14 August 1845 - William H. Nance was born to Allan P. Nance and Elizabeth J. Waldran in Kentucky
1850 Census - Enumerated in Marshall County, KY with parents and siblings
1860 Census - ...
3 March 1864 Married 1st wife, Lucy Ann Miller, in Campbell County, Georgia (parents Abraham and Lucy Miller)
5 Nov 1865 - Son, William Allen Nance born in Georgia
10 April 1867 - Son, Ephriam Irvin Nance born in Georgia
1869 - Son, Warren Benson Nance born in Kentucky
Between 1867 and 1869 the family moved from Georgia to Marshall County, KY
1870 Census 21 June 1870 - Enumerated Benton, Marshall Co, KY
1 September 1870 - Son, Warren Benson Nance died and is buried at Oak Level Methodist Church, Marshall County, KY
9 Oct 1872 - Son, Leonidus Miller Nance born in Marshall County, KY
1872 - Daughter, Mary Magelena "Maggie" Nance born in Marshall County, KY
1880 Census - Benton, Marshall County, KY
4 Jan 1900 - Lucy Ann Miller Nance died and is buried at Oak Level Cemetery, Marshall County, KY
1900 Census - On 9 June 1900, Lucy is still listed as living with William H. Nance, next door to their daughter Mary "Maggie" Ray
Married 2nd wife Lucy Ann Blewitt (Born 25 Dec 1835 in GEORGIA)
1910 Census - enumerated in Marshall County, KY with 2nd wife Lucy Blewitt Nance
1920 Census - enumerated in Marshall County, KY with 2nd wife Lucy Blewitt Nance
16 May 1922 - William H. Nance died and is buried at the Oak Level Cemetery, Marshall County, KY Death Certificate
1930 Census - Lucy Blewitt Nance enumerated in Marshall County, Kentucky
Dec 28, 1932 Lucy Ann Blewitt Nance died and is buried Palma, Marshall County Kentucky. at the Blewitt Cemetery.
William H. Nance may have been in Georgia during 1860 but so far, I have not found a census record for him there. Additionally, I have not had time to research to see
if he served in the Civil War. Some of the KY families were confederates and others were yankee I don't know about William, yet!
I work for accuracy but I don't always get it right. Remember to check sources and continously look for additional information. If you have Nance connections, consider dna testing. You never
know what you'll find!