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NUNNALLY married McCANTS
Posted by: Kathye Upham (ID *****5524) Date: January 05, 2009 at 16:33:44
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NUNNALLY married McCANTS
William H. NUNNALLY married Victoria Jane [McCANTS] on
29 Nov 1852 in Chambers County, Alabama where she lived.
Source: Alabama Marriages, 1800-1920
Spouse 1: William H. Nunnally Spouse 2: Victoria McCants Marriage Date: 29 Nov 1852 Marriage Place: Chambers Performed By: M. G. Surety/Perf. Name: J. W. Starr

Death of William H. NUNNALLY :
Empire State- Spalding County Week of August 16,1856
"At a called communication of Meridian Sun Lodge, held at the lodge Room, Griffin, August 3rd, A. L. 1856, the following preamble and resolutions were passed: Whereas, in the inscrutable, yet wise and just providence of God, it has pleased Him to call from our midst our well beloved brother, Wm. H. NUNNALLY to a higher sphere of worth.
Resolved, that these resolutions be published in the city papers, and a copy of the same be forwarded to his family. D. A. Johnson, F. Dismukes, J. J. Douglas, Committee"

Identification :
William H. NUNNALLY was the son of Dr. Josiah Elam Nunnally Sr and 2nd wife Mrs Tabitha [MATTOX] Weems who married 29 Apr 1828 in Pike County, Georgia.

The husband and children of Victoria Jane [McCants] were clearly identified in Item Seven of his father's will which was probated 06 Aug 1861 in Spalding Co, Georgia.

"Seventh--- I give to my son William H., one negroe boy named Sanford and Martha a girl with her increase as long as he lives, and after his death to his two sons, Willoford & Grotier as long as they shall live, and the bed and furniture and other items delivered before the signing these presents to their mother Victoria Jane."

My deepest thanks to cousin Bob Klebs for transcribing the above documents from the original handwritten sources.


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