Well darn it!I found my notes (re: previous posting) and I apparently had determined that Jeremiah was probably not the son of William & Nancy.He was most likely a nephew of William's but I never researched that possibility.I do, however, have a lot on Mary Ann's family.
Here's what I have on William & Nancy Romans.William (b. 1814 VA - d. 1902 OH), a carpenter, and Nancy (b. 1817 VA - d. 1900 OH) had at least five children:Greenville (1840 KY), Lucretia Pricie (Feb 1840-1845 KY), James A. (1848 KY), Mary Elizabeth (1848-1854 KY), and Nancy Jane (1859-1878).Greenville married Elizabeth _____ around 1872 in Ohio.Pricie married Jacob J. Lynd, son of James and Elizabeth (Bowman) Freeman, and James married Elizabeth McClure.I have more info on both Pricie and James if you're interested.
Mary Ann Freeman's parents were William D. Freeman & Mary Ann Bowman.
Mary Ann was born in 1821 in Lawrence Co., Ohio and died sometime after 1880.She was the daughter of Jacob Bowman (c1792 MD - 1867 OH) and Mary Ann Buffington (1797 PA - 1881 OH).She married William D. Freeman (b. 1814 VA - d. 1865-1870 OH) on 29 May 1842 in Lawrence Co., OH.
William D. was the son of William Freeman (b. c1775 VA - d. 1848 OH) and Sarah Parker (1779 VA - 1860 OH).William and Sarah moved to Ohio from Pittsylvania Co., Virginia between 1814-1819.They finally settled in Lawrence County in 1828.They had at least six children:David P., Elizabeth, George P., William D., Sarah, and Moses Alfred.
William and Mary lived on Willow Creek and had seven children:Elizabeth J. (1846) married Anderson Bone; Mary Ann (1847) married Jeremiah Romans; James Kelley (b. November 1845/October 1849 OH - d. 16 October 1941 OH) married Mary Elizabeth Romans (mentioned above); Sarah Alice (b. 3 November 1853/1854 OH - d. 22 March 1919 OH) married James Day; William E. (b. 1854 OH - d. after 1900) married Martha Runyan; Susan M. (b. July 1856 OH - d. 1939 OH) married David Martin Banks; and Daniel Thomas (b.4 April 1864 OH-d.6 September 1933 OH) married Ella Banks.
I have much more on the Bowmans, Buffingtons and Freemans if you're interested.