Free Genealogy Biography of Isaac N. Hays
Pennsylvania Volunteer of the Civil War
Isaac N. Hays
Isaac N. Hays, farmer, P. O. Waverly, was born in Pennsylvania in 1841; remained in his native State twenty-seven years; then came to Kansas and located in Douglas County; remained there until 1872, then moved to Harvey County, Kan.; remained there nine years, then came to Coffey County; located on a farm in Rock Creek Township, near Waverly; has engaged in farming and stock-growing.
Was married in Pennsylvania in 1863, to Miss Sadie A. Martin, a native of Pennsylvania. Has four children -Malburn H., Minnie, Cora E. and Oscar C.; belongs to the Presbyterian Church.
Mr. Hayes enlisted September 1, 1861, in Company H, One Hundred and Second Infantry Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, 102nd Regiment; remained with this regiment one year; was mustered out at Harrison Landing, Va.; was in the Seven Days battle in front of Richmond.
Source: History of the State of Kansas; William G. Cutler; A.T. Andreas, Chicago, IL; 1883
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