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Hi this is Tamara again, I have been doing alot of digging the last few weeks, I have found old papers of my grandparents that say James "Old James" Sisemore's dad's name is also James Sisemore from Tenn. married to Becky, an Indian, no dates but probably born about 1790, if anyone knows anything please respond, I am working on a family tree for my father for Christmas, also need to know if anyone still lives or visits Madison County were we are from, and knows where my Great-Grandpa Robert C. Sisemore's Old Farm is at, my grandpa died before he took my dad there, and my dad is sick, and I would like to take him there to see it, my grandpa use to tell my father about all the things and places he and his siblings use to do there, dad says, the barn is part of a bluff, and even in the late 1800's they had running water in the house, feed from a stream, this place also had a house in a cave,and my grandpaa uncle Scott Parker took care of the place for many years after Great grandma Rena Died, would really like some more info on this, my grandparents moved to Johnson swicth when my father was just a toddler so he don't remember the way or anything, thanks, Tamara