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The Nance memorial : a history of the Nance family in general, but more particularly of Clement Nance of Pittsylvania County, Virginia and descendants, containing historical and biographical records with family lineage

by Geo. W. Nance
Books/Monographs/Book on Digital Images
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2012

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Digital images of original published: Bloomington, Ill. : J.E. Burke, 1904. xvi, 354 p. : ill., coat of arms, geneal. tables, ports.

Clement Nance was born in Virginia, ca. 1756. He married Mary Jones, ca. 1775, in Virginia, and all of their children were born there, the first in 1776. In 1803, he and his wife and most of their children, and their children, left Pittsylvania County and settled in Kentucky. After remaining in Kentucky about eighteen months, Clement determined to press on to Indiana Territory. They settled just below the present site of New Albany, Indiana. Clement later moved to the western part of Franklin township. His will was probated 14 August 1828. Descendants lived in Indiana, Illinois, Texas and elsewhere.

Also includes the families of Zachariah Nance (d. 1772 of Charles City County, Virginia); David Nance (soldier in the Revolution, of Virginia); William Nance (of Pittsylvania Co., Virginia); Richard Nance (b. ca. 1714, of Bedford County, Virginia); John Nance (d. 1867, of North Carolina and Tennessee) and other Nance families.

Includes indexes.

Nance is also spelled Nantz.

Includes the Burton, Shaw, Shields, Oatman, Richardson and other related families.

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