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Abraham C. Isaacs

Dr. Abraham C. Isaacs
Full Name: Abraham Conn Isaacs
Birth date: November 16, 1826
Death date: July 6, 1901

Terms of Service

  • House, 15th Legislature
    4/18/1876 - 1/14/1879
    Democrat

Biographical Notes and Resources

Photographs

Other Resources

  • Biographical sketch of Dr. A.C. Isaacs included in sketch of son Leonard Isaacs, Volume II, pp. 665-666. A History of Central and Western Texas 1911.
  • International Genealogical Index - Abraham Conn Isaacs, born 11/16/1826 in Lincoln, Tennessee; died 7/6/1901; parents Abraham Young Isaacs and Agatha Burford. FamilySearch .
  • "Mortuary, Isaacs," 7/9/1901, p. 3, dateline Cameron, Tex., July 8. Account of funeral service "at the old family burying ground near Minerva," for Dr. A.C. Isaacs, "a leading citizen of this county since the close of the Civil War." Galveston Daily News .
  • Excerpt from The Elder Daniel Burford: His Ancestors & Descendants of America (1684-1996), by Betty Arnold Loftiss, Burford Brothers Print, 1997, 787 pages. "Leonard Isaacs was born 26 November 1854 in Lavaca County, Texas. He was the son of Abraham Conn ISAACS and Elizabeth HUNNICUTT. Leonard died 12 August 1932 in Rockdale, Texas, and was buried in Rockdale, Texas, IOOF Cemetery. He married (1) Alice Tyler BROADNAX 17 December 1875 in Texas. . ." Google Books .
  • Census of 1880 - Abraham C. Isaac, Milam County, age 54, born in TN, farmer, father born in AL, mother born in GA, wife Alice. HeritageQuest Online .
  • Name listed, Abraham C. Isaacs. Members of the Texas Congress 1836-1845; Members of the Texas Legislature 1846-2004 2005.
  • Biographical sketch, A.C. Isaacs, p. 110. Native of Tennessee, age 50, doctor of medicine. Sketches of Legislators and State Officers, Fifteenth Legislature, 1876-1878 1876.
  • Obituary (partial), Dr. A.C. Isaacs, Rockdale Messenger, Thursday, 7/11/1901. Represented Milam County in the Legislature, died Saturday, 7/6/1901. Notice of Resolution of Respect by Royal Arch Masons, Thursday, 8/8/1901. Milam County, Texas, Newspapers: Rockdale Messenger 1901. TXGenWeb Project .
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