She was the first wife of Revolutionary War patriot William Allee, to whom she was married by a Baptist Minister, with the consent of her father, in Barren County, Kentucky, on January 7, 1820. (The license was issued on December 24, 1819). 
She bore her husband at least four sons (descendants of whom applied for DAR membership) before her death on September 16, 1845, in California, Moniteau County, Missouri. At least one daughter and four additional sons are suggested by other researchers.
Pages 94-95, Rev. David Allee: "...William married to Anna Hill ... After the Allee families got settled, William and Nicholas, both of whom had married daughters of Mildred Hines "Granny" Hill, returned to Kentucky and brought their mother-in-law and the remainder of her family, including six sons to this county. They settled on land next to that of the Allee's. "Granny" Hill, whose husband died in Kentucky, became the origin of most of the Hill families in this vicinity."
"MARRIAGE CONSENT FOR MARRIAGE OF WILLIAM ALLE TO MARRY ANNY R HILL Surities by Reen Hill, Consent of her father, Isaac Hill Bond signed by William Allee and Reen (X) Hill 12/24/1819 SEPARATE PAPER FROM THE ONE ABOVE: "i HERE BY CERTIFY THAT wILLIAM ALLEE HAS OBTAINED LEAVE OF ME TO MARRY MY DAUGHTER ANNA R HILL. IN WITNESS I HAVE SET MY HAND, SEAL. ISAAC HILL (teste) John Hill and Reen (X) Hill
ACTUAL MARRIAGE TOOK PLACE 07 JAN 1820 BY REV RALPH PETTY, BAPTIST MINISTER"
Second Source: 1720 --- William Allee married Anny R. Hill -- Consent: Bride's Father - Isaac Hill -- Witnesses: Green Hill and John Hill -- Married: January 7, 1820 ----- MARRIAGE RECORDS OF BARREN COUNTY, KENTUCKY 1799-1849, by Martha Reneau, page: 2.
1860 --- U. S.Federal Census Township 45 Range 15, Moniteau County, Missouri -- Dwelling Number: 1748 - Line: 29 - Page: 787 - Microfilm Roll: 634 ----- Wm. Allee 60 (head) Kentucky -- Nancy 50 (wife) Virginia -- T. E. 20 (son) Missouri -- Nicholas 18 (son) Missouri -- A. P. 10 (son) Missouri -- Martha Birdsong 1 (granddaughter) Missouri -- Mary E. Birdsong 1 (granddaughter) Missouri --- Source Information: Ancestry.com. 1860 United States Federal Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009. Images reproduced by FamilySearch. --- Original data: 1860 U.S. census, population schedule. NARA microfilm publication M653, 1,438 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.
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