In 1850, the Martin family was living in Union, Georgia. The household was headed by William S, and included his wife, Sarah Ann, and their children Martha, Mary, Nancy, and Sussannah. Wiliam was farming with property worth $500.
By the time of the 1860 US Census, Nancy had married Thomas Jefferson Norman (January 1, 1858, but a citation is needed), and they, along with their eldest son, John Wesley Norman, were living in Scott, Virginia. Thomas was farming and Nancy was keeping house. Their personal belongings were valued at $10.
In 1870, the Normans were living Grainger (Sullivan), Tennessee. Thomas was the head of the household, which included his wife, Nancy, and two sons, John and Joseph. Thomas was farming and Nancy was keeping house. They had personal property worth $200.
The Normans were living in Sullivan County, Tennessee in 1880. Thomas was farming, his eldest son, John, was working as a laborer, and Nancy was keeping house. The household included Thomas and Nancy, and their children, John W, Joseph H, Samuel P, Walter G, James H, and Nancy R.
Nancy died July 16, 1891 in Kingsport, Sullivan, Tennessee and was buried in the Arcadia Cemetery, Kingsport, Sullivan, Tennessee.
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