I believe Edward Marcy is from Woodstock too. There are many names similar to those from there.Even Azel, I believe is a variation on, I think its Ashael or something like that, that you see in the north.He may have been named for an uncle?? William Markson "Bill" Marcy does have siblings name Jim and Mary, but they are not twins, at least not according to the tombstones?Could you have a different William?If so, you may have been right about the name?Right now I can only think of one set of twins in the local Marcy's and they are son's of a boy I went to school with, J. E. Marcy, grandson of James Osborn "Jim" Marcy.
I don't know Dr. Ronald Marcy, but I do know Cousin Bill, Dr. Bill Marcy, here in Tupelo.He did some "quick" research years ago so he could include it in the Marcy book, which has a few mistakes, as he left off, or skipped our main ancestor who moved to this area (Azel)!I think there may have been other mistakes too, but have not looked at that book in some time now. I have seen some info on Zadock.I did a little searching on his family and found a couple of descendants back maybe 3 years ago.I have not heard from them since then.You can find one of them in the old Onslow County queries.I know that Zadoc stayed in Onslow up to the 1850 census, as he is there then.He had 2 brothers that Azel had his name on at least one of their land records in AL.They were Edward (again!) and John O. Marcy.They both seem to have married in AL.Lived in Wilcox and Perry County.Edward died and if you do a search and spell his name Marc"e"y, you will find him in an abounded cemetery in Perry County.He had several children and his wife, Sarah, stayed in Perry county.I assume she had family there, but I do not know her maiden name.John O. moved on into MS, I think Neshoba County?And Zadock shows up there in that county with his brother later.I am not sure what happed to John, but Zadock, as you probably know, goes on to TX. I think there was at least one more brother in this group.I don't know about sisters as I have not seen any at this time. There very well may have been more children in this family of Edward Jr.'s??I don't have an exact death date for him either, but think he may have died during the war of 1812, at least before 1820? I sure hope to find a new tidbit of info from this forum? Sandra K.