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== Research Notes ==
== Research Notes ==
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(updated 10/6/2019)
Nancy is associated with the following family unit based upon various sources and reasoning. No documentation has yet been found which explicitly associates all the members. Here is the current state of the reasoning:
Nancy is associated with the following family unit based upon various sources and reasoning. No documentation has yet been found which explicitly associates all the members. Here is the current state of the reasoning:
Mary’s tombstone says she was wife of John. Mary is explicitly referred to as mother of Matilda in Matilda’s marriage record.
Mary’s tombstone says she was wife of John. Mary is explicitly referred to as mother of Matilda in Matilda’s marriage record.
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>Children: Nancy Ann (b. 1796), Basil (b. 1799), Mary (b. <1812), Sarah J. (b. 1807), James (b. 1810), Matilda (b. 1813), unnamed male (b. <1814)
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>Children: Nancy Ann (b. 1796), Basil (b. 1799), Sarah J. (b. 1807), James (b. 1810), Matilda (b. 1813), unnamed male (b. <1814)
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All children except Mary and the unnamed male were born in Maryland between 1790 and 1813. There’s no birthplace data for Mary or the unknown male.
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All children except the unnamed male were born in Maryland between 1790 and 1813. There’s no birthplace data for him.
The parents were both born in Maryland according to the later census records of the children.
The parents were both born in Maryland according to the later census records of the children.
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The persons are the only Avis’ born in Maryland who, in 1850/1860, were no longer in Maryland (except for [[Avis-261]], see below). The family may have originated in St. Mary’s Co., MD because Nancy was married there and a John was in the militia there in 1794 (two years before Nancy was born).
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These persons are the only Avis’ born in Maryland who, in 1850/1860, were no longer in Maryland (except for [[Avis-261]], see below). The family may have originated in St. Mary’s Co., MD because Nancy was married there and a John was in the militia there in 1794 (two years before Nancy was born).
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All the children settled in Nelson Co., KY with Sarah, James and Matilda continuing on to Perry Co., IN where mother Mary is buried. The were all married either in Maryland (Nancy), Nelson Co. (Basil, Mary, Matilda) or Perry Co. (James, Sarah).
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All the children settled in Nelson Co., KY with Sarah, James and Matilda continuing on to Perry Co., IN where mother Mary is buried. The were all married either in Maryland (Nancy), Nelson Co. (Basil, Matilda) or Perry Co. (James, Sarah). The unnamed male’s widow (Mary) was remarried in Nelson County.
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From the reported birthplaces and baptisms of children and a few deeds, they settled in Nelson Co. around 1826 and in Perry Co. in 1832. All the children lived out their lives in those two counties. The exception is Mary, of whom nothing is known after her marriage in Nelson Co. in 1833.
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From the reported birthplaces and baptisms of children and a few deeds, they settled in Nelson Co. around 1826 and in Perry Co. in 1832. All the children lived out their lives in those two counties.
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Mary’s children are also associated via their sponsorship of each other’s children at baptisms (except for Mary) or providing bond for marriages.
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Mary’s children are also associated via their sponsorship of each other’s children at baptisms or providing bond for marriages.
>[[Avis-261|David Avis]], another possible son:
>[[Avis-261|David Avis]], another possible son:


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