Isaac R. Cole was born in Darke county, O., June 13, 1833; his parents were James and Sarah Cole, the former
a native of New Jersey, and the latter of Pennsylvania; he caine with his parents to this county in 1836, and they
settled two and a half miles south of North Liberty. His father's family were among the first settlers of Liberty
tp. Here on this frontier Isaac R. was reared to manhood and educated in the pioneer or frontier school, as it
may be called. He was married Sept. 16, 1856, to Eliza J. Rush, daughter of Isaiah and Rebecca Rush, natives of
Ohio. To this marriage was born one child; viz.: James Ai'thuir. Mrs. Cole departed this life March 3, 1859. Mr.
Cole was again married Oct. 21, 1861, to Mary E. Reamer, daughter of George and Rebecca Reamer, natives of Pennsylvania;
their 3 living children are Alma A., Benj. F. and Mable B. Mr. C., in connection with his brother, owns 160 acres
of land, also two saw-mills, one in Liberty tp. and the other at Crurn's Point. Mr. C. also owns 102 acres more
near North Liberty.
History of St. Joseph County, Indiana
Chas. C. Chapman & Co., Publisher
St. Joseph County
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