There are documents concerning the heirs of Nancy Capps recorded in Davidson County Minute Book N, pages 507 -512.The case was first filed in Cabell County West Virginia where some of heirs were living at the time of filing.
p. 511 State of West Virginia, Cabell County Julius W. McCullough being duly sworn says that he intermarried with Mary A. Capps one of the heirs of Nancy Capps decd. late of St. Landry Parrish Louisiana on the 5th day of March 1872, and that his said wife who is now living, is the only one of said heirs who is over the age of twenty one years; and that he is guardian for A. M. Capps, E. A. Capps, Oramel Capps, Jas A. Capps, Thos. G. Capps, Chas. G. Capps and Mattie Capps who are the infant heirs of said Nancy Capps decd. Taken sworn to and subscribed before me this 2nd day of July 1874.
There are several pages in the minute book covering the matter but they just repeat the basic info over and over, giving the names of the above Capps heirs, but not their relationship to Nancy or any additional information on Nancy other than that she was late of St. Landry Parrish.
You can order copies of the pages from Metro Archives if you wish.The cost for the document is $3.Just give book and page numbers (Davidson County Minute Book N, pages 507 -512) if you order. You can email me if you have questions.