Patriot: Revolutionary War - Pg. 147, Isaac Custer (Custer, Custard), a N.J. Dutchman, enlisted in April 1777, from Sussex Co., as a private in the company of Capt. William Holmes, Col. Shreve's 2d regiment of New Jersey troops and served until Dec. 1778 when he was discharged at White Marsh, PA. Mr. Custer found his way into Bradford Co. c1800 first settling at Wyalusing. After some years he removed to Wysox where he d. 20 Jan 1843, aged 90 yrs. By his wife Hannah he had General, William, Darius, Isaac, Simeon and Temperance (Mrs. John Hall). Both Mr. and Mrs. Custer rest in the Wyzox cemetery. Bradford Counthy Historical Society - PA, Archives of PA, CT, and N.Y., public records of Bradford, Luzerne and Lycoming Counties, old newspaper files, local histories, genealogies, church and family records, justices' dockets and private papers; a vast fund, reaching back to thje original familes, has been obtained from interviews with old people during past thirty years. Published 1913. Reproduced 1977.