I agree that the Ida's are confusing.The Ida Chapman, age 19,at the end of Mr. Hawkins copy of estate records is Margaret Matilda Ida Chapman (January 21, 1861 - February 26, 1938) who married October 4, 1882 to Thomas Anthony 'Tommy' Dacus (March 12, 1860 - October 17. 1939), son of Arthur Arter Dacus and Elizabeth Thackston.Because of the estate information and the following information stating ages, it is unclear who Ida's father is.I have that Ida, born 1861, parents as John Wesley Dacus and Nancy Elizabeth Mullinix.In the 1866 estate records of Green E. Chapman it shows Ida Chapman chn. of John W. Chapman decd. But additional information at the end of Mr. Hawkins collected documents dated 8 Apr. 1879 it shows Nancy Chapman widow of John W. Chapman now 23 years.Wm. B. Chapman will be 21 years, June 15, 1879, Ida Chapman 19 years, Jan. 21, 1880.The Nancy widow of John W. Chapman caught my eye.Is there two John W. and Nancy Chapman's?This Nancy appears to be about 4 years older than Ida so that would make this John W., Ida's brother.So, was the eariler Ida the child of John W. Chapman or the child of Green E. Chapman.I have heard the story of there being a big Ida and a little Ida.The Ida married to Arthur Arter Dacus does not appear in the document of Mr. Hawkins nor do the Dacus children show as heirs to this estate.It is interesting that Amelia and William Mauldin help raise Thomas and he grew up to marry what could be Amelia's niece, if John W. Chapman is a son of Green E. Chapman.That takes care of the younger Ida, but does not help clear up the older Ida Chapman. In the earlier works of the now deceased Dacus family members there was never a mention of Peggy Tatum in any of their collections, so to now find this confusing piece of information makes everything go wacky as to the proper parentage of the oldest four children of Arter Dacus.Help! Help!