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Nancy C. [WHITLOCK] and Thomas C. NUNLEE in 1880, 1900 ???
Posted by: Kathye [Payne] Upham (ID *****5524) Date: April 14, 2008 at 18:00:15
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Please share any information you can ?????????

Nancy [WHITLOCK] married Thomas NUNLEY 23 Jun 1872 in Colbert Co, Alabama. Nancy was the daughter of Hezekiah WHITLOCK and Matilda [GOFF] of Franklin and Colbert counties, AL.

Thomas signed his name "NUNLEE" on his CSA papers and his sons by his 1st marriage to Charlotte [PAINE] used that spelling also.

My cousin Jane thinks Thomas and Nancy could be her Great- grandparents: she has spent years and years trying to find either or both of them on the 1880 and 1900 census but has found no trace of either of them.

Her Great-grandfather, Augustus Harrison NUNELEE was born 28 Apr 1876 in Alabama and she hasn't been able to find him on the 1880 or 1900 census either. Thus she has never been able to settle the issue.

In 1910 Gus was was a HH in Denton Co TX, single, and living with only his Step-mother Martha age 60 born TN/Tn/Tn: no information was given as to whether she had any children. So, if Thomas and Nancy are Gus' parents they were both deceased by 1910.

Gus died 25 May 1913 in Texas when his only child was barely 9 months old and just 2 1/2 years after he married Mary Melviney [HERRON]. The state of Texas has no record of his death but it is believed he died in either Denton County where his daughter was born or Delta county where he is buried.

If you know anything at all about what happened to Thomas or Nancy would you please email me at the addy below ???
My heartfelt thanks,
Kathye Upham

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