Isaac Bennett and Hettie Unknown: Family History
Isaac Bennett was the son of Adam Bennett, the enslaved overseer at Magnolia Plantation on the Ashley River in St. Andrews Parish, Charleston, South Carolina.
Isaac married Hettie. Isaac and his family are listed on the 1910 Census, St. Andrews, South Carolina township. Their household members were:
At the time Isaac registered for the 1917-1919 draft, he was living in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina and worked as a boatman.
He and his family migrated to New York City where he was employed by the railroad. Isaac, his wife Hettie and daughter Evelena appear on the 1930 Federal Census in Manhatten, New York. Their household was:
Isaac died in New York in March of 1965.
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