We have emailed before. I wasn't aware that Isham/Isom lived to be so old! The last info I have for him is in the 1880 census. He should have a death certificate as they were required after 1913! You can write to the Bureau of Vital Statistics of AL if that is the state where he died and get it. It should tell the name of his father & mother and where they were born. To save time you might go to AL.gov.com or some such...not sure what the address is but it would be the AL government website.... and down load the form saving a few weeks. Let me know if you find out anything new!
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