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Vance, George W.: b. SC Abt. 1807 - ?(1850-60) m. Mary ? b. SC Abt.
1811 - ?
My line: George W.>Allice E. Vance m.
William Mills Ransom
Counties: 1850 & 1860 Monroe County, MS (but George is not
listed with Mary Vance and her son, Acey Vance, in 1860)
Research question(s)/additional information: They lived in
TN from at least 1834 to 1843 (the first 5 children were b. TN) and were in MS
by at least 1847, when their youngest daughter was born. What brought this
family to Monroe County, MS? He is shown as a planter on the 1850 census,
with a value of land of $5,000. His wife, Mary, and son Acey Vance are
found alone in Monroe County census of 1860 - what happened to George W. Vance?
His daughter, Allice E. Vance m. William Mills Ransom in Monroe County, MS in
December of 1857.
Contact: Allison M.
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