The information came from a very reliable source, someone from the Shropshire City Council looked it up and sent me the replies that I posted. That is why I posted it here, I have tried several ways to find Gideon Ison and his family with no luck. I had 3 people in Shropshire England go to the libraries and such to look for any evidence of a Gideon Ison and none of the three found anything about him or his family.One of the people worked in the tax office, one was a woman and the other was a man, a penpal for a long time and he never gave up looking until I told him to stop. It is as if he didn't exsist or disappeared in the wood work somewhere. And if he was a Lord it would have been recorded as such, they were identified as special people when they had special titles. I have spent many hours on the internet looking for a Gideon Ison and have come up with nothing. It does make sense that he was buried in the Worthen Parish, since it has been said that he was a Lord of Worthen,and the date of his death is the same as the other people on the internet have as 24 Dec. 1701 but buried in Ireland, was found at Worthen Parish Register. I do not think we have the right name in this Sir Gideon Ison. There are so many different variations of the name spelling it will be and is hard to connect them all together. And since not many people could write, the names were printed in any matter they sounded, or the printer chose. So, the mystery continues.