Isaac R. Sherwood, Colonel, 111th Ohio Infantry

1835

  • August 13:  Born in Stanford, New York to Aaron and Maria Sherwood.

1850

  • August 30:  The United States Federal Census taken in Stanford, Dutchess County, New York shows 14 year old Isaac living with this mother Maria and siblings.

1859

  • September 1:  Isaac Sherwood and Kate Brownlee are married in Mahoning County, Ohio.

1861

  • April 27: Enlisted in Company C, Ohio 14th Infantry
  • June: While Isaac is away at war, Kate gives birth to son James B. Sherwood.
  • August 15:  Mustered out of US Army.

1862

  • August 20:  Enlisted in Company S, Ohio 111th Infantry.
  • December 5: Kate gives birth to daughter Lenore Katharine Sherwood.

1864

  • January 1: Promoted to Full Lt Colonel.
  • September 8: Promoted to Full Colonel.
  • November 30: Isaac fights in the Battle of Franklin.

1865

  • June 27: Mustered out of the US Army.

1868

  • Isaac R. Sherwood is elected Secretary of State of Ohio.

1870

  • Isaac R. Sherwood is elected to a second term as Secretary of State of Ohio.
  • September 8:  United States Federal Census taken in Bryan, Williams County, Ohio shows Isaac, Secretary of State, and Kate living with their children: James, 8 and Lenora, 7.

1880

  • June 1:  United States Federal Census taken in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio shows Isaac, a probate judge, and Kate living with their children: James, 18 and Nora K., 17. Also living with the family is an 18 year old servant named Lucy Holden.

1900

  • June 1:  United States Federal Census taken in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio shows Isaac, a newspaper editor, and Katie living with their daughter (maybe granddaughter) Katherine, 9 yrs and their niece Katherine Duncan, 20.

1910

  • April 23:  United States Federal Census taken in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio shows Isaac, a representative in the US Congress, and Kate living with their niece Katherine.

1914

  • February 5:  Kate Brownlee Sherwood dies.

1923

  • August 20:  Altoona Tribune.

1925

  • October 8:  Portsmouth Daily Times, Portsmouth, Ohio
  • October 15: Died.