203 1st Ave NE, Waverly, IA 50677

Private Isaac Connor

Private Isaac Connor was born on August 9, 1837 in Indianapolis, IN and died September 5, 1913 in Lathrop, OH.

Isaac Connor entered the Infantry on October 1, 1864, in Denver, IA, served during the Civil War era and reached the rank of Private before being discharged on July 3, 1864 in Louisville, KY.

Isaac Connor is buried at Messenger in Denver, Iowa and can be located at

Armed Forces Grave Registration

Information–Frank Sturdevant
Drafted from Bremer Co.
Born at Indianapolis Ind. Aug. 9 1837 came to Ia in 1862. Married twice, the first time to a Margaret Messinger Daughter of John M. one of the earliest settelers of this county she died at the age of 32 about the year 1872, leaving 6 children. He left his wife and two older childre[n] to enter service. On returning he farmed and became a minister of the M.E. faith. He moved to the / state of Kansas after the death of his first wife, married again and to the 2nd. union were born Eva. and John and Amy. All living in Kansas Mr. Connor died at Lathron Ohio / where he had been taken for treatment for a disability. On Froday Sept 5 1913 age 76 years. Body was brought back to Denver Ia. and buried by side of the first wife in Messinger Cemetery a short distance south of town.