John Edward Nance

John Edward Nance
December 5, 1835-March 15, 1909

Alternate Spelling: John E. Nance
1860 Residence: Bladen County, NC

Military Record
May 3, 1861- Enlisted in Bladen County, NC
18th North Carolina Regiment, Company B
Rank: Private
May 27, 1862 – Wounded in the jaw and captured at Hanover Court House, VA
Confined at Fort Monroe, VA
August 5, 1862 – Exchanged at Aiken’s Landing, James River, VA
Through October 1862 – Reported Absent Without Leave
Prior to January 2, 1863 – Returned to Duty
February 23, 1865 – Deserted to the Enemy
February 24, 1865 – Took the Oath of Allegiance

Parents
Daniel Mullington Nance 1805-1870
Catherine Munn 1810-1878

Siblings
Mary Elizabeth Nance 1828-1870
Sarah J. Nance 1831-1831
Daniel Wynn Nance 1832-1864        40th NC 2nd Co K
Elizabeth Ann Nance 1837-1912
Joseph F. Nance 1840-1861        18th NC Co B
Patience Caroline Nance 1842-1916
Francis Lewis Nance 1845-1926        18th NC Co B
Margaret Catherine Nance 1848-1910
Lucy Mariah Nance 1850-1923
Martha Victoria Nance 1854-1932

Wife
Martha Ann Hammonds 1838-1874

Children
Mary Lou Nance 1866-1939
Susan Rose Nance 1868-1956
James Nance 1869
Charles G. Nance 1871
Jane Nance 1877-1956
Martha V. Nance 1880-1932
Edward Strange Nance 1880-1916

Wife
Mary Ann Norman Speight 1861-1949

Children
Flora Jane Nance 1892-1973
George Mullington Nance 1893-1973
Martha Delia Nance 1898-1967

Burial
Speights Cemetery
Highway 211 S.
Lumberton, NC

John Edward Nance Grave

John Edward Nance Grave