She was never married. She was listed as deaf and dumb on the 1850 census
He submitted an affidavit on 30 March 1889, saying that he was 67 years old
and the brother of John who died of disease in the hospital in Louisville. So
that Eliza Ann Graham Fisher could get a pension.
!CENSUS RECORDS: 4 Sep 1850 District #2, Jefferson, Kentucky film #442973,
Isaac's mother Ellen and sister Ann were living with him.
She was 23, in 1850, living with her brother James.
Another marriage date of 23 Feb 1811 also in Shelby County is given for this same couple.
He was 70 in 1860 living in Orange County, Indiana.
He was 28 in 1860 living with his father.
He was 26 in 1860 living with his father.
He was 59 in 1850, living in Marion Twp, Putnam, Indiana.
She was 53 in 1850.
He was 20 in 1850.
He was 16 in 1850.
She was 15 in 1850.
She was 9 in 1850.
CENSUS RECORDS: 30 July 1850 Bono Twp, Lawrence, Indiana page #333, family #131/131
FISHER, Rebecca age 53, female, KY
FISHER, Celinda age 27, female, IN
FISHER, Elijah age 21, male, farmer, IN
FISHER, Levi age 19, male, farmer, IN
BARNARD, Desire age 14, female, IN
BARNARD, Samuel age 8, male, IN
HAINES, Joseph age 2, male, IN
CENSUS RECORDS: 19 July 1860 Marion Twp, Lawrence, Indiana page #820, family #566/566
FISHER, Nathan age 18, male, laborer, $300, IN (Why is an 18 yr old head of house instead of one of the older ones in this house being the head? Is Nathan a grandson of Rebecca's?)
FISHER, Levi age 28, male, IN
FISHER, Kissie age 24, female, IN (Is this Kissie really Desire Barnard from 1850 or is she a wife to Levi?)
FISHER, Samuel age 18, male, IN (Is he really the Samuel Barnard of 1850?)
FISHER, Rebecca age 60, female, NC (It says NC this time instead of KY, but it could have been a neighbor or someone giving the information.)
He served in the Rev. War, as a private and ranger in a Company of Light Horse under Captain Peter Rush. Pension #3612.
On the 21 August 1795, his brothers and sisters deeded him half of his fathers land (111 1/2 acres) called "Clover Field" situated on White Oak Run 1/2 mile above where it empties into Tonolway Creek. Ten days later he sold the land and moved to Jefferson county, Kentucky on Floyd's Fork near Fairmont. In 1801, he moved across the county land to Wilsonville on Plum Creek in Shelby county (now Spencer county) Kentucky. In 1817 he and his family moved to Vernon, Washington, Indiana. They remained in Indiana until 1830 when they returned to Kentucky and settled again in Fairmont where they both died. They were early members of the Chenoweth Run Baptist Church which was disolved in 1832. On 19 May 1832 Deborah, was one of the founding members of the new Cedar Creek Baptist Church and Peter joined 14 July 1832.
In 1850 she is living with her daughter Hannah.
She died at the home of her daughter Hannah Graham Hardy.
He was 55 in 1860 living in Orange County, Kentucky.
She was 55 in 1860.
She was 15 in 1860.