and Tina Blair
Burnett Ison b 5 Dec 1895 d 4 Oct 1943; s/o James Ison and Mary Victoria Polly Cornett. Burnett Ison m. Tina Blair b 24 Jan 1898; d/o Green Blair and Sarah Elizabeth Sis Caudill. Children of Burnett Ison and Tina Blair;
1. Van Ison died as infant
2. Danis Ison
3. Verlin Ison; (served in WWII in Italy); m. Martha Blair.
4. Clyde Ison (served in WWII in Belgium); b 28 Dec 1921 d Aug 1980; m. Helen Kozloski
5. James Ison b abt 1924 d Feb 1945 WWII; age 21 years from wounds received while captured by Germans on Oct 6 1944.
6. Denver Ison (served in WWII in Germany) b 28 Apr 1926 d 6 Feb 1949; m. (1) Joy Fay Ables b 1927 d 2008 Letcher Co KY; Children of Denver Ison and Joy Fay Ables; i. James Doyle Ison b 2 Jul 1947 ii. Denver Ison b 28 Jul 1948.
Joy Fay Ables m. (2) Robert Bobby Fuller; s/o Green Fuller and Leona Smith.
7. Steve Ison
8. Mattie Ison; m. Gay Frazier
9. Mary M Ison b 2 Oct 1934 Red Fox KY d Monday, 20 Dec 2010; m. 23 Apr 1955 Red Foxx KY to Larry O Caudill (deceased). Children of Larry O Caudill and Mary M Ison; i. Don Caudill ii. Dara Caudill; m. Male Tormoehlen
10. Margie Ison; m. Male Caudill
11. Minta Ison; m. Male Koloski
12. Martha Ison; m. Jack Taylor
Obituary of Mary Ison Caudill
Tribune - December 22, 2010. 1934 - 2010. Mary M. Caudill, 76, Brownstown, passed away at 10:30 a.m. Monday, December 20, 2010, at her residence. Mrs. Caudill was a member of Ratcliff Grove Christian Church and was a homemaker. Born October 9, 1934, in Red Foxx, Kentucky, she was the daughter of Burnett and Tina Blair Ison, both of whom preceded her in death. On April 23, 1955, in Red Foxx, Kentucky, she married Larry O. Caudill, who preceded her in death. Survivors include one son, Don Caudill, Bedford; one daughter, Dara Tormoehlen, Indianapolis; four sisters, Mattie Frazier and Margie Caudill, both of Jeremiah, Kentucky, Minta Koloski, White River Junction., Vermont, and Martha (Jack) Taylor, Jeremiah, Kentucky; three grandchildren, Scott Tormoehlen, Nathan (Christy) Tormoehlen and Erica Tormoehlen; and four great-grandchildren, Camron Caudill, Emalee Goss, Owen Tormoehlen and Tyler Tormoehlen.
She was preceded in death by one grandson, Shane Caudill, and seven brothers, James, Danis, Denver, Van, Clyde, Verlin and Steve Ison. Ken Jergens will conduct funeral services at 1 p.m. Thursday at Spurgeon Funeral Home Inc., Brownstown. Burial will take place at Valley Home Cemetery. Friends may call from 11 a.m. until time of service Thursday at the funeral home.
PFC. James Ison Dies As Result
Of Wounds Received In Germany
May 17, 1945 Mt. Eagle Newspaper
Whitesburg, Letcher Co KY
Mrs. Tina Ison of Isom, Ky., received a Telegram May 7th, that her son Pfc. James Ison died in February from wounds. He was twenty-one years old and the son of Burnett and Tina Ison. He Volunteered fro service April 13, 1942. He was stationed at Ft. Knox, Ky., for a time, then went to Fort Meade, Md., then overseas June 20, 1944. After four months in Holland he was captured by the Germans Oct. 6, 1944. He has three brothers in service, all overseas: Verlin in Italy; Clyde in Belgium and Denver in Germany. He is survived by five sisters and one small brother and his mother along with many other relatives and friends.
PFC James Ison WWII