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Isaac Forbes Confederate service

Isaac Forbes Confederate service

Posted: 990100800000
Classification: Biography
Edited: 1034216164000
Surnames: Forbes
CONFEDERATE MILITARY SERVICE
from "North Carolina Troops: 1861-1865 A Roster"

ISAAC FORBES
1. Co. E, 17th Regiment NC Troops (1st Organization)
Born in Camden County where he resided as a farmer prior to enlisting in Currituck County on May 13, 1861. Present or accounted for until the Company was disbanded on or about April 2, 1862. Later served in Company A, 56th Regiment NC Troops (Infantry)

2. Co. A, 56th Regiment NC Troops (Infantry)
Previously served as Private in Company E., 17th regiment NC Troops(1st organization).Enlisted in this company at age 19, on April 25, 1862 for the war. Reported present through April, 1863. Captured at the Battle of Second Gum Swamp on May 22, 1863. sent to New Bern, paroled and sent to City Point, Virginia where he was received on May 28, 1863 for exchange. Returned to duty prior to July 1, 1863. Reported present through February, 1864. Wounded at Ware Bottom Church, Virginia, May 20, 1864. Furloughed on June 13, 1864. returned to duty in September-december, 1864. Captured at Five Forks, Virginia April 1, 1865. Confined at Point Lookout, Maryland, April 6, 1865; released at Point Lookout on June 26, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance.

Re: Isaac Forbes Confederate service

Posted: 993320650000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Gallops, Forbes
Do you have any information on parentage for Isaac Forbes? I'm researching Isaac Gallops and I know his family was associated with the Forbes family in the 1750's.

Re: Isaac Forbes Confederate service

Posted: 993325910000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Forbes
I have as the parents of Isaac Forbes Bailey Forbes and Mary Rogers, both born about 1810. Isaac(b.about 1842) had a brother Nathaniel (b. about 1833).This family is listed in the 1850 Currituck County, NC census. Based on the 1850 censuses, I am using the best information I can find to state that Isaac was the Confederate soldier I have mentioned. Nathaniel is the only Forbes by that name I can find in this area for that time.
I wish I could be of more help but that is all I have for Isaac. I do have more Forbes information if it will be helpful.

Re: Isaac Forbes Confederate service

Posted: 1010098753000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1037128174000
Would you possibly know who he married and if their were any children.
I am trying to find info on a Lydia Elvenia Forbes born about 1853 died about 1937. This Forbes family I have been told were originally from the Camden, Posquotank County of NC.
Thanks, Linda

Re: Isaac Forbes Confederate service

Posted: 1010182255000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1034216164000
I do not have the name of Isaac's wife. He was the son of Bailey Forbes (b.abt1810) and Mary Rogers (b.abt1810). There is a Lydia Forbes listed as 5 years old in the 1860 Camden County census. Her parents are Thomas 36, Chisline 35 and siblings Mary 7, Martha 4, and Thomas 2. This family does not seem to appear in the 1870 Camden County census.
Sorry I couldn't be of more help.

Re: Isaac Forbes Confederate service

Posted: 1236538544000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Forbes, Gallop
There was and Isaac T Forbes 1828-1863 who married Naimbana Gallop 1834-1904.

The couple were from Camden/Currituck Cos. and moved to Ogle Co, IL. Info shows that they had 8 children.

Re: Isaac Forbes Confederate service

Posted: 1348937895000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Forbes
I have info on Lydia Elvenia Forbes if you still need it.

Re: Isaac Forbes Confederate service

Posted: 1404336854000
Classification: Query
A bit late on this thread - I know. Isaac/Naimbana are my great-great grandparents. I have the Isaac/Naimbana Forbes family bible dated mid-1850's.

(1) The bible outlines a family tree that goes back 3 generations prior on both sides!
(2) I have been to the Washington Grove grave site and the Isaac Forbes who married Naimbana died in 1863. I suspect there are two different Isaac Forbes in play here - probably related.
(3) Another more controversial bit of information is that Naimbana is an African name - and it is not clear from descriptions (even Hodges' will available online) that Naimbana's mother is married to Hodges - perhaps there is another "Mary".

My big question is: Did Isaac T Forbes marry Hodges Gallop's illegitimate daughter with an African name? Is that why this branch traveled to IL? etc....

Re: Isaac Forbes Confederate service

Posted: 1435008701000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Forbes and Nash
I am late to this thread as well, but my great grandmother is Martha Madre Forbes, daughter of Walter R. Forbes and Harriet Norcom. Martha was born in Camden County in 1865 and died in Elizabeth City in 1950. Martha married my great grand father Thomas Palmer Nash, Sr.

To John Williams

Posted: 1435103371000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1435103421000
Surnames: Forbes, Curling, Sawyer, Gregory
Re marriage of Nambana Gallop & Isaac T Forbes, it was 16 Dec 1851 per a Family Bible - Sarah Whitehurst Forbes Phellps pg 141 and 2 other sources.

Is this the same Bible? If not could you share your 3 generations of entries?
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