Gill & Warren:
Aug. 24, 1812, Pulaski County KY
Angill Gill to Nancy Warren
bondsman Jas. Rattiker
father Burris Warren consent.
......and I have a second marriage for Angill Gill.
Gill & Helton:
Nov. 4, 1818, Christian County KY
Angel Gill to Peggy Gill
Sec Stephen Stone
(She is Peggy Helton)
1820 Hickman County TN Census
Nancy Gill 100000-20300-00
John Walker (Is this the same Pulaski County KY John Walker?)
I think Nancy Warren Gill is near her family in Hickman County TN after her and Angill Gill go separate ways ===========================================================
Gill & Walker:
Jan 21, 1824, Pulaski County KY; Nancy Gill to John Walker, Robert Murphy bondsman.
Gill & Murphy:
May 16, 1798 Pg 56 Lincoln County KY
Aaron Gill to Elizabeth Murphy
Robert Graves as surety
Consent father Thomas Murphy
Witnessed by Aaron Collyer and Robert Graves.
May 15, 1800, Pulaski County KY
John Gill to Nancy Murphy
d/o Thomas Murphy
Aaron Gill on bond.
There are other many Gill & Murphy ties in Pulaski County.
I am trying to determine that Nancy Gill are two separate women.
Do you have ties into Hickman County TN with John Walker or are they two separate men?
I have a DNA test for Angill Gill second marriage with Peggy Helton and a 37 marker perfect DNA match with what I think is Angill Gill first marriage Nancy Warren.
I cannot determine proof child (George Gill b abt 1814) is Angill and Nancy Gill child yet......
So the 1820 census, Nancy Gill with young male child on the 1820 Hickman County TN Census is on my radar.
Your research notes are of importance to me regarding the Nancy Gill in Pulaski County.
The Nancy Warren b abt 1790/91 would not correspond with your 1806 ref to Nancy Gill birth as stated her age of 44 in the 1850 census you note.
I have no record of Nancy Gill in Pulaski County other than the marriage record to John Walker.
Email me to exchange thoughts....
please and thanks
AGillT1 <at> hotmail <dot> com
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