- Born: Oct 1860, Virginia
- Marriage: Isaac Edward Britt circa 1882 in Brunswick Co., VA
- Died: After 1920, Portsmouth City, VA
See general notes on her husband, Isaac E. Britt, for 1900 and 1910 census facts.
The 1920 Federal Census for Portsmouth, Marshall Ward, Virginia, District 184, page 95A records the widow Ida H. Britt (59) living with her son, Daniel Britt (37), and his wife Nancy S. Britt (26) and their children Robert P. (9), Helen S. (7), Edward L. (5), Nancy H. (3 6/12), and Daniel B. (3 6/12). Also in the household is Daniel's sister-in-law Ruth Sholes and his wife's uncle and aunt, John L. (61) and Hanna T. (59) Daddow. Daniel is a plumber at the navy yard, Ruth is a Clerk at the rail road, and John is a draftsman at the rail road.
The WWII Draft Registration Card (for men born on or after April 28, 1877 and on or before February 16, 1897) for Daniel Turner Britt dated April 27, 1942 lists his date of birth as January 4, 1883 in Brunswick Co., VA. He is living with his wife, Mrs. Nancy Britt, at 1523 Barron Street in Portsmouth, VA. He is working at the Norfolk Navy Yard and his physical description is 5' 710 3/4", 185 lbs with blue eyes, gray hair and ruddy complexion.
Daniel's WWI Draft Registration Card records his date of birth as January 4, 1883 and his wife as Nancy Sholes Britt. They are living at 1523 Barron Street in Portsmouth, VA and he is working as a plumber at the Norfolk Navy Yard.
Ida married Isaac Edward Britt, son of Col. Isaac Turner Britt Jr. and Martha A. Powell, circa 1882 in Brunswick Co., VA. (Isaac Edward Britt was born in Jan 1851 in Brunswick Co., VA. and died after 1900 in Brunswick Co., VA..)