_James Meriwether NUCKOLS _+ | (1836 - 1907) m 1858 _David Harding NUCKOLS _| | (1859 - 1929) m 1883 | | |_Lavina Elizabeth DUKE ____+ | (1838 - 1913) m 1858 | |--Albert Shelton NUCKOLS | (1901 - 1978) | ___________________________ | | |_Nancy Ann TALLEY ______| (1864 - 1911) m 1883 | |___________________________
 John H Wood, head, 67 Amelia J, wife, 59 Burt S Nuckles, son in law, 26 md 21 Jean Nuckles, dau, 26 md 21
 Boston MA City Directory 1935 Nuckols, Bert S (Jeane) stenotyper 5 Winthrop Sq h466 E 7th SB (Alos listed as Albert S, pressman)
 Boston MA City Directory 1937 Nuckols, Albert S (Jeane) prsman 5 Winthrop Sq h466 E 7th SB Nuckols, Hugh, physician h137 Park Dr
 Boston MA City Directory 1938 Nuckols, Albert S (Jeane) pressman 5 Winthrop Sq, r406 E 7th SB
 Boston MA City Directory 1939 Nuckols, Albert S (Jeane) prsman Amer-Rec-Adv, 5 Winthrop Sq h466 E 7th SB
 Street: «tab»7 Street House Number: «tab»466 Farm: «tab»No, rent $25 Inferred Residence in 1935: «tab»Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts Albert B S Nuchols «tab»38, head, md, 8g, VA Newspaper Pressman Jean Wood Nuchols «tab»36, wife, 8g, VA Willia Dehm «tab»33 boarder
 Boston MA City Directory 1940 Nuckols, Albert S (Jeane) prsman 5 Winthrop Sq h466 E 7th SB
 Boston MA City Directory 1941 Nuckols, Albert S (Jeane) prsman 5 Winthrop Sq h466 E 7th SB
 Boston MA City Directory 1942 Nuckols, Albert S (Jeane) prsman 5 Winthrop Sq h466 E 7th SB
 Boston MA City Directory 1943 Nuckols, Albert S (Jeane) prsman 5 Winthrop Sq h466 E 7th SB
 Boston MA City Directory 1944 Nuckols, Albert S (Jeane) prsman 5 Winthrop Sq h466 E 7th SB
_William Ryland NUCKOLS _+ | (1883 - 1939) m 1907 _Edward R NUCKOLS __________| | (1913 - 2002) m 1942 | | |_Leora Eugenia THOMAS ___+ | (1885 - ....) m 1907 | |--Albert W NUCKOLS | | _________________________ | | |_Vernelle Margaret LOCKNAN _| (1919 - 1999) m 1942 | |_________________________
_Andrew NUCKOLS __________+ | (1776 - 1856) m 1801 _Pouncy NUCKOLS _________| | (1805 - 1883) m 1829 | | |_Martha " Patsy" PURYEAR _+ | (1777 - 1840) m 1801 | |--Alburtis V NUCKOLS | (1830 - 1883) | _John SAUNDERS ___________ | | (1773 - 1827) m 1808 |_Esther Powell SAUNDERS _| (1812 - 1860) m 1829 | |_Martha Curd SMYTHE ______ (1788 - 1851) m 1808
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_Francis Marion NUCKOLS ___________+ | (1855 - 1926) m 1878 _Isaac Newton "Ike" NUCKOLS _| | (1880 - 1956) | | |_Sarah A Elizabeth "Betty" SAVAGE _+ | (1859 - 1919) m 1878 | |--Alexander C NUCKOLS | | _Isaac Sterline POWELL ____________ | | |_Ida Ray POWELL _____________| (1897 - 1991) | |_Mary Susan MCMILLAN ______________
_William Andrew NUCKOLS _+ | (1809 - 1885) m 1821 _Pleasant Willis NUCKOLS _| | (1831 - 1870) m 1853 | | |_Pamelia WHITLOW ________+ | (1808 - 1880) m 1821 | |--Alexander C NUCKOLS | (1861 - 1946) | _________________________ | | |_Druscilla W WHITLOE _____| (1835 - 1869) m 1853 | |_________________________
 A Nuckles, 30, single, works in Dairy, born KY
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_Hardin Duke NUCKOLS _____+ | (1808 - 1879) m 1830 _Oswald Herbert NUCKOLS ______| | (1850 - 1918) m 1878 | | |_Jane Ambler JONES _______+ | (1809 - 1866) m 1830 | |--Alexina Bootwright NUCKOLS | (1880 - ....) | _William BOATWRIGHT ______ | | (1820 - ....) |_Cecelia Czorilda BOATWRIGHT _| (1849 - 1895) m 1878 | |_Alexina Caroline PEGRAM _+ (1826 - 1878)
 The Annals & History of Henrico Parish, Diocese of Virginia pg 214 Communicants of St Johns Church 1860-1903 pg 329 St John's Church Baptisms Feb 22, 1895 - Alexina Bootwright, son of O.H. and C.C. Nuchols (adult); born April 25, 1880
_Elisha C NUCKOLS ___+ | (1805 - 1880) _Thomas Oscar NUCKOLS _| | (1848 - 1933) m 1869 | | |_Elizabeth ATKINSON _ | (1817 - 1880) | |--Alfred Ervin NUCKOLS | (1875 - 1945) | _John JENKINS _______ | | |_Mary JENKINS _________| (1850 - 1933) m 1869 | |_ ALVIRA ____________
 Street: 221«tab»Main Street own home $2000 Farm: «tab»No Inferred Residence in 1935: «tab»Troy, Lincoln, Missouri Alfred I Nuckols «tab»64, head, single, 8g, MO granite cutter Olivia Wilson «tab»68 sister, wid, 8g MO Sarah A Wulf «tab»66 (x) sister, wid, 8g MO
WWI Draft Registration
_Charles C NUCKOLS __+ | (1877 - 1951) m 1917 _Alfred Hurst NUCKOLS _| | (1926 - 1991) | | |_Hettie ROGERS ______ | (1882 - 1969) m 1917 | |--Alfred H NUCKOLS | | _Clinton HALL _______ | | (1903 - ....) |_Sarah Gay HALL _______| (1925 - 1995) | |_Sarah GAY __________ (1902 - ....)
_Claiborn Watkins NUCKOLS _+ | (1817 - 1878) m 1841 _Charles NUCKOLS ____| | (1850 - 1916) m 1873| | |_Jane DEDMAN ______________+ | (1823 - 1889) m 1841 | |--Alfred Hurst NUCKOLS | (1884 - 1922) | _Alfred HURST _____________+ | | (1818 - ....) m 1840 |_Bettie HURST _______| (1853 - 1939) m 1873| |_Adela CRAIG ______________+ (.... - 1880) m 1840
 Richmond Climax, Richmond, KY (Woodford Sun) Mr Alfred Nuckols spent last week in Richmond.
 Bourbon News, Paris KY In a Democratic primary in Woodford county Saturday, Edward Mulcahy was nominated for County Judge by a pluarity of 16 over Alfred H Nuckols, and William T Turner
WWI Draft Registration
_Charles NUCKOLS ____+ | (1850 - 1916) m 1873 _Charles C NUCKOLS __| | (1877 - 1951) m 1917| | |_Bettie HURST _______+ | (1853 - 1939) m 1873 | |--Alfred Hurst NUCKOLS | (1926 - 1991) | _____________________ | | |_Hettie ROGERS ______| (1882 - 1969) m 1917| |_____________________
Kentucky Birth Records 1911-1960
_Lewis NUCKOLLS ______+ | (1766 - 1834) m 1790 _Milo Claiborn NUCKOLS ___| | (1806 - 1884) m 1829 | | |_Mary Hughes WATKINS _+ | (1775 - 1830) m 1790 | |--Alfred M NUCKOLS | (1842 - 1864) | ______________________ | | |_Louisa Lewis SHORTRIDGE _| (1811 - 1903) m 1829 | |______________________
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 Side: «tab»Confederate Regiment State/Origin: «tab»Missouri Regiment Name: «tab»3 Missouri Infantry Regiment Name Expanded: «tab»3rd Regiment, Missouri Infantry Company: «tab»C Rank In: «tab»Private Rank In Expanded: «tab»Private Rank Out: «tab»Private Rank Out Expanded: «tab»Private Alternate Name: «tab»A.M./Nuckols Name: «tab»Alfred M Nuckols Side: «tab»Confederate 3rd MO Inf Roll: «tab»M2072_1 Roll Title: «tab»List of Confederates Captured at Vicksburg, Mississippi, July 4, 1863
 M C Nuckols «tab»58 Louisa Nuckols «tab»48 Wm L Nuckols «tab»28 Mary Gross Nuckols «tab»25 Milo Nuckols «tab»19 Alfred Nuckols «tab»17 Samuel Nuckols «tab»15 Geo W Nuckols «tab»12 Sallie W Nuckols «tab»10 Joseph W Nuckols «tab»6 Harriett Wood «tab»52
Missouri Digital Archives
_Milo Claiborn NUCKOLS ___+ | (1806 - 1884) m 1829 _Samuel NUCKOLS _____| | (1847 - 1922) m 1877| | |_Louisa Lewis SHORTRIDGE _ | (1811 - 1903) m 1829 | |--Alfred Milton NUCKOLS | (1886 - 1948) | _William HORTON __________ | | |_Louvisa M HORTON ___| (1847 - 1916) m 1877| |_Mary Louisa MOORE _______
 Alfred M Knuckles «tab»23 Lodging, Carpenter For Mining Co
 Name: Alfred Milton Nuchols City: Not Stated County: Yuma State: Arizona Birth Date: 17 Feb 1886 Race: White Roll: 1522653 DraftBoard: 0 Alfred Milton Nuckols Star Rt Yuma, AZ Age 32 born Feb 17 1886 self emp farmer Wife Lois Conger Nuckols Tall, med build, brn eyes, brn hair
 -Pg 26 Alfred M Nuckols, head, 37 TX MO IN Own Home W Mortgage, farmer Lois E, wife, 39 NE NY PA
 Index to the Great Register of San Diego, CA Oak Grove Precinct Nuckols, Alfred M, Oak Grove, Aguanga, Immigration Officer, no Party Nuckols Mrs Lois C ,Oak Grove, Aguanga, hsw, Dem
 San Diego Evening Tribune Aug 20, 1924 «u»Rescue Couple From Death on Desert«/u» While riding over their territory in an automobile, Alfred M Nuckols and Peter Kerr Jr, United States immigrations inspectors stationed in the vicinity of Warner's Springs, recently rescued a Los Anglels man, 56 years old, who gave his name as Forfaith, when the latter was near death from lack of water, according to reports received here. Forfaith's lips were cracked and dried and his tongue swollen from lack of water when the officers came upon him, it was stated. The dramatic rescue was made in the pass southwest of Warner's known as the "Narrows". Forfaith had traveled a long distance on foot and was 12 mils from water when found. After reviving Forfaith, the officers were told the elderly's mans wife was ina car several miles in the direction from which he had traveled, buried to the axle in the sands. The nearly exhausted man stated that he had left the car in search of water and help, leaving the little water left in the canteen in the possession of his wife. She was found in much better condition than her husband. Nuckols and Kerr aided in pulling the car from the sand, and the party returned to Warner's. After a brief rest, Forfaith and his wife returned to Los Angeles.
 San Diego Evening Tribune «u»«b» Love Affair Said Cause of Fatal Duel«/u»«/b» James A McClenney, ex-serviceman, 32, loyal to his wife and mother of this two young children, although her affections had been won from him, was willing to fight to death to avenge a trifling with those affections and he died so doing yesterday afternoon in a pistol duel with Alfred M Nuckols, a U S immigration inspector of the border patrol, according to the story told by the wife of the dead man. The duel occurred just north of Encinitas, with Nuckols inside MCClenney's Tudor Ford sedan and McClenney standing on the ground beside the opened door. Mrs McClenney and the two McCelnney children also were in the car, terrified witnesses of the tragedy, but escaped injury, except that Mrs McClenney bears a slight wound on the forehead, from either a bump or a grazing bullet. McClenney died with eight bullet wounds in his body, and Nuckols is in the naval hospital with four wounds that are not regarded dangerous. Telling an apparently straight-forward story, Mrs McClenney recited the events leading up to the tragedy and the details of that to Deputy Sheriff Oliver Sexson. She and Nuckols who formerly was stationed at Aguanga in Riverside County, just over the San Diego county line, where McClenney operated a store and served as postmaster had met at a dance and he squeezed her hand, she said, and she resented it. But he did it again when he bought something at the store, and again she resented it, but he persistently paid his attentions, with flattery, until she found herself infatuated with him. Talk Divorces Finally, evidently much in love with each other, they agreed to obtain divorces, for Nuckols has a wife and two children, just as she had a husband and two children. Then Nuckols was moved to station at Del Mar. Letters passed and one of Mrs McClenneys fell into the hands of Mrs Nuckols, who, according to Mrs McClenney, induced Nuckols to promise to break off his new love affair. Nuckols, however, went to Mrs McClenney and told her he had no intention of giving her up, but asked her to proceed with their plans for divorce and marriage. Soon after this meeting, she said, she received a letter from Mrs Nuckols declaring that Nuckols had been on his knees to her and threatened to publish to the world the faithlessness of Mrs McClenney. Now despising Nuckols, Mrs McClenney told all to her husband, and as soon as they could get someone to watch the store and post office took their children in their car and started for Del Mar to see Nuckols and obtain an explanation. He and she each carried a Remington automatic revolver holding eight shells, including one in the barrel. Approaching Encinitas, a motorcycle with sidecar, drivien by Nuckols, with R C Osborne, a fellow border patrolman of Nuckols' in the side car, passed by their automobile, and McClenney called to Nuckols, who stopped, and, leaving Osborne, walked back toward the automobile which McClenney had stopped. Seizes Revolver "There are some things we would like to get straightened out," McClenney is quoted as having said to Nuckols, walking with him to the car, where Mrs McClenney and the children were. There, Mrs McClenney moved over into the driver's seat, and McClenney asked Nuckols to get into the rear seat with the children, so that they might talk things over. As Nuckols started to get into the car, McClenney seized Nuckols' revolver and threw it out on the ground, meanwhile telling his wife to keep Nuckols, "covered". While she sat with pistol in hand, Nuckols fumbled with the tip seat as if having difficulty in getting into the rear, and suddenly grabbed the pistol from Mrs McClenney. Whether Nuckols fired first at McClenney, the wife could not say, but her husband immediately drew his pistol when Nuckols seized hers- and both the automatics were emptied by the men at each other. Nuckols probably saved himself fatal wounds by dodging from side to side as he pumped the gun empty in the duel, Mrs McClenney said. His wounds are in the shoulder, thigh, and pelvis. As silence followed the fusillade, Mrs McClenney asked of Nuckols, "Is that gun empty?" and he answered it was, and threw it on the ground as she demanded. At the same instant her husband, who had remained standing at the car door momemtarily, fell to the ground. Osborne, at the sound of shots, had hastened to the car and quickly "covered" Nuckols with his own weapon, placing him under arrest. McClenney, taken to the Charles I Berry undertaking house in Oceanside, was examined by Coroner S C Kelly, who found eight bullet wounds in him. Two of these were in his chest. Others were in his arms and thighs and one bullet had severed two fingers of his right hand that held his gun. Wounds Not Fatal Nuckols was taken to a drug store at Encinitas, where Dr D B Van Wagenen removed two bullets, and was later brought in a navy ambulance to the naval hospital, as a public service patient. Mrs Nuckols, notified of the shooting soon after its occurrence hurried to Encinitas and accompanied her husband to the hospital. At the hospital this morning it was said that Nuckols appeared to be recovering and his wounds are not regarded as fatal. Coroner S C Kelly said he expected to visit the hospital and obtain Nuckols' statement regarding the shooting some time today. Nuckols, weak from his wounds and loss of blood, was able to gasp out to Osborne only that McClenney had told his wife to "cover" him and he then seized the weapon from her hand. His story regarding the alleged love affair is yet to be obtained. C G Selleck of the district attorney's office began an investigation of the tragedy this morning. Mrs McClenney was held overnight in the county jail, while the two McClenny children were given into custody of the probation office. It was regarded likely, because of the straightforward nature of her statement and the fact that the children need her care, that she will be released from jail sometime during the day. Sworn statements of the love tragedy, due at a coroner's inquest, will be had early next week. Coroner Kelly saying the inquest probably will be held next Tuesday depending upon the recovery of Nuckols and the availability of evidence at that time. The inquest will be held at the Berry undertaking house in Encinitas, Kelly said.
 San Diego Evening Tribune «u»«b»Husband 'Too Good to Live' Says Wife Who Tells Story- Of 'Affair' With Officer «/u»«/b»Photo: (paperport nuckols) Mrs Georgianna Ione McClenney, central figure in the alleged back country romance and the fatal duel that followed yesterday afternoon when her husband was shot to death by Immigration Officer Alfred M Nuckols. By Lena Falk Gjertsen "He was too good to live." "It wasn't my time-that is why I am alive." This is the philosophy of Mrs James McClenney who sits in the county jail, held as a witness in the duel yesterday on the road just north of Encinitas, in which her husband was killed and her alleged faithless sweetheart, Alfred M Nuckols, was severely wounded. Dry-eyed, she sits waiting to answer any questions which are put to her. She answers in a clear, firm manner, which comes strangely from so petite and tiny person. She is only 23 years old and has been married five and one half years. She was not yet 18 when she became the bride of McClenney, and she had not known men much. She has borne McClenney two children, a girl and a boy, aged 4 and 5 years. In spite of this she is like a child herself. In her plain black gown, silk stockings which cover ankles as slender as a dancer's and her satin, high-heeled slippers, she is dressed as she had prepared herself to go to demand reparation from the man "who had turned her down." She was prepared for him, and her husband knew that she was. He had told her, "If you must shoot-don't shoot to kill- hit him in the shoulder before he can get you." "He has treated you like a dirty dog, and if he has spoken of you to his wife, like she says, make him get down on his knees and tell her- in front of you- that it is a lie." Thus, McClenney stood by his wife. Started Month Ago It all started just a month ago. Nuckols was what she described as a "man with a way with him." A few squeezes of the hand-which she strongly resented- a few attempted kisses- then a yielding to the kisses, and she was prepared to divorce her husband-leave her two children and take up life with Nuckols He had a wife and one child which he swore he was willing to give up. All this took place in the small settlement of Aguenga, where the McClenneys had a store and the post office. Nuckols, an immigration officer, often passed that way. "Just at the time McClenney began having "something on his mind;" he had a bad stomach and he was morose and not "like himself." ThenNuckols moved to Del Mar, and letters passed back and forth. "It was sort of agreed that we would each get a divorce and go together. I had never yielded to him, and I guess when he found out he could not go any further, that is why he wrote saying, 'It was all off.' He had gone back to his wife and had told her of me, " said Mrs McClenney. When I showed my husband this letter it was the first that he knew of the affair. He said he 'didn't blame me'; that I was 'too young and didn't know what I was getting into'; but that if Nuckols had treated me like that he should be made to take it back on his bended knees in front of his wife. So we started to Del Mar. We each had a gun. I have never had a permit to carry one, but up there, driving alone so often, it is different, you need one sometimes. Prepared For Tragedy So they put the two little children in the back seat of the family Ford and drove off to the tragedy. Both expecting that there probably would be one, and prepared for it. After a short month of a rather colorless romance, Mrs McClenney is left a widow, having lost a devoted husband; the two children are fatherless, with their lives marred early by tragedy. "What will you do now? Have you had training in the business that you can run it alone?" Mrs McClenney was asked. "I only helped him; he did everything. That is, the books and the buying. But I shall return to the store and the post office. " No fear of what her neighbors would say because "everyone had thought the McClenney's such a devoted couple and liked them." There will be a pension from the government as McClenney was an ex-service man; there is a small insurance; their home is almost paid for, and there is the store and the post office. Yes, she would go it alone. Has Learned Lesson "If Nuckols recovers and should want to return to you, what would you do?" "Never! Never again. I have learned my lesson." Friends of five years standing were at the jail waiting to take her to their home in the back country and protect her from further thoughts. They want to help her get her mind away from the tragedy. They have a family of children of their own, but want to take the two children out, too, so the mother may be with them. "We never dreamed anything like this could possibly happen to the Macs. We visited with them a long while last summer and they were so devoted. Well I suppose it just had tob e." Thus spoke the woman friend also. Fate certainly dealt a heavy blw to little Mrs McClenney a short month of intrigue, and she is taking it standing up but she says, :I've got to stand up now. When I break, I will go all to pieces."
 San Diego Evening Tribune «u»«b»State May Prosecute Duel Survivor After Inquest Next Monday«/u»«/b» Though fate decided Mrs McClenney's love affair against her lwful husband in favor of her fickle married lover when they emptied automatic pistols at each other, the people, as represented by a jury of 12, probably will add their judgment in the name of the state of California. Acting District Attorney C G Selleck stated this morning that there is no authority for a reported 'statement' that there will be no prosecution of Alfred M Nuckols, immigration officer, who survived the close-range duel with James A McClenney Thursday afternoon. Selleck is in charge of the case, and said he has given of the case and said he has given no indication nor statement that prosecution will be lacking. Preliminary to any formal charges by the state, a coroner's jury will hear much of the evidence available and pass judgment upon the cause of McClenney's death, Monday at Oceanside, where McClenney's body was taken from the scene of the duel on the highway north of Encinitas. "Termed 'Poor Fish'" The latter that brought the metting of McClenney and Nuckols was released to representatives of the press late yesterday, after the acting district attorney had obtained the signed statement of Mrs McClenney, gathered on other evidence and ordered release of the daze young widow from the county jail. This letter, written by Mrs Nuckols to Mrs McClenney, supplies corroboration of Mrs McClenney's statement as published yesterday, that it was in an effort to defend Mrs McClenney's good name and prevent Mrs Nuckols from defaming her to friends and neighbors that Mrs McClenney and her husband sough Nuckols Thursday with an alleged intention of taking him to Mrs Nuckols and secure an agreement all around that no publicity of the love affair of Nuckols and Mrs McClenney be made. "You poor fish", wrote Mrs Nuckols to Mrs McClenney. "You're not the first woman he's fooled around with. But he's good to me and the children, and I trust him. If you don't quit fooling around with him, I'm going to tell the whole world about it." Tis letter had followed Nuckols' assurance to Mrs McClenney that he would stand by his agreement to get a divorce and marry her as soon as she could get a divorce from her husband, even though he had promised his wife to quit his "fooling around" with Mrs McClenney. Distraught, Mrs McClenney showed the letter to her husband. They went to find Nuckols and his wife. The "whole wide world" instead of being kept out of the secret love affair, now knows the story and that McClenney died, apparently a martyr to her good name, holding her blameless as a country girl, who knew little of men and inviting the sympathy of the :whole wide world" to her, widowed with two small children, by her susceptibility to the wiles of a sophisticated man in the uniform of the immigration service. Nuckols Improving Nuckols, the immigration officer, was reported today to be steadily improving at the naval hospital, where he was taken as a public service patient. His statement made to coroner S C Kelly yesterday for use at the Oceanside inquest appears to offer a self-defense plea, as far as the pistol duel is concerned. When he grabbed the automatic with which he killed McClenney, from the hand of Mrs McClenney, he said McClenney shot him, the bullet striking high on his head and glancing off, whereupon he turned and both he and McClenney pumped their guns empty. His statement indicates, too, that McClenney may have fired several more shots before he fired at McClenney, but McClenney was shooting into the automobile at the start, with Mrs McClenney and their two children in close danger of receiving the bullets, whereas McClenney standing beside the open door of the sedan, was a line target for Nuckols. Mrs McClenney, upon release from the county jail, was taken by Mr and Mrs Frank Smith to their home in El Cajon to await the inquest Monday. Smith was a service "buddy" of McClenney. The two McClenney children were taken from the probation office custody by Mrs W S Warren, mother of Mrs McClenney and Arthur Warren, brother.
 San Diego Evening Tribune «u»«b»Duelist's Wife Credited With Foiling Plot«/u»«/b» How, Mrs Alfred M Nuckols, wife of the immigration inspector wounded in a gun duel at Encinitas Thursday afternoon, which resulted in the death of James A McClenney, Aguanga storekeeper, played a conspicuous part in the arrest of Charles Barnhart, now serving a four-year federal prison term for Chinese smuggling, was recalled by local immigration service officials today. According the the local inspectors, Mrs Nuckols frequently assisted her husband in his work on the patrol line and was so doing on Sept 23, 1923, when theBarnhart "scout car" came along. The car passed Warner's where Nuckols then was atationed, and because of its suspicious actions attracted the attention of the woman "immigration guard." She notified her husband and another inspector nearby and cuased them to pursue and capture the car when its high speed caused it to run off the highway. Officials said that the failure of the Barnhart smuggling scheme probably was due entirely to the observation and ready comprehension of Mrs Nuckols. In appreciation of her services on that occasion, she received a commendatory letter from Inspector A E Burnett, then District officer in charge, this letter being written Sept 29, 1923. The letter is on file at the immigration service headquarters here.
 San Diego Evening Tribune «u»«b»Hold Inquest For Victim In Gun Duel«/u»«/b» The death of James A McClenney in a pistol duel with Alfred M Nuckols as the tragic culmination of a love affair between Mrs McClenney and Nuckols was the subject of the coroner's inquest at Oceanside today, the hearing having started before a coroner's jury at 10 o'clock this morning. Mrs McClenney was to be called to the stand to recite her story of the duel, as she already has told it to Deputy Sheriff Oliver Sexson, Acting District Attorney C G Selleck, and to the press, while the Nuckols' version was to be presented by coroner C S Kelly in a sworn statement he obtained from Nuckols in the naval hospital last Friday, following the tragedy on Thursday afternoon on the highway north of Encinitas. Deputy District Attorney E L Johnson represents the district attorney's office at the coroner's inquest to measure the evidence relative to possible prosecution of Nuckols, and in Los Angeles, Acting District Attorney Selleck, coupled with other business was to confer with the United States District Attorney relative to any action the federal government may take against Nuckols, who is an immigration inspector attached to the border patrol. Since the coroner's inquest is primarily to determine the cause of death and fix the blame for the immediate cause it was not expected the circumstances of the love affair that led to the fatal encounter would have a large place in the inquisition of today. Mrs Nuckols, who wrote a letter to Mrs McClenney that caused the latter and her husband to leave their home and store and post office at Aguanga, Riverside County last Thursday in search for Nuckols and Mrs Nuckols for the alleged purpose of obtaining apologies was not expected to be called to the stand at the inquest.
 San Diego Evening Tribune «u»«b»Majority of Jurors Vote McClenney Killing Justified«/u»«/b» «u»«b»Story of Love Affair is Told By Widow«/u»«/b» Seven of 12 Oceanside men voted that Alfred M Nuckols killed James A McClenney, whose wife he had induced to promise to leave her husband and babies and marry him, in "justifiable homicide." The 12 constituted a coroner's jury called together by Coroner S C Kelly for inquest into the death of McClenney in a pistol duel on the coast highway north of Encinitas last Thursday afternoon. Five of them refused to sign the verdict drafted by the majority of seven yesterday afternoon following several hours of evidence hearing, as follows: "We the jury, find that James A McClenney came to his death by a revolver in the hands of Alfred M Nuckols, and we further find that said shot was fired in self-defense; and, therefore, in our opinion, is a case of justifiable homicide." "He died for me: Nuckols insulted me and he died for me.", Mrs McClenney had exclaimed when McClenney fell, according to the testimony at the inquest by R C Osborne, a fellow immigration inspector of Nuckols, who accompanied Nuckols to the scene of the accidental meeting and resultant duel. Relates Love Affair Mrs McClenney on the witness stand related the story of her love affair with Nuckols from the time of its inception when he was stationed at Arguanga, where her husband and she kept a store and post office, until the tragic culmination of it in her husband's death. It was the same story as told to Deputy Sheriff Sexson and Acting District Attorney C G Selleck and to the press, and was recited by Sexson, as well as by herself, to the coroner's jury again yesterday. While enroute from their home at Aguanga with their two little children in their Ford sedan to find the immigration officer and Mrs Nuckols and obtain an apolgy for charges and a retraction of threats made in a letter from Mrs Nuckols to Mrs McClenney, they met Nuckols, accompanied by Osborne, on the highway. The two husbands greeted each other, and McCelleny led Nuckols to the McClenney car, stopped by the roadside. According to Mrs McClenney's statement both men fired shots at the same time, as nearly as she could tell. Nuckols shooting with a gun he grabbed from her hand after McClenney had taken Nuckols' own gun away from him and stripped his immigration service badge from his uniform. Nuckols' self-defense plea, as confined by the cornoers jury verdict by a vote of 7 to 5 was placed into the evidence in a sworn statement made by Nuckols to Coroner Kelly at the naval hospital the day after the shooting. This statement was that when McClenney told him to get into the car, and he did so, McClenney told Mrs McClenney to cover him, that he turned to see if she were armed and, as he did so, a shot from McClenney's gun struck him high on the head and glanced off the force of the bullet blow sending him over against Mrs McClenney, from whom he seized the gun which he then turned upon McClenney. State Represented Whether this evidence will be accepted by the district attorney's office as conclusively sufficient to preclude prosecution of Nuckols when he is released from the naval hospital remains to be determined. Deputy District Attorney E L Johnson was present at the inquest, but said any decision as to prosecution would be made by his superiors. Acting District Attorney C G Selleck was expected to return from Los Angeles today, and District Attorney C C Kempley will return soon from Chicago. Nuckols was not represented by counsel at the inquest, but Attorney Hayden L Hews of Riverside, girlhood home of Mrs McClenney, was present in her interests. The reported intentions of the McClenneys to mutilate Nuckols when they started out from home last Thursday was not stressed at the inquest, and has been virtually ignored by the authorities. Questioned concerning it, Mrs McClenney testified that her husband had said that if Nuckols declined to shoulder his part of the blame for the love affair before Mrs Nuckols, "he would fix him so no other woman would be interested in him", but that they never doubted Nuckols "would do the right thing."
 San Diego Evening Tribune «u»«b»Jurors Vote McKenney Killing Justified Letter From Woman That Causes Death Duel Made Public at Inquest «/u»«/b»The full text of the letter written by Mrs Alfred M Nuckols to Mrs James A McClenny, placing the blame fro the love affair of Immigration Inspector Nuckols and Mrs McClenney upon the latter and threatening exposure, thereby causing Mr and Mrs McClenney to go in search of the Nuckols' to demand apology and silence, with result that they chanced to meet Nuckols on the highway and McClenney was killed in a pistol duel with him, was read at the inquest yesterday, and is as follows: "When I read those letters and remembered yours by heart and with a full confession on his part of your actions, I am ashamed that I am a woman. To think a mother of two sweet babies like yours; and then you threw yourself away and admitted in your letter that you always did daydream, but since meeting him you only day dreamed of him. You poor fish: You are not the only one he ever day dreamed of and said he was thinking of breaking the thing up when I found the letter and was glad I did break it up. I know him and as I told you in public I was not afraid of loosing him. I have seen it tried before. I could lose him if I left, but not otherwise. He gave you a line, I know as he did others, but soon tired of them. He even told you not to notice him in front of me, that I was jealous. He knew better; only he knew if things were too bold I would stop him for public opinion's sake. I knew before I moved, but thought he would drop you when he came to the coast, and would as soon as he was chasing another dame here. "They All Fall" "I didn't lie to you. They all fall for him, and I am used to it, and don't care. He is always good to me, and I get the pay checks and go and come as I please. Why should I care? He sure had a fit this time for fear I would get a divorce and has promised to do anything if I will only drop it. Don't flatter yourself he was worrying about you, and as you told him in your letter don't worry for your sake. He was worried about me and what I would do. Now as I say, I am not going to protect you one bit. You may think you can throw this aside, but I intend to tell all your neighbors and tell them why I was up there; how I told him he had to leave with you as I would bawl it out and anything you ever told him when I was up there and gave you two time to talk. You did not want to give him up, and then you had nerve enough to say to my face you did not want to give him up. «tab»I went this far to see if you were really sincere and would have pitied you if you were ready to leave with him, but actions prove to me you are not only a trifler and would step in and break up any home, and you should be taught a lesson. I would have been willing if you had been on the square, to protect you all through until you had found out he would tire of you, but you have acted the cad. You're not on the square, and you are a dangerous woman for your husband to live with and if you would do your housework and care for your babies, you would have plenty to do without flirting with every man who came into your store. You have plenty f time, you don't have to remain in the store all of the time, but you are afraid you will miss some of the flirtations with other men. "Don't Blame Him" I knew you thought you would spite me when you started flirting with him, as you knew I had no time for you. I can read human nature, and I knew you were no good from the start. Your actions were too silly and soft. I am just not that kind, and very glad I am not. I am the one unharmed. You must suffer, for you alone are to blame. No man is to blame. They don't force you. Hope I can tell you these things to your face, but I may not have the chance to protect your dear babies and good husband. As I said before, I don't blame him. You stated and said he was just like all the rest of the men, and even cried, and then let him do the same thing over again-let him go in the store with me sitting outside and love and caress you, and then say in your letter you wish you could have been alone just for a minute, if no longer, to show your affections. Too bad. You can have the chance any time you want to-I don't care. I left you two alone that day. I surely didn't care very much. If you only knew how he cried and begged me not to do that act-make him go with you, but he knew he had to do as I said or I would tell the whole world and leave him besides. I am staying here because I really pity him, or ever come under my care. I would have been sorry for both and treated you royal, but it is your turn-down and yellow streak that makes me mad. If you didn't care enough to leave him, why break up his home and then think you are not going to break your own? You will wish some day you had left with him. The only thing, as I told him, you are not good enough for him, for he has been a grand husband and good father to his baby. "Women Not Thoughtful" He has done no more than other men do. Very few men will turn down anything thrown in their face as you put yourself to him- pinch his hand every time he gave you change and make eyes at him, fix dates when you knew yours would be away to Los Angeles and on Fridays. You told him the first time you made up your mind to get him. Well, you have to admit it has taken a long time for him to make up, for he didn't think that way of you, but at last, of course, stolen sweets are fine as long as they are stolen. He would not be satisfied with you, and that is where my revenge would have come in. Men are not so easy to get up and leave wife and babies, but women are not so thoughtful. He handed me all your letters after I found the one-that is, all he had. He had been so near cought and burnt up some of them, but what he had left he dug up, and gave them to me; also handed all of his to me, so I am surely not half so bad as he tried to make me out in the letter. I would rather talk than write, but may never have a chance, so am writing this to hand you some time when the opportunity affords, or it may be handed to you by some of the neighbors. I seen one of them the other day, but didn't have this written. Next time, mix up with a single guy-you will have better luck, as there are too many involved when you pick a married one. A man, until this so-called love is worked off, don't use judgment at the time, but when they tire of the passion-love they look some place else with no intention of mistreating the family. "Just Plain Man" As you know, or should know, we never had any trouble. He told falsehoods of those quarrels and still are new quarrels, only I did not say he had no business putting my name. Neither one of you did, but this made it stronger I suppose. I was anxious to protect your husband and babies, but I am not so particular about you. If you didn't care for yourself, why should I protect you? I am not saying he did not make love to you, but I guess he didn't force himself on you, as you started the whole flirtation. If you wasn't willing there wouldn't be anything to it. Of course, he was just plain man. You tempted him and any other man would have done the same thing. He would of even have gone with you a while, as I told him. He had to just see houw long it would last, but I guess you must have woke up. He begged me before we went up there to forget it and not do that, but I wanted to see where you was at. You should make a "beaut" story of it, as it wouldn't have ended this way if I was in love as much as you said you were. I would have been around and ready to have left in a very few days.
 Index to the Great Register of San Diego, CA Oceanside Precinct Nuckols, Alfred M, Horne near Seventh, Federal Officer, Dem Nuckols Mrs Lois C ,Horne near Seventh, Hsw, Dem
 San Diego Evening Tribune «u»«b»Find Stolen Auto; Marines Missing«/u»«/b» Oceanside- Uniforms of two marines, believed to have gone "over the hill," were found here yesterday when Immigration Officers Frank Goodell and Alfrd Nuckols followed tracks leading from the abandoned stolen automobile. The automobile was parked by the side of the road and was lter found to belong to the Campbell Chevrolet company. After finding the uniforms and identification tags which indicated they belonged to Bernard H Darrow and Lloyd E Sowers, Nuckols and Goodell enlisted the services of Traffic Officer Fred Steck. From questioning motorists near Capistrano, Steck learned that two men had been seen wlaking north a few minutes before. Steck succeeded in tracing them to Santa Ana where the trial was lost.
 San Diego Evening Tribune «u»«b»US Officers Nab Embezzler Suspect «/u»«/b»Patrol Inspectors Alfred M Nuckols and Irvin J Curtis, assisted by Jack Dennison, federal narcotic agent here, last night arrested Michale a Santibanez at the Monument School Road it was announced today at the local office of the US Immigration border patrol service. Santibanez was truned over to local police for investigation. He is suspected of being an embezzler wanted at San Francisco.
 San Diego Evening Tribune «u»«b»Patrol Arrests Eight in Alleged Smuggling Plot«/u»«/b» Eight men were arrested today by local immigration border patrol inspectors. frsutrated, what is believed to have been a plot to smuggle Chinese across the international boundary line. A motor truck, which officers said had been so loaded as to appear to be carrying only furniture, was used by the alleged smugglers. Six Chinese were discovered concealed in the vehicle. According to the reports of the case filed with the local border patrol office, the arrests were made on the Mountain Springs grade by Irvin J Curtis and Roy Wahl of the border patrol. The alleged smugglers are Wallace Smith, 25 and Epifanto Orozco, 25. They were broght to the local immigration office for questioning. The idstrict in which the arrests were made is under the control of Alfred Nuckols, senior officer.
 Index to the Great Register of San Diego, CA Descanso Precinct Nuckols, Alfred Milton, Descanso, Border Patrol, Dem Nuckols Mrs Lois C ,Pine Valley, Hsw, Dem
 Alfred M. Nuckols, age 46, married at age 31, patrolman – US Gov. Customs, non-veteran, born TX, father TX, mother MO. Lois C., wife, age 47, married at age 32, born NE, father NY, mother IL. Mary M., dtr, age 9, born MO.
 Index to the Great Register of San Diego, CA Campo Precinct Nuckols, Alfred M, Campo, US Officer, Dem
 Index to the Great Register of San Diego, CA Precinct 27 Nuckols, Alfred M, 1422 Meade, Fed Officer, Dem
 Index to the Great Register of San Diego, CA Precinct 27 Nuckols, Alfred M, 1422 Meade, Fed Officer, Dem
 Index to the Great Register -Torrence CA , Pct 9 Nuckols, Alfred M, 1905 Cabrillo Ave, Federal Officer, Dem
 Street: «tab»3rd House Number: «tab»11 Inferred Residence in 1935: «tab»Calexico, Imperial, California Residence in 1935: «tab»Same Place Alfred M Nuckols, head, 54, 8g, wid TX customs inspector, U S Customs
 Index to the Great Register -Calexico, Pct 2 Nuckols, Alfred M, Overland Hotel, Calexico , US Customs Ins, Dem
 Imperial Valley CA City Directory 1942 Nuckols, Alf M inspector US Customs Patrol r106 Rockwood Ave Calexico
CALIF Death Index
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_John Hayes NUCKOLS ___+ | (1873 - 1948) m 1896 _Benjamin Cecil NUCKOLS _| | (1905 - 1981) m 1940 | | |_Mary Beulah GATEWOOD _+ | (1872 - 1929) m 1896 | |--Alice NUCKOLS | | _John JOYCE ___________ | | |_Rene Alice JOYCE _______| (1919 - 2004) m 1940 | |_Josephine ____________
_Warren Milton NUCKOLS _+ | (1900 - 1957) _Warren Milton NUCKOLS _| | | | |_Elsie Beatrice MILLER _ | (1915 - 2000) | |--Alice NUCKOLS | | ________________________ | | |________________________| | |________________________
_Stuart Mayes NUCKOLS _+ | (1888 - 1955) m 1917 _Stuart Mayes NUCKOLS ____________| | (1919 - 1997) | | |_Diana B BERGER _______ | (1888 - 1985) m 1917 | |--Alice (Dean) NUCKOLS | | _______________________ | | |_Frances Jeanette Talbott COLVIN _| | |_______________________
__ | _Edward M NUCKOLS ___| | (1817 - 1880) | | |__ | | |--Alice Alba NUCKOLS | (1857 - ....) | __ | | |_Elizabeth B ________| (1827 - 1887) | |__
 -pg 100 Alba Foster, 9/1857, 42, widow, 3/1, VA Lewis, son, 12/1891, VA Robert D Nuckles, Brother, 10/1859. 40, single, VA
_Joseph Hiter NUCKOLS _______+ | (1825 - 1881) m 1855 _Parker R NUCKOLS ___| | (1873 - 1934) m 1896| | |_Sarah Jane "Sally" JURDONE _ | (1834 - 1890) m 1855 | |--Alice B NUCKOLS | (1898 - ....) | _____________________________ | | |_Alpha Mary FANDREE _| (1877 - 1907) m 1896| |_____________________________
_John William NUCKOLS _+ | (1775 - 1860) m 1812 _Andrew Broaddus NUCKOLS _| | (1818 - 1875) m 1865 | | |_Susan JUDE ___________+ | (1788 - 1860) m 1812 | |--Alice Daniel NUCKOLS | (1869 - ....) | _Archibald WOODSON ____ | | |_Mary Jane WOODSON _______| (1824 - ....) m 1865 | |_Nancy D ANDERSON _____
 City of Richmond 425 S Pine St HH57 William H Austin «tab»34 head. 4/1866 m5y VA VA VA RR Brakeman Alice D Austin «tab»31 wife, 2/1869 VA VA VA m5y 3/3 Myrtle Austin «tab»4 6/1896, dau VA Ella Austin «tab»7/12 10/1899 dau VA Lutile Lloyd «tab»8 11/1891 step daughter VA VA VA
 HH19 William H Austin «tab»42 head m2x m14y VA Railroad Alice D Austin «tab»41 wife m2x m14y 3/3 VA VA VA Myrtle Austin «tab»14 dau Ella Austin «tab»10 dau Lucile Lloyd «tab»18 step dau VA «tab»
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_Israel Richmond NUCKOLS _+ | (1796 - 1857) m 1832 _Henry Knight NUCKOLS __| | (1833 - 1905) m 1857 | | |_Jane M WOODSON __________+ | (1798 - 1874) m 1832 | |--Alice Knight NUCKOLS | (1869 - ....) | __________________________ | | |_Lucy Christian JORDAN _| (1839 - 1925) m 1857 | |__________________________
 1910 Goochland Co, Dover, VA-ppg 186 Lindsey C Harris, 38, VA VA Alice K, wife, 40, M10y no children Lucy C Nuckols, Mother In Law, Widow, 1/11 VA VA VA
_Parker R NUCKOLS _________+ | (1873 - 1934) m 1896 _Buford Jackson NUCKOLS _| | (1901 - 1936) | | |_Alpha Mary FANDREE _______ | (1877 - 1907) m 1896 | |--Alice M NUCKOLS | (1930 - 2011) | _Charles Beauregard TOLER _ | | |_Sue Irene TOLER ________| (1902 - 1964) | |___________________________
 Ward 2, Newport News, Newport News City, Newport News City, 752 31st St Reginald Hansford, head, (x) 26, md, 5g, moved, lived elsewhere in VA 1935, shipyard worker Susie J, wife, 38, 7g Reginald Jr, son, 2 Nuckols, Gordon H, stepson , 14 1h, VA Nuckols, Marion A, stepdau 13, 7g Nuckols, Alice M, step dau 10, 4g, VA Nuckols, Charles R, step son, 5,
_Jesse Singleton "Sing" NUCKOLS _+ | (1861 - 1923) m 1890 _Kirby Cedar NUCKOLS _| | (1902 - 1970) m 1926 | | |_Lenora Alice GILES _____________ | (1868 - 1911) m 1890 | |--Alice Norene NUCKOLS | (1940 - 1940) | _________________________________ | | |_Christine OAKES _____| (1900 - 1996) m 1926 | |_________________________________
First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred
First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred
First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred
_William Green NUCKOLS _+ | (1821 - 1886) m 1845 _John Volero "Lero" NUCKOLS _| | (1847 - 1916) m 1868 | | |_Julia Ann ROYCROFT ____+ | (1823 - 1861) m 1845 | |--Alice Roberta NUCKOLS | (1879 - 1890) | ________________________ | | |_Sarah Jane CLINE ___________| (1852 - 1920) m 1868 | |________________________
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_Silas Henry NUCKOLS _____+ | (1842 - 1916) m 1866 _Ernest Spottswood NUCKOLS _| | (1875 - 1958) m 1898 | | |_Elizabeth Ester ROBERTS _+ | (1841 - 1915) m 1866 | |--Alice Virginia NUCKOLS | (1907 - 1999) | _John GILLOCK ____________ | | |_Sallie Esther GILLOCK _____| (1877 - 1947) m 1898 | |_Sallie DAVIS ____________
_Martin Luther NUCKOLS _+ | (1850 - 1920) m 1894 _Alonzo Wise NUCKOLS ____| | (1897 - 1963) m 1923 | | |_Alice Hunter WALTON ___+ | (1860 - 1932) m 1894 | |--Alice Watson NUCKOLS | (1925 - 1971) | _William Otis NUCKOLS __+ | | (1871 - 1936) m 1906 |_Viola Meredith NUCKOLS _| (1907 - 1996) m 1923 | |_Norma W JOHNSON _______+ (1879 - 1968) m 1906
_Harold Morris NUCKOLS _+ | _Tony Morris NUCKOLS _| | | | |_Pauline COULTER _______ | | |--Alicia Nicole NUCKOLS | | ________________________ | | |_Jennifer Lee HARDIN _| | |________________________
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