Nancy (Annie)* Tull
- Born: 1770-1780, MD
- Marriage (1): David Brown before 1792 in MD
- Died: 1841-1849, Worcester Co., MD
*The Tull surname for the wife of David Brown is speculative based upon a son of David/Nancy Brown (1763/5-183x) being named George Tull Brown. Was George Tull a grandfather of George Tull Brown? There is a George Tull in the area of the Brown family in the Somerset Tax Lists which survive up to 1759. While there is a George Tull in the Pocomoke Hundred for many years up to 1759, we see an instance where a second George Tull shows up in 1759, Wicomico Hundred, a dependent of William Smith and next to Owens, Hopkins, Disharoon and Christopher families in what is near modern-day Fruitland, MD. This compiler believes that this George Tull is whom the George Tull Brown becomes to be named after and quite possibly is Brown's grandfather. Since, to get listed on the Tax Lists, males had to be age 15, and there is no surviving list for 1758, we might assume the George Tull of Wicomico turned age 15 in either 1758 or 1759, placing a birth year of 1743/44 and that fits nicely into the required timeframe to fit this specultive thesis.
Nancy married David Brown, son of George Brown and Nanny (?), before 1792 in MD. (David Brown was born in 1763-1765 in MD 1 and died in 1831-1839 in Worcester Co., MD 1.)