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[NI2733] New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 Name: Caswell Nuckols Arrival Date: 11 Mar 1937 Estimated birth year: abt 1910 Age: 27  Gender: Male Port of Departure: La Ceiba, Honduras Ship Name: Atlantida Port of Arrival: New York, New York Nativity: Tennessee Line: 5  Microfilm Serial: T715 Microfilm Roll: T715_5946 Birth Location: Tennessee Birth Location Other: Memphis Page Number: 166 Port Arrival State: New York Port Arrival Country: United States Name: Caswell C Nuckols Arrival Date: 13 Feb 1936 Estimated birth year: abt 1911 Age: 25  Gender: Male Port of Departure: Hamilton, Bermuda Ship Name: Monarch of Bermuda Port of Arrival: New York, New York Nativity: Tennessee Line: 3  Microfilm Serial: T715 Microfilm Roll: T715_5763 Birth Location: Tennessee Birth Location Other: Memphis Page Number: 94 Port Arrival State: New York Port Arrival Country: United States

[NI2746] Terry, James Will Book 2, Page 493 Recorded Aug 1783 Louisa County, wife Henretta; daughter Jane Bullock, son Stephen; ... divi ded amongst Jane Bullock, Mary Terry, Henritta Nuckols, A??? Terry, Sar ah Terry, Elizabeth Terry, Francis Terry, James Terry, William Terry, Barb ary Terry, and Joseph Terry. To Jane a Negro named Crease, To daughter Hen ritta Nuckols a Negro named Hester, To wife Henritta Negros named jack, Lu cy, Amy, Tom, Sarah, and Di[??]. Executors are Robert Goodwin and James Nu ckols This will ties Ann Terry to her father.  He died before she married Jam es Alexander Nuckolls in 1785.  Henretta was present at her wedding, I ha ve the documentation where a license was issued. Deed Book B, Page 326Aug 1759Thomas Poindexter and Sarah of Louisa, a nd   James Terry  £70   200 acres on the South fork of Rocky Branch.

[NI2748] Ardath Edwards file of complete Burris research available on request in PDF

[XI2750] Johnson Hill Cemetery is in the same fenced in area as Michael-Rutledge Cemetery, separated by a "ravine". This cemetery has been referred to as just "Johnson Cemetery", and the whole area of both cemeteries called "Johnson Hill Cemetery", but each has their own cemetery signs posted and are clearly separated.

[NI2782] Teacher, excellent carpenter, farmer, rail-road employee: Assessor Tipt on Co.,Indiana during his term of office, he established a record for accu racy in mathematics--when the County Books were audited, not one mistake w as found--even the 3rd checking revealed a perfect set of books; A very re ligeous man, well controlled temper; many neighbors have been reformed bec ause of his quiet control of his team in the field; While working on the r ailroad reparing cars or other chorse, it was his habit to whistle and sin g. When perhaps he would mash a finger, his reaction was to whistle, where as his associates were wont to use vile language; Often when he would whis tle, some one would remark "There goes Trimble, cussing again. Early in li fe he taught us the dictionary habit, he would say, "Now daughter, I cou ld tell you the meaning of that word, but you will remember it fr bett er if you look it up for yourself. There is the dictionary, and that is wh at is is for." (By his daughter Lydia Trimble Cox.

[NI2907] «b»WILLIAM MCCRACKEN«/b» married Sarah Osmun. Ovid, Cyrus, Isaac, William, Seneca, Jain, Sarah and Virgil.  William McCracken and Sarah Osmun were living in Bethlehem in «i»The Jerseys in 1749«/i» (earliest date researched to date). Obtained land grant for 'Hermit's Retreat' on the Potomac River in Alleghany Co., Md in 1765 (Now in Green Ridge State Forest in eastern Allegany County, about 22 miles east of Cumberland). Purchased more land in Hampshire Co., Va (now W. Va.) in Virgil was, by his father's will, the youngest McCracken  Submitted  by Don McCracken «u»donmc@tctwest.net )«/u» «b»VIRGIL McCRACKEN (1)«/b» married Mary Gregg Parsons. Virgil was first married to Mary Gregg Parsons in Hampshire Co., Va (now W. Va.). (Mary's first husband, Isaac Parsons, died. She had two children with him, David Parsons and _____?) In 1811 he began to sell off his land and on 13 Mar 1813, I'm guessing the divorce was final in 1813. VIRGIL MCCRACKEN (1) then appears to have married a Nancy Irwin in Franklin Co., Ohio on 15«sup»th«/sup». They had two children. Ovid McCracken born Jennings County Indiana 1820.

[NI2909] Had ten children

[NI3001] OBit names wife Margaret Keen. Son of Kit Keen. Step mother Mrs Grace Keen. 2 dau Mrs Luise K Schnelling, IA and Mrs Zelma K Fallis, IL. son Leonard P, brothers Morris, Blair and John and Carroll and sister Esther K Adkins. HIllcrest burial Park

[NI3002] 1880 Census Place:Bexar, Texas Source:FHL Film 1255291  National Archives Film T9-1291     Page 31 4A John C. STANFIELDSelfMMW47TXOcc:FarmerFa: NCMo: TX Temperance STANFIELDWifeFMW47TXFa: TXMo: TX John STANFIELDOtherMSW21TXFa: TXMo: TX Ophelia STANFIELD OtherFSW18TXFa: TXMo: TX Mary STANFIELDOtherFSW16TXFa: TXMo: TX Frank STANFIELDOtherMSW12TXFa: TXMo: TX Amanda STANFIELD OtherFSW12TXFa: TXMo: TX Henery STANFIELDOtherMSW6TXFa: TXMo: TX Susan STANFIELDOtherFSW4TXFa: TXMo: TX Emma STANFIELDOtherFSW2TXFa: TXMo: TX Charles SPENCEROtherMB37TXFa: TXMo: TX

[NI3005] Childrens birth dates from Sharon Smith SharonS@angelfire.com www.angelfire.com/gordongenealogy

[NI3006] Mary Walton apparently died in Jan 1813. Louisa Co Will Bk 10, p. 142 a nd 143, under date of Feb 1814, gives an accounting of her estate by Jo el Walton, administrator. This includes 334œ cash paid Richard Yancey as h is legacy, with a like or similar amount paid to each of his sons or oth er sons-in-law, for a total of 4, 195œ. Also, sale of negroes, 1,759œ; a nd sale of tobacco, 281.10œ. Expenses in Jan 1813 included funeral expense s, 5œ; cash paid for brandy for sale, 4œ; cash paid Crier 4œ38; cash pa id clerk, 10œ. Cty. Lou, Book: 10, Page: 142, Mary Walton, Type: Sett, Date: 11-Jan-1839 Estate Mary Walton, Joel Walton admr. Jan 1813 cash pd. Richard Yancey h is legacy Nelson Walton do. Meredith Walton do. Richard Nucholls do. Mart in Walton do. Wm. Edwards do. Simeon Walton do. William Walton do. Garla nd Walton do. Frances Smith do. John Walton do. cash for my legacy do. Re c. 11 Jan 1839 Sig. William Jackson, Jr., William Jackson, William O. Harr is. Louisa Co Guardian Bonds pg235-236 GDN BOND Mary Walton Gdn. to Mary Walton, Nelson Walton and Will iam Walton infant orphans of John Walton dec'd. ; L1,000 currt. money; Se c. Martin Walton and Joel Walton 9 Dec. 1793

[DI3020] Social Security Death Index about James Martin Name: «tab»James Martin SSN: «tab»432-22-6940 Last Residence: «tab»72023  Cabot, Lonoke, Arkansas,  Born: «tab»20 Jan 1901 Died: «tab»Apr 1966 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Arkansas (Before 1951)

[NI3060] Louisa Co VA Guardian Bonds pg 233-234 GDN BOND John Walton Gdn to Marideth Walton, infant orphan of J ohn Walton, dec'd. ; L500 currt money; Sec. Joel Walton. 9 Dec. 1793 pg316 GDN BOND Joel Walton Gdn to Nelson Walton orphan of Jno. Walton dec' d; L3,000; Sec. Martin Walton 9 March 1801

[NI3061] Louisa Co VA Guardian Bonds pg 234-235 GDN BOND Joel Walton Gdn to Simon Walton, infant orphan of Jo hn Walton, dec'd. ; L500 currt money; Sec. Martin Walton. 9 Dec. 1793

[NI3063] Louisa Co VA Guardian Bonds pg 233-234 GDN BOND John Walton Gdn to Marideth Walton, infant orphan of J ohn Walton, dec'd. ; L500 currt money; Sec. Joel Walton. 9 Dec. 1793

[NI3065] Never married

[NI3066] Louisa Co VA Guardian Bonds pg 233-234 GDN BOND John Walton Gdn to Marideth Walton, infant orphan of J ohn Walton, dec'd. ; L500 currt money; Sec. Joel Walton. 9 Dec. 1793 p281 GDN BOND-Meredith Walton Gdn to Nelson Walton orphan of Jno. Walton D ec'd; L200 currt money; Sec. Richard Nuckolls. 11 Sept 1797

[NI3067] Louisa Co VA Guardian Bonds pg 234-235 GDN BOND Joel Walton Gdn to Simon Walton, infant orphan of Jo hn Walton, dec'd. ; L500 currt money; Sec. Martin Walton. 9 Dec. 1793

[NI3068] Louisa Co Guardian Bonds pg235-236 GDN BOND Mary Walton Gdn. to Mary Walton, Nelson Walton and Will iam Walton infant orphans of John Walton dec'd. ; L1,000 currt. money; Se c. Martin Walton and Joel Walton 9 Dec. 1793

[NI3069] Richard Yancey's will wherein he names his daughter Keziah Nuckolls.  Wi ll Book 1 Page 349,Mecklenburg, Va.  Dated 1768 and proved 1781. As not ed Keziah married Charles Nuckolls and I have a copy of his will where in he names his wife, Keziah.  As far as the Bolling is concerned, th at is something that is up for question.  Some places she was a Bolling and others she was a Bartlett. IDENTITY: SON OF CHARLES YANCEY & (MARY BARTLETT ?) STATE: VIRGINIA COUNTY:MECKLENBURG DATED: 1768 PROVED: 1781 RECORDED: WILL BOOK 1 PAGE 349 In the name of God, I RICHARD YANCEY of the county [of] Mecklenburg in t he Colony of Virginia, being in my perfect health, senses and memory do he reby make this my last will and testament revoking and setting aside all a nd every will and wills formerly by me made. Imprimis. I give and bequeath my soul to Almighty God and my body to be bu ried in a Christian-like manner. Imps. I lend unto my beloved wife MARY my negroes Paul, Jane, Betty and Fr ank during her natural life. Imps. I give, bequeath and confirm unto my daughter KEZIAH NUCHOLS the neg roes Abram and Lucy - they and their increase to she and her heirs forev er together with one featherbed and furniture all of which she has in poss ession formerly given by me in full of her part of my estate. Imps. I give and confirm in like manner unto my son LEWIS YANCEY the negro es Jack, Beck, and Phil - them and their increase unto him and his heirs f orever together with one horse and saddle; all of which he has in his poss ession formerly given by me in full of his part of my estate. Imps. I give and bequeath in like manner unto my son WILLIAM YANCEY 200 ac res of land be the same more or less whereon he now lives - beginning on t he south side of Beech Creek in the province of North Carolina and Coun ty of Granville opposite to a mouth of a small branch which makes into t he said creek on the North side, thence running South to my back line whi ch joins JOHN STOVALL, thence West to my corner tree, thence North alo ng my old line to Beech Creek, thence down the same as meanders to the beg inning for the compliment aforesaid, which said land is hereby direct ed to be laid off by my executors of this my last will and testament herea fter mentioned together with one negro girl named Lucretia - she and her i ncrease unto him and his heirs, forever, together with one featherbed a nd furniture of which he has in his possession formerly given by me in fu ll of his part of my estate. Also every other thing and things formerly gi ven by me be it of what kind soever. Imps. I give and bequeath in like manner to my son ABSALOM YANCEY a tra ct of land lying and being in the County of Mecklenburg in the Colony of V irginia on Beech Creek containing three hundred acres be the same, mo re or less, on top joining JOHN TWITTY's Order of Council and THOMAS STOVA LL, together with one negro boy named David one featherbed and furnitu re at the value of ten pounds, current money of Virginia, and one horse a nd saddle as he has already received, all of which in full of his pa rt of my estate. Imps. I give and bequeath in manner aforesaid unto my son ROBERT YANCEY t he Negroes Milly and Jane and their increase with one featherbed and furni ture which he has in his possession and thirty pounds current money of Vir ginia which said money is directed to be raised out of my perishable esta te by my executors in full of his part of my other estate. Imps. I give and bequeath unto my son RICHARD YANCEY three hundred acr es of land lying and being in the County of Mecklenburg in the Colony of V irginia be the same more or less on top beginning at the mouth of the Ru ss branch thence down Beech creek as it meanders to the mouth of the bran ch from which my son WILLIAM is [directed?] as aforesaid thence North thir ty- seven degrees East to the back line thence to the beginning together w ith one negro girl named Toney she and her increase unto him and his hei rs forever, one featherbed and furniture at the value of ten pounds curre nt money of Virginia and one horse and saddle which horse he has already r eceived in full of his part of my estate. Imps. I give and confirm unto my son CHARLES YANCEY all the remaining par ts of my land joining my son WILLIAM and RICHARD as aforesaid both in Virg inia and North Carolina together with one negro boy named Micajah one feat herbed and furniture at the value of ten pounds current money of Virgin ia and one mare which he has in his possession in full of his part of my o ther estate. Imps. I give and bequeath unto my son HEZEKIAH YANCEY the negroes Mary a nd they and their increase unto him and his heirs forever one featherbed a nd furniture at the value of ten pounds current money of Virginia one hor se of ten pounds in value and twenty pounds in cash to be raised o ut of my estate. Imps. I give and bequeath unto my son JOSEPH YANCEY one entry of land on t he Russ Branch of Beech Creek in the County of Mecklenburg and Colony of V irginia which said entry of land is to be surveyed by my Executors and Adm inistrators and cleared out of the Office for my said son, JOSEPH a nd to be paid for out of the profits of my estate together with one neg ro girl named Isabel she and her increase unto him and his heirs foreve r, one featherbed and furniture at the value of ten pounds current mon ey of Virginia and twenty pounds of like money to be raised out of my esta te as aforesaid in full of his part of my estate. Imps. I give and confirm unto my son ZACARIAH YANCEY the land and plantati on whereon I now live and one negro man named [_____?] which said neg ro is directed to be hired out by my executors during my said son's infan cy and the profits arising therefrom to be applied to his [use?] with t he interest of the money from year to year which may arise by such hire li kewise one featherbed and furniture of the value of ten pounds current mon ey of Virginia and that my said son ZACARIAH be sufficiently schooled boar ded and clothed and educated out of my other estate without reducing any p art of the above given and bequeathed legacies all of which in full of h is part of my estate. Imps. My will and pleasure is that if any of my children above mentioned s hould decease before they or either of them arrive at the age appoint ed by Law for disposing of their several legacies heretofore given and beq ueathed as is above mentioned or without heirs lawfully begotten that th en such estate so given and bequeathed be and are hereby directed to be eq ually divided between my then living children or their heirs forever. Imps. My will and desire is that after my just debts being final paid toge ther with the several legacies as above mentioned that all and everythi ng and things be and remain in the possession of my beloved wife, MARY, du ring her life and after her decease to be equally divided between my sever al children as above mentioned. I do hereby constitute and appoint my belo ved brother JAMES YANCEY and my son CHARLES YANCEY as my whole and sole ex ecutors of this my last will and testament. In witness -- whereof I have h ereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 24th day of August 1768. Signed dated published and delivered in presence of HENRY PARKMAN her HANNAH X PARKMAN RICHARD YANCEY mark (SEAL) LARKIN JOHNSTON Highly Suspect (Probably inaccurate) information on the LDS IGI submitt ed by one Aubrey Taylor Yancey. Information concerning Children of Charl es & Mary Yancey of Hanover County, Virginia found on the LDS IGI: ARCHELAUS YANCEY, married MARY MARSHALL 4 AUG 1735 JAMES YANCEY, born 4 NOV 1704 ROBERT YANCEY, born 30 APR 1706, married TEMPERANCE ANN HARRIS/DUMAS 22 F EB 1736 RICHARD AUGUSTUS YANCEY, born 24 AUG 1708, married Mary Culbreath [DJY - There is no evidance that his middle name was "Augustus", nor th at he married a Culbreath] CHARLES YANCEY JR., born 24 AUG 1711 ( DJY - Years and Years of research have not uncovered anything that wou ld even support the dates here give for the children of Charles & Mary Yan cey - in my opinion these dates should NOT BE USED in genealogical data fi les, without further evidance being found - their validity is VERY questio nable ) Ratclift's and John Matlock's line ... Samuel Waddy's line by main bran ch ofHickory Bear Creek ... Thomas Thomson's corner; granted to John Bla ir of the city of Williamsburg, Esqr., by patent 17 Mar 1736; convey ed to Benjamin Harris by deed at the Capitol, 23 Oct 1742.  /s/ Benja. Har ris, Sarah Harris.  Wit:  Joseph Fox, Jeremiah Glen, Rich. Yancey, Nathl. William s.  25 June 1745 ack. by Benja. Harris, Sarah, his wife, gave consent.  (R osalie Edith Davis, LOUISA COUNTY, VIRGINIA DEED BOOKS A. & B 1742-1759 [B elluvue, WA: Privately published, 1976], p. .)

[NI3070] Louisa Co Guardian Bonds pg235-236 GDN BOND Mary Walton Gdn. to Mary Walton, Nelson Walton and Will iam Walton infant orphans of John Walton dec'd. ; L1,000 currt. money; Se c. Martin Walton and Joel Walton 9 Dec. 1793 p281 GDN BOND-Meredith Walton Gdn to Nelson Walton orphan of Jno. Walton D ec'd; L200 currt money; Sec. Richard Nuckolls. 11 Sept 1797 pg316 GDN BOND Joel Walton Gdn to Nelson Walton orphan of Jno. Walton dec' d; L3,000; Sec. Martin Walton 9 March 1801

[NI3071] Louisa Co Guardian Bonds pg235-236 GDN BOND Mary Walton Gdn. to Mary Walton, Nelson Walton and Will iam Walton infant orphans of John Walton dec'd. ; L1,000 currt. money; Se c. Martin Walton and Joel Walton 9 Dec. 1793

[NI3072] History of Caldwell Co, Missouri pg494-495 GALLATIN W. NOBLITT (Farmer and Stock-raiser, Post-office, Catawba). G. W. Noblitt, a man whose entire life of over three score years and ten has been one of almost ceaseless activity and upright conduct, is a member of a faimilv which is descended from Thomas Noblitt, an Irishman by birth, who, when a child, came to America during the French and Indian War. At the battle of Quebec he was with that gallant commander, Gen. Wolfe, where he was wounded. Subsequently he took up his residence in Pennsylvania, wliere he married Miss Mary King, a German lady, and some years later removed to North Carolina. From that State he went to Grayson county, Va., and there his death oecurr^ in 1818, at a ripe old age. He reared a large and worthy family of children, who have since become settled in numerous portions of the United States. One of his sons, Abraham Noblitt, born in North Carolina, was married in Virginia to Miss Elizabeth Nuckolls, a native of that State, and their union was blessed with seven children. The mother died in Virginia May 13, 1835, and in 1839 Mr. Noblitt came to Ray county, Mo., where he departed this life some four months after. During the greater part of his earthly career he had followed farming and kindred pursuits, and to this occupation Gallatin W., the subject of this sketch, was very naturally reared. He was born in Grayson county, Va., May 15, 1811, and became settled in Ray county, Mo., the year preceding his father's arrival. It is largelv due to the fact that his own education in youth was so limited which has caused Mr. Noblitt to take such a leading interest in the instruction of the young in more recent years, but his position in this matter is well known. On November 1, 1840, he was married to Miss Louiana J. Davis, who was born in South Carolina January 17, 1821. By this union there were three sons and four daughters: John B., Charles C, Mary M., Elizabeth, Sonora J., Sonoma, Susan E. and William L. Mrs. Noblitt died January 18, 1858. Mr. N. was again married May 22, 1862, to Christine E. Mace, a Virginian by birth, whose death occurred January 28, 1866. She left one daughter, Cora A. March 20, 1867, Miss Mary A. Sconce, born in Ray county. Mo., January 7, 1834, became Mr. Noblitt's third wife. Her father, John Sconce, was one of the early settlers in Ray county. In 1854 Mr. N. took up his location on his present homestead in this township, and with the exception of about eight years he has devoted his entire life to agricultural pursuits, including stock raising. He owns 240 acres of land. Thousfh reared as a Deniocrat, he has always voted against that party, his first suffrage havomg been cast for Henry Clay. During the Civil War he was captain in the State militia. He is a member of the Baptist Church, and he and his wife enjoy to a large degree the confidence and respect of all who know them. Grayson County Court Minutes 1826 Page 14…March 1826 Abraham NOBLETT vs Jacob COLLINS motion for renuing execution parties hea rd and motion dismissed with costs Pg 24 June 1826 A deed from Michael FARMER to William FARMER being heretofore proven in pa rt. Isaac NOBLETT a subscribing witness being dead his hand writing was pr oven in court by Abram NOBLETT. Pg 32 July 1826 William BOBBITT, Martin BOBBITT, Nancey BOBBITT, Abram NOBLITT and Richa rd COX came into court and severally acknowledges themselves indebted to J ohn TAYLOR Esqr Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia for the time bei ng and his successors viz, the said William BOBBITT & Martin BOBBITT in t he sum of fifty dollars each and the said Nancy BOBBITT, Abram NOBLITT & R ichard COX in the sum of one hundred dollars jointly to be levied of the ir respective lands and tenements Pg 33 July 1826 Mathew DICKEY vs Abraham NOBLITT upon an appeal from the judgment obtain ed by the appelle against the appalant for nineteen dollars and twenty ni ne cents & costs. This day came the parties by their attornies and on fu ll consideration the court are of opinion that the judgment of the justi ce is erroneous and that the same be reversed and that the appelant recov er of the appelle his costs in this behalf expanded. Pg36 August 1826 The court proceeded on the trial of Abraham NOBLITT charged with having fe loniously forged and counterfeited a paper perporting to be a receipt exec uted to him by George CURRIN late of the county of Grayson. A court for h is examination being summoned to attend on the first day of this month b ut which court failed to meet. Present: Thomas BALDWIN, John ROBERSON, Abn er JONES, Joshua HANKS, William HAIL, William BALLARD, William VAUGHN, a nd Samuel AMBERN Gentlemen Justices. The said Abraham NOBLITT appear ed in discharge of his recognizance and thareupon several witnesses were s worn and examined and the cause argued by counsel on full consideration th areof the court are of opinion that the said Abraham NOBLITT aught to be s ent on to further tryal before the Superior Court and that he enter into r ecognisance himself in the sum of one hundred dollars with one or more sec urities in the sum of one hundred dollars. Condition for his appearance be fore the Superior court at the next term to answer the charge aforesaid a nd that he remain in custody of the sheriff untill he comply with this ord er. County at the courthouse on the first day of next term and then and tha re give such evidence as they know concerning the forgery of which Abrah am NOBLITT is acured and not depart without leave of the court Pg 40 August 1826 At a court held at Grayson courthouse on the 23rd day August 1826 for t he examination of Abraham NOBLITT charged with having feloniously forged a nd counterfeited a certain writing purporting to be an order executed by S usannah TOLIVER for two dollars ten cents. The said Abraham NOBLITT appeared in discharge of his recognisance and tha reupon several witnesses were sworn and examined and the cause argued by c ounsel, on full consideration thareof the court are of opinion that the sa id Abraham NOBLITT ought to be sent on to further tryal before the Superi or Court and that he inter into recognisance himself in the sum of one hun dred dollars with one or more securities in the sum of one hundred dollar s, condition for his appearance before the Superior Court at the next te rm to answer the charge aforesaid and that he remain in custody of the she riff untill he comply with the order Susannah TOLIVER and John SEXTON appeared in court and severally acknowled ges themselves indebted to John TYLER Esq Governor of the Commonweal th of Virginia for the time being and his successors in the sum of one hun dred dollars each to be levied of their respective lands and tenements goo ds and chattles and to the said governor for the time being and his succes sors for the use of the Commonwealth rendered but to be void on conditi on that each be holden for Grayson County at the court house on the fir st day of next term and then and thare give such evidence as they know con cerning the forgery of which Abraham NOBLITT is accused and not depart wi th out leave of the court. Pg44 Aug 1826 A Deed in Trust between Abram NOBLITT & Elizabeth his wife of the first pa rt and William OGLESBY of the second part and Archibald STEWART and Willi am A. GRAYHAM of the third part was proven by three subscribing witness es and admitted to record 24th August. Pg46 Sept John TRIMBLE for the benefit of William OGLESBY vs David NOBLITT in deb t. Motion of the plaintiff for a writ of nea exis against Abram NOBLITT sp ecial bail for the deft overruled. Pg 48 October 1826 A deed in trust between Abram NOBLITT of the 1st part and Abner JONES of t he 2nd part was acknowledged by the said Abram NOBLITT and Abner JONES w as admitted to record 17th October Older Noblett ancestors were Isaac and David. David sold out on 9/4/1817 a nd he and Sarah Noblett, along with Lazarus Denny and James hill sold la nd to Abraham Noblett 400 acres on Meadow Creek. Abraham fell on hard tim es and was involved with considerable legal actions over debts. Noblett, Abraham Ensign, 3rd Co., 1st Battn. Dec. 17, 1793-Promoted Noblett, Abraham Lieutenant, 3rd Co., 1st Battn. Aug. 26, 1794- Promoted Noblett, Abraham Captain, 3rd Co., 1st Battn. Oct. 26, 1811

[NI3123]     Ivan Palmer Evilsizer was the youngest son of Clarence Elmer Evilsiz er and Ora Belle Martin. He was born on the 15th Day  of February, 19 28 in St. Clair, Missouri located about 50 miles southwest of St. Loui s. He was born at home on a farm known locally as the "George Reed Place" located across the Meramec River from the Meramec Caverns. His fathe r, a carpenter, built the house in which he was born.  He attended Sulliv an High School in Sullivan, MO, where he met Helen Barnes and graduat ed in 1945.  She also attended the same church. Helen's mother did not app roved of the Evilsizer family  as her mom would say "they  would never amo unt to a hill of beans." Mrs. Barnes once stopped Ivan on the street and t old him to stay away from her daughter.      Ivan enlisted in the Army in February of 1946 and inducted at Jeffers on Barracks near St. Louis. He went from there to Fort Leavenworth , Kans as for a week. While there, he called Helen and asked her to come to vis it since. When she arrived, he took her on a romantic stroll by the lake a nd proposed marriage. She turned him down. He was then sent to Fort Eusti s, Virginia for basic training. He learned he would be shipped out to Euro pe, so he decided to make one last attempt with Helen. He called her and p roposed again, but this time she accepted.  She took the train to Virgini a, but they  found there was a three-day waiting period. They then took t he bus to Elizabeth City, North Carolina a hundred miles away.  They  fou nd a Baptist Minister by the name of Outlaw and were married shortly befo re midnight on July 15, 1946.      Ivan's Military  career was short lived but very eventful. He report ed to Camp Kilmer, New Jersey. He took the train to New York, boarded a Vi ctory Ship  and  seven days later arrived in LeHarve, France. He went by t rain to Bamberg Germany. In Bamberg, he was placed in the replacement dep ot awaiting an assignment. While there, he volunteered for guard du ty . He guarded a hotel that housed the DP's. (Displaced persons releas ed from concentration camps that had no home or family to return to). Whi le on duty one day as Corporal of the Guard, there was an incident where o ne of the guards was in danger of being attacked from the rear, and Ivan s hot the attacker. Unfortunately he died and Ivan faced a Court Marsha ll as a "formality" in order that no future charges could be brought again st him.  According to "My Life and Times" by Ivan Evilsizer, Chapter 14, E urope, he was found guilty and fined a carton of cigarettes.  Ivan then re ported to Freising, Germany  to the 42nd Cavalry Squadron. While ther e, he was a Clerk Typist for Colonel Charles Reed, the regimental Commande r.  He advance rapidly to a T5  and was appointed acting Sgt. Major. Whi le in Europe , Ivan was also a part of the excursion by the Second Caval ry into Czechoslovakia to secure the Lipisan mares that belonged to the Sp anish Riding Academy at Vienna Austria. The Disney Studios produced a mov ie later on this incident. Ivan was able to meet a famous artist while the re by the name of Nikolaus Rybakovas and his wife Antonia Demabroskit e, an opera singer. He drew a special Christmas card for Ivan's wife. Iv an traded a set of art-gum erasers to the artist for an original set of h is paintings.  Ivan boarded the USS General Richardson for home, arrivi ng at Fort Dix, New Jersey where he was discharged March 3, 1947. He had b een in the service almost a year to the day.      Ivan took his new wife and left Missouri for Dallas, Texas. He major ed in Accounting at the Draughton Business College. Helen worked , helpi ng him through school. There they bought their first home, first car,  fir st TV, and their first child, Sandra Jean was born there on the 28th d ay of August, 1949. His first job was with Excel Products as Office Manage r.  He worked for Howard Van Lines, and it was there that he met Woodie Ja rmon who owned a van lines in Wichita Falls, Texas, and he hired Ivan to m ove there and work for him as Office Manager.   Several years later, wh en the Jarmon brothers started using van lines money to put into oil we ll ventures, the company began losing money and Ivan resigned from Jarmons .      In  1950, Ivan and Helen rented their home and moved to Wichita Fall s, Texas where he worked for Jarmon Van Lines. From 1952, he went to Mobi le Alabama and worked  as a comptroller for Montgomery Wards.  He return ed to  Texas by 1954 and worked for a while at the new General Motors Pla nt in Arlington. In 1955 they moved to Los Angeles California and again wo rked for General Motors. It was here, while living in Lynwood, Californi a, their second child, Ivan Charles Evilsizer was born October 22, 1958.      Ivan and family then moved across the United States in 1959, to Tamp a, Florida. He went to work for Yocam & Diamond Batteries and in 196 3, he received a promotion and was relocated to Jacksonville, Florida. Whi le in Jacksonville, he went back to work for Montgomery Wards, and they tr ansferred him to Tallahassee, Florida in 1971 to open a new store.      Ivan made his final move on March 1, 1972 to San Diego, California. T hen, he worked for a Health Food Store in La Jolla.  Later, he worked f or El Poco Candle and Gift Shoppes.  When Mr. Smith died, he started worki ng for Ponto Corp. in Carlsbad.  He was Vice-President of Finance at bo th Ponto and El Poco. He worked as a Controller and Chief Financial Offic er for several companies over the next twenty-five years. He  had open-hea rt surgery for replacement of a heart valve in 1989, and then retired a ye ar later, in 1990.  He continued to work for short periods as a Consulta nt for Gary Randall with Ponto Corp up until his death. He died in his ho me in San Diego, January 1, 1997, of liver cancer. Ivan wrote his Autobiography  entitled "My Life and Times" in 1993. In th is book he details his life and travels in exceptional detail. His childr en are in possession of his book.

[NI3142] William Ward and Mary Young are found as parents on WFT Vol 49 Tree2009 There were six Wards in the 1786 Mont. Co. tax list: Peter, John Sr., Jo hn Jr., Wells, Nathan, and James. Osborne's militia included Nathan, Well s, and James Ward (1783). Later militia lists also had Stephen, Walker, a nd William W. The Wards settled first on Saddle Creek: Nathan, Stephen, a nd Wells W. on tax list there, 1815. Later many Wards lived on Buck Mt, wh ich surrounds Saddle Creek. The Prior to 1800 list includes Elijah, Jonath an; (Nathan, and P. Ward (Fields, 58). Nuckolls discusses some Wards th at married with Nuckolls family. The Wards included many noted musicia ns in the Appalachian tradition. THE NEW RIVER FRONTIER SETTLEMENT ON THE VIRGINIA-NORTH CAROLINA BORDER 1760-1820 by Paula Hathaway Anderson-Green* Published in the Virginia Maga zine of History and Biography, V86: pgs. 413-431 (1978 Ballard Ward married the second time, Sophia L. Nuckolls, fourth daught er of Clarke Nuckolls and wife, Rosa Bourne Hale. He sold his farm on Crip ple Creek, and bought the farm on Knob Fork in Grayson county, where Willi am Bourne and Rosa Jones, his wife, first settled. At that place, a son, B allard Ernest Ward, was born to them, July 15th, 1877. He is the only chi ld of Ballard Ward and Sophia Nuckolls. When he was an infant, his moth er died, and is buried at the Nuckolls cemetery near Old Town, Va. At t he request of his mother, Ballard Ernest Ward was taken by her brothe r, B. F. Nuckolls (the writer of this history), and brought up with his fa mily. He was married to Miss Lucy B. Anderson, Ivy, Va., on June 10th,191 3. He is travelling auditor for the Pocahontas Consolidated Collieries Co ., and lives in Pochontas, Va. Ballard E. Ward married the third time, Mrs. Caroline Dances Killing er of Marion, Va. He died in 1896, and is buried in the cemetery at Ebenez er Church, Spring Valley, near his home in Virginia. His third wife died a nd is buried in Marion, Virginia; no issue.

[NI3143] First son, Ellis William Clarke Ward, graduated at Emory and Henry Colle ge and took course in Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn. He was licen sed to preach by the M. E. Church, South; married Miss Lelia Sparks of Cen tre, Cherokee county, Ala.; was principal of Elk Creek School, then mov ed to Centre, Alabama, and commenced the practice of medicine. He died wi th typhoid fever in Centre, Ala.; one child (died in infancy); both buri ed at Garrett Cemetery, Ala.

[NI3146] Second son, Floyd Harvey Ward, married Miss Ella Walsh (daughter of Dr. Wa lsh). First daughter, Mamie, married Dr. Phipps, and lives at Bridle Cree k, Va.; second daughter, Laura Ward, married Richard Rowe, Wythe County, V irginia; third daughter, Ethel Ward, married Prof. Crockett Carr, Galax, V irginia. Floyd Harvey Ward and family moved to Illinois from Knob Fork, Va

[DI3151] Social Security Death Index about Guy Higley Name: «tab»Guy Higley «tab» SSN: «tab»412-05-2239 Last Residence: «tab»79416  Lubbock, Lubbock, Texas,  Born: «tab»25 Mar 1906 Died: «tab»3 Aug 1989 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Tennessee (Before 1951) Name: «tab»Guy Higley Jr Title: «tab»Jr Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab» Death Date: «tab»03 Aug 1989 Death County: «tab»Lubbock Death Place: «tab»Lubbock, Texas, United States Source Citation "Texas, Death Index, 1964-1998," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JVJL-ZZK : accessed 10 Sep 2012), Guy Higley Jr, 03 Aug 1989; citing Texas Department of State Health Services, Austin,Texas.

[DI3158] Hogland, Kenneth D. fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church Wednesday, September 26, 2012. Beloved husband of Joan Hogland (nee Holke); dear father of Sheri and Christopher (Julie) Hogland and Stephanie (Jeremy) Johnson; dear grandfather of Lauren, Jacob, Halie and Tyler; dear son of the late Benjamin and Stella Hogland (nee Nuckolls); dear brother of Ed Gathings and the late Benjamin (Louise) Hogland; our dear uncle and friend. Services: Funeral from KUTIS AFFTON CHAPEL, 10151 Gravois Saturday, September 29, 10am. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contribu tions to BackStoppers or Catholic Charities appreciated. Visitation Friday 4-9pm. Published in St. Louis Post-Dispatch on September 28, 2012

[NI3159] Frances Laura Ward, only daughter of Ballard E. Ward, married John C. Ha le of Centre, Cherokee county, Ala. Issue, one son and two daughters. T he son, Ballard E. Hale, died young. First daughter, Stella Hale, educat ed at Centenary College, Cleveland, Tenn., single; second daughter, Virgin ia, single, at Centenary College. They live in Centre, Alabama. Mrs. Ha le died in Centre, Alabama, January 30th, 1914; is buried in the Garrett c emetery. John C. Hale is son of Clarke Hale and wife, Susan Garrett, of Ga rrett's Ferry, Ala. Clarke G. Hale was son of Stephen Hale and wife, Franc es Bourne, of Elk Creek, Va. John Hale has been a merchant the greater pa rt of his life. He now employs his time looking after the Garrett plantati on, a large and productive body of land, on the Coosa river near Centre, A la.

[DI3164] Book: Wythe County, Virginia Annotated Death Records 1900-1914 Page 262 James Stuart WARD: White, male, married, merchant; b: March 19, 1863 in Speedwell, VA, d: September 17 or 19, 1913 in residence in Roanoke, VA; Age at death: 50 years, 5 months, 28 days old; Cause of death: myocarditis; duration 1 year & 3 months; Physician: G.B. Lawson, Roanoke, VA, Father: Ballard E. Ward, born in Speedwell, [VA], Mother: Amelia E. NUCKLES, born in Speedwell, VA, Spouse: Alice Varney GORDON; Burial site: East End Cemetery; Date of burial: September 19, 1913 at 3:00 p.m., service held at Methodist Church. Sources- ("Porterfield Records," Bol. II, Record 177; Chitwood, East End Cemetery, p. 58. Notes: Mr. John Williams ordered and paid for the funeral expenses. The tombstone had the date of death as September 19, 1913. Myocarditis: inflammation of the heart muscles.

[XI3181] S/O REV B F & M F, AGE 2 Y

[NI3186] Ruth Frances Nuckolls, b. Mar. 8, 1872, in the old Goodykoontz home near F loyd C. H., Va.; d. on Sunday, June 29, 1952, at Cleveland, Tenn., interme nt was in Fort Hill Cemetery, Cleveland, Tenn; educated in Wytheville, Va ., graduate of Martha Washington College, Abingdon, Va., 1890, after gradu ation, served as a member of the faculty in the Music Dept of Centenary Co llege, Cleveland, Tenn. A Memorial sketch prepared by friends and published in the June 30, 195 2, issue of the Cleveland Daily Banner follows.  " Mrs. Johnston was a wom en of unusual intellectual attainments and deep religious convictions.  S he was endowed with qualities that merited recognition in every organizati on of which she was a part.  Her life shone with radiant force in the prom otion of the better things of life, the civic, religious and cultural thin gs of the community. Her contribution to the religious life of the city ca nnot be overestimated.  She has been a leader in the Sunday School and t he women's organizations of Broad Street Methodist Church (the former M. E- Church, South) since coming to Cleveland and was teacher of the Johnst on Sunday School Class in the Church for almost a quarter of a century. "Mrs.  Johnston was a charter member of the Cleveland Woman's Club and h as given her time to the promotion of the interest of the Club througho ut the years.  She has been active in the patriotic organizations of th is city and of the state.  She was a member of the Nashville Chapter Numb er 7 Colonial Dames; an active member of the Tennessee Society, Daughte rs of 18l2, and was for many years a state officer in that organizatio n.  She was a charter member of Ocoee Chapter, Daughters of the American R evolution, and held many local and state offices in the society and was ch aplain of the local chapter at the time of her death.  A true daught er of the Old South, she was instrumental in the organization of Jeffers on Davis Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, almost half a centu ry ago and has been on the executive board since its organization.  She se rved as chapter president five terms with a total of 15 years in that offi ce.  She was chaplain, chapter counselor, honorary president for life of J efferson Davis Chapter, and honorary president for life of the Tennessee D ivision of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. "Mrs. Johnston's life was well spent. Her gentleness, her constant thoug ht for others and her fine Christian character endeared her to all who kn ew her.  Her passing was like the removal of a lamp that gives light to a ll of the house." For her wedding breakfast Roast Peacock was served -carved by Stephen Nuck olls, and his wife Leona Cornett Nuckolls helped with the serving.  Marri ed June 21, 1893, in the Methodist Church, Old Town, Va., by Rev.  David S ullins, to Joseph Emmett Johnson, prominent Cleveland Banker, b. i86 o, d. i936, buried in Fort Hill Cemetery, Cleveland, Tenn.  Res.  Clevelan d, Tenn.  Issue:

[DI3186] Name: «tab»Ruth Nuckolls Johnston Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»29 Jun 1952 Event Place: «tab»Cleveland, Bradley, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»80 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1872 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Ben F. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother: «tab»Mae F. Goody Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab» Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4181504 Image Number: «tab»2318 Film Number: «tab»2372654 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 19657

[DI3187] Name: «tab»Josiah Emmett Johnston Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»21 Nov 1936 Event Place: «tab»Cleveland, Bradley, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab»Married Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»76-4-23 Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»28 Jun 1860 Birthplace: «tab»Cleveland, Tennessee Spouse: «tab»Ruth Nuchols Johnston Father: «tab»James Miller Johnston Father's Birthplace: «tab»Blount County, Tennessee Mother: «tab»Sarah A. Tucker Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Lenoir, North Carolina Occupation: «tab»Banker Street Address: «tab»Ococe St 2nd Ward Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Fort Hill Burial Date: «tab»22 Nov 1936 Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183409 Image Number: «tab»2395 Film Number: «tab»1876843 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 26383

[NI3188]                                                THE OLD BOURNE CLOCK This clock was brought to what is now Grayson County, Va, about the year 1 770. This was the first clock that was brought to this upper part of the N ew River Valley, and was the property of William Bourne and his wife, Ro sa Jones.  After the death of William Bourne and his wife (1836), it pass ed into the hands of Stephen Bourne, their son; from him to his son, Mart in Bourne; from him to his son, Montgomery Bourne; from him to Benj.  Flo yd Nuckolls, great grandson of William Bourne and wife; and from him to h is Dau.  Ruth Nuckolls Johnston; from her to her Dau.  Mary Ruth Johnst on Speck, Annandale Park, Cleveland, TN. The clock is running and keepi ng correct time, in this the year of 1956. It is made of the best materia l, and the case and works show the ingenuity and taste of an honest workma n. The case of the clock is made of mahogany and stands eight feet, thr ee inches from the floor to the tip of the central brass knob on top of t he clock.  The trimmings are of brass, and there are rows of different col ored blocks of wood inlaid around the case. The wheels and pendulum a re of brass, and the weights are cast iron.  It is an eight-day clock, a nd is wound with a brass key. There is no date on the clock but it was bro ught to Grayson County about the year of 1770.  The following is copied fr om a card that was tacked inside the case when the clock arrived in Grayso n: Common House Clocks, Table Spring Clocks.  Time Pieces of different Constr uctions.                                                       Made By                                             AARON WILLARD                                                         Boston Directions for fitting up the clock: First, plumb up the case and hang on the pendulum and weights observing th at the heaviest weight be put on the pulley marked " S." Windup the lin es on the barrels, taking care that they,Tun regularly in the grooves, th en put the pendulum in motion. To make it go faster, screw the pendulum u p; slower, screw down. On the face of the clock is the following: Warranted For Mr. Benjn.  Stetson. AARON WILLARD, Boston. The clock is now in the possession of Mary Ruth Johnston Speck, (Mr s.  C. T. Speck), at her beautiful home, Annandale Park, Cleveland, Tenn.

[DI3190] Name: «tab»Isaac C. Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»13 Oct 1875 Death Place: «tab»Old Town, Virginia Age: «tab»2 Birth Date: «tab»1873 Birthplace: «tab»Independence, Virginia Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Single Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»B. F. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»M. F. Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07002-3 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2056981 Reference Number: «tab»e 25 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRQC-187 : accessed 7 April 2012), Isaac C. Nuckolls (1873).

[DI3191] Name:  «tab»Mrs. Emma W Hale [Mrs. Emma W Cooper] Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»66y 4m 0d Address:  North Main St in 1st Ward Birth Date: «tab»Dec 1861 Birth Place: «tab»Grayson Co, Virginia, United States Death Date: «tab»25 Apr 1928 Death Location: «tab»Mount Airy, Surry Spouse's Name: «tab»S M Hale Father's Name: «tab»Dr. B F Cooper born Wythe Co, VA Mother's Name: «tab»Sarah Nuckles born Grayson Co, VA Informant S M Hale, Mt Airy, NC Burial 4/27/1928 Oak Dale Cemetery

[DI3196] Name: «tab»Nannie Elizabeth Hoss Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»16 Mar 1951 Event Place: «tab»Kingsport, Sullivan, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»74 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1877 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Brutus Fleming Cooper Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother: «tab»Sarah Frances Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab» Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4181461 Image Number: «tab»2031 Film Number: «tab»2372446 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 51-06783

[HI3198] (Research):Name:  «tab»Stephen Mason Hale Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»80 Birth Date: «tab»28 Jan 1862 Birth Place: «tab»Grayson, Virginia, United States Death Date: «tab»16 May 1942 Death Location: «tab»Mount Airy, Surry Spouse's Name: «tab»Emma Hale Father's Name: «tab»Wiley D Hale Mother's Name: «tab»Martha Gwyn Mitchell RESIDENCE: «tab»MT Airy, Surry, North Carolina

[DI3199] North Carolina Death Certificates, 1909-1975 about William Bruce Hale Name: «tab»William Bruce Hale Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»74 Birth Date: «tab»4 May 1883 Birth Place: «tab»Grayson, Virginia, United States Death Date: «tab»27 Apr 1958 Death Location: «tab»Mount Airy, Surry Spouse's Name: «tab»Minnie Burke Hale Father's Name: «tab»Stephen Hale Mother's Name: «tab»Emma Cooper Residence: «tab»Mount Airy, Surry, North Carolina

[DI3200] North Carolina Death Certificates, 1909-1975 about Chas Cleave Hale Name: «tab»Chas Cleave Hale Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»59 Birth Date: «tab»24 Jan 1885 Birth Place: «tab»Grayson, Virginia, United States Death Date: «tab»11 Dec 1944 Death Location: «tab»Mount Airy, Surry Spouse's Name: «tab»Marie Griffin Hale Father's Name: «tab»Stephen M Hale Mother's Name: «tab»Emma Cooper Residence: «tab»MT Airy, Surry, North Carolina

[BI3202] Name: «tab»Ellis Scott Hale Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»12 Oct 1898 Birthplace: «tab»Mt Airy, Surry, North Carolina Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father's Name: «tab»Stephen M Hale Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Emma W Cooper Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00370-3 System Origin: «tab»North Carolina-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»344608 Reference Number: «tab»v A-Z p 36

[DI3202] Social Security Death Index about Ellis Hale Name: «tab»Ellis Hale SSN: «tab»233-09-5324 Last Residence: «tab»33581  Sarasota, Sarasota, Florida,  Born: «tab»12 Oct 1898 Died: «tab»Apr 1983 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»West Virginia (Before 1951) Florida Death Index, 1877-1998 about Ellis Scott Hale Name: «tab»Ellis Scott Hale Death Date: «tab»27 Apr 1983 County of Death: «tab»Sarasota State of Death: «tab»Florida Age at Death: «tab»84 Race: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»12 Oct 1898

[NI3205] Clara Mae Hale married Oscar Hoyle Yokley. he didn't die in 1912. his 1st son John Hale Yokley was born in 1913. Oscar remarried after Clara Mae died and had 3 more children and died after 1929 (his youngest son was born in 1929). I don't have the correct date in front of me.

[DI3205] North Carolina Death Certificates, 1909-1975 about Mrs. Clara Hale Yokley Name: «tab»Mrs. Clara Hale Yokley [Mrs. Clara Hale Hale] Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»30 Birth Date: «tab»6 Apr 1889 Birth Place: «tab»Grayson, Virginia, United States Death Date: «tab»11 Jun 1919 Death Location: «tab»Mount Airy, Surry Spouse's Name: «tab»Oscar H Yokley Father's Name: «tab»S M Hale Mother's Name: «tab»Emma Cooper

[DI3207] North Carolina Death Certificates, 1909-1975 about Forrest Hale Nimocks Name: «tab»Forrest Hale Nimocks [Forrest Hale Hale] Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»74 Birth Date: «tab»17 May 1895 Birth Place: «tab»North Carolina, United States Death Date: «tab»1 May 1970 Death Location: «tab»Fayetteville, Cumberland Father's Name: «tab»Stephen Mason Hale Mother's Name: «tab»Emma Cooper Residence: «tab»Fayetteville, Cumberland, North Carolina

[NI3208] A little highlight of our part of the family is Steven Thornton  married Kathryn Cordell Thornton. Kathy was an astronaut and flew in space four times. Tom Stelling 386-299-7841TLStelling@earthlink.net

[DI3210] North Carolina Death Certificates, 1909-1975 about Edwin Clyde Banner Name: «tab»Edwin Clyde Banner Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»80 Birth Date: «tab»6 Dec 1883 Birth Place: «tab»Surry, North Carolina, United States Death Date: «tab»18 Mar 1964 Death Location: «tab»Mount Airy, Surry Spouse's Name: «tab»Madge Cass Banner Father's Name: «tab»Wilcher Banner Mother's Name: «tab»Cordelia Hines Residence: «tab»MT Airy, Surry, North Carolina «tab»

[NI3211] Clara Mae Hale married Oscar Hoyle Yokley.  his 1st son John Hale Yokley was born in 1913. Oscar remarried after Clara Mae died and had 3 more children and died after 1929 (his youngest son was born in 1929). I don't have the correct date in front of me. «u»yllwsmiley@yahoo.com «/u»Groom's Name: «tab»Oscar H. Yokley Groom's Birth Date: «tab»1888 Groom's Birthplace: «tab» Groom's Age: «tab»35 Bride's Name: «tab»Mary Emily Wilkinson Bride's Birth Date: «tab»1897 Bride's Birthplace: «tab» Bride's Age: «tab»26 Marriage Date: «tab»03 Mar 1923 Marriage Place: «tab»Charlotte, Mecklenburg, North Carolina Groom's Father's Name: «tab» Groom's Mother's Name: «tab» Bride's Father's Name: «tab» Bride's Mother's Name: «tab» Groom's Race: «tab»White Groom's Marital Status: «tab» Groom's Previous Wife's Name: «tab» Bride's Race: «tab»White Bride's Marital Status: «tab» Bride's Previous Husband's Name: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»M00011-6 System Origin: «tab»North Carolina-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»812965 Reference Number: «tab»p 246

[DI3235] Social Security Death Index about Oscar Anderson Name: «tab»Oscar Anderson SSN: «tab»096-28-0723 Last Residence: «tab»32804  Orlando, Orange, Florida,  Born: «tab»12 May 1906 Died: «tab»Feb 1982 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»New York (1952-1953) Florida Death Index, 1877-1998 about Oscar Grey Anderson Name: «tab»Oscar Grey Anderson Death Date: «tab»21 Feb 1982 County of Death: «tab»Orange State of Death: «tab»Florida Age at Death: «tab»75 Race: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»12 May 1906

[NI3270] Sent by Carl Steiger dcsj78@gmail.com - "Hulett Area Past and Present". Pg 185 William Swift Nuckolls Will was the oldest son of ten children born to Stephen Nathaniel and Leona Nuckolls of Galax, VA, Will was born in 1888. At age 18 (1906), he decided to come west and work for George Byrd who managed the J H Ranch (one mile west of Hulett) for owner Jake Hale of Sturgis, South Dakota. George had served as best man for Will's parents back in Virginia. While working for the JH, Will took up a homestead on Whitetail Creek. In 1914 Will sold his homestead to the JH Ranch and bought the G-G brand from George Gerig's widow, Mary. This brand was originally recorded by Mary Gerig in 1886 while Wyoming was still a territory. George Gang ran a horse ranch northeast of Seely. George crossed Belgian studs with thoroughbred mares to raise a type of horse in demand by the French Army. He had a contract to supply four to six year olds, rough break. In the spring of 1914, while roping a horse from his riding string, George was kicked in the head and killed. That fall Will bought the brand which included all the horses he could gather carrying the G-G brand. George died before spring branding round-up so the colts off his mares were not branded. In the fall horse round-up, Will noted there were only six unbranded colts running with the 115 G-G mares. Will lived for a time with Chet Moore in Government Canyon and continued to supply horses to the French Army. Ben Nuckolls (born 1900), at age 16, came to live with his older brother, Will. They batched in a cabin on the Chet Moore ranch. On June 21, 1917 WIll married Myra Lawrence. They lived, and proved up, on Myra's homestead (taken up earlier that year) located on Roger's Creek, a tributary of Barlow Canyon. That same year Will traded 100 head of horses to Charlie and Goldie Hardy for land joining Myra's homestead. This land included the stone and timber claims filed by the Hardy's and the Will Roger's homesteads. This is now a part of the Jw Nuckolls Ranch. Will and Myra built a large two-story barn in 1927 and a three-bedroom home in 1930 on the Roger's homestead site with lumber sawed, on the place, by Harrison Howard. Bill Blakeman, a neighbor who homesteaded on Sawmill Creek, foremaned the carpentry on the barn, and Charlie Baker, a neighbor on Upper Barlow, foremaned the building of the house. Will and Myra raised a family of seven consisting .of Myra Wilma, Emma Leona, Ethel Lois, Eva Mae, Stephen Nathaniel, Billy Clifton, and Jw. In the spring of 1940 Will held a ranch auction; leased the ranch to Vernon Nussbaums and took his family (except for Wilma who was working in Denver) back to Galax, Virginia to operate his Dad's ranch there. In short time this mistake was recognized and when school bells rang the fall of 1940 in Hulett, Wyoming, the Nuckolls were there. Pg 186 Descendants of William and Myra  Nuckolls Myra Wilma, born May 2, 1918, served with the Red Cross in World War II. Married Huseyin Nur Sahir-Silan August 22, 1953 in Onkara, Turkey. One son, Stephen Nur, born June 7, 1954, married Karen Wing (one daughter to this marriage), now divorced. Myra is also divorced. Emma Leona, born September 1, 1920, worked for the U.S. Air Force from 1943-1946. Married Otto Henry Heiser on May 4, 1947, Ranch near Oelrichs, South Dakota. Children include: Jeanne Lois (Mrs. Roger DeVries) - two sons, David and Danny, a daughter, Ann Marie; Larry William; Betty Myra (Mrs. Tim Maseberg) - three boys, Miles, Morgan, and Marshall; and Carol Marie. Ethel Lois, born May 3, 1923, became a beautician and operates the Pioneer Salon in Denver, Colorado. Married Arthur Egli, divorced, married Arthur Edwards. Eva Mae, born August 19, 1925, also a beautician and partner in Pioneer Salon until she married Adam Raymond Neiman on December 26, 1949. They sawmilled and ranched in the Hulett area. Children born to the marriage: Marilis Elaine, died as an infant; Monte Scott married Jody Carr - two daughters Amanda Jo and Nicole Ann. divorced; Dana Rae; Linden Carmel; and Crag Jeremy. Stephen Nathaniel, born September 4, 1927, served with the U.S. Army in the Korean War. Married Ethel Huseby in August of 1950. Four children - Stephen Randolph who passed away September, 1983; Terilyn Marge (Mrs. John Gibbs); Clifton Eugene; and Myra Janine (Mrs. Tom Camino). Steve worked in the Neiman and Johnson sawmills until he moved to Buffalo, Wyoming in the 1960's where he owned and operated the Lariat Cafe. Ethel died of a heart attack in 1971. Steve remarried Lea Bolinger. Billy Clifton, born May 15, 1929, died of a brain tumor on December 25, 1945. JW Nuckolls born Sept 2, 1933 ranches on hom eplace. Married Frankie Jo Russell, divorced in 1958. Married Thea Amspoker on Sepr 13, 1959. Five children in this family - Nan Adrene (Mrs Tom Neiman) has a daughter, Brittany Ann; Dawn Patricia (Mrs Shannon Brengle) has a daughter Brandi Marie; Zeta Marie; William Swift; and Sam Nathan 11/25/1916-Crook Co, WY-Sundance Land Office 193.56 acres        Document Nr.: 04540 Misc. Doc. Nr.: 0         Accession/Serial Nr.: 556021         BLM Serial Nr.: WYS 0004540         1 24/ 54-N 65-W No 6th PM WY Crook         Remarks: LOT 1 OR SWSW QUARTER         10 25/ 54-N 65-W No 6th PM WY Crook        Remarks: LOT 10 OR NWSW QUARTER         4 25/ 54-N 65-W No 6th PM WY Crook         Remarks: LOT 4 OR NWNW QUARTER         5 25/ 54-N 65-W No 6th PM WY Crook         Remarks: LOT 5 OR SWNW QUARTER         1 26/ 54-N 65-W No 6th PM WY Crook         Remarks: LOT 1 OR NENE QUARTER 11/14/1928-Sundance Land Office 39.21 acres Crook Co, WY        Accession/Serial Nr.: 1020854         BLM Serial Nr.: WYS 0004540 01         23/ 54-N 65-W No 6th PM WY Crook         Remarks: LOT 1 OR SESE QUARTER

[BI3270] Name: «tab»William S. Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»21 May 1888 Birthplace: «tab»Reavisville, Grayson, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»S.N. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Leona Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00527-8 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046939 Reference Number: «tab»p 302 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5JJ-59Z : accessed 6 April 2012), William S. Nuckolls (1888).

[NI3271] Name:    Clark Hale Nuckolls City:    Not Stated  County:    Grayson  Stat e:    Virginia Birthplace:    Virginia  Birth Date:    21 Aug 1892  Race:    Caucasian  R oll:    1984717 Clark Hale Nuckolls res Grayson Co, Galax, VA Age 24 born  Aug 21 1892 Grayson Co, VA Single, farmer Med height, slender build,  blue eyes, light hair Signed in Old Town VA June 5 1917 U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Clark Hale Nuckolls Birth Date: 21 Aug 1892 age 49 Residence: Galax, Virginia RFD#1 Birth: Old Town, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 SN:U518 notify-Mr S N Nuckolls Signed Hale Nuckolls

[BI3271] Name: «tab»Clark Hale Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»21 Aug 1892 Birthplace: «tab»Old Town, Grayson, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»S.N. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»L.W. Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00527-8 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046939 Reference Number: «tab»p 353 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5JJ-55R : accessed 6 April 2012), Clark Hale Nuckolls (1892).

[NI3272] Name:    Ben Winton Nuckolls City:    Not Stated  County:    Grayson State:    Virginia  Birth Date:    12 Sep 1900  Race:    White  Roll:    1 984717 Sept 12 1918 Ben Winton Nuckolls res RFD#1 Grayson Co, Galax, VA Age 18 born Sept 12 1900 Farmer, kin S N Nuckolls, Galax, VA Short, med build, blue eys, light hair 5/25/1921 (Under Myra Nuckolls)  relationship not known. New Castle Land Office 280 acres        Accession/Serial Nr.: 807688         BLM Serial Nr.: WYN 0017297         SESW 23/ 54-N 66-W No 6th PM WY Crook         SWSE 23/ 54-N 66-W No 6th PM WY Crook         W½NE 26/ 54-N 66-W No 6th PM WY Crook         E½NW 26/ 54-N 66-W No 6th PM WY Crook         SENE 26/ 54-N 66-W No 6th PM WY 12/7/1923 New Castle Land Office 320 acres Ben W Nuckolls         Accession/Serial Nr.: 926900         BLM Serial Nr.: WYN 0025927         SE 25/ 54-N 66-W No 6th PM WY Crook         N½SW 25/ 54-N 66-W No 6th PM WY Crook         SENE 25/ 54-N 66-W No 6th PM WY Crook         SESW 25/ 54-N 66-W No 6th PM WY Crook 4/9/1931-Buffalo Land Office 160 acres Ben W Nuckolls        Accession/Serial Nr.: 1045579         BLM Serial Nr.: WYB 0025132         S½NE 14/ 54-N 66-W No 6th PM WY Crook         SENW 14/ 54-N 66-W No 6th PM WY Crook         NESW 14/ 54-N 66-W No 6th PM WY Crook

[NI3273] Roanoke Times, The (VA) - June 9, 1994 Deceased Name: NUCKOLLS NUCKOLLS, Earl Garland, 88, of Galax, passed away Tuesday, June 7, 199 4, at Waddell Nursing Home. He was born in Grayson County on April 25, 190 6, to Leona Mitchell Cornett and Stephen Nathaniel Nuckolls. He is a dire ct descendent of Margaret Swift and Captain Robert Garland Nuckolls who we re pioneer settlers of Grayson County in 1785, following the Revolutiona ry War. He was a businessman and Vice-President of Pless Electric and Furn iture Company. He was a former member of the Galax town council, charter m ember of the Galax Lions Club, chairman of the Galax Welfare Board and a l ife long member of the Galax First United Methodist Church. He was preced ed in death by his wife, the former Virginia Josephi ne Witherow. He is su rvivied by two sons, James Garland Nuckolls, M.D. and William Eugene Nucko lls; one granddaughter, Faison Johnson Nuckolls and three grandsons, Jam es Garland Nuckolls, Jr., William Eugene Nuckolls, Jr., and Stephen Wither ow Nuckolls. A graveside service will be held in Felts Memorial Cemeter y, Thursday, June 9, 1994, 11 a.m. with the Reverend Kenneth M. Perkins of ficiating. The family requests that memorial donations be made to the Nuck olls Foundation For Youth, First United Methodist Church, Galax.

[NI3278] In 1918 Joined the john Garland Pollard Unit of the YMCA, during WWI, sail ed from New York October 31,1918 on a French Liner, arriving in Paris, Fra nce, Nov 10, 1918, in time for the celebration of Armistice Day. Serv ed in YMCA headquarters in Paris, France as Secretary in the Entertainme nt Department for 9 months. Returned to the US 7-18-1919 U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925 Name: Linnie Mitchell Nuckells Birth Date: 17 Apr 1886 Birth Place: Galax, Grayson County, Virginia Residence: Galax, Virginia Passport Issue Date: 26 Oct 1918 Father Name: S N Nuckells Father's Birth Location: Grayson County, Father's Residence: Galax, Virginia, Grazyson County, Occupation-Stenographer & Bookkeeper Last Passport-None Plan to return to US: within 18 months Object of Visit: YMCA War Service- France, Switzerland & Italy Passport Includes a Photo: Y Source: Passport Applications, January 2, 1906 - March 31, 1925 (M1490) signed 8/28/1918 singed Linnie M Nuckolls

[NI3279] Bertha was educated in Grayson County, Virginia at Harrisburg College in H arrisburg, Virginia. Bertha never married. She lived her life near the Nuc kolls Healing Springs near Galax, VA.  After her education was made, she w ent to Miami and worked for Henry Flagler (East Florida Railroad, develop ed Standard Oil with John D Rockefeller) until she retired and return ed to the Nuckolls homestead after her mother died of pneumonia in 1941. S he looked after her father and sister Gay who was also still at home. S he was the keeper of the memorabilia of the family after her father di ed in 1947 and the farm was sold. She fell in the early 40's and apparent ly broke her hip. Surgery was not successful and she had a severe limp a nd had to use canes and crutches to get around. Despite this injury she w as almost entirely independent- raised a garden, did her own sewing, canni ng and collected materials for the Nuckolls chronology. I wish she were st ill alive- there are about 1000 questions I would like to ask her now th at I am one of the older history recorders. Story by James G Nuckolls, M.D. Nephew of Bertha Galax, Va 1930 Dade Co, Miami, FL Bertha F Nuckolls, head, 40, VA VA VA, single, bookkeeper, real estate  o ffice

[BI3280] Name: «tab»Paulin Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»15 Nov 1894 Birthplace: «tab»Old Town, Grayson, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»S.V. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»L.V. Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00527-8 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046939 Reference Number: «tab»p 379 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5JJ-P7P : accessed 6 April 2012), Paulin Nuckolls (1894).

[BI3281] Name: «tab»Rosamond Gay Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»02 Jun 1896 Birthplace: «tab»Grayson, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»S.N. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»L.M. Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00527-8 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046939 Reference Number: «tab»p 408 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5JJ-DDZ : accessed 6 April 2012), Rosamond Gay Nuckolls (1896).

[NI3287] 1880 Census Place:District 39, Old Town, Grayson, Virginia Source:FHL Film 1255368  National Archives Film T9-1368     Page 46 1C Martha HALESelfFWW59VAOcc:Keeping HouseFa: VAMo: VA Alice HALEDauFSW20VAFa: VAMo: VA Stephen M. HALESonMSW18VAFa: VAMo: VA William KYLEOtherMSMU18VAFa: VAMo: VA

[NI3293] From a letter written to Mrs. Rosamond J. Dougherty by Ben Nuckolls "Our Ancestors - The Hale Family" Louis Hale, Sr. and wife started from Franklin County, Va., with intentio ns of going to Kentucky.  The Indians were so troublesome and dangerous, t hey killed and robbed some of their friends, so Louis stopped on Elk Cree k, which was then in Washington and Montgomery District, now Grayson Co ., VA. The Hale family originally came from England.   The first of our family he re was Louis Hale, Sr. and his wife was Mary Burwell. Their oldest son was Richard who married Elizabeth Stone.Second son, Willi am, married Lucy Stone. Both of the Stone girls were daughters of Jeremiah and Susanna Stone.Thi rd son, Dudley, married Elizabeth Burrus.Fourth son, Francis married Ma ry Burrus Fifth son, Louis, married Elizabeth Bourne.  (Louis Hale Jr.) Si xth son, Stephen, married Frances Bourne. Elizabeth and Frances Bourne we re daughters of William Bourne and his wife, Rosamond Jones. William Bour ne was among the first settlers of this County and lived on Knob Fork of E lk Creek. Louis Hale Sr. had two daughters: Elizabeth, who married first, Bourne, second, Snow. Mary, who married first John Hale, her cousin; second James Atkins. Louis Hale Sr., came here about 1766, was here during the Revolutionary Wa r.He settled all of his children on Elk Creek, as he then owned most of th at valley. Louis Hale, Jr., was not old enough to be a soldier in 1776, but was appoi nted Captain of Militia in 1793 at the formation of Grayson County. The Co urt record shows his appointment. Captain Louis Hale Jr. was the fath er of Rosamond Dougherty. Captain Louis Hale Jr. went into the War of 1812 with his brother Dudle y, who died at Norfolk while in the army. Stephen Hale, the youngest son, was a soldier in his brother's Company a nd his widow, Frances Bourne Hale, drew a pension while she lived.  She w as the only one of the widows that lived long enough to draw a pension. All the family of Louis Hale Sr. were connected with the Revolutionary Wa r. The War of 1812 was the close of the Revolutionary War. Captain Peyton H. Hale, a son of Capt. Louis Hale, went out leading the Da re Devil Company from Grayson County in the Confederate Army and was kill ed in front of his company at the First Mannss - Fight. The Hale family in the country have been a prolific people.  Most of th em have brought up large families.  From Louis Hale Sr., the descendants a re very numerous and are to be found all over the U.S. and some are in t he eastern countries. Louis Hale, Sr. died on Elk Creek, Grayson Co. VA., July 2, 1802  (O, blur red) -his descendants raised and unveiled a monument to his memory July 2, 190 2. - Stephen Hale, youngest son, inherited the old homestead where he was bu ried. Ely C. Hale, youngest son of Stephen, inherited it next.  The old Fa rm and Cemetery is now owned by Eli Scott Hale, youngest of Eli C. (My mother was Rosa Bourne Hale, daughter of Stephen and Frances Bourne) Yours truly, Ben F. Nuckolls. * * * * * Comments to letter transcript: It is assumed that the original Nuckolls letter was hand written.  The co py above was scanned from a typed up transcript presented in a Dougherty F amily History Book, then proofed.  The accuracy of the transcript to the o riginal letter cannot be guaranteed.  The endnote comments were added late r. A direct photocopy of a small note in Lewis Hale, Jr’s own handwriti ng was also presented in the Dougherty Book. In that note, he spelled h is own name as "Hail."  His spelling for the other words in the note we re terrible, at least, by present day standards.      Ben Nuckolls sent this undated letter to Mrs. Rosamond J. Doughert y. Since Rosamond died in California on 19 December 1912, the date of t he letter was probably several years prior to 1912.      Rosamond J Dougherty, nee Hale, was the daughter of Lewis Hale Jr. a nd his wife Elizabeth Bourne of Elk Creek, Grayson County, Virginia. Rosam ond was born in Elk Creek, VA on 27 Dec. 1805 and married Charles Dougher ty on 18 June 1839.  She and her husband Charles Dougherty came to Califor nia by Covered Wagon, arriving here on 2 Sept. 1868. 3   This second paragraph of the letter, beginning with -  "The Hale fami ly originally came from England .”   - has caused certain members of our f amily to believe that Lewis Hale and Mary came from England. 4   In the book B. F. Nuckolls, “Pioneer Settlers in Grayson County, Virgi nia,” published in 1914, it was written that the Third son, “Dudley, marri ed Mary Burroughs” and the “Fourth son, Francis married Elizabeth Burrough s.”     This July 2, 1802 death date is widely believed although Lewis Hale ’s true death date is March 12, 1802. Refer to the following web page f or a photo of Lewis Hale’s grave marker and other details. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~chale/lewishale.html THE NEW RIVER FRONTIER SETTLEMENT ON THE VIRGINIA-NORTH CAROLINA BORDER 17 60-1820 by Paula Hathaway Anderson-Green* Published in the Virginia Magazine of Hi story and Biography, V86: pgs. 413-431 (1978). Soon after marriage (date?) Lewis Hale and family moved from present-day F ranklin Co. Va. to the New River Valley and settled on Elk Creek (Nuckoll s, 106). "He reared a family of six sons and two daughters, settled them a ll good homes, in the valley near him, and for years Elk Creek was kno wn as the Hale Settlement. The first church was built by Lewis Hale and ca lled the Hale Meeting-house. When Grayson County was formed in 1792, Lew is Hale was one of the first Magistrates of the court." Nuckolls also stat es that the Hales were of English origin, came to America in 1632 and we re numerous in New England and later mid-Atlantic. Before Grayson Co. w as formed, Lewis Hail (Hale) was named a justice of Montgomery Co. betwe en 1778-1790 (Kegley, 107). Further, an Edward Hale came into New Riv er in 1779, married Patsy Perdue, and settled on Wolf Creek. Nuckolls lis ts descendants of Lewis Hale. Also see Edward and Lewis Hale discuss ed in Fields, 20. On 1815 tax list these Hales were on Elk Creek: Franci s, Lewis, Richard, and Wm. See also Charts of the Ancestors and Descendan ts of Lewis Hale, by Olive Scott Benkleman in Grayson Co. Historical Socie ty. Lewis Hale is buried at the Moxley home now owned by Nancy Stone, E lk Creek, VA.

[XI3293] A pioneer of Grayson County, father of Richard, William, Elizabeth, Dudley, Francis, Mary, Lewis and Stephen Hale; erected in 1902 by their descendants (Birth year may be 1742-1746; double stone with Mary

[NI3295] Did Stephen's "M" stand for Marion or Meador?  Lewis Haile and Mary Burwe ll named a child Francis Marion Haile.  Lewis' mother probably was Adara M eador. Ed Hale, great grandson of Alexander Hale reports there are no death recor ds for Stephen and Rose in Stephenville, where they were not required unt il 1903. There is no tombstone record in CEMETERY INSCRIPTIONS, ERATH COUN TY TEXAS by Shirley Cawyer.  We suspect they went west with other membe rs of the family, including  the Bournes, into New Mexico where they appe ar in 1890 in Santa Fe County. Note- ( there is no 1890 census) Stephen was a prosperous plantation owner in Texas before the Civil Wa r.  After the war, he, like many others, had to change his way of lif Census: 1860, Hunt County, Texas lists Stephen Hale, crossed out to be Hai l, Farmer taxed for $2000. Land Record: September 1871, With L. W. Bourn, brother of Rosa Lived: 1860, Greenville, Hunt Co.,Texas in 1860 From katebird24@hotmail.com Hale, Stephen M. Age:  56     Gender:  M     Race:  W     Birthplac e:  VA     State:  Texas  Year 1870   County:  ERATH  Locale:  STEPHENVIL LE P O    Series:  M593     Roll:  1583    Part:  1     Page:  466A Rosanna 51, VA Harvey B 21 VA Heath M 18 VA Lewis B 15 VA nancy S 12 TX Elizabeth McGill, 19 NC Richard Hale settled on Elk Creek with his brothers, William, Frank, Dudle y, Lewis, Stephen, and John. William Hale married a Miss Stone. Stephen a nd Lewis married each a Miss Bourne. Frank and Dudley married each a Mi ss Burrus. John married a Miss Blair. These were industrious, perseveri ng citizens and helped materially to advance the best interests of Grays on county. We refer to some of their descendants further over.

[NI3296] Hale, Lewis Lieutenant Mar. 28, 1809

[NI3297] Married Keziah Nuckolls b c1745. Unable to prove lineage of Keziah by book publication time This family line from Donna Hull dmhull@frazmtn.com and  Sven.E.Svenson@or st.edu 1810 Barren Co, KY Thomas Huckaby 5 members over 25 4 under 16 Total household 9 1820 Barren Co, KY census Thomas Huckaby 000001-00001 Both over 45 years old Others in Barren County,1820- William Huckaby, Nathan Huckaby and Joseph Huckaby

[NI3303] WWI Draft Registration 1916-1918 June 5 1917 Res 306 Overton, Newport, KY Age 25 born Apr 9 1892 in Trenton, KY RR Freight Clerk for L & N RR Cinci OH Married with wife and 2/ 1/2 yr old child Claims exemption because of being RR Clerk and his family Tall, slender, brown eyes, dark brn hair Hamilton County, Ohio. TODD COUNTY TIMES NEWSPAPER, Friday, 21 Apr 1911 Jack Nuckols, who is holding a position with the L. & N. Railroad Co ., at Cincinnati returned to his work there Tuesday after spending sever al days in the city visiting the family ofhis father, V. M. Nuckols. Note written by daughter Helen: My father had worked for L&N Railroad in Elkton and became a clerk in t he Freight Office in Cincinnati where he advanced to Chief Clerk. In 19 44 He was promoted to Freight Agent in Montgomery , Alabama and moved to t hat city. He was a Shriner and a member of the Robert Burns Lodge of the M asons. He was a member of the Baptist Church. but changed to the Methodi st Church to be with my mother after the death of my grandfather Virg il B Nuckols. He resided Newport in 1940 in Campbell County , Kentuck y. He resided Montgomery in 1944 in Alabama. He died in 1960 in Montgome ry , Montgomery County , Alabama. He was buried in Evergreen Cemetery , So uth gate, Campbell County , Kentucky . He was manied to Ethel Rosmond MAYNARD in 1914 in Newport, , Kentucky. No te written by daughter Helen: When my mother moved to town she first worked at the local lO-cent stor e. She took a business course and became a secretary at the Higgins Scre en Manufacturing Company in Newport. Ethel Rosmond MAYNARD was bo rn on 19 Mar 1888 in Ft. Thomas, , Kentucky .She died in 1974 in Montgomer y, Montgomery County, Alabama. She was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Sou th gate, Campbell County , Kentucky.

[DI3303] name: «tab»Jack B. Nuckels titles & terms (original): «tab»no image 11/2012 titles & terms (standardized): «tab» death date: «tab»29 Jun 1960 death place: «tab»Marshall, Alabama gender: «tab»Male race (original): «tab» race (standardized): «tab» age at death: «tab»68y estimated birth date: «tab»1892 birth date: «tab» birthplace: «tab» marital status: «tab» spouse's name: «tab»Ethel M. Nuckels spouse's titles & terms (original): «tab» spouse's titles & terms (standardized): «tab» father's name: «tab»V. B. Nuckels father's titles & terms (original): «tab» father's titles & terms (standardized): «tab» father's birthplace: «tab» mother's name: «tab»Mattie Bell mother's titles & terms (original): «tab» mother's titles & terms (standardized): «tab» mother's birthplace: «tab» occupation: «tab» street address: «tab» residence: «tab» cemetery: «tab» burial place: «tab» burial date: «tab» funeral home: «tab» informant: «tab» additional relatives: «tab» film number: «tab»1908953 reference number: «tab»17043 Citing this Record "Alabama, Deaths, 1908-1974," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JKS6-V7X : accessed 08 Nov 2012), Jack B. Nuckels, 29 Jun 1960.

[NI3357] From:AEliathan@aoll.com I found your email address on Ancestry.com as a submitter of informati on on Radford Wyatt.  I am a direct descendant of him.  The informati on I have does not match your records.  You have his parnets as John Wya tt and Martha Ann William.  But according to the 1850 census Patsy Wya tt is his mother and his father (I got from any source is Harvey.)  If y ou would like to reply please feel free to do so. Thanks Eli Smith

[DI3455] Commercial Review, The (Portland, IN) - May 17, 2010 Deceased Name: Richie Nuckols March 21, 1947-May 15, 2010 Richie L. Nuckols, 63, Hartford City, died Saturday at his home. Born in Portland to Everett and Ruth (Hatch) Nuckols, he graduated from Dunkirk High School in 1965. He was preceded in death by his wife Regina (Batten) Nuckols. A veteran of the United States Army, he retired from Borg Warner after 30 years of service. He was former owner of the Scotch Mist Restaurant in Hartford City and had worked at 3-M. Memberships include Blackford Lodge No. 106 F.&A.M., Scottish Rite Valley of Indianapolis, Shrine Club, Elks Lodge No. 625, Amvets Post No. 23 and American Legion Post No. 159. Services are Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. at Waters Funeral Home in Hartford City. Burial will be in Twins Hills Cemetery, Pennville. Visitation is Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m. and one hour prior to services on  Wednesday at the funeral home. Memorials may be sent to Shriners Hospital for Children with envelopes available at the funeral home. Condolences may be sent to www.watersfuneralhomes.com.

[NI3530] Cty. Lou, Book: 20, Page: 376, Caroline F. Nuckolls, Type: Will, Date: [No abstract was made.]

[NI3533] Poss md and had a dau Lucy born c1860. Leighton is age 41 in the 1870 census with his father and following his na me is a child Lucy age 10. Proof he had a daughter follows: Title: The Richmond  Daily Dispatch: March 5, 1862. Publication Info: Richmond : by Cowardin & Hammersley. , March 5, 1862 Superintendent of the Army Depot, Young Men's Christian Association and La dies' Aid Society, acknowledges the receipt of the following contributio ns for the month of February, ultimo: Leighton Nuckolls's daughters, Frederick's Hall, Louisa, 24 pairs socks, f or N. W. DECEASED  Cornelius. YEAR  [1858]. NOTE  Slave. NOTE  Gender: Male. NOTE  Date of death: September 1858. NOTE  Age at death: 3 months. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1858. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical Society. SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Leighton, owner. OTHER NAME  Mahala, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Leighton, informant (Owner). DECEASED  Isabella. YEAR  [1862]. NOTE  Slave. NOTE  Gender: Female. NOTE  Date of death: September 1862. NOTE  Cause of death: Diphtheria. NOTE  Age at death: 6 years. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1862. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical Society. SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Leighton, owner. OTHER NAME  Mahala, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Leighton, informant (Owner). DECEASED  Martha Jane. YEAR  [1862]. NOTE  Slave. NOTE  Gender: Female. NOTE  Date of death: October 12, 1862. NOTE  Cause of death: Diphtheria. NOTE  Age at death: 6 months. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1862. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical Society. SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Leighton, owner. OTHER NAME  Bettie, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Leighton, informant (Owner).

[NI3534] Louisa Co Va Guardian Bonds pg 279 GDN BOND John Cook Gdn to Frances Terry orphan of James Terry, dec' d. : L300 currt money; Sec. Wm Cook. 10 Jul 1797 14-Jun-1847 Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 622, John Smith, Type: Will, Will Jo hn Smith, children of my niece Louisa Thomas tracts known as Terry and Ha ll tracts on Rocky Branch adj. Ann bullock, John C. Goodwin and Hensons Cr eek, children of niece Louisa Thomas - Granville S. Thomas, Louisa Thom as to have use of land for their life. Children of niece Martha D. Gent ry tract I now reside 165 acres on Long Creek adj. William Nelson, Hens on Creek old road, Halls Tract, Cartersville Road - Addison F. Gentry a nd Martha D. Gentry for their life only. Exor to sell tract called Cran ks tract on Rocky branch adj. John C. Goodwin, Richard S. Duke, Cartersvil le Rd. Tract called Swifts to be sold. Have given to Methodist Society 1 a cre for meeting house called Smithfield now standings. Children of sist er Polly Terry, brother Thomas Smith, Sister Lovenia Byars, daus. Of Nan cy Barrett, dec'd. Formerly Nancy Bablock, brother in law William Terry, J oseph Terry and his sister Frances Johnson, daus. Of my niece Betsy Harri s, Frances Duke, niece Elizabeth Harris, Henrietta Sims, Ann Carpenter, ne phew Pleasant Smith, niece Frances Nuckols, niece Sally Talley, niece Pat sy Thomasson and 3 daus. Of George Thomasson. Exors Thomas Duke, Samuel Gu y, A. Guy, William O. Harris, William S. Walton 18 Aug 1846 Rec. 14 Jun 18 47. c 1849 Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 325, John Smith, Type: Sett, Date:  Esta te John Smith in account with Samuel A. Guy Exor. Pd A. F. Gentry legacy f or Martha D. Gentry. P. Louise Thomas her legacy. John J. Black lega cy of Anna S. Sims. John carpenter legacy of his wife Ann Carpenter. Natha niel Talley legacy of his wife Sally Tally. Henrietta Q. Simms her legac y. Meredith Johnson's wife legacy. Frances Thomasson (dau. G. T.) Her lega cy. Garland Duke legacy of Frances Duke. William Terry's legacy. Jose ph W. Terry legacy. B. Johnson legacy of his wife Frances Johnson. D. M. A nderson and Elizabeth L. Anderson her legacy. pd. Leighton Nuckolls lega cy of Frances Nuckolls. Garland Duke legacy of Frances Duke. lega cy of M. H. Harris his wife and daughter of N. Barrett. Patty Thomasson h er legacy. 1849

[NI3537] DECEASED  Nuckols, Amanda M. YEAR  [1854]. NOTE  Race: White. NOTE  Gender: Female. NOTE  Date of death: June 1854. NOTE  Cause of death: Hives. NOTE  Age at death: 26 years. NOTE  Unmarried. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1854. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical Society. SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Leighton, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Frances, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Leighton, informant (Father).

[NI3539] The descendants of Addison are provided by Clarence Nuckols, Vice Preside nt Nuckolls Society 1880 Census Place:District 100, Louisa, Virginia Source:FHL Film 1255376  National Archives Film T9-1376     Page 2 Adison L. NUCKOLLSSelfMMW54VAOccFarmerFa: VAMo: VA Anne E. NUCKOLLSWifeFMW50VA Chas. L. NUCKOLLSSonMSW26VA Ada Amanda NUCKOLLSDauFSW19VAOcc:Seamstress Marianne R. NUCKOLLSDauFSW16VAOcc:Attends School Ellen J. NUCKOLLSDauFSW14VAOcc:Works In HouseFa: John W. NUCKOLLSSonMSW12VAOcc:Works On Farm Jas. B. NUCKOLLSSon (?)MSW38VAOcc:Works On Farm

[NI3540] Descendants of Gabriella found on WFT Vol 16 Tree 0414 submitted by Culbe rt T Wood, 1410 Towsen Dr, Columbia, TN 38401 Elizabeth is my g-g-g-grandmother so obviously  I would be very much inter ested in any findings about the family. I do have  some information abo ut her daughter Gabriella Skinner, wife of Thomas  Albert Williams. Gabrie lla Skinner lived on 629 Rose Street in Clifton  Forge, Virginia with h er daughter Martha Ellen Goings Williams, as she grew  older and infirm. G abriella gradually went blind and her daughter refused  to let her o ut of the house of the house - in fact she refused to even let  her o ut of her room. It was in this house that she died but I have been  unab le to find any record of her death. I do have a copy of the marriage  lice nse of Thomas Williams and Martha Goings in which she lists her paren ts  as James and Gabriella Goings. If you would like me to send you a co py  please let me know. Take care, Scott Schaffer Chatsworth, CA sschaffer@socal.rr.com (Scott Schaffer) Census Place:1880 District 16, Amherst, Amherst, Virginia Source:FHL Film 1255353  National Archives Film T9-1353     Page 14 9D RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace Gabriella GOINGSelfFW55VAFa: VAMo: VA Martha E. GOINGDauFSW13VAFa: VAMo: VA

[NI3545] Fredericksburg Free Lance - Aug 25, 1912 Mrs Rhoda E Talley, widow of Mr Nathan Talley, died at the house of her so n, Nathan B Talley, Jr, near Sunlight, in Spotsylvania, Monday, of paralys is, aged 75 years. She was a member of the Goshen Baptist Church and a dev oted Christian woman and mother. She is survived by three sons, all of Spo tsylvania - Messrs Newton, nathan and Robert Talley. Funeral from residen ce Wednesday 3 P.M. conducted by Rev, Decatur Edwards DECEASED  Talley, Edwin. YEAR  [1868]. NOTE  Race: White. NOTE  Gender: Male. NOTE  Date of death: November 1868. NOTE  Cause of death: Hemorrhage. NOTE  Age at death: 21 years. NOTE  Unmarried. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1868. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical Society. SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Talley, Jonathan, parent. OTHER NAME  Talley, Rhoda, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Jno. L., informant (Friend).

[NI3547] Mariah and Anderson appear in the First Virginia Nuckolls & Kindred Bo ok II page 231 number 521 in 1850 Nathan TALLEY is not listed as he was born in 1853. This is intere sting because in Anderson TALLEY's will Nathan TALLEY is given the most la nd and the house and care for his widowed mother.....but he is the younges t!!1 So Robert must have fallen out of favor somehow???? Sure wish I knew.

[DI3548] Goochland Co, VA Vol 2 p72  Will of James M. Nuckols of Hanover Co. 8 Mar 1907.  Mentions w ife Lavinia E. Nuckols, Dau. Lillie May and son James M. Jr., son David H ., grandchildren J. Andrew, David, Ellen May and Lunsford T., all childr en of Dau. Emma J. Nuckols deceased. Sons J. Andrew and  Dr. Lunsford Nuck ols, Dau.Harriet Nuckols, wife of Courtland Nuckols. Executors are sons David H. an dJ. Andrew Nuckols.  Witnesses, R.T. Gelman, W.D. Harlow and G.W. Puryear.

[NI3549] History of James family found in The Kenan family and allied familie s, by Alvaretta Kenan Rigister, Statesboro, GA, J S Kenan II, 1967

[NI3550] 1954 of Cleveland 1968 of Simi, CA

[NI3555] Louisa Co, VA Book: F, Page: 547, Grantor: Bullock, Lewis, Grantee: Bullock, David, Dat e: 01-Apr-1788 Lewis BULLOCK of Louisa to David BULLOCK of same L280 land on waters of Li ttle River in Louisa being land devised to said Lewis BULLOCK by his fath er adj. Robert GOODWIN, James TERRY, dec'd. Robert YANCEY, dec'd Temperan ce HIX, Byrus DAVIS, & Robert GARLAND, one moiety of the mill known by t he name of GOODWINS MILL reserving unto my mother, Anna BULLOCK, the u se of said half of the mill & 50 acres adjoining same agreeable to my fath er's will which leaves the said mill & land during life to her & after h er death to said Lewis BULLOCK. sig. Lewis BULLOCK Book: F, Page: 547, Grantor: Lewis Bullock, Grantee: David Bullock, Dat e: 01-Apr-1788 Lewis Bullock of Louisa Co. to David Bullock land on waters of Little Riv er adj. Robert Goodwin, James Terry, dec'd., Robert Yancey, dec'd.... wi t. Robert Yancey, Richard Jones, William Nuckols, Robt Bullock. Book: F, Page: 547, Grantor: Lewis Bullock, Grantee: David Bullock, Dat e: 01-Apr-1788 Lewis Bullock of Louisa to David Bullock of same £280 land on waters of Li ttle River in Louisa being land devised to sd. Lewis Bullock by his fath er adj. Robert Goodwin, James Terry, dec'd., Robert Yancey, Dec;d., Temper ance Hix, Byrus Davis, and Robert Garland, one moiety of the mill kno wn by the name of Goodwins mill reserving unto my mother, Anne Bullock, t he use of said half of the mill and 50 acres adjoining same agreeab le to my father's will which leaves the sd. mill and land during life to h er and after her death to sd. Lewis Bullock. Sig. Lewis Bullock Book: I, Page: 14, Grantor: David Bullock, Robert Bullock, Lewis Bullock e xecu, Grantee: Francis Lipscomb, Date: 25-Jan-1794 David Bullock, Robert Bullock, Lewis Bullock executors of John Bullock, De c'd. of Louisa to Francis Lipscomb of same for 59 pounds 12 s current mone y. Tract in Louisa cont. 149 acres adjoining Beg at Colleys N 20 degre es E, 150 poles to Robert Harris line (formerly William Sheltons) along s d. line N 81 degrees E, 125 poles to James Terry's line, S 28 degre es E 74 poles to Terry and Story Hall's corner and south fork of Rocky B r anch along Halls line S. 12 degrees W 70 poles to a corner near road to be ginning. Sig. David Bullock, Robert Bullock. Wit. Thomas J. Garrett, Ly dl Brittian, Geo. Thompson. Rec. 12 Jan 1795.

[NI3593] 12/16/1816 Louisa Co, VA Married Henry Coats

[NI3600] Mary S. Jamison was born a few miles north of Clarksville, TN. She and h er husband removed about 1860 to Tuscaloosa, Al. By 1870, they were settl ed in Marion co., Texas where they died. Mrs. P. Nuckles was the sole he ir to Green B. Jameson's entire estate which consisted of property through out the territory: Marion co., Milam co., Tx. Semarimus Jemison, after h er mother's death was heir to Green's property through her mother, Mary. Above, under Green's sister, Mary, is noted the connections that may pro ve expedient to this family's antecedents. Data, however, on other matte rs are as follows: File # Type of Certificate: Certificate # Cert. Date: Cty: Acres: Surve y: Patent:(date/No./Vol) MIL-1-1819 Unconditional 66 6/10/1851 Bell 312 3/10/1873 ROB-1-1213 Johnson 569 4/1882 5/18/1882/Heirs/612/23 MIL-B-1487 Conditional 852 6/18/1851 Lampasas 1920 3/27/1872 11/23/1875Hei rs/391/15 (Power of Attorney, 8/29/1874, Marion Cty-Mary Knuckles, surviving wi fe of Pouncy Knuckles and sister of Green B. Jameson and Christopher Hawki ns Jameson, deceased, appoints Jno. T. Smith as her lawful attorney, sign ed by Mary S. Knuckles) (Affidavit, 3/4/1875, Barren cty., Ky, Pouncy Nuckols swears Green B. Jami son and sister Mary S. Jamison were children of William and Jane Jamis on of Barren county, Kentucky, and Green B. Jamison emigrated to Tex as in 1820, signed Pouncy Nuckols.) (Affidavit, 4/27/1875, Barren co., KY Ishmael Higdon swears he knew Gre en B. Jamison, son of William and Jane Jamison of Barren county, KY, who e migrated to Texas about 1820 and his sister Mary S. Jamison who married Po uncy Nuckles, signed Ishmael Higdon.) ROB-1-1212 66 Hood & Johnson 195 12/13/1871 9/13/1876/Heirs/14/22 (Power of Attorney, 8/29/1874, Marion Cty-Mary Knuckles, surviving wi fe of Pouncy Knuckles and sister of Green B. Jameson and Christopher Hawki ns Jameson, deceased, appoints Jno. T. Smith as her lawful attorney, sign ed by Mary S. Knuckles) LIB-B-197 316 6/12/1851 Chambers 640 9/15/1873 12/17/1873/Heirs/477/14 (Power of Attorney, 6/1/1876, Marion Cty-Mary Knuckles, swears she is t he wife of Pouncy Knuckles, deceased, and sister and sole surviving he ir of Green B. Jameson who died in 1836, signed by Mary S. Knuckles) (Affidavit, 6/1/1876, Marion Cty., TX, Jospeh M. Jemison swears he marri ed Semaramis L. Nuckles, niece of Green B. Jamison who died in Texas in 18 36, signed J. M. Jemison.) (Affidavit, 6/1/1876, Marion Cty., TX., Semaramis L. Jemison swears s he is the niece of Green B. Jamison who died in TX in 1836 and his only su rviving heir is his sister Mary Nuckley, signed Semaramis L. Jemison.) Source http://geocities.com/Heartland/Cottage/8016/gen47000.html E-mail from Billiee Ettling September 1998 E-mail from Billiee Ettling September 1998 Green B. Jameson was quite a letter writer and unafraid to"tell it li ke it was". He was in charge of getting the Alamo prepared for it's fin al stand. He saw to the fortifications and was given credit for helping ma ke that final stand last as long as it did. He held the military rank of M ajor which was the second highest rank there. He was a member of the Ar my of the Republic of Texas...and had participated in the Storming of Bej ar when they drove General Cos of the Mexican Army out of the Alam o. It is said that the Texians Defenders of the Alamo were such fierce war riors, the Mexican officers had to stand at the bottom of the walls and wi th bayonets and guns, force their soldiers up....on the third try, those t rying to scale the walls were under threat of death from their own m en if they did not succeed. I can tell you when I found the place of the funeral pyres and saw the pla que erected there to the memory of my great great uncle it was very movin g. I could feel the connection with him! The same feeling I had when I fou nd my paternal great grandmother's grave in a little country cemetery yea rs ago. I have had great luck in my search tracing the land Texas ga ve to the heirs of the Green B. Jameson. I recently uncovered an affidav it in which all the children of William Jameson are named...I had wonder ed who Desting Jameson was, having seen his name along with Pouncy Nuckol s, Jr. signing as witness to William Jameson's permission for John Mill er to get a license to marry William's daughter Julia Ann Jameson. Desti ng was another brother of Green B.Jameson. Of the four sons, only one, Wil lis Lea Jameson married (three times) and had children surviving him. Dest ing Jameson did not showup in deeds, etc. but I assume he would have to ha ve been at least 21 to sign a legal document as a witness..but he, like br others Green B. Jameson,and Christopher Hawkins Jameson, never married a nd all died relatively young as did Julia Ann Jameson and her husband..... .none had surviving children.The affidavit traces the children of Willi am and Jane Jameson down several generations and shows which grandchildr en and great grandchildren were living in 1900 and where. All this in prov ing heirship to the lands patented to the heirs of Green B. Jameson! Am n ow in hot pursuit of the law suits concerning the land....got book and pa ge number with plaintiff and defendants names....but the county in whi ch it was supposed to be says they do not have such a document....their bo ok and page number hasdifferent names.....and they suggested I try an adjo ining county. Have written to that county and waiting for reply..fortunate ly sometimes the same records are recorded in more than one County!! The County Clerk with Mary S. Jameson Nuckols estate file, sent "selectio ns she thought might be of interest"...when I asked for more, she se nt me an index to the file and said records would be a dollar a page a nd it was a large file....so I picked out additional records that looked i nteresting to me.....including sale of lands from the Green B. Jameson est ate.....through court orders to sell, etc. And in Court Minutes books I fo und a referenceto a suit filed in yet another county against the Administr ator debonis non of Mary's Estate, with the notation that the Court had ru led in favor ofthe estate, but the plaintiffs were appealing the decision I have made contact with some of John Valero Nuckols descendants and th ey have a copy of William's will...which is not too clear...but they h ad a laser print made and sent to me which is some better..I can get a lit tle more clarity by changing the contrast setting on my copier...but wi ll see, as was suggested, if a laser copy of a laser copy might help clari fy. I think if I get one of the professionals to play with contrast et c. we might come up with a good print. May have to get the FBI l ab in on it before it's over! because it follows the regular line wills di d....although this one did identify the parish in the Goochland Coun ty in which William (the Patriot) Nuckols lived as Saint James

[NI3609] 1860 Louisa Co, Thomas Crossroads, Amblers Mill, VA -pg 910 pg914 Charles T Nuckols, 28 VA Elizabeth 61 VA (Charles Nuckols Aunt) <<

[NI3610] Descendants of Charles Nuckols from Paul E Thurston pet2855@alcnet.com

[NI3611] This deed of partition made and entered into this 26th day of December 18 99 by and between N. T. Armstrong & Roxie his wife and Marshall Armstro ng of Franklin Co., Kentucky, and Lizzie Armstrong Sargent and her husba nd Calvin Sargent and Chloe Armstrong and her husband Charles Leighton Nuc kols of Louisa Co., Virginia,  concerning land of the deceased David T. Ar mstrong, father of N. T. Armstrong, Marshall Armstrong, Lizzie Armstrong a nd Chloe Armstrong. N. T. Armstrong and Roxie his wife, Marshall Armstrong, Lizzie Sargent a nd Calvin her husband, and Chloe A. Nuckols and Charles Leighton her husba nd, have by  mutual consent appointed commissioners & have partitioned a nd divided and by  these presents do for themselves & their heirs partiti on & divide the real  estate left by the said decedent and are willing a nd desirous of uniting in, and to make conveyances, the one with the oth er in severalty. Now therefore this deed, further witnesseth: (1) Lizzie received a thirty acre lot or parcel of land in Louisa Co. th at lies on the east side of Old Mountain Road and runs parallel with the s aid road on one side and adjoins the lands of C. Y. Nuckools (probably th is is Charles Yancey Nuckolls) and Mrs. James M. Wash and others: Also a ll that other part of said decedents land laid off and apportion ed to N. T. Armstrong jointly by the commissioners aforesaid containi ng by survey thereof sixty-eight acres be the same more or less, and descr ibed as follows: Said sixty-eight acre tract adjoining the portion assign ed to Chloe A. Nuckols, and the portion assigned to Marshall Armstrong a nd partly lies on the Old Mountain Road. (2) Marshall Armstrong received a ten acre tract located on the Cartersvil le Road and adjoins the lands of James B. Shelton and Mrs. B. Payne and ot hers.  Marshall Armstrong also received a thirty-seven acre tract of la nd adjoining the portions assigned to Chloe A. Nuckols and the portion ass igned to N. T. Armstrong and Lizzie A. Sargent. (3) Chloe Armstrong Nuckols received a sixty-one acre tract adjoining t he lot assigned to Marshall Armstrong, Chloe A. Nuckols and her husband Ch arles Leighton, Lizzie Armstrong Sargent and her husband Calvin.

[NI3613] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Born 5/12/1900  named Clyde Royal Nuckolls 1930 Oklahoma Co, Oklahoma City, OK       4/15/1930        Clyde R Nuckols, head, 29, AL AL AL md 21        Nolie?, wife, 20, KY md 21       Charles, son, 11m      Neva C, dau, 4, OK Dallas Morning News 9/25/1933 Plane Falls Two Hurt Oklahoma City OK Sept 24- Clyde Nuckols, transport pilot, and T H Waters, student pilot, were injured when their plane fell in a wheat field near here Sunday. Neither was hurt dangerously. Nuckols was giving Waters in struction in forced landings. A wind gust caught the plane at about 500 feet and Nuckols was unable to right it. Ohio Lima Lima News 03 June 1934  and also Mansfield News Mansfield Oh io 08 June 1934 Doctor Wrong In This Case- Oklahoma City-A year ago Clyde Nuckols was dragged from his wrecked airplane and the doctors told him he would never fly again. Now he is one of two pilots who have the recommendation of the US weather bureau for contracts which entail daily observation fights at an altitude of 17,000 feet. Name: Clyde Royal Nuckols Titles: Gender: Male Marital status: Death date: 30 Jun 1983 Death county: Hill Death place: Hill, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[NI3614] More Baker geneaolgy http://genforum.genealogy.com/baker/messages/2179.html

[NI3615] Transcribed by Ed Waller From Gandrud collection: Customers at the store of John McConnell in Northport, Ala From 1838 to 1846 Nuckols, Dock   1846 Nuckols, Wm. S.   1838 Served as Private in Co 1, 28th Regiment, Alabama volunteers Descendants of William Green provided by Billie W Etling, Nuckolls Socie ty Member billieee@aol.com From David Nuckols 12/2007 The grave marker mentions that he was a Mason and the 1860 census states he was a farmer who owned 280 acres in Tuscaloosa Co.  He was there as early as 1845 and he and his (eventually) 2 wives and families (17 children!) lived at New Lexington, N. Tuscaloosa Co. (This is probably where the cemetery is).  He was disabled and was not able to fight in the Civil War but collected war taxes.  I have two letters sent to my great-au nt Flora Nuckols Price by one of his sons, Green Albert "Abb" Nuckols, both dated in 1930, where he describes William Green Nuckols and his two families.  He also describes his death in 1886 as follows: "My father died very suddenly in about 3 minutes.  On December 2nd 18 86 he was out in the wood about 1/4 mile from the house getting fire wood and had cut the tree (or log) 1/2 into and as he turned to cut throu gh on the other side he just pitched forward off the log.  Right now I think Sid and Melville was with him at the time.  I know one of them was." Albert states the DOD for William was December 2nd 1886, but the headstone has December 1, 1886. The "Old Plantation" of William Green Nuckols was located at New Lexington, N. Tuscaloosa Co. Alabama.  One of William and Matida E. (Baker) children, William T. Nuckols, is buried on the plantation. He was 7 mos. old at his death.   Other family members were also buried in the Boone Cemetery, N. Tuscaloosa Co.  The 2 cemeteries are probably close to each other .

[NI3616] 1860 Tuscaloosa Co, AL pg621 Hirum Nuchols, 36 KY School teacher Elizabeth 22 MS Frank M 19 AL Walter M 4 AL Class of 1852, University of Alabama, enrolled 1847, Fayette Co. Was in  t he civil war CSA 41St Infantry Alabama.Pvt- 41st AL Infantry, Co H - Disch arged Sargeant

[NI3617] Appears in original book on page 152-153 # 258. We knew nothing other th an names of his children, and have since added a lot of descendants Transcribed by Ed Waller From Gandrud collection: Customers at the store of John McConnell in Northport, Ala From 1838 to 1846 Nuckols, Dock   1846 Nuckols, Wm. S.   1838 12/1/1860 Tuscaloosa Co, AL 38782 AL2970__.032 79.89 acres W½SW 14/ 17-S 10-W No Huntsville Virgil was known as the Texas Kidd and owned a Wild West show.  Called "Te xas Kidd's Reproduction of Frontier Days," it was America's longest runni ng wild west show, running from 1912 to 1952.  My grandfather was Reno Jer ell.  Known as Texas Kidd Jr., he was a professional rodeo cowboy and is e nshrined in the Cowboy Hall of Fame.  After retiring, he was foreman on t he Steiner Ranch, which was the premier breeder of rodeo stock in those da ys.  He had taken a rodeo to Cuba at the time Castro seized power and ther e's a great story about him having to bribe rebel soldiers so he could lo ad the rodeo stock onto ships to take them back to the states.  My fath er is Thomas Wheeler.  The show played a different town every week, so unt il he was out of grade school he never went to one school for more th an a week at a time.  He once got stabbed when a riot broke out on the sho w, but neither the injury nor his sporadic schooling held him back.  He g ot a Ph.D. from Duke U., was a Baptist minister for a time, and is a profe ssor of religion at Austin College in Sherman, TX.  I am a lawyer an d, to my everlasting shame, the only Nuckols (including my grandmother a nd aunts) in several generations never to have ridden a bull or a bucki ng bronco. The Will of V.P. (Virgil Poet) Nuckols of Tuscloosa Co. AL names his hei rs  as: my beloved wife A. E. (Agnes) , sons William V. Nuckols,  Pouncy N uckols, daughters Mary Whetstone who now resides in Texas (wife of W. R. W hetstone) Annie H. Butler who now resides in Texas (wife of Larkin Butler) son, Robe rt Nuckols, the children or heirs of deceased son J.M. Nuckols,(no provisi on for themhaving already expended on him and them in various ways what would ha ve been their equal share of his estate) son Charles B.Nuckols (excluded f rom any provision of the estate because he has not conducted himself towa rd me in a manner that I consider filial or at all proper or becoming in a son, a nd I am unwilling that he should receive any part of my estate"). Son Robert is named as executor of he will and in case Robert is unab le to serve, friend R.A. Dobbs to be executor. Will dated 19 January 1901(?) last number not readable on copy...prov ed on 3 January 1907 and filed in open court the same date. 1880 Census Census Place:New Lexington, Tuscaloosa, Alabama Source:FHL Film 1254033  National Archives Film T9-0033     Page 51 1B V. P. NUCKOLSSelf MM W51KYOcc:FarmerFa: VAMo: KY A. C. NUCKOLSWifeF MW50ALFa: KYMo: KY Annie NUCKOLSDauF SW19ALFa: KYMo: AL Charlie NUCKOLSSonM W15ALFa: KYMo: AL Robert NUCKOLSSonM SW12ALFa: ALMo: AL Patie NUCKOLSGDauF SW2TXFa: ALMo: AL Kesie NUCKOLSOtherF SW9MALFa: ALMo: AL Sallie NUCKOLSOtherF W40ALFa: ALMo: AL Document number:  38782     Description number:  1 Number of acres:  79.8900     Accession number:  AL2970__.032 Patentee Surname:  Nuckols     Patentee given name:  Virgil P. State name:  Alabama Volume:  2970     Page number:  32 Land office:  Tuscaloosa     Aliquot part reference:  W½SW Section number:  14 Township:  17 South     Range:  10 West Meridian or special survey area:  Huntsville Meridian Title transfer authority:  Sale-Cash Entries Combined signature date:  Dec. 1, 1860 Multiple patentees:  N     Multiple warrantees:  N Signature:  Y     Canceled document:  N     Subsurface rights reserve d:  N Metes and bounds:  N     Fractional section:  N 1900 census in household is granddaugher OPhelia A Keller born 4/1896

[NI3618] Author of the book "A History of the Government of the City of Richmond, Virginia" William Co, Printing, Richmond, 1899 Robert R Nuckols

[DI3618] Washington Post Aug 11, 1909 Richmond Aug 10- Robert R NUCKOLS, well known in Virginia newspaper, printing and labor circles for more than half a century, died yesterday in Louisa County, aged 72 years.

[NI3620] Belva KNUCKLES, the ten year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles KNUCKLE S, of near Given, died at 8:30 p.m. on Wednesday of last week. Some wee ks ago the little girl fell and injured her knee. Blood poisoning set in a nd death resulted. The funeral services conducted by Rev. DAILEY was he ld from the Lone Oak Church, after which the remains were interred in t he Boswell Cemetery. (Mountaineer, 7 April 1911)

[NI3621] Eliabeth "Lizzie" Nuckols first married M. M. Mealer 12/26/1886 in Lamar County, TX

[NI3622] Another mystery is that sometime around 1918-1919 Faye Nuckols Nellis traveled with her daughter Erma(Shirley's mother) to Tyler, Smith County, Texas to inherit some money from an estate.   We have searched (just once and will go back) for any leads in that area and can not find a connection there to Ringo nor Nuckols.  This story was first hand from Erma Nell is Johnson, now age 91, but she has no idea on the inheritance and said she was never told the amount of from whom. Faye Nuckols listed her father's place of birth as WALES.   Now we always figured that was strange, until I just find out that there was a town or place called WALES in Lamar County that was about 1910 annexed in to Paris, Lamar County, TX.   WALES was just west of Paris.

[DI3624] Social Security Death Index about Benjamin M. Hogland Name: «tab»Benjamin M. Hogland SSN: «tab»431-28-2040 Last Residence: «tab»63011  Ballwin, Saint Louis, Missouri,  Born: «tab»14 May 1925 Died: «tab»10 Aug 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Arkansas (Before 1951 )

[NI3629] His wife, Ada, my mothers step-mother, took William Calvin Sargent, my grandfather to the insane asylum in Williamsburg, Virginia and dropped him off there because he had become delirious.   My mother, Chloe Sargent Nuckols, not knowing anything about her fathers condition or that he was ill, had a dream the night that he passed away that a long black car pulled up in front of our house in Sandston, Virginia and her father came to the door and told her that he was going away on a long trip and he stopped to tell her good-by.  She received a telegram the next day about his death.  The doctor told my mother that her father was near death when brought there and that all he could do was take him in and make him comfortable and that he died of uremic poison. (Note by Clarence Calvin Nuckols)

[MI3630] (Medical):arthritis and high blood pressure

[NI3631] Miami Herald, The (FL) - August 21, 2003 Deceased Name: Jean K. Nuckols FL United States NUCKOLS JEAN K., 84, of Miami, FL, died Friday morning, August 15, 20 03 at Baptist Hospital. Born in Reading, PA on Nov. 29, 1918, she mov ed to Fla. with her children in 1954. Employed by Dade County as a land ev aluator in Property Appraisal Dept. She retired after many years of servic e. Survived by her daughter Victoria J. Ketchum, son Jeffrey H. Giles, bo th of Homestead and grandson Jeffrey H. Giles Jr. of Acworth, GA. Funer al services will be held in loving memory of our dear mother Jean K. Nucko ls on Saturday, Aug. 23, 2003 at Van Orsdel , 11240 N. Kendall Drive. Visi tation 4-5 PM, Service at 5 PM. To visit this Guest Book Online, go to www .herald.com/obituaries. Name: Jean K. Nuckols SSN: 170-05-8071 Last Residence: 33173  Miami, Miami-dade, Florida, United States of Ameri ca Born: 29 Nov 1918 Last Benefit: 33173  Miami, Miami-dade, Florida, United States of Ameri Died: 15 Aug 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: Pennsylvania (Before 1951 )

[BI3632] Name:    WILLIAM NUCKOLS Birth Date:    DEC 1864 Race:    W Sex:    M Father:    REUBIN Mother:    NOT GIVEN Page:    126

[DI3632] Richmond Times Dispatch Thurs, Dec 23, 1909 Policeman Nuckols Dead Faithful and Efficient Officer Dies After Nine Years of Service Policeman William A Nuckols one of the mounted officers of the Second District died at 10 o;clock yesterday morning in his home at 908 Randolph St after a long illness. He had been suffering more than a year, but recenlty and partly recovered and was doing light duty in the signal office. He became worse and was at home but two days before he died. Mr Nuckols was born in Hanover county. He had been on the police force about nine years and was regarded as a faithful and efficient officer. The funeral will take plce from Randolph Street Baptist Church at 3:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. A detail to attend the funeral will be appointed by Major Weaver. He is survived by his wife, two daughters Miss Garce Nuckols and Miss Blanche Nuckol ad by one son William A Nuckols Jr Richmond Times Dispatch Thurs, Dec 23, 1909 NUCKOLS- Died at his res No 908 Randolph St, Mr William A Nuckols, in the forty fifth year of his age. Mr Nuckols leaves a wife and three children. He had been a faithful employee of the city for more that fifteen years, over half that time a faithful and efficient police officer. The funeral will be held from Randolph Street baptist Church on Friday afternoon Dec 24. Interment Riverview Cemetery

[NI3633] Descendants of Reuben provided by Clarence Nuckols Reuben Julian Nuckols served in the Confederate Army in the Civil War b ut was not killed in the war as has been reported in some of the data subm itted by some one .  The will of his mother, Eliza S. Nuckols, names h im in her will written in 1881 as the inheritor of the largest porti on of her estate.  She also makes mention of him receiving his brother And y's (Andrew) portion of the land because of Andy having been killed.  Perh aps Andrew was killed in the Civil War and somehow it was mistakenly twist ed to show Reuben as the one who was killed.  Both of these brothers enlis ted at the same date in 1861. Reuben served in the Civil War in the 4th Regiment Calvary, Compa ny G, of the Confederate Army.  He was a courier for Gen. Robert E. Lee No v. to Dec. 1862, transferred to McGregor's Battery, Stuart's Horse Artille ry.  He survived the Battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse although he was rep orted killed in action at that battle.  Proof of his survival is that he a ppeared on two more census after the war was over.  I think that it must h ave been his brother Andrew that was killed in that battle. Living with this family in 1850 in Hanover Co, VA is Louisa Sharp age 25 b orn VA Enlisted as a Private on 09 May 1861 at the age of 21 Enlisted in Company G, 4th Cavalry Regiment Virginia on 09 May 1861. Detailed on 15 November 1862 at General R. E. Lee Headquarters (As courier ) Returned on 15 December 1862 (Estimated day) Transferred Company G, 4th Cavalry Regiment Virginia on 15 June 1863 Transfered in Company 2nd, Stuart Horse Light Artillery Regiment Virgin ia on 15 June 1863. Killed Company 2nd, Stuart Horse Light Artillery Regiment Virginia on 09 M ay 1864 in Spotsylvania Court House, VA On rolls on 20 January 1865 (Absent, wounded) Paroled on 28 April 1865 at Ashland, VA (Also shown as killed) Nuckols, Reuben Julian  ACW  M      Undetermined  Army  Private  Kill ed in Action  5/9/1864  Spotsylvania Court House   P  Residence: Hanover C o?; McGregor's Battery, Stuart Horse Artillery

[NI3634] IGI File No 503672 gives name Arabella M BOWLES

[NI3635] Julia Ann Nuckols was born Julia Ann Roycroft daughter of Thomas Roycroft and Elizabeth Nichols. Julia Ann (ROYCROFT) NUCKOLS, born 10 October 1832, died 19 July 1861, was the first wife of William Green NUCKOLS. She is buried in Old Robertson Cemetery, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. See pages 149-140 First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred, Book II.John Q. ROYCROFT was her brother. They were both born in Wake County, North Carolina, the children of Thomas ROYCROFT and Elizabeth (NICHOLS) ROYCROFT. William Green Nuckols was born on June 16, 1821, the son of Pouncy Nuckols who was born in 1790 in Goochland, Virginia and died in 1843 in Fayatte County, Alabama. William's mother was Mary Sarah Jameson born on October 23, 1800, in Christian, Kentucky. Thank You Lackey Stephens for this valuable information.

[XI3635] |NOTE: The Tuscaloosa Genealogical Society Night Group - "Roots and Branches" state they found the following foot markers buried next to the grave of Julia Nuckols. They stated the head stones may be there also, but covered. G.S.N. F.C.N. J.O.N. E.N. A.N.

[NI3636] Census Place:Precinct 4, Hill, Texas Source:FHL Film 1255311  National Archives Film T9-1311     Page 35 8C J. V. NICHOLSSelfMMW32Farm LaborerFa: KYMo: NC Sarah NICHOLSWifeFMW27ALOcc:K. HouseFa: TNMo: AL Ida C. NICHOLSDauFSW10ALFa: ALMo: AL Millie P. NICHOLSDauFSW8ALFa: ALMo: AL Mary NICHOLSDauFSW5ALFa: ALMo: AL Francie NICHOLSDauFSW3ALFa: ALMo: AL Alice NICHOLSDauFSW1TX John Valero and Sarah owned and operated the Nuckols Hotel in Bay City. Af ter John's death, Sarah and the girls ran it. Shortly after Sarah's dea th the children sold the hotel. The Nuckols Hotel was a landmark in Bay Ci ty for a number of years. It burned on 8 Feb. 1945.

[DI3636] From Obituary in Matagorda County Tribune Friday Nov 3, 1916 J. V. Nuckols When only 16 years of age Mr. Nuckols entered the Civil War in a Kentucky Regiment on the side of the South.  Moved to Hill Co. in 1878 and later moved to El Campo, about 10 years ago moved to Bay City. Survied by daughters Delone ; Eidman ; Erickson, who live in the city. All other children live in various places in the state.

[DI3637] Name: «tab»Laura Mariah Walters Death Date: «tab»18 Dec 1936 Death Place: «tab»Itasca Hill Co, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»w Death Age: «tab»37 years 16 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1899 Birth Date: «tab»02 Dec 1849 Birthplace: «tab»Al Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab»J M Walters deceased Father's Name: «tab»Green Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Al Mother's Name: «tab»dk Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab»Itasca Hill Co TX Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Itasca Tx Burial Date: «tab»18 Dec 1936 Additional Relatives: «tab»X informant left blank Film Number: «tab»2117123 Digital Film Number: «tab»4166732 Image Number: «tab»1067 Reference Number: «tab»v X cn 60509 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JD6Z-GLV : accessed 5 May 2012), Green Nuckols in entry for Laura Mariah Walter

[HI3638] (Research):Son Fritz death cert names mother as Mildred Hubbard

[NI3639] 1900 Next door to parents Harrison Co, Marshall, Ward, 1 TX HH513 Howell Lewis, head, 1/1843, 57, GA NC GA Policeman Georgia J, wife,1/1853, 47, m28y 10/8, AL AL KY Mary Bell, dau, 6/1876, 23, single TX Georgia, dau,  2/1885, 14, TX Laura, dau, 9/1887, 12, TX Mackie, dau, 2/1892, 8, TX HH516 mother Semaris

[NI3640] In a letter that Green Albert "Abb" Nuckols (son of William Green Nuckol s) wrote to my great aunt Flora Nuckols he details some family geneology a nd gives the dates of birth of his aunts and uncles including Semiramus.  In this he writes her name as Simmanimus but gives the correct DOB.  His writing is rather difficult to decipher.  He also gives some interesti ng info. on those he believes at the time are the immigrants. The names a re correct (for later family history) but the time is way off! I'll quo te him as it is interesting anyway.  The date of the letter is Nov.19, 193 0.   My Dear Flora         Your much appreciated letter of recent date received.  I was su re glad to hear from you and yours.  Yes, there should be a record ke pt of our ancestors (3 brothers and 1 sister) came to the N.W.  early in 1 800 they were either from England and Scotland or Norway.  Any way we re of English descent the 4 that came over were named Pouncy, Andrew, Heze kiah and "Ann." Hezekiah and Ann settled in Virginia on the James Riv er in Buckingham District.  Pouncy and Andrew settled in Kentucy near Glasco on Beeve Creek. Remember we are descended from the Pouncy that came over in say 1801.  This Pouncy was probably my greatgrandfather (your GG Gra nd).  Pouncy the second my grandfather (was borned in 1791)....... I've cleaned up his writing a little to make it easier to read.  He was al most 80 yrs of age when he wrote this.  He also mentions a family bible "w ith all the dates in it" that burned in a fire in 1866 or 1867.  He states this bible belonged to Flora's grandfather which, of course, would have been his own father's bible.  He also mentions a George Nuckols that lost an arm in the Civil War and so on. Note from Nuckolls Society- The story of Andew, Hezekiah, Pouncey and Ann coming in 1801 is not accurate. It is quite well documented that th is is the line of William the Patriot with many reliable sources. We know the Nuckolls were here as early as 1639.

[DI3640] Name: «tab»Green A. Nuckols Death Date: «tab»26 Jun 1936 Death Place: «tab»Austin, Travis, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»w Death Age: «tab»87 years 9 months 4 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»22 Sep 1849 Birthplace: «tab»Tuscaloosa Co., Ala. Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Age 87-9-4 Father's Name: «tab»G.W. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Julia Raycroft Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Alabama Occupation: «tab»Retired Confederate Veteran Place of Residence: «tab»Travis Co, Austin, TX Texas Confederate Home Inf- Eula Rae, Vet Home Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Brownwood, Tex. Burial Date: «tab»27 Jun 1936 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2117124 Digital Film Number: «tab»4166733 Image Number: «tab»1413 Reference Number: «tab»v X cn 71285 Source Citation"Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDDY-5DN : accessed 4 May 2012), Green A. Nuckols, 1936.

[DI3643] Name: «tab»Walter Bell Walters Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»05 Nov 1946 Death Place: «tab»Fayette, Fayette, Alabama Gender: «tab»Female Race (Original): «tab» Race (Standardized): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»86y Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1860 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab»J. B. Walters Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Green Nuckles Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Walter Bell Roy Croff Mother's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Mother's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Mother's Birthplace:

[NI3645] Descendants provided by Nora Kay Nuckols reply@eagle.ca Another researcher Melissa Dobbins Chambers melissa424@aol.com

[DI3645] Name: «tab»Melville Nuckols Death Date: «tab»21 Jul 1952 Death Place: «tab»Rural 1, Nueces, Texas, Cuddahy Convalescent Home Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»81 years 8 months 22 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»01 Nov 1870 Birthplace: «tab»Alabama Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»W. G. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab»U Mother's Name: «tab»Mathilda Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab»U Occupation: «tab»City Judge city of Kingsville Place of Residence: «tab»Kingsville, Kleberg, Texas, 715 W Richard Cemetery: «tab»Chamberlain Burial Park Burial Place: «tab»Kingsville, Kleberg, Texas Burial Date: «tab»21 Jul 1952 COD stomach cancer Inf-Harold M Nuckols Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2075088 Digital Film Number: «tab»4167316 Image Number: «tab»2329 Reference Number: «tab»cn 35360 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JD57-F61 : accessed 4 May 2012), Melbille Nuckols, 1952.

[NI3646] STATE OF ALABAMA TUSCALOOSA COUNTY Before me, the undersigned authority, a Notary Public in and for the State of Alabama at Large, personally appeared LOYAL CLEMENTS, who, after being duly sworn, deposes and states as follows, to-wit: My name is LOYAL CLEMENTS. I am a resident of Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. I am over the age of nineteen years. I hereby certify that I am personally aware of the fact that M P. Cannon died intestate in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, on or about the 28th day of January, 1951, leaving surviving as his only heirs at law and next of kin the following: his wife, Mamie Cannon, and four children, namely, Floyd C. Cannon, Gertrude C. Walker, Mary Lee C. Clements and Troy Cannon (whose heirs are shown below). There were no other heirs at law or next of kin other than the herein named. Furthermore, I am aware of the fact that Mamie Cannon died intestate in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, on or about the 15th day of July, 1954, leaving surviving her as her only heirs at law and next of kin the following: f our children, namely, Floyd C. Cannon, Gertrude C. Walker, Mary Lee C. Clements and Troy Cannon (whose heirs are shown below). There were no other heirs at law or next of kin other than the herein named. Furthermore, I am aware of the fact that Troy Cannon died intestate in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, on or about the 4th day of September, 1942, leaving surviving him as his only heirs at law and next of kin the following: his wife, Estelle Cannon, and three children, namely, Annie Merle Teague, Nina Joe Willmon and Malcomb Cannon. There were no other heirs at law or next of kin other than the herein named. Furthermore, I am aware of the fact that Estelle Cannon died in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, on or about the 6th day of September 1986. Dated this the 24 day of November, 2000. (Signed) LOYAL CLEMENTS Sworn to and subscribed before me on this the 24 day of November, 2000 Signed: W. Hunter unreadable NOTARY PUBLIC MY COMMISSION EXPIRES 71/6.4,Gr THIS DOCUMENT PREPARED BY: MICHAEL J. CARTEE SHELBY AND CARTEE, ATTORNEYS 2210 8TH STREET SUITE B TUSCALOOSA, ALABAMA 35401 62546TI 2000 18012 Recorded in the Above DEED Book & Page 11-30-2000 01: 17: 10 PH W. Hardy McCollum - Probate Judge Tuscaloosa County , Alabama Book/Ps: 2000(18012 T e r m / C a s h i e r : SCAN2/ njj Tran: 2042.132183.187639 Recorded: 11-30-2000 13:17:31 PJF Probate Judge Fee2.00 REC Recording Fee3.50 Total Fees:            $ 5 . 5 0

[DI3647] Alabama Deaths, 1908-59 Name: Bamma Nuckles Death Date: 14 Aug 1910 Death County: Tuscaloosa Volume: 25 Certificate: 162 Roll: 1

[NI3648] Did he have this child? no other Andrew around in 1930 to qualify as fathe r Name: Gerald Eugene Nuckols Date of Birth: 12 Jun 1945 Gender: Male Birth County: Victoria Father's name: Andrew Nuckols Mother's name: Juanita June White Roll Number: 1945_0008 (Gerald has other descendants in the TX records)

[DI3648] Name: «tab»Charles Andrew Nuckols Death Date: «tab»08 Apr 1972 Death Place: «tab»Cleburne, Johnson, Texas, United States Johnson Co Mem Hosp Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»93 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»25 Sep 1878 Birthplace: «tab»Alabama Marital Status: «tab»widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»William Greene Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»ret farmer Place of Residence: «tab»Grandview Tx Gen Del Cemetery: «tab»Grandview Burial Place: Grandview«tab» Burial Date: «tab»4/11/1972 Additional Relatives: «tab»Inf- Paul A Nuckols Film Number: «tab»2223768 Digital Film Number: «tab»4005476 Image Number: «tab»01751 Reference Number: «tab»29583 Source Citation"Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JN74-5D9 : accessed 4 May 2012), Charles Andrew Nuckols, 1972. Name: Charles Nuckols SSN: 466-34-5384 Last Residence: 76050  Grandview, Johnson, Texas,  Born: 25 Sep 1878 Died: Apr 1972 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 )

[NI3653] George was better known as "Grandpappy" with the first Grand Ole Opry gro up known as "The Fruit Jar Drinkers"

[NI3658] Per my maternal Grandmother, Winifred Milliken, her father Beaufort Ell is and Joseph Nuckols used to argue politics quite a bit, as they lived close to each other. My Grandmother, Winifred used to play with Edwin Nuckols at their house, w hen her older sister Mary Ellis (Auntie) came to the Nuckols home in Auburn to take music lesso ns from Ethel Nuckols, Ed's sister. Allyson  angriffin@comcast.net

[DI3658] Name:  «tab»Joe O Nuckols Death Date: «tab»26 Aug 1913 Death Location: «tab»Logan, South Auburn, KY Residence Location: «tab»Logan Age: «tab»67y 3m 2d Gender: «tab»Male; Farmer Ethnicity: «tab»White; Married Birth Date: «tab»22 May 1846 Father's Name: «tab»Pouncie Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Mother's Name: «tab»Saunders Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Informant- Ed Nuckols COD Heart Disease

[NI3659] "Mrs. Susan J. Nuckols, the venerable mother of Col. J. P. Nuckols and M r. Ben Nuckols, of this place, passed peacefully away at the home of her s on, Col. J. P. Nuckols, here, Sunday evening last. Mrs. Nuckols was in h er ninetieth year at the time of her death, which was caused more from t he general failure incident to old age than from any specific complaint. M rs. Nuckols was one the brightest women who ever lived in Barren count y. To an extraordinary strength of mind, she added a wit that was sharp er than a two-eged sword and a fund of common sense as sound as it was rem arkable. In her Spartan simplicity and virtues, in her informitable will p ower and great strength of mind, she was a striking type of the splendid w omanhood of long ago. At all times, whether dealing with events long pa st or with the present, it was an educational privilege and treat to conve rse with her. She was, in every respect, a most remarkable lady. "Mrs. Nuckols leaves three living children -- Col. J. P. Nuckols and Mr. B en Nuckols of this place, and Mr. Hezzy Nuckols, of Micco, Fla. "The remains were interred in the Odd Fellows cemetery, here, Monday eveni ng last, after appropriate services by Rev. N. G. Terry, of the Baptist ch urch - of which church the deceased had long been a faithful and consiste nt member." Glasgow Municipal Cemetery Susan J. Nuckols 17 Jan 1806 - 1 Dec 1896 (Note difference in death date) Glasgow (KY) Weekly Times, 4 Dec 1895

[NI3660] Deed from William Nuckols of Hanover County, Guardian of his daughter Susanna, to Joseph Nuckols of Goochland County. January 1820, Deed book 25 pa ge 175 This indenture entered into this _______day of January in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and twenty, between William Nuckols of Hanover County, guardian of his daughter Susanna of the first part and Joseph Nuckols of the County of Goochland of the other part. Whereas Susanna the daughter of the said William Nuckols, hath an interest in an undivided piece of parcel of land in the said County of Goochland formerly the property of her grandfather Pouncy Nuckols and the said William Nuckols her father wishing to promote the interest of the said Susanna his daughter by making her compensation therefor in another way. Now this deed witnesseth that for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred dollars cash paid the said William Nuckols guardian aforesaid by the said Joseph Nuckols, the receipt where of is hereby acknowledged hath bargained and sold and by these presents doth bargain and sell to the said Joseph Nuckols his heirs and assigns all right, title and interest which his said daughter hath at this time or may hereafter have, to and in an undivided piece of parcel of land lying and being in the said County of Goochland and formerly the property of the said Pouncy Nuckols and adjoining the lands of William Hugho and others. To have and to hold the said undivided piece of parcel of land of the Joseph Nuckols his heirs and assigns forever free from the claim or claims of all and every person or persons whatsoever. In witness whereof I have set my hand and affixed my seal this day and year first above written. Signed sealed and acknowledged in the presents of Test William Nuckols, Se al Ruben Nuckols Benj Nuckols At a Monthly session court held for Goochland County at the Courthou se on Monday the 17th day of July 1820 This indenture was presented in court and proved by oath of Thomas Taurman to be the act and deed of William Nuckols guardian of his daughter Susanna and ordered to be certified. And at the quarterly session court held for Goochland County at the Courtho use on Monday the 21st day of August 1820 This indenture was again presented in court and proved by the oath of Reub en Nuckols to be the act and deed of William Nuckols guardian of his daughter Susanna Nuckols and ordered to be certified. And at a monthly sessi on court held for Goochland County at the Courthouse on Monday the 15th day of July 1822 This indenture was again presented in court and further and fully proved by the oath of Benjamin Nuckols to be the act and deed of William Nuckols guardian of his daughter Susanna and ordered to be recorded. Teste WM Miller Transcribed from Goochland County Courthouse record by Carrol Nuckols 9 Aug 1999 Goochland Co, VA - Bk 26 Pg 22 23 Oct. 1816  William Nuckols, (son of Poun cy Sr.) of Jefferson Co., Ky., sells to Joseph (son of Pouncy Sr.) his interest and rights in the property of his father for $410, presented to cle rk 22 Nov. 1824, witnesses, Richard Duke, Reuben Nuckols,Richard Phillip s, Pendleton Childress and Anderson Childress.  (Complete document scann ed to CD) Bk 26 p24  22 Oct. 1816  Power of Atty. from William Nuckols, to Joseph Nu ckols to handle his interest in the estate of Pouncy Sr.  Witnesses, Richard S. Duke, Richard Phillips, Pouncy Nuckols Jr. and Ann Nuckols. (Comple te document scanned to CD) Goochland Co, VA Bk23 p140  14 Jan 1818 Indenture  Reuben Nuckols guardi an of Ann Nuckols, John Nuckols guardian of his children, William Nucko ls guardian of his Dau. (Susanna), Andrew Nuckols for himself and as age nt of  Pouncy Nuckols Jr., Joseph Nuckols as agent of William Nuckols of S tate of Ky., Timothy Swift, and Susan Nuckols, widow and relict of Poun cy Nuckols dec., grant and sell to Joseph Nuckols and Benjamin Cocke Jr. f or $2665 the Nuckols Mill Tract.  Witnesses, Spotswood Childress, Jam es ?, William A Nuckols. Bk 25 p125 January 1820  William Nuckols, (son of Pouncy Sr.) guardi an of Susanna, his Dau. sell to Joseph Nuckols (son of Pouncy Sr.) for $2 00 her interest in the lands of Pouncy Sr., (no acreage listed) Witnesse s, Reuben Nuckols, Thomas Taurinan, Benjamin Nuckols.  This transaction is later reaffirmed is a new deed dated 21Dec. 1829, bk28 p255. Susanna is now married to Edward T. Nuckols

[NI3661] Father: William Barnett b. About 1727 Mother: Hannah Fenton

[NI3662] Could this be the John, father of John Nuckols who settled in Hamilton C o, Cincinnati, OH 1840? Descendants however, never named a son Pouncey

[NI3665] Goochland Co VA Deeds Bk31 p117  18 Mar 1831 Division of lands (3 parcels), drawing lots, etc. b etween Joseph Nuckols, John W. Ford, John Watkins, David Watkins and Samu el Leake. Bk 31 p110  Indenture  14 Oct. 1832  Joseph Nuckols and Phoebe, his wi fe to John Watkins, 3 parcels of land for $100. witnesses, Thomas Taurma n, Thomas Peers, Justices of the Peace Goochland Co. Wills 1856 to 1879   17 Apr. 1869  will of Joseph Nucko ls of Goochland Co.  Mentions wife Phebe, to which Joseph gives all the la nd on which he now lives plus 25ac on the Rudy Branch and all livestock, f urniture and appliances, after her death to go to son Abner Nuckols.  Mon ey divided between sons, Henry, Jacob, Abner, and Dau. Susan, wife of Benjamin C. Spi llez. Also mentions Dau. Martha, wife of Frederick Dabney, Julia A., wi fe of William Winfree, Killy, wife of Isaiah C. Daniel and son Joseph. Chi ldren Pouncy and  Mary, wife of Jacob Willhoir are mentioned separate ly as that they have already received their inheritance (and we believe a re from a different wife). Abner Nuckols named executor. Witnesse s, R. G. Parish, Pleasant C. Pollard.  Will proved 3 Sept. 1877. Death Certificate - he was aged 84 at death - death date 8/2/1877 in Gooch land County, VA - cause of death was old age - name of parents were Pou ce and Susan Nuckols - informant was A.C. Nuckols, son DECEASED  Sorney. YEAR  [1853]. NOTE  Slave. NOTE  Date of death: August 2, 1853. NOTE  Place of death: Goochland County. NOTE  Source of Information: Goochland County, 1853, page 2. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical Society. SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Goochland County. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Jos., owner. Nickols, Joseph Age:  75     Gender:  M     Race:  W     Birthplac e:  VA   State:  Virginia County:  GOOCHLAND     Locale:  DOVER TWP     Series:  M593     Roll:  16 49     Part:  1     Page:  74A Joseph Nuckos, age 75, farmer,     $2000 $1218 Phoebe 70 Abner O, 29 Mattie O, 20 Graham 9m (8/27/1870) The Edward Pleasants Valentine Papers pg 1928 Phillip Woodson, Hanover County to Tarlton Woodson, Robert Farrar, John El lis, Joseph Nuckols and Benjamin Nuckols, trustees for benefit of the regu lar Baptist Denomination who compose the general association of Bapti st in Va; whereas Matthew Woodson now deceased did in his life time cau se a meeting house called Dover to be built upon his own land in the cou ty of Goochland for the use of the  Baptist denomination and the land up on which said meeting house stands containing 1 ac, is a part of the la nd inherited by his son Phillip Woodson and the said Phillip Woodson to ca rry out the design of his father the sd Matthew Woodson, deed, hereby conv eys sd land to sd trustees. Dated Jan 13, 1846. Ibid.pg389 I live on a portion of the farm originally owned by pouncey Nuckols in Goo chland Virginia near Goochland Baptist Church (Nuckols meeting house). Ric hard Keith Nuckols Richn_vendsr@msn.com

[DI3665] Name: «tab»Joseph Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»02 Aug 1877 Death Place: «tab»Dover District, Goochland, Virginia Age: «tab»84 Birth Date: «tab»1793 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Pounce Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Susan Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07001-9 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2056981 Reference Number: «tab»87 32 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X51H-FQG : accessed 7 April 2012), Joseph Nuckols (1793).

[NI3666] Bk 23 p339 Goochland Co, VA 20 March 1817 Andrew Nuckols (son of Pouncy Sr .) and Martha (Patsy Puryear) Nuckols, his wife, Nathaniel Bowles and Ja ne Bowles, his wife, Samuel Murrel and Susan Murrel his wife, all of Barr en Co., KY for $629 release and sell all the rights and interest in the es tate of Thomas H. Puryear, dec. to William Ford.  Witnesses, Hardin Davi s, John Glover. Barron Co Will Book 4 pg 1 Will written 5/24/1852 Proved 5/1856 5-24-1852 Exe A B Nuckols Wit: R N Sanders, W H Sanders, Wm A Norvell Lists children Hezekiah, Polly, Nancy, Susannah, Martha, Andrew Sources for this family  are the Kentucky Biographical Encyclopedia pg 5 88 and the History of KY Baptists, pg 504 Name: Andrew Nuckols Date Written:24 May 1852 Date Probated: May 1856 Oldest daughter: Polly Huffman 2nd son: Pouncy Nuckols 2nd daughter: Nancy Smith 3rd daughter: Susannah Pace 4th daughter: Martha Harrison (has 3 daughters, lives in TX) 3rd and youngest son: Andrew B. Nuckols Two youngest children: Betty and Albert Son: Hezekiah Nuckols Son: A. B. Nuckols Slaves: Peter, Ann, James, Calvin, George, Christopher, Lafayett, Christopher, Haden, Henry, Fanny Witnesses: R N Sanders, W H Sanders, Wm. A. Norvell Source: Barren Co KY Will Book 4, p. 1 Barren Co, KY Marriages Nichols, Abner to Sally Slayton, sur: Robert H Ward, no bond date, conse nt of father, John Nichols, wit ny Abner Nichols, Robert H Ward, conse nt of her mother, Elizabeth Slayton, married 3 Nov 1829 by Andrew Nuckold s, marriage register shows his as Abner Nuckols Duncan, R.S.  "A History of the Baptists in Missouri Page 80:  Discussion of Andrew Nuckols.  "In 1807 he moved to Barren Coun ty and united with Mt. Pleasant Church, where he was ordained to the minis try by John Warder and John B. Longan." Settled on Fallen Timber, a branch of Skegg's Creek- Moses and other Peden s, James Foster, Rev Andrew Nuckols..... Gorin, Franklin, The times of long ago : Barren County, Kentucky Evansville, Ind.: Unigraphic, 1974, 165  pgs.  Page 23 From: Andrew Nuckolls [Nuckols] To: Robt Bullock of Mason Co KY Date: 1812 Type: Land on Skeggs Creek Names Cited: Rice Bullock Barren Co KY Deed Book C, p. 300 From: Lawrence Gillock To: Trustees of mount Pleasant Church Date: 20 July 1814 Type: one acre of land to build church. Names listed as Trustees: James Gillock, Andrew Nuckols, Wm Baugh Names Cited: McFarlen Barren Co KY Deed Book C, p. 420

[NI3667] Date: Tue, 25 Nov 1997 21:17:48 -0500 (EST) From: Donald Bowles To: BOWLES-L@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: Ky Bowles Thomas Puryear, married Margaret Bowles, he was also a son of Samuel Pury ear, who married Elizabeth ? ca 1720. Nathaniel V Bowles married into t he family line of Hezekiak Puryear born ca 1735 in Warwick co,Va.. Hezeki ah was also a son of Samuel, and brother of Thomas. Hezekiah married (1)-M illy Winn ca 1755-58, daughter of John Winn and Mary Bowles of Hanover Co.. (2) wife-Mary Ellis, daughter of Joseph Ellis of Henrico co, in 1764. (3)wife- Ann Ellis, sister of Mary Ellis, in 1773. So, Hezekiah and Ann Ellis we re the parents of Sarah Jane Puryear, who married Nathaniel V Bowles. Oth er children were: Martha(Patsy)Puryear B.-1777-married Andrew Nuckols in G oochland co., in 1801. They later moved to Barren co. William Puryear-m. P olly Linsy Webber,daughter of Rev. William Webber and Mary Woolfork in 180 5. Polly Puryear-m. Patrick Henley, son of Leonard Henley and Elizabeth Ju de in Goochland co., in 1801. Nancy Westly Puryear-B.-1778-m. William Nuck els in 1809.. Thomas Hull Puryear-b.-1789-never married. Noblin Puryear-ne ver married. Elizabeth Puryear-m. Nathaniel Woodward in 1802. Sarah Jane Puryear married Nathaniel V. Bowles in 1812, son of Thomas Bowl es and Sarah Holman.Thomas Puryear married Margaret Bowles. After his dea th in 1762, Margaret's brother DAvid Bowles was named guardian of the min or children. Jane Puryear married William H. Minter, their son James Hundl ey Minter married Rebecca Frances Bowles (born in Hanover co in 1843) H ad son William Minter,1843.

[NI3677] Md 1st George Washington Norris  in Tuscaloosa Co. Alabama.

[NI3678] In a final disposition the following was filed July 13, 1876 in Marion Cou nty, Texas: "The State of Texas County of Marion Be it remembered that on this 13th d ay of May A. D. 1876, personally appeared before the undersigned authori ty Joseph M. Jamison who after beign dult sworn deposes and says that in t he 24th day of January A. D. 1850, he married out Samarimus L. Nuckles a nd that since said date he has lived with the said Samarimus L. Nuckl es as her husband that said Samarimus L. Nuckles was the niece of Gre en B. Jamison dec'd who died in the state of Texas on the day of A. D. 18 36 and that as far as this assigned is informed and believes there a re no heirs of the said Green B. Jamison now living in the state of Tex as except the mother in law of assigned. J. M. Jemison  Sworn to and submitted before me this the 1st day of Ju ne A. D. 1876. S. I. White Land Ex officio Notary Public Marion County Texas." Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Marshall Ward 1, Harrison, Texa s; Roll: T624_1562; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 42; Image: 168. Semriner F Jemison 79  wiow, 8/6 living alone next to daughter Georgia Lew is

[DI3678] Name: «tab»Mrs. S. L. Jemison Death Date: «tab»22 Apr 1928 Death Place: «tab»Marshall, Harrison, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»97 years 11 months 26 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1831 Birth Date: «tab»4/26/1830 Birthplace: «tab»KY Marital Status: «tab»widow Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Nuckolds Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Mary S. Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Marshall Burial Date: «tab»4/23/1928 Additional Relatives: «tab»Inf- W R Jemison Film Number: «tab»2114538 Digital Film Number: «tab»4030345 Image Number: «tab»3254 Reference Number: «tab»bk 35 cn 17071 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J6VR-7M3 : accessed 6 May 2012), Mary S. Nuckols in entry for Mrs. S. L. Jemison, 1928.

[NI3679] 1880 Census Place Precinct 2, Marion, Texas   Family History Library Fi lm   1255318   NA Film Number   T9-1318   Page Number   366D J. M. JAMESON   Self   M   Male   W   58   AL   Farm S. L. JAMESON   Wife   M   Female   W   50   KY   Keeping Hou se   VA   KY Sallie JAMESON   Dau   S   Female   W   15   AL   At Home   VA   KY Pouncie JAMESON   Son   S   Male   W   11   TX   At Home   VA   KY Garrett JAMESON   Son   S   Male   W   7   TX   At Home   VA   KY Georgia LEWIS   Dau   M   Female   W   27   AL   At Home   VA   KY Marshal LEWIS   GSon   S   Male   W   7   TX      GA   AL Samuel LEWIS   GSon   S   Male   W   5   TX      GA   AL Mabel LEWIS   GDau   S   Female   W   3   TX      GA   AL Octavia LEWIS   GDau   S   Female   W   1   TX      GA   AL Robert JAMESON   Son   S   Male   W   4   TX      VA   KY Walter NUCKERS   Nephew   S   Male   W   24   AL      KY   AL

[HI3681] (Research):Possibly this guy- but seems not able to have this many children with his young age. 1859 Delaware Co, Leavenworth, KS  Voters List Voter- Allen M.V.B. Nuckols Household head members not voters 1 Household members minors   5  Total in family 7 Settled in Leavenworth March 1859

[DI3682] Richmond Times Dispatch 11/20/1904 Warsaw VA- Mrs Nuckols, wife of Mr R R Nuckols, editor of the Colonial Beach Progress, died today at the home of her husband at Colonial Beach at 1 o'clock of Brights disease. Richmond Times Dispatch Nov 21, 1904 Virginia News Mrs R B nuckols, wife of the editor of the Colonail Beach Progress, died at Colonial Beach Saturday

[NI3684] Last Will & Testament of  Mary Louisa Nuckolls Thornton I, Louisa Thornton, being of sound mind and in full possession of my reaso ning faculties, do hereby make, publish and declare this my Last Will a nd Testament hereby revoking all and any Wills heretofore made. First:   I direct my exectors, hereinafter named, to pay my funeral expens es and all my just debts and liabilities as soon as can conveniently be do ne after my decease; Second:   I give and bequeath to my late daughter, Annie L. Ray's heirs, ( $5.00) five dollars in money; Third:   I give and bequeath to Alexander B. Thornton's heirs ($5.00) fi ve dollars in money. Fourth:   I give and bequeath to Nancy C. Martin's heirs (100.00) one hund red dollars; Fifth:    I give and bequeath to my son, John D. Thornton's heirs, ($100.0 0) one hundred dollars provided she gives to my estate a deed to lands deeded to me by her moth er which if she don't do, makes this clause void; Sixth:   I give and bequeath to my sons, P. T. Thornton, I. W. Thornton, a nd F. L. Thornton, and the heirs of A. N. Thornton, J. D. Thornton and Nan cy C. Martin, all the residue or balance of my property of which I am poss essed, either personal or real, at my death, to be equally divided betwe en them, provided J. D. Thornton's heir makes the deed above mention ed in fifth clause, but in case she refuses to make said deed, s he is to be left out of this clause, and all the rest to be sharers equall y. The interest she claims in said land to be all of my estate she is to r eceive provided she refuses to make the deed mentioned before or aft er my death. (the next clause has been numbered as Eight) Eight:   I hereby nominate, constitute and appoint my sons, F. L. Thornt on and P. T. Thornton executoprs without bond of this my last will and testament. In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name and affix my se al this the 17th day of December, 1900               Louisa Thornton.    (seal) Signed, sealed, published and declared by the said Testator, Louisa Thornt on, as and for her last Will and Testament in the presence of us, wh o, at her request and in her presence and in the presence of each other, h ave hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses. J. W. Rodgers of Cedar Glades, Ark. P. D. Hawkins of Cedar Glades, Ark. The State of Arkansas, County of Montgomery Proof of Will THE STATE OF ARKANSAS, County of Montgomery. Personally appeared before me, J.S. Nelson, Clerk of the County and Proba te Courts of Montgomery County, aforesaid, P. D. Hawkins and J. W. Rodger s, to me well known, who being duly sworn, say:                 That they are the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing i nstrument of writing purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of Loui sa Thornton, late of Montgomery County, deceased; that said instrument w as executed at the time, place and by the person therein named; that sa id Louisa Thornton, the testatrix, was, at the time of signing said instru ment upwards of twenty-one years of age and of sound and disposing mind a nd memory and that in the presence of both of these affiants she declar ed it to be her Last Will and Testament and subscribed her name there to in the presence of both of these affiants, that at the request of sa id Testatrix affiants who wrote their names to her said Will in her presen ce and in the presence of each other; that the subscriptions to the forego ing instrument of writing are genuine and that said instrument which is he reto attached is the identical one that affiants so witnessed and saw t he said Louisa Thornton sign. Attest: J. S. Nelson                                         P. D. Hawkins                                                   J. W. Rogers     (mark) Subscribed and sworn to before me this 19th day of October, 1903 J. S. Nelson, Clerk Filed this 19th day of October, 1903    J. S. Nelson, Clerk (Montgomery County, Arkansas: Will Records of said county in Record Bo ok A, at pages 155 and 156)

[NI3686] For quite some time knowledge of Green's ancestry has eluded many of us. N ot until recently through my researching at the Alamo has there been so me movement toward that determination. Several deeds in the area has resul ted in locating not only where he was from, but his parents, William and J ane Jamison, as well. Additional information has arose in connection to an other Jemison family out of Tuscaloosa, AL. Through Green's sister(Mary) 's daughter, Semminus Nuckles, and her marriage to Joseph Marshall Jemis on of AL there may now be a possible link to Green's ancestry. Not only do es Semminus' marriage provided evidence of the relationship, but in all t he Jamisons I've searched, Joseph's family has a collaborating link throu gh his brother's wife, Priscilla Taylor. Her father, oddly enough, was nam ed Greenberry, and long has it been thought that Green's middle name or fu ll name was Greenberry. Having investigated the other Jemison family in so me detail, no William Jamison has provided any promising lead to this ques t. However, the data below reflects the pertinent aspects for your own inq uisitive natures. Perhaps the matter may be solved prior to the publicati on of this volume. We can only hope. One hundred and eighty-three men *(3) died taking their stand at the San A ntonio Mission known as the Alamo, among whom was Green B. Jamison of Barr en county, KY., a lawyer with a vague, unknown engineering background w ho came to San Filippe, Tx. in 1828. Here in the center of Stephen Austin 's thriving colony, a place that swarmed with men like himself, and othe rs who were self-motivating, and many with a scheme to make money, Jamis on set himself up as a backwoods lawyer with an inkling to do business. Em ployed by the Mexican government, Austin administered the Spanish empresar io program, a plan by which Mexico hoped would lead to development of h er vast stretches of empty land in Texas. Under the colonization laws of 1 824 and 25 Americans and other foreigners were invited to settled the terr itory for ten years free of taxes and duties. Each settler and his fami ly received 4,428 acres for a nominal payment of $30.00, take the Mexic an Oath of Allegiance, and "promise to be at least nominal Catholics." *( 4) Marketing the Mexican plan, Austin used the newspapers to describe t he wonders of Texas, and before too long "Texas fever" grew nationwide a nd many scrawled across their cabin doors, "G.T.T.-Gone to Texas". *(5) Green's ancestry is short. Up to 1990 it appeared he was a descendant of B enjamin Jamison of Greene co., TN and while destitute of proof may still b e. A brief and fragmentary account of Green's ancestry is addressed by Alm us Day Jameson in the file kept at the Alamo Library. He alludes to thr ee men, Samuel, John, and Benjamin Jameson of Scotland who settled in nort hern Ireland and emigrated to the colonies just prior to the Revolution. C ol. John Jameson, he notes, was a "Minuteman" from Culpeper co., VA. Unfor tunately, the material here is incorrect as research shows that Col. James on was a son of Thomas Jameson *(6), whose great, great grandfather emigra ted in 1698 to Virginia. Benjamin Jameson, Almus Jameson notes, settl ed in New Jersey(there is no proof of this traditional aspect of Benjamin 's residences-see Index #35000), later settling in Kentucky and having be en referred as the parent of Green B. Jameson. Of the ten children Ben a nd Jane Jameson had, none were named Green. The Christian name of Green mi ght have surfaced from the surname Quissenberry, proffered by the man Zach eus Quissenberry, who married a number of William and Jane Jameson's child ren. While remote, no other relationships with Green or Berry seems to int rude upon the present records of the day.

[NI3688] Went to California but returned to Glasgow, Ky in 1835 Commander of the 4th Ky Infantry, Confederate  Army, and later served as t he Adjutant General of the Commonwealth of KY/ He was elected County Clerk in 1866 and served until 1876, after which he served as quartermaster General under the Gov of Ky. Col. Joseph Preyer Nuckols--born 4-28-1826 Barren Co., KY, son of Hezekiah and Susan Nuckols. Died 3-30-1896 Glasgow, KY. Buried Glasgow Cemeter y. Colonel 4th KY during war. Postwar county clerk, state rep, state adjut ant general. Lived Glasgow pre and postwar. Photo in  "Confederate Veteran" 4:328. Wounded at least 3 times during war--retired from wounds in 1864. Show no  descendants, but could be wrong. It has never been established how you spell his middle name. It may have been Puryear and someone misspelled it. We see it spelled different ways and don't know which one to use. He was cheated of a military recognition at his burial site in Glasgow, Barren Co, KY because of a dispute over the spelling of his middle name. To my knowledge, the plaque is sitting in storage.(Source -Judy Lowe, Society Member) Joseph became the County Clerk in Todd County (I think) then went on to be come the Attorney General for the State of Kentucky. Those of you who know what a difficulty it was during the reconstruction after the war, can see how Joseph Nuckols accepted responsibility and continue to serve during one of the more difficult period in our country's history. dori Do you remember the e-mail I received about his uniform from a gal in  Dallas,TX? She stated she had given his uniform to the KY Military Museum. I  did find it later in the museum, but what sticks out now is the fact the  person she said who brought it in to the pawn shop? said he was the grandson of Col. Nuckols. Now that we know he had children and his will names them as  Joe P (Jodie) Nuckols and his sister Lulie N Watkins being in Dallas at the  time he wrote his will, seems a good place to look for more descendants. I  have not found any further information regarding his other daughter Mary  Murrell Nuckols. Anyone have any ideas I would like to hear from you. Thanks, Judy On August 8th, 1998 at 12:00 (Noon) there will be a very special service held for 13 Confederate Veterans in the Glasgow City Cemetery. New VA markers will be erected and dedicated for these Confederate Veterans: JOSEPH P. NUCKOLS The Military Annals of Tennessee Confederate. First Series: Embracing a Re view of Military Operations with Regimental Histories and Memorial Roll s. Appendix. Organization of the Army of Tennessee, General Braxton Bragg, C. S. Arm y, Commanding, at the Battle of Chickamauga.?[? Compiled from the repor ts when not other wise indicated.] Hill's Corps--Lieutenant-general Daniel H. Hill. Breckinridge's Division--Major-general John C. Breckinridge. Helm's Brigade--Brigadier-general Benjamin H. Helm, Colonel J. H. Lewis: 4 1st Alabama, Colonel M. L. Stansel; 2d Kentucky, Colonel J. W. Hewitt a nd Lieutenant-colonel J. W. Moss; 4th Kentucky, Colonel Joseph P. Nuckol s, jr., and Major T. W. Thompson; 6th Kentucky, Colonel J. H. Lewis and Li eutenant-colonel M. H. Cofer; 9th Kentucky, Colonel J. W. Caldwell and Lie utenant-colonel J. C. Wickliffe. High, Edwin W., History of the Sixty-eighth Regiment, Indiana Volunteer Infantry, 1862-18 65 : with a sketch of E.A. King's Brigade, Reynolds' Division, Thomas' Cor ps in the Battle of Chickamauga Indiana: Published by request of the Sixty-eighth Indiana Infantry Associa tion, 1902, 476  pgs. pg 355 4th Ky- Col Joseph O Nuckols History of the First Kentucky Brigade by Edwin Porter Thompson, Cincinnat i, Caxton Pub House, 1868 Pg 380-391 Colonel Joseph P Nuckols Joseph Preyer Nuckols, eldest son of Hezekiah P Nuckols and Susan J Nuckols, was born in Barren County , Kentucky April 28 1828. His immediate ances tors came from Virginia- remotely they were of the old Cavalier stock- and, happily the high-toned principles of the fathers are not extinct in the children. There is a little of the sniveling Puritan in the Nucko ls of today as there was in the Rupert of 1640. Imbued, from boyhood, wi th a natural turn of mind, so characteristic of deep-toned and really enthusiastic, he embraced the first opportunity, then there was an evident ten dency in the affairs of the country to render such a step necessary and useful, to gratify this passion. Under the act of the legislature providing for  a state Guard, he organized a company of young men at Glasgow -- men , for the most part, of good families and good character, who have be en described as "the flower of the county." With that ardor and determinat ion, that earnestness of purpose, which have characterized him through life, he set about this work to succeed, and in a short time had the finest company in all that portion of country. Meeting with opportunities in the outset, chiefly from those who soon drifted into the current that swept away their principles, and left them the minions of that horrid monstrosity of the nineteenth century- the spirit of old John Brown re-embodied in a people and "marching on" - he took more than ordinary pains in his work and uncommon pride in his men, that led him not only to improve every chance to exercise and instruct, but to uniform, arm, and equip them in the most excellent style. To this end he drew largely upon his own private purse, entailing upon himself the expense of furnishing almost wholly the beautiful gray dress for which they were noted. Not that they we re unable to meet these expenses individually, for the greater part were t he sons of the wealthy, as well as of the most respectable people, but th at to uniform without delay, to arm and equip speedily, with the best that could be furnished by the State, and to impart a martial bearing to the company, were objects upon which he had set his heart - to meet them was to triumph over the captious and the croaking- and money, in such a case, was a paltry consideration, save as it enabled him to accomplish his purpose. When the success of the North, in the election of a sectional President, had been proclaimed, there was general trouble in the state guard, and but few companies remained perfectly intact. In a large number of  instances, these organizations were broken up, the weapons and colors sometim es falling into the hands of one or the other party; sometimes each man retained his gun, and refused to parade under this or that banner. The material of this company, however, was such, and the influence of the commanding officer so great, that, despite every effort of the new converts to fan aticism, and  the cavils of the weak-kneed, they maintained their organization, and, early in the spring of 1861, paraded through the streets of Glasgow under the standard of the South. Continual  additions were now being made to the company, and by the 1st of August it numbered eighty-three, there being no married man among them but the captain himself. The now famous spot, Camp Boone, in Montgomery County Tennessee, was already occupied by the Second and Third Regiments, under Hawes and Tilghman, together with the nuclei of several unorganized  companies. The preparations were at this time complete and the company ready for camp, but the political contest between major Barlow, for the South and one Waring for the abolitionists --Candidates for the legislature - war pending and they remained in Barren County until after the election, to cast their votes for  the major,  who was triumphantly elected. Previous to setting out, Captain Nuckols evinced a regard for law and order, and an honesty of purpose that will do him credit wherever these principIes are known and respected. The arms and accouterments of his company belonged to the State-in form, if not fairly and in spirit, she had delared for neutrality -and there had, as yet, been no palpably overt act of war within her borders. Conceiving that to retain and carry out these arms was a violation of the law of rendering just equivalents, which neither individuals nor governments can disregard without guilt, he boxed them up and turned them over to the county judge, who was even then organizing " home guards," that were generally so well known to be in the interest of the Federal power that no friend of the South would engage with them. This spirit, so diametrically opposed to that of his foes, the very , ground-work of whose policy was Iaw less plunder and rapine, he exemplified in his conduct, and  enforced, as far as possible, during the operations of the war--receiving nothing ,without compensation, and always frowning down a wanton disregard of the rights of friends or enemies. Arriving at Camp Boone, August 9th, he shortly afterward met with Colonel Trabue, who had authority to raise a regiment of Kentuckians  for three years. His company was immediately sworn into the Confederate service, and its organization completed. Other compan es were speedily united with it, and the Fourth Regiment Kentucky Volunteers was organized. He was offered the position of major, but declined the honor, esteeming it a duty, as well as his desire, to be immediately with his own company in its first engagement. The regiment was consequently with out a major until October 21, when Thomas B. Monroe, Jr, was apponted to the position. Captian Nuckols being  the senior officer of his rank in the regiment, and the fleld officers much engaged in looking after the other interests of the troops and of the cause, the command developed upon him for the greater portion of the first four months, and right worthily did he discharge his trust. Full of devotion to the cause, embodied with martial ardor, proud or these representatives of Kentucky's old-time principles, he set vigorously to work. A strict disciplinarian, and of a soldier bearing bimself, his influenco is acknowledged to have been great, and his labors and example Contributed much to the formation of the splendid Character of the regiment. While on this subject, it may be well to remark tbat during the war he envinced an admirable tact in keeping theregiment together on the march -his men well in hand--- which all observers of military affairs will readily admit to be one of the most difficult ordinary duties of a commander.  Straggling was out of the question, and desertion was exceedingly rare. The better to preserve the morale of the regiment, he steadily set his face, when he was in command, against the exchange of his men for those of the cavaIry. Though it pained him, he remarked, to deny the boys any thing, his sense of duty compelled him to guard against any precedent or this kind. He reasoned that the habits and military education of the cavalryman were not such as to enable him to adapt himself readily to the infantry , and that by losing any considerable number of his men, even though he received others in return, the efficiency of his command would soon be weakened, if not destroyed, since there would at least be a want of that mutual confidence which adds so much to the effectiveness of any military body. At Shiloh, contrary to his wishes, he was placed in charge of the left or the regiment, as acting mnjor, and in this first trial proved equal to the estimate that had been formed of him. Mounted throughout the day, always uncovered, avoiding no exposed place, his lofty stature rendering him more than commonly conspicuous, the figure was such as a soldier loves to contemplate. The example gave force to the words of cheer, and when that battle closed, Joseph P Nuckols had been written among the proud names of Kentucky. The splendid engagement with the 46th Ohio  on Sunday, and the more trying struggle with a division of Buells Army on Monday, in which his conduct is matter of special remark, have already been noticed at length in Col Trabue's report. The wound received in tbe Iatter affair was by a musket-ball in the ankle-joint, which wedged itself between the bones, and caused the most dreadful pain. It was extracted on the field; and while he was being borne to the rear, a strange incident as any recorded of war-the singing of  "The Kentucky Battle Song"  under the furious roar of musketry and the constant falling of men-took place. He slept that night on the ground, in a cold and drenching rain, and in such a situation that the water acculuulated under and around him. Some of the men, less seriously wounded, did all they could to alleviate his sufferings, but it was a night of terrible misery-one of those trying scenes in war which the ancients had in view when they represented fortitude  as being one of the noblest of the virtues. He w'as taken to Corinth on Tuesday, and, as he afterward expressed it, he " turned himself over to the tender mercies of tile surgeons."  His wife joined him in a few days, and nursed him through the succeeding months of pain. General Breckinridge, in his report of the part taken by his division, made honorable mention of his conduct., and ever afterward manisfested for him the warmest friendship and esteem.  Judge Walker , too, of New Orleans, who published a pamphlet descriptive of the battle, notices his conspicuous gallantry. About the lst of October, he rejoined the command at Knoxville, and, though still unable to walk without great pain, reported for duty. General Breckinridge now gave him permission, in company with four other officers, to precede the division to Kentucky for the purpose of recruiting, with the comfortable assurance that he expected them to be murdered for their hardihood before theyre ached the orderly portions of the State. They set out, however, and went as far as Barrboursville, but meeting tbe head of Bragg's column here, they returned ro Knoxville, and went with the division to Murfreesboro. At this place in November, he was promoted to major, to take rank from the 7th of April; and he again devoted himself to exercising and increasing the efficiency and high character of the regiment. December 18th, be was promoted to lieutenant-colonel, vice  Hynes, resigned. On the afternoon of the 28th December, when Rosecrans had appeared before Murfreesboro, he. was ordered, by General Breckinridge, to take command of one company from each regiment of the division, and to deploy them so as to cover it, one mile In front. He remained In command of  this advance line until Wednesday, watching the movements of , the enemy, and reporting position. Relieved on Wednesday mouming, December 31st, he rode back to General Breckinridge, and represented to him that a regiment ought to be thrown upon the hill over which the terrible struggle of Friday took place, lest the enemy, foiled at all other points, should seize it, and have to be driven away. The general sent Colonel Buckner with him to reconnoiter it, and Buckner coincided in the opinion of its importance. General Breckinridge promised that it should be attended  to, but the battle was raging on the left, and the matter was dropped for the time. What the result of this far-sighted and prudential course would have been upon the fortunes of that week, no one can see ; but it seems to have been one of those singular circumstances, so common in the history of warfare, upon which hang the destinies of armies, and by neglecting or attending to which a battle is lost or won. At about one o'clock, Friday afternoon, he was conversing with Breckinridge, Hanson and other officers, in the rear of Cobb's Battery, when the order of General Bragg came to General Breckinridge to report to him on the west bank of the river, and he was instructed to take the position and establish his artillery upon it. Returning, the General remarked to Colonel Nuckols, " Ah! Colonel, this is a  pet measure of yours, I believe. Do you desire as much as ever to place the Fourth there?"  But he, knowing that Van Cleve was already in possession, replied that he thought they would have "some dispute about it."   "Well." the general is said to have rejoined, "we must take it anyhow", and accordingly made his disposition. When the 4th regiment had been formed, Col Nuckols rode along in front of the line, talking in that cheerful and encouraging tone, so well calculated to impart and extend the mysterious sympathetic infuence which goes far toward sustaining bodies of men under trying ordeals; but with that ready tact at discovering the tendency f matters on a battle-field, and  of comprehending a situation for which they were remarkable, they had discovered the true state of affairs, and knew that a desperate and bloody crisis was at hand, and that more than ordinary deeds were expected from them. Said he, describing the scone afterward : " They were calm and collected; but I saw a  peculiar glitter in every eye, and a circumscribed red spot on every cheek, as of men who were moved by  no idle fears, but who dreadful nature of the work they had to perform." The particulars of that short but sanguinary contest have been recounted at length but it is with difficulty that we restrain ourselves from description here. The fall of Hanson-the almost settled, strange despair or the cool and , intrepid Trabue -- the anguish of the noble Breckinridge, at seeing his "Orphan Brigade" thus uselessly torn to pieces before his eyes--the bitterness that Sat upon the countenance of the subject of our sketch, when he found himself foiled in the last attempt to silence the death-dealing batteries--these things and s uch as these-though a terrible picture, it has yet the fascination that in vests sublimity, and in contempluting a single actor, we  can scarcely for bear to paint, tbough in a simple way, a scene so splendid in its very fury , and grand in the excess or its horror. After the first repulse, noticed in the report of the battle, he suggested an attempt to reform parralleI with the river, higher up, for the purpose of arresting the fury of the cannonade by killing off the enemy's gunners. Endeavoring to execute it he had an arm stricken powerless when in the act of grasping the colors, and designating with them the point for the rally. Here, too, his horse was shot, but not fataly, and when it was found necessary to retire still furthur, he assisted General Breckenridge in restoring order on that part of the field -- the men, he described it , "falling in promptly as they arrived.", which only veteran heros could do under circumstances so desperate. His horse was now shot again-this time disabled-and he was compelled to limp from the field on foot. But the drama had been played, and the disastrous denoument reached before he turned with  a bleeding heart to leave to the merciless cold of the approaching night, and to the now victorious foe, so many of his mangled and suffering friends.. He was now under the necessity of seeking rest and attention away from the army, but rejoined it about the last days of February at Manchester. He was at this time (Colonel Trabue having died) promoted to colonel. At Jackson, he was present during the week in which the brigade was engaged there. The excellent discipline, the reciprocal confidence existing between him and his regiment, as well as the splendid material of  which the regiment was composed, were strikingly exemplified at Chickamauga (on the morning of the first day). where he led them forward to protect the artillery , so furiously engaged, under the heroic Graves, near Glass' Mills.  Through the storm of heavy shot and screaming, bursting shells, they marched steadily and unfalterering, well aligned as though upon the drill-ground--anon a missile tearing through the line-shoulder  to shuulder they pressed forward - the  pride of their brothers near by, the admiration of the army-to the designated spot in front of the cannon, and held the ground until Graves drew off. So dreadful was the ordeal that many of the officers and men declared that without the steady, Collected, magnificent bearing of the Ieader, they could not have marched through that open field, under the horrid fire, with such galliant precision-a compliment indeed, and worth more than a volume of common eulogy. Yet this was scarcely more excellent conduct than that of Sunday morning, when he was thrown forward to feel the enemy  and report position. After having ascended the rising ground, with his command as skirmishes and come full upon an entrenched line, he rode back and forth along the regiment, under a storm of balls, exp aining the necessity of holding the ground at all hazards, while the men answered with a shout, and plied their rifles unflinchingly. It was here, after having  alighted at the center of the regiment, with the intention of defending the position until supporting force should arrive, that he received a wound whicb disabled him, in some measure, for life. A Minie-ball passed through the left arm, beIow the elbow, shattering the bones, and inflicting intense pain. He suffered long with the wound itself, and the effect upon his general health- never good, and for the past year so dreadfulIy impaired-- was such as to preclude the possibility of further service in the field, though he long continued to cherish the hope of being able to return to duty. In personal appearance, Colonel Nuckols is tall and commanding-six feet two inches in height-with dark hair, dark eyes, and a certain settled, stern expression of countenance,  which is, however, the result of constitutional ill health,  and not of any moroseness of temper or sour misanthropy. When we take into consideration his naturally feeble physical organism, the many trying vicissitudes of his life, the hardships and exposures incident to his career  as a soldier, with the severe wounds that have been inflicted-three during the war, and one by the hands of would- be assassins, in August, 1866- we can  but wonder that he has been able to survive so long. It is related of the great defender of the Protestant faith in Europe, and the deliverer of Great Britain from misrule, William, Prince of Orange, that he rose, by the sheer force of an unconquerable will, superior to physical  infirmities, and performed, during many years of a useful life, military and civil labors that would have appalled the majority of even able men. Reflecting upon the energy , the force of will, the admirable fortitude and great tenacity of life that have been displayed by Colonel Nuckols, we have been involuntarily led to compare him in our mind to that prodigy of a troubled age. This force of will and great decision of character. combined with unaffected kindness and devotion to his friends, have always given him much influence with them; but to those who wontonly excite his emnity, he is full of scorn and bitterness that characterize determined natures.  In his intercourse with the officers of the army, there was none of that envy and spirit of detraction always so plainly discerible in little minds. His star, he conceived, would shine none the brighter by any attempt of his to hang a dubious curtain over that of his brother in arms. Speaking, after the battle of Murfreesboro, of the momentary pause that was occasioned by the sudden discovery of water in front of the line, when a movement to avoid obstacles had ro be made, his mention of "that brilliant advance of the gallant Lewis" was as creditable to him as it was complimentary to the officer named. When the war had closed, though returning to his home worn in body and ruined in fortune--disappointed of the hopes he had so fondly cherished four years before - the manner of his reception was like an ovation, and the "war-broken soldier" was as much a hero as though he had come in pomp, beneath the fluttering of triumphant banners.

[DI3688] Hopkinsville Kentuckian, Hpkinsville, KY April 3, 1896 Col Jos P Nuckols, officer of the Orphan Brigade, died at Galsgow Monday, aged 68 years. He was Adjtant General fo the State under Govs McCreary and Blackburn. Transcribed from the original to the best of my ability this 30th day of August, 2000 Judy Nuckols Lowe Will Book 5, pages 231,232,233, Glasgow, Barren County, Kentucky. I, J.P. Nuckols, a citizen of the town and  county and state above named, do make and constitute this writing to be my  last will and testament, hereby revoking all and every other will by me  made. I wish my three children, Viz: Lulie N.Watkins of Dallas Texas, Joe P. Nuc kols now of Dallas, Texas, and Mary Murrell Nuckols - at present with me s hall share my estate equally in a final settlement. But first, I wish my l ittle daughter Mary to be provided with some funds immediately after my de ath and as soon as my executor can qualify. I will probably leave but litt le, if any, real money,and in that case I direct my executor to sell for c ash such personal property as I may leave, having something like a standa rd value such as gathered crops of any kind, any fat stock, milk cattle, baco n, lard and the like. I wish him to raise Three Hundred Dollars in this wa y, after having the property inventoried, advancing to Mary Two Hundred Do llars and to Jodie One Hundred,with which they must be charged in a fin al settlement. If he cannot realize as much as the amount named above by t his means then he must raise whatever less sum he can, and divide between them accordingly. I make the following special devises.  Jodie is to have the mare Fay, a nd her increase. And my executor will dispose of them for him as he, Jodi e, may direct. Also my gold watch now at Delvaux. Also all of my wearing a pparel. Mary must have her mothers watch and all her other jewelry, also the pian o, whatever else there is of their mother's they will divide or keep toget her as they may choose, but I favor keeping in common. They must not be ch arged with these things, as Lulie has had an equivalent heretofore. My Executor must take charge of my real estate and sell, or lease, as t he case may be, selling so soon as he can get what, to him shall be the be st prices obtainable, either at private or public sale, as to him shall se em best for the interest of my children, and convey the same with clau se of General Warranty, as my Executor. All such things as pictures, books, and the like my children must take a nd divide or keep together, as they may wish to do. Provided, that so me of the most valuable books have been given to me by Lulie, and such mu st be restored to her.All such things as they don't wish to keep,must be s old. I give to my brother B. W. Nuckols One Hundred dollars, to be paid by my E xecutor. I appoint my friend W. W. Smith executor of this will with full power to c arry out all its provisions. I wish my executor to place at the head of my wife's grave a small and n ot expensive monument, my children to furnish the inscriptions.  Also I wo uld like to have at the grave of my old Mother a small slab of marble, com meration of  her long life and many Virtues. I do not mean by directing my Executor to sell somethings for cash that th ere shall be no sale of personal property,as the Court may B? wish a clo se inventory and appraisement made and a sale both here and at the fa rm of everything of value. It is (great place)hard to read? for a sale a nd cleaning off. My Executor must pay all just debts against me so soon as he can, being ca reful that everything is right and correct. I can only leave my love to my brother H.F. Nuckols, although it wou ld be a great pleasure to remember him by some bequest.And now, with God 's blessing upon my children, I am about ready.                                 This January 7th, 1896                                 J. P. Nuckols Witnesses: Elisha Dickey.    J. L. Bryan. Codicil I make the following acodical to my foregoing will, and part of the same.1 st. In selling my real estate, I direct my Executor to have it apprais ed by two competent, disinterested men. He may have either place apprais ed in parcels or as a whole, as to him seems best.He must not accept any b id or offer that is not as much as two thirds of the appraised value.2n d. I hereby revoke and cause the devise of One Hundred Dollars to my broth er B. W. Nuckols.  This I do because I am his surety on two separate not es for about that amount in the aggregate owe to Trigg & Co. and owe to t he First National Bank. I give him the mare called :"Brown Bess". Writt en by me and signed with my own hand this 28 February 1896. J. P. Nuckols Barren County Court April Term, April 20, 1896 The foregoing instrument of writing purporting to be the last will and tes tament of J. P. Nuckols, dec'd, was produced and filed, (together with a c odicil thereto annexed) and proved in full by the oaths of Elisha Dickey a nd J. L. Bryan, the subscribing witnesses thereto, and allowed and establi shed as read for the true last will and testament of said decedent and adm itted to record as such, which is now done. Witness my hand this 21st. day of  April 1896. N. S? Terry. C.B.C.C. 4/13/1896 Dallas Morning News Gen J P Nuckols of Kentucky Gen J P Nuckols died at his home in Galsgow Ky, Monday, March 29. He was b orn in Barren County Kentucky April 28, 1828, where he resided until the a ge of 21. At that time, in company with thousands of others, he sought t he gold fields of Caliornia. He was one of the youngest of the original fo rty-niners. IN California he amassed quite a fortune for those days and re turned, comparatively a wealthy man, to the house of his childhood. Of h is history during the war the follwing is taken from Thompson's Histo ry of the first Kentucky Brigade: (See Thompsons history above)  There sur vives him three children, Mrs Will A Watkin, J P Nuckols Jr and a daught er Miss Mary Nuckols. A large number of confederate soldiers attended t he service which were in charge of a committee appointed by the Confedera et association of Barren Co, KY 3/31/1896 The Morning Heral, Lexington Ky Col Nuckols Dead Glasgow, Mar 30- Col J P Nuckols, one of the oldest and most prominent cit izens of this county, died at his residence here this morning at 10:30 o'c lock. Col Nuckols had held many offices and had been quite a prominent fig ure in politics in this section for a generation or more. Just after the c lose of the war he was shot through the body in a desperate street fig ht in Glasgow, and from this he never entirely recovered. He was a Colon el of the famous Orphan Brigade and was a brave and model soldier.

[NI3689] Date: November 16, 1891 Paper: Dallas Morning News Mrs J P Nuckols and daughter Miss Mary who have been visiting Mrs Will A W atkin , Mrs Nuckols daughter, have returned to their home in Kentucky Died, At the residence of her husband, in Glasgow, Ky, at 3 o'clock Sunday morning, July 1st, 1894    MRS. J. P. NUCKOLS, In the forty-ninth ye ar of her age. Funeral services will be held at the family residence to-d ay at 1 o'clock p. m., immediately after which the burial will take pla ce at Odd Fellows' Cemetery.     The friends and acquaintances of the fami ly are invited to attend. GLASGOW, KY.,

[NI3691] Does not appear in the 1850 census, can this be Martha Victoria?

[NI3692] Obituary After his fathers death in 1849 , he made his home with his grandfather Mo ss, a hotel-keeper in Glasgow. After attaining his majority he received t he contract to carry the United States mail between Glasgow and Cave Cit y; he had previously been the subcontractor. In the early part of 18 62 he and the mail were captured by a squad of confederates, but retak en by a detachment of Federals and brought to Glasgow. From 1874 to 1878 M r. Murrell was sheriff of Barren County and for many years served as marsh al of Glasgow. In October, 1861 he married Victoria Nuckolls, a nati ve of Barren Co Ky. She died 4-5-1881 a member of the Baptist Church. H is second marriage took place Nov 1882 with Mrs Mary Bohannon . Their uni on was blessed with one daughter-Little Jim Kentucky:  A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 3rd ed., 1886.  Barren County. pg 588 JAMES MURRELL, son of James, Sr., and Harriet F. (Moss) Murrell, was bo rn August 5, 1838, in Barren County, Ky.  James Murrill [sic], Sr., w as of Scotch-Irish descent, and was born in Albemarle County, Va., in 179 9.  His wife was of English descent, born in Green County, Ky., in 181 2.  They had a family of four children.  When but a child, in 1809 Jame s, Sr., was brought by his parents from Virginia to Kentucky, where his fa ther, Colonel Samuel Murrell, located a large military land grant at the f alls of the Ohio, near the mouth of Bear Grass Creek, on which a part of L ouisville now stands. This land Col. Murrell afterward abandoned, owing to ill health and Indian depredations, and moved to Barr en County, where he settled on other land three miles and a half sou th of Glasgow.  Here James, Sr., was educated and married, and engag ed in farming and merchandising and the tobacco trade all his life.  He tw ice represented Barren County in the Lower House of the Kentucky Legislatu re, and once in the State Senate.  In 1846, with other gentlemen, he established a large tobacco warehouse at New Orleans, the fi rm being known as Hewitt, Norton & Co., and for many years was extensive ly engaged in flat-boating tobacco from the Barren River country to New Orleans.  His death occurred in that city during the gre at cholera scourge of 1849.  His father, Col. Samuel Murrell, was a colon el in the Continental Army under Washington, in the Revolution.  He serv ed during the entire struggle and participated in the battles of Trento n, Yorktown and others; was present at the surrender of Cornwallis, and w as one of the little band of patriots who endured the rigors of the wint er of 1777 at Valley Forge.  After coming to Kentucky he served as an offi cer for many years in the State militia, and more than once represented Ba rren County in the State Legislature.  He and wife, Susan (Puryear) Murrel l, were life-long members of the Old School Presbyterian Church.  She w as a native of Virginia, and during the Indian troubles in that colony, h er brother was captured by the savages, who bound him to a tree and left h im to starve; when found he had eaten the flesh from his shoulders as f ar as he could reach.  Robert Murrell is the only surviving son of the Col onel; he was for many years a prominent merchant of Louisville; later he m oved to New York, where he amassed a large fortune, and is now living in r etirement.  James Murrell (subject), after his father's death, in 1849, ma de his home with his grandfather Moss, a hotel-keeper at Glasgow.  After a ttaining his majority he received the contract to carry the United Stat es mail between Glasgow and Cave City; he had been the subcontractor previ ously.  In the early part of 1862 he and the mail were captured by a squ ad of Confederates, but retaken by a detachment of Federals and brought to Glasg ow, where he was imprisoned by order of the provost-marshal of that plac e, J. W. Gorin; three weeks later he was released by order of President Li ncoln through Col. Haggard, of the Fifth United States Cavalry (Confedera te service), and served under Gen. John H. Morgan until the latter's ra id through Ohio and Indiana.  Mr. Murrell, having been left on the Kentuc ky side of the river, was not in the raid. Afterward he served on detach ed duty as special courier or escort until the close of the war.  He parti cipated in the battles of Stone River, Chickamauga, Missionary Ridge, Kene saw Mountain, Atlanta, and many others; he surrendered at Weldon, N. C.; w as paroled at Atlanta, Ga., by Gen. Wilson, May 8, 1865, and set out for h ome, accomplishing most of the journey on foot.  After his return he engag ed in the stage business between Glasgow and Burkesville, and after a few months of success embark ed in the hotel business at the former place.  In this Mr. Murrell has be en very successful and popular; his new hotel is one of the best, most con venient and complete in its appointments of any to be found in southweste rn Kentucky; it is supplied with all modern conveniences and improvement s, and is first class in every respect.  From 1874 to 1878 Mr. Murrell w as sheriff of Barren County, and for many years served as marshal of Glasg ow.  In October, 1861, he married Victoria Nuckols, a native of Barren Cou nty, Ky., she was the daughter of Hezekiah and Susan J. (Foster) Nuckol s, natives of Virginia, and died April 5, 1881, a member of the Baptist Church.  Mr. Murrell's second marriage took pla ce in November, 1882, with Mrs. Mary (Bohannon) Nuckols, also a nati ve of Barren County, and a daughter of Judge Bohannon.  Their union has be en blessed with one daughter - Little Jim.  Mr. Murrell is a member of t he K. of P., K. of H., and of the A. O. U. W.; politically he is a Democra t. 1880 Census Place:Glasgow Junction, Barren, Kentucky Source:FHL Film 1254402  National Archives Film T9-0402     Page 1A James SelfMMW41KYOcc:Prop'N Of HotelFa: KYMo: KY Victoria WifeFMW35KYOcc:Keeping HouseFa: KYMo: KY

[NI3693] 1880 Census of Whitfield Co., Georgia Trickum Dist. Right below the Mosteller family is household No. 126 is C.V. Thornton. Haven't check the dates but  believe this is the Catherine V. Nuckolls (daug. of Stephen T. and Maria (Trice) Nuckolls who Alexander B. Thornt on 31 July 1860

[NI3695] Descendants of James from Louise Niedermaier 4848 Trew Dr # 114 Dalla s, TX 75228-6864 Nuckolls, J.G.L. lst Conf.Inf. 2nd Co.E - Forsyth County Ga. War Between the States. Ringold Georgia is where he signed up.  He appear ed in a receipts roll for clothing. Nuckolls, L. State : GA County : Whitfield Co. Location : Trickum Dist. Year : 1860 Page # : 450 Census type code : Slave Schedule Family #102 Lafayette Nuckolls, 27, M, Farmer, GA Elizabeth, 25, F, NC W. A., 6, M, GA Mary V., 4, F, GA Martha, 1, F, GA

[NI3696] Deed of Abstract, Whitfield County, Georgia Deed Book G, page 37 - Instituted May 10, 1869, recorded Novemb er 30, 1870, J.H. Moor of Whitfield County sold to E.E. Nuckolls, Whitfie ld County.  Amount paid was $300.00 for the northern part of Lan Lot 15 3, 12th Dist., 3rd Section.  Witnesses were John Shahan and J.S. Ward J.P. On June 10, 1877 and recorded July 20, 1877, found in Deed Book I, page 30 6. E.E. Nuckolls sold the above lot 153 to William A. Phillipps for $150. 00 and signed E.E. Nuckolls. I have not tried to order copies of these t wo deeds.  It appears she was living in 1877.

[DI3700] NUCKLES Shawn P. Nuckles, 27, of Grove City, OH, passed away June 21, 2012. Family includes, parents, Jerry and Sandy Nuckles; sister, Haley; brothers, Brett, Bryan; grandfather, James Nuckles; grandmother, Phyllis Smith; aunt, Jennifer Bowden; and uncles, John and Jeff Nuckles. Visitation will be held from 3-6 p.m. Sunday, June 24, 2012 at NEWCOMER FUNERAL HOME and CREMATORY, SW Chapel, 3393 Broadway, Grove City, OH. In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorial donations to Colony Cats, P.O. Box 163904, Columbus, OH 43216. Messages of condolence may be shared with the family at www.NewcomerColumbus.com. Published in The Columbus Dispatch on June 23, 2012

[NI3701] For other children of Daniel and Mary Nuckolls, this was posted by Ron Lid dell, but I don't know his sources: "Re: Daniel Liddell 1850-1891 Ga & Ala Posted by: Ron Liddell Date: November 07, 2000 at 16:14:11 In Reply to: Daniel Liddell 1850-1891 Ga & Ala by Diana  of 296 I show his children as Mayme Scott, James Henry, Eva Zina, Mattie Bell, a nd Daniel." Posted by: Carolyn Liddell Hill Date: March 30, 2001 at 13:42:44 In Reply to: Re: Daniel Liddell 1850-1891 Ga & Ala by Ron Liddell  of 2 96 Daniel Liddell 1850- 1891 was my great grandfather. His son, Daniel Lidde ll died about 25 years ago and had lived and raised his children in gerbe r, California. His oldest son, Denis Liddell, was born in 1911 and is my f ather. He will be celebrating his 90th birthday on april 23, 2001. He a nd my mother, Alma, who will be 88 on April 21, have lived in Reddin g, CA since 1940. I am their oldest daughter. My uncle Bob Liddell is 86 a nd also lives in Redding and my Aunt, wilda Mae Liddell Payett, lives in R ed Bluff, CA." Etowah Co., AL, 1880 census, Gadsden Town, Dist. 71, page 31, dwelling 23 0, family 242 Liddell, Daniel, W M 30, clerk in store GA GA SC ", Mollie, W F 22, wife, GA GA SC ", Mary E. W F 4, daughter, AL GA GA ", Mattie, W F 2, daughter, AL GA GA ", Ransom, B M, 14?, servant, AL GA GA

[NI3710] Researcher: dialbucher@earthlink.net (William Dial)

[NI3716] My fathers name was Floyd Bostic son of Ben Bostic and Mary Knuckles, Mos es Knuckles and Amy was Mary Knuckles Mother and Father so that would ma ke them my Great Grand parents. Please E-Mail me if you have any more in fo I would greatly appreciate it. Brookman@rmaonline.net Thank you.

[NI3717] MIgrated with his father in 1858 to Arkansas. He served in the military ab out 1863 in the Confederate States of America.  Died in a dual in 18 90 in Lincoln, AR. There might be another child Frederick Nuckols Bowles. Chidlren of this marriage provided by Doris Dell, Society member

[NI3727] 1880 Census Place Perry, Kentucky   Family History Library Film   12544   NA Film Number   T9-0438   Page Number   558B Clinton COMBS   Self   M   Male   W   65   KY   Farmer   KY   KY Louan COMBS   Wife   M   Female   W   37   KY   Keeping Hou Jane COMBS   Dau   S   Female   W   21   KY   At Home   KY   KY William COMBS   Son   S   Male   W   19   KY   Farm Labor Sampson COMBS   Son   S   Male   W   17   KY   Farm Labor David COMBS   Son   S   Male   W   16   KY   Farm Laborer   KY   KY Richman COMBS   Son   S   Male   W   12   KY      KY   KY James COMBS   Son   S   Male   W   9   KY      KY   KY Cooley COMBS   Son   S   Male   W   6   KY      KY   KY Liza COMBS   Dau   S   Female   W   3   KY      KY   KY Ida COMBS   Dau   S   Female   W   11M   KY      KY   KY John COMBS   Son      Male   W   27   KY      KY   KY Father CLinton Combs born 1802 died 6/8/1899 son of Mason Combs and Jen ny Richardson. Lived at the mouth of Carr Creek at Jeff. Mother was Elizab eth Betts b 1810 ied 2/7/1853 2 weeks after her youngest child Elizabeth w as born so her chialdren were raised by CLint and his second wife Louan na Baker. According to traditon, Clint was a colorful character. At mealti me he ate at a small table aside from the family. When his wife was ask ed why he did that, she said "he thinks he is an English Lord.". He w as a large landowner. He gave all his land to his sons and gave his daught ers five dollars each. E C Wooten Jr says his grandmother, Elizabetrh refu sed the five dollars.  In the book "Combses Genealogy" by Dr Josiah Com bs lists 21 children, 2 of illegitimate birth for Clint. Tradition is th at he had another family by another woman and that he also supported th at damily. Most of Clints children were well educated, well known and we ll respected citizens in Perry Co.E C Wooten Jr states his father told h im Clint's first wife and her children were for the Union during the Civ il War, but his second wife, Louanna Baker was a "Rebel" and her sons we re in the Confederate Army. So Clint's family was not robbed by either ar my since both armies had an interest there.  (Source : A Combs Family, des cendatns of Shadrack Combs (1784-18585) son of John Combs Jr born 2/7/17 61 a Rev War Veteran by Mae Frazier, Lexington, KY June 1982)

[MI3729] (Medical):lost her mind from pellegra in 1921 and died in a mental hospital

[NI3730] Burt enlisted April 20, 1916, in the Virginia National Guard, Co. 'C', Fir st Va. Inf., Richmond Grays.  Served on the Mexican Border at Brownsvill e, Texas in 1916.  In 1917 he was inducted into Federal service and serv ed in World War One in Co. 'B', 116th Infantry.  He was wounded in acti on in France on Oct. 8, 1918 and hopitalized in Paris.  He said that was the turning point in his life leading to his conversion and commitment to God. He was discharged from the US Army on March 20, 1919. After his discharge from the service Burt worked for a while as a cable splicer for the phone company.  After Burt, Jr was born he went to Chicago and studied at the Moody Bible Institute for one and one half years.  He also studied at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary for two years a nd was ordained as a Southern Baptist minister at the Lincoln Baptist Church which I believe was in either Camp Taylor or Frankfort, KY.   He preached in Indiana, Kentucky and Ohio and then in Virginia.  His first two son s, Burton Pendleton Nuckols Jr. and Lawrence Dean Nuckols were born in Ohio, the next son Edgar Sargent Nuckols was born in Kentucky, Stuart Winst on Nuckols was born in Indiana and the last son, Clarence Calvin Nuckols w as born in Litchfield, Ohio on November 13, 1930. The family moved back to Virginia in 1932 and settled in the little to wn of Sandston which is located just eight miles east of Richmond, on t he Williamsburg Hwy. (Route 60) and lived at # 4 Federal Street.  This town was six blocks long and five blocks wide at that time. In May 1937 Burt began working as a clerk in the Richmond, VA post offi ce and also continued in the ministry as a Southern Baptist minister.  In the summer of 1946 he transferred to the post office in Miami, Flor ida and moved there taking his wife Chloe and son Clarence with him.  In continued working at the post office in Miami until he retired in 1964. Chronicle Telegram Elyria Ohio 27 March 1930 Litchfield- Rev B P Nuckols of Morral Ohio will preach in the Baptist Church Sunday morning. Mr Nuckols comes reccommended as a man well worth hearing. Chronicle Telegram Elyria Ohio 03 July 1930 Rev B P Nuckols has been encurred as pastor of the Baptist Church and wi ll begin his service Sunday July 6 at 10 oclock. Mr Nuckols and family will reside in the parsonage. (He is mentioned weekly in the newspaper for s ervices, funerals, weddings, etc thru June of 1932) Chronicle Telegram Elyria Ohio 21 April 1931 Mrs B P Nuckols is able to be about again after being in bed for two weeks suffering from a nervous breakdown. Mrs E E Bounds has been helping in the Nuckols home. Chronicle Telegram Elyria Ohio 04 June 1932 Rev B P Nuckols and family will move to Richmond va next Monday

[MI3730] (Medical):Hypertension and loss of periphal vision

[NI3736] Miami Herald, The (FL) - October 3, 2002 Deceased Name: Burton P. Nuckols FL United States NUCKOLS BURTON P., Jr., 81, of Miami passed away Sept. 29, 2002. Surviv ed by wife, Jean. Memorial service Sat. 10/5/2002 at 10:00 a.m. at Caballe ro Rivero Woodlawn Funeral Home Kendall Chapel, 11655 SW 117th Avenue.

[NI3737] NUCKOLS LAWRENCE, D. (LARRY), 79, of Miami Springs, FL, passed away Thursd ay, Jan. 23, 2003 after a courageous battle with Parkinson's Disease f or 14 years. Larry retired from Eastern Airlines in 1981 after 39 1/2 yea rs of service. He was an aviation enthusiast and had been flying since t he early age of 15. He was a member of the Cessna 195 Club, and also an E AA member. He is survived by his wife, Eva, of 50 years (Jan. 3, 2003); gr andchildren, Tammy Trigoso (Jose) and Robbie Dukes; and great grandchildre n, Ashley and Jordan Trigoso, all of Miami, FL.; and brothers, Clarence a nd Stuart Nuckols of CA. A viewing will be held at Lowe-Hanks Funeral Hom e, 4850 Palm Ave., Hialeah, FL. on Monday, Jan. 27, 2003 from 6 - 9 p.m. w ith Services Tuesday, Jan. 28, at 11 a.m. also at Lowe-Hanks followed wi th burial at Vista Memorial Gardens. To visit this Guest Book Onlin e, go to www.herald.com/obituaries. Published in the Miami Herald on 1/26/ 2003. Name:  «tab»Lawrence D Nuchols Gender: «tab»Male Spouse's Name: «tab»Roberta Nuchols Divorce Date: «tab»1954 County: «tab»Dade Certificate Number: «tab»18269 ??????????????????????????????

[NI3738] Retired from National Airlines, General Foreman in aircraft maintenan ce in Miami Orlando Sentinel, The (FL) - December 16, 2003 Deceased Name: EDGAR S. NUCKOLS JR. 47, Palm Bay, died Sunday. Palm Bay Funeral Home, Palm Bay.

[DI3740] Social Security Death Index about Clarence Calvin Nuckols Name: «tab»Clarence Calvin Nuckols SSN: «tab»228-34-4024 Last Residence: «tab»92308  Apple Valley, San Bernardino, California Born: «tab»13 Nov 1930 Died: «tab»27 Jan 2011 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[DI3741] On July 11, 2011 a beautiful soul left her earthly body and went to be with our Lord. Her job here on earth has been completed. As the soul's in heaven greet her with open arms and celebration, the legacy she leaves behind will remain forever in our hearts.Thank you for being such a wonderful mom, grandmother, great grandmother and friend.  You will be missed very much! I love you!!This is general information on the services set up for my mom.  The services will be held this friday July 15, 2011 at Sunset Hills, 24000 Waalew Rd, Apple Valley, CA 92307, (760) 247-0155. The viewing is from 5-7pm and services at 7-8pmThe graveside service will be on Saturday July 16, 2011 at 10:00 at Rose Hills Memorial Park, 3888 Workman Mill Road, Whittier CA 90608 (562) 205-4636.Basic instructions on how to get to the graveside: Left/Rose Hills Rd /Pass Railroad tracks/Right at Gate #10 / Turn on 1st left / Look for RAINBOW GARDENS (marked on curb) on the RIGHT/LOT#3108/ You'll be facing a lake/Site is on the front flat area.

[DI3747] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Mary Murrell [Mary Bohannon] Death Date: «tab»21 Dec 1925 Death Location: «tab»Jefferson Residence Location: «tab»Jefferson Age: «tab»80y 4m 1d Gender: «tab»Female, widow Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»20 Aug 1845 Birth Location: «tab»Hart, Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Jno S Bohannon Father's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Mother's Name: «tab»Susan Tisdale Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia COD-Nephritis contributed by myocarditis Informant J H Bohannon Jefferson Co, KY Inv Bk 158 pg 33 No 9361-11125 In the matter of Estate of Mary Murrell periodical statement of accounts of fidelity and Colubia Trust Company as executor and as trustee under the will for Linda Nuckols, State of Kentucky - County of Jefferson. The affiant, C R Weissinger, says that he is Assitant Secretary of the Fidelity and Columbia Trust Company, and that said Company qualified on Jan 11, 1926 as executor of the will of Mary Murrell, deceased, and that the said company also qualified on Dec 27, 1926 as Trustee for Linda Nuckols under the will of the siad decedent; that the said testatrix died on Dec 21, 1925, a resident of Jefferson County Kentucky, leaving a last will and testament which was duly admitted to probate on the aforesaid date first mentioned; that the decedent directed that the etire residue of her estate, after the payment of all debts and expenses, should be held in trust for the benefit of her daughter Linda Nuckols, for the term of her natural life; that the said executor and Trustee has personal property amounting to approximately $4,500.00 and that the said decedent also owned a house and lot in Louisville, Kentucky known as No 1220 South First Street, of which real estate the said Executor and Trustee herein had paid the funeral expenses and certain claims against the estate; that a suit enters by the said Executor and Trustee for the collection of interest due on a bill belonging to the estate, has not yet been settled, as a result of which, the said Executor and Trustee for income advanced the sum of $383.56, and that it has remaining in its hands principal to the amount of $4,085.41 (the real estate aforesaid be also held in addition); that all transactions are fully set forth in the statement hereto attached, which statement, with the accompanying vouchers , is herewith presented by the said Executor and Trustee as a settlement of its accounts for the period from the date of its qualification up to and including Dec 17, 1928.  Signed C R Weissinger Subscribed and swron to before me by C R Weissinger, this 18th day of January 1929. My notarial commisiion expires Sept 28, 1931. Witness my hand and notarial seal. (Seal) Notary Public Jefferson County Kentucky, William M Monahan (Do not have copy of second page with Income Disbursements and receipts.)

[NI3750] Beth Kisor is a descendant of Samuel Reuben Nuckols through his first wi fe Mildred Overton Duke and their second son Luther Newton Nuckols.  Mildr ed died in July 1866 after the birth of Virgil.  Samuel's mother Jane Amb er Jones died in September 1866.  His grandmother Mary Duke Nuckols di ed at 95 in 1878. I am going to guess that the woman buried by Reuben Nuckols is Mildred Ove rton Duke. Clarence had thought that this vault was Harden Duke Nuckols grave in th is e-mail:Harden Duke Nuckols is buried in an above ground vault in ba ck of the house that his great grandson George Henry Nuckols lives in on V ontay Road.  If you are traveling west on Pouncy Tract Road and shortly af ter Pouncy Tract Rd.becomes Vontay Rd. you will see George Henry Nuckols h ouse on the right as the road heads up a slight hill.  It is just a litt le farther to my Aunt Myrtle's house (Springfield Farm) which is on the le ft hand side of Vontay Rd. and across the road on the right in the woo ds is the burial site of Reuben Julian Nuckols, Clarence P. Nuckols, Oliv ia Nuckols and a few others

[NI3751] Cherokee Co., AL census 1860, Gadsden P. O., dwelling/family 13 William C. P. Liddell, 36, M, W, Merchant, GA Eveline Liddell,  35, F, W, GA Mary Liddell,  14, F, W, GA Buena Vista Liddell, 12, F, W, GA John Liddell,  11, M, W, GA Daniel Liddell,  10, M, W, GA Olivia Liddell,  8 F, W, GA Josephine Liddell,  3, F, W, AL Michael W. Wynn,  32, M, W, Tinner, GA Etowah Co., AL, 1870 census, Attalla P. O., 42 Subdivision, page 14, dw. 1 05, fam. 113. Liddell, W. C. P., 47, M W farmer, 3200, 600, GA ", Evalen B., 45, F W, GA ", Daniel, 19, M W, at school, GA ", Olivia, 16, F W, ", " ", Josey, 14, F W, ", AL ", Charles, 9, M W, ", AL Wynn, Micajah, 40, M W Tinner, GA Liddell, Reuben, 16, M B, farm laborer, GA Daniel Wilson Liddell, Jr., was William Coatsworth Pinckney Liddell's brot her; their father was Daniel Wilson Liddell.  Another broth er of W. C. P. was James MacAlpin Liddell and he also named a son Daniel W ilson Liddell.

[NI3755] Information on the descendants of James provided by  Miles Byers, 76 W Fairview  Springfield, IL 62707 He submitted to FTM CD # 11 Tree # 749. Infor mation was verified in "The History of Sangamon Co, IL"

[DI3755] Nuckolls, James Age:  82 Gender:  M Death Date:  September, 1859 Death Location:  Sangamon, Illinois Cause:  Typhoid Fever Birth Location:  Virginia

[NI3757] 1820 Grayson Co, VA-pg 49 2m 0-10,2m10-15,1m16-26,1m26-45 1f0-10,2f10-15,1f26-45 Notes from Ardath Edwards say he moved to Illinois There has been no evidence that he moved to Illinois. 1850 Census has no u nknown connections.

[NI3759] Moved to Missouri in 1830 per B F Nuckolls book. Appears on the 1860 Sla ve Schedule in Washington Co, Breton, MO pg 811 Spelling changed to Knuckl es HOUK, AUSTIN, - will dated 19 May 1846. Wife7 Angelo? Houk, the use and be nefit of my land and personal property and at her death to my son, John Mc Ilvain Houk (gives description of real estate). Exr, friend John Evens O W it: Johnson Warden & Samuel Irvin. (Will C:3-4) L/T granted John Evens on 9 July 18460 Sec. Peter Hughes & Samuel IrvinO(BondA:- HOUK, SOLOMON, - wi ll dated 29 Oct 18320 Wife Martha and sons, Austin, William and Alexand er HoukO (Exr not named)O Wit: Garland Nuckolds & Alexander Fo Irwin. Rec 1 Jan 18360 (Record 2: page --)

[HI3764] (Research):Although mentioned in court document 1952, he could not be located in  1930 census.

[DI3766] Death cert year of birth says day unknown, but year 1864 age 82 Informant S Nuckols, 76 R St, (son) Spouse named as Georgia Elizabeth Nuckolls deceased Utah Death Certificates 1904-1956 Name : Rupert B Nuckolls Death date : 04 Mar 1947 Death place : Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah Birth date : Estimated birth year : 1865 Birth place : Age at death : About 82 years Gender : Male Marital status : Married Race or color : Spouse name : Georgia Elizabeth Nuckolls Father name : Unknown Father titles : Mother name : Unknown Mother titles : GSU film number : 2224521 Digital GS number : 4120903 Image number : 1158 Certificate number : 429

[XI3766] Name:    Rupert E. Nuckolls Birth Date:    0 0 0 Death Date:    0 0 0 Burial Date:    8 March 1947 Cemetery:    Mount Olivet Cemetery Source:    Sexton Records / Grant Grave Location:    B_13_7

[NI3768] Possibility this miht be ths lady: Virginia Elizabeth Nuckolls Bray 1895-1979 Source Citation: Contemporary Authors. A bio-bibliographical guide to curr ent writers in fiction, general nonfiction, poetry, journalism, drama, mot ion pictures, television, and other fields. Volumes 93-96. Detroit: Gale R esearch, 1980.(ConAu 93)

[DI3768] Social Security Death Index about Virginia Bray Name: «tab»Virginia Bray SSN: «tab»053-24-3948 Last Residence: «tab»22090  Reston, Fairfax, Virginia, United States of America Born: «tab»5 Apr 1895 Last Benefit: «tab»20014  Washington, District of Columbia, District of Columbia,  Died: «tab»Dec 1979 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»New York (Before 1951)

[NI3769] Tombstone says born 12/2/1902 but appears in 1900 census age 8 1920 Census age 27

[BI3769] Tombstone says born 12/2/1902 but appears in 1900 census age 8 1920 Census age 27, and tombstone application gives 1893. No military record located yet.

[DI3769] Friel Stephen Nuckolls Birth Date: 0 December 1902 Birth Place: DILLON, MONTANA Death Date: 12 October 1957 Death Place: SALT LAKE CITY,UTAH Burial Date: 13 December 1957 Grave Location: Y-1-37-3-E

[XI3769] U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 upright marble stone with Christian emblem Name: «tab»Stephen Friel Nuckolls Birth Date: «tab»20 Sep 1893 Death Date: «tab»10 Dec 1957 Cemetery: «tab»Sexton City Cemetery, Salt Lake City Cemetery Location: «tab»Salt Lake City, Utah Enlisted 10/4/1915  Discharged 6/4/1920 Serv No 1157168 Served Mont, Utah, Sgt, Army, Co B, 5th Engineers, 7th Div Applicant Gwen H Nuckolls, 469 BaLTIC cOURT, slc, uT, 12/13/1957 nOTE ON CARD, dob ALSO SHOWN AS 9/22/1892

[NI3774] Appears in First Virginia Nuckolls & Kindred Book II page 93  # 301

[HI3774] (Research):Death cert of daughter Jennie Perkins names father Frank. (Source of middle name)

[DI3776] Name:  «tab»Sallie Nuckols Death Date: «tab»19 Mar 1925 Death Location: «tab»Barren Residence Location: «tab»Barren Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»16 Jan Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»David Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Philadelphia Robinson Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky

[DI3777] Name:  «tab»Susan Nuckols Death Date: «tab»30 Apr 1916 Death Location: «tab»Barren Residence Location: «tab»Barren Age: «tab»78y 1m 2d Gender: «tab»Female; Single Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»28 Mar 1838 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»David Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Mother-dont know Informatn A B Nuckols COD- Gang Green in lower limbs

[DI3778] Death Cert Montgomery Co, Hillsboro, IL Isabelle Seybert length of residence in town, 55 yrs Female, white, widowed, spouse John W Seybert Born 6/2/1842 KY retired housewife Aged 81y 9 m 16 d Father David Knuckles born VA Mother --- Robinson, born Virginia Informant, Lydia A Seybert, Hillsboro, IL COD- Cirrhosis of the liver treated 1/20/1923 until death. by R A Hamilton MD Burial 3/19/1924 Clear Springs Cemetery

[NI3779] Glasgow Republican 1897-1898. Several counties are covered here - Barren, Monroe, Warren, Metcalfe and Hart. By Sandi Gorin of SCKY List: "The handsome buggy offered by HUGHES & DEPP for the person guessing nearest the amount of their cash sales on Christmas eve day, was warded six different persons, who all guessed the same amount. The lucky guessers were Messrs A A STURGEON and Leslie FORD, Glasgow; B K NUCKOLS and WH H MATTHEWS, Temple Hill; J C DODSON, of Alone, and H C MATTAHEW S, of Center. The exact amount of the sales was $426.55, and every one of the six persons named guessed $427.00. They will be allowed to settle the matter among themselves."

[DI3779] THE FUNERAL OF MR. BEN NUCKOLS last Thursday was attended by an immense cr owd of people. He was born and reared and spent nearly all his life with in three miles of this place and was highly respected by all his neighbo rs and friends. It was rather an unusual scene to see eight stalwart me n, all heads of families, some grandfathers, and one daughter, also the mo ther of a large family, with their wives and husbands crowd around is bi er to view his features the last time. Each one was an excellent citiz en - a noble monument to give the world. A good man went across the riv er of time when Mr. Nuckols left us. "Mr. B. K. Nuckols, age 78 years, di ed at his home here yesterday morning at ten o'clock. Death was caus ed by heart failure. "Surviving are his widow and nine children: Mrs. L ou Matthews, of Morrison Park; Messrs. John Nuckols, of Temple Hill; Sid N uckols, of Morrison Park, Geo. Nuckols, of Boyd's Creek; Joe Nuckols, Le vy Nuckols, all of this place; Spurgeon Nuckols, of Temple Hill; Jim Nucko ls, of Finney. One sister, Miss Sallie Nuckols, of Glasgow, also surviv e. "Mr. Nuckols was a member of the Baptist church, and no finer man ev er lived. He was loved and esteemed by everybody, and was the personificat ion of honesty, fairness and truthfulness. It is, indeed, with sorrow th at we report his death."He was a true, loyal friend, and will be miss ed by all his associates more than words can tell. BENJAMIN K NUCKOLS Date  221121 Age  078 Place  BARRN Volume  047 Cert  23409 Deathvol  22 Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Benjamie K Nuckols Death Date: «tab»21 Nov 1922 Death Location: «tab»Barren Residence Location: «tab»Barren Age: «tab»78 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»31 Oct 1844 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»David Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Texas

[NI3780] [John McMurry; Petersburg; Ky.; Mrs. P. K. Nuckols; Glasgow; Mrs. Nuckol s] (News Article) Date: 1903-01-29; Paper: The Morning Herald Mrs B K Nuckols, wife of a prominent farmer near Glasgow fell fom her horse and incurred a fracture of the hip. Mrs Nuckols is 61 years of age Date of death might be in question, as she was named in the 1910 census enumerated in April of 1910 "April 3, 1910 - Mrs. B. K. Nuckols died at home in Temple Hill of cancer, age 69. Daughter of George Kincheloe; husband: B. K. Nuckols and 10 chi ldren survive: John, Dick, Sidney, Joe, George, Jim, Levi and Spurgeon, Mrs. Matthews and Miss David Nuckols. Was a member of the Baptist Church. Bu ried in Peden burying ground near Temple Hill." Sally Nuckols 27 Mar 1841 - 3 Apr 1910. Unknown Glasgow KY newspaper, from files of the late researcher, Eva Coe Peden. All Childrens death certs spell last name Kinslow

[DI3780] She was named in the 1910 census enumerated in April of 1910 "April 3, 1910 - Mrs. B. K. Nuckols died at home in Temple Hill of cancer, age 69. Daughter of George Kincheloe; husband: B. K. Nuckols and 10 children survive: John, Dick, Sidney, Joe, George, Jim, Levi and Spurgeon, Mrs. Matthews and Miss David Nuckols. Was a member of the Baptist Church. Buried in Peden burying ground near Temple Hill." Sally Nuckols 27 Mar 1841 - 3 Apr 1910.

[NI3781] JOHN H NUCKOLS Date  430127 Age  073 Place  BARRN Residence  BARREN Volume  001 Cert  00043 Deathvol  43

[DI3781] Name:  «tab»John Henry Nuckols Death Date: «tab»27 Jan 1943 Death Location: «tab»Barren Residence Location: «tab»Barren Age: «tab»73 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»14 Nov 1869 Birth Location: «tab»Barren, Kentucky Spouse's Name: «tab»Mary Lizzie Nuckols Spouse's Age: «tab»71 Father's Name: «tab»B K Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Kinslow Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky

[NI3782] 1880 Census Place:Saunders, Barren, Kentucky Source:FHL Film 1254402  National Archives Film T9-0402     Page 16 3D John S. PEDENSelfMMW33KYOcc:FarmerFa: KYMo: KY Mariah PEDENWifeFMW28KYFa: KYMo: KY Mary L. PEDENDauFSW8KYFa: KYMo: KY William B. PEDENSonMSW6KYFa: KYMo: KY Moses W. PEDENSonMSW4KYFa: KYMo: KY Samuel G. PEDENSonMSW3KYFa: KYMo: KY Census Place:Glasgow Junction, Barren, Kentucky Source:FHL Film 1254402  National Archives Film T9-0402     Page 1 H. S. PEDENSelfMMW37KYFa: VAMo: KY Wm. H. PEDENSonMSW15KYFa: KYMo: KY Ann L. PEDENWifeFMW31KYFa: VAMo: KY Charles A. PEDENSonMSW11KYFa: KYMo: KY John PEDENSonMSW9KYFa: KYMo: KY Elizabeth M. PEDEN DauFSW7KYFa: KYMo: KY Eleanora PEDENDauFSW5KYFa: KYMo: KY Florence PEDENDauFSW3KYFa: KYMo: KY Stephen PEDENFatherMMW71VAFa: VAMo: VA Martha PEDENMotherFMW68KYFa: VAMo: VA

[DI3782] Name:  «tab»Mary Elizebath Nuckols [Mary Elizebath Peden] Death Date: «tab»2 Jan 1944 Death Location: «tab»Barren Residence Location: «tab»Barren Age: «tab»72 Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»26 Feb 1871 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Spouse's Name: «tab»J H Nuckols Father's Name: «tab»J Samuel Peden Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Maria Smith Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky

[NI3783] Tombstone scanned to CD MR. SID NUCKOLS DIES SUDDENLY. Burial Arrangements Pending Arrival Of S on From California. "Sidney B. Nuckols, prominent farmer of this county, died suddenly of a he art attack this morning at four o'clock at his home two miles from Glasg ow on the Tompkinsville Road. He was 64 years old."Mr. Nuckols was o ne of the best farmers in the County, ane xcellent citizen and a man high ly esteemed by all who knew him. He was an active member of the Baptist Ch urch."Funeral arrangements have not yet been made, pending the arriv al of a son from California."Besides his wife, Mrs. Ivey Nuckols, he is su rvived by two sons, Carlos Nuckols of Lindsay, California and Floyd Nucko ls of this County, and one daughter, Mrs. Ray Lewis of Missouri. Seven bro thers and one sister also survive." Unknown Glasgow KY newspaper, from files of the late Eva Coe Peden. Glasgow Municipal Cemetery S. D. Nuckols - note difference in middle initial 19 Feb 1871 - 2 Mar 1935 Informant on death cert- Floyd Nuckols, Glasgow, KY

[DI3783] Name:  «tab»Sidney Dotson Nuckols Death Date: «tab»2 Mar 1935 Death Location: «tab»Barren Residence Location: «tab»Barren Age: «tab»44 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»19 Feb 1891 Spouse's Name: «tab»Ivy Nuckols Father's Name: «tab»Banjamin Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Sallie Kinslow Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky

[NI3784] Name: Mrs. Delphia Branch nee Pile Died: 1 May 1938 at home of niece, Mrs. J L Lowery, Temple Hill. Born 22 May 1854 Niece: Ms. S. D. Nuckols Nephews: John Pile of Mt. Herman O T Sabens of Temple Hill Interred Poplar Log Cemetery Nellie Snoddy Hatcher scrapbooks Tombstone scanned to CD IVY E NUCKOLS Date  491215 Age  070 Place  BARRN Residence  BARREN Volume  054 Cert  26762 Deathvol  49

[DI3784] Name:  «tab»Ivy Ellen Nuckols [Ivy Ellen Pile] Death Date: «tab»15 Dec 1949 Death Location: «tab»Barren Residence Location: «tab»Barren Age: «tab»70 Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»2 Apr 1879 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»George Pile Mother's Name: «tab»Sarah McCoy

[NI3785] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Res Barren Co, Glasgow, # r, KY Age 45 born Jan 4 1873 Self emp farmer. kin Nevada Nuckols Med height, med build, blue eyes, black hair Signed Sept 12 1918 George Franklin Nuckols Glasgow Republican Dec 15, 1955 Mr George Nuckols Dies at Home on South Gr een. Mr George Franklin NUCKOLS, one of Barren County's venerable citizen s, succumbed at his home, 614 South Green Street Sunday morning after an i llness of two months during which time he was under treatment in Samson  C ommunity Hospital. Mr Nuckols was a native of Barren County, a member of o ne of its old and  distinguished families. He was a son of the late B K a nd Sallie Kinslow Nuckols, and until ill  health compelled his retireme nt was a characteristically hard-working farmer. He was held in high este em by hundreds of intimate friends and was respected for his honesty and i ndustry. He was a member of Poplar Springs Baptist Church. Surviving are h is devoted wife, Mrs Nevada Nuckols; three daughters, Mrs Harold (Blondel l) Annett, Detroit; Mrs Virgil (Tommie) Taylor, and Mrs Richard L (Zeba) G arnett; and two sons, Gerald Kirksey and Lewis Allen Nuckols.

[NI3786] NEVADA V NUCKOLS Date  641215 Age  082 Place  BARRN Residence  BARREN Volume  054 Cert  26768 Deathvol  64 Informant on husband death cert, Mrs Nevada Nuckols

[NI3787] WWI Draft Registration Cards Sept 12 1918 Andrew Bowman Nuckols res Barren Co, Glasgow, KY age 41 born Mar 20 1877 Self emp farmer RFD 3 Kin-Mrs Hattie Nuckols Short, stout, brown eyes, dark hair Death Cert., KY Vital Records, ANDREW B NUCKOLS, Date 470420, Age 070, lace BARRN, Residence BARREN, Volume 021, Cert  10122, Deathvol 47. Kentucky was named by Joseph Denton SMITH. (1870-1948). It is said th at he named it after an old sweetheart who lived in Barren Co,Ky.. Lec ta no longer had a post office after Aug 31 1955. Glasgow became it's ma il service. Lecta is situated on the Edmonton Road, outside of Glasgow. Postmasters-thru Aug 31 1955 Andrew B. NUCKOLS    Nov 9 1909 Date: 1909-11-10; Paper: The Lexington Herald New Postmaster Appointed Washington, Nov 9-Andrew B Nuckols has been appointed postmaster at Lett a, Barren County,Vice H Travis resigned

[DI3787] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Andrew Bowman Nuckols Death Date: «tab»20 Apr 1947 Death Location: «tab»Barren Residence Location: «tab»Barren Age: «tab»70 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»20 Mar 1877 Birth Location: «tab»Barren Spouse's Name: «tab»Hattie Bess Nuckols Spouse's Age: «tab»65 Father's Name: «tab»Benjamin K Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Sallie Kinslow Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky

[NI3788] Death Cert. KY Vital Records, HATTIE B NUCKOLS, Date 580305, Age 076 Place BARRN, Residence BARREN, Volume 009, Cert 04288 Deathvol 58.

[DI3788] Death Cert Barren Co, Glasgow, KY 64 days in Samson Comm  Hosp on Green St Hattie Bell Nuckols died 3/5/1958 Female, white, widowed, born 6/15/1881 age 76 born Barren Co, KY tto Nelson Thomas Powell and Nancy Kathryn Sikes Informan - son (no name) Burial 3/8/1958 Glasgow Cemetery

[NI3789] Moved to Illinois Joe Nuckles   Enumeration District: 0015 Color: W   Age: 34 Birth Place: Kentucky   Visit: 0332   County:  Barren 1910   Relation:  Husband   Relatives:  Wife Nannie 34, Kentucky Daughter Myrtle 12, Kentucky Daughter Lillie 09, Kentucky A TRIBUTE published in the pages of  The Auburn Citizen, Auburn, ILL. M ay 17, 1961 J.C.NUCKOLS Joe Cephus (J.C.) NUCKOLS died at 5:30pm Monday, May 15, at Parks Memori al Home at the age of 86 years, 2 months and 28 days.    Mr. NUCKOLS was b orn February 2, 1875, at Glasgow, Kentucky, the son of Benjamin and Sal ly NUCKOLS. He married Nancy Ann Matthews in Glasgow on February 10, 189 5. A farmer, Mr. NUCKOLS had lived south of Auburn for 45 years. He w as a member of the Auburn Methodist Church.     Survivors include one so n, J. Ray NUCKOLS; two daughters, Mrs. Lily Easley and Mrs. Myrt Herron, a ll of Auburn; two brothers, James, and Spurgeon and one sister, Mrs. Lou M atthews all of Glasgow, Kentucky; seven grandchildren and eleven great gra ndchildren.     Funeral services will be held at 2:30 pm Thursday, May 1 8, at the Methodist Church with Rev. O.L. Hensley, Jr., officiating. Buri al will be in Auburn Cemetery with the Willis Funeral Home directing. The Auburn Citizen, Auburn, IL - 17 May, 1961

[NI3790] According to her grandchildren's family records, she was born on Valentin e's Day and was given this extra name. The Washington Post Washington District Of Columbia 07 June 1906 Woman Kills Rival- Tragedy Creates a Panic at Berea Commencement- Deed Act uated By Jealosy Both Women Married-VIctim and Her Assailant's Husband Had Been Sweethear ts Before Marriage- Wife Resented Attention Paid Other Woman at College Ga thering-Broke Up Exercise Richmond Ky June6- At Berea this afternoon Mrs Nannie Nuckols of Cartersvi lle, Garrard County, shot and instantly killed Mrs Viana Black of Conwa y, Rocksville. The killing was the result of jealousy and trouble of lo ng standing. The shooting took place on the college campus, directly in fr ont of the new memorial chapel and created a panic among the 10,000 peop le who were attending Berea College commencement. The weapon used by Mrs N uckols was a .32 caliber pistol. There was but one shot, which took effe ct in the heart. Mrs Nuckols was arrested and taken to this city and plac ed in jail. She has a husband and three children. The dead woman is surviv ed by a husband and five children. IN the jail tonight, Mrs Nuckols said t hat her husband and her victim had been sweethearts before she had met hi m, and that twice during the day she had missed her husband. When she we nt to find him he was with Mrs Black. The second time she called her husba nd to come to the tent in which they had camped, Mrs Black followed, and w hen her husband had gone for some refreshments, Mrs Nuckols asserts that M rs Black  said she had done what she did deliberately, and would do it aga in. A quarrel ensued in which she says Mrs Black came toward her in a mann er indicating that she was armed and intended to use whatever weapon she w as carrying. Thereupon Mrs Nuckols rushed to the wagon in which they had c ome to the commencement, and taking her husband's revolver, shot Mrs Blac k. Death was almost instantaneous. The commencement exercises, which we re to have been continued this afternoon were postponed because of the exc itement. The chapel in front of which the tragedy occurred and into whi ch the murdered woman was carried, was a 40,000 structure to the construct ion fund of which Miss Helen Gould was the largest individual contributo r. Berea College is noted as one of the few Southern Institutions in whi ch blacks and whites mingle. It was prominent some months ago because of p roposed State legislation that would have made this feature illegal and pr obably ended the career of the institution.

[DI3790] Name: «tab»Nancy Ann Nuckols Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Death Date: «tab»24 Jan 1942 Death Place: «tab»Auburn Twp., Sangamon, Illinois Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»62 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1880 Birth Date: «tab»14 Feb 1879 Birthplace: «tab»Glasgow, Ky. Father: «tab»Elliot Mathews Father's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Father's Birth Place: «tab»Glasgow, Ky. Mother: «tab»Julia Ann Barbour Mother's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab»Glasgow, Ky. Occupation: «tab»House Wife Residence: «tab»Auburn Twp., Sangamon, Ill. Street Address: «tab» Spouse: «tab»Jos. C. Nuckols Spouse's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Spouse's Birthplace: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»26 Jan 1942 Burial Place: «tab»Auburn Twp., Sangamon, Ill. Cemetery: «tab»Auburn Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4008588 Image Number: «tab»605 Film Number: «tab»1851355 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»1 Source Citation "Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NQS4-F16 : accessed 7 June 2012), Nancy Ann Nuckols, 1942.

[NI3791] WWI Draft Reg Cards 1917-1918 James Johnson Nuckols res Glasgow Ky R#4 Age 39 born Nov 7 1878 Self emp farmer, kin-Nola Nuckols, same address Med height, med build, grey eyes, dark hair Signed Sep 12 1918 Jimmie Johnson Nuckols Glasgow Republican 2-12-1967 James J Nuckols Dies- Funeral Held Saturday Mr james Jonathan NUCKOLS, 88 year of retired farmer of Route 7, Glasgo w, died at his home early Thursday morning after an illness of several mon ths. He was the son of the late Ben and Sallie Kinslow Nuckols. Survivi ng are his wife, Mrs Nola Nuckols; a son, Gus Nuckols, Route 1, Glasgo w; a daughter, Mrs Horace hawks, Route 1, Glasgow; 12 grandchildren, 38 gr eat grandchildren and on great great grandchils. Funeral services were he ld Saturday afternoon at 1:00 at Hatcher and Saddler Funeral Home with bur ial in the Peden Family Cemetery Name: James Jonathan Nuckols Residence: Route 7 Glasgow KY Died: 8:15 am Thursday, residence, long illness, age88. Survivors: Member Coral Hill Baptist Church Widow: Nola Nuckols Son: Gus Nuckols of Glasgow Daughter: Mrs. Horace Hawks of Route 1 Glasgow 12 grandchildren, 38 great-grandchildren,one great-great-grandchild. Services: 1 pm Saturday, Hatcher Saddler Funeral Home, burial Peden Fami ly Cemetery. Unknown Glasgow (KY) newspaper, from files of the late Birdie Lutzow. Peden Cemetery J. J. Nuckols 7 Nov 1889 - 9 Feb 1967 JAMES J NUCKOLS Date  670209 Age  088 Place  BARRN Residence  BARREN Volume  004 Cert  01885 Deathvol  67 1910 census names daughter Reva age 5, Ruby age 3, Gus age 2

[BI3791] Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 Name: «tab»Nuckols Birth Date: «tab»7 Nov 1878 Birth County: «tab»Barren Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Male Father's Name: «tab»B K Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»Sallie Kincheloe

[NI3792] MRS. NUCKOLS DEAD. Following a severe illness of Bright's disease and inte stinal trouble Amanda Smith Nuckols died at the home of her husband, Mr. J im Nuckols, Thursday morning at six o'clock in her thirty-ninth year. "She was the daughter of Mr. Ben Smith, one of the best citizens of the co unty. Deceased was a member of the Baptist church, and a woman of excelle nt traits, as well as being devout and tender mother and wife. "Surviving her are her husband and three children, Pernie, Ruby and Gus, w ho are all in tender years. Also her father, mother, two brothers and o ne sister survive. "The burial will occur this afternoon in the Peden burying ground."

[DI3792] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Amanda Nuckols [Amanda Smith] Death Date: «tab»22 Feb 1917 Death Location: «tab»Barren Residence Location: «tab»Barren Age: «tab»38 Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»25 Nov 1878 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Ben Smith Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Sallie Ritter Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky

[NI3794] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Sept 12 1918 Levy Lewis Nuckols res Glasgow KY R#4 Age 35 born Sept 28 1883 Self emp farmer ; Kin-Rosa Nuckols Tall, slender build, grey eyes, dark hair Signed Sept 12 1918 Levi Lewis Nuckols A. F. Crow and Son Funeral Home Records Levi L Nuckols: Route 2, Glasgow, Died 5 April 1958, 10:30am at home, i ll 9 mos. Born 28 Sept. 1883 Barren Co., age 74 yrs. 6 mos., 8 days Husba nd of Mrs. Goldie Nuckols; son of B K Nuckols (born Barren Co.) Retired fa rmer, Dr. L Dickinson - cerebral thrombosis. Survived by wife; one son - W endell Nuckols of Glasgow; 2 grandchildren - Mrs. Mary Rose McCoy and Mart ha Neal Nuckols; 2 greatgrandchildren. Three brothers - Joe Nuckols of Aub urn, IL; James Jonathan Nuckols (Jim) of Route 3 Glasgow and Spurgeon Nuck ols of Route 5, Glasgow. One sister - Mrs. Lou Matthews of Route 5, Glasgo w. Member of Peters Creek Baptist Church, Masonic Lodge #24 F & AM. Pallbe arers: G K Nuckols, Gus Nuckols, Paul Nuckols, Floyd Nuckols, Marvin Matth ews and Willard Nuckols. Services by Revs J L Piercy and Garnett Mart in 6 April 1958, 2pm Peters Creek Church, Burial Glasgow Cemetery. LEVI L NUCKOLS Date  580405 Age  074 Place  BARRN Residence  BARREN Volume  014 Cert  06924 Deathvol  58

[DI3794] Death Certificate Bareen Co, Rural Lucas, KY died 4/5/1958 Glasgow Hospital Levi L Nuckols , male, white, married, farmer, born 9/18/1883 KY age 74 Father B K Nuckols Mother not named. Informant Mrs Goldie Nuckols Burial Glasgow Cemetery, 4/6/1958

[NI3795] Mrs. Levy Nuckols (Levi) Mrs. Rosie Nuckols, 59, wife of Mr.L.L Nuckols, died at her home in the Lu cas community Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. Death followed complications. She h ad been in ill health two years and her condition became worse last Sunda y. A daughter of the late John and Mary Frances (Puss) Mansfield, she w as born July 9, 1887 near this city. She was known and loved by wide circ le of friends and relatives throughout the county. Besides her husband, s he is survived by a son, Wendell (Red) Nuckols, a sister, Mrs.Lula Pede n, Glasgow rfd 4, and two granddaughters, Mary Rose and Martha Neal Nuckol s, Glasgow. Funeral will be held today at two p.m. at the Glasgow Methodi st church, Rev. J.L.Piercy in charge. From files of the Museum of the Barrens unknown newspaper clipping. Hand written note on top of the obituary - born 7-9-1888 -died 2-11-1947??

[DI3795] Name:  «tab»Rosie E Nuckols [Rosie E Mansfield] Death Date: «tab»11 Feb 1947 Death Location: «tab»Barren Residence Location: «tab»Barren Age: «tab»59 Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»9 Jul 1887 Birth Location: «tab»Barren, Kentucky Spouse's Name: «tab»L L Nuckols Father's Name: «tab»Johnathan Mansfield Father's Birth Location: «tab»Barren, Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Mery Francis Harrison Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Barren, Kentucky

[NI3796] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Res Barren Co, Glasgow, KY # 4 Age 34 born Oct 11 1884 Self emp farmer, Glasgow Kin-Luanna Nuckols, Glasgow Med height, med build, Blue eyes, light hair Signed Sept 12 1918 Charles Henry SpurgeonNuckols

[NI3800] Miss Pernie Nuckols, daughter of Jim Nuckols of Finney was badly burned. W as a semi-invalid. House was saved but she was unable to tell cause of t he fire. Survivors: Father and step-mother: Mr and Mrs. Jim Nuckols. Broth ers and sisters: Gus Nuckols and Mrs. Horace Hawks all of Finney. Interr ed in Peden Cemetery near Fallen Timber Creek." Pernie Rowe Nuckols, 23 July 1903 - 3 Dec 1933 Unknown Glasgow (KY) Newspaper, found in old scrapbook. Tombstone middle name was Rowe and Death Cert was Roe

[DI3800] Name:  «tab»Pernie Roe Nuckols Death Date: «tab»13 Dec 1933 Death Location: «tab»Barren Residence Location: «tab»Barren Age: «tab»30 Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»23 Jul 1903 Birth Location: «tab»Barren, Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»J J Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Barren, Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Amanda Smith Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Barren, Kentucky

[NI3802] Hawks family descendants in file, most living. Contact  Judy Lowe julo@scr tc.com

[NI3803] GUS B NUCKOLS Date  750403 Age  068 Place  BARRN Residence  BARREN Volume  016 Cert  07774 Deathvol  75 Name: Gus Burton Nuckols, age 68, Route 2, Glasgow was pronounced de ad on arrival at Samson Community Hospital. Residence: Finney, Barren Co.,KY Died: 3 April, 1975 Born: Barren Co KY Son of the late James Jonathan Nuckols (Jim) and Amanda Smith Nuckols. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Alice(SEARS)Nuckols, one daughter, Judy L owe, Smiths Grove, six sons, Kenneth Nuckols, Route 2, Glasgow, Mitchell N uckols, Route 8, Glasgow, James Nuckols, Gus Nuckols,Jr., Bill Nuckols a nd Harold Nuckols, all of Indianapolis, 18 grandchildren, seven great-gran dchildren, his stepmother, Mrs. J.J. Nuckols, Glasgow. Funeral services were held at 4 p.m. Sunday at Hatcher and Saddler Funer al Home with burial in the Henderson Cemetery.

[NI3808] With a very sad heart, I post by brothers obituary to the list. Judy Lowe Indianapolis Star, The (IN) - October 20, 2000 NOBLESVILLE, IN.- James R Nuckols, 73, of Noblesville died Wednesday, O ct 18, 2000, at St.Vincent Hospice in Indianapolis, IN. Mr. Nuckols work ed for Builders Concrete in Fishers, IN. He retired in 1996. Born Oct. 2, 1927, Glasgow, KY., he was the son of Gus and Alice (Sears) N uckols. He had lived in Noblesville since 1973. He married Nell E. Nuckols Dec. 2 3, 1945. She survives. He was a veteran of the U S Army. In addition to his wife, he is surviv ed by four sons, Bobby Nuckols of Versailles, KY., Daryl Nuckols and Jer ry Nuckols, both of Noblesville, and Richard Nuckols of Glasgow, KY; a  da ughter, Dolores Wright of Noblesville; a sister, Judy Lowe of Glasgo w, KY and Lorida, FL; four brothers, Bill Nuckols of Sheridan, IN, Gus Nuc kols of Noblesville and Harold Nuckols and Kenneth Nuckols of Glasgow, K Y; 10 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren.In addition to his parent s, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Sherry Nuckols, in 1982; a nd a brother, Mitchell Nuckols. Calling will be 5-9 p.m. Friday and 1 to 2 p.m. Saturday at Randall &Rober ts Funeral Home in Noblesville, IN. Services will be 2 p.m. Saturday at t he funeral home. The Revs. Rick Applegate and David Atkins will officiat e. Burial will be in the Crownland Cemetery, Noblesville. Name: James R. Nuckols Residence: Noblesville, IN Died: Wed, 18Oct 2000, St. Vincent's Hospital, Indianapolis, IN, age 73. Born: Glasgow, KY 2 Oct 1927 Son of: Gus and Alice Sears Nuckols, decd. Worked for Builders Concrete in Fishers, IN, retired 1996, was a US Army v eteran, attended christian Life Assembly in Fishers. Survivors: Wife of over 44 years: Nell E. Nuckols Sons: Bobby of Versailles, KY; Daryl and Jerry of Noblesville and Richa rd of Glasgow. Daughter: Delores Wright, Noblesville Sister: Judy Lowe, Glasgow Brothers: Bill of Sheridan, IN; Gus of Noblesville; Harrold and Kenneth, G lasgow. 10 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren. Preceded also in death by: Daughter: Sherry Nuckols Brother: Mitchell Nuckols Services: 2 pm Saturday, 21 Oct 2000, Randall & Roberts Funeral Home, Nobl esville, IN; burial Crownland Cemetery. Glasgow Daily Times, Wed, 18 Oct 2000, p. 2.

[NI3809] My brother, Mitchell was one of six brothers in a family of seven children , me being the youngest and only girl. There is nothing quite like growing u p in a large and very close family. The loss of our first sibling has left a n empty place in each of our hearts. Oh, but we will treasure all the sweet memories of him. Judy Name: Mitchell Nuckols Residence: Glasgow, KY Died: Wednesday, 31 March 1999, T. J. Samson Community Hospital, age 67. Born: Barren Co KY Son of: Gus and Alice Sears Nuckols, dec'd. Church: Hanging Fork Baptist - a deacon Occupation: Formerly employed by the Coca Cola Company Military: U S Army veteran. Survivors: Wife: Maudie Ree (Ellis) Nuckols Sons: Kelly Ray and Anita Nuckols of Park City and Marty  Holly Nuckols of Glasgow. Grandchildren: Jaymi and Javen Nuckols Step-grandchildren: Andy Houchens and Adam Houchens. Brothers: Robert Kenneth of Glasgow; James Richard of Noblesville, IN; Gus B.,Jr. of Fishers, IN; Billy Sears of Sheridan, IN; Harold Morris of Glasgow.  Sister: Judy Carole Lowe, Glasgow, KY & Lorida, FL. Services: 1 pm Friday, A. F. Crow and Son Funeral Home, Glasgow, burial Glasgow Municipal Cemetery.

[DI3809] Name: Mitchell Nuckols Residence: Glasgow, KY Died: Wednesday, 31 March 1999, T. J. Samson Community Hospital, age 67. Born: Barren Co KY Son of: Gus ...

[NI3814] Name: Benjamin Payne Date Written: 23 August 1831 Date Probated: May Court 1832 Wife: Polly Payne Daughters: Elizabeth, Jane and Polly Payne Sons: William, James and Benjamin Payne Granddaughter: Letitia Y Peden, daughter of Benjamin Peden Slaves: Lucy and her child Daniel, Harry, Teener, Rhods, Dennis Names Mentioned: Reed Executor: William Martin Witnesses: James Frazer, Hezekiah P. Nuckols, William W. Bailey. Source: Barren Co KY Will Book 3,p. 33. Name: Frederick Smith Date Written: 20 Mar 1841 Date Probated: July Term 1841 Children: Peggy Baird, Barbary Wooten, David Smith, Elizabeth Richardso n, Sally Willhelm and Mildred Smith Granddaughter: America Cox Grandchildren: children of daughter Lucy Williams, not named Named: Pouncey Nuckolds, Radford Cox Executors: David Smith, George Richardson and Pouncy Nuckolds. Witnesses: Stephen Ratliff, Hezekiah P. Nuckols Source: Barren Co KY Will Book 3, p. 173

[NI3815] Name: Jas. A. Nuckols Date Written: 13 Sept 1856 Date Probated: 29 Sept 1856 Brother: Joseph F/P. Nuckols Names Cited: Daniel Smith, Albert Crutcher, McMillan, Bransford Witnesses: James P Hall, James P. Garnett, A B Nuckols. Barren Co Will Book 4, p. 16

[NI3816] Name: R F Nuckols Date Written: 24 Nov 1859 Date Probated: January Term 1860 Mother: Susan J. Nuckols Brothers: Benj. W Nuckols, Hezekiah F Nuckols, George H Nuckols Sister: Victoria Nuckols Executor: Uncle - A B Nuckols Witnesses: J P Garnett, Bartlett Foster, A B Nuckols. Barren Co Will Book 4, p. 105.

[NI3817] Benjamins brother Hezekiah went to Logan Co, Clay, KY. What is interesti ng is there is a Benjamin Knuckles age 34 living close by in Logan Co, Cla y, KY in the 1870 census with a female Nancy age 28.  Can Nancy be t he N of the initials of this wife? They have no children. Could he have be en unermerated 2 times? Martha Williams Date Written: 10 July 1878 Date Probated: 18 May1885 Brother: Elijah Williams and wife Nancy J Executor: Elijah Williams Witnesses: B W Nuckols and J W Jones Barren Co KY Will Book 5, p. 18 Informant on Death cert - Moses Staples, Glasgow, KY 1860 Barren Co, KY Slave Schedules 7 Female Mulatto B W Nuckols Glasgow, Barren, Kentucky

[DI3817] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Benjamon Nuckols Death Date: «tab»22 Jul 1915 Death Location: «tab»Barren Residence Location: «tab»Barren Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Hesakiah Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Mother's Name: «tab»Suan Foster Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia

[DI3818] Name:  «tab»Hezekiah F Knuckles Death Date: «tab»19 Feb 1917 Death Location: «tab»Warren Residence Location: «tab»Warren Age: «tab»80y -m 2d Gender: «tab»Male; married; farmer Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»17 Feb 1837 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Hezikiah Knuckles Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Susan Foster Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Informatn Mrs H Knuckles COD-arthritis

[NI3820] can this be George H Nickols who marry Eliza Peden 1873 Barren CO, KY?

[NI3823] Family info on Clara found on WFT V51 Tree 1813 She was raised in a log house built by her grandfather

[DI3823] Name: «tab»Clara May Nuckols Death Date: «tab»27 Feb 1953 Death Place: «tab»Kingsville, Kleberg, Texas Kleburg County Hosp Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»72 years 7 months 23 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»04 Jul 1880 Birthplace: «tab»Macon Co., Tennessee Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»H. G. Beard Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Napier Mills Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee Occupation: «tab»Housewife Place of Residence: «tab»Kingsville, Kleberg, Texas Cemetery: «tab»Chamberlain Burial Park Burial Place: «tab»Kingsville, Kleberg, Texas Burial Date: «tab»28 Feb 1953 Additional Relatives: «tab»X inf- Harold M Nuckols Film Number: «tab»2113847 Digital Film Number: «tab»4165570 Image Number: «tab»3045 Reference Number: «tab»9394 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JX6N-238 : accessed 4 May 2012), Clara May Nuckols, 1953.

[HI3824] (Research):Possible first marriage Groom's Name: «tab»E.P. Cardwell Groom's Birth Date: «tab» Groom's Birthplace: «tab» Groom's Age: «tab» Bride's Name: «tab»Mildred Nuckols Bride's Birth Date: «tab» Bride's Birthplace: «tab» Bride's Age: «tab» Marriage Date: «tab»31 Mar 1928 Marriage Place: «tab»Weatherford, Parker, Texas Groom's Father's Name: «tab» Groom's Mother's Name: «tab» Bride's Father's Name: «tab» Bride's Mother's Name: «tab» Groom's Race: «tab» Groom's Marital Status: «tab» Groom's Previous Wife's Name: «tab» Bride's Race: «tab» Bride's Marital Status: «tab» Bride's Previous Husband's Name: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»M75270-9 System Origin: «tab»Texas-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»1536201 Reference Number: «tab»BK #5118, Pg 81 Source Citation "Texas, Marriages, 1837-1973," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F61K-856 : accessed 7 May 2012), Mildred Nuckols, 1928.

[DI3825] Name: Harold M Nuckols Birth Date: 10 Feb 1918 Birth State: Texas Birth Country: United States Gender: Male Race: White Hispanic Origin: Not Hispanic (Latino) Residence City: Marietta Residence County: Washington Residence State: Ohio Residence Country: United States Death Date: 27 Dec 1989 Death Time: 2:00 PM Hospital of Death: Cleveland Clinic Hospital City of Death: Cleveland County of Death: Cuyahoga Certificate: 096443 Age at Death: 71 Certifier: Physician Referred to Coroner: No Autopsy: Yes Filing Date: 17 Jan 1990 Hospital Status: Hospital/Inpatient Injury in Ohio: Yes Type Place of Injury: Unspecified Place Social Security Number: 449-03-8337 Father's Surname: Nuckols Marital Status: Married Education: 12 Industry of Decedent: Construction Occupation of Decedent: Managers, properties and real estate Primary Registration District: 1801

[NI3826] Name: Kathareen Prescher Nuckols Birth Date: 6 Oct 1910 Birth City: Marietta Birth County: Washington Birth State: Ohio Birth Country: United States Gender: Female Race: White Hispanic Origin: Not Hispanic (Latino) Death Date: 23 Nov 1997 Death Time: 6:20 PM Hospital of Death: Marietta Memorial Hospital City of Death: Marietta County of Death: Washington Certificate: 093061 Age at Death: 87 Certifier: Physician Hospital Status: Hospital/Inpatient Social Security Number: 296-03-5659 Father's Surname: Smith Mother's Maiden Name: Forshey Marital Status: Widowed Education: 12 Armed Forces Indicator: No Industry of Decedent: Educational services, not elsewhere classified Occupation of Decedent: Teachers, not elsewhere classified Primary Registration District: 8401

[DI3826] Name: Kathareen Prescher Nuckols Birth Date: 6 Oct 1910 Birth City: Marietta Birth County: Washington Birth State: Ohio Birth Country: United States Gender: Female Race: White Hispanic Origin: Not Hispanic (Latino) Death Date: 23 Nov 1997 Death Time: 6:20 PM Hospital of Death: Marietta Memorial Hospital City of Death: Marietta County of Death: Washington Certificate: 093061 Age at Death: 87 Certifier: Physician Hospital Status: Hospital/Inpatient Social Security Number: 296-03-5659 Father's Surname: Smith Mother's Maiden Name: Forshey Marital Status: Widowed Education: 12 Armed Forces Indicator: No Industry of Decedent: Educational services, not elsewhere classified Occupation of Decedent: Teachers, not elsewhere classified Primary Registration District: 8401

[NI3832] DECEASED  Nuckolls, Barbara E. YEAR  [1862]. NOTE  Race: White. NOTE  Gender: Female. NOTE  Date of death: September 14, 1862. NOTE  Cause of death: Diphtheria. NOTE  Age at death: 30 years. NOTE  Unmarried. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1862. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical Society. SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Leighton, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Frances, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Leighton, informant (Father).

[DI3832] Name: «tab»Barbara E. Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»14 Sep 1862 Death Place: «tab»Louisa, Louisa, Virginia Age: «tab»34 Birth Date: «tab»1828 Birthplace: «tab»Louisa County, Virginia Occupation: «tab»None Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Single Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Leighton Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Frances Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07476-8 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2048591 Reference Number: «tab»p67 #4 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRSN-SYT : accessed 7 April 2012), Barbara E. Nuckolls (1828).

[NI3833] DECEASED  Nuckolls, John S. YEAR  [1862]. NOTE  Race: White. NOTE  Gender: Male. NOTE  Date of death: September 4, 1862. NOTE  Cause of death: Diphtheria. NOTE  Age at death: 25 years. NOTE  Occupation: Soldier. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1862. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical Society. SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Leighton, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Frances, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Leighton, informant (Father). The Richmond Daily Dispatch: September 12, 1862. Died, at his father's residence, in the county of Louise, on the 4th insta nt, in his 26th year, John L. Nuckolls, after a short illness, of diphther ia. The subject of this obituary was among the first to volunteer for t he defence of his country; was a member of Frederick Hall Grays, compa ny F. 23d Va. regiment; served through the campaign in Northwest Virgini a; served under Jackson, and was a participant in nearly every hard foug ht battle in the Valley of Virginia and was in the battle of Cedar Ru n. He was brave and true to the end. But what is more, he was a Christia n, a consistent member of the Baptist Church from early youth, and so fi rm was his faith and so deep was his piety and integrity, that all his com rades bear testimony to his immovable faith and steadfastness in the trut h. Therefore, we will not grieve as those who have no hope, but rather rej oice that he has gone home to God and to glory. [*] M. P. Nuckolls, John L  ACW  M      Louisa  Army  Private  Died of Disease  9/1/ 1862  Louisa Co, Virginia   TT

[DI3833] Name: «tab»John S. Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»04 Sep 1862 Death Place: «tab»Louisa, Louisa, Virginia Age: «tab»26 Birth Date: «tab»1836 Birthplace: «tab»Louisa County, Virginia Occupation: «tab»Soldier Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Single Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Leighton Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Frances Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07476-8 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2048591 Reference Number: «tab»p67 #3 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRSN-SYP : accessed 7 April 2012), John S. Nuckolls (1836).

[NI3834] Can this be ? William J Nuckolls Wounded Enlisted as a Private on 20 May 1861 Enlisted in Company F, 23rd Infantry Regiment Virginia on 20 May 1861. Died of wounds Company F, 23rd Infantry Regiment Virginia on 15 October 1861 in Greenbrier River, WV Nuckolls, William J  ACW  M      Goochland  Army  Private  Died of Woun ds    Greenbrier River, West Virginia   TT  10/??/1861

[NI3842] DECEASED  Nuckolls, Frederick L. YEAR  [1861]. NOTE  Race: White. NOTE  Gender: Male. NOTE  Date of death: September 17, 1861. NOTE  Cause of death: Diphtheria. NOTE  Age at death: 10 years. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1861. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical Society. SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Addison L., parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, E., parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Addison L., informant (Father).

[DI3842] Name: «tab»Frederick L. Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»17 Sep 1861 Death Place: «tab»Louisa, Louisa, Virginia Age: «tab»10 Birth Date: «tab»1851 Birthplace: «tab»Louisa County, Virginia Occupation: «tab»Farmer Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Single Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Addison S. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»E. Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07476-8 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2048591 Reference Number: «tab»p60 #27 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRSN-MBL : accessed 6 April 2012), Frederick L. Nuckolls (1851).

[NI3843] DECEASED  Nuckolls, Willie F. YEAR  [1861]. NOTE  Race: White. NOTE  Gender: Female. NOTE  Date of death: October 12, 1861. NOTE  Cause of death: Dyptheria. NOTE  Age at death: 8 years. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1861. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical Society. SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Addison L., parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, E., parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Addison L., informant (Father).

[DI3843] Name: «tab»Willie F. Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»12 Oct 1861 Death Place: «tab»Louisa, Louisa, Virginia Age: «tab»8 Birth Date: «tab»1853 Birthplace: «tab»Louisa County, Virginia Occupation: «tab»Farmer Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Single Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Addison S. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»E. Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07476-8 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2048591 Reference Number: «tab»p60 #28 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRSN-MB5 : accessed 6 April 2012), Willie F. Nuckolls (1853).

[BI3844] Name: «tab»Ada Amanda Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»12 Mar 1855 Birthplace: «tab»Louisa, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Addison J. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Elizabeth Ann Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00191-5 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046943 Reference Number: «tab»p 22 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5VC-PH8 : accessed 6 April 2012), Ada Amanda Nuckols (1855).

[BI3845] Name: «tab»Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»01 Oct 1856 Birthplace: «tab»Louisa, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Addison L. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Barbara A. Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00191-5 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046943 Reference Number: «tab»p 31 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5VC-J9F : accessed 6 April 2012), Nuckolls (1856).

[DI3845] Single, aged 70-10-28 Informant Elizabeth Ann Nuckols

[BI3846] Name: «tab»Sallie Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»17 Aug 1858 Birthplace: «tab»Louisa, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Addinson L. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Elizabeth A. Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00191-5 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046943 Reference Number: «tab»p 69 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5VC-VFX : accessed 6 April 2012), Sallie Nuckolls (1858).

[BI3847] Name: «tab»Ellen Jane Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»01 Nov 1865 Birthplace: «tab»Louisa, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Addison S. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Eliz'Th. A. Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00191-5 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046943 Reference Number: «tab»p 121 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5VC-5MB : accessed 6 April 2012), Ellen Jane Nuckolls (1865).

[NI3848] DECEASED  Nuckolls, Jas. W. YEAR  [1884]. NOTE  Race: White. NOTE  Gender: Male. NOTE  Date of death: March 3, 1884. NOTE  Age at death: 16 years. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1884. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical Society. SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, A. L., parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, E. A., parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, A. L., informant (Father).

[DI3848] Name: «tab»Jas. W. Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»03 Mar 1884 Death Place: «tab»Louisa, Louisa, Virginia Age: «tab»16 Birth Date: «tab»1868 Birthplace: «tab»Louisa County, Virginia Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»A. L. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»E. A. Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07476-9 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2048591 Reference Number: «tab»p171 #20 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRSC-VWT : accessed 7 April 2012), A. L. Nuckolls in entry for Jas. W. Nuckolls (1868).

[DI3854] obit: Mrs. William W. Ashworth Rte. 1, Suwanee, Ga. died Oct. 19. She is survived by her husband; Mr. William W. Ashworth; two daughters, Mrs. Clifford Martin and Mrs. Eldon Boles; two sons, Mr. Duess Ashworth and Mr. Willie L. Ashworth; two brothers, Mr. Theodore Nuckolls and Mr. Willis Nuckolls; 13 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild. Funeral services were held Wednesday, Oct 21, at the Old Field Bapt. Church with Rev. Rowe Bagley officiating. Interment was in the church cemetery.

[NI3856] Father: Thomas Green [Greenie] Smith b. 28 Jun 1861 Mother: Cadero Catherine [Kate] Wheeler b. 16 Sep 1867 in Forsyth Co, Geor gia

[NI3857] Name:    Willis Jefferson Nuchols City:    Not Stated County:    Forsyth State:    Georgia Birthplace:    Georgia Birth Date:    Sep 27 1888 Race:    Caucasian b9/27/1888 Forsyth Co, GA living in Cumming GA, farmer, wife and thr ee       children, imparied in left eye.

[DI3857] Name:  «tab»W J Nuckolls Death Date: «tab»07 Jul 1961 County of Death: «tab»Baldwin Gender: «tab»M Race: «tab»W Age: «tab»72 years County of Residence: «tab»Forsyth Certificate: «tab»14539

[NI3859] s/o Thomas A Ashworth (1858-1919) and Martha Jane Haithcock (1860-1902) h/o Dulcnie Nuckolls (1883-1959) married January 16, 19l0(family Bible) f/o three sons and two daughters Estell Ashworth Martin (1913-2002) Duess Ashworth (1914-1984) Infant son Ashworth (1911-1911)

[DI3859] Obit: In February 1962 paper Mr. William W. Ashworth, Route 1, Suwanee, passed away Feb. 17. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Estell Martin and Mr. Cleo Boles; two sons, Mr. Willie Lee Ashworth and Mr. Duess Ashworth; four sisters, Mrs. Belle Barrett, Mrs. Minnie Mullinax, Mrs. Ollie Stone, and Mrs. Lou Anderson; brother, Mr. Oliver Ashworth; three half-sisters, Mrs. Fannie Mae Jackson, Mrs. Marion Womack, and Mrs. Bertha Elliiot (sic); 13 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Monday, Feb. 19, at 2 o'clock from the Old Field Baptist Church. Rev Rowe Bagley will officiate. Interment, church cemetery.

[NI3864] Name:    Forest Clopton Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Henrico  S tate:    Virginia Birthplace:    Virginia;United States of America  Birth Date:    4 Mar 18 96  Race:    Caucasian Roll:    1984804 June 5 1917 Forrest Clopton Nuckols res Rio Vista # 1 Age 21 born March 4, 1896 Henrico Co, VA Farmer, employed by father in Henrico Co, SHort Pump, VA Single, no dependants, cant serve because of health Med height slender build, brn eyes, dk brn hair Signed Forrest Clopton Nuckols (Application taker signature was a John T Nuckols) U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Forrest Clopton Nuckols Birth Date: 4 Mar 1896 Residence: Henrico, Virginia, Richmond Birth: Henrico, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mrs Forest Clopton Nuckols Self employed Descendants of Forrest from  Eddabb@aol.com November 7, 1971 F C Nuckols Dies; Insurance Firm Leader Forest Clopton Nuckols of Gayton Road in Henrico County, a farmer who served on the State Board of Agriculture, the advisory Board of United Virgin ia Bank and as president of an insurance company, deid in a local hospit al Sunday night. He was 75. Mr Nuckols was a chairman of the Agruculture al Stabalization Board in Henrico County for some years and was preside nt of the Henrico Mutual Fire Insurance Co. He is survived by a daughte r, Mrs Chalres R Davis, Jr of Richmond; two sons, A Page Nuckols of Beaver dam, a member of the Hanover County Supervisors, and Howard D Nuckols of M anakin-Sabot, a member of the Goochland County School Board; a sister, M rs Guelda N Dabney and two brothers, Carlyle P Nuckols and Graham E Nuckol s, all of Richmond. Funeral arrangements were incomplete Monday, but the f amily requests that  in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to charity. The March 2002 Nuckolls Society Newsletter was completely dedicated to t he life of Abner Clopton Nuckols. The following are from that newsletter e dition: The Life of a Great Man Abner Clopton Nuckols was born May 31, 1841 in Goochland Co, Centervill e, Virginia, the son of Joseph Nuckols and Phoebe Watkins. Goochland Co. Wills 1856 to 1879   17 Apr. 1869  will of Joseph Nucko ls of Goochland Co.  Mentions wife Phebe, to which Joseph gives all the la nd on which he now lives plus 25ac on the Rudy Branch and all livestock, f urniture and appliances, after her death to go to son Abner Nuckols.  Mon ey divided between sons, Henry, Jacob, Abner, and Dau. Susan, wife of Benj amin C. Spillez. Also mentions Dau. Martha, wife of Frederick Dabney, Jul ia A., wife of William Winfree, Killy, wife of Isaiah C. Daniel and son Jo seph. Children Pouncy and  Mary, wife of Jacob Willhoir are mentioned sepa rately as that they have already received their inheritance (and we belie ve are from a different wife). Abner Nuckols named executor. Witnesse s, R. G. Parish, Pleasant C. Pollard.  Will proved 3 Sept. 1877. Abner answered the call of his Country when he enlisted May 20, 1861 in Ma nakin as a Private in Co "F" of the 23rd Virginia Infantry, Field and Sta ff Support Division. The Goochland Grays enlisted 21 May 1861 at Manak in by Captain William F. Harrison. They were mustered at Camp Lee. Duri ng the course of the war a total seventy-eight (78) men served in the comp any. Nine (9) officers, nine (9) sergeants, four (4) corporals, fifty-s ix (56) privates. Greatest strength at muster, sixty-three (63) in May - J une 1861, only three (3) men at Appomattox Court House. On May 3, 1861, Virginia's Governor, John Letcher, called for assemb ly of Virginia's Volunteer Companies, and by proclamation entreated the ci tizenry to defend Virginia's borders against a threatened Northern invasio n.  The same day, General Lee began to issue orders to designated counti es and cities to mobilize Virginia volunteers.  He also stated in the orde rs, that as fast as they could be mustered they would then be ordered to r eport to the camp of instruction near Richmond. In late May of 1861, the 23rd Virginia Infantry Regiment was organized a nd began a program of drill and instruction at Camp Lee, located on the cu rrent site of the Richmond Fairgrounds.  Ten companies enlisted for one ye ar.  By the muster of April 1862, Abner was promoted to 2nd Sergeant. He w as Brigade Commissary Sergeant. Abner Clopton Nuckols  was captured July 11, 1864 near Washington, D C. "I have done some poking around to see what was happening near Washingt on on July 11, 1864, the day Grandpa Ab was captured, and found out that w ould have been Gen. Jubal Early's raid on Washington.  In June Lee was fac ing Grant at Cold Harbor and sent Early west to engage federal forces a nd draw support away from Richmond.  Early moved to Lynchburg and then nor th down the Valley, defeating two Union forces on the way. By July 11 th he had crossed into Maryland and was  approaching Washington from the n orthwest.  At the Monocacy River he met Union Gen. Lew Wallace (who wro te Ben Hur) who offered stiff enough resistance to delay Early's advance u ntil  reinforcements from Richmond arrived by water.  In the confusion a nd uncertainty opposing units  often splintered and passed by opposing for ces to find themselves cut off.  I suspect this is what  happened wh en he was captured, wagon-sergeant, at the age of 23 and a long way from h ome." (From great grandson, Bill Davis bildav@montana.com) Abner told stories to his family about eating rats while in prison at Elmi ra. The following is another story told by a prisoner at Elmira. Abner Clo pton Nuckols was released from Elmira Prison on June 14, 1865 and return ed to his home in Goochland County, VA.. He met an married Martha "Matti e" Clarke English on January 20, 1869 in Goochland Co, VA. Martha was bo rn  December 6, 1849, the daughter of Joseph Jackson English and Mart ha E Clarke. The following article was taken from THE SOUTHERN PLANTER, a semi month ly newspaper in Richmond Virginia dated April 1, 1928. Balanced Farming Keeps Five Generations On The Land Dr Bailey, in his delightful book, "The Harvest", suggests that a reco rd be taken of the grandfather farms in existence. His idea is to determi ne the length of time that the same family of people have remained on t he farm. In Henrico County Virginia, there is a great-great grandfather fa rm.... The Fifth Generation Starts Farming This farm is owned by O N Nuckols and it was purchased by his grandfath er in 1849. His grandfather died in 1857 when his father took charge. Mr N uckols and his two sons now run the farm. The seven year old son of Forre st Nuckols enrolled as a member of a 4-H Club with County agent L M Walke r, Jr, thus the fifth generation is taking its place in farming The Fourth Generation Remains On The Land In this day and time when the tendency for boys to leave the farm it is in teresting that two of the three sons of Mr and Mrs Nuckols are remaini ng on the land. It was made possible through making the boys feel that th ey had an important part in the management of the place. There has never b een any actual division of work, livestock or crops. Mr Nuckols said, " We all work together. There is no division of duties. The idea is to ma ke the whole farm a success." I think this explains why the boys have rema ined on the farm. The Farm Is Outstanding This farm of 343.3 acres of which is cleared except about 100 acre s, is an unusual one in many particulars. As one goes about the far m, it is easy to see that it is not an ordinary one. The fence rows, cre ek and ditch banks are clean; the fields not plowed for spring planting a re covered with grass or small grains; there are no piles of manure arou nd the barns, it has been spread uniformly over the fields with manure spr eaders; hog lots are fenced off and properly cropped; water is piped to t he house and barns; individual drinking cups are in the dairy barn; the la nd for spring planting is plowed during the winter; a good herd of dairy c ows is to be seen; wonderfully built mules and mule colts are bred and rai sed; dairy calves and freshening heifers for sale and replacement purpos es are found; the smokehouse is filled with well-smoked pork; in Februa ry the firewood for next year is already provided; bluegrass pastures a re thriving; there is an abundance of corn, oats, stover, hay and grain; w ell housed machinery necessary for all farm operations is found; and hospi tality in an abundance is dispensed in a well-ordered home. Balanced Farming The Feature I asked County Agent Walker, what, in his opinion, was the outstanding cha racteristic of the Nuckols farm. He replied, "Diversification-they produ ce practically everything they use." There is always something to sell. Im proved methods of farming that have proved to be successful are followe d. There is no hurry, but things get done. The home is well provided fo r. Livestock raising is combined with crop production and there is near ly always crop and livestock to sell. Conditions are such as one could exp ect to find on a well-managed, efficiently operated farm that is made to p ay its expenses and return a profit. There is no lavish expenditure of fun ds, each dollar spent is made to show a profitable return. In my opinio n, one of the greatest factors of Mr Nuckols' success is shown by one of h is last statements he made before Mr Walker and I left. IN speaking of hir ed hands, he said, "The important thing to determine is how a man balanc es up. Every man has both faults and good traits." He has the ability to m anage men. There is no greater attribute a man can possess when it com es to running a farm successfully. When I remarked upon their improved type of poultry house, Mr Nuckols to ld me that one of his sons had attended a short course at Blacksburg and w hen he came back, he built the poultry house. One of his sons managed t he farm of the Reform School at Maidens Virginia for a few months. He fou nd out there that dairying was a profitable business. He returned to his f athers farm and started a dairy which is proving to be very remunerative. Profitable Dairy Herd The dairy herd last February consisted of thirty cows in milk, ten strippe rs and eight dry cows. They are mostly Holsteins but there are some Guerns eys. Twenty-five of the cows are pure-bred and the others good grade s. Mr Nuckols stated that when he first started in the dairy business he s aved but a small percentage of his calves as he kept the calves only fr om the best cows. He has built his herd up to the point where he can ke ep practically all of the calves as all of his cows are high producers. He has a modern thirty-cow dairy barn, silos and the necessary arrangemen ts for cooling and aerating the milk. The individual drinking cups for t he cows supply water in abundance at all times. The cows are fed a twenty- three percent commercial dairy feed. The roughages used are shredded co rn stover, soybeans, alfalfa and mixed hays. The cows are run on a sixty a cre bluegrass pasture. This pasture is ten years and is getting better ea ch year. Mr Nuckols sends on the average, ninety-five gallons of milk p er day to the Richmond market. The regular farm hands and Mr Nuckols and h is sons do the milking. However, one man, A H Fuller, gives his entire ti me to looking after the cows and the young dairy stock. He takes great pri de in the herd and is not satisfied unless each animal gets the best of ca re. Sale of Cows Gives Good Returns Mr Nuckols sells about twelve fresh cows each year. Is saves all heifer ca lves and keeps them until they freshen. Some are then sold and some are ad ded to the herd. The sale of fresh cows is an important source of inco me to the farm..... Cows Replace Tobacco Mr Nuckols raised tobacco until six or seven years ago. He stopped raisi ng it because of the method of selling. "There is no competition in buyin g. Nobody wants it but the tobacconists. It is not true with other farm co mmodities. There are a number of people who want them. Tobacco from one pi le when sold in different lots on the same floor the same day often broug ht me entirely different prices", stated Mr Nuckols. He stopped raising to bacco and went into the dairy business. "It makes a man work every day. Ho wever, it is more profitable than the other kinds of farming. That is t he reason I went into it. One of the biggest assets of a dairy herd is th at it helps to build up the land. The feed produced can be fed and the man ure returned to the place." Superior Mules Raised Mr Nuckols has a hobby. It is raising mule colts. He has two pure-bred Mam moth Jacks. There are no better bred individuals to be found. He now has e ight yearling mule colts, six coming two, and three coming three. The appe arance of these animals shows that they are of superior breeding. Mr Nucko ls has been raising mules all his life and will continue to so even thou gh for the last five years there has been but little profit in them. (Ab's ggrandaugher Betty Nuckols (Abner,Stuart,Berger) in Virginia is th at in the early 1900's Uncle Stuart would send out a buggy leading a ja ck to make the rounds of farms to breed mares that were in season.  Duri ng the same period my grandfather Forrest, living about six miles away w as sent out by his father Oscar, to do the same thing.  To have two such c losely related families engaged in the same business almost as competito rs while they were trading farm work seems a bit unusual.  I wonder, but w ill never know,  if they worked together to coordinate their rounds.  Wh at it does show is that they dealt with horses and mules on a commodity ba sis.  I have seen my grandfather glance at a group of twenty or so loose h orses and instantly give a rundown of the pluses and minuses of each on e.  As commissary sergeant Ab would have had to organize large groups of m en, wagons, and livestock, and I think that legacy was probably pass ed on to his descendants, even to me, however diluted.  In my first yea rs here in Montana I got a job packing mules for an outfitter, mostly on t he basis of a simple statement that "I knew stock".  Years later I was to ld by that outfitter that I was the best hand with mules that he ever ha d.  But it was nothing that I did, or had to work at.  It was just a w ay of walking and moving that I had received from those earlier ones who h ad to be good at it to survive.)Bill Davis, great great grandson of Abn er Clopton Nuckols Jan 2003 Hogs Raised on Pasture Mr Nuckols keeps six or seven sows. He finds it more profitable to sell we aning pigs than to keep and fatten them. Only a few farmers raise pi gs in this section. He grazes his hogs on alfalfa, clover mixture, soybea ns and rape. He keeps mostly pure-bred Durocs. He raises all his own por k. Last fall 4,200 pounds of pork was saved for his own use. The article goes on to say how he raises his own feed, uses good varietie s, and profits from Alfalfa. The yield of the crops are well above avera ge for the state. Manure is hauled out every day and they own machinery f or every operation. Attractive House The house is at least 150 years old and it is typical of the houses bui lt during that period. It is attractively furnished and has running wat er and bathroom fixtures. It is here that the influence of Mrs Nucko ls is seen and her part in making the farming operation successful is n ot difficult to realize. Influential Citizen Mr Nuckols is not only a good farmer....he is an influential citize n. He is respected in his community. When the good of the community is con cerned he is ready to serve and is generally called on. He has been a memb er of the County Board of Supervisors for eighteen years and was manag er of road construction for seventeen years prior to being made a supervis or. It is easy to see how this farm has become as great-great-grandfath er farm. It is no wonder than five generations have remained on the land. Abner Nuckols died November 1, 1924, exactly three months and eleven da ys after the death of Mattie. His pastor, T N Moody In Johnson Springs, Vi rginia wrote this eulogy...   A GOOD MAN GONE TO HIS REWARD The subject of this sketch, Abner C Nuckols, was born May 31, 1841. He dep arted this life, to enter upon the better and fuller life on November 1, 1 924, fulfilling four score and three years with the richness and nobili ty of Christian manhood. He lived his entire life and died in the ho me in which he was born; which is located on a large productive farm in t he eastern portion of Goochland county, VA. This farm was owned and the ho use built by his Grandfather Nuckols, about 150 years ago, and has pass ed down to his posterity until now the fifth generation is being rear ed in the home, which is a stately two-story brick building of colonial ty pe.*(located on the road from Goochland Baptist Church to Centervill e, no longer standing, 9-8-2001). Brother Nuckols was married Jan 20 1869, to Miss Hattie Clark Englis h, a daughter of J J English, of Richmond, VA. To this happy union there w ere five sons and three daughters born, six of whom remain to mourn the lo ss they have sustained in the death of their father. They are Mrs H M Nuck ols, Mason Nuckols, and Lawton Nuckols, of Richmond, Mrs O N Nuckols, of H enrico county, and B D Nuckols, and Stuart Nuckols, of Goochland County. He was blessed with the living and faithful companionship of his wife unt il just fifteen weeks before his death, when she crossed over to await h is coming and to greet him in their heavenly home. He answered the ca ll of his country and gave five of the best years of his life to the cau se of the confederacy, where he made for himself an enviable record of loy alty to the cause and a faithful soldier. Immediately after the surrend er he returned to the old homestead and took up farming for a life's occup ation, finally purchasing all interests in the plantation and made marvelo us success at his chosen vocation. Early in his life he was converted and joined Goochland Baptist Churc h, of which he remained a member until his death. He served his chur ch in the capacity of both deacon and treasurer, and taught a Sunday-Scho ol class for more than forty years. It is a common expression to hear m en of middle age say of him , "He was my Sunday-School teacher when I w as a young man.". He was ever loyal to his church and was faithful in atte ndance upon its worship. He loved the gospel and allowed only adverse circ umstances to hinder his attendance upon its proclamation. His consecrati on was superb, but of an unassuming and humble type. In public worsh ip he was reserved, and yet there always radiated from his presence and in fluence that gave strength to an assembly. In his life, as a Christian, as a citizen, as the head of a househol d, as a neighbor and as a friend, he built for himself a monument that wi ll perpetuate his name and influence forever. He numbered his friends with his acquaintances. He never spake evil of a ny man, but believed thee was something good in every one. He never frown ed upon the most wayward, but always had a smile and a pleasant word for a ll. In him purity and truth seemed to be tangible things, for he lived pure a nd spake true. His father subscribed for the Religious Herald immediately after it was e stablished, and he continued the subscription throughout his life, so th at the herald has been a weekly visitor in the home through all the yea rs of its existence. He was a faithful reader of the paper and loved to pu rsue its pages second only to his Bible. It was the writer's privilege to know Brother Nuckols for a period of on ly five years, but I know that my life, as is true in the lives of all w ho knew him, has been made better and richer in Christian graces by havi ng been associated with him. His funeral was conducted by the writer, in his home, from whence his rem ains were borne to the family burying ground on the old homestead, and gen tly placed beside those of his companion, there peacefully to sleep till t he resurrection morning. "His spirit with a bound left its encumbering clay,      His tent at sunrise, on the ground, a darkened ruin lay."   "But as the sun in all his state illumined the eastern skies,   He passed through Glory's morning gate and walks in paradise."

[DI3866] Richmond Times July 4, 1902 Mrs Emma St Clair Dead Mrs Emma Nuckols St Clair wife of Mr J T St Clair, died at her residence in Goochland county, July 2nd, at 11 p.m. in the 40th year of her age. She leaves besides her husband, her father, Mr J W Nuckols of Henrico county, one sister Mrs R F Carden of Hanover county and five brothers- Mssrs H M H J and Dr M E Nuckols of Richmond, Va; C J and O W Nuckols of Henrico county. The funeral will take place from the residence of her father today at 2 p.m Richmond Times 7/6/1902 Barn Burned By Lightning Death of Mrs Emma Nuckols St Clair Mrs Emma Nuckols St. Clair wife of Mr Thadeus St Clair died at her home Wednesday night. The remains were interred yesterday in the family burying ground. Mrs St Clair was a sister of Mr Jake Nuckols of Henrico. She leaves besides a husband and father, one sister Mrs Robert Carden and Mssrs Oscar and Courtland Nuckols of Henrico, Mrsses Hartwell, Howard and Dr Marion Nuckols of Richmond are her brothers. Her mother died about a month ago.

[DI3867] Richmond Times Dispatch 5/23/1927 hartwell M nuckols died suddenly yesterday at his home 3205 Kensington Ave. he is survived by his wife Mrs mabel L Nuckols and three brothers; C J and O N of Henrico County and dr M E Nuckols of this city. Funeral services will be conducted from the residence this afternoon at 3.

[NI3869] Partner-Hennings & Nuckols, Farm Implement Dealer, Richmond VA

[DI3869] Richmond Times Dispatch 3/24/1924 well Known Business Man Dies at Miami, FL Howard J Nuckols, vice-president of Hening and Nuckols, Inc who lived at 1034 West Grace St died yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Miami, Fl following and illness of less than a week. Dr marvin Nuckols, a brother, and the son, H S Nuckols, left sat night for the bedside of Mr Nuckols who was taken sick Monday. Mr Nuckols was a well-known business man of Richmond. He had been a member of the firm of Henings and Nuckols for the past twenty years. He was a member of Broad Street Methodist Church. Besides his wife, who was Miss catherine Stiles of Petersburg, Mr Nuckols is survived by one son, harold Stiles Nuckols; four brothers, H M, Dr Marvin, Oscar and Courtland Nuckols, all of Richmond. While no funeral arrangements have been maed, the body will be brought to Richmond Richmond Times Dispatch 3/25/1924 The body of Howard J Nuckols, 1034 West Grace St, well-known Richmond business man, who died Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at Miami, FL, left Miami yesterday afternoon at 6:40 o'clock and will arrive at Richmond tomorrow morning. Mr Nuckols who was vice-president of Hening and Nuckols Inc, had been sick for less than a week. No arrangements have been made for the funeral. Richmond Times Dispatch 3/26/1924 The funeral of Howard J Nuckols who died Sunday at Miami FL and whose body reached richmond this morning at 2 o'clock probably will be held tomorrow, relatives stated. Mr Nuckols was welll known in business circles having been connected with the firm of henings and Nuckols Inc of which he was vice-president for twenty-eight years. Richmond Times Dispatch 4/18//1924 The estate of the late Howard J Nuckols, valued at $130,034, in accordance with a will probated in Chauncery Court, left to the widow, katherine S Nuckols and a son Howard S Nuckols. The American Trust Company and Mrs Nuckols qualified as executors of the will. Mr Nuckols died at Miami FL in March. The will was dated Dec 2, 1919.

[NI3870] Parents JAMES BAKER and NANCY EARNEST Grandparents CHARLES BAKER and ELIZABETH LOYAL More Baker geneaolgy http://genforum.genealogy.com/baker/messages/2179.html

[XI3870] Brandon Cemetery,  Sec 3C

[NI3872] J. R. NUCKLES Funeral services will be held at the family residence on Sou th Jefferson St. for Mr. J. R. NUCKOLS who died Tuesday morning.The Rev. D r. J. G. COTHRAN pastor of the first Baptist Church will be in charge. Int erment will take place in Cedar Hill Cemetery.Mr. NUCKOLS was born in All en County May 9, 1857 and was a son of Mr. and Mrs. William NUCKOLS.He w as married in 1887 to Miss Mary HAINES of Allen County.He was a reside nt of the Cedar Bluff community for many years. Three of his seven childr en survive him: Clyde and Virgil who are well known local residents and Wi lliam, of Poccatello, Idaho. Three children died in infancy and one son, A ndy, gave his life for his country dying in action on the battle fiel ds of France.Following Mrs. NUCKOL's death in 1920, Mr. NUCKOLS was unit ed in marriage to Mrs. Mary McELROY DAWSON who survives him, with the so ns of the former marriage.Active pall bearers will be John S. McBRIDE, Sr ., Councilman A. W. JONES, W. W. WHITIS, ERnest CHILDRESS, William LARK IN and John PETERS. Honorary pall bearers will be Fred S. PICKERING, Lesl ie C. CASH, Dr. W.L. CASH, John STEVENS, E.W. LENEAVE, Reece TAYLOR, Fra nk MULLIGAN, Dr. W. P. MORSE, Earle ADAMS, Fenton TAYLOR and Willie GALLIH ER. submitted by: Kerry Howard From the Princeton, Ky Leader (between 1930-1940)

[DI3872] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 about J R Nuckols Name: «tab»J R Nuckols Death Date: «tab»15 Mar 1938 Death Location: «tab»Caldwell Residence Location: «tab»Caldwell Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Location: «tab»Allen, Kentucky Spouse's Name: «tab»Mrs Mary Nuckols Father's Name: «tab»William Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia

[XI3872] 80-10-6

[DI3874] Name:  «tab»Virgil E Nuckols Death Date: «tab»1 May 1947 Death Location: «tab»Caldwell Residence Location: «tab»Caldwell Age: «tab»66y 7m 0d SS# 400-09-4978 Gender: «tab»Male; Married Ethnicity: «tab»White; Occ Rock Driller Birth Date: «tab»30 Sep 1880 Birth Location: «tab»Allen, Kentucky Spouse's Name: «tab»Huel Nuckols Spouse's Age: «tab»55 Father's Name: «tab»Jim Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Allen, Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Hines Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Allen, Kentucky Informant Mrs Huel Nuckols, Princeton, KY COD Suicide by firearms

[NI3875] The Times Leader Princeton Kentucky May 23, 1992 Funeral services for Mrs. Huel Childress Nuckols, of Hilltop Nursing Hom e, will be held Sunday, May 24th, at 1:00 p.m. at Morgan's Funeral Home wi th Dr. Bill Tichenor officiating, assisted by the Rev. Bobby McIntosh. Bur ial will follow in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Princeton, Ky. Mrs. Nuckols, age 1 00, died Tuesday, May 19th, at 9:15 a.m. at Hilltop Nursing Home in Kuttaw a. Born August 16th 1891, in Caldwell County, she was a daughter of the la te Charles D. and Permelia Ann Boaz Childress. She was preceded in dea th by her husband, Virgil E. Nuckols, in 1947. A retired lunchroom supervi sor, Mrs. Nuckols was a member of the 1917 Drum And Bugle Corps of Princet on during World War I. A charter member of Princeton's Woman's Club, Ameri can Legion Auxiliary, Rose and Garden Club, Kentucky Pioneers (Ancesto rs in Ky prior to 1800 ) and Caldwell County Hospital Auxiliary. In 193 6, she organized Friendship Homemakers Club and she and her late husband e stablished Cedar Bluff subscription school and also assumed the financi al construction of Cedar Bluff Baptist Church. She was a life honorary mem ber of the American Legion Auxiliary and the United Daughters Of The Confe deracy. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. William W. (Mary Ann) Willi s, of Princeton, and Mrs. Eugene D. (Oma Dell) Cook, of Fenton, Missour i; three grandchildren, Lieutenant-Colonel U.S. Army, retired, Willi am W. Willis Jr. of Woodbridge, Va., James V. Willis, of Carrollton, Texa s, and Oma Jean Cook, of Denver, Colorado; and five great-grandchildren a nd two great-great-grandchildren. Also surviving are one niece and two nep hews.

[NI3878] Called "Mamp Rene" by her grandchildren, weighed less than 100lb when marr ied, was very pretty, soft brown eyes and dark, naturally curly hair, qui te a horsewoman, sidesaddle handed down to great-granddaughter Elaine Nuck ols NUCKOLS- Mrs Irene Nuckols, widow of Oscar N Nuckols, passed away at her h ome in Henrico County July 11, 1957. She is survived by a daughter Mrs Gue lda N Dabney; three sons, Forest C, Carlyle P and Graham E Nuckols; one si ster Mrs Mabel Jockett of Richmond; also seven grandchildren. The remai ns are resting at the Bennett's Funeral Home, where the funeral services w ill be held Saturday, July 13, 1957 atr 2 p.m.. Interment to be in Rivervi ew Cemetery. Please omit flowers

[NI3879] 1888 Goochland Co, Records Principal Farmers JOHNSON'S SPRINGS B. C. Ford, A. C. Nuckols, A. B. Nuckols, Joseph P. Harr is, Robert Shepherd, William J. Mills, A. V. Taylor, R. L. Brooking, W m. G. Massie, Joseph R. Pleasants, A. P. Gathright, David O'Conell, Jo hn W. Harris. Sgt.,Co.F. F&S. Enl.5/20/61 Manakin as pvt.,4th Sgt. by muster 10/61. Reen l. 3 yrs. and 3rd sgt. muster 12/61. 2nd sgt. muster 4/62. Brigade commiss ary sgt  from 1/63. Except leave 11-12/62, present continuously 7/61 unt il captured 7/11 /64 near Washington DC. Sent to Old Capitol Prison, 7/12/ 64, trf. Elmira 7/23/ 64. Released on oath 6/14/65. 5'7 1/2", fair comple x, dark hair, hazel eyes. Family legend says he told tales of eating ra ts at Elmira. Enlisted as a Sergeant 4th Class on 20 May 1861       Enlisted in Compa ny F, 23rd Infantry Regiment Virginia on 20 May 1861.       On rol ls on 15 July 1861       Promoted to Full Sergeant 3rd Class on 15 Decemb er 1861 (Estimated day)       Reenlisted in Company F, 23rd Infantry Regim ent Virginia on 15 December       1861       Promoted to Full Sergeant 2 nd Class on 15 April 1862 (Estimated day)       Furloughed on 15 Novemb er 1862       Transfered on 15 January 1863 from company F to compa ny S       Promoted to Full Brgd Comm Sergt on 15 January 1863 (Estimat ed day)       POW on 11 July 1864 at Washington, DC       Confined on 12 J uly 1864 at Old Capitol Prison, Washington, DC       Transferred on 23 Ju ly 1864 at Elmira, NY       Oath Allegiance on 14 June 1865 at Elmir a, NY (Released)       fair complexion, hazel eyes with dark hair. He w as 5 feet 7 inches tall. Civil War Records Ancestry.com Virginia Nuckols, Abner C, 23rd Infantry, Co F Goochland Grays F & S is for Field& Staff The Goochland Grays enlisted 21 May 1861 at Manakin by Captain Willi am F. Harrison. They were mustered at Camp Lee. During the course of the w ar a total seventy-eight (78) men served in the company. Nine (9) officer s, nine (9) sergeants, four (4) corporals, fifty-six (56) privates. Greate st strength at muster, sixty-three (63) in May - June 1861, only three ( 3) men at Appomattox Court House. History of the 23rd On May 3, 1861, Virginia's Governor, John Letcher, called for assemb ly of Virginia's Volunteer Companies, and by proclamation entreated the t he citizenry to defend Virginia's borders against a threatened Northern in vasion.  The same day, General Lee began to issue orders to designated cou nties and cities to mobilize Virginia volunteers.  He also stated in the o rders, that as fast as they could be mustered they would then be order ed to report to the camp of instruction near Richmond. In late May of 1861, the 23rd Virginia Infantry Regiment was organized a nd began a program of drill and instruction at Camp Lee, located on the cu rrent site of the Richmond Fairgrounds.  Ten companies enlisted for one ye ar. Acting Company Commanders Nuckolls, Abner C. Enlisted 20 May 1861 at Manakin for one year as privat e. 4th Sergeant by muster of October 1861. 3rd Sergeant by muster of Decem ber 1861. 2nd Sergeant at muster of April 1862. I have done some poking around to see what was happening near Washingt on on July 11, 1864, the day Grandpa Ab was captured, and found out that would have been Gen. Jub al Early's raid on Washington.  In June Lee was facing Grant at Cold Harbor and sent Early we st to engage federal forces and draw support away from Richmond.  Early moved to Lynchburg a nd then north down the Valley, defeating two Union forces on the way. By July 11th he had cross ed into Maryland and was approaching Washington from the northwest.  At the Monocacy River he met U nion Gen. Lew Wallace (who wrote Ben Hur) who offered stiff enough resistance to delay E arly's advance until reinforcements from Richmond arrived by water.  In the confusion and uncer tainty opposing units often splintered and passed by opposing forces to find themselve cut of f.  I suspect this is what happened when he was captured, wagon-sergeant, at the age of 23 and a lo ng way from home.                                            A GOOD MAN GONE TO HIS REWARD The subject of this sketch, Abner C Nuckols, was born May 31, 1841. He dep arted this life, to enter upon the better and fuller life on November 1, 1 924, fulfilling four score and three years with the richness and nobili ty of Christian manhood. He lived his entire life and died in the ho me in which he was born; which is located on a large productive farm in t he eastern portion of Goochland county, VA. This farm was owned and the ho use built by his Grandfather Nuckols, about 150 years ago, and has pass ed down to his posterity until now the fifth generation is being rear ed in the home, which is a stately two-story brick building of colonial ty pe.*(located on the road from Goochland Baptist Church to Centervill e, no longer standing, 9-8-2001). Brother Nuckols was married Jan 20 1869, to Miss Hattie Clark Englis h, a daughter of J J English, of Richmond, VA. To this happy union there w ere five sons and three daughters born, six of whom remain to mourn the lo ss they have sustained in the death of their father. They are Mrs H M Nuck ols, Mason Nuckols, and Lawton Nuckols, of Richmond, Mrs O N Nuckols, of H enrico county, and B D Nuckols, and Stuart Nuckols, of Goochland County. He was blessed with the living and faithful companionship of his wife unt il just fifteen weeks before his death, when she crossed over to await h is coming and to greet him in their heavenly home. He answered the ca ll of his country and gave five of the best years of his life to the cau se of the confederacy, where he made for himself an enviable record of loy alty to the cause and a faithful soldier. Immediately after the surrend er he returned to the old homestead and took up farming for a life's occup ation, finally purchasing all interests in the plantation and made marvelo us success at his chosen vocation. Early in his life he was converted and joined Goochland Baptist Churc h, of which he remained a member until his death. He served his chur ch in the capacity of both deacon and treasurer, and taught a Sunday-Scho ol class for more than forty years. It is a common expression to hear m en of middle age say of him , "He was my Sunday-School teacher when I w as a young man.". He was ever loyal to his church and was faithful in atte ndance upon its worship. He loved the gospel and allowed only adverse circ umstances to hinder his attendance upon its proclamation. His consecrati on was superb, but of an unassuming and humble type. In public worsh ip he was reserved, and yet there always radiated from his presence and in fluence that gave strength to an assembly. In his life, as a Christian, as a citizen, as the head of a househol d, as a neighbor and as a friend, he built for himself a monument that wi ll perpetuate his name and influence forever. He numbered his friends with his acquaintances. He never spake evil of a ny man, but believed thee was something good in every one. He never frown ed upon the most wayward, but always had a smile and a pleasant word for a ll. In him purity and truth seemed to be tangible things, for he lived pure a nd spake true. His father subscribed for the Religious Herald immediately after it was e stablished, and he continued the subscription throughout his life, so th at the herald has been a weekly visitor in the home through all the yea rs of its existence. He was a faithful reader of the paper and loved to pu rsue its pages second only to his Bible. It was the writer's privilege to know Brother Nuckols for a period of on ly five years, but I know that my life, as is true in the lives of all w ho knew him, has been made better and richer in Christian graces by havi ng been associated with him. His funeral was conducted by the writer, in his home, from whence his rem ains were borne to the family burying ground on the old homestead, and gen tly placed beside those of his companion, there peacefully to sleep till t he resurrection morning.                   "His spirit with a bound left its encumbering clay,                              His tent at sunrise, on the ground, a darken ed ruin lay."                           "But as the sun in all his state illumined the e astern skies,                       He passed through Glory's morning gate and wal ks in paradise." By his pastor, T N Moody, Johnson Springs, VA Descendant Info: Davis, Bill P O Box 209 Frenchtown, MT 59834-0209 bildav@montana.com Ex- Jan 2002

[NI3881] Nathan was the oldest son of Joseph and Elizabeth, being born October 2, 1821. It is possible that he was named after his grandfather Nathan Smith and, if his middle name was William, that he was named for both grandfathers.  He was baptized at Buckingham Baptist Church on September 17, 1843.  He appears on the 1850 Buckingham County Census with his father and again on the 1860 Buckingham County Census, still single, with his sister Eliza Ann. There is no indication that he ever married.  The military records for the Civil War show that he enlisted as a private in the 57th Regiment of the Virginia Infantry, Co A, on September 25, 1863 at Kinston, North Carolina. He was captured at Five Forks on April 2, 1865 and became a prisoner of war at Point Lookout, Maryland, where he died on June 12, 1865.  The Nuckols Family Bible states that he died on June 4, 1865. In the Circuit Court of Buckingham County, April 1870, a suit was brought by Samuel D. Holman and Eliza Ann, his wife, against Charles J. Nuckols, Benjamin F. Nuckols, Richard Nuckols, J. J. Snoddy, Louisa Snoddy, Bettie Snoddy, Ella Snoddy, Alex Smith and Henrietta, his wife, G. P. Agee and Mary, his wife, Chatham Towers and Sallie, his wife, Reed Nuckols, Hen ry Nuckols, Louisa Nuckols and Joseph Nuckols, the last three together with Louisa, Bettie and Ella Snoddy infants under the age of twenty one years.  It was ordered that Nathan's will, which had been lost in the fire that destroyed the courthouse, be reestablished and stated that the original will left all of his possessions to his sister Eliza Ann Nuckols.  Thus it can be ascertained that Nathan did not marry or leave any heirs but his brothers and sisters. [Sources: Buckingham County records, Civil War Confederate records] Enlisted as a Private on 25 September 1863 Enlisted in Company A, 57th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 25 September 186 3. On rolls on 15 October 1864 POW on 01 April 1865 at Five Forks, VA Confined on 05 April 1865 at Point Lookout, MD died debility POW Company A, 57th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 12 June 18 65 in Point Lookout, MD

[NI3882] Not found in the 1880 census. A search in the neighborhood of the neighbo rs of 1870, going house to house in 1880 showed Charles was not enumerate d. It is doubtful he moved. Charles' death record, BVS Death Records for Buckingham County, confirms t hat he was the son of Joseph and Elizabeth Nuckols.  He was baptized on Oc tober 14, 1841 at Buckingham Baptist Church per church record. The spelli ng of the name consistantly was recorded in the census with One "L". From The Brooks of Virginia by Grace Montgomery Edwards, Gateway Press, Ba ltimore, MD 1985 pg189 lists date of death 6/16/1893 Subject: Charles Nuckols Place Location:.8 mile east of Johnson's station, Virginia, on Route #622; then ce north .8 mile leading to the house. Date: about 1800 Owners: Joseph Nuckols 1800-1845; Charles Nuckols 1845-1891; Mrs Clara Nuc kols Wren 1891- Description: The original house is known to be very old but no definite information cou ld be obtained since the records were destroyed by fire. The present own er is eighty-two years old and she says the dat e"1800" was inscrib ed on a rock near their back door when she was a shild; her mother havi ng told her it was thought to be the date that the house was built. Only t hree rooms of the original house is visible, as the home has been remodel ed considerably. The foundation , chimneys and a part of the weatherboardi ng is the original. Four rooms were added and the oroginal upstari rooms w ere raised about 1923. From the small square front porch through large s ix panel doors, one enters into a broad hallway. A lovely wide winding sta irway leads to the second floor. To the right of the hall is a large livi ng room and to the righ t of the hall is a large living room, and to the l eft is a very much smaller room used as a bedroom. These are the origin al rooms and very few changes have been made to them; nor to the basemen t. Modern mantels and windows were put in these large rooms which are plas tered with three foot wainscoting. This home was built originally of hea rt pine, put together with wood pegs and shop  made nails and spikes. T he corner posts were hewn our of large trees. In remodeling the house it w as very difficult to tear the original rafters and other timbers down as t hey were so securely put together. Some were mortised in while others we re put together with wooden pegs and large shop made nails or spikes. The re are not any of the original outbuildings standing. Informatns; Mrs Clara Wren, Wealthia VA, Miss Lucy Smith, Wealthia, VA Enlisted as a Private on 22 August 1863 Enlisted in Company K, 4th Cavalry Regiment Virginia on 22 August 186 Absent on 14 October 1863 (Absent on horse detail) Wounded on 15 September 1864 (Estimated day, wounded in right breas t)       Hospitalized on 20 September 1864 at Charlottesville, VA Hospl (E stimated day) Paroled on 15 April 1865 at Farmville, VA (Estimated day) (The 4th Virginia Cavalry -- composed of companies from Prince William, Ch esterfield, Madison, Culpeper, Powhatan, Goochland, Hanover, Warrenton, a nd Buckingham counties - served from First Manassas to Appomattox Court Ho use [never surrendering its colors] participating in every major battle a nd campaign which involved the Army of Northern Virginia; producing thr ee brigadier generals. )

[NI3883] He was not found in the 1850 Buckingham County Census.  No further informa tion found.  However, the suit concerning Nathan Nuckols' will did not li st Wiatt Nuckols as an heir.  Apparently, he was dead by 1870, leavi ng no heirs.

[DI3884] Name: «tab»Barbary Snoddy Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»15 Apr 1866 Death Place: «tab»Buckingham, Virginia Age: «tab» Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Buckingham Occupation: «tab»House Work Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»J. J. Snoddy Father's Name: «tab»Jos. Nuckolds Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B06995-7 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2056973 Reference Number: «tab»p 95 l 10 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X51X-4JG : accessed 14 April 2012), Jos. Nuckolds in entry for Barbary Snoddy.

[NI3885] Joseph appears on the personal property tax lists for 1848, 1849, and 1850 in Buckingham County.  However, he is not in the census in 1850.  He may h ave moved to anotherarea.  Since no children were listed in the suit conce rning the will of Nathan Nuckols, we can assumehe left no heirs. [Sources: Nuckols Family Bible, Buckingham County records]

[NI3886] He does not appear in the 1850 Buckingham County Census; however, in 186 0, he is living with his younger brother Robert.  On May 29, 1861, he enli sted with his brother Benjamin in Co F, 29th Virginia Infantry.  It was re ported that he died of pneumonia on March 17, 1863, at home.  Since very f ew death records exist for the civil war period, no proof exists of his pa rents.  His presence on the personal property tax lists, his enlistment wi th Benjamin, his sharing a home with Robert, and finally his name in the f amily Bible certainly prove his relationship.  John appears as "John S." a nd "John B." interchangeably.  It is possible that John was John Silas Nuc kols. (Or John Bias Nuckols) Enlisted as a Private on 29 May 1861 Enlisted in Company A, 57th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 29 May 1861 Enlisted in Company F, 20th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 29 May 1861. (Conflicting info) Absent, sick on 15 December 1861 On rolls on 15 February 1863 Died of disease Company A, 57th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 17 March 1863 in Petersburg, VA Hosp [Sources: Nuckols Family Bible, Buckingham County census records, Civil W ar Confederate records] 1860 Census Buckingham Co, New Canton, VA -pg 922 John Nuckols  29 William Childress 24 Robert Nuckols, 17  ( who is this Robert?) Nuckols, John B  ACW  M      Buckingham  Army  Private  Died of Disease  3 /17/1863  Hospital Petersburg, Virginia   KK  Pneumonia; Company F, 20th V irginia Infantry

[NI3887] Notes for Richard Nuckolls: According to his obituary Richard and Mary Ann and infant son Joseph le ft Buckingham in the fall of 1855 with a party headed for Texas.  They agr eed to spend the winter in Abingdon, Washington County, Va. However,before the time of departure arrived they decided to locate perman ently in Washington County. Richard bought a farm just west of Wallace (pr obably known then as Wallace Switch on the Louisville and Nashville Railro ad).  Wallace is not more than 4 or 5 miles northeast of Bristol on highw ay 11 on the way to Abingdon. Although the obituary stated that Richard bought land it did not say whe n.  The first deed for a land purchase recorded in Washington county was A ug. 28, 1860 when he bought 2 tracts of land containing 156 acres for $2,0 00 from Andrew and Mahalh Brown. (Washington Deed Book 25--pages 165, 166 .)  He purchased 5 more acres for $40 Oct. 2, 1860. There is no indication of a farm unless it was rented.  Richard and also h is mother-in-law did own slaves in 1859.  A female slave named Ella died M arch 7, 1850 of fever, owner Mary G. Bondurant reported by Mary A. Nuckoll s. And a female slave named Elizabeth was born Sept. 20, 1859, owner Richa rd Nuckolls. The 1860 Washington County, Va. Census showed Richard now a man of 29 a nd Mary 29, Joseph 5, Richard Frank 3, Eugene 1 and on page 310 in the Wes tern District on September 1860 at the Buffalo Pond Post Office.  His re al estate was valued at $3000 and personal  property at $6,000.  Pleasa nt L. Bondurant age 33 and John W. Bondurant age 31 were shown as farme rs living in the same household each with personal estates of $4000. The same census shows Mariontine M. Bondurant, farmer age 35 and Margar et age 22 living nearby with personal property valued at $4000. When the Civil War came,  Richard enlisted as a 4th Sgt. of Capt. D. O. Ru sh's Co. Virginia Volunteers, later Company E., 63rd Regiment Virginia Inf antry on March 26, 1862,  and served during the entire four years. On August 22, 1870 shortly after the Homestead Act was passed he declar ed his intention to claim a homestead exemption on 122 acres valued at $1, 098. According to his obituary "He was elected magistrate of his civil distri ct in Washinton County and served in that capacity for many years, with cr edit to himself and satisfaction to the people." March 1884 Richard and his wife sold 45 acres adjoining their farm for $6 00 to M. M. Bondurant as recorded in Deed Book 41 page 376. November 1, 1884 they sold 125 acres to William Eads for $2,000 with $1,3 00 down and two notes of $350 each as recorded in Deed Book 43, pages 1 64 and 165.  It was at this time that Richard and Mary Ann are believ ed to have moved to Bristol or to Indian Springs, Tennessee. On August 12, 1890 Richard bought 118 acres of land in Sullivan County, T N. for $1,900 from S.P. Willis, the same land that Mr. Willis had purchas ed from the estate of Jesse N. Brown March 14, 1884. The land was ne xt to John. W. Cox of Cox's Cemetery. Mrs. Willis appeared before the cle rk "Privately and apart from her husband, the said N.J. Willis acknowledg ed the execution of the said deed to have been done by her fully, voluntar ily and understandingly without compulsion or constraint from her said hus band." According to Mrs. Walter Nuckolls of Bristol, TN., Richard later lived wi th his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Mary Alice wife of Joseph Nuckolls the fir st son of Richard and Mary Ann.  He died on Sunday morning at 6:35 o'clo ck August 28, 1910 at her home at the corner of Hill and Tenth Street s.  He had been in declining health for some time, due largely to old ag e, but his last illness was of short duration. "The funeral services were conducted from the residence Monday morni ng at 8:00 o'clock, by Rev. L.W. Pierce, assisted by Rev. C.T. Taylor.  T he remains were interred in Cox Cemetery, at Indian Springs, some 16 mil es west of Bristol and 7 miles west of Blountville.  The funeral cortege l eft Bristol for Indian Springs reaching the cemetery early in the afternoo n.  A large number of people accompanied the remains from Bristol, and a g reat many friends and neighbors of the deceased in the vicinity of Indi an Springs attended the burial." His tombstone reads:                                       Farewell                             Richard Nuckolls                                  May 9, 1831                                  Aug 28, 1910                           It's hard to break the tender cord                           When love has bound the heart                           It's so hard to speak the words                           "We must forever part." Mary Alice received the land owned by Richard Nuckolls from the heirs Se pt 2, 1910 according to the Deed Book 95 page 39 of Sullivan County. Roller Cemetery:  Roller Cemetery (formerly Cox's Cemetery on land own ed by Cox) is about 7 miles northwest of Blountville.  Follow highway 1 26 past Interstate 81 to Indian Springs Community.  Turn left at Fall Cre ek Road about 1/8th mile, right on Bridwell Heights Road, over a small bri dge, up a hill, and turn off to the right on a very narrow trail up a hill . The cemetery overlooks a small valley, has one very large oak tree and a c hapel built about 1940 called Roller Church used only for funerals.  Ma ny stones are crumbling and the inscriptions are not readable.  There a re many Rollers, some Bridwells and 4 Nuckolls.  A small flock of bluebir ds was very tame and quite interested in us. The cemetery was not listed on the tax files according to the Sullivan Cou nty Assessor.  it should have been shown as tax exempt.  A note in the fi le read:  "Mrs. Roller said this cemetery had been there for more than 1 00 years and the chapel for 35 to 40." Descendants of Richard from Linda Farrant 564 Cherokee Rd Cedartown, GA 30125

[NI3888] Though no marriage record was found, the suit concerning Nathan Nuckols' w ill proves this marriage.  In 1860, Henrietta Smith, age 27, appears with h er husband Alex, age 33. They are living next door to Nathan and Eliza A nn Nuckols on one side and John and Robert Nuckols on the other side.

[NI3889] The records later reveal that Edmund changed his name to Edward.  Pro of of this lies in the Edward Smith Nuckols Family Bible, on file in the V irginia State Library Archives.  It reads:           Edward Smith Nuckols was born November 1, 1834.           Edmund           Edward S. Nuckols was married to Jane L. Bradley           October 26, 1859.           Edmund Smith Nuckols was married to Jane L. Bradley October 2 6, 1859. It is not known why he changed his name.  The 1850 census lists him as Edm und B. Nuckols. This was most likely correct since Joseph had a broth er by that name.  According to the Edward Nuckols Family Bible, Edwa rd S. Nuckols married Jane L(ewis). Bradley on October 26, 1859. When he enlisted on February 9, 1862, at Milford Depot, Caroline Count y, in Co A of the 22nd Battalion Virginia Infantry during the Civil War, h is records are all under the name of Edward S. Nuckols.  By June he was re ported at home sick in Buckingham.  A later report stated that he was in B uckingham, wounded, on July 15, 1862.  By April 1863, he was reported as A WOL.  However his Medical Discharge, dated August 15, 1863, stated th at he was "physically unfit for  service" with "incipient phthisis."  T he report, which can be found in the Virginia State Library, described h im as five feet, three inches tall, light complexion, with blue eyes and s andy hair. The family of Edward and Jane Lewis Bradley Nuckols was found in the Edwa rd Nuckols Bible Found this record: Edmund B Nuckols Enlisted as a Private on 17 April 1861 Enlisted in Company D, 13th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 17 April 1861. Detailed on 15 November 1861 Absent, sick on 28 June 1862 Returned on 30 June 1862 (No further record)

[NI3890] Eliza appears on the 1850 Buckingham County Census with her father.  In 18 60, she is living with her brother Nathan. She was baptized at Buckingh am Baptist Church on April 17, 1850.  Her marriage to Samuel D. Holman, s on of Jesse and Martha Holman, is recorded in the Nuckols Family Bib le as February 18, 1863.  She and her husband are the plaintiffs in the suit that lists the h eirs of Nathan Nuckols. According to the suit, the original will of Nath an Nuckols had left all of his possessions to her; and that the original w ill, recorded at the courthouse and later destroyed in the courthouse fir e, should be "reestablished".  Her death, recorded in BVS Buckingham Coun ty Death Records, gives her parents' names and the name of her husband, (T.) D. Holman. [Sources: Nuckols Family Bible, Buckingham county records, Buckingham Coun ty census records] Children from P J Mullis Mullisnpj@aol.com

[NI3891] This family line from Elizabeth Nuckols Lee 10268 Gera Rd King George, VA 22485 Benjamin appeared on the 1850 Buckingham County Census with his fathe r.  In 1860, he is living with Martha A. Snoddy, age 50.  Martha was mo st likely a relative.  On May 29, 1861, Benjamin enlisted with his broth er John. He was paroled at Burkeville Junction, Virginia on April 26, 186 5.  On November 14, 1865, he married Mary Elizabeth Toney (July 3, 18 42 - January 1, 1939), daughter of Charles T. and Martha A. Toney.  By t he 1870 census, Benjamin had his own household in Buckingham Count y.  He is listed as an heir of his brother Nathan Nuckols in 1870. Benjami n's tombstone has one "L". B J Nuckols   Age: 71 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0066   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0026   County:  Buckingham   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Wife Mary E 67 Virginia Daughter Mary E 30 Virginia Daughter Cora S 25 Virginia Daughter Annie F 22 Virginia Son M Wanely 21 Virginia

[XI3891] U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 Name: «tab»B Frank Nuckols Cemetery Location: «tab»Gold Hill, Virginia Sgt Co F 20th Reg, Va Inft Applicant Mrs Jesse Clark, Buckingham VA New Canton, 1/15/1936

[NI3892] He appeared first on the 1850 Buckingham County Census with his fathe r.  He appeared in 1860 in the home of his brother John.  On February 9, 1 862, he enlisted with his brother Edward in Co A, 22nd Battalion, Virgin ia Infantry, at Milford Depot, Caroline County, Virginia.  By June he w as reported sick at home in Buckingham and died in a hospital on July 2 7, 1862.

[NI3898] Family Researcher Alice JWCarwile@aol.com

[NI3899] Reid appears in the First Virginia Nuckolls & Kindred Book II on page 2 29 #505 He appears in the 1850 Buckingham County Census with his father.  In 1860, he is living in the household of Susanna Brooks, age 73.  She was appar ently his grandmother. (Buckingham Co, New Canton, VA ) pg p55.  A marriage record of Vincent R.  Brooks in 1864 lists his parents and Reid and Susanna Agee Brooks.  Most likely he was named for his grandfather.  He does not appear in any subsequent Buckingham County census records.  In 18 0 he is listed as an heir of his brother Nathan Nuckols.  Because they are buried at Buckingham Baptist Church (no dates on the marker), we know that he married Nancy Griscom (November 19, 1845 - March 13, 1933).  The youngest children of Reed and Nancy give their place of birth as Galveston, Texas, in their marriage record.  In 1900, Reed's widow appears in Buckingham with his children: From Martha Jane Nuckols Garrett 12/26/2005 jgarrett@randomhouse.com Reid Catherine Nuckols and Nancy Stuart Griscom (1845-1933) moved  to Tex as after their 1871 marriage to ranch on the Bolivar Peninsula with so me of Nancy Giscom's brothers. (Reid apparently served in the Civil War wi th one or more of Nancy's brothers.)  They moved back to Virginia in 18 88 (perhaps discouraged the poor cattle prices of the period; also there w ere 4 hurricanes that hit the area in 1886). The Griscom brothers remained in Texas. Nancy Griscom's parents, Philadelphia-area Quakers, mov ed to Petersburg, VA to run a Quaker school sometime before the Civil Wa r. Their older sons fought for the North in the Civil War and the young er ones (born in Virginia) fought for the South. My grandfather's family r emained closely tied to Nancy's family.  For example, the names of their s ons (Samuel, Elwood, and George) were all  Griscom family names. So no sur prise that Yeamans (called Yem) moved his family to Moorestown, NJ (a Quaker community where some of the Griscom's lived).  Probably was having prob lems earning a living for his family in Buckingham County, VA.

[XI3899] His tombstone has no dates but has, "Martin's Battery, 12th VA L Arty. CSA " Civil War Records on line at ancestry : Pvt 12 Batt'n. Virginia Light Arti llery. U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 Name: «tab»Reed C Nuckols Death Date: «tab»19 Dec 1898 Cemetery: «tab»Drome Cemetery Location: «tab»Arvonia, Virginia

[NI3900] CENSUS: 1900 Buckingham Co, VA head of household (in this census it is sta ted that she was born in NJ and all the children were born in TX); 1910 Bu ckingham Co, VA head of household; 1920 was living with her son, Reid John son Nuckols. Nanie S Nuckols   Age: 64 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0067   Birth Place: N J Visit: 0084   County:  Buckingham   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Son-in-law Booth J Johnson 34 Virginia Daughter Mary S 35 Texas Grandson Y G NR Virginia Daughter-in-law Mathe W Nuckols 26 Virginia Grandson Sanil S 03 Virginia Grandson Elwood G NR Virginia 1918 named in son Robert S WWI Draft Reg , mother, Mrs N S Nuckols, Wealth ie, VA

[NI3901] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918  Sept 12 1918        Robert Stewart Nuckols res BH11 Roone C,  city not legible Age 45 born 10/4/1872 Operator for Dupont Engineering Co, Penniman, VA Nearest Kin- Mrs N S Nuckols, Wealthia, VA, mother Tall, medium build, grey eyes, rey hair Signed 9/12/1918 Robert S Nuckols 1920 Buckingham Co, VA Robert and wife Annie living with brother Reid. In 1940 he is listed as an heir of his brother R. Johnson Nuckols, livi ng in Wealthia, Virginia.

[NI3902] She is listed as an heir of her brother in 1940, living in Nuckols, Virgin ia.

[NI3903] Name:    Reed Johnson Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Buckingh am  State:    Virginia Buckingham County Will Book 4, page 405, dated April 12, 1940, lists R. Jo hnson's heirs as: R. S. Nuckols, brother; Mary S. Johnson, sister; Mrs. Je nnie E. Nuckols, sister; and Y. S. Nuckols, brother.  I don't know why h is wife was not mentioned.  Perhaps they had divorced.  His son had predec eased him. Birth Date:    12 Dec 1878  Race:    White  Roll:    1984264  Sept 12 1918 Reed Johnson Nuckols, res Buckingham Co, Mealthia(?), VA age 39 born Dec 12 1878 self emp farmer Nearest Relative Grace Nuckols Med height, stout build, blue eyes, dark hair. Buckingham County Will Book 4, page 405, dated April 12, 1940, lists R. Jo hnson's heirs as: R. S. Nuckols, brother; Mary S. Johnson, sister; Mrs. Je nnie E. Nuckols, sister; and Y. S. Nuckols, brother. R J Nuckols   Age: 31 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0067   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0085   County:  Buckingham   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Wife Grace 34 Virginia Son Reid J 07 Virginia

[NI3904] The names of his brothers (Samuel, Elwood, and George) were all  Griscom family names. So no sur prise that Yeamans (called Yem) moved his family to Moorestown, NJ (a Quaker community where some of the Griscom's lived).  Probably was having prob lems earning a living for his family in Buckingham County, VA.

[NI3905] Name:    Samuel Grisco Nuckols City:    Not Stated County:    Nicholas State:    West Virginia Birth Date:    22 Nov 1882 Race:    White Roll:    1992865 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Sept 12 1918 Samuel Grisco Nuckols, Nicholas, Cre...n  WV Age 35 born Nov 22, 1882 Inspector for Pardee Rothern Co Kin-Lillian Wood Nuckols Med height, med build, blue eyes, dark hair(Signed Griscom) The Charleston Daily Mail Charleston  West Virginia  12 March 1940 Newspaper Circulation Chief Dies at Beckley-Samuel Griscom Nuckols, 55, ci rculation supervisor at Beckley Newspapers and President of the automobi le dealers agency, died yesterday. Nuckols was stricken more than a year a go with a heart ailment. He is survived by his widow, two children, thr ee brothers and two sisters. Funeral services will be held tomorrow.

[XI3905] 57y-3m-18d

[NI3906] Henry appears in the First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred Book II on page 131  # 506. He appears in the household with his father in the 1850 Buckingham County Census.  In 1860 he appears in the household of his step-father, Samuel Williams.  In 1870, he is listed as an heir of Nathan Nuckols. In 1910, when Richard Nuckols died, he was listed in the obituary as a living brother. Not located in 1920 Census records Henry's obit states that he served  in the Civil War. Henry would have had to have been under 15 to serve in the war between  he states.  No record has ever been found of his service.

[DI3906] Newport Daily Democrat May 19, 1927 Henry C Nuckolls, aged 86 died last night at 7 o'clock at the home of Mr a nd Mrs W L May on the Island, where he was brought a week ago from McGehe e. Mr Nuckolls had been in ill health for the past few years but continu ed to fulfill his duties as justice of the peace until forced by physi al weakness to resign about a year ago. At that time he went to the home of his daughter, Mrs R T Logan, In McGehee where he became seriously ill a few weeks ago. He was brought to Newport last week when transportati on through the flooded district became possible. Mr Nuckolls was a nati ve of Virginia. When a child he came with his parents to Missouri and later to White County in Arkansas. He came to Jackson County some thirty yea rs ago, residing first at Auvergue and then on the Island, where he engaged in farming. He afterward moved to Newport and served as justice of t he peace in this township for about 15 years. "Squire" Nuckolls as he w as always known was never defeated for office. He was esteemed for fair and just dealing in all his official acts. During the war between the states Mr Nuckolls served with distinction as a cavalryman in the Confederate army, recognized by his officers and comrads as a brave and patriotic soldier. He is survived by two sons. Clifton Nuckolls of Tuckerman and  oe Nuckols of Memphis; 2 daughters, Mrs R T Logan of McGehee and Mrs W L M ay of the Island. His wife passed on before him twenty one years ago. T he funeral was held this afternoon at 3:30 from the May residence on the I sland, conducted by Rev Luther Cole. Burial took place in Walnut Grove. The active pallbearers were C K Coe, A C Wilkerson, J I Hastings, L T Hay s, Dock Ivy, Jack Montgomery. Honerary Pallbearers R W Bandy, R M Laird, G ustave Jones, J S Jones, T S Stephens, H C Sanders, R B Hooker, R C Harde r, J R Birmingham. Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Record Name: Henry C Nuckols Death Day: 18 Death Month: May Death Year: 1927 County: Jack Roll Number: 19241933

[NI3907] In 1860 she was in the household of her step-father, Samuel William s.  On December 20, 1865, in Buckingham County, she married Chatham Tower s.  She is listed as Sallie, wife of Chatham Towers, an heir of Nathan Nuc kols in 1870.  In the obituary of Richard Nuckols in 1910, Sallie is list ed as a sister, living in Washington, D.C.  No other information was found. [Sources: Nuckols Family Bible, Buckingham County records, Buckingham Coun ty census records, Wilkins records]

[NI3908] Per Nuckols Family Bible) does not appear on any census.  I suspect that t his is a misprint from the family Bible record and that she actually di ed in 1852.

[NI3909] She appeared in the 1860 Buckingham County Census in the home of her step-father Samuel Williams.  She is listed as an heir of Nathan Nucko ls in 1870. No otherinformation was found.

[NI3910] Joseph Nuckols appears in the First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred Book II on page 695 as an unconnected family.  We have proven his lineage since the publication of the book. He appears in the 1860 Buckingham County Census in the home of his step-father, Samuel Williams, and, in 1870, in the home of his sister Mary Agee.  He is the only child not mentioned in the Nuckols family Bible, even though several deaths are records well after the death of Joseph, his father.  But he is listed as an heir of Nathan Nuckols in 1870. The obituary of Richard Nuckols indicated that a brother Joseph Nuckols was living somewhere in the west. [Sources: Buckingham County records, Buckingham County census records, Wil kins records] The Brooks of Virginia by Grace Montgomery Edwards, Gateway Press, Baltimo re, MD 1985 Descendants from Herb Clark 13502 Robbins Cypress, TX 77429 hclark@ghoti.o rg 281-373-1269

[BI3910] Name: «tab»Joseph S. Nuchols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»23 May 1854 Birthplace: «tab»Buckingham, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Joseph Nuchols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Elizabeth Nuchols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00533-0 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046921 Reference Number: «tab»p 42 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5VT-SZ4 : accessed 6 April 2012), Joseph S. Nuchols (1854).

[DI3910] Name: «tab»Joseph D. Nuckols Death Date: «tab»09 Mar 1931 Death Place: «tab»Jefferson, Jefferson, Texas, Usa Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»76 years 10 months 16 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1855 Birth Date: «tab»4/21/1854 Birthplace: «tab»Buckingham Co, VA Marital Status: «tab»Md Spouse's Name: «tab»Mrs Sue Nuckols Father's Name: «tab»Joseph Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»retired refinery mechanic Place of Residence: «tab»1746 Roberts 17 years Cemetery: «tab»Magnolia Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»3/10/1931 Additional Relatives: Inf- J Marvin Nuckols«tab» Film Number: «tab»2135507 Digital Film Number: «tab»4163592 Image Number: «tab»3214 Reference Number: «tab»cn 13995 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JNSF-6M9 : accessed 4 May 2012), Joseph D. Nuckols, 1931.

[NI3911] Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - October 21, 1999 Deceased Name: Nuckols, Mrs. Cordena Bare Nuckols, Mrs. Cordena Bare, 85, of Richmond, a homemaker, widow of Lew is A. Nuckols.

[NI3922] Father: Edmund MILLS b: 26 Sep 1778 Mother: Frances Fowlkes HIGGASON b: 25 Mar 1789

[NI3928] Book: W, Page: 132, Grantor: Joseph C. Boxley and Anna L. Boxley his wif e, Grantee: William V. M. Hambleton, Date: 27-Feb-1838 Joseph C. Boxley and Anna L. Boxley his wife to William V. M. Hambleton a ll their interest to land conveyed to them by Tyler of St. Louis, Missou ri 25 Dec 1837 containing 37 acres on Contrary Creek, Elk Creek, Geo. Boxl ey, Joseph C. Boxley. Book: BB, Page: 357, Grantor: William H. Mansfield, Grantee: Joseph C. Box ley, Date: 27-Jun-1850 William H. Mansfield 27 Jun 1850 to Joseph C. Boxley dower land of Ma ry b. Mansfield 166 2/3 acres also 150 1/2 acres > In trust to secure bon ds to Hugh M. Dickinson and Susan c. his wife, to Joseph M. Baker and Loui sa M. his wife, Henry M Hansbough and Mary T. his wife, Waller T. Hollod ay and Emily M. his wife, and to John C. Meredith.

[NI3935] Name appears also as Asher and Eshare

[NI3938] Artimisha and Gavin lived with his widowed mother and his younger siste rs and brother in the Civil District  #15, Warren Co.TN

[DI3938] Name: «tab»Mish Knuckles Perry Death Date: «tab»10 Feb 1935 Death Place: «tab»Denton, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»W Death Age: «tab»76 years 8 months 14 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»08 Jun 1857 Birthplace: «tab»Tenn Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab»J B Perry Father's Name: «tab»Knuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab»Lewisville, Texas Cemetery: «tab»Masonic Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»10 Feb 1935 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2116253 Digital Film Number: «tab»4166544 Image Number: «tab»2577 Reference Number: «tab»cn 6961 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDX4-7CX : accessed 16 May 2012), Mish Knuckles Perry, 1935.

[NI3939] The Perry's were into raising hogs instead of horses.  But in the mid 1880 's the area was struck by Hog Cholera.   No longer able to support their f amilies in Tennessee, they looked for a place to start anew.   On Septemb er 30, 1886 Wyatt and Altha, with John and Sarah, Gavin and Artimisha, a nd Elen Elizabeth sell the land that James had purchased in 1854.   Short ly after this, Wyatt and Altha with their children moved to Washington Cou nty, Arkansas, near Fayetteville.  Elen Elizabeth, Sarah and John with the ir children follow. Shortly after the birth of Robert Fernandes (May 1, 1888) Gavin and Artimi sha follow Wyatt's family to Arkansas.  With them travel Gavin's three bro thers; Fernandes  with his wife and children; LeVander with his wife and c hildren, and the youngest of the Perry brothers, William.   They proce ed to raise hogs again, and do well. But Hog Cholera also follows in the p ath of this western migration.  What had been a prosperous start in a n ew place, was now an area of  very poor farm land.  And death also touch es the family of John and Sarah.  Eliza Bell dies of consumption .  Then S arah also suffers from this debilitating disease Hearing the news of good "black" dirt in Texas (somewhere they had the id ea that dirt had to be black to grow good crops), Gavin's three brothe rs go on to Texas. Gavin and Artimisha stay in Arkansas.  Gavin takes a j ob as a school teacher, and continues to teach for several years. Gavin wanted to go on to Texas, and finally moved his family on in 189 9.  His brothers were home steading on good "black" dirt in Collins Count y, Texas.  But when Gavin arrived six years later, the open land for ho me steading was gone.  He went back to teaching school and farming for oth ers. Source for notes on Artimisha Permela Nuckolls 1.   Research by April Nuckolls Jeanneret on Perry family, consisting of C ensus, Family Bibles, Cemetery Records, Birth and Death Certificates, and personal  interviews. 2.   Warren County, Tennessee Marriage Book 2  p 256  G B Perry to Artimis a Nuckles 3.   Federal Census, 1880. Warren County, Tennessee. Civil Dist. #15  p 44 2 line 21  family 181  M J Perry

[DI3939] Name: «tab»Gavin B. Perry Death Date: «tab»30 Oct 1919 Death Place: «tab»Pilot Point, Denton, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»69 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1850 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Solomon Perry Father's Birthplace: «tab»Texas Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Farmer Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Mason's Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»31 Oct 1919 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2073674 Digital Film Number: «tab»4167920 Image Number: «tab»1190 Reference Number: «tab»v X cn 29067 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JD8G-89Y : accessed 16 May 2012), Gavin B. Perry, 1919.

[NI3940] John and Sarah lived with Wyatt and Altha on the property that was their inheritance from James in Tennessee. After Gavin and Artimisha moved on to Texas, John Hershel continued to li ve in Arkansas.  His older sister, Elen Elizabeth Bellvora was with him un til her death in January of 1901.  He lived in a two room log cabin situat ed about a quarter mile above the White River,  where the river crosses Hi ghway 74, just east of Highway 16, in Washington County, Arkansas. His lat er years were spent in the home of his youngest son, William Clayton and h is family.  (On one of our trips to discover this story, my sister and I m et a man who knew John Nuckolls.  "A great fisherman".   His granddaughte r, Rena told us that he carved violins, using seven different woods in t he construction. )  On October 25, 1929, John Hershel Nuckolls went squirr el hunting. He set down to rest,  leaning against a tree, when he di Written by April Nuckolls Jeanneret, on December 31, 1999

[DI3940] Fayetteville Democrat 10/26/1928 John Nuckolls to Be Buried at White House Cemetery Funeral Services for John Nuckolls who died at his home near Harris Thursday, will be held Saturday, with burial at White House Cemetery, the Rev L L Lierly in charge. A son, from Wichita Kansas was expected today for the funeral. Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Record Name: John H Nuckolls Death Day: 25 Death Month: Oct Death Year: 1928 County: Washington Roll Number: 19241933

[NI3941] Death  touches the family of John and Sarah.  Eliza Bell dies of consumpti on Then Sarah also suffers from this debilitating disease

[NI3945] Had eight children, losing two as small children.  The other six grew to a dulthood and produced 12 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren.

[NI3947] Never Married

[DI3947] Name: «tab»William Levander Perry Death Date: «tab»30 Jul 1946 Death Place: «tab»Denton, Denton, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»60 years 11 months 19 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»11 Aug 1885 Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Marital Status: «tab»Single Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»G.B. Perry Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Mother's Name: «tab»Artie Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Occupation: «tab»Farmer Place of Residence: «tab»Lake Dallas, Denton, Texas Cemetery: «tab»Masonic Cemetery Burial Place: «tab»Pilot Point, Texas Burial Date: «tab»30 Jul 1946 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Inf, Mrs O B Chapman Film Number: «tab»2218378 Digital Film Number: «tab»4030559 Image Number: «tab»1231 Reference Number: «tab»cn 31080 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDJ4-S3B : accessed 6 May 2012), Artie Nuckolls in entry for William Levander Perry, 1946.

[DI3949] Name: «tab»Martha Bell Perry Death Date: «tab»24 Sep 1935 Death Place: «tab»Precinct No.3, Denton, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»w Death Age: «tab»44 years 6 months 8 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»17 Mar 1891 Birthplace: «tab»Arkansas Marital Status: «tab»Single Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»G.B. Perry Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee Mother's Name: «tab»Miah Nucholls Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee Occupation: «tab»Housekeeper Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Pilot Point Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»25 Sep 1935 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2116625 Digital Film Number: «tab»4030352 Image Number: «tab»3093 Reference Number: «tab»41722 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDXT-GRW : accessed 7 May 2012), Miah Nucholls in entry for Martha Bell Perry, 1935.

[DI3950] Name: «tab»Walter Ernest Perry Death Date: «tab»26 Dec 1946 Death Place: «tab»Lake Dallas, Denton, Texas, United States Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»81 years 11 months 28 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1865 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Garvin B. Perry Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Artie Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2218504 Digital Film Number: «tab»4030564 Image Number: «tab»1515 Reference Number: «tab»54378 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JNXG-4JH : accessed 6 May 2012), Artie Nuckolls in entry for Walter Ernest Perry, 1946.

[NI3952] Taught school for many years

[NI3955] Bob Frederick was a deputy sheriff of Washington County, Arkansas.

[NI3956] His children only knew his name to be Fredrick Samuel Nuckolls Peter Fernandes was named for his great-grandfather and a Perry uncle.  B ut like every individual named Fernandes in that family, he went by someth ing else.  The first Fernandes used the first and last letters of the na me (F.S.) and answered to Bud.  Peter Fernandes went one step farther.  Ta king the F.S. like his uncle he used the name Fredrick Samuel.  (The fir st time I spoke to his daughter, Thelma Nuckolls Binder, I said "your fath er, Peter Fernandes" to which she replied,  "His name was FREDRICK SAMUEL ".  Ok, I'm easy, his name is Fredrick Samuel.  But back to Virginia Nuckolls Tanner, who had given me the name Peter Fernandes, to be told,  "He hated his name.  I heard Mama and Papa talking about it, laughing that  only his brothers and sister knew his real name."  The nieces and nephews ca lled him "Uncle Furr", so somehow that name hung around.) He and his wife followed Robert and Fern to the Wichita, Kansas area.  Fu rr worked in the oil fields of Kansas and Oklahoma. Written by April Nuckolls Jeanneret, on December 31, 1999

[XI3957] Stone says Ethel Albers

[NI3959] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Sep 12 1918 Robert Lee Nuckolls res 434 N Estelle, Wichita, KS Age 30 born 1/5/1887 Fayetteville, AR Carpenter emp by Mr Growski Married with wife and three children Claims exemptin to support wife and children Tall, slender, blue eys, light hair Signed 6/5/1917 Robert L Nuckolls Upon their marriage they lived with Fern's mother and step-father until De cember when the moved to a house owned by Charles Watson. In December th ey moved to a house on the farm of Will Anderson, where Robert was workin g.  They lived there until August of 1906, when they moved back to a hou se on Fern's mother's property.  There their first son, Floyd Wayne was bo rn on April 17,  1907.  On August 10, 1907, this little family move in wi th Fern's mother and step-father in preparation of a greater move to Kans as (where Fern's family had lived prior to the move to Arkansas)  On Augu st 20, 1907 Fern with Floyd , her mother and step-father, and sister and o ne brother leave for Independence, Kansas.  Robert and Fern's bother Orvil le arrived later with the " furniture, cow, 3 horses, and Shep our dog From Independence, Kansas the next move was to Elk City, Kansas where Tho ra Ellen was born April 24, 1909.  She was voted the "Prettiest Baby" in E lk City.  In June of 1910, the family moved again.  This time to Wichit a, Kansas, where Fern's mother and an new step-father Samuel LeFors liv e.  On September 10, 1910 they moved into a rental house at 411 N Estel le . The story is told of the ceiling falling down on Uncle Furr on Thanks giving Day.  (This house, later cut into 3 small apartments became MY fir st home after marrying in 1967.  The ceiling fell down on us, too!)  The f amily moved next door and lived there until a very pregnant Fern was to ld by her doctor that they would have to move.  Between their home and t he doctor's was Third Street.  Third Street  is a natural creek bed that h ad been paved. Good weather, no problem, you cross the deep dipping stre et with ease, but if it rains... there would be a torrent of wate r, 2 to 3 foot deep rushing in it, totally impassable..  There wou ld be no way for the doctor to come for a delivery.  Another move, and t he arrival of Dorothy Nuckolls on May 27, 1912.  Two moves later, and  Edi th Nuckolls is born on November 5, 1917. May 12, 1918, the family moved to its first owned home.  Robert has work ed as a farmer, in a cement plant, at a brick factory, and finally decidi ng he needed a trade, took  ICS home courses, and became a builder. ( He w ould build hundreds of homes and business buildings in Wichita and Medici ne Lodge, Kansas through the years of his life.)  But this was their fir st home.  But all good things have a down  side,  he built such good hom es that people wanted to buy them.   This home was sold on November 1, 191 9.  The next family home was built, they moved in, it was sold and Robe rt started on the next one.  A total of eight moves later, while Fern w as in the hospital (first hospital delivery) having Wilbur Orville, on Nov ember 18, 1920 Robert moved them into yet another of his constructions.  T his one lasted until June of 1921, when on to another.  Over and over th is pattern repeated itself.  Robert  Lee Nuckolls Jr. was born Novemb er 2, 1923, Naomi Corine was born on December 15, 1925, and Lena Fern Nuck olls was born on October 8, 1927.  Eight children, living in a house th at "Robert Built", moving into a rental or a 2 car garage behind whi le he built the next home. One house, that was Fern's dream house, almo st made it.  As Robert built it, a woman would come by every day with an o ffer.  Each day, Robert said "no".  At is completion, Robert, hoping to g et rid of the persistent woman gave her a price.  THREE TIMES is value, a nd she wrote him a check!  Enough was enough,  Fern finally purchased a ho use Robert hadn't built so that they would have a stationary home. (Havi ng read the lists of home locations my grandmother left, I wonder if she e ven unpacked, or just used boxes for cupboards  in anticipation of the ne xt move?) During one of the moves the family lived on acreage that was a nurser y.  So there was a Nuckolls Nursery for a time in Wichita.  Another tra de of property brought them a ranch in Medicine Lodge, Kansas, where th ey made a second home.  Farming and construction were the trades Robert ta ught to his sons, who then built and farmed with him. Written by April Nuckolls Jeanneret, on December 31, 1999

[NI3961] Went to war in the Great War.  One of the men who lived in the trenches, he became ill with influenza, had a lung collapse and was sent home to die.  (But not yet.)  William and Dona lived in Arkansas until John Hershel Nuckolls death.  John was sure he could talk Robert into moving back to Arkansas, if he could just get him away from Fern long enough to convince him that Arkansas was better.  If  Robert came back then Furr would follow.  John was sure there was a good living to be made ther e.  (Never mind that his cabin had a dirt floor, and Fern's letter home wh ile visiting says she will not live where she has to haul  water a quart er mile from the river to do diapers.) After John's death in 1929, William and Dona followed Robert and Fu rr to Kansas, settling in Wichita.  William worked as a carpenter and in m aintenance at an aircraft plant in Wichita. He died October 14, 1962.  H is wife Dona, having preceded him in death on  March 3, 1962.  They  ha ve 5 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great-grandchild (1 999) Written by April Nuckolls Jeanneret, on December 31, 1999 Fayetteville Democrat Fayetteville Arkansas 22 July 1918 40 Selectives off to Camp Pike-- William C Nuckolls, Harris.

[XI3961] Seltzer Cemetery

[XI3963] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Paul Nuckolls Name: «tab»Paul Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»22 Apr 1916 Death Date: «tab»7 Jun 1983 SSN: «tab»512014563 Branch 1: «tab»NAVY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»1 Jun 1942 Release Date 1: «tab»27 Aug 1943

[NI3965] Wichita Eagle, The (KS) - March 28, 1987 Deceased Name: LLOYD NUCKOLLS LLOYD NUCKOLLS, 68, of 439 Putter, independent oil operator, died Frida y, March 27, 1987. Rosary 7 p.m. Sunday, service 11 a.m. Monday, both at S t. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church. Survivors: wife, Aleen; sons, Rod, R ick, both of Wichita, L. Randy Jr. of Lawrence; daughter, Jennifer Heod en of Wichita; six grandchildren. Resthaven Mortuary.

[XI3965] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Lloyd Nuckolls Name: «tab»Lloyd Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»24 May 1918 Death Date: «tab»27 Mar 1987 SSN: «tab»512013681 Branch 1: «tab»ARMY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»18 Jan 1943 Release Date 1: «tab»18 Dec 1945

[DI3966] Social Security Death Index about Aleen Marie Nuckolls Name: «tab»Aleen Marie Nuckolls Last Residence: «tab»67220  Wichita, Sedgwick, Kansas Born: «tab»7 May 1921 Died: «tab»17 Dec 2009 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Kansas (Before 1951)

[DI3989] Wolfe, Dorothy Nuckolls, age 99, left us to be in the nearer presence of God Wed, Oct 5, 2011. Dorothy was born in Wichita, KS May 27, 1912 to Robert Lee, Sr. and Lena Fern (Byers) Nuckolls. She graduated from Wichita East High 1929. Dorothy and William Ashby Wolfe were married Oct 8, 1933, at 1st Presbyterian Church, Wichita. Dorothy was a homemaker and gardener. She served as an officer in the PTA at Samuel Adams Elementary and as a Girl Scout Leader. She enjoyed sewing for family, friends and mission. In 1993, Presbyterian Women of 1st Church, honored her for 60 years of service. She was active in the women's auxiliary of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, KG&E Wives, American Railroad Historical Society, Delta Omega Mothers, 20th Century Club, and as a volunteer at Wichita Presbyterian Manor. Dorothy was preceded in death by her husband in 1997, and 5 of her 7 siblings: Floyd Wayne Nuckolls, Thora Ellene Rupf, Edith Wilkinson, Wilbur Orville Nuckolls, and Robert Lee Nuckolls, Jr. She is survived by her only child, Marjorie Anne (Wolfe) and son-in-law, Robert Swofford, Sapulpa, OK, 3 grandsons, their wives and 3 great grandchildren. Also surviving are 2 sisters in Denver, CO: Naomi Corine Bryant and Lena Fern Decker. She leaves behind many cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations in her name to 1st Prebyterian Church, 525 N. Broadway, Wichita, KS 67214 or the Good Samaritan Fund, Wichita Presbyterian Manor, 4700 West 13th Street N, Wichita, KS 67212-1874. Viewing, Sun 2 to 5 p.m. at Old Mission Mortuary, and Monday 9 to 10:30 a.m. with Graveside service to follow at Old Mission Cemetery. Memorial Service will be held at Wichita Presbyterian Manor Chapel, 4700 W. 13th, Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. Reception following. Published in The Wichita Eagle from October 7 to October 9, 2011

[NI3991] Name: Wilbur Orville Nuckolls Titles: Gender: Male Marital status: Death date: 08 Jul 1993 Death county: Hidalgo Death place: Hidalgo, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[NI3992] Name: Robert L. Nuckolls SSN: 512-18-3353 Last Residence: 67104 Medicine Lodge, Barber, Kansas, United States of America Born: 2 Nov 1923 Died: 29 Jul 2007 State (Year) SSN issued: Kansas (Before 1951

[HI3999] (Research):Name: Marion E Nuckolls Titles: Gender: Female Marital status: Death date: 17 Sep 1998 Death county: Hidalgo Death place: Hidalgo, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[NI4021] Name: John C Nuckells Birth Year: 1923 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Arkansas State: Kansas County or City: Sedgwick Enlistment Date: 15 May 1943 Enlistment State: Kansas Enlistment City: Fort Levenworth Branch: No branch assignment Branch Code: No branch assignment Grade: Private Grade Code: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Source: Civil Life Education: 2 years of high school Civil Occupation: Tracktor Driver* or Truck Driver, Heavy or Chauffe ur or Truck Driver, Light An asterisk (*) appearing after a job title indi cates that a trade test for the particular occupation will be found in t he United States Employment Service Manual, Oral Trade Test Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 33 Weight: 101

[XI4021] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about John Nuckolls Name: «tab»John Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»17 Oct 1923 Death Date: «tab»7 Jan 2010 Branch 1: «tab»ARMY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»22 May 1943 Release Date 1: «tab»15 May 1945

[NI4024] News Journal, The (Wilmington, DE) - January 23, 2007 Anna D. Nuckolls Age 82, of Wilmington, DE, departed this earth on Janua ry 20, 2007, to go to her just and final reward in heaven with God in peac e. Anna served in the US Army Air Force. She was an information operator w ith Verizon retiring in 1992 after 25 years service and a member of St. Catherine of Siena Church. Anna will be sadly missed by family and frien ds as she was a most loving and caring homemaker and mother to us all. Anna is survived by her husband of 59 years, John C. Nuckolls; sons, John C ., Jr. and David P. Nuckolls, both of Wilm.; 3 sisters, Mary Bonk, Helen Markowski, and Sophia Gillen, all of Wilm.; and many nieces, nephews, and g reat nieces and nephews. Anna was preceded in death by her brothers, Timot hy, Steven, Charles, Mitchell, and Benjamin Drozdowski.Funeral services a nd interment will be private and at the convenience of the family. Arrange ments by MCCRERY FUNERAL HOMES, INC.To send condolences please visit: www.mccreryfuneralhome.com Newspaper Title:  «tab»Somerset Herald Newspaper Location: «tab»Princess Anne, MD, Us Obituary Publication Date: «tab»23 Jan 2007 Same obit word for word.

[DI4026] David P. Nuckolls "Nucks" Age 52, passed away at home on Tuesday, January 17, 2012.Nucks worked at the DuPont Company as a security coordinator for 28 years. He will be sadly missed.Nucks was preceded in death by his parents, Anna D. and John C. Nuckolls Sr. He is survived by his brother John C. Nuckolls Jr.Services were private at Dave's request.In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in Dave's memory to Delaware Hospice, 3515 Silverside Road, Wilm., DE 19810 or Melanoma Research Foundation, please include Miles for Melanoma in the memo line, Miles for Melanoma of DE, P.O. Box 954, Middletown, DE 19709. Published in The News Journal on January 23, 2012 Jan.17,2012We smile when we think of you. We miss you everyday.Always in our hearts, Your Friends Published in The News Journal on Jan. 17, 2014

[DI4027] Will of William Watson Nuckolls "In the name of God, Amen. I, Wm, W Nuckolls of the County of Hanover being of sound mind, memor y, do make this as my last will and testament in writing hereby revoking a ll former wills made by me. 1st, I hereby devise and bequeath to my wife Harriett C Nuckols my whole estate both real and personal during her life to be used managed and enjoyed in such manner as in her judgement would best promote her welfare and interest and that of her children and at the death of my said wife it is my wish and desire that my estate shall be equally divided among all my children. I hereby authorize and empower my said wife at such times as she may think proper, taking an account of thereof, to make advance ments to any of my said children, as she may think proper, and that said a dvancements be accounted for by such of my children as shall receive the s ame. After the death of my said wife in the final distribution of my estat e, I hereby appoint my wife Harriet C Nuckols the sole Executor of this my last will and testament and request that she may be permitted to qua lify as such without being required to give security. Witness my hand and seal this day of 1860." Wm. W Nuckols (seal) In Hanover County Court Clerks office, December 31st, 1872. This will with a copy of the order setting up and establishing the same was this day delivered to me and is admitted into record. Teste, john R Taylor, C.C.

[NI4034] Father: Major Powers Mother: Letitia Lord

[HI4034] (Research):Family researcher «u»maribeth.pettigrew@va.usda.gov «/u»My paternal great-grandmother was Annie Maria Nuckols, daughter of William Watson Nuckols and his wife, Harriet Catherine Nuckols (that was her maiden name) - she was the daughter of Benjamin Nuckols and Elizabeth Jerdone Toler. William Watson's parents' were both Nuckols', his father was John William Nuckols and his mother was Elizabeth Nuckols, daughter of Pouncey Nuckols. That's just my paternal grandfather's side :-) My third ggrandmother on my paternal grandmother's side was Frances Nuckols, Daughter of Thomas Nuckols who (as far as I can tell at this point) was married to Nancy (maiden name) Nuckols. So you can see, I am definitely a Nuckols descendent

[HI4035] (Research):Lived and died in Virginia

[NI4036] Virginia married David Armstrong and they took Lilly Catherine, the youngest sister, with them when they homesteaded out in southeastern Idaho in Marsh Valley, about 30 miles south of Pocatello. They wanted to take Tom with them too, but Etta wouldn't have it. Children:   Madeline Armstrong Blanchard (1899 - 1979)*

[NI4038] Allenia, died when she was just 10 on the same day their mother died - and I don't know the story behind that. It would be interesting to know

[NI4041] 1870 Goochland Co, Dover, VA Elizabeth Nuckols 77 Archer B 23 Phoebe J 23 1888 Goochland Co, Records Principal Farmers JOHNSON'S SPRINGS B. C. Ford, A. C. Nuckols, A. B. Nuckols, Joseph P. Harr is, Robert Shepherd, William J. Mills, A. V. Taylor, R. L. Brooking, W m. G. Massie, Joseph R. Pleasants, A. P. Gathright, David O'Conell, Jo hn W. Harris. Doris Dell shows another child of this family as Ernest Lennon b c18 77 md a Miss Keeton, however he does not appear in the 1880 census, and do es not show up in the 1900 census. Norm Nuckols verifies that Ernest w as an adopted son.

[NI4044] Death date is currently under investigation for a source.  He appears in t he 1860, 1870, 1880., 1900, 1910, 1920 and 1930 census records

[BI4046] Name: «tab»Larentina Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»14 Dec 1853 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»William W. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Harriet Catherine Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-1 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046938 Reference Number: «tab»Pg 4, 150 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X562-7MZ : accessed 6 April 2012), Larentina Nuckols (1853).

[DI4046] ID: «tab»119878 Name of Deceased: «tab»TOLER, LAURA TINA Year: «tab»1939 Certificate Number: «tab»114253 County of Death: «tab»Bannock City: «tab»ROBIN Date of Death: «tab»05/25/1939 Date of Birth: «tab»05/25/1939

[NI4056] Mother:   Margie Luvenia Lineberry Mooney (1883 - 1956)

[DI4059] ID: «tab»93769 Name of Deceased: «tab»TOLER, ALLEN GREGG Year: «tab»1931 Certificate Number: «tab»075087 County of Death: «tab»Bannock City: «tab»ROBIN Date of Death: «tab»05/22/1931 Date of Birth: «tab»07/29/1888

[DI4060] Social Security Death Index about Lemuel Toler Name: «tab»Lemuel Toler «tab» SSN: «tab»518-42-8997 Last Residence: «tab»Idaho Born: «tab»8 Jul 1891 Died: «tab»Dec 1971 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Idaho (1955)

[NI4064] Is this the james A Nuckols in 1900 Allegheney Co, VA b 2/1856 wife Adelin e. Alos in the 1880 Louisa Co, Jackson Census pg107 Named a son Robert aft er his brother?

[NI4065] Children:   Bertha Toler Wilkinson (1893 - 1979)*   Lottie Smith Toler Rudd (1895 - 1971)*

[NI4066] Parents:   William Benjamin Leroy Toler (1822 - 1902)   Sarah Elizabeth Manley Toler (1830 - 1903)

[NI4068] The book on gravestones states they could not find, as recorded in 197 4,   the stone of Patsey R. Nuckols wife of Andrew Knight Nuckols.  She di ed  May  10, 1818 age 35 years & 5 Months.  This should be Martha Patsey G raves  Nuckols.  The death date in the gravestone book and the family Bib le are the same.

[DI4069] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 (County Death Register) Name: «tab»Mary Huffman [Mary Nuckols] Death Date: «tab»8 Aug 1861 Age: «tab»60 Gender: «tab»Female; Widow Birth Date: «tab»abt 1801 Father's Name: «tab»Andrew Nuckols b VA Mother's Name: «tab»Martha Nuckols b VA COD- Fever

[NI4070] 1826 Elain HUFFMAN, south side of creek, Widow WELL's field mentioned. CON LY, Wm JENKINS, CHAPLIN's-lines; bank of the creek; NUCKOLS line. Pouncy N UCKOLS and James ANDERSON chain carriers, Joseph HURT and Andrew NUCKOL S, housekeepers. Huffman children found at http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/p/u/r /John-L-Puryear/BOOK-0001/0003-0014.html#CHILD99 Father: Ambrose Huffman b. 22 Nov 1753 in Orange County,Virginia Mother: Mary Railsback b. 11 Nov 1761 Everton Pedigree and Family Group Sheets Name: Huffman, Ambrose   Birth  Date: 1753  Place: ,   Childs Spouse: BUTTON, John   Childs Spouse: BUTTON, Nancy   Childs Spouse: BUTTON, Zacheus   Childs Spouse: COCHRAN, Eleanor   Childs Spouse: COCHRAN, Nancy   Childs Spouse: GEE, Nancy   Childs Spouse: HARLAN, John Jr   Child: HUFFMAN, Allen   Child: HUFFMAN, Armstead   Child: HUFFMAN, Barnett   Child: HUFFMAN, Edward   Child: HUFFMAN, Elam   Child: HUFFMAN, Elizabeth   Child: HUFFMAN, Frances   Child: HUFFMAN, Henry   Child: HUFFMAN, Jesse   Father: HUFFMAN, Johannes H   Child: HUFFMAN, John   Child: HUFFMAN, Lucy   Childs Spouse: LYON, Martha   Childs Spouse: MC CAMPBELL, Nancy   Childs Spouse: NUCKOLS, Mary T   Childs Spouse: O'NEAL, Eliza   Spouse: RAILSBACK, Mary   Mother: REICHMAN, Gertrude

[DI4071] Name: Pouncy Nuckols Date Written: 28 May 1881 Date Probated:21 May 1883 Children: D V Nuckols (male), John A Nuckols, Martha A Gardner, Susan M Ki rtley, Joseph O Nuckols, Elizabeth P Hodges, James E Nuckols Executor: Son James E Nuckols Witnesses: B B Duke, H Y Davis Barren Co KY Will Book 4, p. 435.

[NI4072] Researcher- Roland Jary Rsjary@earthlink.net Esther was one of ten children from this marriage: Michael Smythe Saunders - b 9 Mar 1810 Esther Powell Saunders - b. 5 Feb 1812 Jesse Saunders - b. 24 Feb 1814 Henry Shields Saunders - b. 3 May 1816 Elizabeth Ann Saunders - b. 1 Jul 1819 Mary Frances Saunders - b. 23 Jun 1821 Martha Jane Saunders - b. 12 Apr 1824 John Smythe Saunders - b. 22 Sep 1826 Joseph Francis Saunders - b. 9 Jan 1828 Benjamin Curd Saunders - b. 19 Apr 1831 Additional data on Saunders ancestors to 1539 and additional siblings of t he various children to current times are available in my database if anyo ne is interested. I am a descendent of this line.  can trace back to Jo hn Saunders b. 6 Jul 1539 Eng, m. 6 Jan 1563 to Jane Catchaside Roland Saunders Jary Fort Worth, Tx rsjary@earthlink.net

[DI4074] Name:  «tab»John Andrew Nuckols Death Date: «tab»25 Aug 1916 Death Location: «tab»Barren Co, Goodnight, KY Residence Location: «tab»Barren Co, Cave City, KY Age: «tab»82y 8m 20d Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White; Farmer; Married Birth Date: «tab»2 Jan 1834 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Pouncy Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Hettie Saunders Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Informant Leila Nuckols, Cave City, KY

[XI4076] Chuck Amos Farm

[NI4079] Tx death record says he was single at time of death World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Born 5-11-1897 living in Iowa Park TX born in Clifton, TX next of k in E O       Nuckols Wichita Daily Times Wichita Falls Texas 30 July 1918 40 Registrants Fail to Report For Physical- Frank J Nuckols

[DI4079] Name: «tab»Frank J. Nuckols Death Date: «tab»20 Jul 1964 Death Place: «tab»Big Spring, Howard, Texas, Vet Hosp 75 days Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»67 years WWI «tab» Birth Date: «tab»11 May 1897 Birthplace: «tab»Texas Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Hill Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Truck Driver, hauling Place of Residence: «tab»Cisco, Eastland, Texas Cemetery: «tab»unk Burial Place: «tab»Cisco, Texas Burial Date: «tab»20 Jul 1964 COD- Cancer of tight kidney Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2117594 Digital Film Number: «tab»4028382 Image Number: «tab»2414 Reference Number: «tab»cn44431 Source Citation"Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JF3F-Q9L : accessed 4 May 2012), Frank J. Nuckols, 1964.

[NI4081] From:Scott Gardner dragonah@qni.com

[DI4082] Name: «tab»Plesant Gardner Death Date: «tab»13 Mar 1944 Death Place: «tab»Seattle, King, Washington Gender: «tab»Male Race (Displayed on Form): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»84 years 6 months 16 days Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1860 Birth Date: «tab» Birth Place: «tab» Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»Mary Alice Gardner Father's Name: «tab»Ivy Gardner Father's Birth Place: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Martha Nuckles Mother's Birth Place: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2032315 Digital GS Number: «tab»4224993 Image Number: «tab»629 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»1260 Source Citation "Washington Death Certificates, 1907-1960," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3TL-RMZ : accessed 29 April 2012), Martha Nuckles in entry for Plesant Gardner (1944).

[NI4083] Name: Andrew Gardner Census Date: 1 Jan 1925 Residence County: Wayne  Residence State: Iowa  Locality: Humeston Birth Location: Ken Marital Status: Married  Gender: Male Estimated birth year: abt 1871  Race: White Mother: Marthe Knuckles Mother's Birth Location: Ken Father: Ivy Gardner Father's Birth Location: Ken Marriage Location: Ken Line: 23  Roll: IA1925_1980

[NI4093] F D Nuckols      Residence:   Occupation:   Service Record:   Enlisted as a Private on 20 September 1861 Enlisted in Company C, 6th Infantry Regiment Kentucky on 20 September 1861 . Killed Company C, 6th Infantry Regiment Kentucky on 05 August 1862 in Bat on Rouge, LA

[NI4098] These children found at http://moon.ouhsc.edu/bonner/harintro.htm

[NI4099] Father: Reuben Harrison b. 1749 in Amherst VA Mother: Margarett (Peggy) Franklin Lucy Bradshaw (Wife) Harriett Hannah Pickett (Wife) Martha Nuckols (Wife)

[NI4100] 1860 Census has Amanda age 32 in household, and 1870 Amanda Young age 38. 1860 Barren Co, KY Slave Schedules 54 Male Mulatto andw b Nuckolls District 1, Barren, Kentucky 52 Male Black andw b Nuckolls District 1, Barren, Kentucky 50 Female Black andw b Nuckolls District 1, Barren, Kentucky 12 Female Black andw b Nuckolls District 1, Barren, Kentucky 10 Male Black andw b Nuckolls District 1, Barren, Kentucky 6 Female Black andw b Nuckolls District 1, Barren, Kentucky

[NI4101] The Leake Family & Connecting Lines & George Warren Chapplear, Dayton V a, The Shendandoah Press 1932 pg 36 Bible records of William and Susan Wi nn George 6/4/1833

[NI4102] Judy NUCKOLS Powell wrote that a Wilhoyte researcher "made notes that  Laf ayette and Mary Elizabeth had the same father but not the same mother."  B oth are mentioned in Joseph's will, that seems to be the only fact that  c an be assure at this time.  Judy has an aunt who wrote the birth date  do wn of May 4, 1818.

[DI4102] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 about N P Nuckols Name: «tab»N P Nuckols Death Date: «tab»17 Oct 1857 Death Location: «tab»Oldham Residence Location: «tab»Oldham Age: «tab»34 Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»abt 1823 Father's Name: «tab»Joseph Nuckols COD Delerium Tremors

[NI4104] Newton is found in the First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred Book II pa ge 82 Number 238 Census Place:Lincoln, Grundy, Missouri Source:FHL Film 1254688  National Archives Film T9-0688     Page 36 0D Newton KNUCKLESSelfMMW38WVOcc:FarmerFa: WVMo: WVMary S. KNUCKLESWif eFMW34MOFa: ILMo: KY Sarah E. KNUCKLESDauFSW12MOFa: WVMo: MO Jesse L. KNUCKLESSonMSW9MOFa: WVMo: MO Una A. KNUCKLESDauFSW4MOFa: WVMo: MO Emma C. KNUCKLESDauFSW2MOFa: WVMo: MO Brainard Cemetery, Grundy County, MO Also known as Pulliam or Nuckles Cemetery. -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ Brainard Cemetery is located in Lincoln Township; S25-T62N-R24W. The na me is derived from the fact that the land was given by Isaiah Brainard; la ter the farm was owned by PULLIAMs; the origin of the NUCKLES name is uncl ear; this family is buried in Wooley Cemetery. The cemetery was record ed in 1963 by Mrs. B. F. Hoover and Mrs. O. L. Livingston. Wooley Cemetery, Grundy County, MO -------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------ This cemetery is located in Lincoln Township; S12-T62N-R24W, about 3/4 mi le west of Route Y on what is known as the old John Vogel farm (1963). T he cemetery is very inaccessible; lying close to Owl Branch of Muddy Cree k. The stones are down and broken and scattered. The NUCKLES family is al so buried here, but no markers can be located. The cemetery was record ed in 1963 by Mrs. B. F. Hoover and Mrs. O. L. Livingston.

[NI4105] Served in the Military on May 9, 1861 in the 4th Regiment Cavalry, Compa ny G, age 20. Timing suggests he died in the Civil War. His mother spo ke of "when Andy was killed" in her will. Received army pay in 1864. Enlisted as a Private on 09 May 1861 at the age of 20 Enlisted in Company G, 4th Cavalry Regiment Virginia on 09 May 1861.

[NI4108] Eugene migrated from Hanover Co VA to TX as a child after the Civil War and the early death of Samuel Reuben Nuckols' first wife Jane Ambler Jones.

[DI4108] Name: «tab»Eugene Overton Nuckole Death Date: «tab»10 Nov 1950 Death Place: «tab»Cisco, Eastland, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»91 years 9 months 19 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1/211859 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Richmond VA Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»S R Nuckole Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Mildred Duke Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Clovis, NM Burial Date: «tab»11/11/1950 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2074548 Digital Film Number: «tab»4166819 Image Number: «tab»1839 Reference Number: «tab»Item 5 cn 52576 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JFTF-F4L : accessed 7 May 2012), Eugene Overton Nuckole, 1950.

[NI4110] Name: «tab»E J Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»03 Oct 1879 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Luther Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»S J Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-4 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046938 Reference Number: «tab»269 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56L-HW5 : accessed 6 April 2012), E J Nuckols (1879). From: Rex & Rebecca McLaurin [mailto:rexmclrn@door.net] Subject:  OBIT - Jesse Booth 1818-1904 OBITUARY Whitney Messenger - June 3, 1904 Dallas Morning News May 13 1907 Eillis Diggs, a negro, age 21, was shot thru the stomach. Dep Sheriff Luther Nuckols arrested a negro boy. "Uncle Jesse Booth Passes to His Reward" "As presaged in our last issue, the low vitality of advanced years and the prostration of an acute bowel trouble, overwhelmed Uncle Jesse Booth and he succumbed to his illness last Sunday morning at about 3:30 o'clock. However, considering his decrepid years, he showed a remarkable resista nce to the approach of death and yielded in the last possible stages of his malady. All that loving friends and relatives could do was provided, and though it was a faint hope for his recovery, a heroic struggle was made. Therefore, death was not unexpected, and since it must come to all, the inevitable must be accepted, and in this case it was probably a liberation of the body from the sufferings of disease and decay. Uncle Jesse has gone to his heavenly reward, which, by a long life of piety and usefulness, he has so richly inherited. There are few kindlier disposed personages than was Uncle Jesse, and his quiet life and his proverbial friendliness to all, won for him the highest commondation from everyone. He was one of our most beloved old settlers, and had scores of anxious friends, who were ever interested in his welfare. As he grew older and seemed to retain the vigor of much younger years, his fondness in the hearts of our people increased, and each felt a personal and revered interest in him. Each succeeding year, as he would celebrate his birthdays, our people rejoiced with him that he was yet spared them and honored him with a kind devotion. Uncle Jesse had been a man of remarkable industry and strength, and even up to a few days ago enjoyed the health and strength to perform arduous manual labor, doing his farm work in the cultivation of a little crop. He had known little sickness throughout his long life, but his infirm age caused the thread of life to become brittle and was consequently easily snapped when the ravages of disease racked his body and prostrated him on a bed of sickness. The Messenger voices the sentiments of our entire people in attributing to this good and useful citizen the best eulogy given to man, and each heart is pricked with keen sorrow at his taking away, although he had run his course, in man's allotted time. When he was laid away all that was mortal was forever passed from view, but his memory will live and be cherished for years to come. No more honest man lived than Uncle Jesse and no one possessed and exercised a truer principle in life than he, having never incurred the hostility of anyone and passing to his eternal reward without having an iota of ill will against him.   His remains were consigned to their last resting place in t he DeGraffenried cemetery, Monday morning, at about 11 o'clock, the Masonic fraternity having conducted their burial rites at his grave. before the start was made to the cemetery a funeral service was conducted at his late residence by: Eld. L. N. Nuckols.(Luther Newton?) The obsequies were attended by a large concourse of sympathizing friends.   Jesse Booth was born in Patrick county, Va., on March 29, 1818, and w as therefore 86 years and two months old when death claimed him. When he was about 10 years old he moved to the western portion of Tennessee, whe re helived for a number of years, when he moved to Mississippi. His father died when he was quite young, and he being the oldest child had to provide for and protect his younger two brothers and four sisters. He engaged in the milling business in Mississippi for about ten years, when he sold out and moved back to Tennessee. He engaged in the cotton business there for some years, and in 1859 came to Texas, locating at Navasota and engaging in the mercantile business, which was during the time of the yellow fever scourge in that country. In 1869, he moved to Hill county, where he has since resided, and having engaged in farming and stock raising all this time. For years he conducted the first and most extensive brick plant in the county, and several of Whitney's store houses were constructed of brick from his kiln.   He was a faithful observer of the Seventh Day Adventist religion and was devout in all his doings. At the age of 22 years he was made a Mason and that order ministered to him during his la s illness and honored him in death.   On September 8, 1854, he was married in Mississippi, to Miss Mary A.Hicks, of Whitney, and who died in Tex as in 1868. To them were born four children, viz: Dora, Cora, Nora and Joe Booth, the latter having died several years ago. His three daughters, Mrs. Dora Sims, of Whitney, Mrs. W. T. Wade, of Hillsboro, and Mrs. Milt on West, of Whitney, survive him." NamesakeCaptain W. B. Newton, Confederate Officer, and his uncle Luth er Duke

[NI4111] Does not appear in his fathers household in 1870 as a child After Samuel Reuben  Nuckols came home from the Civil War, he was probab ly pleased that his wife was again pregnant and hoped that there was some joy some where down the road.  Her death in child birth must have been crushing.  The infant son was given to his mother's sister who migrated to Kentucky.   Virgil seemed to be in constant correspondence with his dad and brothers but only visited them in Texas Young Virgil was  reluctantly left with his mother's sister Catherine Duke Cocke as his father Samuel Reuben Nuckols migrated to Texas. Samuel was in serious trouble  in caring for a nursing infant.  In the days of slavery an infant would  have been given to a wet nurse.  I think that he gave the care of the infant to Mildred's sister Catherine  who had married William Cocke--son of his aunt Elizabeth Nuckols Cocke Nuckols.  In 1870 Virgil is not with Samuel in VA. TRENTON EXPONENT, March 1884, page 3. A Pleasant Affair. The oyster supper given by the ladies of the Trenton Methodist Church last Friday night was well attended, and the tables fair ly groaned with edibles of every description, served in the best style. The amusement of the evening was a game called "Snap, " in which everybody, from the youngest to the oldest, took a hand In a word the affair was indeed a pleasant one and all enjoyed themselves until 12 O'clock. The following ladies and gentlemen were in attendance: Misses Sue Fuque, Brenda Vineyard, Lydia Lockett. Annie Dickinson, Sue Waller, Annie Tandy , Katie Wilson, Mattie Wood, Ida Duerson, Lucy Duncan, Nannie McGuire, Mary Gaour, and Ella Garth. Col. John H. Wood, Messrs. Jim Chestnut, Jim Center, Lee Guynn, Cole Dickinson, John Dickinson, Sam Steger, Dr. F. J. Runyon, Messrs. George Randall, VIRGIL NUCKOLS, William Camp, A. N. Moore, Berg Moore, Lycurgus Arnold, Silas Henry Maynard, George Yost, Frank Hunter, a nd C. C. Noble. March 17, 2003 Mrs. William H. Drake 7300 Dearwester Drive, Apartment 130 Cincinnati, OH 45236-6120 Dear Doris, Although I think I answered the note on your card at Christma s, I am not sure that I mentioned in  detail the story of my grandfather 's (V. B. Nuckols) arrival in KY.  This is how it was told to me: When his family was moving from Virginia to Texas they stopped with his au nt either in KY or TN.  (If they mentioned the town, I don't remember it .)  The aunt was childless and my grandfather came from a large family.  The aunt persuaded my grandfather's parents to leave him with her.  My impr ession was always that this took place in KY.  I do know that at the time he was just a little boy but I have no dates to go by.If I have already told you this, blame the repetition on my age although generally speaki ng, I manage very well at 88 . As ever, Helen Drake It is very satisfying to finally get this family member located.  I have a picture of Virgil in 1903 so have often wondered about how he remained in KY when Samuel Reuben Nuckols took the other sons to Texas where he married Lydia Hunt. Helen speaks of Virgil's "parents" but his mother died when he was an infant. The lost of the war, the loss of his farm and finally the loss of his wife is what pushed SRN to migrate away from VA. THE STORY OF TODD COUNTY, KENTUCKY 1870-1970 Mr. V. B. Nuckols, father of Noel T. Nuckols of Elkton, invented a no-drip syrup pitcher.  In planning for the possible marketing of the product, Mr. Nuckols corresponded with Cambridge Glass Company, Cambridge, Ohio; Houston-Wells Glass Corp. of Bremen, Ohio, and with the Specialty Manuf acturing Company.  A letter which referred to the invention was dated 1939 . His eldest son Jack Nuckols of Newport, Campbell County, Kentucky, married a Miss Ethel Maynard, and represented the family at a reunion in Grier, New Mexico at the home of his brother Eugene.

[DI4111] Name:  «tab»Virgie Boardman Nuckols Death Date: «tab»17 Mar 1948 Death Location: «tab»Todd Residence Location: «tab»Todd Age: «tab»82 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»17 Feb 1866 Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Spouse's Name: «tab»Mrs Georgia Nuckels Spouse's Age: «tab»74 Father's Name: «tab»Reuben S Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Mother's Name: «tab»Mildred Duke Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia From Mrs. William H. Drake 7300 Dearwester Drive, Apartment 130 Cincinnati, OH 45236-6120 His descendants are using Boardman and that is on his death certificate. My  family tradition was that Bruckner was the name of the minister that married Samuel Nuckols and Mildred Duke.  I am going to change to Boardman to be in line with the death certificate that was filed by his son Noel Thomas Nuckols

[DI4113] Name: «tab»Florence Nuckols Death Date: «tab»21 Jul 1971 Death Place: «tab»Bryan, Brazos, Texas, Bryan Hosp Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»92 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1879 Birth Date: «tab»12/12/1878 Birthplace: «tab»Bosque Co, TX Marital Status: «tab»wid Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Byron Mccabe Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Mattie Traylor Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Bethlehem Cem Burial Place: «tab»Hill Co, TX Burial Date: «tab»7/22/1971 Additional Relatives: «tab»Inf- Mrs Frances M Cook, dau Film Number: «tab»2223289 Digital Film Number: «tab»4169327 Image Number: «tab»1572 Reference Number: «tab»46267 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J6ZV-45X : accessed 4 May 2012), Florence Nuckols, 1971.

[DI4114] Name: «tab»J.D. Nuckol Death Date: «tab»23 Aug 1921 Death Place: «tab»Houston, Harris, Texas, Baptist Sanitorium Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»40 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»17 Oct 1880 Birthplace: «tab»Austin Co, Texas Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»S.R. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Virginia Mother's Name: «tab»Evelyn Hunt Mother's Birthplace: «tab»La Grange, Texas Occupation: «tab»Mail Carrier Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Whitney, Tex Burial Date: «tab»25 Aug 1921 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Inf- W D Nuckols Film Number: «tab»2074233 Digital Film Number: «tab»4165887 Image Number: «tab»2572 Reference Number: «tab»v X cn 22677 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDDR-N4M : accessed 5 May 2012), S.R. Nuckols in entry for J.D. Nuckol, 1921.

[NI4115] 1930 Hill Co, Whitley, TX        Robert L Yarbro, head, 48, md 43       Hattie L, wife, 44, TX TX AL, md 18   Herman  Nuckols, stepson, 18, TX

[NI4116] Appears in First Virginia Nuckolls & Kindred Book II on page 252 # 1567.

[DI4116] Name: «tab»E D Nuckols Death Date: «tab»22 May 1931 Death Place: «tab»Whitney, Hill, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»W Death Age: «tab»48 years 8 months 8 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»14 Sep 1884 Birthplace: «tab»Tx Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Va Mother's Name: «tab»Eva Hunt Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tx Occupation: «tab»Hardware Merchant Place of Residence: «tab»Whitney Hill TX Cemetery: «tab»Bethleham Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»24 May 1931 COD- Throat cancer Additional Relatives: «tab»Inf-L E Nuckols, Whitley, TX Film Number: «tab»2135521 Digital Film Number: «tab»4163595 Image Number: «tab»3039 Reference Number: «tab»cn 24302 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J659-FLG : accessed 4 May 2012), E D Nuckols, 1931.

[NI4117] Dallas Morning News 2/11/1954 Mrs Maggie Nuckols Hilsboro Texas- Funerl services for Mrs Maggie Roundtree Nuckols, 68 of Wh itney who died in a Whitney hospital Tuesday will be held a the Whitney Pr esbyterian Church at 2 p.m. Thursday. Burial will be in Bethlehem Cemeter y. Born at Whitney, she resided there practically all her life. She w as a member of the Presbyterian Church. She is survived by a sister, M rs D L Roberts of Whitney, two sons, L E Nuckols of Dallas and J R Nucko ls of California; three daughters, Mrs Ralph Spencer of Dallas, Mrs Fred B asham of Fort Worth and Mrs John Scott of LUbbock; fifteen grandchildren a nd three great grandchildren.

[DI4117] Name: «tab»Maggie Nuckols Death Date: «tab»09 Feb 1954 Death Place: «tab»Whitney, Hill, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»68 years 11 months 7 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»02 Mar 1885 Birthplace: «tab»Hill Co., Texas Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»J. H. Roundtree Father's Birthplace: «tab»Texas Mother's Name: «tab»Jennie Fry Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Bethlehem Cemetery Burial Place: «tab»Whitley, TX Burial Date: «tab»2/11/1954 Additional Relatives: «tab»Inf- Mrs Fred Basham Film Number: «tab»2114068 Digital Film Number: «tab»4165579 Image Number: «tab»2014 Reference Number: «tab»7952 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JX5P-NZ8 : accessed 4 May 2012), Maggie Nuckols, 1954.

[XI4117] (1885-1954)

[NI4120] Hillsboro Evening Mirror Monday, August 5, 1912 Earl Nuckols who had been in ill health all his life, died at Austin on We dnesday morning, age 23 years, 4 months and 19 days. He was a brother of W .D., E.D. and J.D. Nuckols and for several years lived here with the famil y, but was sent to Austin in hopes of improving his health, but he continu ed to grow worse until death came as a relief. The remains arrived here ye sterday moring and were conveyed to the home of his brother, E.D.. The fun eral service was conducted yesterday afternoon by Rev. Moon after which t he remains were conveyed to the Bethlehem cemetery where they were interre d. To the bereaved family the Messenger extends deepest sympathy. Whitn ey Messenger.

[XI4120] (Hill Co, TX)  23-4-19

[DI4122] Richmond Times Dispatch 7/20/1929 Died Wed at his home on the Mountain Road in Hanover co, VA July 18, 1929 at 1:30 pm, David Harding Nuckols, 69 years of age. His , wife who was Miss Nannie C Talley of Louisa Va preceded him to the grave many years ago. He leaves 4 daughters, Mrs Bessie Brown, Mrs Amil Eddelton and Miss evelyn Nuckols of hanover, Mrs janie harlow of Ashland, Va; four sons, William D and Rosewell T of hanover, Bert S of Richmond Va and J C of Scranton Pa, one sister Mrs Hallie Nuckols of Henrico Co; three brothers, J Nuckols of West Virginia and Dr Lunsford Nuckols of Baltimore MD and james M nuckols of Ashland, VA. He leaves a host of relatives and friends. Funeral from the home at 3:30 pm Sat. Burial in familyplot

[DI4124] Richmond Times Aug 3 1904 Montpelier VA Aug 2 Mrs Emma Nuckols, daughter of Mr James Nuckols, died Friday morning. She leaves three sons and one daughter. Interment in the family burying gound near Goodall's

[NI4125] Unmarried

[HI4126] (Research):Pg 154 of "Henry Duke, Counselor" gives name as Jabez Andrew

[BI4126] Name:    J. ANDREW NUCKOLS Birth Date:    OCT 1865 Race:    W Sex:    M Father:    JAMES Mother:    LAVINIA Page:    128

[BI4127] Name:    C. NUCKOLS Birth Date:    APR 1871 Race:    W Sex:    M Father:    JAMES Mother:    LOUVENIA Page:    172

[XI4127] Tombstone DOB 1881, but this does not agree with census records or other siblings.

[BI4128] Name: «tab»Harriotte Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»19 Dec 1878 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Jas M Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»L E Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-4 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046938 Reference Number: «tab»256 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56L-W4M : accessed 6 April 2012), Harriotte Nuckols (1878). Name: «tab»H A Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»24 Dec 1877 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»J M Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»L E Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-4 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046938 Reference Number: «tab»246 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56L-QV2 : accessed 6 April 2012), H A Nuckols (1877).

[DI4128] Richmond Times Dispatch 1/14/1930 Mrs C J Nuckols died at her home on Broad St Road at 5 am on Jan 13. She is survivied by her husband, three daughters , one son and three brothers. Funeral Tues at 3:30

[NI4129] James Nuckols   Age: 28 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0025   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0146   County:  Hanover   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Wife Mertie 25 Virginia Daughter Euginia NR Virginia Mother Lavinia G 72 Virginia Sister Lily M 45 Virginia Name:    James Merywether Nuckols City:    Not Stated County:    Hanov er  State:    Virginia Birth Date:    11 Jan 1881  Race:    White  Roll:    1984719 Sep 12 1918 James Maryweather Nuckols res   Rt 3 Hanover Co, Beaver Dam, V A Age  37 born Jan 11 1881 Self emp farmer Nearest Kin - Eugenia E Nuckols same address Tall, stout, hazel eyes, brn hair Signed James M Nuckols U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: James Meriwether Nuckols Birth Date: 11 Jan 1881 age 61 Residence: Hanover, Virginia,Ashland Birth: Hanover, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mrs W W Mallory, Ashland Emp-Major R M Gouell, State Penetentiary, Spring St, Richmond

[BI4129] Name: «tab»James M Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»11 Jan 1881 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Jos M Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»D V Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-5 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046938 Reference Number: «tab»294 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56L-DQB : accessed 6 April 2012), James M Nuckols (1881).

[DI4129] Social Security Death Index about James Nuckols Name: «tab»James Nuckols SSN: «tab»226-42-4032 Last Residence: «tab»Virginia Born: «tab»11 Jan 1881 Died: «tab»Dec 1965 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (1951)

[NI4130] 4th Virgina Cavalry by Kenneth L Stiles, 1985 Nuckols, Petting Hardin, (Co G) enl 2/6/1863; AWOL Jan to Feb 1863 Absent, without leave on 15 January 1863 (Estimated day) Enlisted as a Private on 06 February 1863 Enlisted in Company G, 4th Cavalry Regiment Virginia on 06 February 1863. Returned on 15 February 1863 (Estimated day)

[DI4130] Richmond Times Dispatch Jan 3, 1903 Montpelier, VA Jan 2 Pettus Nuckols, of Waldelock, an honored citizen and valiant soldier of the Civil War died recently. His death caused by apoplexy was sudden. He was well known in Richmond. Mr Nuckols was sixty-four years old. He leaves a wife and five children, two girls and three boys

[NI4131] From Pete Nuckols 1/2010 Finally, Lena Nuckols Bourne lives just down Vontay road from George Henry Nuckols' homesite. Actually, she lives across the road, where it's name has changed to "Pouncey Tract Road".I visited with her last summer and she was gracious enough to let me scan some photographs and shared some of her memories. She lives in a house built by her father (she's lived there her whole life). The house turned 100 last year, and she was 92 or 93 herself! The picture is taken in Mrs. Bourne's front yard.She mentioned Martha Sue Nuckols, her grandmother, as being a spry woman even in her old age. She lived to be 103 and is buried behind George Henry Nuckols' house (I sent a pic of her grave in another email). Martha Sue would walk back and forth between George Henry's and her grandaughter's house to visit, and would even walk to Church when no ride was available. I have two scanned photographs of Martha Sue I'll send you from a different computer tomorrow. By the way, several of my uncles remember their father, Herbert Oswald, talking about an "Aunt Sue" who I believe to be this Martha Sue.

[DI4131] NO date with this email Mrs. M. S. Nuckols Succumbs at 101 ROCKVILLE, VA., Oct. 16-Mrs. Martha Sue Nuckols, of Rockville, died Friday at a Richmond hospital. She was 101. She is survived by a son, P. H. Nuckols, of Richmond; a daughter, Mrs. Neva Bolles, of Richmond; four sisters, Mrs. O. C. Peers and Mrs. I. E. Lumsden, both of Richmond; Mrs. Kate Kersey, of Louisa, Va., and Mrs. Maude Emory, of Williamburg, 14 grandchildr en and 23 great-grandchildren. A funeral service will be held at 3 P. M. S unday at Joseph W. Bliley Funeral Home in Richmond. Burial will be in the family cemetery in Hanover County.

[NI4132] Martha S Nuckols   Age: 58 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0020   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0177   County:  Hanover   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Son Goodmassie 28 Virginia Daughter Ida P 24 Virginia Son Hudson 20 Virginia Son Earl C 14 Virginia Daughter-in-law Imogene H 29 Virginia Granddaughter Sue 02 Virginia Name:    Goode Marrie Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Hanover  Sta te:    Virginia Birth Date:    16 Feb 1882  Race:    White  Roll:    1984719 Sep 12 1918 Goode Massie Nuckols res Hanover Co, Vontay, VA Age  35 born Feb 16 1882 Self emp farmer Nearest kin- Imogene B Nuckols same address Tall, slender, blue eyes, dark hair U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Goode Massey Nuckols Birth Date: 16 Feb 1882 age 60 Residence: Hanover, Virginia, Rockville Birth: Hanover, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mrs G M Nuckols Emp-Self

[NI4133] Maid of honor for wedding of Mabel Dollie Baker and Harry Lee Hechler of N orfolk 12/6/1906 Washington Post

[XI4134] According to George Henry and Lena, Iola Nuckols who married Mason Vaughan isthe one buried in the above ground vault in the cemetery.   No headstone orname marker was visible on the vault.  Iola Price Nuckols 1886-1930 daughter of Pettus Hardin Nuckols

[NI4135] Name:    Pettus Hudson Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Hanover  St ate:    Virginia Birthplace:    Virginia  Birth Date:    2 Jul 1890  Race:    Caucasian Rol l:    1984719 Jun 5 1917 Pettus Hudson Nuckols res Hanover Co, Vontay, VA Age 26 born July 2 1890 Vontay, VA Mechanic- Munitions for American Locomotive Co Single, supports mother and sister Tall, medium build, grey blue eyes, brown hair Signed P H Nuckols U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Pettus Hudson Nuckols Birth Date: 2 Jul 1889 Residence: Henrico, Virginia, Glen Allen Birth: Hanover, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 notify-Mrs Annie Nuckols, same add Emp-Smith Itterback, car salesman

[BI4135] Name: «tab»P L Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»03 Jan 1890 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»P L Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Martha Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-6 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046938 Reference Number: «tab»434 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56L-1HS : accessed 6 April 2012), P L Nuckols (1890).

[NI4137] Name:    Earl Conway Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Hanover  Stat e:    Virginia Birthplace:    Virginia;United States of America  Birth Date:    20 Oct 18 95 Race:    Caucasian  Roll:    1984719 June 5 191 7Earl Conway Nuckols res Vontay, VA Age 21 born Oct 20 1895 Vontay, VA Farmer emplyed by mother Single, nearest kin mother, same address Claims exemption for dependant relatives (not named) Short, slender, blue eyes, brn hair U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Earl Conway Nuckols Birth Date: 20 Oct 1896 age 45 Residence: Lee, Virginia Birth: Hanover, Rockville, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 notify-Mrs E L Nuckols, Atlee, VA Emp-RF&P RR Co

[NI4138] This family line submitted by Jack Ledbetter, Nuckolls Society Member The family shows up in the 1880 Census of Beaver Dam, Hanover County, Virg inia with eight children.  In the 1900 Census they show up in Austin, Tex as at 1017 East 8th Street, with five of their children and one daughter-i n-law. Alpheus NuckolsW M 39,Farmer VictoriaW F  39, wife,Keeping house Ella F.W F  18, daughter,At home EdgarW M 15, sonWorks on farm MinnieW F  13, daughter,At school HattieW F  11, daughter,At school OttieW F   9,  daughter, ClaudeW M  7, son, BirdieW F   5, daughter, MatildaW F   3, daughter (Copy of 1880 Census provided by Claudia Cooper, great granddaughter of Al pheus Nuckols) The 1900 Census for Austin, Travis County, Texas, Sheet 2, Page 82, sho ws "A.B. Nuckols", born October, 1840 and now 59.  It also listed the foll owing: Victoriawife, 60b. Feb 1840, Virginia Ottiedaughter, 25b. April 1875, Virginia C.A.son, 23b. May 1877, Virginia Mrs. Maggiedau-in-law, 22b. Aug 1878, Texas B.L..daughter, 22b. Aug 1878, Virginia M.E.daughter, 19b. Nov 1880, Virginia A.V..daughter, 17b. Sept. 1882, Virginia According to our family lore he was one of four brothers who came from Eng land, fought for the South in the Civil War and was buried in the milita ry cemetery at Vicksburg, with his name on a large monument there. This do es not appear to be accurate.  On 10/30/98, during a visit to Vicksbur g, no monument was found with the name "Nuckols."  No Nuckols or Nuckol ls is shown buried in the confederate cemetery in Vicksburg. Pvt- Capt. Woolfolk's Company, Virginia Light Artillery.       Nelson's C o. Va. L. Art. (Conf) According to CIVIL WAR SOLDIER RECORDS, Broadfoot Publishing Company, 19 07 Buena Vista Circle, Wilmington, NC 28411 there are two A.B. Nuckols w ho were Civil War soldiers; 1) VA 15th Inf. Co. C and 2) VA Lt. Arty. Wool folk's Co.      Further examination of "Compiled Service Records of Confederate Soldi ers Who Served in Organizations from the State of Virginia, Reel 350," Vir ginia State Library, Richmond, VA, show that Alpheus Nuckols enlisted M ay 21, 1861 in Capt. Nelson's Company of VA Light Arty, which was disband ed by S.O. No. 209, Hdqtrs, Army of Northern Virginia, dated Oct. 4, 186 2.  He was assigned to Woolfolk's Co., VA Lt. Arty and served throughout t he war as a Private.  He received pay at least through February 1864 ($12. 00 per month).  On Apr 18, 1865 he gave his "Parole of Honor" (as a prison er) not to take part in hostilities against the Government of the United S tates and was given permission to go to his home in Hanover County, VA.

[NI4139] From Richmond Virginia - one of the First Families of VA.

[DI4140] Name: «tab»Ella T. Rucker Death Date: «tab»22 Apr 1952 Death Place: «tab»San Antonio, Bexar, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»90 years 4 months 21 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»01 Dec 1861 Birthplace: «tab»Virginia Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»A.B. Knuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Virginia Mother's Name: «tab»Victoria Eva Ledbetter Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Virginia Occupation: «tab»Housewife Place of Residence: «tab»San Antonio, Bexar, Texas Cemetery: «tab»I.O.O.F. Cemetery Burial Place: «tab»San Antonio, Texas Burial Date: «tab»24 Apr 1952 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2075021 Digital Film Number: «tab»4167220 Image Number: «tab»2807 Reference Number: «tab»no. 16278 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDN8-PP5 : accessed 7 May 2012), A.B. Knuckols in entry for Ella T. Rucker, 1952.

[NI4141] Married his cousin- this is my great-grandfather he was married to Nancy Jones and they moved to Texas after their marriage and had 6 children Mamie, Mertie, Hessie, Lennie, Edgar and Dot Nuckols (real name was Jessie Lee and she is my grandmother.) She married a Mr. Brown and had two sons Ernest and Ralph. I am Ralph's daughter. If there is anything you can tell me or point me in the right direction, I would greatly appreciate it. (Janice Amatojanice.a.amato@us.andersen.com)

[DI4141] Dallas Morning New, 9/11/1904 A B Nuckols of this city has received news of the death of his eldest son, E L Nuckols which occurred yesterdy near Waco. He was employed  as fire man on the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad. He died suddenly of heart failure. The remains were brought here this evening for interment.

[NI4142] Name:    MILDRED NUCKOLS Birth Date:    JUN 1866 Race:    W Sex:    F Father:    A.B. Mother:    VICTORIA Page:    133

[DI4143] Name: «tab»Hattie Nuckols Moncure Death Date: «tab»20 Jan 1952 Death Place: «tab»Bastrop, Bastrop, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»82 years 9 months 1 day Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»19 Apr 1869 Birthplace: «tab»Virginia Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Allie Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Usa Mother's Name: «tab»Victoria Ledbetter Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Usa Occupation: «tab»Housewife Place of Residence: «tab»Bastrop, Bastrop, Texas Cemetery: «tab»Fairview Burial Place: «tab»Bastrop, Texas Burial Date: «tab»22 Jan 1952 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2074928 Digital Film Number: «tab»4167223 Image Number: «tab»89 Reference Number: «tab»cn 81 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDNZ-S95 : accessed 4 May 2012), Hattie Nuckols Moncure, 1952.

[NI4145] From an Austin, Texas Newspaper Clipping in May 1914 under the Headline "F ALL CAUSES QUICK DEATH": "While busy in the performance of his duti es as an employee in the Houston & Texas Central Railroad shops, Clau de A. Nuckols fell on a oil tank on the tender of an engine and died short ly afterward, never regaining consciousness." 1910 Travis Co, Austin, TX-pg 261 C A Nuchols, 36, M10y VA VA VA Maggie, wife, 31, 3/3 FL Claude, son, 6 TX T L, son, 4 TX Laura, dau, 2, TX Texas Death Index, 1903-2000 Name: Claude A. Nuckols Death Date: 24 May 1914 Death County: Travis Certificate: 11126

[DI4145] Name: «tab»Claude A. Nuckols Death Date: «tab»24 May 1914 Death Place: «tab»Austin, Travis, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»W Death Age: «tab»39 years 12 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»11 May 1875 Birthplace: «tab»Virginia Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»A. B. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Virginia Mother's Name: «tab»Ledbetter Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Virginia Occupation: «tab»Machinist H. Tc. R. R. Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Oakwood Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»25 May 1914 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Inf- Mrs Walter Fugel Film Number: «tab»2051127 Digital Film Number: «tab»4165726 Image Number: «tab»641 Reference Number: «tab»cn 11126 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JFNN-F5W : accessed 4 May 2012), Claude A. Nuckols, 1914.

[DI4146] Texas Death Index, 1903-2000 Name: Margaret Nuckois Death Date: 4 Jan 1948 Death County: Bexar Certificate: 567

[NI4147] Texas Death Index, 1903-2000 Name: Buedie Nuchols Fiegel Death Date: 29 Nov 1952 Death County: Travis Certificate: 36955

[DI4147] Name: «tab»Birdie Nuchols Fiegel Death Date: «tab»29 Nov 1952 Death Place: «tab»Austin, Travis, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»w Death Age: «tab»67 years 2 months 29 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»31 Aug 1885 Birthplace: «tab»Richmond, Virginia Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»A. B. Nuchols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Virginia Mother's Name: «tab»Victoria Ledbetter Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Virginia Occupation: «tab»Housewife Place of Residence: «tab»Austin, Travis, Texas Cemetery: «tab»Oakwood Burial Place: «tab»Austin, Texas Burial Date: «tab»30 Nov 1952 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2113702 Digital Film Number: «tab»4167265 Image Number: «tab»1123 Reference Number: «tab»cn56955 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J6MS-HVH : accessed 6 May 2012), Birdie Nuchols Fiegel, 1952.

[NI4148] A lovely person and wonderful mother, always cheerful and full of love f or her family, who called her "Tootsie".  She never complained about her i nfirmities from polio.

[MI4148] (Medical):Had Polio age 3 months

[BI4148] Name: «tab»Atwell Nuckols (????) Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»18 Sep 1881 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»A B Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Victoria Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-5 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046938 Reference Number: «tab»294 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56L-D79 : accessed 6 April 2012), Atwell Nuckols (1881).

[DI4148] Name: «tab»Allie Nuckols Lackey Death Date: «tab»30 Dec 1959 Death Place: «tab»Austin, Travis, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»78 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»18 Sep 1881 Birthplace: «tab»Virginia Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»A. Nuckels Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Victoria Ledbetter Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Domestic Res- 2007 Hopi Trail Place of Residence: «tab»Austin, Travis, Texas Cemetery: «tab»Sunset Memorial Park Burial Place: «tab»San Antonio, Texas Burial Date: «tab»31 Dec 1959 Inf- Mrs Leonora Ledbetter Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2116047 Digital Film Number: «tab»4166221 Image Number: «tab»2028 Reference Number: «tab»cn 73346 Source Citation"Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDXB-DYZ : accessed 4 May 2012), Allie Nuckols Lackey, 1959.

[NI4149] Family submitted by Kenneth Bruce Nuckols, Society Member From "Confederate Military History," Vol III, Press of Morningside Booksho p, 1975, pages 1078-79: Addison N. Nuckols, M.D., of Danville, Va., was born in Hanover County, June 20, 1844, the son of Rev. Harden D. Nuckols, a Baptist clergyman. He is the youngest of five brothers who served in the Confederate army. His brothers, Samuel R. and Pettus H., were privates in the Hanover troop, General Wickham's old calvary company, and though wounded in the service, are still living.  The company was also known as the "Nuckols command ," thirty-four of the family being members.  James M. was quartermaster-major, and Alpheus B. served in the Ashland artillery, Longstreet's Corps.  Addison N. was educated at the Huguenot Springs and the Green academies, but left school in the spring of 1862 to enlist in the Hanover artillery under Captain Nelson.  He fought with this command at Malvern Hill, but later in the year, upon the consolidation of several batteries, he w as transferred to the Amherst artillery. .... He was twice slightly wounded and several times narrowly escaped capture.  In 1869 Dr. Nuckols was graduated in medicine at Richmond medical college, and during the next two years he served as surgeon with the construction force of the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad.  Since 1879 he has been a prominent physician of Danville.  He is a member of the Cabell-Graves camp, Confederate Veterans.  In 1873 he was married to Sallie Adams, of Pittsylvania county, and they have seven children.

[DI4149] Richmond Times Dispatch June 1, 1910 Dr Addison M Nuckols, aged sixty-six years, a native of Hanover county and until two years ago  a resident of Danville, died late today at his home here after a brief illness of apoplexy. He served through the war in the Confederate service, first in the artillary and the last year was a courrier for General Long. He was twice wounded in service. He was a member of Cabell Graves Confederate Camp of Danville. Dr Nuckols is survived by his wife, who was Miss Sallie Adams of Pittsylvania county and the following children: Mrs J W Morris, Dorsey Nuckols and Miss Imogene Nuckols of Lynchburg, Mrs J A Bland of Hamlet NC and S A and N A Nuckols of New York City

[BI4153] Name: «tab»Violet G. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»04 Jan 1876 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»A. N. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Sallie W. Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-4 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046938 Reference Number: «tab»234 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56L-SX4 : accessed 6 April 2012), Violet G. Nuckols (1876).

[BI4154] Name: «tab»John Morris Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»22 Sep 1872 Birthplace: «tab»Albemarle, Virginia, United States Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Thos. F. Morris Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Mary F. Morris Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I07250-4 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046908 Reference Number: «tab»p 256 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XTH9-4DD : accessed 6 April 2012), John Morris (1872).

[NI4155] Mittie's husband, James E. Bland, was a conductor on the seaboard train. M ittie's daughter Imogene (my grandmother) eloped with S.C.Williams (my gra ndfather) and she was "disowned" by her parents. Mittie and James must have relented years later because they are in a pho to at my grandparent's home in Charlotte, NC! My grandfather, S.C.William s, was a telegrapher for the eastern seaboard railroad; then he went to barbering school and was the #1 barber for the largest sh op in Charlotte for 40 years. He was 13 years older than Imogene; she w as 16 when they eloped. He had to teach her how to cook and sew. You requested more info on Mittie. (when and where she married) I haven 't gotten anything on that yet. (where she died) my uncle mentioned her li ving in Florida. I haven't been able to get anything else yet. (when she d ied) I think I have given you this one before - December 12, 1959. You requested my descent from Mittie: Imogen Hannah Hart (me - Jean) Frances  Hannah Williams (my mother) Imogene Nuckols Bland (my grandmother) Mittie Wilson Nuckols (my great-grandmother) Do you need any further info?  Just let me know. Jean Drake From: Jean H Drake

[DI4156] Name:  «tab»James Everell Bland Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»76 Birth Date: «tab»23 Dec 1866 Birth Place: «tab»Chathan County, North Carolina, United States Death Date: «tab»19 Jan 1943 Death Location: «tab»Charlotte, Mecklenburg Spouse's name: «tab»Mittie Nucholss Bland Father's Name: «tab»William H Bland Residence: «tab»Ellenboro, Rutherford, North Carolina

[DI4159] Richmond Times Dispatch 7/17/1923 Lynchburg, Va-Miss Imogene Zilpa Nuckols, 38, died here sat following a week's illness. She formerly lived in Danville but had been a resident here for fifteen years. She is survived by these sisters and brothers: Mrs Mittie Bland, Ellenboro NC, Samuel Nuckols, New York, Dorsey Nuckols of Craddock, and W N Nuckols of Richmond.

[NI4162] Name:    Dorsey Brydon Nuckols City:    Not Stated County:    Elizabeth City  State:    Virginia  Birthplace:    Virginia;Uni ted States of America Birth Date:    9 Aug 1889  Race:    Caucasian  Roll:    1984711 June 5 1917 Dorsey Brydon Nuckols, age 27, RFD#1 Hampton, VA Born Aug 9 1889 in Danville, VA, machinist in US Navy yard Wife and 2 children to support, med height, slender, Golden? Eyes, brn hair U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Dorsey Brydon Nuckols Birth Date: 9 Aug 1889 age 52 Residence: Norfolk, Virginia 16 Channing Ave, Craddock, Portsmouth Birth: Danville, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mrs Myrtle L Nuckols same add Emp-US Govt-navy yard

[NI4163] Myrtle's aunt married President Woodrow Wilson.

[NI4166] Family tradition suggests that an "unenlisted" Fernando Cortez Nuckols, who was only 13 when the war started, also participated. There is a photo of him in a Confederate uniform. Since there are several recorded actions in hanover County, it is easy to imagine that a spirited teenage might have followed one of his five older brothers or simply participated in the fight "in his own back yard."

[NI4170] Name:    Asby Corteig Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Hanover  Sta te:    Virginia Birth Date:    18 Mar 1884  Race:    White  Roll:    1984719 Sept 12 1918 Ashby Cortez Nuckols res Louisa Co, Belmfors?, VA Age 34 born Mar 18 1884 Self emp farmer Nearest relative-Effie Johnson Nuckols 5'6", stout, grey eyes, light hair U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Ashby Cortez Nuckols Birth Date: 18 Mar 1884 age 58 Residence: Henrico, Virginia Broad Street Road Birth: Hanover, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Effie J Nuckols Self Employed Asby Cortez Nuckols Born March 18, 1884 Died September 11, 1955

[BI4170] Name: «tab»Ashby C Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»18 Mar 1884 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»F C Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»N M Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-5 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046938 Reference Number: «tab»340 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56L-JYF : accessed 6 April 2012), Aslia C Nuckols (1884).

[NI4171] Name:    Elly Cleveland Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Hanover  S tate:    Virginia Birthplace:    Virginia;United States of America  Birth Date:    17 Apr 18 87 Race:    Caucasian  Roll:    1984719 June 5 1917 Elby Cleveland Nuckols res Hanover Co, Taylorsville, VA Age 30 born April 17 1887 Hanover Co, VA Self empl farmer- Nearest Kin wife Med height, med build, blue eyes, blk hair U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Elby C Nuckols Birth Date: 17 Apr 1887 age55 Residence: Hanover, Virginia, Doswell Birth: Hanover, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mrs E C Nuckols Emp-Self, Doswell, VA

[BI4171] Name: «tab»Elley C Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»07 Apr 1887 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»F C Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»N M Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-6 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046938 Reference Number: «tab»399 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56L-5S8 : accessed 6 April 2012), Elley C Nuckols (1887).

[NI4172] World War I Draft Registration Cards, June 5 1917 Virginia: Richmond City Harry Sheirl Nuckols Res: 2120 Powhattan, Richmond, VA Age 27 born Oct 11/1889 Hanover Co, VA Emp-Dairyman- Richmond Wife and one child Claims exemption to support wife and child Med height, slender, dk blue eyes, dk brn hair U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Harry Sherrel Nuckols Birth Date: 11 Oct 1889 age 52 Residence: Richmond, Virginia 2510 4th Ave Birth: Hanover, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mrs H S Nuckols, same add Emp-self-309 Hooper St

[NI4174] Name:    Wesley William Nuckols City:    Richmond  County:    Richmond (In dependent City) State:    Virginia  Birthplace:    Virginia  Birth Date:    21 Mar 1892 Ra ce:    Caucasian Roll:    1985111  DraftBoard:    2 WWI Draft Registration Card June 5 1917 Wesley William Nuckols res:127 W Clay, Richmond, VA Age 25 born March 21 1892 Beaver Dam, VA Salesman for A B C Baking Co Dependant wife, no name Tall, med build, dark blue eyes, dark brn hair Signed Wesley William Nuckols poss 2nd wife Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - August 17, 1993 Deceased Name: Nuckols, Mrs. Ellen Stanley Nuckols, Mrs. Ellen Stanley, 93, of Richmond, a homemaker, widow of Wesl ey Nuckols. U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Wesley William Nuckols Birth Date: 21 Mar 1892 Residence: Richmond, Virginia 1903 Mechanicsville Pike Birth: Hanover, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify Mrs W W Nuckols, same add Emp-Central Baking Co, Richmond

[BI4174] Name: «tab»Wm. W. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»27 Mar 1892 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Fer. C. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Nina Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-7 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046938 Reference Number: «tab»471 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56G-QLC : accessed 6 April 2012), Wm. W. Nuckols (1892).

[DI4176] Family Bible in Virginia State Archives, Account Number 23825 appears to be written by Cecilia Bootwright, wife of Oswald NUCKOLS.  "Died on the 7th of January early in night--our Beloved Father & Father in law, Rev. Hardin Duke NUCKOLS after a lingering illness in the 81st ye ar of his age, his remains were placed at his desire at his home- Ridge Hill, Hanover Co. VA where he died on the South Anna River."

[NI4177] The Cecilia / Ciscelia name comes from her maternal grandmother, Cecelia Fendall Bell Pegram.

[DI4177] Richmond Dispatch, April 28, 1895 Pg 6 NUCKOLS- Died, at the residence of her husband, Captian O.H. Nuckols, Mrs C. C. Nuckols, in the 46th year of her age. She leaves a husband and three children; also her father, one of our oldest citizens. She died of consumption. She is the oldest child of Mr William Bootwright. Her funeral will take place on Monday morning at 11 o'clock from St John's Church. She bore her sufferings with Christian fortitude. She was a member of St John's P.E. church. Her friends and those of the family are requested to attend. Richmond Times April 30, 1895 Page 3 The funeral of Mrs O H Nuckols took place from St John's Episcopal church at 11 o'clock yesterday morning.

[XI4177] The Annals & History of Henrico Parish, Diocese of Virginia pg 214 Communicants of St Johns Church 1860-1903 pg397 St Johns Church Burials 4/29/1895 Mrs C C Nuckols, aged 46 yrs, buriedShockhoe Hill Cemetery

[BI4178] Name: «tab»A. B. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»10 Nov 1880 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»O. H. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»C. C. Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-4 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046938 Reference Number: «tab»274 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56L-CVD : accessed 6 April 2012), A. B. Nuckols (1880).

[DI4179] From Richmond News Leader, August 18, 1961. Retired Official of Dairy Dies; Masonic Leader. Herbert D. Nuckols of 3219 Barton ave., retired treasurer of the Richmond Dairy Co., died today at a local hospital.  He was a past master, St. John's lodge, #36, AF&AM, 32nd degree Scottish Rite Mason, a charter member of the National Association of Cost Accountants, a past state councilor of Aurora Council No. 28 Junior O.U.A.M. and a member of St. Mark's Episcopal Church.  Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Ann H. Nuckols; a son, H. Oswald Nuckols; a daughter, Mrs. Virginia Allen; a sister, Mrs. B.J. Campbell of Garden City, Long Island, N.Y.; eight grand-children and seven great -grandchildren.Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 11 a.m. at the Joseph W. Bliley Funeral Home, with burial in Riverview Cemetery.

[XI4179] Riverview Cemetery Herbert Duke Nuckols, d. 8/19/1961.  Owner of plot is H. D. Nucko ls & W. L. Harlow

[BI4182] Name: «tab»Henry Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»15 Jun 1860 Birthplace: «tab»Henrico, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Thos. E. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00110-4 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046941 Reference Number: «tab» Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5JT-7WY : accessed 6 April 2012), Henry Nuckols (1860).

[NI4191] m. CAPTAIN WILLIAM JASPER BORN, May 05, 1864, Gwinnett Co., Ga; b. May 28, 1835, GA; d. December 11, 1916, Lawrenceville, GA, Shadow Lawn Cemetery, above grown Vault. New and Complete Gazetteer of the U.S. (1854), p.589 LAWRENCEVILLE, a post-village, capital of Gwinnett county, Georgia, 90 miles N. N. W. from Milledgeville. The site is elevated and [p.590] healthy. It has a handsome court house, 2 academies, and 2 churches.

[NI4192] Descendants provided by James A Dawson 113 Brookview Dr Hazel Green, AL 35 750 jdawson@hiwaay.net

[NI4204] From Genealogies of Va families, Vol II, The Graves Family of Essex Co Broderbund CD

[NI4212] Since I wrote to you on January 4th, I have made good progress  investigat ing the wives of Andrew Knight Nuckols.  This is what I have found. O ne of the wives listed in my family history  was  an Elizabeth McCoy.  Whi le looking at the book I bought on the gravestone  inscriptions of the Nuc kols Cemetery in Fruitdale, Ross County,Ohio, I saw  the name Eliza Ann wi fe of Joseph McCoy. She died in October, 1841 aged  about 36 years. Inste ad of being Andrew Knight's wife, I believe she is his  daughter Elizabeth "Eliza" from his marriage to Martha "Patsey" Grav es.

[NI4214] Correct information:   John Satterwhite b. 15 Oct 1700 d. 14 Dec 1772 married abt. 1725 to Ann Graves b. 1704  d. 1791.  Ann's Parents:  Francis Graves jr.  and Ann Reynolds NOTE:  Essex county records Valentine papers page 1481: John Satterwhi te of Drisdale Parish, Carolina Co. Will of dated Dec 14, 1772. Lands to w ife Ann Satterwhite during her natural life or widowhood all land and plan tation with improvements together with six Negroes namely Sawny, Tom, Let t, Young Cena, Sue and Charles, also half of all other cattle, sheep and hogs, like wise one bed and furniture also, all other household furniture. Land and i mprovements thereon (after wife'sdecease) to 4 sons, namely Jeremiah, Jame s, Frances, and John to be equally divided amoung them. To son John Satter white after wife's decease my Negro man Tom. To daughter Jane Higgonbotha m, Negro girl Ester, provided she the sa. Jane or hert husband Samuel Higg enbotham returns or pays unto said estate 60: curr. for the same. To daughter Sarah Robinson, my Negro girl Patt, provided that she the s d. Sarah Robertson or her husband Francis Robinson returns or pays unto s d. estate 50. for same. To son Francis Satterwhite, Negro boy Ned, provi de the same sd, Fransis returns to pay back into my estate 30. curr, for t he same. to each of my children, Jeremiah, John and Clary one fether bed and furnit ure. The above named Negro woman called young Ceno which I have already le nd to my wife,that she should be my wife Ann Satterwhite, to her and her h eirs forever. To son Jeremiah Satterwhite, one negro girl called Amy. To d aughter Elizabeth Jeater, a Negro girl Isebell, provide she the sd. Elizab eth or her husband Elijah Jeater returns and pays back unto sd, estate 4 0. curr, for same. To children Jeremiah, Francis, John, Jane, Sarah, Mar y, Ann and Clary each of them 40s: to be paid out of my estate. If Negro m an Ton is alive at wife's decease that negroes I have lent her should be e qually divided with their increase amoung all my children, excepting my s on John but he should be dead that what I lent my wife Excepting the neg ro Cenor, which I fully gave my wife should be equally divided amoung my c hildren. Remander of estate of which kind soever I give to be equally divi ded amoung all my children. Wife Ann Extrx and so John Satterwhite and Dav id Stern, Exors. Witnesses-Ed. Vauter, Caleb Boulware, Mark Boulware. Recorded-sept. 20, 1779. W. B. 13, p 258 (?) John Satterwhite, acct. of estate of: returned and recorded Oct 16, 178 0. W. Bk. 13 p 319.

[NI4218] Thmas D Hope   Age: 49 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0020   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0183   County:  Hanover   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Wife M O 40 Virginia Niece Myrtle Nuckols 17 Virginia Mother-in-law Belle 83 Virginia

[BI4219] Name: Ralph B Nuckles Date of Birth: 22 Jun 1928 Birth County: Guilford Parent1 Name: Durward B Nuckles Roll Number: B_C046_66002 Volume: 32 Page: 592

[DI4219] Greensboro News & Record (NC) - January 25, 2004 Deceased Name: RALPH BOYD NUCKLES Mr. Ralph Boyd Nuckles, 75, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2004, at Wesley Long Community Hospital. Mr. Nuckles had surgery on Dec. 15, 2003, followed by a heart attack, and was in the Intensive Care Unit for 36 days. No formal funeral service or visitation will be held at this time. A memorial service will be held at Muirs Chapel United Methodist Church at a later date, and a notice will be placed in the newspaper. Ralph was born in Greensboro on June 22, 1928, to the late Durward B. and Hallie Sams Nuckles. He was educated in the Greensboro public schools. On Oct. 10, 1949, Ralph married Paula Davis of Goldsboro and they celebrated their 54th wedding anniversary in 2003. Ralph was a quiet, private person  who loved his family, tinkering around the house, on his car and in the ya d. He retired in 1994 after 38 1 / 2 years as a printer at Container Corporation of America (now Jefferson Smurfit Corporation). Ralph enjoyed walking at Bicentennial Park with Paula and made many friends both human and animal. He enjoyed sitting on the deck of their house enjoying the sun and the blue sky and clouds. He was a member of Muirs Chapel United Methodist Church in Greensboro. Surviving Ralph are his wife of 54 years, Paula Davis Nuckles; sons, Steve Nuckles and his wife, Peggy, and Daran Nuckles; half-brother Jerry Varner and his wife, Johnnye; Jerry and Dotties two daughters, Cindy and Leslie Ann and our special Dottie; sister-in-law Glorida Davis Roberts and her husband, Tom; nephew Marg Ryan and family; brother-in-law Charles Dav is Jr.; Uncle Donald Sams and his wife, Hazel, and cousin Louise Handy Jertson; as well as many friends and former co-workers. Paula and his family wish to express heartfelt thanks and love to his doctors, Dr. Al Littl e, Dr. David Newman and Dr. Wert and their associates; all of the nurses a nd staff of the I.C.U. at Wesley Long Hospital, not only for their excelle nt medical skills but the love and compassion which meant so much. Our thanks also to Chaplains Terry Moore-Painter and Peggy Lambeth, Lucy Scott t he Nurse Care Manager. All of you made those 36 long, heartbreaking, sad d ays easier. We love you! Paula says that now Ralph is watching from heave n, snickering as she tries to unstop the bathroom sink, take out the big g arbage can, get things off the top shelves and other things. Beloved husband, I will always love and miss you. Memorials may be made in Ralphs na me to Muirs Chapel United Methodist Church, 314 Muirs Chapel Road, Greensb oro, NC 27410. News & Record Newspaper Location: Greensboro, NC, US Obituary Publicati on Date: 1/22/2004 Mr. Ralph Boyd Nuckles, 75, died Wednesday, Jan. 21, 20 04, at Wesley Long Community Hospital. A memorial service for Mr. Nuckles will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 20, 2004, at Muirs Chapel United Methodist Church. Ralph Nuckles worked for 38 1/2 years as a printer f or Container Corporation of America, now Jefferson-Smurfit Corporation a nd was an active member of Muirs Chapel United Methodist Church. Memoria ls may be made in Ralph's name to Muirs Chapel United Methodist Church, 3 14 Muirs Chapel Road, Greensboro, N.C. 27410. Forbis and Dick North Elm Ch apel is serving the family. Name: Ralph B. Nuckles SSN: 239-36-2414 Last Residence: 27410  Greensboro, Guilford, North Carolina, United Stat es of America Born: 22 Jun 1928 Died: 21 Jan 2004 State (Year) SSN issued: North Carolina (Before 1951 )

[NI4220] 1900 Census says born 1848, but he is not born by 1850 census. Shows in 18 60 Census as age nine indicating he was born after the 1850 census. Not kn owing when Elizabeth died, we are not sure which children belong to her. Nuckols, William V Age:  61 Gender:  M Race:  W Birthplace:  AL State:  Alabama County:  JEFFERSON Locale:  HUEY Series:  T624 Roll:  17 Part:  3 Page:  165A 1910 household has mother in law Frances Ellis, 73, wd, 4/3 SC SC SC

[NI4221] Father: John Barnett b: ABT 1687 in Goochland County, Virginia Mother: Katherine Farrar b: ABT 1687 in Henrico County, Virginia Name: John Barnett Sex: M Birth: ABT 1687 in Goochland County, Virginia Death: BEF 8 SEP 1756 in Goochland County, Virginia Will: 7 OCT 1755 Proved 21 September 1756 in Goochland County, Virginia Note: GOOCHLAND DEEDS BK 1, p. 157 This Indenture made this sixteenth Day of December in the ye ar of our Lord One Thousand seven Hundred and twenty nine Between John ffa rrar of the One part and John Barnet of the other part witnesseth that t he said John ffarrar for and in consideration of the sum of fforty poun ds currant Money to the said John ffarrar by the said John Barnet in ha nd paid hath given granted & Bargained sold, aliened, Enfoeffed and confir med and by these presents doth grant Bargain Sell, Alien Enfoeff and confi rm unto the said John Barnet and to his heirs for ever and certain tra ct or parcell of land containing One Hundred & Sixty five acres be the sa me more or less and bounded as followeth (to witt) being the upper pa rt of a certain tract of land granted by patent (bearing date the twelf th day of July in the year of our Lord One thousand seven hundred & eighte en) unto John Barnes Junr & William Barnes together with all houses, orcha rds gardens, houses and other apprutenances to the same belonging To ha ve and to hold the said land and premises unto him the said John Barnet a nd to his heirs and assignes for ever, and the said John ffarrar doth f or himself and his heirs covenant and grant to and with him the said Jo hn Barnet and his heirs and assigns that he the said John Barnet his hei rs and against all other persons whatsoever shall and will warrant a nd by these presents forever shall and will warrant and by this presents f or ever defend In witness whereof the said John ffarrar hath hereunto s et his hand and seal the day and year above written. Signed sealed & deliv ered in pressents of Wm. Holdarbe, Joseph Ffarrar. [signed] John ffarra r. At a court held for Goochland County the Sixteenth day of December 1729 . His Goochland County, North Carolina Will: In the name of god Amen the Seventh day of October one thousand seven hund red and fifty five I John Barnett Senr of the COunty of Goochland bei ng at this present very sick and weak in Body but of sound and perfect dis posing mind and memory thanks be to Almighty God for it considering the ce rtaintay of Death and the uncertainty of the time thereof do make Ordain a nd declare this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following th at is to say first and principally I commend my Soul to the hands of G od my Creator that gave it me, and my Body I commit to the Earth to be Bur ied after a deceant Christian like manner, and as to what worldly goo ds it hath pleased God to bestow upon me I give and dispose in manner a nd form following. Item First I give and bequeath unto my son thomas Barnett that pa rt of my land he now lives on to him and his heirs forever. Item and the other part of my land with the plantation I now live on I gi ve and devise unto my youngest son Jesse Barnett to him and his heirs fore ver, the Branch between them to be ye dividing. Item And remaining part of my Estate both real and personal I give and beq ueath unto the rest of my Children namely Richard Barnett, John Barnett, W illiam Barnett, Joseph Barnett, Edward Barnett, Catherine Whitler, Sarah B arnett, Mary Barnett, and Frances Barnett to them and their heirs foreve r, to be equally divided between them, at the Death or Marriage of my Wi fe desiring my Estate may not be appraised. Item I hereby nominate constitute and appoint my Dear wife Catherine Barne tt, my son John Barnett and my Son Thomas Barnett, to be my Sole and fu ll Executors of this my Last Will and Testament in Witness whereof I the s aid John Barnett Senr have hereunto set my hand and Seal. In Presents of Samueal (S) hix Senr, Henry Whitler, John Farrar. At a Court held for Goochland County September the 21st 1756. This writing was proved by the oaths of Samuel Hix Senr and Henry Whitl er to be the last will and Testament of John Barnett Senr deceased and w as thereupon admitted to record. BK 8, p. 380. A true Inventory of the Estate of John Barnett Deceas’d vi z. To Six Negoes Namely Juda, Jno, Phil, Edy, Colley & Peter. To three fea ther beds and furniture. To three Chests. To three Iron pots, two pot rac ks and Hooks, To one spice Mortar, To one Iron Spit, one Iron Pestle, To f ive Chears, To two Spinning wheels, To two Tables, To two weding hoes, t wo hilling hoes, two ax’s, one trowel hoe, two stock locks, To one hors e, seven Cattle,five sheep, Eight Geese, To thirteen hogs, To two dishes,t wo basons, Eight plates, two Dozen spoons, To one pr fire tongs, one skime r, one pr flesh hooks, one light wood horse, To one side sadle, two cand le sticks, to two jugs. Thomas Barnet & Katherine K Barnett.

[XI4223] Chuck Amos Farm

[NI4224] HISTORY OF KENTUCKY ON PAGES 183-184; O.P.Nuckols, M.D. Among the native sons of Kentucky who have here achiev ed success and prestige in the exacting profession of medicine and surge ry stands Dr.Nuckols, who has gained distinction not only in the active pr actice of his profession but also in its educational work, as he was for t wo years adjunct professor of surgery in the KY School of Medicine, now t he medical department of the University of LouisAile.  Since 1910 he has b een established in successful general practice in the City of Pinevlle, ju dicial center and metropolis of Bell County. Dr. Nuckols was born near Glasgow, Barren Co KY, September 27, 1861, and is a scion of one of the old and honored pioneer families of that county, where his paternal great-grandfather, Andrew Nuckols, settled in early in an early day, upon coming from his native State of VA, in which the family was founded in the Colonial period of American History.  Ponce N uckols, grandfather of the Dr., was born in Va in 1803, and was a boy at t he time of the family migration to KY. Like his father,he became a success ful exponent of farm industry in Barren Co, and there he continued to reside until his death, in 1877, his wife, whose family name was Saunders, likewise having died in that County.  Their son John Andrew Nuckols was bo rn in Barren County, KY in the year 1834, and his death occurred on his line old homestead farm near Glasgow,  in 1916.  This homestead had  been ow ned by the father of his wife and is one of the  well improved and valuab le estates of Barren Co., its location being six miles north of Glasgow, the county seat.  John Andrew Nuckols was not only one of the progressive a nd successful representatives of farm industry. He was also an honored a nd influential figure in community affairs.  His political allegiance was given to the Democratic party, and both he and his wife were earnest members of the Primitive Baptist Church.  Mrs.Nuckols, whose maiden name w as LouAna Baird, died on the old home farm April 20, 1920,that place havin g, as previously noted, been formerly owned by her father and her birth ha ving there occurred in the year 1834.  Her father, Obediah Baird, was bo rn in VA, in  1805, was a pioneer settler in Barren County, KY, where he reclaimed and developed the farm of which mention has been made and where h is death occurred in 1890. John Andrew and Lovina(Baird)Nuckols became the parents to five children, who attained to years of maturity:  Cora Nuckols became the wife of O.P .Owens, a prosperous farmer near Glasgow, Barren Co KY; Mollie is the wife of G.W.Ellis, who is engaged in the tobacco business at Glasgow, whe re also he is interested in banking enterprise; Doctor Nuckols, of this review, was the next in order of birth; James R. is associated with his younger sister, Miss Lelia E., in the ownership of the old home farm, upon which both reside and of which he has the active management. After making go od use of the advantages afforded in the rural schools of his native county Doctor Nuckols there entered the Glasgow Normal College, in which insti tution he was graduated as a member of the class of 1885.  He early formulated definite plans for his future career, and in consonance therewi th he finally entered the medical department of the University of Tennesse e, at Nashville, in which he applied himself with characteristic energy a nd receptiveness and in which he earned his degree of Doctor of Medicin e. He was for seven years engaged in active general practice at Canmer, Ha rt County, and for the ensuing eleven years was engaged in practice in t he City of  Louisville, this metropolitan experience being of much val ue to him, as was also his effective service, during two years of the peri od, as adjunct professor of surgery in the Kentucky School of Medicin e.  As previously noted in this context, he has been established in practi ce at Pineville since 1910, as one of the leading physicians and surgeo ns of Bell County.  His office maintained in the Foley Building on Virgin ia Avenue, and on the same avenue he owns and occupies one of  the attract ive and modern residences of the city. He has served as president of the B ell County Medical Society, of which he is secretary at the time of this w riting, in 1921, and is identified also with the Kentucky State Medical So ciety and the American Medical Association.  His civic loyalty and progres siveness are indicated by his helpful alliance with the Pineville Chamber of Commerce; he is a democrat in politics, is a steward in the local Methodist Episcopal Church, South, of which his wife likewise is a zealous m ember, and he is affiliated with Bell Lodge No. 691, Free and Accepted Mas ons.     To the nation's military service in the great World war Doctor Nuckols gave one of his sons, and he personally was most loyal and active in ad vancing the various patriotic measures and undertakings in his home county. He was a member of the Medical Advisory Board of the Fourteenth Congres sional District, comprising six counties, aided in all of the local campai gns in support of the Government war-bond issues, savings stamps, etc ., to which he made his personal contributions most liberal, and his activities in connection with such patriotic work in Bell County continued unt il the close of the war.     At Canmer, Hart County, in 1887, was solemnized the marriage of Doct or Nuckols to Miss Kathleen Matthis, daughter of Professor C. W. and Jemi ma (Stuart) Matthis, who now reside at Pineville, where the father is livi ng retired after many years of distinguished service in connection with ed ucational work in Kentucky. Professor Matthis not only played an importa nt part in raising the standard of public schools of Kentucky, but also fo unded and was for a long time the executive and scholastic head of Gilead Institute in Hart County. His birth occurred at Cecilia, Hardin County, th is state in 1834. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1921 > July > 21 We the undersighend County Board of Health, endorse the action of the ci ty commissioners in their order for compulsary  vacination, as we kn ow of no other effective way  to check the spread of smallpox. The authori ties have been able to find about sixty (60 ) cases no date, but no dou nt there are many others. O P Nuckols C K Brosheer J P Edmonds Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1921 > Novemb H C Richardson will spend Thanksgiving at Pineville as the guest of O P N uckols Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) >Monday, Dec 12, 1923 Dr Nuckols Heads Bell Co, Society Medical Society Elects  Officers at the home of T T Gibson for the year DR O P Nuckols of Pineville will head the Bell County Medical Society f or the coming year, according to the election of officers held at the regu lar meeting Friday..... Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1922 > October > 14 Bell County Medical Society Meets Here Last Night. ...............Those present,, Dr O Nuckols Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1922 > October > 14 Dr H C COmbs, Dr J G Foley, and Dr O P Nuckols of Pineville were busine ss visitors in Middlesboro last night. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1922 > December > 16 Dr J Tinsley Heads Medical Society this year. As retiring president of the Bell County Medical Society, Dr O P Nuckols t endered to its members a sevn course dinner at the Continental Hotel last night. The tables were beaautifully decoratedc, and the turkey dinner, including the delicacies of the Christmas season , was perfect in appoi ntment. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > March > 12 Miss Belle Duckett Hurt When Struck by Automobile Miss Belle Duckett was painfully injured at 7:30 o'clock Friday night wh en she was struck by the car of R W Davis in fron of the B B Golden reside nce. Miss Duckett was crossing the street on her way to attend the servi ce  at the Baptist Church when the accident happened. The car did not pa ss over her body but she was dragged a short distance and suffered a c ut on her head and body brusies. Mrs Davis drove her to Dr Nuckols office where her injuries were dresssed and then drove her home. Miss Ducke tt is not considered seriously hurt. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > April > 16 Pineville Doctors Attend Middlesboro Meeting. Dr J G Foley and Dr O P Nuckols of Pineville attended the monthly meeting of the Beel County Medical Association....at the Brosheer Brummet Hospi tal Friday night.

[DI4224] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Dr O P Nuckals Death Date: «tab»19 Sep 1934 age 73 Physician Death Location: «tab»Bell Co, Middlesboro Residence Location: «tab»Bell Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Informant J Leon Nuckols

[NI4225] James R. was associated with his sister, Miss Lelia E.Nuckols, in the owne rship of the old home farm, upon which both reside and of which he has t he active management.

[DI4225] Name:  «tab»James Roscoe Nuckols Death Date: «tab»29 May 1937 Death Location: «tab»Barren Co, Goodnight, KY Residence Location: «tab»Barren, Cave City Age: «tab»72y 1m 22d Gender: «tab»Male; Single Ethnicity: «tab»White; Farm owner Birth Date: «tab»7 Apr 1865 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»J A Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Luvina Baird Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Informant Miss Lelia Nuckols, Cave City, KY

[DI4226] Name:  «tab»Lelia E Nuckols Death Date: «tab»10 Feb 1951 Death Location: «tab»Warren Residence Location: «tab»Warren Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»John A Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»Vinie Beard

[DI4227] Name:  «tab»Cora Nuchols Owens [Cora Nuchols Nuckals] Death Date: «tab»2 Feb 1937 Death Location: «tab»Barren Co, Goodnight Residence Location: «tab»Barren Cave City Age: «tab»80y 9m 18d Gender: «tab»Female; Widow Ethnicity: «tab»White; Housework Birth Date: «tab»14 Apr 1856 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Spouse's Name: «tab»Oscar Owens Father's Name: «tab»John A Nuckals Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Lovina Baird Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Inf- J R Nuckols, Cave City, KY

[NI4228] Mrs. Geo. W. Ellis. Mrs. Mollie Ellis, wife of Hon. Geo. W. Ellis, di ed at the family residence two miles South of Glsgow, Sunday, at the a ge of 74years, after a lingering illness."She is survived by her husband a nd three sons, Messrs.Floyd Ellis of this county, Cecil Ellis, whose where abouts are not known, and Earl Ellis of Florida."Before marriage she was M iss Mollie Nuckols and was born and reared in the northern section of t he county."She is survived by two sisters and two brothers. They are: D r. O. P. Nuckols of Pineville, KY., Mrs. Oscar Owens, Mr. Jim Nuckols a nd Miss Lela Nuckols, all living in the northern part of Barren county."Mr s. Ellis was for many years a leading teacher of the county, a devout memb er of the Baptist church, and one of the very best ladies in the county."F uneral services were held at the Baptist church ehre Tuesday morning by Re v. T. F. Grider, followed by burial in the Glasgow cemetery. Mollie Ellis - Glasgow Municipal Cemetery 1859-1933, on same stone with George W. Unknown Glasgow (KY) newspaper, found in old scrapbook.

[BI4228] Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 Name: «tab»Mary P Nuckols Birth Date: «tab»24 Jan 1859 Birth County: «tab»Barren Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Female Father's Name: «tab»John Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»Lovini Baird County of Residence: «tab»Barren

[DI4228] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Mollie P Ellis [Mollie P Nuckols] Death Date: «tab»12 Feb 1933 Death Location: «tab»Barren Residence Location: «tab»Barren Gender: «tab»Female; Married Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»24 Dec Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Spouse's Name: «tab»Geo W Ellis Father's Name: «tab»John A Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Vina Baird Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Informant- (blank) COD-Hypertension

[NI4230] 1880Census Place:Rocky Hill, Barren, Kentucky Source:FHL Film 1254402  National Archives Film T9-0402     Page 9 Eli W. OWENSSelfMMW63VAOcc:FarmingFa: VAMo: VA Sarah H. OWENSWifeFMW46KYFa: KYMo: KY Fannie OWENSDauFSW31KYFa: VAMo: KY Oscar OWENSSonMSW24KYFa: VAMo: KY Ed L. OWENSSonMSW22KYFa: VAMo: KY Theodosia OWENSDauFSW18KYFa: VAMo: KY Nat OWENSSonMSW16KYFa: VAMo: KY

[NI4231] G.W. Ellis, was engaged in the tobacco business at Glasgow,Barren Count y, KY where he was also interested in banking enterprise.

[NI4232] Resides with his granddaughter Rosa Emma Nuckols Kelly lived in 1890 hanov er Co, VA

[NI4233] Richmond Times Dispatch 3/1/1994 Nuckols , Lewis Addison, 80, of Richmond, a retired E.I. DuPont C o. Inc. Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - March 1, 1994 Deceased Name: Nuckols, Lewis Addison Nuckols, Lewis Addison, 80, of Richmond, a retired E.I. DuPont Co. Inc. em ployee, husband of Cordena Dan Bare Nuckols.

[HI4233] (Research):  «tab» Name: Lewis A Nuckols Birth Date: 28 November 1913 Death Date: 28 February 1994 Issuing State: Virginia Residence at Death: Richmond,Henrico,Virginia 23227 SSN: 225-18-2721

[NI4242] Poss William Nuckles who married Mary Hitt 1872 in TN Poss William J Nuckolls who married Olive Frances Ragsdale 12/14/1862 Robertson Co, TN

[NI4246] Age 67 in 1850 census

[NI4280] On September 30, 1776, William Terrell of Louisa Co, VA conveyed land to C levers Duke, devised by his grandfather, Richmond Terrell.

[DI4326] Social Security Death Index about Viola M. Rose Name: «tab»Viola M. Rose SSN: «tab»305-24-7113 Last Residence: «tab»47304  Muncie, Delaware, Indiana, Born: «tab»18 Dec 1905 Died: «tab»22 Mar 2001 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab» Indiana (Before 1951)

[NI4405] Never located in census

[DI4405] WREN «tab»JUNE «tab» 037 «tab»ROCKCASTLE «tab» 02-27-1912  015 «tab»05944 Kentucky, Death Records, 1852-1953 about June Wren Name: «tab»June Wren Death Date: «tab»27 Feb 1912 Death Location: «tab»Rockcastle Age: «tab»37 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»1875 Birth Location: «tab»Rockcastle, Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Josiiah Wren Father's Birth Location: «tab»Rockcastle Mother's Name: «tab»Hornckles (Knuckles) Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Rockcastle Informant Andy Wren

[NI4511] Had a large family of boys and one girl

[NI4513] Children Bartie, Mary, Friel

[NI4517] Children Bessie, Donald, Polly

[NI4525] Grayson Co, VA Court Minutes-1861 On the motion of W. M. Bourn and Robert Vaughn who made oath as Administra tor and together with Eli Cornett, Joseph Phipps Their securities, enter ed into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of 1500$ conditioned accord ing to law, certificate is granted them for obtaining letters of administr ation of the estate of Martin Bourn deceased, not administered by E. M. Bo urn and Joseph Phipps whose letters of Administration formerly granted th em are revoked and annulled in [illegible]. Ordered that William Bourne be associationed with Hastin Fulton, General O verseer to superintend the opening of a new road from Independence down Pi ne Branch to David Isoms and that he have the same power to warn and ca ll out the overseers and hands who were appointed to assist in the openi ng of said road as is vested in said Fulton General Overseer aforesaid. Foot Prints on the Sands of Time: A History of Southwestern Virginia and N orthwestern North Carolina by Dr. A. B. Cox Originally published by The Star Pub. Co. Print, Spart a, N.C. Aug. 1900 William Bourne and family were early settlers who built the first iron wor ks in the county. The place is known as the old furnace on Rock Creek n ow owned by Joshua Cox. Mr. Bourne was clerk of the county for a numb er of years. Their daughter, Mary married Col. Martin Dickenson who resid ed at Old Town, was county clerk and hotel keeper. Their son, William Bour ne, Jr. was a worthy citizen. He and his excellent wife raised a family th at did honor to their parents and country. Their daughter, Miss Lucinda ma rried Freelin Nuckolls who moved to Cheyenne, Wyo. Territory and was the f irst representative of the Territory in congress.

[NI4526] daughter of Samuel Johnston and Mary Hammons. "Samuel Johnson (Johnston) was born near Richmond, Virginia, in 1757, a nd early settled in the Upper Yadkin Valley.  He served as a private on Ru therford's Cherokee campaign in 1776; about 1779 he commanded a mounted Co mpany against Tories in the Fayetteville region.  In 1780 he served on Cle veland's New River expedition, and led his company on the King's Mounta in campaign; but as the companies were reduced in the re-organization, lea ving the footmen behind, he acted in the battle as Lieutenant in Joel Lewi s' company.  His unique, but effective command in the battle, was: "A im at the waistbands of their breeches, boys!".  He was badly wounded in t he action. After he had fallen, and while the contest was yet firecely rag in around hj, he repeatedly threw up his hands, shouting---'Huzza, boys! '. " (pages 260 and 460-461, Draper) From The Patriots at  Kings Mountain by Bobbie Gilmer Moss, 1990, Scotia-H ibernia Press, 519 Bachelor Drive, Blacksbureg, SC 19702: "Johnson(Johnston), Samuel, Lt. (Capt.)" b. 1757, Richmond, VA, d. 15 Sep t. 1834, Wilkes County, NC..., the son of Jeffrey Johnson."    There is ot her information about his service and it lists the names of his wife, Ma ry Hammon, Married  25 June 1782)  and it goes on to list all of his child ren and the spouses, including Mary who married "William Boran (Bourne)" Benjamin Floyd Nuckolls in his Pioneer Settles of Grayson County pag es 18 and 61) states that Mary was married to William on May 4, 1794 at Ro aring River, Wilkes county, N.C. and that she was the sister of Robert Joh nstone who settled with his wife, Celia Bourne, on Roaring River, Wilkes C ounty, N.C.  "This Johnstone of Revolutionary fame was in the battle of Ki ngs Mountain.  There were sons and daughters of this family in Wilkes Coun ty, N.C., but I cannot give their names."   Whether or not the family at o ne time spelled the name with an e on the end, I do not know. But Samuel J ohnston, Mary's father who is listed as a participant in the Battle of Kin gs Mountain, apparently did not. And the "e" was absent on Mary's grandson 's name, John Johnston Hale. In COLONIAL FAMILIES OF THE Southern States of America, page 305, Johnst on Family is this:  The Virginia Johnstons, are of Norman-Scotch orgin, t he name is variously spelt Johnstone, Johnstonne, De Johnstonne, and Johns ton; the original name was De Johnstonne, and the family came into Engla nd with William the Conqueror in 1066, their seat was "Land-woods," Dumfri es Co., Scotland, and they were of the Clan of Johnston of Annandale."  Re ad DUMFRIESSHIRE, SCOTLAND. There is a partial genealogy a Sir William Johnstone who had a son John Jo hnstone SR, b. 1723 who married Mary Edminston.  They had a son John Johns tone, B.1750 in VA (d. 1813) who had children George and John and Mary w ho wed Abraham Chrismon.  There were Johnstones (Johnstons) in Augusta a nd Rockbridge Counties, VA which were largely settled by Scotch-Irish in t he Beverly Tract. In the Tinkling Springs Presbyterian Church Cemete ry in Augusta County, VA,is the grave of William Johnstone, a Revolutiona ry War. This William may or may not be connected with Jeffrey Johnst on of Richmond. Source_ katebird24@hotmail.com

[DI4528] California Death Index, 1940-1997 about Elisabeth L Sweetser Name: «tab»Elisabeth L Sweetser [Elisabeth L Borchers] Social Security #: «tab»0 Sex: «tab»FEMALE Birth Date: «tab»4 Mar 1852 Birthplace: «tab»Iowa Death Date: «tab»14 Sep 1940 Death Place: «tab»Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: «tab»Nuckalls Father's Surname: «tab»Borchers

[NI4551] Fremont County, Iowa 1870 Census: Hamburg Township 232,232 Bowen Francis 43 F VA Hamburg twp., pg 031   Bowen Mollie 20 F VA   Bowen Huston 16 M IA   Bowen Richmond 9 M IA   Nuckols Alice 7 F CO   Borchero Carrie 14 F IA 233,233 Borchero Augustas 54 M Bavaria Hamburg twp., pg 031   Borchero Bettie 21 F IA

[HI4570] (Research):Probably son of Abel, this record of death of his brother: Name: Askbel Carey Death date: 09 Jun 1922 Death place: Salem, Columbiana, Ohio Birth date: 06 Jan 1846 Estimated birth year: Birthplace: Salem, Ohio Age at death: 76 years 5 months 3 days Gender: Male Marital status: Married Race or color: Caucasian Street address: 350 Lincoln Ave., Ward 3 Occupation: Collection Agent Residence: Burial date: 14 Jun 1922 Burial place: Cemetery name: Grandview Spouse's name: Helen Carey Father's name: Abel Carey Father's titles: Father's birthplace: Ohio Mother's name: Mira Miller Mother's titles: Mother's birthplace: Pa. GSU film number: 1992025 Digital GS number: 4025277 Image number: 739 Reference number: fn 32084 Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[DI4570] North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-2004 about William B Carey Name: «tab»William B Carey Age: «tab»68 Date of Birth: «tab»1861 Date of Death: «tab»23 Oct 1929 Death County: «tab»Buncombe Death State: «tab»North Carolina Source Vendor: «tab»NC State Archives. North Carolina Deaths, 1908-67

[HI4590] (Research):Name: Anna N. Carey Titles: Death date: 25 Oct 1950 Death place: Akron, Summit, Ohio, United States Birth date: 09 Mar 1897 Estimated birth year: Birth place: Salem, Ohio Age at death: 53 years Gender: Female Marital status: Race or color: Caucasian Street address: Occupation: Residence: Burial date: Burial place: Cemetery name: Spouse name: Father name: Wm. B. Carey Father titles: Father birth place: Mother name: Anna Nucholls Mother titles: Mother birth place: GSU film number: 2372785 Digital GS number: 4109347 Image number: 01901 Reference number: 65286 Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[NI4591] 1920 Bonner Co, Dover, ID Ben J Nuckolls, 52, NE... VA VA William E, brother, 72, single, MO VA VA ( Had no brother by this name to our knowledge.  His dob was before marria ge of Bens Parents)

[NI4594] Parents:   Jacob Wesner (1835 - 1905)   Mary Elizabeth Harbaugh Wesner (1842 - 1889)

[DI4596] U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current about Dale Sieg Name: «tab»Dale Sieg «tab» SSN: «tab»515-01-7563 Born: «tab»20 Jul 1914 Died: «tab»Sep 1976 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Kansas (Before 1951)

[DI4597] U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current about Mary W. Riley Name: «tab»Mary W. Riley «tab» SSN: «tab»508-24-6142 Born: «tab»14 Feb 1916 Died: «tab»29 Aug 2002 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Nebraska (Before 1951)

[NI4598] Son of Henry L riley

[NI4603] Plateau Voice, Mesa Co, CO 8/2/1899 Marshall Nuckols has the whooping cough Plateau Voice, Mesa Co, CO 8/22/1902 Ralph Rose who was arrested some time ago on a charge of stealing, prefered by Marshal Nuckols was bound over to District Court and released on bond of $81,000 Plateau Voice, Mesa Co, CO 11/20/1903 Marshall Nuckols  is over in Pueblo looking after his ranch and cattle interests Plateau Voice, Mesa Co, CO 11/27/1903 Marshal Nuckols who is now located in Sugar City with his large herd of cattle, spent Thansgiving with friends here. Progressive Men of Colorado, A. H. Bowen, Chicago, 1905 Page 780 MARSHALL JAMES NUCKOLDS. The subject of this brief review has special interest for the readers of this work in the fact that he is a native of the state of Colorado and has passed the whole of his life so far within its limits, drawing vigor from its sources of inspiration, getting intellectual development and culture in her seats of learning, and practicing the inspiring duties of citizenship as part of her body-politic and a participant in her beneficent civil institutions. He was born at Denver on March 9, 1870, and is the son of Emmet and Maria Nuckolds, the former a native of Virginia and the latter of Nebraska. They located at Denver in 1860, and moved to Leadville in 1878. There the father dealt in feed and followed mining in conjunction until 1895, when the family moved to Pueblo, where he opened a packing house which he is still conducting with gratifying success and increasing profit. He is a Democrat in political faith and ever ready to render effective service in the campaigns of his party. They have had four children, one of whom is dead, a son named Isaac. The three living are Harvey, living at Pueblo and manager of the packing house; Marshall J., living near Rifle, Garfield county; and Israh, at Pueblo. Their mother died on May 17. 1875. Marshall attended the public school at Leadville, held in a little log shanty, far from weatherproof and largely devoid of comforts and conveniences of every kind necessary for its purpose. It was the first school opened there, and uncanny in appearance as it was, and primitive in equipment and scope, was yet a source of pride to the community and of profit to its younger members. Subsequently he pursued a course of business training at the Denver Business College. At the age of seventeen he began to make his own living, working as a ranch hand until 1893. During the next ten years he had charge of the cattle for the packing company at Pueblo, serving in this connection ten years. In 1903 he took up the ranch of one hundred and sixty acres which he now owns and works, eighty acres of which are under cultivation. The water supply for this ranch is the best in the vicinity, and in return for his persistent and skillful labor on it the land yields an abundance of everything grown in the neighborhood. He also raises cattle in numbers and some horses. In politics he is an earnest and working Democrat, and in fraternal life belongs to the order of Elks. In his business he is prosperous and progressive; in reference to local affairs involving the welfare of the community is enterprising and public- spirited; and in social circles has a strong hold on a host of admiring friends. He is one of the rising men of his section and is generally esteemed as a broad-minded, intelligent and upright citizen.

[DI4603] Nukolls, J. Marshall J. Marshall Nukolls - Huerfano World - July 12, 1990 - This Week in Walsenburg History - 1913: J. Marshall Nukolls, well-known ca ttleman and vice-president of the packing plant, was found dead of heart failure at his summer camp. He was married just three months ago.

[DI4605] Name: «tab»Mary Lee Tidwell Death Date: «tab»20 Mar 1942 Death Place: «tab»Abilene, Taylor, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»65 years 7 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1877 Birth Date: «tab»3/4/1877 Birthplace: «tab»AL Marital Status: «tab»wid Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»dk Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»dk Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab»1026 Plum Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Abilene Burial Date: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2137024 Digital Film Number: «tab»4168348 Image Number: «tab»422 Reference Number: «tab»14698 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J6WH-XJ9 : accessed 9 May 2012), Mary Lee Tidwell, 1942.

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