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 VANCEEst 1840 - 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).
  2. 2.0 2.1 Sarah Vance entry, 1850 US Census, in United States Federal Census. (Ancestry.com/FamilySearch.org)
    5 Oct 1850.

    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.

    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.

    "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.

    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.

    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.

    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.

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