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Isaac FLEMING

Wildwood Cemetery
Lycoming County,
Pennsylvania

Isaac Dec 8, 1817-Dec 31, 1907

ISAAC FLEMING was born in Halifax, Yorkshire, England, December 8, 1817, and emigrated to the United States in the year 1840, locating in Centre county, Pennsylvania, where for fourteen years he operated a woolen factory. He married Margaret Ann Stradley, a native of McHenry township, Lycoming county. They lived in Centre and Clinton counties until 1863, when they moved to Larry's Creek, Piatt township, Lycoming county, remaining there until 1866, and moving thence to Hepburn township, where Mr. Fleming was foreman of a woolen factory until 1880. At this time he settled on a farm, where he now resides. He is a Republican in politics and taken an active interest in the success of his party, and with his wife belongs to the Methodist Episcopal church. To their union were born nine children: John W., who is principal of the Stevens school building of Williamsport; W. H., who now resides in Missouri; Samuel S., Hudson R., and Edward S., who are residents of Williamsport; Wilson I., ex-burgess of Bellefonte; Dr. J.F.; Eugene E., and Carrie E., wife of Elmer Rathmell. [History of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania; John F. Meginness; Gateway Press, Baltimore, Reprinted 1990]

Contributed on 1/27/07 by gravehunter478
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Submitted: 1/27/07 • Approved: 1/29/07 • Last Updated: 10/23/12 • R182-G0

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