Person:Sarah Vance (25)

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Sarah Sharpe VANCE
m. 3 JAN 1833
  1. Thomas Jefferson VANCE1835 - AFT 1870
  2. Sarah Sharpe VANCE1838 - 1897
  3. John Hugh VANCE1840 - 1863
  4. Martha VANCE1842 - 1856
  5. Daniel Brevard VANCE1845 - 1921
  • HIsaac TURNER1827 - 1888
  • WSarah Sharpe VANCE1838 - 1897
m. 29 MAR 1855
  1. Martha J TURNER1856 - 1873
  2. Bettie TURNER1857 - 1858
  3. Francis Lee Turner1859 -
  4. William C TURNER1861 - 1888
  5. Annah Eliza TURNER1862 - 1896
  6. Sallie TURNER1867 - 1867
  7. Isaac T TURNER1868 - 1900
  8. Daniel Vance TURNER1870 - 1888
  9. John Joseph TURNER1872 - 1933
  10. Edna Lenora TURNER1874 - 1907
  11. Zora Belle TURNER1876 - 1941
  12. Hattie S TURNER1878 - 1888
  13. Mary Tennessee TURNER1879 - 1971
  14. James Bowie TURNER1881 - 1938
Facts and Events
Name Sarah Sharpe VANCE
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] 25 FEB 1838 Lebanon, Wilson, Tennessee, United States
Census[2] 5 OCT 1850 Wilson, Tennessee, United StatesCivil District No 9
Marriage 29 MAR 1855 Cannon, Tennessee, United Statesnear Woodbury
to Isaac TURNER
Census[6] 9 Aug 1860 DeKalb, Tennessee, United States10th District, Smithville PO
Census[7] 1 Jul 1870 Cannon, Tennessee, United StatesDistrict 6, Woodbury PO
Census[8] 26 Jun 1880 Hill, Texas, United States
Census[5] JUN 1890 Hill, Texas, United StatesJustice Precinct 3
Death[3] 11 JUL 1897 Abbott, Hill, Texas, United States
Burial[4] ABT 12 JUL 1897 Hill, Texas, United StatesChatt-Jessie Cemetery
References
  1. S S Turner birth, in Turner Family Bible remnants. (privately held), Primary quality.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Sarah Vance entry, 1850 US Census, in United States Federal Census. (Ancestry.com/FamilySearch.org), 5 Oct 1850, Primary quality.

    Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: District 9, Wilson, Tennessee; Roll M432_901; Page: 396A; Image: 172.

  3. Isaac Turner records- James A Matthews letter, in Federal Military Pension Application - Civil War and Later Complete File. (NATF 85D), 16 Sep 1897, Primary quality.

    In light of Sarah Turner's death, son-in-law James A Matthews requests pension benefits for Sarah's minor children

  4. I Turner plot, in Chatt-Jessie Cemetery, Primary quality.

    "I Turner" plot- approx 6" granite border around area, large enough for 5-6 graves, no markers or any indicators of names of others buried here. Assumption: Sarah Turner and several of younger children are probably buried here.

  5. Sarah S Turner entry, 1890 Veterans Schedules, in Special Schedules of the Eleventh Census (1890) Enumerating Union Veterans and Widows of Union Veterans of the Civil War. (Ancestry.com), Jun 1890, Primary quality.

    Reference number: Source Citation: Year: 1890; Census Place: Precinct 3, Hill, Texas; Roll 100; Page: 1; Enumeration District: 110.

  6. Sarah Turner entry, 1860 US Census, in United States Federal Census. (Ancestry.com/FamilySearch.org), 9 Aug 1860, Primary quality.

    Year: 1860; Census Place: District 10, De Kalb, Tennessee; Roll: M653_1247; Page: 158; Image: 319

  7. Sarah S Turner entry, 1870 US Census, in United States Federal Census. (Ancestry.com/FamilySearch.org), 1 Jul 1870, Primary quality.

    Year: 1870; Census Place: District 6, Cannon, Tennessee; Roll: M593_1516; Page: 161; Image: 321.

  8. Sarah S Turner entry, 1880 US Census, in United States Federal Census. (Ancestry.com/FamilySearch.org), 26 Jun 1880, Primary quality.

    Year: 1880; Census Place: , Hill, Texas; Roll: T9_1311; Family History Film: 12553