Civil War Veterans Buried In Washington State - Isaac Green

Isaac Newton Green

Representing: Union
G.A.R. Post: John Buford Post #89 Everett, WA.

Unit History

  • 155th Ohio National Guard Infantry H

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Isaac Green
Full Unit History

Organized: 5/8/64 Camp Dennison OH
Mustered Out: 8/27/64 Camp Dennison, OH

Regimental History



  This “one hundred day” unit was composed of the 92nd Battalion, Ohio National Guard from Pickaway County, and the 44th battalion from Mahoning County.  Immediately after muster it was ordered to New Creek, W. VA and then to Martinsburg where it performed garrison and escort duty.

   On June 3rd the 155th was sent to Washington, D.C. from there it proceeded to White House, VA, thence to Bermuda Hundred and City Point where it remained until routed to Norfolk and placed on duty in an entrenched marched to Elizabeth City, N.C. after which it returned to Norfolk.

   The 155th remained at Norfolk until August 19th when it received orders to return to Ohio for mustering out. 

Soldier History

Residence: not listed   Age: 32 yrs
Enlisted: 5/2/64
Mustered In: 5/8/64   Rank: Cpl.
Discharged: 8/27/64 Camp Dennison, OH
Highest Rank: Cpl.

Family History



  Isaac Green was born 2/2/36 in Fairfield Co., Ohio. His parents were Ohio born William Green and Virginia born Rebakah McBride. On 8/21/60 the 5’7” tall, gray eyed, dark haired, medium complexioned Isaac married Ann E. Scholey in Pickaway Co., Ohio. The couple would produce two children: Frank M. (4/21/62) and May (10/15/74).

   Following military service Mr. Green returned to Pickaway Co., Ohio where he taught school until 1866. He then taught in Garnett, Kansas.  In 1907 he came to Snohomish County where he once again entered the teaching profession in Everett, WA.

   Isaac Newton Green, the former U.S. Army Corporal died 12/7/11 at his home located at 2714 Pine St. in Everett. Cause of death was noted as the result of “a general breakdown brought on by advanced years.” Mr. Green was 78 years, 10 months, and 5 days old at the time of his passing. He was survived by his wife, Ann and daughter Mr. May Husby, both of Everett, and son Frank of Garnett, Kansas. 


Buried at Grand Army of the Republic Cemetery Snohomish
Row: 13
Site: 1

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