It looks like you're correct! I didn't look ahead to 1900, or I would have made the connection. It's a little confusing since William and Martha are in Jackson County in 1880 but then back in Perry County in 1900. What makes it a little more confusing is that my great-great grandfather William Shepherd, who did live in Jackson County in 1900, indicated in the 1900 census that he is a widower and in 1910 that he had been married once before. It was also odd to me that none of the children present with his wife Martha were around in 1900; I had just figured that they had gotten married or died.
Thank you so much for your info! Looks like I need to do some more research....
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