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14. Ann OVERMAN was born on 7 August 1714.2

Married Daniel Chancey. His sister was Ruth who married a Baker, ancestor of researcher friend, Francie Lane.

Chancey Ancestry Message Board Post, 13 May 2000.
Daniel was the son of Edmund Chancey Jr., and Sarah Keile, and was born about 1714 in Pasquotank County, NC. He married Ann Overman April 12, 1733 in Pasquotank/Perquimans NC.
Their children included Rachel Chancey, b. August 07, 1741 m. Samuel Stout, December 16, 1762 at Cane Creek, Orange County, NC.
Mary Chancey, b. abt 1742, m. Walter J Jackson, May 12, 1762, at Cane Creek, Orange County, NC.
Pleasant Chancey, b. 1745, m. Daniel Smith, February 15, 1776, at Cane Creek, Orange County, NC.
No sons have been positively identified.
Daniel and Ann moved to Bladen County, NC about 1754, where he apparently died in 1760, as Ann returned to Pasquotank, January 1761, requested a certificate from the Quakers there to relocate to Cane Creek, and married out of unity with the Quakers, September, 1761, and was dismissed from the order. Daniel had 3 brothers, Stephen, Zachariah and Jacob, 2 sisters, Rachel and Ruth.

Ann OVERMAN and Daniel CHANCEY were married on 7 March 1733/4 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina.9 Daniel CHANCEY9, son of Edmund CHANCEY and Sarah KEILE, was born in 1714 in Pasquotank County, North Carolina.11 He died in Bladen County, North Carolina.11


Pasquotank MM/Simons Creek MM:
1733/4, 12, 7 David Chancey ltm Amee Overman [transcription is probably in error, this was Daniel and Anne]
1735, 3,1. Daniel Chancey dis.
1737, 6, 4 Daniel Chancey rpd rem to Opeking, VA [Opequon] with a cert of his own writing; friends there informed he stood in no unity here.
1751, 3. 2. Daniel Chancey requested reinstatement - received in Feb. of 1754 along with a certificate to Cape Fare [Fear] Friends.

Ann OVERMAN and Daniel CHANCEY had the following children:

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Rachel CHANCEY.