugh (Book 11, page 317) Again in 1809 he deeded 636 acres to son Stephen (Book 17, p 478, Pittsylvania Deeds))