When I posted this I used the 1834 Date as indicating that Isaac and Fanny were alive in 1834. The date of the document is 1829 and it was filed in 1834. Jim Ray caught this and dropped me a note so I want to correct my err... So in other words, we know that Isaac and Fanny were alive in 1829, not 1834.
Here is another thing I was thinking about last night:
According to other sources, Fanny lived to be over 100. Isaac lived to be 101.
If this is true using varying dates for Isaac 1742 47 and 49, Isaac would die then in 1842, 1847 or 1849 - Reference John D's News article, Waynesburg Gazette, 1881 where he says that his grandfather died at age 101 and his grandmother lived to be the full age of 100.
I don't know about Frances but if she is the Frances of the tombstone in Eagle Twp in IN then she was born in 1756. Well, at least that is the date I am using for Fanny's birth. I think Jim Ray uses that as well but I don't know whether his source of info for a birth date is from the Waynesburg article of John D or another source.
I should note here as well this quotation from The article:
e interviewedour ol d friend and found him agreeable, communicative and only regretful that he could notmoreaccurately answer the numerous queries with which we plied him.He was the son of Thomas Calvert, who died a few years ago at the advanced age of 101(this is inccorrect, Thomas died age 99 in May 1868. He would not be 100 until the following year had he lived that long). His grandfather died at the age of about 100.His mother died at theage of 73 and was Irish descent. His grandmother lived the full age of 100 - and was born on shipboard of a German vessel during passage ... "
The reason this is of import is that it shows Anna Ewing to be of the Irish Clan of Ewings and that his grandmother came on a German vessel(not stating that she was German). later on it states her maiden name was Bullett. The point to this is that his Great grandmother's MARRIED name was Bulett- Bulet (sic UNLESS she had Fanny out of Wedlock.
I think what is meant in this reference in the article is that Fanny was born on the ship and her name maiden name was Bullett her mother having married a Bullett...
At any rate, Fanny lived to be fully 100 and here John D says Isaac to 100. I do have one other reference that Isaac was 101.