Person:Isaac Woodward (3)

m. 1759
  1. Isaac Woodard1767 - 1818
Facts and Events
Name Isaac B. Woodward
Gender Male
Birth? 1730 James City, Virginia, United Statesneed source
Marriage 1759 Bedford City, Virginia, United Statesneed source
to Rebecca Bright
Alt Marriage 1775 Chesterfield, Virginia, United Statesneed source
to Rebecca Bright
Death? 1781 James City, Virginia, United Statesneed source
  1.   Hurd, D. Hamilton (Duane Hamilton). History of Worcester County, Massachusetts: with biographical sketches of many of its pioneers and prominent men. (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: J.W. Lewis, 1889).

    The year 1845 was a lively one in the school affairs
    of Fitchburg. At the annual town-meeting, March 3,
    1845, sundry articles in the warrant relating to the es-
    tablishment of a town school, new districting, &c.,
    were referred to a committee composed of one chosen
    from each district, as follows: No. 1, Charles Mason ;
    2, Robert L. Friar; 3, John Whitcomb ; 4, Abram
    Osborn ; 5, Levi Downe ; 6, Ivers Phillips ; 8\ David
    D. Mclntire; 9, Asa Raymond ; 10, David Lowe; 11,
    John Andrews; 12, David Boutelle; 13, Isaac B.
    This committee met March 18th and thoroughly
    discussed the subject and adjourned to the morning
    of April 7th, when a report, prepared by the chair-
    man, Mr. Mason, was read in committee and unani-
    mously agreed to.

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    Bedford county , Virginia
    Bedford County, Virginia; Deed Book A-1: 1754-1762 Compiled & Transcribed by Ann Chilton --surname - woodward

    reference on an ancestry public tree

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    Historical sketch of Bedford County, Virginia. 1753. 1907
    Publication date 1907
    Publisher [Lynchburg, Va., J. P. Bell co., inc., printers
    page 37 [start of list]
    Below will be found a list of the soldiers of Bedford County
    who were engaged in warfare with the Indians, French and British
    before the Declaration of Independence, as appears from Hening's
    Statutes at large and the records of the County Court, and a few
    in the Revolutionary War. The records do not contain a complete
    list of those engaged in any war:
    page 43
    Private Isaac Woodward