That's a good point about Lucinda Hansey. Looking at the 1860 and 1870 censuses, it looks like she was married to Green J. Hansey but I don't see any children fitting the age/name of Sudie. As you have Sudie's surname as Brown, from the son's draft record no less, I would tend to go with that.
It's possible Hansey wasn't the mother-in-law as we know it to mean today. Often, they were more liberal with descriptions of relatives at that time...though I can't come up with anything that would make sense. She probably fits in somewhere so she shouldn't be discounted. From the earlier censuses, it looks like she had several children.
A good source would be Sudie's death certificate if you haven't already ordered it. It should give the names of the parents.
Do you know anything else of these Browns? Any siblings that you know of? I can check and see if I can turn up Sudie before she was married.
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