Biography of Isaac Nutter
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ISAAC NUTTER, son of Christopher and Elizabeth (Mclntire) Nutter, was born in Harrison County, Va., May 1, 1826. His parents were natives of Virginia, and lived and died. in the "Old Dominion." His father was a soldier in the war of 1812, and reared a family of fifteen children, our subject being the youngest. Not having the advantages of free schools, his education is limited.. He came to Ohio in 1853, and located in this county. October 29, 1862, he enlisted in Company K, One Hundred and Twentythird Regiment, Ohio Volunteer Infantry, but was engaged only at Winchester, being wounded before having an opportunity to fire his gun. Being wounded in the arm, amputation of the member was necessary, as a result of which he receives a pension of $30 per month. Mr. Nutter was married, December 11, 1848, to Margaret E., daughter of Isaac and Edith (Sivel) Duff, natives of Virginia, and of Irish descent. Eight children have been born to this union, John A., Edith (wife of Cornelius Brewer), William, Almedia (wife of John Miller), Laura B. (wife of Samuel Smith, deceased), Margaret (wife of Samuel Miller) and Isaac N., the two latter deceased. The mother was born November 28, 1829. Mr. Nutter purchased his little farm in 1865. He is a strong Republican.

From:
The History of Wyandot County, Ohio
Liggett, Canaway & Co.,
Chicago 1884


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