Rhode Island, USA
Nancy (Franklin) Irons was born c. December of 1777 in Rhode Island. She was married to the Rev. Daniel Irons on __________ __, 18__ at __________, __________. Rev. Daniel Irons was a Baptist Minister. Only three children are known to have been born to Daniel and Nancy at this time, but there were almost certainly many more.
In the 1830 census the Daniel Irons family is found in Parma Township, Monroe County, New York. In the early 1830's the Irons family moved to the Ann Arbor, Michigan area. They may be the D. M. Irons family who are found in Grass Lake Township, Jackson County, Michigan in the 1840 census. Jackson County is the county directly west of Washtenaw County, where Ann Arbor, Michigan is located.
Daniel Irons most likley died in the 1840's near Ann Arbor and at the time of the 1850 census, Nancy is found residing in Oakland County, Michigan with her daughter and son-in-law, Isaac and Mary A. (Irons) Place. In the 1850's, Nancy came to Knox County, Illinois, to live with or near her daughter and son-in-law George W. & Amanda (Irons) Brown. In the 1860 census of Knox County, she is listed as Mary Irons and is found in Oneida Township living with the ______________ family near her daughter and son-in-law, George W. & Amanda (Irons) Brown. Nancy (Franklin) Irons died on November __, 1862 in Knox County, Illinois, where she is buried in the Abingdon Cemetery in Abingdon, Illinois.
1110 Mary Irons 83 F RI
Mary A. Irons Place (1813 - 1892)*
David D. Irons (1816 - 1863)*
Amanda M Irons Brown (1822 - 1888)*
Maintained by: Baxter B. Fite III
Originally Created by: Florence Banks
Record added: Oct 21, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 8007238