During 1908 Isaac was one of five Board of Directors at the Wellman Savings Bank and a stockholder in the Bank of Keota, Iowa. Isaac and Margaret were active members of the Methodist Episcopal church. He owned two hundred and eighty-three acres of land in Lime Creek township, as well as five residences in the village of Wellman. 
 Burrell, Howard A., History of Washington County, Iowa: From the First White Settlements to 1908, The S. J. Clark Publishing Company, Chicago, IL, 1909
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