|Birth: ||Jun. 28, 1819|
|Death: ||Mar. 11, 1900|
Isaac McConnell was born in Hall County, GA. He was the son of Anna Townsend and Maj. John McConnell, Jr. Both Anna and John Jr.'s fathers fought in the Revolutionary War. John McConnell, Jr. fought in the War of 1812.
In 1840, Isaac married Elizabeth Strickland, the daughter of a Methodist Minister, Simeon Strickland. Isaac, his parents and his grandparents were Presbyterian.
Isaac was a successful merchant in Marietta, Georgia, but after the devastation of Georgia after the Civil War, he moved his family to Texas, moving to Johnson County about 1868, and then to Parker County, near Aledo, about 1870.
After the death of his first wife, Elizabeth, Isaac returned to Georgia and married a widow in Marietta, by the name of Campbell, and they returned to Texas, and lived in a house he built in Aledo.
After his second wife died, he married a widow from Weatherford.
The children of Isaac and Elizabeth Stickland McConnell:
William Demetrius Romulus (called Met) McConnell
Eli Jefferson (called Jeff) McConnell
John S. McConnell
James C. McConnell
Isaac Walter McConnell
Thomas Charles McConnell
Anna Lavinia McConnell
Matilde Annie Elizabeth McConnell
Mary Jane McConnell
Robert Crone McConnell
John McConnell (1780 - 1866)
Anna Townsend McConnell (1785 - 1850)
Elizabeth Strickland McConnell (1820 - 1873)*
James C McConnell (1848 - 1910)*
Isaac Walter McConnell (1854 - 1928)*
Matilda Anna Elizabeth McConnell O'Neil (1858 - 1925)*
Robert C. McConnell (1879 - 1891)*
Eli McConnell (1801 - 1861)*
James McConnell (1803 - 1886)*
Nancy McConnell Putnam (1807 - 1879)*
Henry Hunt McConnell (1810 - 1892)*
Joseph McConnell (1815 - 1865)*
Isaac McConnell (1819 - 1900)
Samuel Milton McConnell (1822 - 1896)*
Joshua McConnell (1824 - 1880)*
Mary A Roberts (1826 - 1901)*
Note: stone erected by 3rd wife Gertrude
Maintained by: Sandra P Mcconnell Frank...
Originally Created by: Aunt and Uncle M
Record added: Oct 15, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 12060219
Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.|
Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
Added: Jun. 20, 2014
Added: Aug. 6, 2013
Cross of Honor for service in the War Between the States. He served as the Assistant Quarter Master for the Cherokee Legion of the Georgia State Guards.|
Added: Jun. 14, 2009