Isom Family History & Genealogy

3 photos, 4,366 biographies, and last name history of the Isom family, shared by AncientFaces Members.
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Biographies & Family Trees

Isom Bios

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Most Common First Names

  • James 4.0%
  • John 3.0%
  • William 2.6%
  • Robert 1.6%
  • Mary 1.4%
  • Charles 1.2%
  • Willie 1.0%
  • George 1.0%
  • J 0.7%
  • Roy 0.6%
  • Thomas 0.6%
  • Richard 0.5%
  • Betty 0.5%
  • Joseph 0.5%
  • David 0.5%
  • Edward 0.5%
  • Larry 0.5%
  • Henry 0.4%
  • Elizabeth 0.4%
  • Jessie 0.4%

Isom Last Name History & Origin

History

Name Origin

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Early Isoms

These are the earliest records we have of the Isom family.

Isom Death Records & Life Expectancy

According to our database of 3,194 people with the last name Isom that have a birth and death date listed:

Life Expectancy

69.6 years

Oldest Isoms

These are the longest-lived members of the Isom family on AncientFaces.

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Memories

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Susan Tackitt Isom Tackett I am the great great grandaughter of Benjamin Franklin Isom. His daughter Ida was my great grandmother. She married my great grandfather Sylvester Calvary Tackett.
Anyway, Im trying to find out about my Great great great grandfather Bolin Isom from Tenn. is burried.
My grandpa Ben was in the Civil War. He left TN when the Confederates burned grandpa Bolins barn. I have dates of most of these things. The burned grandpa's barn because of how they sympothised with the Union.
Grandpa Ben volunteered for service (Union) Tn. Dad alwas told the story how his great uncle Ben was captured by the confederate and forced to fight with them. He excaped and went home to Southern IL. After doing this research I found the man my dad thought was his great uncle turned out to be his great grandfather. Guess Uncle Ben was what everyone called him. We still do that in the family, we call the older ones Aunt and Uncle when they are cousins. Real confusing to kids so im making a living family tree on DVD to save for my grandkids.
Dad cant go around to the cemetaries anylonger so Im videoing them. Thanks. Susan
Jun 06, 2006 · Reply