Barnard, Isaac Edward
Age: 35, credited to Cavendish, VT
Unit(s): 16th VT INF
Service: enl 8/29/62, m/i 10/23/62, Pvt, Co. C, 16th VT INF, m/o 8/10/63
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Birth: 08/22/1825, Chester, VT
Burial: Pleasant View Cemetery, Ludlow, VT
Marker/Plot: Not recorded
Gravestone researcher/photographer: Joie Finley Morris +
Findagrave Memorial #: 112629020
Alias?: None noted
Pension?: Yes, widow Abby M., 6/23/1877, not approved
College?: Not Found
Veterans Home?: Not Found
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Pleasant View Cemetery, Ludlow, VT
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Isaac Edward Barnard was born in Chester, Vt. 22 Aug., 1825, son of Lucius & Abigail (Holman) Barnard of Cavendish, Vermont. Mr. Lucius Barnard was a skilled wood craftsman who worked his trade successfully as a wheelwright. He also owned and operated his own farm for a time in Chester. He and his wife moved from Chester to Cavendish, Vermont where they bought another farm. Lucius and Abbie had 15 children together -nine sons and six daughters. Their youngest son Sylvester Sylvanus Barnard was a Civil War soldier (Co. "G" 7th Vt.) who died of disease in New Orleans at the age of 20 and was buried in the Chalmette National Cemetery.
Six of the sons of Lucius & Abbie Barnard served in the War. Isaac was the 3rd son of his parents. He learned the trade of a shoemaker and was handly employed when the Civil War broke out. He was a Civil War soldier Co. "C", 16th Reg't Vt. Vols. (29 Aug. '62 - 10 Aug. '63). Isaac and Abbie lived in Cavendish District #2. In 1870 . His property was valued at $500, with additional personal property valued at $200.
NEWS: - Ludlow, 25 Aug., 1871: "For Sale: The subscriber offers for sale a small piece in the middle of the town of Reading, about ¾s of an acre of land, 25 good fruit trees, hanging full this year, buildings in good repair. Possession given immediately. Reason for selling, going West. For particulars inquire of I. E. Barnard, Ludlow."
Isaac d. of pneumonia at Andover, Vt. 10 March, 1875 (age 49 years, 5 months, 4 days) ) From his obituary: "He started for Springfield on business the Saturday previous to his death and stopped at his brother-in-law's (Mr. Langworthy's) where he was taken sick and died there of typhoid pneumonia. Mr. Barnard was a live, stirring man well liked and much respected. He leaves a family and a large circle of friends to mourn his loss." NEWS: - Andover 4 Oct., 1875: "The Administrator of the estate of Isaac Barnard late of Andover, will sell at Public Auction on Friday at 10 o'clock a.m., the farm known as the "Derby Farm," situated one mile from the middle of the town of Andover and containing 270 acres of land, suitable divided into tillage, mowing, and one of the best pastures in the State. It has a wood lot that will cut 2,500 cords of wood and timber on good road to Chester, and ready market. Said farm was once sold for $3,000, well watered, comfortable buildings, and will keep 35 head of cattle. Also, 25 bushels wheat, 20 of oats, 10 of corn, 100 of potatoes, 10 ton hay, 4 ton straw, sleigh, sled, good church, picture frames, and various other articles not herein mentioned. Also, one three-year old colt and one horse.
Terms: Farm subject to mortgage, personal property, all bills over $5, cash within 30 days, with good security, bills under $4, cash on delivery. - John Hull, Auctioneer, Otis Spaulding, Administrator." Children (at least): 1. Amanda M., b. Mass., 1855 2. Charles H., b. Mass., 1858 3. William H., b. Vt. 1866. -NEWS: Springfield, 21 July, 1893: "Wm. Barnard and family of St. Louis, Mo. are visiting in town for a few weeks. Mr. Barnard is a nephew of Levi Barnard, Esq., of Open Ridge Farm, and comes to the old home of his father after many years of absence." 4. Lillian L., b. Vt. 1868
Courtesy of Linda M. Welch, Dartmouth College.
Isaac E. Bernard, a well-known citizen of Andover, died at the residence of his sister in Cavendish, after a short and severe illness. Mr. B. Was a grandson of the late Jenison Barnard of Springfield, Vt., and one of the “five brothers” who passed through four years of hard fighting in the Rebellion, in the Union army, and came out unscathed. For a few years past he has done an extensive business in decorative or fresco paper hanging, - a system of decoration with tissue paper of his own invention. Throughout all the large towns of New England he was familiarly known as “Frisco.” and his genial countenance and tasty jobs will doubtlessly be missed in the seasons to come. In Andover where he owned a large farm and a lath and shingle mill, he was known as a thorough business man, a good neighbor and citizen.
Source: Vermont Journal, March 27, 1875
Courtesy of Tom Boudreau.