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Judge Isaac NAYLOR


Source: Tales Of Our Forefathers And Biographical Annals Of Families Allied To Those Of McPike, Guest And Dumont Albany, N.Y.: J. Munsell's Sons, 1898, p 135


Isaac Naylor was born in Rockingham Co VA in 1790. When about 36 years of age he married Mary Catherine Anderson a daughter of Capt. Robert Anderson and his wife, Catherine Dumont. As judge he traveled the circuit and held court until he had reached his his 79th year. He died in Crawfordsville, Indiana in 1873. Was a resident of the town for 50 years, a soldier of 1811, 1812, 1813 and 1814, a hero of Tippecanoe, a pioneer of Indiana and as long one of the judges as any man who ever lived or died in that State. His courage, integrity and high character will long make his name of blessed memory, not only among his own descendants but all who are thoughtful enough to realize that much of our present prosperity and happiness is but a natural sequence to the indefatigable labors of those who have preceded us. kbz


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