_Edgar Marshall NUCKOLS _+ | (1881 - 1974) m 1910 _Edgar Marshall NUCKOLS _| | (1911 - 1994) m 1936 | | |_Linda Lee SMITH ________+ | (1884 - 1926) m 1910 | |--William Marshall NUCKOLS | | _________________________ | | |_Helen Abigail POTTER ___| (1913 - 1993) m 1936 | |_________________________
__ | _____________________| | | | |__ | | |--William Marshall NUCKOLS | (1846 - 1911) | __ | | |_Nancy NUCKLES ______| (1820 - 1893) | |__
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 -Pg 453 Shoemaker, Lw Wm Row Family
 - Pg152a-Muckles David Mohler, no relationship, age 3 living in household
 - Probated 3/8/1911 Rockbridge Will Book 36 Pg 86, Will of William M Nuckols dated 8/6/1889 left all he had to his wife Bettie Francis. Repoduced and Probated 3/8/1911 Rockbridge Co, VA
 Richmond Times House Bills Passed For the relief of W M Nuckols of the county of Rockbridge.
 - Pg39 has Lavenia Shoemaker age 19 they "took in to raise"
Marriage Record- County Record Books
_Benjamin Franklin NUCKLES _+ | (1862 - 1937) m 1884 _George Hermond NUCKOLS _| | (1892 - 1971) | | |_Sarah Elizabeth ROBINSON __+ | (1868 - 1951) m 1884 | |--William McKenzie NUCKOLS | (1925 - 1985) | ____________________________ | | |_Addie Laverne MCKENZIE _| (1898 - 1978) | |____________________________
INDEX[NI18905] [DI18905] [XI18905]
_Noel Thomas NUCKOLS _+ | (1909 - 1990) m 1936 _William Evans NUCKOLS _| | (1932 - 2003) | | |_Mae EVANS ___________ | (1907 - 2000) m 1936 | |--William Mitchell NUCKOLS | | ______________________ | | |_Christine MITCHELL ____| | |______________________
_Lewis Addison NUCKOLS _+ | (1913 - 1994) m 1941 _Richard Wallace NUCKOLS _| | | | |_Cordena Dan BARE ______+ | (1914 - 1999) m 1941 | |--William Nolte NUCKOLS | | ________________________ | | |_Peggy Ann NOTLE _________| | |________________________
_Hardin Duke NUCKOLS _____+ | (1808 - 1879) m 1830 _Addison Norvell NUCKOLS _| | (1844 - 1910) m 1873 | | |_Jane Ambler JONES _______+ | (1809 - 1866) m 1830 | |--William Norvell NUCKOLS | (1880 - 1884) | _Samuel ADAMS ____________ | | |_Sally Will ADAMS ________| (1856 - 1938) m 1873 | |_Susanne Virginia WILSON _
_Lafayette Pouncy NUCKOLS _+ | (1821 - 1857) m 1842 _Timothy Wilhoyte "Squire Tim" NUCKOLS _| | (1847 - 1911) m 1870 | | |_Lucy WILHOITE ____________+ | (1816 - 1854) m 1842 | |--William O NUCKOLS | (1880 - 1911) | _E L STEWARD ______________ | | |_Ruth E STEWART ________________________| (1847 - 1911) m 1870 | |_Elizabeth OFFHAND ________ (1827 - 1910)
 William Nuckols «tab»30 Sallie Nuckols «tab»29
_William Watson NUCKOLS _____+ | (1808 - 1863) m 1837 _Archibald Bolin NUCKOLS _| | (1846 - 1923) m 1866 | | |_Harriett Catherine NUCKOLS _+ | (1822 - 1894) m 1837 | |--William Otis NUCKOLS | (1871 - 1936) | _____________________________ | | |_Phoebe Jordan SHEPHERD __| (1846 - ....) m 1866 | |_____________________________
 William Nuckols «tab»28 6/1871 head, widower, Susan E Shepherd «tab»68 12/1831 aunt VA VA VA (next door to brother Horace)
[NF6793] [NF6794] [NF6795]
1880 Census LDS
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_Samuel NUCKOLS __________+ | (1756 - 1832) m 1776 _William NUCKOLS _______| | (1788 - 1810) m 1807 | | |_Eleanor KNIGHT __________+ | (1755 - ....) m 1776 | |--William P NUCKOLS | (1811 - 1846) | _Joseph Hezekiah PURYEAR _ | | (1735 - 1796) m 1773 |_Nancy Westley PURYEAR _| (1778 - ....) m 1807 | |_Ann ELLIS _______________ (1753 - 1815) m 1773
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_Jesse B NUCKOLS __________+ | (1831 - 1862) m 1855 _George A NUCKOLS _____| | (1856 - 1938) m 1879 | | |_Sarah Ann GILES __________+ | (1834 - 1875) m 1855 | |--William Parrish NUCKOLS | (1896 - 1962) | _John A GILES _____________+ | | (1826 - 1898) m 1852 |_Susan Virginia GILES _| (1863 - 1920) m 1879 | |_Brintha Everline NUCKLES _+ (1832 - 1922) m 1852
 Ward 1, Charlottesville, Charlottesville City, Charlottesville City 1018 Tufton Ave, lodging with Aubrey and Grace Gibson Willie P nuckols, 44, md , 7g, VA no occ. lived same place 1935
WWI Draft Registration
_Maurice Earl NUCKOLS _+ | (1906 - 1958) _Maurice Earl NUCKOLS _| | | | |_Frances E "Boo" ______ | (1916 - 2014) | |--William Patrick "Bubba" NUCKOLS | (1967 - 2002) | _______________________ | | |_Margaret A SWARTZ ____| (1927 - 2004) | |_______________________
_James NUCKOLS _______+ | (1791 - 1833) m 1812 _William H NUCKOLS __| | (1814 - ....) m 1832| | |_Elizabeth Ann CRUMP _ | m 1812 | |--William Preston NUCKOLS | (1843 - 1927) | ______________________ | | |_Ann W SHEARN _______| (1811 - ....) m 1832| |______________________
 Richmond Dispatch.Wednesday...December 27, 1865 «b»Robbery at the Exchange Hotel.«/b» --Mr. Weith's room, at the Exchange, was entered through the window on Mon day night last and robbed of about eleven hundred and seventy-nine dollars in money. Being mostly notes on Southern banks, they were easily identified, and yesterday a man named «u»«b»William Preston Knuckles«/u»«/b» was arrested while engaged in trying to exchange them at a broker's office. The thief, in leaving the room, passed out as he came in, and left the window hoisted after him. He will be examined before the Mayor this morning.
 The Daily Dispatch: Thurs, December 28, 1865 The Robbery at the Ballard House. -«u»«b»-William P. Knuckles «/u»«/b» , charged with entering the room of Mr. Weith, at the Ballard House, on Saturday night last, and stealing a gold watch and between seven and eight hundred dollars in money, was arraigned before the Mayor yesterday for examination. The prisoner was attended by A. Judson Crane and Samuel T. Bayley, Esqs., as counsel. Mr. Weith stated that on the night of the robbery he had retired to bed, h aving first locked his door, when some one entered his room. About 2 o'clo ck A. M. he was awakened by the cold air blowing through his window, which he then noticed was hoisted. He then examined his clothing, and found that his pockets had been robbed of between seven and eight hundred dollars in bank notes and a very fine double-case gold watch and chain. He at o nce repaired to the police station and lodged information of the robbery. On Monday he put the brokers on the look-out, and as the notes were of denominations on banks in Louisiana and Alabama, which could be easily identified, he furnished a description of them. It was his custom to take a list of his notes every night. The next morning, on going to the banking-house of Messrs. William B. Isaacs & Co., Mr. Taylor was in the act of examining some Louisiana notes offered for sale by the prisoner, which, on being shown to him, he identified one of the notes as one that had been stolen from him. The prisoner was detained while he could go for an officer. He afterwards left the house, and was pursued down Main street to Seventeenth, with great cries of "catch the thief"; and as he was crossing the canal bridge he was stopped by two men and taken into custody. Mr. Taylor testified that on Tuesday morning, on his arrival at his place of business, (Messrs. Isaacs & Co.'s,) he heard of the robbery of Mr. Weith. Soon after this, the prisoner came in and offered for sale some money of a description like that lost by Mr. Weith. --While examining them, Mr. Weith came in, and he quietly handed him the notes, one of which he readily identified. As soon as Mr. Weith satisfied himself that the money was his, he went in search of an officer, and while he was absent, Knuckles , the accused, seemed very impatient, repeatedly telling witness to hurry up, as he wanted to go away. Witness delayed him for some moments, keeping his eye upon him. The prisoner finally started towards the door, wh en he met Mr. Weith, and the two exchanged a few words, after which the prisoner started to run, and was followed down the street by Mr. Weith. Dr. Shepherd, of the firm of Shepherd & Cohen, was notified of the robbery on Tuesday morning; and shortly afterwards, while sitting in his office, he heard the cry of "stop thief," and going to the door, saw the accused pursued by Weith, and he was afterwards arrested. When Mr. Weith reported the robbery at his office, he described as among the notes one very similar to that which was afterwards offered for sale at the banking-house of Messrs. Isaacs & Co., and which Mr. Weith claimed as his own. A witness testified that he sold to Mr. Weith the five dollar note which was here identified. He had no doubt that the note here exhibited was the same one. The testimony for the Commonwealth having been concluded, Mr. Crane, for the defence, said that he did not propose to deny that the money offered for sale by Knuckles at the banking-house of Isaacs & Co. was the property of Mr. Weith; but he had testimony to offer in regard to the manner in which it came into his possession, and also as to his whereabouts on the night of the robbery. The following testimony was then given f or the defence: Mrs. Goodwin, a female of large proportions, stated that she kept a bar-ro om in Baker's alley, and that Knuckles boarded with her. On the nig ht when the robbery was committed she could swear that he was in the house all night; that he went to bed about half-past 8 o'clock, and did not get up until after 9 o'clock the next morning. He could not have passed out of the house without waking her up, nor could he have gone out the rear way, on account of a terrible dog, which it would have been dangerous to encounter. James Smith, a youth, testified that, on Monday morning, about 9 o'clock, he was in Ferguson's barber shop, when Knuckless came in. Knew him slightly and spoke to him. Shortly afterwards, while Knuckles was getting his hair dressed, a stranger came in and asked Knuckles if he could take some State money and have it changed for him. With this money was a five-dollar note. Knuckles took the money, saying he would try and sell it for him. The man who came in with the money passed out of the shop. They did not seem to be well acquainted with each other. Arthur W. Ferguson, a young man of mixed blood, son of Ferguson the barber, and employed in the shop, testified to nearly the same facts as Smith. While he was engaged in shaving Knuckles , a man, whose name he did not know, came in, and accosting Knuckles familiarly as "Pres, " asked him if he could not sell some money for him. Knuckles did not seem to recognize him, but afterwards entered into conversation with him, and took the money to sell. Witness farther stated that the man who brought in the money had been in his shop two or three times since. He thought he was engaged in some sort of business here, but could not tell his name. This closed the evidence for the defence, and the Mayor then asked the prisoner's counsel if they had any remarks to make. They replied that they were willing to rest the case upon the evidence, and had no argument to offer here. The Mayor decided to remand the accused for further examination before the Hustings Court, in January next, on a charge of felony. Mr. Crane then made an appeal to his Honor to bail the prisoner. He knew it was not a bailable case, but he made the application on the score of humanity, as the father of the prisoner was then lying at the point of death. The Mayor, on this ground solely, admitted Knuckles to bail in the sum of five hundred dollars for his appearance, which he readily gave, and left the court-room in company with his friends. The witnesses were also recognized to appear.
 Richmond City, VA -Pg482 Age 26 -Restaurant Keeper
 Pg244 In Rooming House Preston Nuckols, other, living in rooming house, age 35, VA VA VA
 Richmond Times dispatch Wednesday, August 4, 1886 A Street Shooting George Bannister Twice Wounded by Joseph Shepherd Last night about a 9:45 o'clock considerable excitement was created by a shooting at the corner of seventh and Broad streets, the victim being Mr. George Bannister, the proprietor of a restaurant and bar room on Governor near Franklin Street. As soon as he was shot -- in the left breast and left forearm -- Bannister was helped in to Krause's saloon and in reply to the question, "George, who shot you?" He said, "Preston Nuckols and Joe Shepherd shot me." One Version Of The Shooting A man who states that he was with Bannister when shot said: "we were coming down Broad Street. I had hold of his arm on one side and another man on the other side. When we had nearly reached the confectionery under the Theater we saw Joe Shepherd leaning against a post near the Theater. Bannister remarked, good -- naturedly: "Here's Shepherd now." Sheppard stepped back about 5 feet and fired at Bannister. The latter threw his coat open with both hands and said: "Here, poor 'em all in me." Sheppard then fired another shot after making one step back." Bannister's Statement After being taken into Krause's saloon banister was laid on a table, and doctors Oppenheimer, Smith and Michaux examined the wounds. Bannister complained principally of pain in his left arm. In reply to questions asked he said that he was playing roulette in Johnson's, on seventh Street between Broad and Grace and Quinn he came down stairs he went up to Nuckols, who was on the sidewalk, and told the latter that he had treated him (Bannister) badly. Then Shepherd, who stood near by, said: "shoot the son of B. -- -- --" Nuckols drew a pistol and fired two shots. It was evident from Bannister's statement that he had been drinking, and that he is thought were not clear or concentrated. After a while he said that when shot the man who did the firing was standing on the other side of the street. At one time he exclaimed: (I'll kill Nuckols before morning."The shooting was done with a 22 caliber pistol. Nuckols Arrested About pass past 10 o'clock Mr. Preston Nuckols, who is a sporting man was arrested and lodged in the Second station -house. A reporter of the Dispatch called at the station and found him seated by a cigar and talking to two gentlemen. When told that a reporter wanted to see him he came forward, saying, "A newspaper man wants to see the desperado". He talked in a cheerful way about the occurrence, and seemed not in the slightest degree alarmed about the result of the case so far as he was concerned. He denied all knowledge of the shooting, except that he heard the two shots fired. He said he was standing on seventh Street near Broad, by the new deal being twin Bannister and another man passed him armed and armored. General Report The general version of the immediate difficulty is that Bannister came out of Johnson's saloon, and with two other men walked up to Broad Street; that the shooting took place near the curbing on seventh Street about on a line with the front wall of the Theater; that the man who did the shooting was Joe Shepherd, also a sporting man; and that as soon as he (Shepherd) fired the two shots he ran rapidly away; that Dr. Brock was sent for to attend the wounded man, and when he arrived Bannister exclaimed, "Here, doctor, come here. Ah, he'll fix me all right." Bannister was removed in a back to his home. Reports as to the cause are very conflicting. One rumor says that Bannister said to Nuckols: "Pres, you are a very good man; you have whipped Colley and several others in your time, but you can't whip me; that is, in a square, hand to hand fight." Whereupon Shepherd said: "Shoot him, Pres, shoot him." Sheppard then shot him. Another account is that the difficulty first originated in Johnson's saloon over a game of roulette and faro. They broke in the glass of the door by the scuffle: then they went outside, and on the sidewalk were some chairs. They are the difficulty was renewed, and both man seized chairs, but friends parted them. Bannister and a friend then went up to Broad St. and crossed over to the Theater corner, near which, on 7th St., Shepherd Met with Bannister and They Again Got to fussing and Shepherd fired two shots. One ball is said to have made a mark on the theater wall. The two wounds were probably made by one ball. Bannister says five shots were fired, but he is probably mistaken. A number of parties say they only heard one. Bail Refused After Nuckols had been arrested and taken to the station house Justice D. C. Richardson was sent for, who refused to bail the accused. Sheppard had not been arrested at midnight.
 Richmond Times dispatch Nuckols Case Again Continued The continued case of W Preston Nuckols, charged with shooting George Bannister, with intent to kill, was called in the Police Court yesterday morning. Acting Justice Ryall decided to continue the case until next Saturday on account of the absence of Justice Richardson, who heard the evidence on the motion for bail, and who was kept at home by the extreme illness of his wife. Nuckols's bail bond was renewed. Mr Thomas Hiltshimer again becoming his surety.
 Richmond Times Nuckols Discharged The continued case of W Preston Nuckols, charged with shooting and wounding Geroge Bannister with a pistol, with intent to kill him, was called in the Police Court yesterday morning. After carefully hearing the evidence Justice Richardson dismissed the case.
 Chataigne's Directory of Richmond, VA 1891 Nuckols, William P, rms, 1341 E Franklin
 Chataigne's Directory Of Richmond, Va 1892 Nuckols, William P, rms 1341 e Franklin
 Chataigne's Directory Of Richmond, Va 1893-94 Nuckols, William P, rms 1314 e Franklin
 Chataigne's Directory Of Richmond, Va 1894-95. Nuckols, William P, rms 1341 e Franklin
 Chataigne's Directory Of Richmond, Va 1895-96. Nuckols, Willliam P, rms 1341 e Franklins
 Richmond Times W P nuckols, trustee, and in his own right and Lula May and James A Thomas to J A Page, 25 feet on east side Fourth strett between Main and Franklin streets with use of a 12 foot wide alley.
 Richmond Dispatch Property Transfers T E Gill and wife to W P Nuckols 45 feet on north side Park Avenue, 203 feet east of Birch street. $2250.
 Richmond Times Dispatch Property Transfers T E Gill and wife to W P nuckols 45 feet on north side Park avenue, 203 feet east of Birch street. $2,250.
 Richmond Times Mrs Mary E Herbert died at 3:30 Monday morning at the residence of her niece, Mrs J A Thomas No 1115 W Main street, Her death was quite sudden. She retired early Sunday night and when the family awoke yesterday morning she was quite ill. She died a few hours later. The cause of the death was apoplexy. Mrs Herbert was the widow of Mr Joseph Herbert and was in her sixty-second year. She had no children but is survived by two brothers Mssrs W P and J H Nuckols. She was held in affectionate regard by a wide circle of friends. The funeral took place from the residence yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Rev Dr Jere Witherspoon conducted the service
 Richmond Times Property Transfers Richmond- W P nuckols to Lula May Thomas, 26 3-12 feet on north side of Park Ave, 203 ft east side of Birch St. $5
 Richmond Times At the hearing yesterday morning it developed that Officer Wyatt still has in his possession two warrants, which have never been served, one being against Press Nuckols and the other against Joseph McDonald, and the supposition is that neither of these men will return to Richmond to stand trial.
 Richmond Times The materials taken from the place alleged to have been run by Pres Nuckols, who is absent from the city and has not yet been tried, were spared and will be used in future as exhibits in court if necessary
 Richmond Times The Tools of Chance Great Quantity Still in City Hall Basement-Belonged to Nuckols In a statement to a reporter yesterday afternoon, Commonwealth attorney Richardson cleared up for good and all a mystery which has surrounded the presence in the basement of City Hall of gambling paraphernalia and which has attracted much attention from the police court devotees. Since the memorable raid by the police upon a number of places formerly used for gambling houses, and the capture of thousands of dollars worth of devices employed in games of chance, all at which was stored in the basement of the City Hall, the paraphernalia in question has occupied the rotunda adjoining the Police Court, and daily every one who is called to the place is impressed by the prolonged and continued presence of the queer-looking tables. Naturally it has aroused much talk and speculation among the public, for it was announced several months ago immediately following the conviction of the gamblers, that every piece of paraphernalia captured by the police had been destroyed in a conflagerate on Capitol Street, which was ignited by Justice Crutchfield. The general public was led to believe that the last vestige of the reign of the gamblers in Richmond had been put out of the way, and some went so far as to save som of the ashes as a momento of the memorable occasion. Why Not Destroyed Such, however, was not the case, for over half of the paraphernalia, the half which was by far the most valuable, was never taken from the basement, and consequently did not add any fury to the flames which devoured the other stuff. There was a good and legal reason for this.The paraphernalia which was not destroyed and which still continues to take up the space and adorn the walls and floor of the basement of the City Hall belonged to Press Nuckols, who was never arrested. Although a warrant was served out for the arrest of Nuckols, he was never apprehended, and at present is located in New York. He cannot be brought back to Richmond to stand trial on the warrant, as the charge is simply a misdemeanor, and he cannot be extradicted. This being the case, no one has any authority to destroy the paraphernalia, for it is known to belong to Nuckols, and until he has been convicted and ownership absolutely proven, the State has no right to burn the property. Nuckols is simply looked upon as a fugitive from justice, and this does not establish his guilt, for the law guarantees everyone a fair trial and impartial jury. In the event of a verdict of the Police Court Justice is not satisfactory. There has been a persistant rumor afloat that Nuckols will remain in New York until all probability of prosecution has vanished by virtue of the statute of limitations, when he will come to Richmond, claim his paraphernalia and ship it away to New York or sell it to someone in the business. But this little scheme will never work, says Mr David C Richardson, Commonwealth's attorney. Will Never Be Immune Mr Richardson says that no matter how long Nuckols stays away from Richmond and avoids prosecution, he will never be guaranteed immunity by virture of the statute of limitations. The minute he sets foot in Richmond, he will be arrested, even though it is five years from date, and he will be arraigned on the warrant chraging him with conducting a gambling house. According to Mr Richardson the warrant was sworn out before Nuckols had ceased gambling in Richmond the necessary length of time to be relieved of prosecution for a violation of the law, and the mere fact that he is at present a fugitive from justice does not relieve him. In other words, he can be held accountable the minute he sets foot in Virginia. Mr Richardson says that while it would be improper and illegal to destroy the paraphernalia belonging to Nuckols, it will be held indefinitely, possibly years. Under no condition or through no mishap can Nuckols gain possession of the property until he has proved himself not guilty of the charge. The paraphernalia is estimated to have been worth at least $2000 when it was new, and the value has not deteriorated a great deal since by having been used. Nuckols conducted a very orderly place, and all of his devices were kept in first class shape. Two Wagon Loads The devices, enough to constitute two wagon loads, were captured one Sunday night in a raid, headed by ex-police Captain Angle. It was taken from a room at Fourteenth and Franklin Streets, where Nuckols in years gone by used to operate the gambling "joint". In the table, wheels, boxes or any of the other stuff could talk many are the interesting stories they could realte about instances and occurances that have happened in their presence. It is remembered how once a man, a well known local sport, went into the establishment with a twenty and a hundred dollar bill, and won an even $2000 without losing a cent, playing roulette.
 W. P Nuckols to James A Thomas, trustee, 419 1/2- 12 feet on north side Park Avenue, 903 feet east side of Birch St. Lula May and James A Thomas, to W P Nuckols, 26 1-3 feet on north side Park Avenue, 203 feet east of Birch St...$7,000.
 Lula May and James A Thomas to W P Nuckols 26 1-3 feet on N side park Ave, 203 ft east of Birch St $7,000
 Ward 3, Pg188 (Nichols In Index) Real Estate Business 1910 Atlantic City NJ William P Nuckols, 60, married 3 times VA VA VA real estate business md 7y Amy C, wife, 31, md 1x, 2 childre 2 living IRE IRE IRE William P Nuckols, Jr, 5 NJ Muriel 1 NJ
 The great Pizzini crash came on Dec 29, 1916 when the late William P Nuckols of richmond and Atlantic City, had an appointment with the real estate operator to transfer investments of $94,500 from the custody of William B Pizzini Company to that of a trust company. Pizzini, by robbing other accounts had regularly paid the interest on the money which he informed Mr Nuckols was distributed in more than twenty loans. But the confernece would have necessitated production on the capitol. Pizzini had three courses- to face the discordant music, to flee the country, or-suicide. He chose the middle ground.
_William H NUCKOLS __+ | (1814 - ....) m 1832 _William Preston NUCKOLS _| | (1843 - 1927) m 1902 | | |_Ann W SHEARN _______ | (1811 - ....) m 1832 | |--William Preston NUCKOLS | (1905 - 1981) | _____________________ | | |_Amy CAMPBELL ____________| (1878 - 1913) m 1902 | |_____________________
INDEX[NI17238] [BI17238] [XI17238]
 Richmond Dispatch Mrs W P nuckols and Master W P Nuckols Jr of Atlantic City sailed Saturday on the steamship Columbia for an extended trip through Europe. They will return in October
 First Name: «tab»W. Preston Last Name: «tab»Nuckols Ethnicity: «tab»U.S.A. Citizen Last Place of Residence: «tab»Atlantic City, U.S.A. Date of Arrival: «tab»Sep 29, 1907 Age at Arrival: 2y Gender: M Marital Status: S Ship of Travel: «tab»Caledonia Port of Departure: «tab»Glasgow Manifest Line Number: «tab»0026
_Allen Lewis NUCKOLS _+ | (1855 - 1920) m 1884 _William Alfred (Twin) NUCKOLS _| | (1889 - ....) m 1919 | | |_Victoria GRANT ______+ | (1861 - ....) m 1884 | |--William R NUCKOLS | | ______________________ | | |_Anice Byrd BURCH ______________| (1888 - ....) m 1919 | |______________________
_James Vance NUCKOLS _+ | (1827 - 1907) m 1855 _Lewis T NUCKOLS ________| | (1861 - 1895) m 1891 | | |_Verlinda Eliza HALL _ | (1834 - 1896) m 1855 | |--William Radford NUCKOLS | (1892 - 1953) | ______________________ | | |_Nancy Elizabeth HOWARD _| (1861 - ....) m 1891 | |______________________
 Inferred Residence in 1935: «tab»Cut Bank, Glacier, Montana William B Nuckols, 68, md, H4, MO, Supt, CCC Camp Institution: «tab»Company 765-CCC Camp G-169
WWI Draft Registration
_Alonzo Broaddus NUCKOLS _+ | (1848 - 1917) m 1867 _Edward Ivanhoe NUCKOLS _| | (1877 - 1927) m 1903 | | |_Maria Cordelia BOWLES ___+ | (1848 - 1883) m 1867 | |--William Ray NUCKOLS | (1910 - 1942) | __________________________ | | |_Daisy Ethel ROBINSON ___| (1887 - 1943) m 1903 | |__________________________
 Roll: 786; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 7; Image: 338.0. Daisy Nuckols 42 head Widow, IA WI IL Forrest Nuckols 23 single, roustabout, crude oil production b AR Ray Nuckols 20 son, single roustabout, crude oil production b LA Martha Nuckols 16 dau, LA Jack Nuckols 15 son, LA Andrew Nuckols 7 son, LA Ollie Tilley 21 dau, md18 Dorothy G Tilley 1 grd Will E Tilley 2/12 grs
_George Lemuel NUCKOLS _+ | (1880 - 1957) m 1900 _Russell M NUCKOLS __| | (1901 - 1974) | | |_Edith Inez ZIEGLER ____+ | (1876 - 1928) m 1900 | |--William Ray NUCKOLS | (1936 - 2005) | ________________________ | | |_Thelma Viola BALES _| (1907 - 1999) | |________________________
_John Andrew NUCKOLS _+ | (1890 - 1971) m 1913 _Samuel Squire NUCKOLS ____| | (1914 - 2004) m 1938 | | |_Mary L SQUIRE _______ | (1893 - 2004) m 1913 | |--William Roland "Butch" NUCKOLS | (1941 - 1960) | ______________________ | | |_Helen Gertrude ROBERTSON _| (1918 - 2006) m 1938 | |______________________
_Joseph Pouncey NUCKOLS _+ | (1793 - 1877) m 1825 _Joseph Edward NUCKOLS _| | (1828 - 1885) m 1855 | | |_Phoebe WATKINS _________+ | (1795 - 1870) m 1825 | |--William Rowland "Roley" NUCKOLS | (1857 - 1945) | _Fielding CHAMBERLAIN ___ | | |_Ruth A CHAMBERLAIN ____| (1830 - 1898) m 1855 | |_Jane MYERS _____________
 -Pg 327D- L/W Martha Richardson Family- Name Rowlon
 Pg 177-Nuckles
 -Pg 141
 Pg4b William R Nuckols «tab»62 Martha F Nuckols «tab»60 Hazel M Nuckols «tab»20 William M Snooden «tab»55
 MD 26/23 (Nuchols)
 Farm: «tab»Yes 601 Rt 1 West Inferred Residence in 1935: «tab»Savannah, Andrew, Missouri William R Nuckols «tab»83, head, wid, H2, MO, Pres, County Mutual Fire Ins Ralph Roderick «tab»29, grson, md H4, MO Marguerite Roderick «tab»30 grdau, md, H4, MO Arthur Roderick «tab»30, lodger, single, MO
Missiouri Death Indexes
_Milton F NUCKOLS ___+ | (1937 - 2011) _Milton [Donna] NUCKOLS _| | | | |_____________________ | | |--William Ryan NUCKOLS | | _____________________ | | |_________________________| | |_____________________
_John NUCKLES __________+ | (1793 - 1876) m 1826 _John Edward NUCKOLS ______| | (1837 - 1918) m 1870 | | |_Labinda Brinthe GRUBB _ | (1802 - 1876) m 1826 | |--William Ryland NUCKOLS | (1883 - 1939) | _Daniel Edward MOTLEY __ | | (1818 - 1898) m 1839 |_Elizabeth Mildred MOTLEY _| (1840 - 1904) m 1870 | |_Mary "Polly" PARSONS __ (1820 - 1891) m 1839
 Name: William Ryland Nuckols City: Not Stated County: Pittsylvan ia State: Virginia Birth Date: 15 Jan 1883 Race: White Roll: 1 985043 DraftBoard: 1 (9-12-1918) William Ryland Nuckols, res Callands, VA age 35 born Jan 15, 1883 Self emp farmer, kin Leora Nuckols Med height, stout build, grey eyes, dark hair
WWI Draft Registration
_Father Of John NUCKOLS _ | _William T NUCKOLS __| | (1830 - ....) m 1856| | |_________________________ | | |--William S NUCKOLS | (1860 - ....) | _________________________ | | |_Sarah ADAMS ________| (1839 - ....) m 1856| |_________________________
_Charles Lewis NUCKOLS __+ | (1913 - 1974) m 1945 _William Hunter NUCKOLS __| | (1947 - 2007) | | |_Virginia Louise BURTON _+ | (1925 - 1988) m 1945 | |--William Shepard NUCKOLS | | _________________________ | | |_Anne Kay Dunbar SHEPARD _| | |_________________________
_Andrew Knight NUCKOLS _+ | (1778 - 1860) m 1801 _Lemuel Knight NUCKOLS _| | (1815 - 1896) m 1843 | | |_Martha Patsey GRAVES __+ | (1782 - 1818) m 1801 | |--William Silas NUCKOLS | (1852 - 1927) | _Samuel R WILKINSON ____ | | |_Mary K WILKINSON ______| (1809 - 1900) m 1843 | |_Elizabeth COLLINS _____ (1773 - ....)
 NUCKOLS, George, (Mrs G), farmer, Sec 22 r, Dunkirk, RR1, Knox Twp NUCKOLS, Jess, laborer, sec 22 Dunkirk, RR1, Knox Twp NUCKOLS, W S, (Mrs W S), farmer, sec 22, h, 134, Dunkirk, RR1, (Oscar), Knox Twp
 NUCKOLS, William (Sarah), farmer, O 94a, 6h6e, R1 Dunkirk, Knox 38
Marriage Record- County Record Books
Marriage Record- County Record Books
_Luther Newton NUCKOLS _________+ | (1863 - 1909) m 1883 _Erskine Stephen NUCKOLS _| | (1892 - 1951) | | |_Lillie Josephine "Jo" EDWARDS _+ | (1866 - 1958) m 1883 | |--William Steven NUCKOLS | (1935 - 1994) | ________________________________ | | |_Leola FRANKLIN __________| (1910 - 2000) | |________________________________