Legislator Details

Isaac J. Ullman
Number of sessions served 1
Gender: Male
Age at election: 35

Vital Records Information:

Date: 3/29/1798
Country: France
Date: 11/7/1866
City: Racine, WI
County: Racine County, WI
Country: US
Type of Burial:

Marital Information:
married Delia Maria Johnson; children: Emilie Mack (Strong), Henry Johnson and Frederic perhaps others

Number of Children:


Religion: Episcopalian
Military Service:
Occupation: hotelier, banker, businessman
Race: Caucasian or White


Biographical Sketch:
He came to America between 1817 and 1822,, initially settling in Watertown, NY. He naturalized in 1827. Major in the militia. By 1829 he was running a hotel, the Mansion House, in Detroit. Settled in Sturgis, MI 1830 where ran a hotel for a time. He was appointed quartermaster for the 3rd Brigade of the Michigan militia in 1831. Saint Joseph County Treasurer 1833-5; On the first board of directors of the Bank of Constantine 1836; the bank closed in 1841. He had a general store in Constantine by 1837. He later moved to Wisconsin, serving as school commissioner in Racine and was one of the founders of Racine College. He was in Racine for the 1850 Cenus,

Notable Facts:
Founder of Racine College in Wisconsin. Born in either Frankfurt or Strasbourg, France? per Wikipedia. 1850 Census of Racine lists Henrietta C., Emilia M., James, Daniel, Emma, Frederick and Willis--ages between 3 and 21. Relationships not given.

Sessions Served:

Chamber: House
Party: Unknown
Committees Served On: Militia
Postions Held:

City of Residence: Constantine
County of Residence Saint Joseph
District: Saint Joseph
District Description:

Date Elected: 10/5/1835
Date Sworn In: 11/2/1835
Date Left Office: 7/26/1836

Reason for Leaving Office: N/A
End of Term Status: Departed

Maritial Status: Unknown


Everts (S) p.22; Cutler 1:379; Wikipedia; MIBiog 2:377; USCen 1850, 1860