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Chris Nance
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« on: August 17, 2012, 03:35:57 PM »

Christopher Allen Nance 1971-Present and Danetta Lynn Nance (Russell) 1977-Present
Odie Allen Nance 1940-Present and Linda May Nance (Conklin) 1940-Present
Odie Oliver Nance 1904-1971 and Nellie Grace Nance (Maddix) 1904-1995
Thomas Clayton Nance 1861-1938 and Rhoda Nance (Freeman) 1881-1910
James M Nance 1825-1881 and Mary Ann Nance (Epps) 1836-1900
Marshall Nance 1771-1859 and Elizabeth Nance (Ivey) 1787-1865
Thomas Nance Sr. 1740-1811 and Elizabeth Ann Nance(Hudson) 1744-1808
Daniel Nance Jr.1706-1784 and Mary Nance 1710-????
Daniel Nance Sr.1680-???? and Elizabeth Nance 1686-1750
William Nance Sr 1648-1727 and Unknown
Richard Nance 1604-1665 and Alice Nance (Harry) 1604-1653
John Harry Nance 1585-1629 and Jane Nance (Johan) 1585-????

    Cornwall, England is where our ancestors were for perhaps several thousand years. I've been Deep Clade DNA tested and the "Haplogroup" subclade I am in is I2a2b which confirms the British Isles thousands of years ago.  I encourage a male from each Nance line to be tested.  Only a man can be tested for Y-DNA because only men have the Y-chromosome which is passed from father to son and does not change...Chris Nance
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« Reply #1 on: August 23, 2012, 12:20:55 AM »

Hi Chris,

I have added your pedigree at

Best Regards,
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