It is very common to be errors in transcribing old records and stones. For instance; Thomas V. and Thomas B. Atchley.
My husband's gr gr grandmother, Myra Wasson Crewse was a sister to Elizabeth Wasson, wife of Thomas V. Atchley . Myra and Rufus Crews were mar in Rhea co, TN 18 Feb 1844. Thomas V. Atchley and Elizabeth Wasson were mar in Rhea co, TN. Thomas and Elizabeth were in Meigs Co in 1850 (neighboring county to Rhea) Rufus and Myra were in Rhea Co, TN 1850 census. don't know when Thomas and Elizabeth left TN, but Rufus and Myra sold their land in 1855 and moved into Wright Co, MO where Rufus set up a mill and built a large 2 story home of handmade bricks from the red clay soil. A sign in the house read 1861, it no longer stands. Thomas and Elizabeth were in Hickory Co, MO 1870 census, but not the 1860 and I haven't checked Meigs Co, 1860 yet.
On Declaration for Widow's Pension, under act granting pensions to the widows of deceased soldiers of the Black Hawk War, Creek War, Cherokee Disturbances and the Seminole War that Elizabeth M. Atchley filed 16 Aug 1892 she said she was 76 years old and was born the 23 Dec 1815. She was the widow of Thos V Atchley who was commanded by Miles Vernon in the 1st Reg of Tenn Mtd Vols in the war with the Indians, known as the Florida War. She says they were mar 5 Jan 1837 in Ray Co, TN by Azarriah Barton JP. She further declares that the said soldier, her husband, died on or about the 8 Feb 1886 at Hickory Co in the state of MO and the cause of death was pneumonia fever. She gives her address as Urbana, County of Dallas, State of Missouri. Elizabeth M. Atchley made an "X" for her signature.
If this Nancy, dau of Thomas and Elizabeth, is the person you have been searching for I was very happy to help you, I have been given some very good help by very good people and am happy to return the favor. I would like to see a photo of her and husband.