Tennessee Prison Records
Culverson Phillips

Transcribed and Edited by Paul W. Lemasters
Copyright by Paul W. Lemasters

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PHILLIPS, Culverson was reed in the Penitentiary on the fifth day of November One Thousand eight hundred & Thirty four. He is five feet eight inches in height, Twenty one years old & weights One hundred & Seventy five pounds, Black eyes, Black hair & dark complexion, very full, broad face & stout built. Has a scar about the center of the left eyebrow. Was born in Mecklenburg County, N. Carolina & brought up in Bunkum County in the same State. His Father & Mother reside in Campbell C[oun]ty, Tennessee. He was found guilty of Petit Larceny at the Circuit Court of Claibourne County & sentenced to one years confinement in the Jail & Penitentiary House of the State of Tennessee. Labourer. Culverson PHILLIPS was discharged by Expiration of Sentence December 9th 1835. Being detained thirty five days for Misconduct. Conduct generally good. SOURCE: Convict Record Book, 1831-1842, Record Group 25. Volume 45. Tennessee State Library and Archives Microfilm, Prison Records. RG 25, Roll No. 23, page 135.

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