Her mother was Susan Sisco and her Father was John T Turner. They were not married. Phoebe was born when Susan was 16 and John T about 20. In November 1845 she was a ward of her Aunt Phoebe Ann Turner Sisco and John (Francisco) Sisco. I have hit a brick wall with Susan--I cannot find any information about her parents. Susan later married Hirum Campbell. Their daughter was Malinda and Son was H. Taylor Campbell MD (Giles County TN. If you have any information I would be most grateful. Jeanne
Hickman County Guardian and Administrative Settlements 1844-1846 page 88-89
"John Sisco guardian of Phebe Turner, Settlement Tn., Hickman County.: I have this day preeceded to settle with John Sisco, guardian of Phebe Turner, said guardian chargeable first to amount on a former settlement $249.53 3/4, second, to 2 1/2 years interest compounded $39.44, third one half of the estate of John, dec'd brother* of ward, with interest from last settlement, $147.65, as guardian of deceased, Cr by allowance for services $12, Cr by boarding, clothing, and schooling for 2 1/2 years $53, $67.04. Amount due to ward $369.58 3/4, respectfully submitted 1st Mon in November 1845. J. D. Easley, C & M of the County Court.
- Note: John Turner was actually Phebe's FATHER, not her brother.
James and Phoebe are with son Daniel in 1910 Hickman County, TN
Notes for JAMES SAMUEL BATES: SOURCES: 1850 Perry County, TN census, age 22, b: TN, farmer, in the household of John P. and Malinda Humphreys.
1860 Hickman County, TN census, age 31, b: TN, farmer next door to El Dryer and Thomas Duncan
1880 Hickman County, TN census, age 51, b: TN, farmer (Dist 10)
1900 Hickman County, TN census, age 71, b: TN, in the hom of Daniel and Etta Bates, father
Confederate Soldiers of Hickman County, TN 1996 "2nd Lt. - I Co., 48th (Voohries) TN Inf. TCW, p 31. Spence p. 190. ( ?-27 June 1879)."
Gil and Sonya Murray
Kathy Waggerman, 1899 History of Hickman County, Tennessee by: Spence
Headstone Beech Grove Cemetery, Hickman County, TN - shown December 31, 1908 Find A Grave Memorial# 45307248
Perry County, Tn. Deed Book I, page 537:
I, James S. Bates have this day sold and do hereby convey to Thomas Vickery and his heirs and assigns forever for five hundred and fifty dollars to me paid a female slave named Caroline age about seven years old I warrant the title to sd slave to the said Thomas Vickery and assigns forever against the lawful Claims of all persons I also warrant her to be sound and healthy and sensible and a slave for life this the 26th day of December 1854. James S. Bates (Seal) - Signed sealed and delivered in presents of us attest: Dennis Baucom - Andrew J. Bates
- ↑ Entered by Jeanne Aloia.
Record File Number
- Record File Number: geni:6000000015119378807
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