Birth: BET. 1790 - 1800 in Virginia
Maiden name may have been Watts.
In 1846 after the death of John Watts Crunk in Wilson County, 1843, Nancy Crunk assigned a tract of land to Willis & Levisa Bradshaw (Wilson County, Tennessee Deed Bk. W, p. 2, 8 Oct 1846). Believe this tract was a 75 acre farm purchased by John Watts C. in 1835, that Nancy was widow of Felix, son of John Watts Crunk. & Levisa Bradshaw a daughter of Felix & Nancy Crunk.
4) Wilson County, Tennessee Deed Books, N/Z, 1829/53;
a) p. 274; Book V, 30 Sep 1854, p. 314: A. W. Vick to Nancy Crunk & Levisa Bradshaw about one acre on Barton's Creek. Bounded: Levina Holman.
b) p. 291; Book W, 8 Oct 1846, p. 2: Nancy Crunk relinquishes her claim to a tract of land to Levisa Bradshaw and Willis Bradshaw.
c) p. 91; Book Q, 29 Sep 1835, p. 128: Abraham Powell to John W(atts) Crunk, 75 acres on Round Lick Creek.
d) Interpret above to indicate Nancy, widow of Felix, lived with her father-in-law, John Watts Crunk, after death of Felix, ca.1829; that she inherited his 75 acre farm & quit claimed the land to her daughter & son-in-law who later purchased a lot (and house) for her to establish an independent household.
Felix Crunk b: ABT. 1794 in Virginia
- George W. Crunk b: NOV 1822 in Lincoln County, Tennessee
- Levisa Crunk b: ABT. 1823
- Second Daughter b: ABT. 1824
- Third Daughter b: ABT. 1827
- Felix G. W. Crunk b: 1827 in Lincoln County, Tennessee