I read thru what you sent, but have not compared it to my stuff yet.
You still have Brazilla listed as a daughter, I have no idea except from the will where Brazilla could not be male.
#1 he is listed in two different cencus's as male with son William...in another male with son Thomas. Lynn Collis who is either a fifth or sixth greatgrandchild of Thomas, has documentation that Brazilla was male and had a daughter named Mary Grace Dance from whom she is descended.
Please email me direct, and there might be some way we can figure out exactly who did what. There are several other people that have also done research, and mine pretty much matches theirs. Yours is along the same lines, as I too talked to Kirk on a regular basis, and we compared what we were finding at the UofV site.
Also a well known fact. Only men were allowed to sign legislative papers. If you go to the University of Virginia digital libray, and look at the religious petitions, you will find Thomas Dance, I don't know which one, Brazilla dance, Thomas Elder, and several other of the intermarried people signing religious petiotions to the legislature.
Please get back to me bymy direct email, so that the whole world doesn't copy and post our stuff. Thank you, Ruthe Dance-Whitney
PS. I am descended thru Brazilla's son Thomas Dance that married Nancy Jo Elder.