- Baptized Pembroke, Mass. August 21, 1757.
The 1790 US Census for Massachusetts lists, "Isaac Bisbey, Pembroke, Plymouth County 2 m. and 2 fem."
Records of soldiers and sailors of the Revolutionary War from Massachusetts show, "Isaac Bisbey of Duxbury, Private, Capt. Benjamin Wadsworth's Reg't., Col. James Warren's 2nd Reg't. which marched on alarm of April 19, 1775; service 3 days."
Also, "Capt. Calvin Partridge's Co., Col. John Cushing's Reg't. Drafted Sept. 23, 1776; service 1 mo. 28 days at Rhode Island."
Also, "Corporal in Lieut. Nathan Samson's 2nd Co., Col. Thomas Lathrop's Reg't.; marched Bristol, R. I. on alarm Dec.10, 1776; service 10 days."
Also, "Isaac of Pembroke, Private, John Turner's Co., Col. Cotton's Ref't., marched Sept. 28, 1777, service 1 month 3 days at R. I."
Also, "Payroll of Capt. John Turner's Co., in Col. Theophilus Cotton's Reg't. marched to R. I. agreeable to orders of General Court, this State, Sept. 25, 1777, Charles and Isaac Bisbee, Privates."