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Nancy WESTAge: 52 years17601812

Name
Nancy WEST
Given names
Nancy
Surname
WEST
Birth 1760
Note: According to Gregory-Love Tree from ancestry.com. Unverified.
MarriageJohn CHAPMANView this family
1785 (Age 25 years)
Note: According to Gregory-Love Tree from ancestry.com. Unverified.
Birth of a daughter
#1
Zillah CHAPMAN
January 1, 1800 (Age 40 years)

Birth of a daughter
#2
Nancy CHAPMAN
yes

Note: Evidence that Nancy Chapman's Father is John Chapman. Solomon was husband of Zillah, daughter of jo…
Death of a husbandJohn CHAPMAN
1812 (Age 52 years)
Note: Some records indicate John Chapman Sr died in 1811 but other records such as the Military records for the War of 1812 in LA and the LA census of 1812 indicate he was alive then. His death was evident in the records for Zillah and her siblings in court in 1815.
Death March 1812 (Age 52 years)
Note: According to Gregory-Love Tree from ancesctry.com. Unverified.
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Marriage: 1785South Carolina
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Birth

According to Gregory-Love Tree from ancestry.com. Unverified.

Marriage

According to Gregory-Love Tree from ancestry.com. Unverified.

Death

According to Gregory-Love Tree from ancesctry.com. Unverified.

Note

According to unverified claims on the Chapman list on ancestry.com, John and Nancy Chapman left a will in St Tammany parish.

Note

Legal Records Concerning Family of John Chapman and Nancy West (Transcribed by Nancy Mallory Archer, Feb. 2011)

Know all men by these present that we William West and Littleberry West both of the Parish of St. Tammany, and State of Louisiana are held and firmly bound unto James Tate Esquire Parish Judge for St. Tammany or his successor in office in the sum of Three hundred and seventy five 62/100 dollars lawful money of the United States to be paid to the said James Tate Esquire or his successor in office attorneys, heirs, executor, administrators, or assigns to which payment will and truly to be made we do bind ourselves and each of us for and in the whole, our and each of our heirs, executor administrator and assigns jointly and severally by these presents sealed with our seals and dated the Eighth day of November 1815. In condition of the above obligation is such whereas Zilla Chapman a minor over the age of 14 did petition the Honorable court of Probate praying…….

The next document reads: Court of Probate Nov. 8th 1815 This day came before me James Tate Judge of said Court Zillah Chapman one of the heirs of William West deceased a minor over the age of fourteen and being examined apart saith that she makes choice of her Brother in John Chapman to be her Curator and in all things to attend to the administration of her concerns and asks the said John to be confirmed by the Court in said appointment. By her mark – Zilla Chapman Signed, James Tate Judge, St. Tammany

The next document reads: Know all ___by their presents that we John Chapman and Jesse Chapman both of the Parish of St. Tammany and State of Louisiana are held and firmly bound unto James Tate Esquire Parish Judge for St. Tammany or his successor in Office in the sum of Three Hundred and seventy five dollars 62/ lawful money of the United States to be paid to the said James Tate Esquire or his successor in Office their certain Attorney, heirs, executors, administrators or assigns, to which payment will and truly to be made we do bind ourselves and each of us for and in the whole, our and each of our heirs, executors administrators and assigns jointly and severally by their presents sealed with our seal and dated the Eighth day of November one thousand eight hundred and fifteen. The condition of the above obligation is such whereas Wiley Chapman a Minor under the age of fourteen this day did Petition the Honorable Court of Probate praying that John Chapman might be appointed his Curator which by appointment was Confirmed by the said Court. Now therefore if the said John Chapman will well and faithfully discharge the duty of Curator as directed by the Laws of this State then this obligation to be void otherwise to remain in full force and verture. By his mark – John Chapman and Jesse Chapman Signed Sealed and Delivered in the presence of us