Hi Patty, When you mentioned that the information you had came from Ancestry I started exploring. I have a full subscription but I use it mostly for UK and some Canada and USA - and I didn't realize how much data there was for the US States - even though it is all individual records (pun there!) I found the same things and then I started looking further. Under the public trees and one world I discovered a child from the marriage of William N and Shirley (I think) as they seemed to have been married before they divorced and remarried. The child may have married a Bautista and had a child Melissa A and on several US people finder sites it gives the same family and relatives names and another name also popped up called Shi. I think there is a descendant who has created the tree and so I think I will email them. Another thing you twigged me onto was the way to enter the name with quotations. I already use this - but I did get different results when I put in location also - and another thing that brought more results was to put the name in quotations, but with the last name first and then the first names. When people write books - this format helps to find them.
I would certainly appreciate any further information you come across. Thanks and cheers Marion