Jobe and Lucinda (Ladd Warren) Fisher were the parents of notorius lawman, outlaw, rancher John King Fisher who became infamous in the Nueces Strip of south Texas. Lucy Ladd married ________ Warren then married Jobe Fisher. I don't know how Lucy Ladd's first husband is related to Abel Warren, if at all.
Jobe Fisher (1827-1906) ran for election of brigidier general of the 21th Brigade, Cooke County, T.S.T. but did not get elected. In January 1864, Jobe Fisher enlised in Capt. James G. Hill's Company, Maj. William Quayle's 21st Brigade, Cooke County, T.S.T. This information is found in Patti Rochette's book.
In the summer of 1864, Jobe Fisher deserted and moved his family to Florence, Texas when John King Fisher was 9 years old. John Wesley Hardin who was born in Fannin County and John King Fisher who was born in Collin County, were the same age.
John King Fisher and his friend and gunfighter Ben Thompson were killed in a gun battle with the owner of a theater in San Antonio.