Fielding Isaacs born abt. 1816 Kentucky
Parents: Samuel Isaacs and Nancy Baldridge Isaacs
Married: Susanna Bowman 01, 1830 Clay County, KY
.......: Clay Co. Court House has bond date 19th Jan. 1830
.......: File Box 6
.......: Civil War record for Jasper, Susan says she
.......: was married in Boonsville, Owsley Co., KY.
01. Cornelius M. b. 24 Nov 1835 KY (7th KY Inf.)
.... Married Margaret Pigg 7 June 1855 Owsley Co. KY.
.... Died March 07, 1904, Burried Wilson Cemetery on David
.... Newton Farm Estill Co., KY..
.... Cornelius drowned in Station Camp Creek
02. Nancy b. 29 Dec. 1837 KY Estill Co., KY.
.... Died Jan. 02 1839, Estill Co., KY.
03. Wilburn B. b. 17 Dec. 1839 KY (7th KY Inf.)
.... Married. America M. Hacker
.... 2 Apr. 1867 Boonsville, KY by Judge Isaacs
.... Died Jan. 12, 1923 Madison, KY. Persioner Drop Report
04. Darius b. 22 Dec. 1842 KY (7th KY Inf.)
.... Died Feb. 16, 1871, Jackson Co., KY.
05. Jasper b. 6 Oct. 1844 KY (7th KY Inf.)
.... Died Sept 08, 1863 Carrollton, LA.
06. Alfred b. 11 Apr 1846 KY
.... Jaspers war records state that Alfred left home
.... and went to Estill 1865 or 1866 & from there
.... he went to Arkansas. His mother also mentions that
.... he went to Tenn.
07. Margaret b. 26 Dec. 1850 ., KY
.... Margaret married at 16 or 17 (1866)
.... Died 1917, burried at Mt. Tabor Cemetery in Perry
.... Township, Boone Co., Indiana
.... In Jasper's war papers his mother Susan states that
.... she does not know where Margaret is but she last
.... had heard of her she was in Illinois.
08. James b. 6 Oct 1853, KY
.... married Rachael Williams
.... James left home when he was about twenty (1873).
.... He married at twenty and moved to Arkansas.
.... Died Jan. 01, 1923, Clarkesville, Arkansas
09. Elisha b. 12 Feb 1856 , KY
.... Died 1934, Jackson Co., KY.
10. Andrew Jackson b. 26 July 1859 , Jackson Co., Ky.
.... married Mary J. Isaacs 12 May 1882, Jackson
.... Died June 24, 1943, Shamrock, Wheeler Co., Texas
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CIVIL WAR PENSION PAPERS
Letter from Jasper Isaacs who died in the Civil War
8 September 1863 Carrollton, LA
7th Kentucky Infantry
to his mother Susan Isaacs living in Jackson Kentucky
May The 25th 1863
Camp Near Black River Bridge Missippi
Dear mother I seat my self to drop you a few lines to let you know that I am
well and do hope this may find come safe to hand and find you enjoying the
same kind helping. We have been fighting for the last twenty days and are
still fighting yet. We have taken in the lst twenty days upwards of five
thousand prisners and 72 (veacis?) of artiliery. Beside a great many other things
to tedous to mention. We have stoped a good many men. Our Capt. is
killed and some two or three more wounded in our Company. We have
Vicks Burg surrounded so the Rebels canít get out unless they fite out. Dear
mother you stated in your letter you wanted me to send you some money.
I will send yo two dollars. I would send you more but Iím afrade to Risk it in a
letter. I want you to rite if you get it and if yo do then I will send yo some more.
Wilburn is sick but not dangerous was gitting better the last I heard from him.
All the rest of the Boys is well and send there love to you give my love and Respects to all inquireing friends so no
more to present but remains your true son till death.
To Susan J/I? Isaacks
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