Elder William Brewster
(Abt 1568-)
Isaac Allerton Sr.
(Abt 1586-)
Fear Brewster
(Abt 1592-)
Isaac Allerton Jr.
(Abt 1628-1702)


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Elizabeth Willoughby

Isaac Allerton Jr.

  • Born: Abt 1628
  • Marriage: Elizabeth Willoughby about 1670
  • Died: 1702 about age 74

  General Notes:

Isaac Allerton (c. 1627 and 1630 - 1702), the son of Mayflower Pilgrim Isaac Allerton, was a merchant in Colonial America.

Allerton Jr was born between (c. 1627 and 1630) in Plymouth Colony. In 1650, he graduated from Harvard College, and became a merchant, first in business with his father in New England, and after his father's death, in Virginia. He was a Burgess for Northumberland County and a Councillor of Virginia.

Allerton Jr died 30 December 1702 in Northumberland County, Virginia.


Allerton Jr. was the son of two Mayflower Pilgrims Issac Allerton and his second wife, Fear Brewster. He was the grandson of two more Mayflower Pilgrims, Elder William Brewster and his wife, Mary.

Around 1652, in New Egland, Allerton Jr married Elizabeth, by whom he had two children, Elizabeth and Isaac.

His daughter Elizabeth, born 27 September 1653 in New Haven, Connecticut, married Benjamin Starr and then Simon Eyres or Heirs.

Son Isaac (the third of the name) was born at New Haven on 11 June 1655. He accompanied his father to Virginia when a child, but returned to New Haven about 1683 and lived there most of the remainder of his life.

Isaac's first wife died about 1660, and in 1663, in Virgina, he married Elizabeth Willoughby (daughter of Captain Thomas Willoughby and widow of Simon Overzee and Major George Colclough).

By his second wife, Isaac had a son, Willoughby Allerton, and three daughters: Mary, Frances, and Sarah Allerton.

Mary Allerton married John Newton.

Frances Allerton married Captain Samuel Travers.

Sarah Allerton (1670-1731) married Hancock Lee. President Zachary Taylor is a descendant of Isaac Allerton Jr and Elizabeth Willoughby.

Isaac married Elizabeth Willoughby about 1670. (Elizabeth Willoughby was born about 1630.)

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