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Isaac Bricker

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Richland County, Richland County, Ohio, United States
Death: February 14, 1906 (69)
Marengo, Iowa County, Iowa, United States
Place of Burial: Marengo, Iowa County, Iowa, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Jacob Bricker and Sophia Bricker
Husband of Private; Mary J. Bricker; Almeda R. Bricker and Francis B. Bricker
Father of Lida Alvira Dumford; Emma Bricker and Private
Brother of Joseph Bricker; Dr. John Bricker and John Bricker MD

Occupation: stock broker
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About Isaac Bricker

Bricker, Isaac, 1881 bio

Isaac Bricker--Farmer and stock-raiser, Sec. 22, Hartford Township, Iowa Co., Ia. The subject of this sketch was born in Richland county, Ohio, on the 8th day of February, 1837, where he only remained until he was five years of age when his parents removed to Stark county, in the same State, and resided there about four years and then removed back to Richland county and lived in the city of Mansfield about three years. Young Bricker was educated in the common schools of Ohio and in the city of Mansfield. At the end of the time above mentioned they removed to Fostoria, Seneca county, Ohio, and lived there about nine years, and then moved to West Unity, Ohio, where the remained one year, and again removed to DeKalb county, Indiana, where he remained but a short time and then removed again to West Unity, Ohio. There he remained until the 17th of September, 1861, when he enlisted in company H, Fourth Ohio cavalry, and was mustered into the service of the United States at Monroeville, Ohio, at Camp Worcester, from where they went to Camp Chase at Columbus and thence to Evansville, Indiana, and then south to Nashville, Tennessee. They marched across the country in the latter part of March and the first of April, 1862, under Buel, to Pittsburg Landing, arriving there at daybreak on the morning of the 6th of April, just in time to take part in the battle of Shiloh, which occured on the 6th and 7th of April. After this fight they participated in the siege of Corinth, and lay encamped around Corinth for some time and again returned to middle Tennessee, and were with Buel in his retrograde movement; and finally they returned to Nashville; whence, after some time they went to Mumfordsville and participate in the engagement there. Thence to Bardstown and Perrysville, where they were again engaged, and then back to Nashville, where they remained a short time and Mr. Bricker was detailed as one of the surveyors to survey the battle ground of Murfreesboro and worked several days when he was returned to his command and engaged in skirmishing with the enemy at that place for eight days before the fight. From this place they removed south and did duty in the vicinity of Lookout Mountain, and remained in this part of the country until May, 1864, when Sherman started south. They went on his famous Georgia campaign and were engaged nearly every day at different places all along the route from Chattanooga to Atlanta, when his time expired and he returned home. He was married on the 24th of March, 1856, to Miss Mary J. White, who is still living. He removed from Ohio to Iowa in 1864 and settled in this township a farm belonging to his brother, Dr. Bricker, and then moved to the farm where he now lives. He has been a trustee of his township for about six years and has held the offices of secretary and treasurer of the district and township. He is a member of the A. F. and A. M.

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Isaac Bricker's Timeline

1837
February 8, 1837
Richland County, Richland County, Ohio, United States
1859
1859
Age 21
1864
December 16, 1864
Age 27
Ohio, United States
1906
February 14, 1906
Age 69
Marengo, Iowa County, Iowa, United States
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Marengo, Iowa County, Iowa, United States