She had a relationship with John Carlisle
After the death of her husband Nancy (Sims) Carlisle, sold her land and moved to Alabama and bought land in Demopolis, AL. (Source: Sandra Little)
There are various Columbus County, NC court records re: power-of-attorney, sale of land and the sale of "a Negro boy named William" for $201 to her son Joseph.
Columbus County, North Carolina
Abstracts of Deeds, Vol III. 1829 - 1840
19 Mar 1832
NANCY CARLISLE (Administratrix of te Estate of JOHN CARLISLE, Dec'd) to JOSEPH CARLISLE, BoS, 19 Mar 1832; $101m Negro Boy named William.
Wit: Benjamin Carlisle. Feb Term 1833 (E-222)
7 Jul 1832
NANCY CARLISLE (Administratrix of Estate of John Carlisle, Dec.d) to JOEL HILL, BoS, 7 Jul 1832; $104, Negro named Frank.
Wit: Joseph Carlisle & John D. Jones. Nov. Term 1832 (E-203)
Columbus County, North Carolina, Abstract of Deeds 1829 - 1840, Deed book E & F
7 Dec 1833
ROBERT CARLISLE, NANCY CARLISLE, ELIZABETH BRYAN, ABRAHAM HINSON & wife SUSANNAH HINSON, MARY HUTCHESON, JOSEPH CARLISLE, BRITTAN NICKOLS & wife DOROTHY NICHOLS & BENJAMIN CARLISLE (Heirs at law of JOHN CARLISLE) to DANIEL GORE, 7 Dec 1833: $10, 610 A. six tracts.
Wit: Hardy Hill, Henry Best & Ezekiel Haws. May Term 1838 (F-297 to 299)
NOTE: In the original document is also mentioned Walen McKeithan and his wife Abigal.
Copy of Land Patent on File.
Certificate No. 12,550
Nancy Carlisle of Washington County, Alabama.
The General Land Office of the United State
The Register of the Land Office at Demopolis ackNowledges that full payment has been made by
Nancy Carlisle for the sale of Public Lands for
"The West half of the North East Quarter of Section seventeen in township thirteen in Range four;
West, in the District of Lands subject to sale at Demopolis, Alabama, containing eighty acres and twelve hundreth of an acre"
In Testimony where of I, Martin Van Buren, President of the United States of America, have cause these Letter to be made Patent, and the seal of the General Land Office to he hereunto affixed.
Given under my hand, at the City of Washington, the second day ofNovember
in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty seven and of the
Independence of the United States the sixty second.
By the President: Martin Van Buren
By A. Van Buren, Sec'y
Joh (?) L. Wilson ---- (illeg)
Recorder of the General Land Office