|Birth: ||Jan. 18, 1760|
North Carolina, USA
|Death: ||Jan. 19, 1836|
Born in North Carolina but taken to South Carolina at the age of 4.
Revolutionary War veteran.
From the MS State Society Daughters of the American Revolution: ROSS, Capt. Isaac -- Served in Gen. Sumpter's Brigade as Captain. Marked 25 October 1977 by Chakchiuma Chapter.
Isaac Ross (1707 - 1760)
Jean Brown Ross (1722 - 1766)
Jane Brown Ross (1763 - 1829)
Margaret Allison Ross Reed (1787 - 1838)*
Alison Ross (1803 - 1834)*
Elizabeth Ross Moores (1744 - 1801)*
Arthur Brown Ross (1746 - 1806)*
Isaac Ross (1760 - 1836)
This monument is erected to the memory of Capt Isaac Ross who was born in the State of North Carolina, January 18th, AD 1760 and departed this life after a ______and painful illness borne with __________ died in Jefferson County at Prospect Hill January___1836 in the 77th year of his life. He bore all _____in the year 1808_______and became the ________. (This large panel has mineral deposits down the center which make portions of it illegible.)
Note: Monument commissioned by Mississippi Branch of American Colonization Society, but paid for by Ross estate ($25,000 in mid-1800s).
Wade Family Cemetery
Created by: Julia Baker
Record added: Jun 07, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 38039910