Black, Isaac D

Name: Black, Isaac D
Burial Date: 1876, 03/17
Age at Death: 34
Plot Location: 001 K
Notes: h/Mollie(Evans)

War: Civil War       Sgt, Co. C, Reg. 3, MO Cav.

Obituary March 20, 1879 The Bulletin

Mr. I.D. Black, Justice of the Peace in Sterling township, died on Monday morning of consumption, and was buried on Tuesday. Mr. Black was serving his second term as Justice at the time of his death. He had been a resident of our city for several years.  During the war he served in the Union army and was severely wounded by a ball striking him in the mouth and lodging against the neck bone. The ball was never removed and his wound was probably the primary cause of his disease and death. He leaves a wife, who is the sister of the Evans Bros, and one son.

Birth: Sep. 30, 1844
Schuyler County
Illinois, USA
Death: Mar. 17, 1879
Sterling
Rice County
Kansas, USA

Son of James P. Black, Sr. and Mary E. Padgett.Married to Mollie Evans in 1864.Two children: Claud and Maud

Served in Co. C, 3rd Reg. MO. Cavalry during Civil War. Veteran’s headstone placed Nov. 29, 1879.

Burial:
Sterling Cemetery
Sterling
Rice County
Kansas, USA
Created by: CBartlow
Record added: Jul 14, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 93587756