|Birth: ||Dec. 16, 1844|
|Death: ||Aug. 26, 1925|
Son of David and Elizabeth Smith.
Isaac T. Smythe, or Smith, was 18, and living in Leon, Decatur Co., Iowa, when he enlisted as a Private in Co. B of the 4th Iowa Cavalry on Aug 26, 1863. He was mustered into federal service on Dec 11, 1863, and later transferred from Co. B to Co. G.
He was taken prisoner near Ripley, Mississippi, on June 11, 1864, and later exchanged and returned to service with Co. G.
He was mustered out of the service with Co. G on the company rolls as of Aug 8, 1865. However, he was then carried as "absent, sick in Northwestern Hospital since June 2, 1865." His final discharge was given at Davenport, Iowa, on Oct 1, 1865.
After the War, he married Amy Vanderpool, and was the father of six; David L., Jasper, Elza and John, Mary and Ellen. After her death, he married Rebecca Noble (died Feb.13, 1921, and then married Sarah Peters (died July 24, 1925.)
Plot: Section B
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Originally Created by: Thelma Jane Dorsey
Record added: Oct 28, 2002
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