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[NI7071] Dear all: I've been struggling with the parentage of my MARY ELIZA NUCKOLS for year s. I've had lots of  help from you all, but am still pretty confused. Boldman Bowles m.  Mary Eliza  Nuckols.13 May 1850  John Nuckols, father, s /w Joseph H. Nuckols. Then there is PATRICK HENRY DUGGINS (our line) m. to Eliza Johnson, Eliza Nuckols, Martha Ann Nuckols (that is Henry Duggins).  Who is submitti ng all this stuff?  And what PROOFS are out there? I offer the following: 1860 Census, Fluvanna Co, Va.:            Patrick H. Duggins      31            Lucy J          "             21            Granville       "               1 Lucy is Lucy Jane Ford, mother of Granville Thomas Duggins and Samuel E. D uggins. You notice Mary named her first daughter Eugenia, and I think that was for her little sister who died as an infant. By 1880, John Duggins has died, and Mary is listed as Mary E., Lilli an is 8 yrs old. Mary died sometime after that, because Patrick Henry Duggins remarried, this time to Virginia Wade, who possibly was herself a widow. Marcia Duggins ....

[DI7074] there is a death record of a james E Nuckols in Goochland Co, VA 2/1864. A nd James does not appear with his family in 1870 Library of VA Death Book pg 51 Jas E NUCKOLS DOD Feb 1864 Place Goochland Co

[XI7075] Son of Ezra and Lucinda Nuckolls. Well worn inscription on headstone appears to read as follows- Houston Nuckolls died Dec. 8, 1866 Aged 27 yrs 8 mos 19 days

[NI7076] Appears in the First Virginia Nuckolls & Kindred Book II page 157 # 278. Many descendants have been added to this lineage since publication

[XI7076] U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 upright marble headstone Name: «tab»Andrew Nuckols Cemetery: «tab»Nuckols Cemetery Location: «tab»Rockville, Virginia Private Co G, 4th Reg Va Cav. Applicant Mr A W Nuckols, Hylar, Va, Ashland. 8/9/1941

[NI7077] Name:    Grayson Norwood Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Henri co  State:    Virginia Birth Date:    2 Sep 1899  Race:    White  Roll:    1984804 Sept 12 1918 Grayson Norwood Nuckols age 19 born Sept 2 1899 farming laborer for C J Nuckols, Glenn Allen VA Nearest Kin Hallie A Nuckols Med height, med build, grey eyes, brn hair Signed Grayson Norwood Nuckols

[DI7078] Short Pump Express October 1985 August 10, 1985 marked the passing of May Minor Nuckols from the Short Pump scene. She was the widow of Grayson N Nuckols, loving friend to many, and beloved teacher to hundreds of area school children. Educated at the State Normal School in Farmville (now Longwood College), she retired in June 1962, after a 43-year career in education. According to her son Norwood, May Nuckols came to Short Pump in the fall of 1922 to teach for one year at what was then Short Pump High School. "She boarded with my grandparents", says Norwood. "That is how she met my father and began what turned out to be an eight-year courtship. I didn't know this until just a few years ago, but there's a very good reason why they waited so long to get married. You know that school boards  once had a tremendous amount of control over the personal lives of their teachers. A lot of personal sacrifice was expected of teachers. If you married without permission, you lost your job. And permission was seldom granted. They were'nt called old maid school teachers for nothing! She told me that she wnet up several times to ask permission to marry, and each time she was refused. Her principal would say "Now, May, I just don't think you're ready. To teach and to raise a family at the same time---that's a lot of responsibility!, and she'd say "Well, OK. But you know I'm going to be right back here next year with the same request!. So she finallywore him down. And you know, throughout forty plus years as a teacher, the only significant amount of time she missed from work was the four-months maternity leave she took at the end of the 1931-32 school year when I was born!" After one year in Short Pump, May taught at William Fox school in Richmond. When county schools had a day off and the city schools did not, Norwood would go with his mother to William Fox and attend whatever class corresponded with his grade level. So there were several occasions when May was her son's fifth or sixth-grade teacher for a day. "She had a  disciplinary trick that always impressed me", Norwood says. "For minor mischielf like throwing spitballs or chewing gum she never made them write a hundred times "I will not chew gum in class." "Instead, she'd say "OK Joe, that will be a hundred definitions!". A hundred was her minimum. You can imagine that some of her students got very well acquainted with Webster! I can still hear her sigh, "I've got some troublesome children this year." She was not harsh, but she was dedicated to teaching and to an orderly environment for learning. May lived most of her life on the Grayson Nuckols Farm, now the Broad Street side of the Innsbrook office complex. After her husbands death and the sale of her property to developers, she continued to live in a modest home on Innsbrook Road. She was a member of Shady Grove United Methodist Church on Pouncey Tract Road with long years of service as Sunday School teacher, board member, financial secretary and lay delegate to the annual conference. She was active in the Short Pump Civic Association, serving as recording secretary until October 1984

[NI7083] Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - February 9, 2003 Dorothy Nuckols Dotson, 89, of Fairfax, formerly of Henrico County, died T hursday,  February 6, 2003. She is survived by her loving husband of 63 ye ars, Allan Thurman  "Jiggs" Dotson Jr.; a daughter, Jo Ann D. Holland of A rlington; a son, Allan Thurman  Dotson III of Warrenton; and six grandchil dren. Mrs. Dotson was a graduate of  Longwood State Teachers College and t aught at Montrose, Central, Glendale, Varina  and Baker Elementary Schoo ls in Henrico County over a period of 32 years. She was a member of Laur el Hill United Methodist Church and the Fidelis Gamma Chapter,  Virginia A lpha Delta Kappa Sorority. The family will receive friends 3 to 5 p.m. Sun day at  the Nelsen Funeral Home, 4650 South Laburnum Ave. A celebrati on of her life will be  held 11 a.m. Monday at Laurel Hill United Methodi st Church. Interment church  cemetery. Memorial contributions may be ma de to the Laurel Hill United Methodist  Church Building Fund, 1919 New Mar ket Rd., Richmond, Va. 23231 or the charity of your choice. WHO WAS DOROTHY NUCKOLS DOTSON? Dorothy was born in 1913 they say and what a life she had The Nuckols Farm was what she knew and loved it s said~ And though she lived to 89 years of age, her fife took many turns, The one that was best led to "Jiggs~ this the world would learn~ It was at Shady Grove Methodist Church in 1939, they were wed In a little town called Short Pump and if the truth were read; We might read it this way, "They met the 29th of April and knew Their Love was real because on September 2nd It aft came true~ They were married for 63 years and that was quite a feat They never raised their voices at each other; it was sweeL So if your looking for what it takes to make marriage last today No need to look any further, Jiggs and Dorothy showed the way~ Jiggs was called into active reserves because of World War II That brought Dorothy to an apartment; it was all, so brand new~. When their Son Allan, III and Joann came along it was just right The two became four, the family had grown and what a sighL The apartment was right across from the Old Soldier s Home Behind the Virginia Museum today; how the children did roam~ Jiggs went to the China/Burma area in 1943; she held the fort Taking care of Allan and JoAnn, their home was always a port The children grew finding their own loves the family grew again~. The four turned to six and it would grow to twelve in the end.. Dorothy didn t sit back and let the world pass her by you see She would graduate as a teacher from Longwood University.. She taught first and second graders, she didn t want the others.. She loved teaching, watching children learn; having her druthers.. Teaching for thirty~two years; you don t hear that often today~ For SOLs have taken over classes; teachers *ant to run away.. Although Jiggs had been at Laurel Hill and confirmed in 1925 Dorothy joined right in 1939 taking her place with him at her side. Teaching Sunday School or enjoying theher Missionary Group. She did things for Laurel Hill that today would make a scoop. She painted and participated in many different clubs Fidelis Gamma Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa, no snub And was proud of her Honorary Teacher'.s Sorority But with all of her hobbies; she loved best, her family . Her grandchildren had a place in her heart and her home They felt just as light there as they did in their own homes. Whether vacationing in New England or going on a trip She had them all in tow and held on with her firm glip. She was proud of David, Taylor, Lee, Edward, Paul and Eric Not for just being her boys, but for all the things they merited. They were smart and creative, actively in everything and all That kept Dorothy and Jiggs hoping they would never fall. And if the grandchildren did things that she didn't like, She would get over it soon; there was never any spite. She taught them also in ways that were really quite subtle And they teamed at her knee, she was truly God's disciple. She leaves behind a legacy of memories and thoughts so clear Being remembered fondly with love throughout the years. We can't forget her looks that made us all take note That seemed to hint she was showing us all how to cope. Though we'll miss and love her in our own special ways We'll be grateful that we had her for all these precious days. She hasn't gone from thought or heart; this we know for sure. She's waiting for another time when she can reassure. This was Dorothy Nuckols Dotson. -.Jim McClung -

[NI7098] Nov 15 1969 Mrs Nuckols Dies; Ex-Official's Wife Mrs Eloise Dabney Nuckols of Henrico County, wife of Forest C Nuckols, a f ormer member of the Virginia Board of Agriculture, died yesterday. Besid es her husband she is survived by a daughter, Mrs Charles R Davis, Jr of R ichmond; two sons, A Page Nuckols of Beaverdam, a hanover County superviso r, and Howard D Nuckols of Sabot, a member of the Goochland County scho ol board and a sister Mrs William A Keeton of Mechanicsville. A funeral se rvice will be held at 2:30 P.M. Sunday at the Goochalnd Baptist Church wi th Burial there. The family has requested in lieu of flowers, contributio ns be made to the treasurer of the Goochland Baptist Church library fund.

[NI7102] Edwin Price Dabney, 84, of Mechanicsville, died Tuesday, August 1, 200 6. He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Jean R. Dabney; daughter, Marjo rie D. Kelley; son, Kenneth E. Dabney; three grandchildren, Nicholas W. a nd Andrew E. Kelley and Casey K. Kongkreingkrai; two great-grandchildre n, Alyssa and Ryan Kelley. Ed retired as purchasing manager of Hauni Richm ond, Inc. and was a lifelong member of Ginter Park Baptist Church, whe re he currently served as a deacon. He was a 44 year member of Richmond Ma sonic Lodge No. 10 AF&AM, where he served as Worshipful Master in 1967 a nd secretary from 1969 to 1980. The family will receive friends Friday fr om 4 to 7 p.m. at the Central Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home, 3215 Cutsh aw Avenue. A memorial service will be held 3 p.m. Saturday, August 5, at G inter Park Baptist Church. Interment is private. In lieu of flowers, the f amily requests memorial contributions be made to Ginter Park Baptist Church General Fund, 1200 Wil mington Ave., Richmond, Va. 23229. Published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch on 8/3/2006. Edwin had been active on the Dabney list  and back in the early IBM XT da ys had done a lot of footwork mapping all the descendents of Frederick Pri ce Dabney.

[NI7103] Carlyle English Dabney, 74 of Richmond,  passed away suddenly Sunday,  Jan uary 7,  2001.  He is survived by his wife, Beryl  Hursey Dabney; three  c hildren, Jonathan,  Christopher, and Patrick Dabney; three grandchildre n,  Michelle, Benjamin and  Sara.  Mr. Dabney was an army veteran of  Wor ld War II and was retired from Texaco,  Inc.  A funeral service will be he ld at the   Bennett Funeral Home Chapel, 11020 W. Broad  Street, Wednesda y,   January 10 at 1 p.m.   Interment Westhampton Memorial Park.  In  li eu of  flowers, contributions may be made  to the charity of your choic

[NI7114] Louisa Co Va Guardian Bonds pg 25 GDN Bond - Garrett Minor Gdn. to Becca Terrell Orphan of Richmond Te rrell Dec'd.; L1000 ; Sec. James Minor and Dabney Minor. Nov 11, 1771 pg47 Acct. of Becky Terrell Orphan of Richmd. Terrell Dec'd to Garrett Min or to hire Negro Joe to Joell Parish till 25 Dec 1772; Ditto Girl Del ia to Jospeh Goodman; Do Mary to John Hall. Ret. 13 Sept 1773 pg60 Acct of Beckey Terrell orphan of Richmond Terrell with Garrett Min or 1773-74. By cash Rec'd of Richard Allen 10 Oct 1774 p63 Acct of Beckey Terrell orphan of Richmond Terrell with Garrett Minor 1 774-1775 by cash of Joseph Thomson for hire of your fellow Jessey. Re t. 4 Aug 1775 p67 Acct of Beckey Terrell orphan of Richmond Terrell Dec'd 1775 pr. of st ockings for Mary; 1776 pd. Doctor Holland for  physicking; 1775 by the hi re of her negroes for the year 1775 to wit; Joe to Waller Overton, Dill ey to Joel Parish; Mary to David Wood Ret. 12 Aug. 1776 pg71 Acct of Beckey Terrell orphan of Richmond Terrell Dec'd pd. Robert Ha rt; pd. Honyman attendg. on Dilley; pd. Mrs Tate for laying Abb; by the hi re of Joe to James Cosby; by hire of Dilley to Joel Parish; by hire of Ma ry to David Wood. Ret. 11 Aug 1777 pg75 Acct of Miss Beckey Terrell with Garritt Minor 10 Aug, 1778 Hire of N egroes for year; Joe to Capt. Benjamin Brown; Mary to Asia Hall; by Hen ry Coleman for hire of Mary; Interest Rec'd. of nathl. McAllister; hi re of Joe to Henry Bibb; (no date, c 1778) pg77 Gdn Bond Richard Terrell Gdn to Becky Terrell orphan of Richmond Terr ell dec'd; L5,000 currt. money; Sec. William Terrell, Frederick Harris A nd Garland Carr. 9 Nov 1778 pg81 Gdn Bond Richard Terrell Gdn. to Becky Terrell orphan of Richmond Ter rell Dec'd; :l,5000 currt. money; Sec. William Terrell Junr and Nathani el Anderson. 14 June 1779

[NI7117] Louisa Co Va Guardian Bonds pg 25 GDN Bond - Garrett Minor Gdn. to Will Terrell Orphan of Richmond Ter rell Dec'd.; L1000 ; Sec. James Minor and Dabney Minor. Nov 11, 1771 pg47 ACCT of William Terrell Orphan of Richmd. Terrell to Garrett Minor D ec 5, 1771-1772 By the Hire of Jemmey his wife and two children to David T olloh till 25 of Dec. 1772. Ret. 13 Sept. 1773

[NI7118] Louisa Co Va Guardian Bonds pg 26 GDN Bond - Fredk Harris Gdn. to Richard  Terrell Orphan of Richmo nd Terrell Dec'd.; L1000 ; Sec. William Anderson and John Marshall.. Nov 1 1, 1771 pg48 Acct. of Richard Terrell Orphan of Richmd Terrell Dec'd to Frederi ck Harris Nov 1771 to Dec 1773 Sundries of Mr. Marhsall; By Cash of Cap t. William Anderson for the hire of your boy Lewis; by Cash of David Thoms on. Ret. 13 Sept. 1773 pg56-57 Acct of Richd Terrell orphan of Richmond Terrell Dec'd 13 Sept 177 3. Cash pd Capt. Thomas Darricott for boarding you; cash pd. Revd.John To dd for schooling; cash pd. David Shelton for your board; by cash of Dav id Thompson; by cash of John Meriwether; cash of David Thompson May 19, 17 74. Cash of John Edwards. Ret. Ret. 8 Aug 1774 by Fred. Harris. pg 67-69 Acct of Richard Terrell orphan with Frederick Harris Gdn. 1775 17 76 by cash of Micajah Davis for the hire of Potter; by cash of William Whi te for hire of Jack; bonds now due in my Possession; by John Morris bond d ue 25th Dec 1772; by John Edwards; due 25 Dec 1773, by John Epperson Do D ue 25th Dec 1773; by Richard Thomsons Do due June 1, 1775; by Timothy Terr ells Do. due June 1, 1775; by Ann Terrels bond due June 17, 1775; by Ann T erels do due Jan 1, 1773; by Ann Terrels do due June 11, 1776. Ret. 14 Oc t. 1776 pg 72 Acct of Richard Terrell orphans 1777 with Fred. Harris Cash pd. Sack ville King for Board; cash pd. Revd. John Todd for teaching you; by ca sh of Colo. Rp. Anderson for hire of Jack; cash of Timothy Terrell for hi re of Jack ' by Nathan Smiths bond. Ret. 8 Sept 1777 pg77 Gdn Bond Richard Terrell Gdn to Becky Terrell orphan of Richmond Terr ell dec'd; L5,000 currt. money; Sec. William Terrell, Frederick Harris A nd Garland Carr. 9 Nov 1778

[NI7119] Louisa Co Va Guardian Bonds pg 26 GDN Bond - Fredk Harris Gdn. to Samuel  Terrell Orphan of Richmond T errell Dec'd.; L1000 ; Sec. William Anderson and John Marshall.. Nov 11, 1 771 pg48 Acct. of Samuel Terrell orphan of Richmd Terrell to Frederick Harr is Nov 1771-1773 To a trip and expenses to New Kent .10.0; Sundries of M r. Marshall. Ret. 13 Sept 1773 pg57 Acct of Samuel Terrell orphan of Richmond Terrell Dec'd. Cash pd. Gar rett Minor for clothing and boarding your negro Girl. Fred. Harris. 8 Au g. 1774 pg69 Acct of Samuel Terrell orphan by Fred. Harris Gdn. 1775-1776 pd. Sack ville King for your Board; pd. John Bailey for making Breeches; bonds n ow due in my Possession; James Dillards bond due 25th Dec 1772; Thomas Gar dners do. due June 1, 1775; Samuel Carrs Do. due June 1, 1775; Samuel Car rs Do. due June 1, 1776; Wm. Clifts do. due June 1st, 1776. Ret. 14 Oct. 1 776 pg 72 Acct of Saml Terrell orphan 1777 by Frederick Harris, Gdn. pd. Rev d. Thos. Hall for teachg you; cash pd. Sackville King for your board; by c ash of Wm Clift for hire of negroes; by William Davis bond. Ret. 8 Sept. 1 777 pg80 GDN BOND- Frederick Harris Gdn . to Sameul Terrell orphan of Richmo nd Terrell Dec'd; L5,000 currt. money; Sec. William Harris and Aaron Fonta ine 14 June 1779 pg 82 Acct of Samuel Terrell orphans with by Fredk. Harris 1778 pd. Robe rt Barrett for your Board; pd. the Revd. Thomas Hall for teaching; pd Sa ml Carr for finding your fellow Jeffery a Blankett; cash advanced for yo ur Board and teaching and Collidge by cash of Thomas Gardner for hire of y our Dorcas; cash of James Dillard for hire of your Jeffery; cash of Sam l. Carr for hire of Do. Ret 9 Aug 1779

[NI7124] Louisa Co VA Guardian Bonds pg203-204 GDN BOND Joseph Boxley Gdn to Thomas Boxley Orphan of Jospeh Box ley, Dec'd; L2,000 currt money; Sec. William Mansfield and John S Boxl ey 10 Jan 1791

[NI7128] Children Fannie White GRAVES b: 18 JUN 1833 in Mt. Airy, Pittsylvania County, VA Catherine Spiller GRAVES b: 22 MAY 1834

[NI7143] Louisa Co VA Guardian Bonds pg 286 GDN BOND John Spiller Boxley Gdn to Patison Boxley orphan of Jose ph Boxley dec'd. in the sum of (blank); Sec. Geo. and Thos. Boxley, 12 F eb 1798 Children John C. (John\Mary) BOXLEY b: ABT. 1788 William Spiller BOXLEY b: 9 SEP 1799 Albert BOXLEY b: ABT. 1801 Marian BOXLEY b: ABT. 1803 Eliza Jane BOXLEY b: ABT. 1805 Joseph BOXLEY b: ABT. 1805 Benjamin BOXLEY b: ABT. 1807 Catharine S. BOXLEY b: ABT. 1809 Mary C. BOXLEY b: ABT. 1809

[NI7159] Louisa Co VA Guardian Bonds pg203-204 GDN BOND Joseph Boxley Gdn to Thomas Boxley Orphan of Jospeh Box ley, Dec'd; L2,000 currt money; Sec. William Mansfield and John S Boxl ey 10 Jan 1791 pg225 Acct Thomas Boxley orphan of Joseph Boxley dec'd. 1791 shoes, buckle s, oznabrigs, blanket. Ret. 1 Jan 1792 pg231-232 Thomas Boxley Orphan of Joseph Boxley dec'd. 1792 stockings, 1 r emnent velvet, Va. cloth coat, 1 pr. breeches, tax for land, shoes, blanke tt, buttons. Ret 14 Oct 1792 pg277 Thomas Boxley in acct with John Boxley his gdn, 1794-1796 Cash pd; C ol Madison; linnen, pd. Doct. Todd; Pd Doctr. Powell, shoes; pd. Royal Tho mpson; land tax 2 years; cash pd. Edmund Thomas; flannel, 1 saddel, sw ap on horse. Ret 13 Feb 1797

[NI7173] Goochland Co, VA p19 (no book listed).  15 July 1880  Will of Susan Anne Eliza Nuckols of t he County of Hanover.  Mentions mother Nancy Nuckols,eldest son Thomas E N uckols, Dau. Anne E. Melton, Dau. Mary Jane Nuckols and son Joseph Smith N uckols.  Witnesses, William Armstrong, Samuel Armstrong and Andrew Armstro ng.  Proved 15 Aug. 1883.

[NI7175] Excerpt from will "to natural son, Obediah Nuckles...love and $1.00, kindn ess to me during a long affliction....100 acres where I live.

[NI7176] Documents for verification of this complete family line are scanned to t he Nuckolls CD 2/2003 Documents donated to the NWK by Robin Arvickson Obediah is an acknowledged illegitimate son of Jonathan(John Byas). Amherst Deed Book V,pg 327, John Bias deeded the place where he lived,con taining 100 acres adjoining the lands of Richard S Ellis,Talbert and Noel,to Obedi ah for his past and continuing love and affection during a long affliction ." I bear to my natural son Obediah Knuckles for $1.00"Signed 8/31/18 35 by John Byas.This was recorded on 4/15/1836 after Archibald Reynolds,Jo hn Gue and Thos P Eubank swore their witness approval.(Note-This is the on ly reference found that John Bias may have been the father of Obediah ). In 1878,Amherst County records list R.Beverly,W.B. Johns and Obedi ah as defendants in a case with a man named Hassley.In deed book LL,pg 332 ,on 3/3/1879,Obediah declared a Homestead deed in the amount of $566. 92 to be free of any levy,garnishment or sale by any legal authority or de mand.On 10/3/1884,deed book PP,pg 261,he declared another homestead exempt ion of an additional $435.00. Deed Book BB,pg 217-Obediah and Belindy sold 100 acres to Henry S Taylor o n Obediah listed on 1820,1830 &1840 censuses as Head of household 1830 Amherst Co, VA pg 501 2210001-2000010001 Amherst 1860 census lists the following: O Nuckles 75 M farmer $200 B Nuckles 40 F Know all men by these presents that I, John Bias of the County of Amher st for and in consideration of the love and affection I bear to my natur al son Obadiah Knuckles as well as for the consideration of one doll ar to me in hand paid before the ensealing and delivery of these presen ts and more particularly for the continued kindness of the said Obadiah Kn uckles to me during a long affliction and under the belief of the continua nce of the same during my life have given and ganted and these presen ts do give and grant unto said Obadiah Knuckles his heirs and asigns forev er the tract of land of land on which I now live supposed to contain One H undred acres and adjoins the lands of Richard S Ellis, Talbot Noel and oth ers-To have and to hold the said tract of land unto him the said Obadiah K nuckles and his heirs forever after my death and the said John Bias for hi mself his executor and administ will warrant and defend the lands aforesa id against the claim of all every person whomsoever witness my hand and se al this 31st day of August 1835. X John Bias (his Mark) Teste Tho N Eubank, John Gue (x) his mark Archibald Reynolds At a court held for Amherst County on the 21st day of September 1835 This deed was proved in open court by the oath of Thomas N Eubank a subscr ibing witness thereto and ordered to lay for further proof. And in the cle rk's office of the said county court on the 19th day of October 1835. T he same was further proved by the oath of Archibald Reynolds another subsc ribing witness thereto and laid by for further proof. And in the said Cler k's office on the 15th day of April 1835. The same was further proved by t he oath of John Gue Can this be the mother of Obediah? IN 1830 Amherst Co, VA is a Rosannah Nuckles next door to a James Bias. T he oldest woman in her houshold is age70-80 and another 30-40 and 2 mal es under 5 and one male 5-10 DECEASED  Knuckles, Obediah. YEAR  [1866]. NOTE  Date of death: June 1866. SOURCE  Source of information: Amherst County, 1866, page 2. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Amherst County. Researchers for this line Doris Parker Mullins dmullins@botetourt.org Wayne Wrench59Pan@aol.com Obediah's death certificate have his parents are listed as John Nuckles a nd Mary Nuckles.  We know John Nuckles is incorrect - it's John Bias, b ut I do believe Obediah's mother was Mary Nuckles Title: Strangers in Their Midst Repository: Call Number: Media: Book Page: 95 Text: Amherst County Court Clerks Office May 7, 1860-311-Registered by ord er of April Court 1860 Obediah Nuckles a free man of colour-bright complexion-5 feet 10 3/4 inches high-small scar between eye brows-no other scar a pparent on head face or hands-born in Amherst and descended from ancestors free before the 1st day of May 1806. As I stated in the answer that was sent about Obadiah Nuckles he was on the Monacan Indian Rolls which meant he was Monacan Indian thats all I know concerning him. The tribal Rolls is the original Indian roll that holds the names of the original Monacan Indians who were in the Bear Mounta in area and settled at the old Johns Settlement on Bear Mountain. If you can prove blood kin to someone on the rolls its a possibiliy that you could become a member of the Monacan Nation. http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.nuckles/9.11.12.21.24.2/mb.ashx http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.nuckles/9.11.14/mb.ashx your inquiry about obadiah nuckols, there is a book called strangers in their midst by sherrie s. mcleroy and william r mcleroy, published by heritage books, it lists the free blacks of amherst county, which the indians we re called blacks, back then, look on pg. 150, there it lists obadiah, also my friend, jerry white eagle taylor, knows alot about the monocan history which is where obadiah is listed, his phone # is 804-299-5795 and his e -mail is whiteag@webtv.net, also his fax is 208-694-2770. the monocan museum in amherst county va. is open to the public tues.- sat, they have a  lot of info. and their ph # is 804-946-5391 http://www.joepayne.org/brightstar.html   It was in my original opinion that these Monacan were actually Freedmen, and Melungeon and that this was a back door attempt to gain status as a tribe. My opinion has changed a little since a few months ago. I s till believe that many were Freedmen. But I now believe that they were the UNREGISTERED FREEDMEN who never applied to the Goverment or the Bureau of Indian Affairs for benifits.     I also believe that there are former slave owning family's who are also involved with Virginia getting state reconition for these folks. I also  believe that there are "factions" of the Melungeon's at work with all of this as well. My work with checking the Monacan is by no means gonna be over any time soon.  But for the time being, I only ask that you look at these names and if "you know" this info is incorrect, then do your part in making it correct. Think about this!! What would your ancesters say, if they were alive today and knew that their names were being used by folks living today wanting tribal reconition, with their CHEROKEE birthright? MONACAN ORIGINAL ROLLS Obidiah Nuckles-----1815--------------Belinda Gue William Beverly--------1873------------Rosa Knuckles George W. Beverly------1876----------Alice Knuckles Frank Hicks--------------1880----------Birdie Nuckles Calvin Nuckles----------1881----------Luthena Tyree George Branham Jr.-------1902---------Gertrude Nuckles MARRIAGES - MONACAN ROLLS (no dates) Obidah Nuckles----m-----Susan Knuckles William Robert Bowman-------m---Aria Knuckles Bowman Knuckles------m-----Daisy Johns Kinkle Johns------------m----------Mary Jane Branham Knuckles I cannot explain why Obadiah Sr and Belinda Gue would be listed. Belinda 's father was from France and her mother was Margarett Whitten. And there is no evidence that Mary Nuckles was Indian or John Bais. It does not m ake any sense that they are listed. A most interesting observation. Does anyone have any ideas?

[NI7177] Ellon N Nuckolls   Age: 53 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0013   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0239   County:  Carroll   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Daughter Flora E 24 Virginia Grandson Elbert J Myers 04 Virginia

[NI7191] Ellis Sloan b: 28 February 1819 in POLK Co. TN d: 24 June 1896 in MONTGOME RY Co. AR . +Permelia Green Freeman b: 16 May 1827 in RUTHERFORD Co. NC. d: 15 Mar ch 1900 in Estelline, HALL Co. TX m: 26 January 1843 in MURRAY Co. GA

[NI7205] Another neighbor of Matlock's was Richard Bullock [called by some Richar d, Jr.] 1757     DB B-170-172  11 Apr 1757 Richard Bullock and Ann, his wife, of t he Province of North Carolina to Thomas Shelton of Louisa Co., 12 pds- 10 s. currt. money.  50 acres... sd Bullock's and Sheltons their corn er in John Metlock's line ... pine near the road.  /s/ Richard Bullock  Ac knowledged before us 25 Apr 1757:  John Pettus, Charles Smith.  Sealed a nd Delivered in presents of :  Tyree Harris, John (M) Matlock, Elizabeth H arris.  24 Apr proved by oaths of Tyree Harris, John Matlock and Elizabe th Harris.  (Davis, op. cit., p. 122) 757 -      Louisa Co DB B-223-224  22 Nov 1757 John Matlock of Fredericksv ille Par., Louisa Co., to Nicholas Matlock, Son of sd. John Matlock, of sa me.  For Natural Love and Affection.  100 acres in Fredericksville Par., on branches of Hickory Bear Creek ... Thomas Travill ion's line ... Thomas Shelton's and Travillion's corner ... Shelton's li ne to John Street's corner ... Richard Bullock's line ... near sd. John Matlock's Spring ... sd. Matlock's old line.  /s/ John (M) Matlock  22 N ov 1757 acknowledged by John Matlock.  (Davis, op cit.)      (Hickory Bear Creek was the watercourse mentioned in land recor ds of Matthew Jouett, father of previously mentioned John Jouett [son-in-l aw of Robert Harris] and also father of Henrietta Jouett, wife of Joseph W illiams I, later of Lunenburg Co.  Joseph Williams was the brother of Nath aniel Williams, of Daniel Williams, and of John Williams II "of Goochland ."  Refer to biography of Luke Waldrop, who allegedly was married to Chris tian or Christina Travllion. ) Source: Adam Symes and his descendants. Morris, Jane,. Philadelphia. Dorra nce and Co.. 1938.

[NI7212] Never married . Accompanied his sister Agatha to Georgia  and  South Carol ina

[NI7225] Informant on fathers death Cert Mrs Hallie Whitfield Name: Hallie N. Whitfield SSN: 406-05-7442 Last Residence: 42301  Owensboro, Daviess, Kentucky, United States of Amer ica Born: 26 Oct 1905 Died: 6 Aug 1996 State (Year) SSN issued: Kentucky (Before 1951 )

[NI7226] Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer (KY) - February 1, 1995 Deceased Name: Lucille Nuckols Pryor Lucille Nuckols Pryor, 95, of Lake Worth, Fla., died Monday, Jan. 30, 199 5, at the Convalescent Center of the Palm Beaches in West Palm Beach, Fl a. She was born in Maceo to Oscar and Alma Mary Miller Nuckols and graduat ed from Daviess County High School. She was a member of First Baptist Chur ch of West Palm Beach; attended Walnut Street Baptist Church when she annu ally visited Owensboro; and was a member of the Daughters of America, Pea ce Council No. 28 in Washington, D.C. She was preceded in death by three b rothers, Miller, Clifford and Oscar Nuckols Jr.; and three sisters, Kate C handler, Marian Fenwick and Eloise Chappell. Survivors include a daught er and son-in-law, Joan P. and Robert J. Roberson of Lake Worth, Fla.; a g randdaughter and grandson-in-law, Robin and David Ackerman of West Palm Be ach; a great-granddaughter, Tara Ackerman of West Palm Beach; a sister, Ha llie Whitfield of Owensboro; three nieces, Betty Jean Toler and Beverly Ha ncock, both of Owensboro, and Theda Vance of St. Cloud, Fla.; eight nephew s, Raymond Whitfield, Oscar Chappell, R.W. Chappell, D.G. Chandler, Melv in Chandler, Jimmy Chandler, David Chandler and Sherman Chandler, all of O wensboro; and several great-nieces and great-nephews. Services are at 11: 30 a.m. Saturday at James H. Davis Funeral Home. Burial in Elmwood Cemeter y. Visitation is from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Palm Beach Post, The (FL) - February 1, 1995 Deceased Name: LUCILLE NUCKOLS PRYOR age 95, of Lake Worth, died Monday, Jan. 30, 1995. Born in Maceo, Ky., s he was a resident of the area since 1965 coming from Washington, D.C. Mr s. Pryor was a member of the First Baptist Church of West Palm Beach and t he Daughters of America Peace Council #28 of Washington, D.C. Surviv ed by her daughter, Joan Roberson and husband Robert, Lake Worth; siste r, Hallie Whitfield, Owensboro, Ky.; granddaughter, Robin Ackerman and hus band David and great granddaughter, Tara Ackerman all of West Palm Beac h. Service is 11:30 a.m. Saturday at James H. Davis Funeral Home, 3009 Fre derica St., Owensboro, Ky., followed by burial at Elmwood Cemetery. BABION E-STEPHENSON FUNERAL HOME Lantana Family Owned & Operated

[DI7227] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Mrs Dennis G Chandler Bates [Mrs Dennis G Chandler Nuckols] Death Date: «tab»1 Dec 1945 Death Location: «tab»Jefferson Residence Location: «tab»Jefferson Age: «tab»43y 10m 7d Gender: «tab»Female- Married Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»30 Jan 1902 Birth Location: «tab»Daviess, Kentucky Spouse's Name: «tab»D G Sr Father's Name: «tab»Oscar C Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Alma Miller Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Informant- James Chandler, Pinesboro, KY COD-Brain Tumor

[NI7228] Death Cert DOB 10/16/1911

[NI7229] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Miller Lee Nuckols res Courthouse, Washington, DC Age 21 born Jun 28 1897 Maceo, KY Father born Maceo KY Employed by US Govt, Wash DC Kin-Oscar Nuckols, Maceo, KY Med height, med build, grey eyes, brown hair Signed Aug 24 1918 NUCKOLS  MILLER  L  068  HANCOCK  DAVIESS  01-09-1966  016  07855  1966 Residence at time of marriage to Anna Kinnard Lechter was Washington DC

[NI7230] Maude J. Blunk (Wife) b. About. 1898 in Daviess County, KY Marriage: 8 JAN 1927 in Hancock County, KY Children:   Robert Lee Chappell b. 30 May 1927 in Daviess County, KY

[NI7248] Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Record Name: Annie Bel Ault Estimated Birth Year: 1874 Age: 73 Death Day: 29 Death Month: Apr Death Year: 1947 County: Pulaski Volume Number: 25 Roll Number: 1947 Certificate Number: 1050

[NI7249] Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Record Name: Bartholo A Ault Estimated Birth Year: 1867 Age: 81 Death Day: 24 Death Month: Jul Death Year: 1948 County: Pulaski Volume Number: 42 Roll Number: 1948 Certificate Number: 8076

[NI7296] Robertson Co TN Will Bk 11, pg 286-287Inventory of James WALTON, deceased 286) An inventory of the estate of James WALTON Deceased One negro girl named Martha about fourteen years old. 1 mare & colt, 2 mu le colts five head of cattle, three head of sheep, four head of goats, thir ty three head of hogs, two bedsteads, beds & furniture, one eight day cloc k, one table and candlestand, seven sitting chairs, one armed chair, six glass tumblers, one pepper & vinegar ___, six plates & sugar dish, one coffee mi ll and coffee pot, some cups & saucers, some coffee and sugar, one set kniv es & forks, some table & teaspoons, one candle stick, two pair of ___, two skillets, one pot, two buckets and one jar of lard, some bacon, some sa lt & whiskey, one book, three ploughs, two pair of geers, one hoe, one choppi ng axe, one iron wager?, one ___, sharp tools consisting of chisels, gauges, saws, axes and brace stock, bitts & one grind stone, two work benches a nd set of wheels & frame of body for one ___, some waggon timbers, lot of waln plank and stone auger & suitable tools with it, one hand vice, some rasp er & files, some hoop irons, one man's saddle & bridle, blanket & one pair of saddle bags, lot of corn.Book Account Benjamin B PORTER--------------------------------------14.55 Robt KARR-----------------------------------------------1.00 Robt RANDOLPH-------------------------------------------4.50 ? MAGEE------------------------------------------------.12/2 Martin WALTON------------------------------------------21.91 John KELTON--------------------------------------------15.75 Anthony FISHER------------------------------------------5.42287) Amount Bro't Forward-----------------------------------63.26 Jackson COUTS-------------------------------------------7.37 William WILLIS-----------------------------------------15.15 Geo STONE----------------------------------------------16.12 Thomas HENRY--------------------------------------------3.87 Azariah DOSS Jr-----------------------------------------1.12 S J HENRY-----------------------------------------------5.12 David HENRY Jr------------------------------------------8.72 William PITT--------------------------------------------7.12 James HENRY---------------------------------------------9.87 Thomas BAIRD--------------------------------------------6.58 Daniel HENRY--------------------------------------------2.09 James DOSS---------------------------------------------10.50 Willie WOODARD------------------------------------------3.37 ------------------------------------------------------167.53 Amount Bro't Forward----------------------------------167.53 William LARSON-------------------------------------------.75 Elvis DROUGHN--------------------------------------------.50 Willie HOWARD------------------------------------------15.19 Samuel E?-----------------------------------------------2.25 Franklin RANDOLPH---------------------------------------4.85 David HENRY Jr------------------------------------------8.39 Tabitha FOOTE--------------------------------------------.62 Charles HOWARD------------------------------------------1.12 Meredith EDWARDS-----------------------------------------.37 Azariah HENDLEY-----------------------------------------2.50 ? NUCKOLLS---------------------------------------------11.37 Taylor CONE----------------------------------------------.12 Alexander WALTON----------------------------------------8.00 John COUTS?--------------------------------------------24.54 Cash on hand--------------------------------------------1.37 Amount of---------------------------------------------249.47 The above is a true inventory of all the goods & chattels rights & credi ts of the said James WALTON Deceased which have come to my hand, possession or knowledge or the hands of any other person for me to the best of my knowle dge and belief,this the 1st of November 1842Meredith WALTON, Admr

[NI7302] After his father's death went to live  in Nelson Co. KY.

[NI7304] Never married, left her interest to her brother  THOMAS and  sisters FRANC ES and MERINDA.

[NI7305] Lived in Hanover Co. Va. Cut  out of her father's will because she had n ot obeyed him.

[NI7308] Went to  Mercer Co. KY.. to live; given power of attorney Nov. 1,1796 by D AVID SHELTON  of Caswell  Co. N.C. to sell his Madison Co. Ky. land a nd 50 acres on Cumberland  River. (Bk.  3 Po 204 Mercer Co.) A question as to the father of this Samuel, per the following documentatio n: The SHELTONS by Clay HENSLEY and Zelois HENSLEY, privately printed,  1985, p24, "Samuel SHELTON (7) 1703-1793...(son of William and Hannah ARMISTEAD SHELTON)...Wife, Judith CLOUGH, children were...4. Samuel  SHELT ON  1736-1826, m Sarah WADDY, will made 1801, recorded in Albemarle  C o, Va in  1826, had...Samuel Waddy SHELTON b 1758, d 5-28-1833, m in  Hano ver Co, Va,  in 1781 to Jane HENDERSON and moved to Mercer Co, Ky.  (Com p. Amer. Gen. Vol  4 p 414). Children: a. Wm. Henderson SHELTON; b.  Peter SHELTON; c. David R. SHELTON... d. John H. SHELTON; e. Mary H.  (Polly) SHELTON; f. Elizabeth (Betsy) SHELTON; G. Nancy H. SHELTON; and  H. Thomas SHELTON..." Abstracts of Rev War Pension Files,p3100 (forwarded by Arva Jewell KENNEDY ), Samuel SHELTON, Jane, VA Line, W8716, ...Sol m Jane or Jenny HENDERS ON on  22 May 1781 in Hanover Co VA, sol d 28 May 1833 & his wid appl 2 S ep 1836 in  Mercer Co KY Name: SHELTON, SAMUEL Pension #: W8716 State: VA Age: NA Ap Date: 03 Sep 1832 SHELTON, SAMUEL: First enlisted 1775 or 6 in Louisa Co., Va...he later ser ved under the Indians was a Sergeant Major. Rev. John D. Paxton, stat es he has been an elder in the Presbyterian Church in Danville for many ye ars. Spouse: HENDERSON, JANE Sp. Age: 78 Sp.Ap Date: 02 Sep 1836 JANE HENDERSON: A resident of Mercer Co., Ky. She was raised in the same n eighborhood with her husband, Samuel Shelton who was born raised in Loui sa Co., Va...married him 22 May 1781 in Hanover Co., Va. (Copy of marria ge bond from Louisa Co., Va. :Samuel Shelton Jenny Henderson dated 20 M ay 1781) John Nuckles was the bondsman. Samuel Shelton died 28 May 1833. Affiant 1: Shelton, Thomas Thomas Shelton: Son of Samuel Shelton, dec'd, resident of Boyle Co., Ky ., in 1853 appts Geo. H. Monsarrat his atty. Affiant 2: Harlan, James James Harlan: Samuel Shelton his wife were from his boyhood members of t he Presbyterian Church. Has known them for 20 years knows several of the ir children grandchildren thinks their oldest child is over 50. Affiant 3: Foster, John SHY, JESSE: A citizen of Mercer Co., Ky. first enlisted in Orange Co ., NC in late 1770. He knows of no one who can prove his service.

[NI7309] A William H Henderson made a family record dated (on his 59th birthda y) 16  Nov 1852. He wrote that his paternal grandfather was William Hender son who  was born, lived and died on Taylor's Creek, Hanover County Virgin ia and was  married to Elizabeth. Their children were William, Thomas, Bar bara, Mary, Elizabeth, Jane, John, Christopher, and Rollins. He wrote that his "aunt J ane  married Samuel Shelton and had seven children- Peter, Elizabeth, Mar y, David,  Nancy, Thomas, and John.

[NI7311] Louisa Co Va Deed Book N p.302, 28 Nov 1816 This indenture made and entered into this twenty eighth day of November in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and sixteen, Between John Austin, and Fleming Austin and Elizabeth Austin and Overton Mallory and Peggy his wife, and David S. Austin and Polley his wife, and Chisholm Davis and Docia his wife and Nancey Austin and Peter Hodges and Maria his wife and Bryce Austin, all of the County of Louisa except Overton Mallory and Peggy his wife (they of the County of Hanover) of the one part and John Shelton Jr. of the County of Louisa of the other part.  Whereas Samuel NUCKOLLS, Grandfather of Lucy Austin Decd. who was the wife of the aforenamed John Austin, did by his Last Will and Testament duly recorded in the County Court of Louisa reference thereto for the same will more fully appear; Lend to his Daughter Frances Shelton wife of Peter Shelton Decd. Six Hundred and odd acres of land lying and being on the North side of the Southanna River, in the last mentioned County for and during her natural life after which to be equally divided between the heirs of the said Frances Shelton Lawfully begotten;  The said Lucy Austin Decd. wife of the said John Austin was one of the Daughters of the said Frances Shelton who did depart this life without giving granting devising or making any conveyance whatsoever, of in or touching said land, which said large tract of land hath since been divided, and fifty and one quarter acres thereof alloted to and taken into the possession of the aforesaid John Austin, as his full proportion, as agreed to and between himself and John Shelton, senior, who purchased out the claim or claims of the most of said distributees of the aforesaid Frances Shelton, Decd. and given the same to his son John Shelton, Jr. who is now in possession of the same.  Now this Indenture witnesseth that the said John Austin and Fleming Austin and Elizabeth Austin and Overton Mallory and Peggy his wife, and David S. Austin and Polly his wife and Chisholm Davis and Docia his wife and Nancey Austin and Peter Hodges and Maria his wife, and Bryce Austin who are the children and distributions of the said John Austin and Lucy his wife, Decd.  For and in consideration of the sum of  (blank)   cash  to them in hand paid by the said John Shelton, Jr at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge Have granted Bargained Sold and delivered and by these presents do grant bargain & sell unto the said John Shelton Jr his heirs and assigns the said fifty and one quarter acres land be the same more or less, and bounded as followeth (to wit) Beginning at a Post oak pointer standing in the line of Thomas Loyde thence with his line N 47[?] E 21 1/2 chain to a Cherry tree, Thence N. 48 E 1 1/2 chain to Hickory with James Johnson thence on his line N 2 E 8 1/4 chain with said Johnson to pines pointing thence N 61 1/2 W 10 Chain to red and white oak Saplins pointers thence a new line with said John Shelton Jr S 27 W. 34 1/4 chain to pointers on the side of a Branch thence a new line with the hundred acres allotted to Peter Shelton (who is of unsound mind) S 78 E 22 chain and 90 links to the Beginning together with all the appurtenances whatsoever to the said Tract or parcel of land belonging or in any wise appertaining and the reversion and reversions remainder and remainders and all the inheritance thereof and all the Estate right title interest property claim and demand whatsoever, also placing the said John Shelton Jr precisely in the situation of them the said John Austin, Fleming Austin, Elizabeth Austin, Overton Mallory and Peggy his wife, David S. Austin and Polly his wife, Chisholm Davis and Docia his wife, Nancey Austin, Peter Hodges & Maria his wife and Bryce Austin and of each and every of them respectively of in and to the said tract or parcel of land hereby Bargained & sold and of in and to every part, and parcel thereof, with all the appurtenances To have and to hold all the aforesaid tract or parcel of land and premises and every part and parcel thereof with all and singular the appurtenances unto the said John Shelton Jr his heirs and assigns to the only proper use and behoof of him the said John Shelton Jr his heirs and Assigns forever, and the said John Austin, Fleming Austin, Elizabeth Austin, Overton Mallory & Peggy his wife, David S. Austin and Polly his wife, Chisholm Davis and Docia his wife, Nancey Austin, Peter Hodges and Maria his wife and Bryce Austin for themselves and their heirs respectively aforesaid land and premises against themselves and their respective heirs and against all and every other person or persons whatsoever, claiming or to claim any right or title to the said land and premises or any part thereof, from, by, or under them or any or either of them respectively, or against any person or persons, whatsoever, shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents, In witness whereof the said John Austin, Fleming Austin, Elizabeth Austin, Overton Mallory and Peggy his wife, David S Austin and Polly his wife, Chisholm Davis and Docia his wife, Nancey Austin, Peter Hodges and Maria his wife, and Bryce Austin, have hereunto set their hands and affixed their hands and seals the day and year first above written John Austin (seal) Fleming Austin (seal) Elizabeth her A mark Austin (seal) David S Austin (seal) Chisholm Davis (seal) Docia her X mark Davis (seal) Polly L Austin (seal) Peter his X mark Hodges (seal) Maria her X mark Hodges (seal) ------------------------------------------------------------ Very interesting is "John Shelton, senior, who purchased out the claim or claims of the most of said distributees of the aforesaid Frances Shelton, Decd. and given the same to his son John Shelton, Jr. who is now in possession of the same." I'm trying to track down the other deeds associated with this buyput of the Samuel Nuckolls plantation. Cheers, BillWilliam C Hicklin

[DI7311] Based on indenture John Austin dated 1816 naming Lucy, gd of Samuell Nuckolls as "deceased"

[DI7322] Georgia Deaths, 1919-98 about William M. Tate Name: «tab»William M. Tate Death Date: «tab»28 Apr 1922 County of Death: «tab»Forsyth Certificate: «tab»9295-D Name: «tab»William M Tate Titles and Terms: «tab» Death Date: «tab»28 Apr 1922 Estimated Death Year: «tab» Age at Death: «tab»67 years 6 months 16 days Death Place: «tab»Cumming, Forsyth, Georgia, United States Birth Date: «tab»12 Oct 1854 Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Forsyth County Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab»Married Race or Color (Expanded): «tab»White Race: «tab»White Ethnicity: «tab»American Spouse's Name: «tab»G E Hammonds Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab» Fathers Name: «tab»Miles G Tate Father's Titles & Terms: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Nuchalls Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2297143 Digital Folder Number: «tab»4178235 Image Number: «tab»01068 Reference Number: «tab»9295

[DI7323] Georgia Deaths, 1919-98 about Georgia E Tate Name: «tab»Georgia E Tate Death Date: «tab»14 Feb 1931 County of Death: «tab»Forsyth Certificate: «tab»3304

[DI7324] Georgia Deaths, 1919-98 about Mrs. Virginia Fincher Name: «tab»Mrs. Virginia Fincher Death Date: «tab»3 Nov 1934 County of Death: «tab»Fulton Certificate: «tab»29598

[DI7325] Georgia Deaths, 1919-98 about Elizabeth Saylor Name: «tab»Elizabeth Saylor Death Date: «tab»21 Feb 1923 County of Death: «tab»Floyd Certificate: «tab»4883-E

[XI7334] U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 Name: «tab»Thomas E Nuckols Death Date: «tab»19 Mar 1899 Cemetery: «tab»Family Buryiwg Ground Cemetery Location: «tab»Rockville, Virginia Private, Co Guys Battery, Goochland Co, Applicant Mrs T J Sadler, Sabot, Goochalnd Co,  10/8/1931

[NI7335] Census Place:Dover, Goochland, Virginia 1880 Source:FHL Film 1255367  National Archives Film T9-1367     Page 27 2D P. T. MELTONSelfMMW45VAOcc:FarmerFa: VAMo: VA Ann MELTONWifeFMW38VAFa: VAMo: VA William MELTONSonMSW18VAFa: VAMo: VA Belford MELTONSonMSW16VAFa: VAMo: VA Emma MELTONDauFSW12VAFa: VAMo: VA Ben MELTONSonMSW3VAFa: VAMo: VA Robert MELTONSonMSW1VAFa: VAMo: VA Ann E Melton   Age: 56 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0015   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0035   County:  Goochland   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Son Stone Wall J 24 Virginia Son Jurney T 18 Virginia Sister Mary M Nichols 52 Virginia

[NI7336] 1880Census Place:Dover, Goochland, Virginia Source:FHL Film 1255367  National Archives Film T9-1367     Page 27 2D P. T. MELTONSelfMMW45VAOcc:FarmerFa: VAMo: VA Ann MELTONWifeFMW38VAFa: VAMo: VA William MELTONSonMSW18VAFa: VAMo: VA Belford MELTONSonMSW16VAFa: VAMo: VA Emma MELTONDauFSW12VAFa: VAMo: VA Ben MELTONSonMSW3VAFa: VAMo: VA Robert MELTONSonMSW1VAFa: VAMo: VA

[NI7337] probably a child of a different mother becasue there were girls in the 18 30 census born prior to marrriage date of parents

[NI7338] Ann E Melton   Age: 56 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0015   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0035   County:  Goochland   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Son Stone Wall J 24 Virginia Son Jurney T 18 Virginia Sister Mary J Nichols 52 Virginia (sic)

[BI7339] Name:    J. SMITH NUCKOLS Birth Date:    JUN 1853 Race:    W Sex:    M Father:    WILLIAM Mother:    ELIZABETH Page:    4 1880 Census name Thomas Joseph Nuckols, son age 32 Name: «tab»Joe Smith Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»10 Jun 1853 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»William A. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Elizabeth Nuckols 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, 154 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X562-79G : accessed 6 April 2012), Joe Smith Nuckols (1853).

[NI7340] From:JULIE GUE SMITH (JCAT13@AOL.COM)Looking for James H Gue believed to h ave been born to Linsey & Nancy(Nicely) Gue in 1838 or 1844. It is possib le that there were 2 James from this area. Linsey was married in Rockbrid ge Co. in 1832. His mother is believed to have been Balinda Gue who lat er married Obediah Nuckles in Rockbridge 9-7-1815. I cannot locate Balinda 's father and cannot valiate any of this info. There is some very poor res earch on this family who later moved to WV. The researchers aim I belie ve was to gain acess to DAR records. Please help if you can. I am only int erested in searching my family and recording an accurate account of the ir history.

[NI7341] Gue family connection from Billie Miller sgmillie@wwd.net

[NI7342] gave consent for marriage of dau Malinda to marry Obediah Nuckles in 1815

[NI7343] Amherst 1850 census states he is laborer on canal. The 1800 Census shows this family as being White, however his brother Obed iah and his family are listed as being Mulatto In the 1880 houseohold is a granddaughter Rose age 5 b VA

[NI7345] Although probably the son of Obediah by overwhelming evidence, he is probably not the son of Belinda Gue. Obediah may have been married before Belinda since he is certainly old enough. Or may have been born out of wedlock to Obediah and Belinda. Deed Book JJ,pg 312, I have from Deed Book JJ,pg 312--on 4/27/1874,George W (Washington?) Knuckles and his wife Virginia C (Catherine?) sold George W Jr a tract of land.

[NI7348] Father: Archelaus 'Archer' Rowsey b. About. 1765 in Rockbridge County, Vir ginia Mother: Elizabeth Noel b. Before. 1772

[NI7349] A Samuel Nuckels is listed with Co F,50th Va infantry in the Civil War,enl isted  25/1861,Wytheville,Wythe County,Va.Pvt,N015 11/1/1861,Present in un it. Family researcher Robin Arvickson Erie, PA Rosuar@aol.com Robin-  (Rosuar@aol.com) I  don't have anything that 100% positively identifies Obediah as Samuel 's father - I have sent e-mails over the years to the people who have posted that info, but no one has been able to provide me with any proof of it.  I do believe, however, that Samuel is Obediah's son because Obediah gives his permission for Samuel to marry Hannah Rowsey - and usually a parent would give permission.

[NI7356] Jenkins, Tommie "Granny", age 97, of South Knoxville, passed away July 1 1, 2001 at Baptist Hospital. Preceded in death by husband, Labe Jenkins; p arents, William and Mattie Goddard Nuchols, 2 brothers, 2 sisters, and 3 s on-in-laws, Claude Thomas, Roy Hundley, Eldridge "Shady" Payne. Memb er of Gayland Heights Baptist Church. Survivors Daughters: Lois Thomas, Be tty Hundley, Annette Payne. Truly blessed with numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great grea t-grandchildren.The family would like to express their sincere thanks to t he 3rd Floor staff at Baptist Hospital, Dr. Clint Dorian, Dr. Rick Mays, a nd Dr. Dorian's associate, Eric. Graveside service 11:00 a.m., Saturd ay at Highland South Cemetery, with Rev. Claude Thomas and Sam Thomas offi ciating. Pallbearers will be grandsons. In lieu of flowers, memorials m ay be made to Gayland Heights Baptist Church, P.O. Box 9311, Knoxvill e, TN 37940. Family will receive friends 7:00-9:00 p.m., Friday at Berry F uneral Home, Chapman Hwy.

[BI7358] Name: «tab»Hensley Nuchols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»27 Jul 1910 Birthplace: «tab»Maryville, Blount, Tennessee Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»W.B. Nuchols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Mattie Nuchols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I09688-0 System Origin: «tab»Tennessee-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»888876 Reference Number: «tab»item 228 p49

[XI7358] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Charles Nuchols Name: «tab»Charles Nuchols Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»27 Jul 1910 Death Date: «tab»13 Mar 1982 SSN: «tab»409283076 Branch 1: «tab»NAVY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»31 Mar 1944 Release Date 1: «tab»16 Oct 1945

[NI7362] "Death of a Much Beloved Young Lady. On August sixth the death angel visit ed the home of Mr. J. H. Nuckols and took from them the eldest daughter, M iss Dexter. "She had been confined to her bed for three weeks with typho id fever and her condition was thought to be much better until Wednesd ay at five a.m., when she became alarmingly worse. She died that afterno on at four o'clock. She was twenty-two years old. "No young lady was posse ssed with a more loveable disposition which won for her a host of friend s. She treated everyone so kind that she was loved by every one with wh om she was associated. She as home loving and considered it a great virt ue to have an abundance of necessities that would make home happy. "She wi ll be missed by the circle of young folks of which she was a favorite, s he will be missed by the older people who esteemed her for her genial, soc iable disposition; and she will surely be missed by her father, mother, br others and sisters who have our entire sympathy. "She is survived by her f ather and mother, four sisters, Edna, Maud, Lucille and Mallie, and thr ee brothers, Paul, Jessee and Leon, and a host of relatives. "After funer al services Thursday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Givin she was laid to re st at the Peden graveyard before a large concourse of relatives and friend s."

[DI7362] Name:  «tab»Dexter Nuckols Death Date: «tab»6 Aug 1919 Death Location: «tab»Barren Residence Location: «tab»Barren Age: «tab»22y 9m 11d Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»10 Oct 1896 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»John Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Peden Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky

[NI7363] "In Memoriam. From The Apostolic Times, published at Lexington, Kentuck y, we clip the following tribute to the memory of a lady who was universal ly loved and esteemed in this community. "Died at Glasgow, KY., Wednesday, Sept. 9th, 1874, Mrs. Josephine M. Nucko ls, wife of Dr. George Nuckols. "In the fall of 1867, Mrs. Nuckols - then Miss Joe. Depp - was buried wi th Jesus by baptism into death. She had just reached the radiant morni ng of womanhood. The charms of earth were bright around her, and wooed h er heart with promises of happiness and peace. But she nobly accepte d, in preference, the promises of Jesus, and gave her heart and her li fe to him. The struggle which this required was made doubly severe by t he fact that of those whom she most loved not one agreed with her in her r eligious convictions. "They respected her convictions, however, and loved her only the more f or hernoble devotion to what she believed to be right. I had the pleasu re to watch the progress of that struggle, and to witness the triumph of h er faith. I have never seen any one who seemed to receive the word of t he Lord more gladly than she did. As she arose from the baptismal grave h er face beamed with such heavenly joy, that almost involuntarily I exclaim ed, "That is sublime." I remember that many hearts were deeply touch ed by the self-sacrificing devotions to Jesus which she so beautifully exh ibited. It is but just to say that, after several years, seemed that the w orld had, by its insinuating power, partly regained its hold upon her hear t. But she did not, by any means, renounce her confidence in Jesus. "At the time of her death she had been just three months a bride. Whi le we thought that she was yet in the joyous morning of her life, the nig ht came. But we thank God for the confidence that it was "the night of res t." "I was at Glasgow on a hurried visit at the time, and with her grief stric ken husband and mother, and many sorrowing friends, I watached at her beds ide for hours at the night shadows deepend. She had almost entirely lost t he power of speech before I was here, but while able to talk she had expir ed unshaken confidence in Jesus, and perfect resignation to the will of t he Heavenly Father. "By very great, and evidently painful efforts, she uttered two or three sh ort and broken sentences during the several hours of suffering that pass ed after my arrival. One was so full of the spirit of the dying Savior th at it seemed like a beam of light from heaven breaking through the gloom t hat filled our hearts." Tell ___ ___ that I forgive." Her mind was perfect ly clear to the last moment, and she went down in the baptism of death wi th an expression like that with which she arose from the watery grave." Glasgow Municipal Cemetery Josephine M. Nuckols 22 Sept 1849 - 9 Sept 1894 Glasgow (KY) Weekly News, 22 Oct 1874. A FEELING of regret and deep sorrow was occasioned the whole community l st week by the death of Mrs. Josephine M. Nuckols, the wife of Dr. Geor ge Nuckols, which occured on Wednesday, the 9th inst. Her illness was of s hort duration, and a fatal termination was entirely unlooked for by a lar ge number of her friends. The shock experienced by them upon her sudden de ath was very great. She was in her twenty-fifth year, and had been marri ed just three months. Young, accomplished and lovely, rich in all those tr aits that make her sex admired and loved - yes, more, possessessed of a ll those attributes that characterizes a true woman, she held in the tende rest affeciton by her family and a large circle of friends. "After an impressive funeral sermon, preached by Rev. L. E. Campbell at t he residence of Mr. James Depp, the father of the deceased, Thursday eveni ng, the remains were followed to theirfinal resting place in the family bu rying ground by a large concourse of friends, who testified to the high es timation in which the deceased was held by them, and their heart-felt symp athy with the grief-stricken husband and family." Glasgow (KY) Weekly TImes, 17 Setp 1874

[NI7368] Amherst 1850 Census shows Obediah Nuckols age 21,working for a contract or on the canal. George Negans, 25 Obediah Nuckles, 21, laborer James Bias, 25, laborer Deed book DD,pg 407,on 3/21/1857,Obediah and his wife Susan Ann sold 95 ac res which Obediah had got from Richard Johns by deed dated 2/21/1857,bei ng the same land  conveyed to Richard Johns by William Johns by deed. This family is listed in the 1880 Census as Mulatto Daughter Anna marriage to Winston Branham calls both parties "Black" Indian Island by Peter W. Houck and Mintcy D. Maxham...Calvin C. Knuckes a nd his wife's obits...copy of the original Monacan membership rolls... bcatwalker@home.com (Becky) A person (Eva Moody who is descended from Calvin's sister Arena Nuckles w ho married Winston Branham) wrote to my aunt about the race thing and t he census. She said that census takers were not allowed to write down Indi an, so put either M mulatto or B black. Many times the label had to do wi th the name of the person and not their race. She said that many Cherokee passed through that area of Amherst Coun ty on their way to Washington to do business. Many Monacans thought they w ere Cherokee. Dr. Houck did research and found that the people were descen ded from a Sioux tribe. He got enough proof that the state of Virginia rec ognized the Monacans as the 8th Indian tribe about 15 years ago. Hope Lynne Graves 3/2012 In addition I am trying to find a connection to Rosa Knuckles married to William Beverly in 1873 is also related, as well as Alice Knuckles married to George W. Beverly (1876), and Birdie Nuckles married to Frank Hicks (1880)

[NI7375] In 1759 John Dabney, of Hanover, bought from Joel Terrell and David Lew is four hundred acres, and from Joel Terrell four hundred more, which incl uded the present Birdwood plantation, and the oldest tavern perhaps in a ll the section, called at the time Terrell's Ordinary. In 1764 William Dab ney, a brother, purchased from Archibald Woods four hundred acres on Mechu m's River, above the Depot of that name. John soon returned to Hanover. Wi lliam sold his place in 1768 to William Shelton, and John having died in t he meantime, his trustees sold his land in 1773, six hundred acr es of it to James Kerr, and the remainder to Robert Anderson.

[NI7377] Sarah Ann Jennings family came from england?If Sarah came from engla nd or was  directly related to a William Jennings.There is $150,000,0 00 in a England bank waiting for the directly connected to claim it.My gra ndmother was sent a letter years ago about the money,but didn't go.Her mot her was directly related,but I can't prove it since she has passed away.Th ey had one of the biggest estates in England. There was a William Jennings that came from England that was connected.T he problem is that all records proving that he did or was the one got burn ed.This was in the fire of the Hanover county courthouse in the 1800's.Th ey say that William is buried in Hanover county,Va,but nobody really kno ws where at.The letter I was telling you about was written in the 1930 's to my  grandmother Ada Lawson.   Ada Irene Lawson (married Walter Eugene May(e).She was directly relat ed to them.Her mother was Mary Elizabeth Jennings (who I think married  ma rried a Arluis Lawson).Mary Elizabth Jennings father was a LLoyd Jennings ).  All records my family had to this are gone.The Gov't in England wan ts direct written documention of proof.There have only been 3 or4 people t otal that have recevied any of their inheritance.These people lived in N ew York I think.          Tony Nuckols (7/2006)

[NI7380] John Minor, of Topping Castle, Caroline County, was the patentee of la nd on the north fork of the Rivanna as early as 1735. Of the eleven childr en of himself and his wife, Sarah, daughter of Thomas Carr, three have be en represented in Albemarle.

[NI7410] Did Elizabeth have a sister nancy who married John McGeehee in Louisa C o, VA 11/2/1820? This marriage was a MRS Nancy Nuckolls. In a court case I have sent for at Louisa Archives it lists her as Elizabeth Garland Barrett on suit by the McGehee family. On the other in fo it is in the McGehee books by Ethel Grider. I have chased my Milton N.M cGehee for 47 years. I am old and sick and about at my end. But just want ed to find his parents.There are 190 misspellings of the McGehee name w ho are actually McGregors from Scotland 1634.James  2nd son of Chief Patri ck McGregor and Marion McDonald who was sent at age 12 under name MackGahye to keep from being killed during proscription.. All my lines are Scots . I had flaming red hair and  blue/grey eyes and a temper to match. I am fiercely Scots. So prayed that who ever Milton's mother was, she was a Scot. Now look . How much more Scotch can you get then Nuckolls. Anyway the cruel irony is that no one can spell Nuckolls either.Guess I should name my family book "the People who could NOT Spell Their Name". I hope you can help out on my Mcgehee and Nuckolls. I have Elizabeth Nucko lls who married George Mcgehee .One of his sons is my Gr-Gr -Gr-Grandfather. Elizabeth remarried in 1822 to Charles Barrett in Louisa and they spent years in litigation with the older sons of George by his first wife and also her (Elizabeth) children by Mcgehee were under Guardianship of Barrett. I know there was son George and son Nathaniel Madison and son John who also may have married a Nuckolls. But he died young. One of those sons or Elizabeth had   my Gr Gr Grandfather Milton N. Mcgehee b 1810.I believe it was Elizabeth herself and George. I have not been able to find Elizabeth death date or place. Do you have any more on her? Pat «u»mountainmama42@bresnan.net «/u» 1830 Louisa Co, VA pg 9 Charles Barret 00101001-11010011 1840 Louisa Co, VA pg 252 Charles Barret 00001001-00110001 Close to Mary Nuckols - 00002000-00001 and Robert Cosby Family The male you see with Charles in 1830 has to be my Mlton Nuckolls McGeh ee b 1810-1814. Plus I know Milton had 2 sisters Angeline and Martha An n. I have them and their husbands as they came to Tn and my Milton was bondsman for their 2nd marriages. Milton went toTN by 1833/34 so would not be on 1840 in VA. Had 7 kids by George and married a  Supreme Court Judge in Richmond who studied and trained under John Marshall. Had 7 more children with Barrett There is a Guardian Bond in Louisa Co pg322 Samuel Nuckols, Gdn to Elizabe th Garland Nuckols, daughter of Samuel Nuckols, deceased. $800. Thomas Smi th, Sec. (It is impossible since her father Samuel did not die until 1822)

[NI7434] Veteran of the Civil War and served with Co "F" and Co "B" of 9th TN INF C SA, and Co "A" of the 14th Cavalry CSA

[NI7451] Parentage Not proven but evidence supports Facts show : Virginia State Land Office Grants From 1679-1709 #7 Samuel NUCKOLLS 150 acres page 146 Virginia Colonial Abstracts Vol 16 Richmond Co, Records, 1692-1704 1699 "Attachment issued to Sam'll Nuckolls, Merchant of London against the esta te of John Bennett for 919 lb of Tobacco by Bill. Returned attached in t he hands  of John Henderson, 772 of Tobacco being the proper estate of Jo hn Bennett  this 10th day of 10'br 1699 per James Phillips" Land Processioning Records 1719 Robert Bumpas, land no process as tenant is sick, George Cox, Thomas Jacks on, Robert Jennings overseer, John Kimbrough, Samuel Nuchels in beha lf of Mr John Perkins, Andrew Spraddling, Cornelius Tinsley, George Vau gh overseer, Watson, Winston. On 10th of February 1719, The Vestry Book of Saint Paul's Parish (1704-178 6), page 191, "Returns of processioning of land in 1719. At a Vestry he ld at the Lower Church for St. Paul's Parish ye 8bery 10th 1719." Precinct 27 Page 204, "The lands of Robert Jennings, Geo: Vaughn, Anth: Winston's orph ans Robert Bumpass and Spraddling, John Kimbrough, John Perkins, John Baco n, John Sladding, Thomas Jackson, Cornelius Tinsley, and Wattson, being ma de one precinct, of which Robert Jennings and Geo: Vaughn were overseer s, who made this return, March 30th 1720. We subscribers having compiled w ith our processioning according to the Order of the Vestry quietly witho ut disturbance, accordingly Andrew Spraddling, Geo: Cox, Samuel Nuckle s, in behalf of John Perkins, Cornelius Tinsley, John Sladding, Geo: Vaugh n, Robert Jennings, the land of Robert Bumpass being not processioned by r eason that his tenant was sick, the lands of Thomas Jackson, Anthony Winst on, and Wattson, by reason we could not give them timely notice. Sign ed by Robert Jennings and George Vaughn." Land Processioning Records 3/2/1721 Ordered that Samuel Knuckles clear a r oad from the upper end of Matlock's road to the upper inhabitants on the n orth side of the South River and he have to assist him: John Bostick, Jo hn Bunch, Isaac John, Mr Thomas Johnson, David Meriwether, Mr Richard Phil lips

[NI7452] A preponderance of the evidence shows he is the son of Charles Years ago a researcher mentioned that Obediah changed his name to Knuckle s.  There is absolutly no evidence of this, as marriage was Nuckols.   T he Knuckles name change began with son Robert "Bobby"  after he left TN f or Kentucky and changed the spelling in the 1870 census. No Knuckles spell ing exhisted prior to 1870 for this line. Further evidence is that Bobb ys son Rueben who died in the Civil War , tombstone reads Nuckles, provi ng name change happened after 1861 For years and years, this line has played "havoc" with researchers.  It w as not until recently that Dick Gault brought the real picture to light. T he reason Obediah was never found in any census, and why Overton was livi ng where Obediah lived for so long, is that they are one and the same pers on. His name was Obediah Overton Nuckles. You cannot create a family li ne by having one  record throw you for a spin. The only mention of Obedi ah in ANY record is his first  marrige in Goochland County and the w ar of 1812.   Then he just dissapears. (But we know he lived beyond 183 2, the birth of his last child.) Although commmon with these guys, the loc ation, census pages, supporting facts, etc all reinforce the fact he was o ne and the same person. The Nuckolls Society has prepared a research pap er with the results of a 6 month quest for evidence and a copy os availab le free by request from the Society. Contact Sandi Koscak at Evilsizer3@ao l.com It is very strange that no descendants of either Obediah nor Overton we re named after him. Obie and Elizabeth Willis had two sons in Goochland County,Virginia--Robe rt and William who migrated with their parents to Kentucky after 1820. REMEMBERANCES OF GREAT-GREAT AUNT SALLY AND GREAT-GREAT UNCLE BILL NUCKOLS as told to Colson Knuckles After Obadiah Nuckols' first wife died (they had just two children: Robert and William), he then married a Brittian, ** who (from previous marriag e(s» was the mother of "Uncle" Bill Nuckols. She and Obadiah had just o ne child -" Aunt" Sally Nuckols (more in next paragraph). In the followi ng list are the names of Obadiah's stepchildren: (1) Carlo Helton; (2) Ephriam Helton; (3) William Helton (he took the Nuckols name and was called " Uncle" Bill Nuckols); (4) Solomon Collins (later called Sol Nuckols); ( 5) Elizabeth Helton (she married Sol Nuckols). Elizabeth and Sol are the p arents of Adkin Nuckols. Colson used to visit Adkin Nuckols house. Adkin h ad two sons: Ray and Floyd; and (6) Lucy Helton. ** Never proven Obediah married a Brittian Many family stories passed thru the years have suggested Obediah was al so married to Jemima Osborn.  Born 1814 Harlan CO. KY. she married John Ar nold  Helton, son of John Helton and Barbara Shephard. Jemima is said to h ave been raised by Ephriam and Lucy Osborne and possibly a full blooded Ch erokee who took their name. Supposedly born with the name Birttain.  Th is relationship has not been substanciated, so until we can provide docume ntation, she will be excluded from this tree. From Fredwyn 4/2006-The only real Heltons we can find are those that belo ng to Jemimah Osborn and John Helton.  They were married by Samuel Howa rd on 5 Jan 1832 in Harlan Co, KY, Book A, page 194.  In 1880 census in Le slie County they were still married. John Helton would turn over in his gr ave if he knew his children are being assigned to the Knuckleses.  Jemi ma and John had a William Helton, but his year of birth was not the same as William R. Knuckles 1820 Albemarle Co, Frederickville, VA pg13  3000(?)1-300010 Owned no slave s Overton Nuckles (children of Eliz Willis not living in this household) This census looks like a mark was made in the male 4th column and then cro ssed thru and moved. 3m <10 (1811-1820) Wm, Robert and one who died prior to journey to TN 1m >45  (before 1775) 3f <10 (1811-1820) Nancy, Mary and ? 1f 45 or over  (1776-1794)   Polly NICKLES or NUCKLES was possibly       the thrid missing daught er of Obediah Overton. She married       John Thomasson in Granger COun ty TN where Obediah       and his family settled. In the 1820 census the re are 3 daughters under the       age of 5 and only two account for, so t his possibly the third.  More       research to come Also a Prepcia Nuckles md 9/14/1832 Grainger Co,TN to William Sparkman. 1830 NUCKLES OVERTON Grainger County TN pg69 No Township TN  11200001-1101 001 1m<5 (b1825-1830) 1m 5-10 (1820-1825) 2m 10-15 (1815-1820) 1m 50-60 (1770-1780) 1f < 5 (1825-1830) 1f 10-15 (1820-1825) 1f 15-20 (1810-1815) 1f 40-50 (1780-1790) 1840 Claiborn Co, TN pg 250 01010001-11102001 1m 5-10 (1831-1835) (Gabriel TJG? born 1832) 1m 15-20 (1821-1825) (John born 1821) 1m 50-60(1781-1790) 1f <5 (1836-1840) 1f 5-10 (1831-1835) (Aunt Sally? born 1834) 1f 10-15 (1826-1830) 1f 50-60 (1781-1790) 1850 in Grainger Co, TN 11th Dist 1247/1312- pg 87 Nuckles, Overton, age 70 b VA Nancy A  65 b VA

[DI7452] Letter from Zenas Knuckles 2005 " My dad (Colson Knuckels) said that Obediah died on the way to Kentucky, buried somewhere in Virginia (present day) probably on Hwy #58." Note from Randall Knuckles Still pondering where he might be buried. The last reference you gave me was "near Hwy 58". I stumbled on an article that confirms what I suspected. The Hwy 58 designation in Virginia began around 1934 as a change from US 411. So that's a modern reference to whatever the original location might have been. That still seems an odd path path for Obediah to have been traveling from Tennessee. The land Obediah sold to his son was on Clinch River in Coopers Ridge. That area located at the border of Claiborn TN (where he lived prior). Traveling to Harlan Co Courthouse KY where his son lived would suggest he went by way that most did thru the Cumberland Gap which is Hwy 58. Being familiar with Claiborne Co, he would be comfortable traveling the area he knew well. Dont you think? http://www.pinebrookmaps.com/servlet/the-North-America-Antique-Maps-cln-United-States-cln-Tennessee/Categories?gclid=CMenwp7f4aYCFcXD7QodPz5UNA Found a link for map from 1855. From this, I would think Obediah would most likely have taken a route to Kentucky along current 25-E. Getting to the other major route coming down Virginia is just too out of the way. Notice the end point on the Virginia road. This would be current 58 except for the last mile or two. Hwy 58 used to follow a man-made cut from 1900's on the side of Cumberland Mountain to the top of the Gap - all in Virginia. This old road dropped down either to lower end of Harrogate or through Forge Ridge and over to Speedwell. If we take the "58" reference to actually mean this road, we still have the vicinity of Harrogate. Something puzzles me a bit. This shows the Kentucky portion crossing Cumberland River to the east of the mouth of Yellow Creek. I believe this is the old Thomas Walker route. The Wilderness Road ran to the west and into Cumberland Ford. Evidence says Bobby first settled in Stoney Fork. But to get there from that point, you have to go east to Harlan and over Pine Mountain or west to Cumberland Ford and up Straight Creek. If William went to the flatlands, he certainly went to Cumberland Ford. If Bobby went that far with him, he had an easy trip from there to Stoney Fork. --

[XI7452] From Randal Knuckles 4/2011 revisited the Stoney Fork cemetery. I think Zenas has a good theory about the unmarked grave. That could well be Obediah. Bobby's family was about the first ones buried there so there was plenty of room - still isn't full. Rueben and Margaret died before Bobby so he had a plan in mind.  The unmarked is right next to Margaret and Bobby is between her an Reuben. So it appears to be a family layout. And no need to crowd in next to a stranger. Remember, George is buried in Camp Nelson. Not likely Bobby would have a stone for Reuben and not George. Not sure how to go about proving it but I'd say if Obediah is ever to be found, this is it. 

[NI7454] Nelson appears in First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred Book II on page 9 1. Many descendants have been documented. Parentage not proven-see notes on father, Charles In 1850 Census were additional children but unlikly to be children of Pol ly as she was too old at the time. Edward J age 10, Augustus age 8, Soph ia age 2, and an unamed child born June 1850. Death cert of son Frederick names mother Mildred Reddy

[NI7456] Father: Delaney WREN b. 27 Oct 1815 in Kentucky Mother: Lucinda MOBLEY b. May-1830 in Kentucky Remarried Mary Richmond Rockcastle Co,KY 7/4/1887

[NI7465] "Chain Reaction Fatal to Farmer" "Funeral services are set for Thursday, 2:30 pm at Hatcher and Saddler Fun era Home for Paul Nuckols, a well-known Temple Hill farmer and Barren Coun ty businessman, who was fatally injured Tuesday morning in a four vehic le collision that occurred at the intersection of Highway 63 and county Hi ghway 328. Four others were injured in the accident. "Authorities stated that Nuckols, who had been mowing, was working on h is tractor on the side of the road. Mike Humphrey, dirver of a 1964 Chevro let pickup, stopped at the intersection and was talking with Nuckols, wh en a 1967 Oldsmobile driven by Mrs.John Bradley, Glasgow, attempted a rig ht turn and was struck in the rear by a 1955 Chevrolet driven by Albert Sm ith of Temple Hill. Police said the impact of the collision knocked the Ol dsmobile into the truck which struck Nuckols and the tractor. "Humphrey was treated and released at the emergency room of Samson Communi ty Hospital. T. C. Humhrey, a passenger in the truck indicated he was n ot injured. Mrs. Ava Kingrey,a passenger in the Bradley car was admitted f or treat for injuries sustained in the accident and Albert Smith repoorted ly sought treatment at a local doctor's office. Mrs. Bradley, driver of t he Oldsmobile, also reportedly sought medical aid. Trooper Page investigat ed the accident. "Mr. Nuckols is survived by his wife Zelma, two brothrs, Leon and Jess, bo th of Glasgow, four sisters, Mrs.Haskell Sabens, Mrs. Luther Buckley, Mr s. J. R. Underwood, all of Glasgow, and Mrs. Clyde Belcher, Colorado Sprin gs, Colorado. "Burial will be in Glasgow Municipal Cemetery." Unknown Glasgow KY newspaper, from files of the late Eva Coe Peden. Glasgow Municipal Cemetery C. Paul Nuckols 22 June 1905 - 28 July 1970

[NI7467] JESSE D NUCKOLS Date  850731 Age  077 Place  BARRN Residence  BARREN Volume  039 Cert  19258 Deathvol  85

[NI7468] Lexington Herald-Leader (KY) - November 27, 1999 Deceased Name: FRANKFORT -- Ethel Bailey Nuckols FRANKFORT -- Ethel Bailey Nuckols, 87, 107 Schenkelwood Drive, widow of Je sse D. Nuckols, died yesterday. Services 1 p.m. Sunday, Rogers Funeral Hom e. Visitation 5-8 p.m. today. Name: Ethel Bailey NuckolsResidence: 107 Schenkelwood Drive, Frankfort, K YDied: Friday, 26 Nov 1999, Frankfort Medical Center, age 87.Born in Barr en Co 30 Nov 1911, lived most of her life on a farm in ruralBarren Co in T emple Hill. Moved to Frankfort 10 yrs ago.Lifelong farmer, avid gardner, m ember Temple Hill Baptist Church.Survivors:Daughters: Diana Peters of Fran kfort and Dottie Lindsey of Louisville.Widow of: Jesse D NuckolsDaughter o f: William S and Ora Wood Bailey, decd.Preceded in death by sisters: Mildr ed Bailey, Mae Gray, Maude Luster andJan Bailey.Services Rogers Funeral Ho me in Frankfort, 1 pm Sunday, burial in GlasgowHappy Valley Memorial Garde ns Monday, 11 am.Glasgow Daily Times, Sunday, 28 Nov 1999, p. 2..), 197 0, Barren County, KY (Source: Marriage Cert., Marriage Book 25, pg. 78,). Ethel Ellen Bailey Nuckols 107 Schenklewood Drive, Frankfort, Kentucky Born: Barren County, Kentucky Died: Friday, at Frankfort Regional Medical Center, Frankfort, Kentucky Age: 88 Parents: William S. and Ora Word Bailey (deceased) Husband: Jesse D. Nuckols (deceased) Sisters: Mildred Bailey, Mae Gray, Maude Luster and Jan Bailey (all deceas ed) Burial: Happy Valley Memorial Gardens, Glasgow, Kentucky (Source: The State Journal - November 28, 1999)

[XI7468] -Same Stone With Jess D-No Death Date

[NI7471] BENNIE L NUCKOLS Date  831013 Age  070 Place  BARRN Residence  BARREN Volume  048 Cert  23928 Deathvol  83

[DI7472] Name: Irene Elizabeth Nuckols Residence: Hall Street, Glasgow, KY Died: Friday, 12 January 1990, T J Samson Community Hospital, age 67. Daughter of the late Herman and Gertrude Turner Whitehead. Retired sales clerk at Watson's in Glasgow; member Temple Hill Baptist Chu rch. Survivors: Daughters: Beth Jones, SueHoward and Jane Keys of Summer Shade, KY and Am ye Toms of Cave City, KY Sons: Paul Lee of Glasgow and Phil of SC Sisters: Mildred Shelton of Mt Hermon, KY and Olene Hopkins of Glasgow. Brother: Billy Whitehead, Glasgow 22 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by: Husband: Leon Nuckols Son: J H Nuckols Services: Sunday, 14 January 1990, Hatcher and Saddler Funeral Home, buri al Glasgow Memorial Gardens. Barren County Progress Thursday, 18 January 1990, p B8 Name: Mayme Olene Hopkins Residence: Glasgow KY Died: Saturday, 3 May 2003, T J Samson Community Hospital Emergency Roo m, age 78. Born: Monroe Co KY Daughter of the late Herman S and Ova Gertrude Turner Whitehead Widow of the late Edward M Hopkins Retired from J J Newberry Company wehre she had worked for 33 yrs. Memb er Dover Baptist Church at Haywood where she was very active in church act ivities, especially Bible School and the "Prayer for Warriors" Sunday Scho ol Class. A volunteer worker at Glasgow High School and Edmonson County Hi gh School. Survivors: Son: Charles E Hopkins and wife Laura of Smiths Grove KY Granddaughter: Ashton Smith of Smiths Grove Brother: William G Whitehead and wife Martina of Glasgow Preceded also in death by: Sisters: Mildred Shelton and Irene Nuckols. Services: 11 am Tuesday, 6 May 2003, A F Crow and Son Funeral Home, buri al Happy Valley Memorial Gardens. Glasgow (KY) Daily Times, Monday, 5 May 2003, p. 2. Name: Irene Elizabeth Nuckols Residence: Hall Street, Glasgow, KY Died: Friday, 12 January 1990, T J Samson Community Hospital, age 67. Daughter of the late Herman and Gertrude Turner Whitehead. Retired sales clerk at Watson's in Glasgow; member Temple Hill Baptist Chu rch. Preceded in death by: Husband: Leon Nuckols, Son: J H Nuckols Services: Sunday, 14 January 1990, Hatcher and Saddler Funeral Home, buri al Glasgow Memorial Gardens.

[DI7473] Visitation:  «tab»Wednesday from 4pm until 8pm and Thursday morning until time for the service. Funeral:«tab»1pm Thursday at the A. F. Crow & Son Funeral Home Interment:  «tab»Happy Valley Memorial Gardens Born:«tab»October 04, 1916 Died:«tab»November 13, 2012 Mallie M. Underwood 96 of Glasgow died Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at the NHC Health Care Facility in Glasgow. The Barren County native was the daughter of the late John and Mary Peden Nuckols and wife of the late James Radford "Bubby" Underwood. She was a homemaker and a former school teacher and was a lifelong member of the Temple Hill Baptist Church.She is survived by 8 nieces, Beth Jones, Sue oward, Joyce Propes, Jane Keys, Amye Toms, Diane Peters, Doris Smith and Jo Pedigo and 4 nephews Paul Lee Nuckols, Phil Nuckols, David Underwood and Brett Underwood. Funeral services will be 1pm Thursday, November 15, 2012 at the A. F. Crow & Son Funeral Home with burial in the Happy Valley Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be on Wednesday from 4pm until 8pm and Thursday morning until time for the service.

[NI7477] Headline: KENTUCKY DEATHS Publication Date: March 28, 1992 Source: The Courier-Journal Louisville, KY Page: 13A Subjects: DEATHS Region: Kentucky Obituary: GLASGOW -- Floyd Nuckols, 85, died here Friday. His wife, Ish, s urvives. Funeral, 2 p.m. Sunday, Hatcher & Saddler Funeral Home. Visitation after 1 p.m. Saturday.

[NI7478] Tombstone scanned to CD

[NI7479] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Sept 12 1918Res Barren Co, Glasgow, KY Age 18 born Sept 28  1899 Self emp farmerKin-Mrs Lelia Nuckols Tall, med build, brown eyes, brown hair

[NI7480] THE DEATH OF MRS. CARLOS NUCKOLS LAST SUNDAY "Mrs. Carlos Nuckols died at her home at Bristletown Sunday night at 11: 30 of ptomaine poisoning. She was twenty-two years of age, and is surviv ed by her husband, two sons, her father, Mr. Joe Richey, of Cedar Grove, s ix sisters and two brothers."She was a member of the Cedar Grove Baptist C hurch, and a young lady of many lovely attributes."Burial will be in the G lasgow Cemetery to-day." Unknown Glasgow KY newspaper, from files of the late Eva Coe Peden. Tombstone gives a different date of birth, 6/22/1898

[DI7480] Name:  «tab»Lela Nuckols [Lela Ritchey] Death Date: «tab»10 Apr 1921 Death Location: «tab»Barren Residence Location: «tab»Barren Age: «tab»23 Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»30 Jun 1897 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Joe Ritchey Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Rachel Kinslow Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky

[NI7481] Mothers maiden name Williams

[NI7482] Hart County News, Munfordville, KY Aug 15 1929 Miss Tommie Ruth Nuckolls of Glasgow and her sister , Mrs Orbin Frodge, De troit, MI, were guests of their brother Mr Allan Nuckols and wife and daug hter for a few days Name: Blondelle Annett SSN: 365-05-2847 Last Residence: 48127  Dearborn Heights, Wayne, Michigan, United Stat es of America Born: 3 Jun 1906 Died: Jul 1982 State (Year) SSN issued: Michigan (Before 1951 )

[NI7483] Dec 12 1929 Hart County News, Munfordville, KY Misses Tommy Ruth and Zebra Nuchols of Glasgow are visiting Mr and Mrs All an Nuckols this week.

[NI7484] Lineage in Hopewell Rogers, pg 38 Name: Richard Garnett [photo] Residence: Glasgow KY Died: Friday, 12 Jan 1979, 4 pm, T J Samson Community Hospital, lengthy il lness, age 83. A descendant of a leading pioneer Barren County family, continued that tra dition by practicing law her for nearly fifty years during which he made s ignificant contributions in his profession, community and nation. His grea t-great-grandfather, John Garnett, was a Revolutionary War veteran a nd an early juge in Barren County, and his great-grandfather, Richard Garn ett, was an earlycounty and circuit court clerk here. After graduating fr om Glasgow HIgh School he attended the University of Virginia before the U nited States entered World War I when he enlisted in the Marine Corps a nd served as a sergeant in France. He came back to Glasgow in 1931 as the law partner of Virgil Baird, who la ter served as a judge on the Kentucky Court of Appeals. He maintained h is keen sense of patriotism and was active in the 123rd Army Cavalry Natio nal Guard unit while he built his law practice. In 1938 he became Glasg ow City Attorney, a position he held as World War II began. Respondi ng to the national emergency, Garnett joined the United States Army Air Co rps, from which he was discharged as a Major in 1946 after serving in Engl and. Garnett returned to civilian life with a determination to serve his count ry as vigorously in peace as he had in war. He resumed the practice of l aw and, was soon elected to the first of his two six-year terms as Commonw ealth Attorney. A member of the Barren County and American bar association s, his highest professional recognition came in 1958 when he was elected P resident of the Kentucky Bar Aossiciation. Later he served one term in t he Kentucky Senate, from 1959 to 1963, during which time he rendered inval uable assistance to the legislative program of Governor Bert T. Comb's adm inistration. A recipient of many awards and honors, he was a Mason, a Shriner, a memb er of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Disabled Veterans, and he had serv ed as President of both the Glasgow Rotary Club and Glasgow Chamber of Com merce. Additionally, he belonged to the public library board and the Mammo th Cave National Park Association, and for years he was active in the Fir st Christian Church, where he was an elder. His greatest civic love, however, was the American Legion. He held sever al offices in the local ost and was once district commander. Throughout h is career he was a staunch supporter of the Legion's youth projects, espec ially its oratorical contests and baseball programs. Born: 19 Nov 1895 Glasgow KY Son of Dr. Richard E Garnett and Mattie Wilson Garnett Survivors: Wife: Zeba Nuckols Garnett Daughters: Geraldine Pope of Bowling Green MO and Ruth Annette Bailey of P ortsmouth, OH Six grandchildren One sister, two nieces and five nephews Services: 3 pm Sunday, 14 Jan 1979, Hatcher and Saddler Funeral Home, R ev Henry Campbell officiating along with members of the American Legion Po st 28 acting as pallbearers and member of the local bar. Burial Glasgow Mu nicipal Cemetery. Glasgow (KY) Daily Times, Sunday, 14 Jan 1979, p. 9. Glasgow Municipal Cemetery Richard L Garnett 19 Nov 1895 - 12 Jan 1979 Major U S Army WW I & II

[NI7485] Hart County News, Munfordville, KY Aug 15 1929 Miss Tommie Ruth Nuckolls of Glasgow and her sister , Mrs Orbin Frodge, De troit, MI, were guests of their brother Mr Allan Nuckols and wife and daug hter for a few days Dec 12 1929 Hart County News, Munfordville, KY Misses Tommy Ruth and Zebra Nuchols of Glasgow are visiting Mr and Mrs All an Nuckols this week.

[NI7486] Hart County News, Munfordville, KY Aug 15 1929 Miss Tommie Ruth Nuckolls of Glasgow and her sister , Mrs Orbin Frodge, Detroit, MI, were guests of their brother Mr Allan Nuckols and wife and daug hter for a few days Dec 12 1929 Hart County News, Munfordville, KY Misses Tommy Ruth and Zebra Nuchols of Glasgow are visiting Mr and Mrs Allan Nuckols this week.

[NI7488] GERALD K NUCKOLS Date  801112 Age  076 Place  BARRN Residence  BARREN Volume  058 Cert  28631 Deathvol  80 Name: Gerald Nuckols SSN: 407-09-3028 Last Residence: 42141  Glasgow, Barren, Kentucky, United States of Ameri ca Born: 2 Oct 1904 Last Benefit: 42141  Glasgow, Barren, Kentucky, United States of America Died: Nov 1980 State (Year) SSN issued: Kentucky (Before 1951 )

[NI7490] LILLIE EASLEY  Residence:  62629  Chatham, Sangamon, IL  Born 8 Jun 1901 L ast Benefit:  Died Mar 1987 Issued:  IL (1966) The State Journal Register, Springfield, IL April 1, 1987 Lillie M EASLEY Mrs Lillie M EASLEY, 85, of Chatham, formerly of Auburn, died at 3:45 p. m. Tuesday at Sunrise Manor Nursing Home in Virden. She was born June 8 19 01 in Glasgow, Ky, the daughter of Joseph Cephus and Nancy Ann Matthews Nu ckols. She was a member of Auburn United Methodist Church and the Wesleyan na Class. Preceding her in death were two husbands, Olen Newton Clark in 1 927 and Ralph M "Hap" Easley in 1980. Surviving are two daughters, Nrs Jo hn (Nancy) Enrietto Sr of Auburn and Mrs James (Marilyn Sue) Dozier of Spr ingfield. One son, James N Clark of Phoenix, Aria; one brother J Ray Nucko ls of Auburn; 12 grandchildren; four great grandchildren; nine step grandc hildren; seven step-great grandchildren; several nieces , nephews and cous ins. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the Berry Funeral Home, Au burn, with the Rev Robert Snider officiating. Burial will be in Auburn Cem etery

[DI7491] State Journal-Register, The (Springfield, IL) - May 12, 1989 Deceased Name: J. Ray Nuckols J. Ray "Bud" Nuckols 86, of Auburn died at 10:45 p.m. Wednesday at his residence. He was born Feb. 16, 1903, in Glasgow, Ky., the son of Joe and Nancy Matthews Nuckols. A farmer for 75 years near Auburn, Mr. Nuckols was a former school teac her and was one of the developers of the Edgewood Knolls Subdivision at Au burn. He was a member of the United Methodist Church; past president of the Auburn School Board; past president and charter member of the Edgewo od Country Club; charter member of the Auburn Lions Club; 60-year member of the Auburn Masonic Lodge; former trustee of the Fire Association and a member of the Farmers Union. Preceding him in death were two sisters, Myrtle Herron and Mrs. Ralph Easley. Surviving are his wife, Helen; one son, James W. of Auburn; two daughters, Mrs. Phyllis Spence of Indianap olis, Ind., and Mrs. June Hamilton of Springfield; six grandchildren; a nd two great-grandchildren. Services will be at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Ber ry Funeral Home, Auburn. Burial will be in Auburn Cemetery. Name: James R. Nuckols SSN: 327-32-4409 Last Residence: 62615  Auburn, Sangamon, Illinois,  Born: 16 Feb 1903 Died: 10 May 1989 State (Year) SSN issued: Illinois (1955-1956 )

[NI7493] The following was taken from a newspaper clipping from the Glasgow Republi can circa September, 1943. Any information about anyone listed would be gr eatly appreciated... McCoys Celebrated Their Golden Wedding Mr. and Mr.s George McCoy celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary Sund ay, August 22nd, at their home near Roseville, with a family dinner. On August 22, 1893, Miss Mart ha Thomas (Mattie) Ford was married to Mr. George McCoy in a double wedding ceremony performed by Br o. Sowers, a Cumberland Presbyterian minister. The ceremony took place at the home of the late M r. Joe Pedigo near Lick Branch.. The other parties in the double wedding were Mr. and Mrs. J. T. B roady, now deceased. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Willie McCoy, Cave City, Mr. and Mrs. Lonn ie McCoy and son, Wen- dell from Slick Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ford, Cave City, Mr. and Mrs. Ne lson Nuckols and son, Seth Ford, Glasgow, Mr. and Mrs. Byrd Pickett, Mr. and Mrs. Jack South and fami ly, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ly- ons, Mrs. Maude Depp and son Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Amos McCoy and family, S miths Grove, Mrs. Eliz- abeth Goad and Children, Paul Howard Ford, Washington, D. C. The Republican joins the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. McCoy, their two so ns and two grandchildren, on their fifty years of married life, and wish for them many more, blest wi th health and happiness. Picture included... Name: Edgar Lee Ford Residence: Tempe, AZ Died: 29 October 1998, 77. Born: Glasgow, KY Son of: William Joseph and Mary Chowning Ford, decd. Military: Marine Corp 1942-1949 and U S Air Force 1949-1970. Was an acti ve veteran of WWII, the Korean Conflict and the Vietnam Conflict. Occupation: Employed with 1st Interstate Bank at Operational Center and se rved as Chief Manager of Vault Operations from until 1970 at his second re tirement. Church: Emmanuel Lutheran. Survivors: Wife: Velva Brangwin Ford Sister: Christine Mathis, Glasgow Daughters: Mary Goidich, WI Nancy Cooper, AZ Grandchildren: Paul, Aaron and ALicia Goidich and Kimberly and Brian Sapp. Preceded in death by: Brothers: Joseph Ford, Jr, William Thomas Ford, Paul Howard Ford Sisrs: Mary Clyde Nuchols and Ruby Thomas Woodward. Services: 2 November 1998, at the church, burial East Resthaven Cemeter y, Phoenix, AZ. Glagow Daily Times, Tuesday, 10 November 1998, p. 4. Hiseville Cemetery William Thomas Ford 31 May 1909 - 28 June 1965

[NI7494] Tombstone scanned to CD Wendell Nuckols, 218 South Green Street, died April 10, at Reid Memorial H ospital in Richmond, Indiana, from injuries received in a traffic acciden t. He was 59. Survivors include his wife, Audrey Neal Nuckols, two daughters, Mrs. Ma ry Rose McCoy and Martha Neal Nuckols, both of Glasgow, two grandchildre n. Funeral services were held Sunday at 2 p.m. in Memory Chapel of the A.F.Cr ow and Son Funeral Home with burial in the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Glasgow, KY - The Republican Newspaper - 17 April, 1969

[NI7495] Tombstone scanned to CD

[NI7497] Name: Clotiel Harlow Nuckols Residence: Chicago, IL Died: Saturday [20 October 1973] Survivors: Daughters: Mrs. Phyllis Anderson, Mrs Barbara Svetich, both of Chicago. Sisters: Mrs. Mollie Kinslow of Route 4, Mrs Virginia Williams of Glasgo w, Mrs Zora Peden of Dearborn, Michigan, Mrs.Lena Barlow of Lavon, Michiga n, Mrs. Lera Bowles of Burnside, KY Three grandchildren Brothers: Charlie Perry Harlow, Paul Harlow, both of Glasgow and John Harl ow of Michigan. Services: Thursday, SIloam Baptist Church under direction of A F Crow a nd Son Funeal Home, burial Poplar Log Cemetery. Unknown Glasgow KY newspaper clipping. Shown: Cloteel H Nuckols - 08 Oct 1908 - 20 Oct 1973, on same stone with W illard K.Nuckols

[NI7498] Pantagraph, The (Bloomington, IL) - August 28, 1990 Deceased Name: Chris Nuckols Chris Nuckols, 70, 1017 S. Mercer Ave., Bloomington, died at 8:32 a.m. yes terday (Aug. 27, 1990) at his home in Anglers Manor. His funeral wi ll be in Glasgow, Ky. A.F. Crows Funeral Home, Glasgow, is handling arrang ments. Burial will be in Popular Log Cemetery, near Glasgow. local visitat ion will be from 7 to 9 p.m. today at Beck Memorial Home, Bloomingto n. He was born Oct. 26, 1919, in Glasgow, the son of Spurgeon and Lou Ann ie McGuire Nuckols. Surviving are three sons, Jay, 25 Delaine Drive, Norma l; Larry, Downs; and John, Ellsworth; one sister, Lu Jane Williams, Mou nt Hermon, Ky.; eight grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. One broth er preceded him in death. He was a member of Four Seasons Church of Chri st and worked at Modine Manufacturing until retiring in October 1981. Memo rials may be made to the American Diabetes Association. Name: Chris L. Nuckols SSN: 400-18-8999 Born: 26 Oct 1919 Died: 27 Aug 1990 State (Year) SSN issued: Kentucky (Before 1951 )

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[NI7505] Marvin Ray Matthews, 81, of Glasgow, Ky., died Thursday, April 25, 2002 at the NHC Health Care Facility in Glasgow. The Barren County native was the son of the late Lute and Louisa Jane Nuck ols Matthews. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church and t he Fellowship Sunday School Class. He was also a member of Allen Lodge # 24 F&AM and the Scottish Rite. Mr. Matthews was a farmer and had serv ed on the board of directors of Southern States Cooperative. He is surviv ed by his wife, Phoebe Harlan Matthews; two daughters, Linda Kelver and hu sband John of Lexington and Lunelle Meurer and husband John of Wincheste r; a son-in-law, Bob Stone of Glasgow; eight grandchildren, Joe Harlan Sto ne of Danville, Matthew Stone of Louisville, Brett Kelver of La Grande, Or e., Trista Kelver of Portland, Ore., Wade Stone of Glasgow, Ben Meur er of Winchester, Mary Ellen Meurer of Lexington and Will Meurer of Winchester; four great-grandchildren; two sisters, Pauline Brown of Glasg ow and Sally Sherfey Miller of Tampa, Fla.; along with several nieces a nd nephews. He was also preceded in death by a daughter, Kaye Stone; two s isters, Lottie Bacon and Margaret Davis; and two brothers, Ben Matthews a nd Mark Matthews. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Sunday at the A.F. Cr ow & Son Funeral Home with burial in the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Visit ation will be on Saturday from 4 until 8 p.m. at the funeral home. Name: Marvin Ray Matthews [photo] Residence: Glasgow, KY Died: Thursday, 25 April 2002, NHC Health Care Facility in Glasgow, age 81 . Born: Barren Co KY Son of the late Lute and Louisa Jane Nuckols Matthews. Member First United Methodist Church, the Fellowship Sunday School Clas s, Allen Lodge #24 F&AM and Scottish Rite. Farmer, served on the boa rd of directors of Southern States Cooperative. Survivors: Wife: Phoebe Harlan Matthews Daughters: Linda Kelver and husband John of Lexington, KY and Lunelle Meu er and husband John of Winchester, KY Son-in-law: Bob Stone, Glasgow Grandchildren: Joe Harlan Stone of Danville, KY; Matthew Stone of Louisvil le, KY; Brett Kelver of La Grande, OR; Trista Kelver of Portland,OR; Wa de Stone of Glasgow; Ben Meuer of Winchester Four great-grandchildren Sisters: Pauline Brown of Glasgow and Sally Sherfey Miller of Tampa, FL Several nieces and nephews. Preceded also in death by: Daughter: Kaye Stone Sisters: Lottie Bacon and Margaret Davis Brothers: Ben and Mark Matthews Services: 2 pm Sunday, 28 April 2002, A F Crow and Son Funeral Home, buri al Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Glasgow Daily Times, Friday, 26 April 2002, p. 2.

[NI7506] Name: Margaret Elizabeth Davis Residence: Glasgow, KY Died: Wednesday, 20 Dec 2000, daughter's residence, Glasgow, KY, age 78. Born: Barren Co KY Daughter of: James Luther and Lou Nuckols Matthews, decd. Homemaker, attended Freedom Baptist Church. Survivors: Husband of 53 years: William Harold Davis Daughter: Scarlett Edmunds, Glasgow Sons: Billy Neal Davis of Mt. Hermon, KY and Steve Davis of Glasgow. Brother: Marvin Matthews of Glasgow. Sisters: Pauline Brown of Glasgow and Sally Miller of Ft. Myers, FL. 5 grandchildren. Preceded also in death by: Brothrs: Elliott and Mark Matthews Sister: Lottie Bacon Services: 1 pm Friday, 22 Dec 2000, A. F. Crow and Son Funeral Home, buri al Poplar Log Cemetery. Glasgow Daily Times, Thursday, 21 Dec 2000, p. 16

[NI7508] Tombstone photo scanned to CD

[HI7510] (Research):One of the first things I noticed was that Obediah's second wife was a Goings -- the Goings are one of the "core" Melungeon families (I think Jack Goings is the group administrator for the Melungeon Project at FTDNA). 1/31/2013 Knuckles list lost- Ok the info i got was the John Knuckles mother was full blood cherokee. A Nancy Goings a common cherokee name i gather. Based on the laws of tennessee at the time he would have had to have permission to marry a white woman so if there was no license then maybe Jane(jennie) Bray was part cherokee as well. I do know she was a mid wife and that was a role that was handed down in the cherokee clans. Email Fredwyn 2/2013 Dear Sandi,After spending all my life working on genealogy I can truthfully say that I NEVER heard about how we had any Cherokee lines in any branch of the family, and Mother said the same thing.  Grandmother Euphemia Durham Creech was interested in genealogy and loved to trace the Creech and Durham families verbally for anybody who would listen.  The Creeches were Cherokee via several different lines, but she NEVER mentioned this to my mother or to me.  I'm sure she knew it but did not tell us.  Only when Bob Foley showed us copies of his grandmother's Cherokee records did we realize that my father was Cherokee.  And now there seem to be several different Cherokee lines in his family.  There were a lot of different tribes in Kentucky (since it was an Indian hunting ground and not a place they inhabited), but so far I have only found Cherokees.  So my father had Cherokee all through his family. Why didn't they talk about it?  I guess it had to do with discrimination.  And in the early days it was land ownership and voting rights.Since finding all this Cherokee blood in my father's family I began to wonder about Mother's.  Did the Broughtons/Knuckleses have it too?  So far I have not found any.  But what were the Melungeons?  Nobody knows what they were originally, but they intermarried with Negroes and Indians.  And they lived in Tennessee right in the heart of what is now Cherokee reservation land.  Anson Collins was definitely Melungeon.  And you will notice in the book that Goins is one of the most common Melungeon names.  How in the world would Obediah  have found a Melungeon wife while he was still in Virginia?  If he did, then this explains why Obediah moved his family to Tennessee.Love,Fredwyn

[NI7513] Possibly is the Elizabeth R Nuckles who married Andrew F Davis 8/10/18 15 in Rutherford Co, TN and may be located in the 1830 Claiborn Co, TN Cen sus Andrew Davis 1110010-110010 (Many Goins families in this neighborhood) 1840 Claiborn Co, TN pg204 01111010-2120010 1850 Claiborn Co TN census has an Andrew Davis, but he was not this old, a nd his wife name was Lucy. This female was born 1780-1790 which is about right age to marry in 1815 a nd suggests she may have migrated with her brother Obediah, as Obediah w as living also in Claiborne Co, TN in 1840

[NI7519] This is apparently the George W Nuckhols listed as being in Co F.27th Va I nfantry in the civil war. A George W Nuckols is listed on the Rockbrid ge Co list of pensioners qualifying under the Pension Act of 1900 for 19 01 (line 163)and again (line 129) Assuming the Geo W that married Ann is the same Geo W in the civil wa r.  He enlisted Apr 23, 1861 as a Pvt in Co. B, 49 Reg't Va Infantry at Am herst Court House for a period of 12 months.  He has 16 card #s and 2 medi cal cards.  (there is an oddity in that the civil war papers indicate 27 th infantry which is where I found his information, however, Co B 27th app arently merged with Co. B 49th Infantry and I guess by Nov/Dec 1863, it w as Co I 49th Infantry).  He was a POW at Gettysburg 1910 Rockbridge Co, Bueana Vista, VA pg 173 is Geo W Nuckolds married 2tim es, wife Bessie, 23 married 7 years 3 childrne 3 living. Son William F a ge 6, Charles age 4 and Lewis age 2. His occupation was Skimmer in the si lk mill. As he is living next to his son, Henry, I believe this is him

[NI7520] Although not found in census records after 1880, (2) sons 1918 WWI applica tion he gives to notify indicating he was alive in 1918, saying they h ad to support their father. Wife died in 1907, but this man says he is mar ried 4 yrs. Name, spelling, birth location, all fits this John Nuckles. B ut Pawnee Co, OK is a John Nicholes, born 1835 in IL a widower who would f it the location. Possible this is him: 1910 Noble Co, Walnut, OK John A Ross, hjead, 41 div, IN ? ? John J Nuckles, stepfather, 75, M2x M4y VA VA VA Mandy, mother, 63, M2x, M4y 7/4/ KY KY KY

[NI7521] DECEASED  Nuckles, Obediah. YEAR  [1857]. NOTE  Date of death: 1857. SOURCE  Source of information: Amherst County, 1857, page R. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Amherst County.

[DI7523] Title «tab»LinkNuckels, Julie. Publication «tab»[1883]. Gen. note «tab»Date of death: June 15, 1884?. Note «tab»Source of information: Amherst County, 1883, page 4. Note «tab»Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by the Virginia Genealogical Society. Subject - Personal «tab»LinkNuckels, Julie. Subject - Topical «tab»LinkDeaths -- Virginia -- Amherst County. Added Entry «tab»LinkDeath Records Indexing Project. «tab»LinkVirginia Genealogical Society

[NI7526] Louisa Co, VA Deed Book  I , Page 18320 Mar 1796William McGehee Sr. to William McGeh ee Jr.  all of Louisa, £372, .   Beginning at a White Oak on South si de of Pamunkey River, corner to John McGehee;  S 56 deg W 152 poles to cor ner John McGehee and Mary Whitton  to Major Sam Ragland.... Deed Book  I , Page 21728 July 1796Alexander Quarles and Elizabeth Quarl es his wife of Richmond,  to William McGehee of Louisa  £150  for 600 acr es adjoining Ebbin Porter (survey made) Book: L, Page: 173, Grantor: McGehee, William & Ann, Grantee: McGehee, Geo rge, Date: 10-Dec-1808 William McGehee and Ann McGehee (wife) to George McGehee for 20 shilling s, 223 acres on Little River. Beginning at Frederick Harris line, Thomas G ibson [Gipson], Thomas Smith, Benjamin Harris, this land on which Richa rd Harris and wife formerly lived .... Deed Book  L , Page 5857 Oct 1811William L. McGehee and Mary McGehee (wi fe) to Ruben Cowherd for £43, 4 shillings   32 acres of land on South by J ohn Bibb, West by Richard McGehee, N. by Ruben Cowherd, formerly Isaac Win ston, E. by John Madison .... Book: I, Page: 183, Grantor: McGehee, William Sr., Grantee: McGehee, Willi am, Jr., Date: 20-Mar-1796 William McGehee Sr. to William McGehee Jr. all of Louisa, £372, . Beginni ng at a White Oak on South side of Pamunkey River, corner to John McGehe e; S 56 deg W 152 poles to corner John McGehee and Mary Whitton to Major S am Ragland....

[DI7550] Pearl Nuckols Shaw, of Mechanicsville, widow of John C. Shaw, died Monday, June 27, 2005. She is survived by four children, John W. Shaw, Vann S. Collier, Susan W. Shaw and Jimmie Collier; a brother, Rev. Clyde D. Nuckols; four grandchildren, Christina C. Morgan, Jason H. Collier, Kathleen E. Shaw and Mark J. Morgan; three great-grandchildren, Cory S. Morgan, Tyler J. Morgan and Joseph D. Collier. The family will receive friends 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Atlee Chapel, Woody Funeral Home, 9271 Shady Grove Road, Mechanicsville, where services will be held Friday at 11:30 a.m. Interment Westhampton Memorial Park. Obituary, Richmond Times-Dispatch, June 25, 2005.

[NI7557] 1860 Household is Nancy Noel age 60 A Rosemary Nuckols was in the Civil War,Co F,50th Va infantry.Enl 7/25/18 61 at Camp Jackson,Wytheville,Wythe County,Va,PVT N014. 11/1/1861,prese nt in unit. 10/20/1862,disc. Enlisted as a Private on 25 July 1861 Enlisted in Company F, 50th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 25 July 1861. On rolls on 01 November 1861 Discharged Company F, 50th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 20 October 1862 Enlisted in 17th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 15 October 1863. Discharged 17th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 15 May 1864

[NI7559] Elmira Civil War Prison.Re-buried Woodlawn Cem.Ric,Va. Nuckles John T. F 50 Virginia Infantry. Private Private Nuckolds Thomas J. Confederate Civil War,Co F,50th Va Infantry Wounded on 15 February 1862 at Fort Donelson, TN Nuckles,John T. 1862/02/15,Wd,Ft Donelson,subs hosp Clarksville,Tenn.,Residence was Pedlar Mills,Amherst Co. [10,9-66].BTD enl. Pvt N017. 1862/03/00,Captured Clarksville,Tenn. NOSEPFILE. Cards for this man found in NA file of Nuckles,Thomas J.[25,862/05/13] POW on 15 March 1862 at Clarksville, TN Hospl (Estimated day) Confined on 20 March 1862 at Cincinnatti, OH (Estimated day) Confined on 10 April 1862 at Camp Chase, OH 1862/04/10=1862/08/25,POW rcvd at Camp Chase Ohio from hosp Cincinnati  sent to Vicksburg, Miss,for exchange. Transferred on 11 September 1862 at Steamer "John H Done" (Arrived for exchange) 1862/09/11,Rcvd for exchange aboard Steamer John H. Done,near Vicksburg. Discharged Company F, 50th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 20 October 1862 1862/10/20,Disch. Subs paid on 30 Jun 63. NA file card actually labeled J. Nuckles Exchanged on 10 November 1862 at Vicksburg, MS 1862/11/10,Declared exchanged Enlisted as a Private on 15 December 1862 Enlisted in Company F, 50th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 15 December 1862 . Wounded on 02 July 1863 at Gettysburg, PA Hospitalized on 27 July 1863 at Richmond, VA 1863/07/27=863/08/06,BTD wd. Hosp Richmond,gsw: furloughed-35-day sick leave. Furloughed on 06 August 1863 (For 35 days) POW on 12 May 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House, VA 1864/05/12,Captured Spotsylvania C.H. [25,864/06/04] Confined on 18 May 1864 at Point Lookout, MD 1864/05/18=1864/07/30,POW Pt Lookout;sent to Elmira Confined on 02 August 1864 at Elmira, NY 1864/08/02=1864/09/21,POW Elmira;dd POW,chronic diarrhea,Effects: Died of disease while a POW Company F, 50th Infantry Regiment Virgin ia on 21 September 1864 in Elmira, NY Bd grave 359.Source 8c says grave 337,Woodlawn  Cem. Bath Co, VA Will Book 6 11/31/1863 John Nuckles listed in sale of estate of William H Shelton

[NI7560] Joseph Gue had a son John, lived in Amherst County, Va in 1785. Was marri ed to Margeret Whitten, d. Sep 1821. They had a daughter, Melinda, who h ad a son out of wedlock-- his name was Lindsey. Looking for descendant of Lindsey and Nancy Nicely) Gue. Lindsey's moth er was Melinda/Belinda Gue. Who was Lindsey's father? Melinda/Belinda Gue 's father was John Gue and Margaret "Peggy" Whitten. John and "Peggy" h ad three children that we've located, John Gue, Jr., Rosemerry(male) and M elinda/Belinda. John Gue served in the Revolutionary War and was in NY (pe rhaps around Albany?), but settled in Amhurst Co., VA. It is believed th at John Gue came over here from France ca. 1756. It is thought that John G ue's father was a Joseph Gue and that John had a brother named Joseph w ho also fought during the Revelotionary War and lived in NY. Sometime aft er the birth of Lindsey, Melinda/Belinda (found spelled both ways in recor ds)m. Obadiah Nuckles and had four more children. (Billie Miller 1999) gen ealogynut@earthlink.net

[NI7567] Groom's Name: «tab»Joseph C. Henson Groom's Birth Date: «tab»1844 Groom's Birthplace: «tab»Amherst Groom's Age: «tab»33 Bride's Name: «tab»Ellen F. Knuckles Bride's Birth Date: «tab»1843 Bride's Birthplace: «tab»Amherst Bride's Age: «tab»34 Marriage Date: «tab»26 Sep 1877 Marriage Place: «tab»Amherst, Virginia Groom's Father's Name: «tab»Jno. P. Henson Groom's Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Henson Bride's Father's Name: «tab»Holman Lawhorne Bride's Mother's Name: «tab»Nancy Lawhorne Groom's Race: «tab»White Groom's Marital Status: «tab»Single Groom's Previous Wife's Name: «tab» Bride's Race: «tab» Bride's Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Bride's Previous Husband's Name: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»M00003-4 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»30311 Reference Number: «tab»Mar Reg 3 p 70 Source Citation "Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRDQ-HZB : accessed 12 April 2012), Joseph C. Henson (1877).

[HI7571] (Research):Name: «tab»Sallie Morris Gender: «tab»Female Christening Date: «tab» Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»04 May 1889 Birthplace: «tab»Amherst, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Henry Morris Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Sallie Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01763-4 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy GS Film number: «tab»2046910 Reference ID: «tab»392

[NI7572] I live in Botetourt County, Virginia and work at the Fincastle Branch Lib rary, I believe these two John Parker and Maryland Nuckles  are my great great gra ndparents. dmullins@botetourt.org Doris Parker Mullins

[NI7575] Death cert son Samuel names mother Martha Pettigrew born Cabell Co, WV. Marriage record of Henry J Bowen and Martha S Curry names brides mother Martha Nuckles, all of Amherst Co, VA dated 2/12/1887

[NI7577] Family researcher Ann Wilmer wilmer@dmv.com

[NI7578] William Wilmore's parents were Reuben Wilmore and Sarah (Sallie) Stinne tt (I don't know how many Sallie Stinnetts there were -- at least a dozen ). My g-g-grandmother Sarah Stinnett Wilmore was the daughter of Charl es A. Stinnett.(Stinnett is also subject to many varried spellings) LINDSEY THOMAS WILMER born July 8, 1884 and died April 8, 1962, was married twice. His first wi fe was Carrie Huffman Wilmer, mother of Pauline and Lilliam. She died wh en Lilliam was 42 months old from TB.  Pauline married Major Moore. They h ad one foster daughter (Mary Anne). He died and she married Lint Jone s. He is now deceased.  Lillian married Roy Coleman and they had eight chi ldren. Four are living and four deceased. Those living are Roy, Jr., Curt is William, Paul Jerry and Faye. The deceased ones are James, Harold, Vivi an and Pauline. Lindsey's second wife was Darra Gilbert. They had six children: Lonzie (ne ver married), Beulah (married Curtis Shields) and had two sons Ronald a nd Wayne. Margaret married Larry Mullens and had one son Gary. Ruby di ed at 11 days old. Ila died at four months. Samuel Lewis died at two yea rs old. Lindsey also had a stepdaughter, Sadie Gilbert Nuckols. LAURA VICTORIA WILMER WILMER married Andrew Tilton Wilmer, son of Josephine Wilmer (Robert, Reuben, Jam es) who later married Charles Wilmer (Thomas...) and I don't have this fi le on the computer yet but they had a large family. ANNIE BYRD WILMER WILMER married The Rev. Edward Christian Wilmer (Robert, Reuben, James...) and h ad 10 children. I am revising this file and will share later. TEMPY WILMER JENNINGS and Hiram Jennings had 11 children. One died shortly after birth. Here a re the rest. Ernest, Leonard, Oscar, Homer, Raymond and Glenn. Nannie S ue (married Wilmer Fitzgerald); she is the mother of Kenneth Fitzgerald. E dna (married Joe Moore), Corrine (married Bill Lewis); Madeline (married R oy Edwards) -- is the only one of Aunt Tempy's children still living. EMMA WILMER WARREN and her husband, John had three children: Howard, Hauty (sp?)2 and Ela. MAGGIE WILMER died young. Ann Wilmer's Notes: 1    Leanna Frances Nuckles -  She was called Leah but somehow they g ot it switched around. I have Leanna and William's marriage license. Ann ie Byrd was called Byrd by her husband. 2    This was a nickname for Hortense.

[NI7580] 1910 Amherst Co, Pedlar, VA-pg 123         Thomas J Knuckols, 59, widower, VA V A VA        Mattie R, dau, 25, single, VA VA VA

[NI7581] 1880 Census Rocky Mount, Franklin Co, Virginia       Source: FHL Film 1255 366 National Archives Film T9-1366 Page 166A         Samuel NUCKLES Self M M W 24 VA Occ:Laborer Fa: VAMo: VA       Ida B. NUCKLES Wife F M W 17 VA Occ:Sews & KnitsFa: VA Mo: VA        Michael KELLY Other M S W 27 VA Occ: LaborerFa: VA Mo: VA        William G. WOODY Other M S W 26 VA Fa: VA Mo: VA        George BUSK Other M S W 21 VA Fa: VA Mo: VA        John MCLAUGHLIN Other M S W 20 VA Fa: VA Mo: VA        Walter O. BIBB Other M S W 23 VA Fa: VA Mo: V A       Robert SHEFFIELD Other M S W 26 VA Fa: VA Mo: VA Poss son: World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 (9-12-1918) William Robert Nuckles, Logan Co, Onear, WV Age 39 born May 16 1879 Miner, Onear, Coal Co Kin- J J or J F Nuckles, Rockbridge Co, Greenlea, VA Tall, med build, brn eys, brn hair  (Parentage not known) U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942  Name: William Robert Nuckles Birth Date: 16 May 1881 age 60 Residence: Bedford Co, Virginia, Coleman Falls Birth: Amherst, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 SN:U183 Notify; Mrs Ida Mayo Nuckols, same add Emp-Mr Tom Taylor, Coleman Falls Signed His mark (x) William Robert Nuckles (Parentage not known)

[NI7582] In deed book OO,pg 405,on 10/30/1882,A. A. bought 2 tracts of land fr om L F and L A Parr for $675;103 acres on the Pedlar River, and 70 acr es on the branches of Horsely's creek and on Bankston Mountain. A deed is recorded in Amherst County,Book QQ,pg 36, between A A Nuckles a nd his wife Annie S Nuckols(who was Annie S Grant before their marriage)wh erein he had  previously agreed to convey certain properties to her in ca se of their marriage,so,on 6/13/1885,he conveyed a tract of land on Bankst on mountain to her where he resided and which joined the lands of W H Barn es and others and had 120 and 1/4 acres,being the residue of land left aft er conveying this day 53 acres to A. Laura Grant,deed book QQ,pg 32.Also a ll his household,kitchen furniture,horses,cows,hogs and all other sto ck or property of which he may be possessed.  A and Annie sold this 120 ac res in Pedlar district on the east and west side of Banks muntain adjoini ng the lands of James M Grant,(who married Sarah Nuckles) on 11/22/1899,de ed book 51,pg 375. Deed book TT,page 264 lists a crop lein and sale of two colts ma de by A A Nuckles to a Burks wherein Burks mortgages his growing crop of t obacco growing on the land of Chas.H.Knuckles,dec'd, for the $100 loan.Th is lien is dated 9/29/1890. Other Deeds in Amherst concerning A A Knuckles:deed bookUU,pg 219,and de ed book QQpg 403. In Deed book TT,pg 391,on 5/8/1891,A A assigned his entire tobacco cr op to pay off his debts to Anna S. Nuckles-$50,Dr H. Williams-$16,A F Burk s-$53,Samuel Patterson- $28, Wm M Franklin-$32,Dr Jas M Taliaferro-$19. From Wayne 12/2004 Wrench59pan@aol.com Wayne Heglar 40999 Braddock Rd Aldie, VA 20105 I found some pictures of cornelia with her husband and 3 of her childr en as well i have a pic of a Dewey Nuckles,a Red and Florina Nuckles a nd a pic of 4 young teens with one named Florrine Nuckles. I also have so me funeral announcements of a radford a.nuckles and a mrs radford nuckl es ( who they say is florine clark in the notice) and they both died at ly nchburg general hospital.It states that radford was the son of archie ande rson nuckles and annie grant,he was born in amherst,he worked at a shoe co rp., and was member of fort hill united methodist church.it states he leav es a daughter mrs. john poindexter,a brother dewey nuckles and will be bur ied in spring hill cemetery. Florine Clark Nuckles is stated to be the dau ghter of henry and florence clark,has a sister that married a pierce,s he is buried in spring hill cemetery and makes mention of her dying on j an 27,1966.  I dont know who these folks are but for some reason my grandm other,who was the daughter of james cofer and cornelia nuckles saved the se notices and pictures.  Wayne Heglar 703-327-2647

[NI7583] Her father was Robert Grant(killed in the 1860's while fighting for the so uth)Her mother was Hester Rogers. Hester's family moved to Virginia from O hio, her father was a cabinet maker Did not appear in the 1860 census, leaving us to believe she was not bo rn until after 1860. She gave her dob in 1900 as 1865. IN the 1870 cens us is Annie Grant b1865 is living with grandparents age 5. Leads us to bel ieve she was not truthfull on her marriage record since both parents we re not living. 1860 Amherst Co, Pedlar, VA Ro H Grant, 25, VA Elizabeth 24 VA James M, 1, VA 1870 Amherst Co, Pedlar, VA William Rodgers, 70, VA Elizabeth, 65, VA James M Grant, 11, VA Victoria Grant 9 VA Anna Grant, 5, VA

[NI7584] Not found in 1870 household in Amherst Co, VA either 1870 or 1880

[NI7585] Complete  military civil war documents on file in the Nuckolls Society Name:    Robert H Grant , Enlistment Date:    25 July 1861 Distinguished Service:    DISTINGUISHED SERVICE Side Served:    Confederacy State Served:    Virginia Unit Numbers:    810 810 Service Record:    Enlisted as a Private on 25 July 1861 Enlisted in Company F, 50th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 25 July 1861. Died Company F, 50th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 16 August 1861 in Lewis burg, VA

[BI7586] Name: «tab»Anna J. Nuckles Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»14 Aug 1860 Birthplace: «tab»Amherst, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Sam Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Hannah Nuckles Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-9 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046910 Reference Number: «tab»79 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56G-VBM : accessed 6 April 2012), Anna J. Nuckles (1860).

[NI7587] Was Monacan Indian

[HI7589] (Research):In 1880 they show as an American Indian family. 1900 Census Amherst Co listed as Negro which was common for the Indians. Have several Ohio death certs for their children naming Rosa Knuckles as mother and a death cert for mother ROsa named as a daughter of O H Knuckles

[DI7589] Name: Rosa Beverly Death date: 12 Jun 1929 Death place: Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio Miami Valley Hosp Birth date: 10 May 1855 Birth place: Covington, Va. Age at death: 74 years 1 month 2 days Gender: Female Marital status: Widowed Race or color: Caucasian Street address: 1201 Yankee St. Occupation: Retired Residence: Middleton, Ohio Burial date: 15 Jun 1929 Burial place: Middleton, Ohio Cemetery name: Woodside Spouse name: Father name: O. H. Knuckles Mother name: not known Inf- Boyd Beverly GSU film number: 1991875 Digital GS number: 4022271 Image number: 2157 Reference number: fn 42893 Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[BI7590] ame: «tab»Alice P. Nuckles Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»10 Mar 1858 Birthplace: «tab»Amherst, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Obadiah Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Susan A. Nuckles Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-8 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046910 Reference Number: «tab»46 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56G-D5P : accessed 6 April 2012), Alice P. Nuckles (1858).

[NI7592] Father: Frederick J. Beverly b. About. 1805 Mother: Sarah A. Taylor b. About. 1810

[BI7596] Name: «tab»Mary S. Nuckles Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»04 Dec 1879 Birthplace: «tab»Amherst, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»O. Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Susan A. Nuckles Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01763-2 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046910 Reference Number: «tab»259 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56P-RYC : accessed 6 April 2012), Mary S. Nuckles (1879).

[DI7598] Richmond Times 2/26/1902 Mrs George W Nuckols Buena Vista, VA Feb 26- Mrs Geo W Nuckols, of Balcony Falls, died from pneumonia this morning at seven o'clock at the home of her son, W T Nuckols, of this city. With her death the third member of the family passed away within the past year. Her oldest daughter, Mrs C S Tardy of this place was buried last April, and the youngest daughter, Mrs J B Downey, of Balcony Falls died the last of January.

[BI7599] Name: «tab»Signora L. Nuckles Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»28 Jul 1866 Birthplace: «tab»Amherst, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»George W. Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Ann Nuckles Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-9 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046910 Reference Number: «tab»121 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56G-F57 : accessed 6 April 2012), Signora L. Nuckles (1866).

[DI7602] Richmond Times 2/26/1902 Mrs George W Nuckols Buena Vista, VA Feb 26- Mrs Geo W Nuckols, of Balcony Falls, died from pneumonia this morning at seven o'clock at the home of her son, W T Nuckols, of this city. With her death the third member of the family passed away within the past year. Her oldest daughter, Mrs C S Tardy of this place was buried last April, and the youngest daughter, Mrs J B Downey, of Balcony Falls died the last of January.

[NI7604] Sept 12 1918 Lee Valley Nuckols res Rockbridge Co, Buena Vista, VA Age 40 born  Aug 6 1878 Laborer Columbian Paper Co Kin, Rose Virginia Nuckols Med height, slender Grey Eyes, light hair Signed Lee Volley Nuckols May have died prior to 1930, as not found in 1930 census. Found 2 daughte rs Sadie and Viola as servants

[NI7607] Never found in the census with Downey to confirm

[DI7607] Richmond Times 2/26/1902 Mrs George W Nuckols Buena Vista, VA Feb 26- Mrs Geo W Nuckols, of Balcony Falls, died from pneumonia this morning at seven o'clock at the home of her son, W T Nuckols, of this city. With her death the third member of the family passed away within the past year. Her oldest daughter, Mrs C S Tardy of this place was buried last April, and the youngest daughter, Mrs J B Downey, of Balcony Falls died the last of January.

[NI7609] Name:    Henly Hildred Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Rockbrid ge State:    Virginia  Birth Date:    11 Jan 1878  Race:    White  Roll:    1 985176 Sept 12 1918 Henly Hildred Nuckols res Rockbridge Co, Buena Vista, VA Age 40 born Jan 11 1878  B V Extract Co Foreman Kin, Maggie Nuckols, wife, same address Tall, med build, grey eyes, light hair Signed Henly Hildred Nuckols 1930 Rockbridge Co, Buena Vista, Buena Vista City, VA 4/13/1930        Henley H Nuckols, head, 51 VA VA VA md 18 (indexed second ti me as       Nuckles)        Maggie J, wife, 49 md 16        Vernon J, son, 9 VA       Clarence Creasy, nephew, 13 VA U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Henly Hildred Nuckols Birth Date: 11 Jan 1878 age 64 Residence: Rockbridge, Virginia Buena Vista, VA Birth: Rockbridge, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mrs Essie Moore, Buena Vista Emp-Leas McVitty Co, Extract Plant

[DI7611] Not named surviving in brother Wm R obit dated 11/26/1957

[DI7612] Not mentioned as surviving in 1957 obit for brother Wm R

[NI7613] U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Charles Edward Nuckels Birth Date: 12 Oct 1882 age 60 Residence: Bland, Virginia Birth: Amherst, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 SN: U15 Kin or Contact- J K Sarver Employer - J H Sarver- Although signed in 1942, this person does not appear in 1900-1930 census r ecords.

[BI7614] Not in 1880 census, so using his WWII information

[DI7614] Progress-Index, Petersburg, VA Tues 11/26/1957 Wm R Nuckles Dies At Home William Robert Nuckles, 76, of 2213 Johnson St died yesterday in his home after a long illness. He was a farmer and a native of Amherst County. He had lived in Hopewell for 12 years, coming here from Bedford. He is survived by his wife Mrs Ida Lee Nuckles; two daughters, Mrs Alice Hicks of Hopewell and Mrs Mason Lewis of Baltimore; son Henry L Nuckles of Hopewell; two brothers, J D Nuckles of Hopewell and Charlie Nuckles of Bland; 16 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. The body is at the Gould Funeral Home where services wil be held in the chpael Wednesday at 2 the Rev Ken Berg pastor of Powers Memorial Baptist Church will officiate. Burial will be in Appomatox Cemetery

[NI7616] Wm. Childress married to Bettie Nuckols is my 4th great grandfather. My li ne comes thru Spottswood, Meriwether Hiter, Joseph Henry and Henry Mas on .  Henry Mason's daughter Ivy Childress is still living at 88 and sha rp as a tack.  ( She is my mother)  She has never left Richmond and has gr eat information and family notes and pictures Penelope  Engard Tjtracker1743@aol.com

[NI7617] Death cert of son Montie names mother as Melissa Fox

[NI7619] Jaime Elizabeth Nuckols Smith.   My great grand father was Joseph Marshall "Mack" Nuckols. SmithJaime@msn.com My grandfather was Robert Nuckols and my grandmother is Annebell Willcutt Nuckols.  My father is James Howard Nuckols and my mother is Esta Mae Nuckols.

[NI7621] There is a death record for this Pouncy  11/6/1904 in Johnson Co, Grandvie w, TX without a source

[NI7625] and all of my family are  buried in Salem Cemetery in Plain Dealing, Louis iana where these Nuckolls are buried.  I am wondering if I can uncover some connection with them.... Mary Caperton jrcaperton@panacom.com My husband's Nuckolls family is from Alabama and migrated to Texas.  H is  great-grandmother was Annie Helena Nuckolls, daughter of Virgil Poet N uckolls, son of Pouncey Jr.

[NI7627] Charles B. Nuckols found in: Family Archive #922 Census Microfilm Records: Alabama, 1900 Lived in: 28 Beat McDuffs, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Series: T623 Microfilm: 42 Book: 2 Page: 2 Very hard to read, smudged and smeared. Charles B Nuckols   b ?1865, 35, M14y, AL KY KY Allie wife b 1864? Age 35, 4/4, AL AL AL Naomi?, dau, b ? Age 13 Cleveland, son, age 11 V GRADY, son, b 5/1892 Clara, dau, b 1894, age 5 Alabama Deaths, 1908-59 about Charles B Knuckles Name: Charles B Knuckles Death Date: 1 May 1944 Death County: Jefferson Volume: 19  Certificate: 9328  Roll: 4

[DI7627] Name: «tab»Charlie Bancroft Knuckles Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»01 May 1944 Death Place: «tab»Quinton, Jefferson, Alabama Gender: «tab»Male Race (Original): «tab» Race (Standardized): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»79y 7m 10d Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1865 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab»Rosie Odom Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Virgil Pouncy Knuckles Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Carrie 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»1908784 Reference Number: «tab»certificate #9328

[NI7629] Dallas Morning News 1/1/1940 Southwest Deaths NUCKOLS- Hillsboro- Dec 31- Robert Nuckols, 73, a resident of Hill Coun ty for twenty-seven years who died at his home in Bynum Friday will be he ld Sunday afternoon in Bynum. A native of Alabama, he is survived by two b rothers, a sister, and the following children:  P N Nuckols of Sweetwate r, J V Nuckols of Abilene, John Nuckols of Hobbs NM, Mrs V V Tipton, M rs T P Fenelon and Mina Allen of Fort Worth, Mrs Bertha Lee Sims of Montgo mery Alabama, Mrs Mildred Scott of Rosenburg and Miss Vera of Bynum

[DI7629] Dallas Morning News 1/1/1940 Southwest Deaths NUCKOLS- Hillsboro- Dec 31- Robert Nuckols, 73, a resident of Hill Coun ty for twenty-seven years who died at his home in Bynum Friday will be held Sunday afternoon in Bynum. A native of Alabama, he is survived by two brothers, a sister, and the following children:  P N Nuckols of Sweetwate r, J V Nuckols of Abilene, John Nuckols of Hobbs NM, Mrs V V Tipton, M rs T P Fenelon and Mina Allen of Fort Worth, Mrs Bertha Lee Sims of Montgomery Alabama, Mrs Mildred Scott of Rosenburg and Miss Vera of Bynum Name: «tab»Robert Nuckols Death Date: «tab»29 Dec 1939 Death Place: «tab»Bynum, Hill, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»72 years 11 months 26 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»03 Jan 1867 Birthplace: «tab»Alabama Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»V. O. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Carrie Griffin Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Kentucky Occupation: «tab»Night Watchman Place of Residence: «tab»Bynum, Texas Cemetery: «tab»Brandon Burial Place: «tab»Brandon, Texas Burial Date: «tab»31 Dec 1939 COD - pnuemonia Inf-P H Nuckols, Sweetwater, TX Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2118412 Digital Film Number: «tab»4030449 Image Number: «tab»2268 Reference Number: «tab»cn55926 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J6M1-3VL : accessed 4 May 2012), Robert Nuckols, 1939.

[NI7636] Tombstone inscriptions say he is buried in the Lexington Cemetery in Lexin gton, VA Lot 555 Reside on their farm known as "Bigfoot Wallace Farm" near LExingtonon Name:    Ernest Spottswood Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Rockbri dge State:    Virginia  Birth Date:    7 Mar 1875  Race:    White  Roll:    19 85176 Sept 12 1918 Ernest Spottswood Nuckols res RFD4 Rockbridge Co, Lexington, VA Age 43 born Mar 7 1875, farmer Kin Mrs Sallie Nuckols same address Med height, med build, Blue eyes, dark hair Signed Ernest Spottswood Nuckols

[NI7637] Living as of March 1959

[DI7647] Nuchols Albert Roy. infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest's. Nuckols of near Smith River died Monday night, aged nineteen months. Tin fnn-rn! services took place today from the home conducted bv Rev, Dr. M-uih. The remains wen buried in Lexington. Lexington gazette. (Lexington, Va.) 1871-1962, August 31, 1904,

[DI7648] Social Security Death Index about Ernest Nuckols Name: «tab»Ernest Nuckols «tab» SSN: «tab»229-14-5887 Born: «tab»14 Oct 1905 Died: «tab»Jun 1965 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[NI7649] Clarke Co. GA - Obits from the Athens Daily News/Banner-Herald 6 Jul 1999 Alice Virginia Tardy, 91, of 960 Hawthorne Ave., died Sunday, Ju ly 4    A native of Lexington, Va., Mrs. Tardy was the daughter of the la te  Ernest Spottswood and Sally Gillick Nuckols, and the widow of Harry Ja mes Tardy. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Athens.  Memorial s ervices will be held 11 a.m. Thursday at the chapel of   Harrison Funer al Home in Lexington, Va. Burial will be in Stonewall         Jackson Ceme tery. Survivors include a son, James Tardy of Athens; brother, Richa rd S.  Nuckols of Lexington, Va.; three grandchildren and six  great-grand children.  Flowers will be accepted as well as memorials to the First Bapt ist Church of Athens, 355 Pulaski St.  Lord and Stephens Funeral Home We st is in charge of local  arrangements. Roanoke Times, The (VA) - July 6, 1999 Deceased Name: OBIT - TARDY, ALICE VIRGINIA NUCKOLS TARDY, Alice Virginia Nuckols, 91, of Athens, Ga., formerly of Lexingto n, died Sunday, July 4, 1999. Born in Rockbridge County November 9, 190 7, she was the daughter of the late Ernest Spottswood and Sally Gillock Nu ckols. Mrs. Tardy was a member of Manly Memorial Baptist Church of Lexingt on, and was an associate member of First Baptist Church of Athens. She w as a retired school teacher with Rockbridge County Schools. Mrs. Tardy h ad been living in Athens, Ga. since 1995 and was the widow of Mr. Harry Ja mes Tardy. Survivors include her son, James Tardy, Athens, Ga.; brother, R ichard S. Nuckols, Lexington; three grandchildren, Chip Tardy, Bob Tard y, and Robin Ginn; and six great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be c onducted Thursday, July 8, 1999 at 11 a.m. from the Harrison Funeral Chap el with Dr. Thomas Harvey officiating. Burial will follow in Stonewall Jac kson Cemetery. Flowers will be accepted as well as memorials to the Fir st Baptist Church of Athens, 355 Pulaski St., Athens, Ga. 30601. The fami ly will receive friends from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Harrison Funeral Hom e, Lexington.

[NI7650] Her daughter Betty Louise Angor married Gene Borne of Henrico Co, whose mo ther was a Nuckols

[DI7650] Social Security Death Index about Opal N. Agnor Name: «tab»Opal N. Agnor SSN: «tab»228-32-8106 Last Residence: «tab»24450  Lexington, Lexington City, Virginia,  Born: «tab»21 Sep 1912 Died: «tab»Apr 1991 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[DI7651] Richard Spottswood Nuckols Sr., the son of the late Ernest Spottswood Nuckols and Sally Ester Gillock Nuckols, was born November 13, 1918 in Rockbridge County, Virginia at Maple Grove, the house in which he lived for the next seventy-five years. He dedicated himself to the family tradition of fair farming until 1988. During that time, he co-established Maple-Rock Distributors, was an active member in the Lexington Jaycees and Lions Club, was one of the founding members of the Tri-Brook Country Club, and was a life-long member of Manly Memorial Baptist Church. He loved to dance. He was an avid sports fan of his alma mater, Virginia Tech. Not only did he love ballroom dancing and took years of lessons with Arthur Murray Studios, but he was also an active member of Rockbridge Squares, with whom he traveled the county square dancing. In his younger years, he was quite an accomplished equestrian, showing three and five gated horses and riding with former trainer, Jimmy Hamilton. He spent many happy hours at his cabin on the Maury River. On June 13 of this year, he was preceded in death by his devoted wife of seventy-one years, Frances Virginia Murray Nuckols. Richard passed away October 30, 2009, surrounded by his beloved children, Richard Spottswood Nuckols Jr. and wife, Emily, Vicki Nuckols Kruse and W. Lawrence Nuckols. He leaves behind his loving grandchildren, Jennifer N. Brown and Husband, Eddie, J. Stuart Kruse and wife, Shermin, Keffrey S. Nuckols and wife, Gammon and Justin L. Nuckols; also his great-grandchildren, Tori Nuckols and Matthew R. Brown; and many cherished family and friends. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, November 2, 2009 at the Harrison Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, November 3, 2009 at Harrison Funeral Home, with the Reverend Michael Fauber officiating. Burial will follow at Stonewall Jackson Cemetery.

[NI7652] Father: Samuel H Moore b. 28 Mar 1845 in Buena Vista Va Mother: Sophia F Yount b. 18 Jul 1842 in Buena Vista Va

[DI7654] Frances Virginia Murray Nuckols, the daughter of the late Walter Eugene Murray and Nell Arthur Murray, was born on February 11, 1920, in Clayton, N.C. She spent the next 88 years in Lexington, Va. Frances was a devoted homemaker, lifelong member of Trinity United Methodist Church, worked for years at the Rockbridge Regional Library and she and her husband were the founding members of the Tri-Brook Country Club. She enjoyed painting classes with Ms. Bob Lackey, playing bridge and afternoons by the Maury River with her family and friends. While spending most of her adult life at Maple Grove Dairy she spent countless hours making beautiful arrangements of flowers lovingly planted by her husband in her very own cutting garden. Frances passed away June 13, 2009, surrounded by her beloved children, Richard Spottswood Nuckols Jr. and wife, Emily, Vicki Nuckols Kruse and W. Lawrence Nuckols. She leaves behind her devoted husband of 71 years, Richard Spottswood Nuckols Sr.; and her grandchildren, Jennifer N. Brown and husband, Eddie, J. Stuart Kruse and wife, Shermin, Jeffrey S. Nuckols and wife, Gammon and Justin L. Nuckols. Also her great-grandchildren, Tori Nuckols, Matthew R. Brown; and many beloved family and friends. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 16, 2009, at Trinity United Methodist Church with the Rev. Tony Nix officiating. Burial will follow at Stonewall Jackson Cemetery.

[NI7663] Parents:   Thomas Wiley Frazier (1828 - 1882)   Eliza Jane Mead Frazier (1837 - 1921)

[NI7664] 1930 living at home, married age 18. No husband, her children are with her 1956 of Amarillo, TX

[DI7666] Name: Joseph M. Nuckolls SSN: 444-09-4949 Last Residence: 74003  Bartlesville, Washington, Oklahoma, United Stat es of America Born: 22 Nov 1911 Died: 2 Jan 1997 State (Year) SSN issued: Oklahoma (Before 1951 ) Tulsa World (OK) - January 3, 1997 Deceased Name: -- Joseph M. Nuckolls -- Joseph M. Nuckolls, 87, died Thursday. Services pending.

[XI7666] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Joseph Nuckolls Name: «tab»Joseph Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»22 Nov 1911 Death Date: «tab»2 Jan 1997 SSN: «tab»444094949 Branch 1: «tab»A Enlistment Date 1: «tab»28 Jun 1943 Release Date 1: «tab»9 Feb 1946

[NI7667] WWI Draft Reg Cards 1917-1918 9/12/1918 Washington Co, Batrlesville, OK Tom Ellsworth Nuckolls age 32 born 4/15/1886 Connection? ??? for Guides Gasoline Co, kin Mrs Mamie J NuckollsMed Build, med height 1920 Washington Co, Bartlesville, OK ED271 Tom Nuckolls, 34, MO IL MO Truck Driver, Ren tMannie or Mamie, wife, 25, OH NY OH Lucille, dau, 5, AL

[XI7667] 67-3-20

[DI7669] (Published in Borger News Herald, March 23, 1956) Jonas Alfred Nuckolls, 67, died early this morning at North Plains Hospital following a lingering illness.A retired driller for a local oil company, he had been a resident of Borger since 1946, and at the time of his death resided at 1220 Roberts.He is survived by his wife, Julia; two daughters, Mrs. Frank Sheets, Borger; Mrs. Gerald Eddy, Dumas; three sisters, Mrs. Jess Thompson, Amarillo; **Mrs. Florence Stidham, Borger; Mrs. Ed Reeves, Holyoke, Colorado; three brothers, Ted Nuckolls, Borger; Joe and Dick of Barnsdall, Okla.; and three grandchildren.The body will lie in state from 2 until 4 p.m. Saturday at the Assembly of God Church, Fifth and Whittenburg, after which it will be taken to Barnsdall, Okla. where services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Holiness Church. Interment will be in Barnsdall. **Not able to prove this sister. Info obtained for a Florence Stidham in Oklahoma is SSDI 9/9/1904-12/28/1997 Ok City, buried Mem Park, Ok City. Sister Pearl born 1905, not in 1930 census, but no Florence Stiham this age in 1930 census. Need further research. Name: «tab»Jonas Alfred Nuckolls Death Date: «tab»23 Mar 1956 Death Place: «tab»Borger, Hutchinson, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»67 years 6 months 15 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1889 Birth Date: «tab»9/8/1888 Birthplace: «tab»MO Marital Status: «tab»md Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»J.M. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab»MO Mother's Name: «tab»Ann Jeanette Frazier Mother's Birthplace: «tab»MO Occupation: «tab»oil well driller Place of Residence: «tab»1220 Roberts, Borger Cemetery: «tab»Ethel Reece Cemetery Burial Place: «tab»Barnsdahl, OK Burial Date: «tab»3/24/1956 Additional Relatives: «tab»Inf- Mrs Julia Nuckolls Film Number: «tab»2114667 Digital Film Number: «tab»4165416 Image Number: «tab»458 Reference Number: «tab»14445 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J6K5-1JH : accessed 6 May 2012), Jonas Alfred Nuckolls, 1956.

[NI7671] Arthur C age 18 appears in the 1920 Census. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Name: Arthur Calvin Nuckles City: Not Stated  County: Osage  State: Oklahoma Birthplace: Rich Hill Missouri  Birth Date: 17 Jan 1891 Race: Caucasian (White) Res: Big Heart OK Teamster Employed by William Swift Single no dependants, Med Heigth, Med build, Blue eyes, brn hair Signed 1/5/1917 Arthur Calvin Nuckles

[XI7671] U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 flat granite marker Christian emblem Name: «tab»Arthur C Nuckolls Birth Date: «tab»17 Jan 1891 Death Date: «tab»12 Apr 1952 aged 26y8m --- da Cemetery: «tab»Javine Cemetery Cemetery Location: «tab»Barnsdall, Oklahoma Enlisted 9/22/1914 Discharged 3/1/1919 Serv No 82186 Pension 18567588 Corp, Co F, 101 Army Train Assg, Ammunition 26th Div, Oklahoma Applicant and ship to Joseph M nuckolls, Barnsdale, Ok

[NI7676] 1910 census names this son as "Dick" age 14 CPL CO F 11 Ammo Train World War I

[NI7677] WWII USAF Incident and Accident Personnel List- 1944

[XI7677] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about James Nuckolls Name: «tab»James Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»25 Nov 1907 Death Date: «tab»29 Mar 1977 SSN: «tab»444037001 Branch 1: «tab»ARMY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»14 Dec 1942 Release Date 1: «tab»7 Aug 1943

[NI7693] History of Sangamon Co, IL CHARLES D., born March 2, 1805,in Grayson county, Va., was married March 10, 1832, in Sangamon county, to Mary Wilson, who was born Jan. 3,1812, in Buncombe county, N. C. They had eight children in Sangamon county. MARGARET J., born March 19, 1833,married Richard Ricks, and both died,leaving one child, MANFORD j. THOMAS J., born Dec. 6,1834, was married Jan. 19, 1871, to Martha A. Brunk. They have three children, LILLY JANE, LUCY M. and GEORGE T; the latter died Feb. 10, 1876. T. J. Nuckolls lives in Auburn township, near where his grandfather settled in 1820. JAMES M., born Dec. 28, 1836, married iNancy Drennan, and died August 24, 1866, leaving one child, LAURA MAY, who lives with her mother. Mrs. Nancy Nuckolls married James M. Bennington. See his name.. JOHN W.,born March 30, 1838, married Louisa Pyle.They have three children, MARY M.,CHARLES F. and MILLY ANN, and live four miles west of Pawnee, 111. GEORGE W.,born April 23, 1843, lives with his mother.MARY E., born Sept. 28, 1845, married William R. Lockridge. See his name. CHARLES Wm., born May 27, 1848, married Margaret J. Moore. They have one child, MINNIE, and live six miles east of Auburn, Illinois. Charles D. Nuckolls was a farmer and builder in early life. In the early settlement of Springfield he was engaged in the leather business. He purchased a lot at the southeast corner of Sixth and Washington streets for twelve dollars, and several years later sold it to Sangamon county for twelve hundred dollars. A court house was built on it, which was occupied as such from -1845 to 1876. Late in life Mr. C. D. NuckolLs studied medicine, and graduated in 1856, at McDowell College, St. Louis, Mo. He practiced several years, and died Nov. 19, 1865. His widow lives four miles east of Auburn Appears in the  First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred Book II on page 163 nu mer 312 and identified as Charles Dickenson Nuckolls. Evidence has been found to support that his middle name was actually Dabney. Many of his descendants have been added since the book was published. Charles D. Nuckolls was a farmer and builder in early life. In the early settlement of Springfield he was engaged in the leather business. He purchased a lot at the southeast corner of Sixth and Washington streets for twelve dollars, and several years later sold it to Sangamon county for twel ve hundred dollars. A court house was built on it, which was occupied as s uch from 1845 to 1876. Late in life Mr. C. D. Nuckolls studied medicine, and graduated in 1856, at McDowell College, St. Louis, Mo. He practiced several years, and died Nov. 19, 1865. One reference gives his middle name as Dickenson.

[DI7693] Seems his death date of Nov 1865 could be mistaken, as he does not appear in the 1865 State Territorial Census, but his children are living alone

[NI7699] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 9/12/1918 age 20 born 2/9/1898 Electric Battery Man for Dicie L Linville. kin Willie Nuckolls tall, slender,

[XI7706] From Donnie Murphy 3/2013 Names George, Lucinda nd Mary on oblisk Looking at the obelisk, I first thing I noticed today was the Lucinda's side say Lucinda Nuckols - First Wife.   There are no dates. Looking at the other side, I see Mary A. Nuckols - Second Wife.  There are no dates.  Of course, she has a tombstone separate from the family marker.  I include another photo of the plot itself.  There is a place for another tombstone behind Mary.  I am thinking Lucinda must have had her own tombstone at one time and that tombstone was destroyed. 

[NI7708] The History of Woodford Co, pg 97 The Carlyles were representative of good old Virginia stock. They ca me to Kentucky early and located in Woodford County, settling upon a fa rm near Midway on the Versailles and Midway Road. Jesse Martin lived the re for many years, and it is now the property of Henry L Martin adjoini ng his present site, but nearer Midway. George Carlyle and his wife Margaret Crockett, and his children, numberi ng in all twelve persons in 1810 lived here and reared their family. He h ad fourteen slaves that he used in the cultivation of his large estat e. In the census of 1810 his name is erroneously spelled Carlisle. He w as an only son of John Carlyle and Sarah Farifax, f Alexandria , Virgini a, and his wife Margaret Crockett was a daughter of Alexander Crockett a nd Margaret Campbell. George Carlyle and his wife Margaret Crockett had, in part, the followi ng children; Crockett Carlyle, born in Woodford County in  1798, married L ucinda Graddy; Martha Carlyle married William Lee Graddy; Margaret Carly le married Dr Jo Coleman Carter of Versailles, and Mary Carlyle married Sa muel Nuckols. William Lee Graddy and Martha Carlyle had the following children; W Hen ry Graddy, George Jesse , Sallie, and Margaret Graddy, and their descendan ts appear under Jesse Graddy and Viola Dale. Samuel Nuckols and Mary Carlyle had the follwoing children; George, Clairb orn, Catherine, Robert, John and Louisa. Clairborn married Jane Dedman; Jo hn married Ann Jackson, and Louisa married Dr thomas Iles of Midway. Clairborn Nuckols and Jane Dedman had the following children; George, Sa m, Lewis, Henry, james, Charles and Margaret. George was with Morgan in the Civil War and died at Camp Butler; and Samu el 74 years of age, is the only one living in Woodford County at presen t, and he is living on the farm owned by his grandfather, Samuel Nuckol s, two miles from Versailles on the Tyrone Pike.

[NI7712] Father: John Payne b. 18 Apr 1764 in Fairfax County, Virginia Mother: Elizabeth Johnson b. 10 Apr 1772 in probably Orange County, Virgin ia Susan Spencer (Wife) #2 b. 12 Jan 1817 in Gallatin County, Kentucky 1 2 Marriage: 5 OCT 1836 Children: Emeline Payne b. 1 Apr 1841 in Warsaw, Gallatin County, Kentucky Sallie M. Payne b. 8 Jan 1839 Mary E. Payne b. Wft Est. 1829-1850 Newton Payne b. About. 4 Jan 1850 James Payne b. Wft Est. 1829-1850 Source: ©1999 Donn B. Parker 1 Paynes, Caves, and Johnsons Part 1 DRAFT The Payne, Cave, and Johnson Families Part 1 By Donn B. Parker December 23, 2007

[NI7715] Descendants of George from Mary Blackburn Stakias stak@intermediatn.net

[HI7715] (Research):It is possible this is the George L Nuckolls (see him unconnected in this database) who purchased over 600 acres in Franklin Co, MO in 1849 with Fernanado A Evans.  He is mentioned in Franklin Co, MO History. Not sure because of the spelling using 2 LL's was in ALL 16 land deeds, and the folks from Woodford Co, KY were always one L. Seems to be no other candidate of this age, birth location to qualify for land ownership

[NI7716] Name consistantly spelled with one L in all census 1860 Woodford Co, KY Slave Schedules 50 Male Black C W Nuckoles Midway, Woodford, Kentucky 48 Female Black C W Nuckoles Midway, Woodford, Kentucky 48 Male Black C W Nuckoles Midway, Woodford, Kentucky 44 Female Black C W Nuckoles Midway, Woodford, Kentucky 38 Female Mulatto C W Nuckoles Midway, Woodford, Kentucky 26 Male Mulatto C W Nuckoles Midway, Woodford, Kentucky 22 Male Black C W Nuckoles Midway, Woodford, Kentucky 22 Male Black C W Nuckoles Midway, Woodford, Kentucky 15 Male Black C W nuckolds Midway, Woodford, Kentucky 15 Male Black C W nuckolds Midway, Woodford, Kentucky 14 Female Black C W nuckolds Midway, Woodford, Kentucky 11 Female Black C W nuckolds Midway, Woodford, Kentucky 10 Female Mulatto C W nuckolds Midway, Woodford, Kentucky 9 Male Black C W nuckolds Midway, Woodford, Kentucky 8 Male Black C W nuckolds Midway, Woodford, Kentucky 5 Male Black C W nuckolds Midway, Woodford, Kentucky Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 Name: «tab»Malinda Nuckles Birth Date: «tab»24 Jun 1852 Birth County: «tab»Woodford Ethnicity: «tab»Black Gender: «tab»Female Father's Name: «tab»C W Nuckles Mother- left blank

[DI7716] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»C W Nuckols Death Date: «tab»4 Feb 1878 Death Location: «tab»Woodford Residence Location: «tab»Woodford Age: «tab»60 Married, Farmer Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»abt 1818 Father's Name: «tab»Sam Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»Polly Nuckols COD- Sofenting of the brain

[NI7717] Dedman Case Was Compromised Will Not Go to Jury, and as a Result Business Will (News Article) Date: 1904-01-22; Paper: The Morning Herald The Trial of the Dedman will case was brought to an abrupt conclusi on by a settlement effected at a meeting of the attorneys on both sides ye sterday afternoon. The terms of the settlement were not given out last night as they had not been definitely agreed upon in every particular. Col C J Bronston, attorney for the plaintiff announced however, that there would be no further trial by jury. This was the last civil case to be e ntered into this month. It was begun Tuesday and involved as estate of about $15,000 which was devised by Dudley Dedman to the children of his sister, Jane Nuckols, to the exclusion of his son, the plaintiff, Curtis Dedman, who was given one dollar.

[NI7719] This family line from Nuckolls  Society Member G Barrett Rich 4522 Woodme re Rd Tampa, FL 33609 Gaiusiv@aol.com

[HI7720] (Research):Family researcher Carol in Iowa «u»bawdengenes@yahoo.com «/u»

[NI7721] Kansas City Missouri; Its History and its People 1808-1908 by Carrie Westl ake Whitney, Chicago, S J Clarke Pub Co, 1908 2083 pages. History of Kans as City, pg 511 John M Nuckols, United States commissioner at Kansas City , is filling the possition at the age of eighty years. There is , perhaps, hardly in t he entire country another official of that age, but to see and know Mr Nuc kols one would feel that he is a much younger man becasue of his alert, enterprising spirit and his keen interest in the affairs of the day. He w as born in Woodford County Kentucky on the 12th of Sept 1828, his parent s being Samuel and Mary (Carlyle) Nuckols, both of whom were natives of the Blue Grass State, where they resided until called to their final rest, the death of the father occurring when he had reached the age of 77 whi le his wife died at the age of 82. He was a farmer by occupation and pri or to the war owned a large number of slaves, having more than forty up on his place, their labor being utilized in the developement and operati on of his plantation.  John M Nuckols was reared upon his fathers farm a nd acquired his preliminary education in private schools, while later he a ttended the  Versailles Seminary and the Bethany College in West Virginia. On the 27th of April 1852, he was united in marriage to Miss Anne S jac kson and to them were born three childre, but the younger son, John M who was born Nov 2, 1859 died May 16 1898. Robert H born in 1855 is a resid ent of Dayton, Ohio. He is married and has three children. The only daughter, Mr Howard McCreary, is now a widow and resides with her parents. Immed iately after his marriage Mr Nuckols took up farming as an occupation, securing a tract of land for this purpose bordering the corporation limits of Versailles. There, he continued in the tilling of the soil until 1863 when he removed to Springfield, IL. Again he engaged in farming, having a tract of land about four miles from the city, but later he took up his abode in the capital and was elected county treasurer of Sangamon county in 1875. For one term he filled that possition and was afterward variously ingaged in business until 1889 when he removed to Kansas City. In August 1891 he was appointed clerk of the United States District Court a nd in 1892 was appointed Unites States commissioner, continuing to fill both offices until January 1906, when he resigned the former but is still t he incumbent in the latter, which he has capably filled for sixteen year s, while over the record of his official career there falls no shadow of w rong or suspicious of evil. Mr Nuckols is now in his eightieth year a nd it is doubtful if there is another man of his age so active and capable in Kansas City or indeed in the entire state. He is one of the most remarkably preserved men, possessing the vigor, enterprise and ambition of many a man of half his years. His wife, who is five years his junior, is scarcely less well preserved and that have now traveled life's journey together for fifty-six years sharing with each other in its joys and sorrows, its adversity and prosperity, their mutual love and  confidence increasing as the years have gone by. Mr Nuckols is a democrat in politics and his religious faith is indicated by his membership in the  Christian Church. He is a well known southern gentleman of the old school, courteous, affable, kindly and hospitable and moreover with a high sense of official and personal honor. Many newspaper articles were found all over the US in many newspapers concerning his decisions as Commissioner. St Louis Globe-Democrat, St Lous, Missouri, March 31, 1885, pg 3 Issue 314 Col C Polititian VS Preacher A Disagreeable Encounter Between John M nuckolls and Rev Musgrove at Springfield, ILL Springfield IL, Mar 30- An unfortunate and disagreeable encounter has just transpired in this city between Mr John M Nuckolls, a young gentleman prominent in social and political circles, and the Rev Musgrove, of the First Methodist Episcopal Church. The facts are briefly stated to be these: Mr Nuckolls had announced himself as a Democratic candidate for City Clerk. One of his friends was met the other day by a member of the Y.M.C.A. who tendered him a card of invitation to the meetings. Not wishing to be outdone in courtesy, he handed, in exchange, a card bearing the legend, "For City Clerk, John W Nuckolls, Jr." The Y.M.C.A. representative took it and handed it to the clerical gentleman in question, who read it yesterday morning in church, with the addition, "Good for two drinks in any saloon in the city." Thus the story has it. On examination of the card by some of Mr Nuckolls' freinds, after the service, no such words were found thereon. Mr Nuckolls at once demanded an apology and retraction, which was made at the evening service in the following terms: "Mr Nuckolls denies that his election cards are good for two drinks in any saloon in the city." The parties met on the street today and a further apology was demanded of Mr Musgrove.Upon his refusal, Mr Nuckolls struck the preacher, but friends interfering no injury of bodily nature was inflicted. Mr Musgrove's friends say that in reading the ticket from the pulpit he merely said that the person handing it to him said he had received it with the remark that it was good for two drinks at any saloon in the city, and that being all there was in his remark, he felt he had nothing to retract, no individual reflection being intended upon young Nuckolls. Mr Musgrove Dangerously ILL After the altercation on the street this afternoon Mr Musgrove went to his home and was immediately taken down by an apparent recurrence of some old ailment which affected his brain, and when the physician arrived he was unconscious, and still remained so when he was heard from at 8 o'clock this evening. It is supposed that this pitiful result does not follow so  much from the blow struck by Nuckolls as from nervous excitement, and its operation upon Mr Musgrove's brain, which is liable to exciting influences on account of a sun-stroke some years ago. The affair creates great excitement. Young Nuckolls is a nephew of ex-Governor Crittenden of Missouri. Kansas City Star 8/24/1894 J M Nuckols's Illness J M Nuckols slerk of the US district court and United States Commissione r, has been kept at his home 1020 Lydia avenue on account of ill health, f or several weeks. During the past week his condition was slowly improvi ng until last night when he took a walk of two blocks. As a result he is unable to leave his home today. He has symptoms of apoplexy Kansas City Star Oct 12 1895 J M Nuckolls, Sr, ill Suddenly Stricken When Preparing to Leave His Office at Noon Today.Jo hn M Nuckolls Sr, clerk of the United States district court was taken ill very suddenly at noon today as he was preparing to leave his office in the government building. As he put on his overcoat, he was overco me with a feeling of faintness and it was several minutes before he was able to leave the room.  He rode home on a Tenth Street Cable Car and wh en he stepped off the car at Woodland Avenue he could only stumble to t he sidewalk, when he leaned against a fence unable to go further. A boy took him home to Woodland Avenue in a laundry wagon and Dr J C Rodgers, t he family physician was summoned. Mr Nuckolls was similarily very ill last summer and for several months was unable to leave his home Kansas City Star 11/4/1895 Federal Clerk J M Nuckols Quite Ill J M Nuckolls, clerk of the US disrict court is still confined to his room, owing to sever apoplexy. He will not be able to attend the duties of t he court sat this term, and his place is being filled by his daughter, M rs Howard McCrery Kansas City Star 4/19/1898 Burglars on the South Side J M Nuckols House Entered A burglar visited the homes of J M Nuckols, US commissioner, at 3111 Trac ey Ave, and J C Fisher, a traveling man, 3107 Tracy avenue, between 1 a nd 1 o'clock in the morning, raking a small amount of money at each place. Mrs Fisher was alone with a woman servant. She was awakened by the sound of the foot falls in the hall outside her door. She knew instantly that a burglar was in the house, but she lay silent and listening. She heard the wind rushing through the window which the man had opened and the footsteps as a heavy body entered her door and made its way toward her dress ing table. She had more than $100 worht of diamonds in a jewelry case there and she was determined that the burglar should not get them, so she d id the most natural thing- screamed. "Frances" she cried to the negro servant who slept on the floor above. At this the burglar ran. The negro wom an ran to the home of Miller Stevens next door and borrowed a revolver, but the burglar had escaped. He got $2 in money. At the home of J M Nucko ls the burglar took $1.80 from Mr Nuckols pockets and escaped through the open door when Mrs Howard McCreary, Mr Nuckols' daughter heard him and screamed. The burglar entered through a kitchen door. On Society (News Article) Date: 1898-04-24; Paper: The Kansas City Start Mr and Mrs F W Burnett of Los Angeles and little daughter Mildred are visi ting Mr and Mrs J M Nuckols 3111 Tracy Ave Date: August 4, 1900 Location: Missouri Paper: Kansas City Star J M Nuckols, United States Commissioner leaves tonight for a three week va cation in Colordao Date: February 17, 1903 Location: Missouri Paper: Kansas City Star John M Nuckols, Clerk of the US District Court is confined in his ho me by illness. A severe cold is his ailment. The Kansas City Star 4/28/1907 Married For Fift-Five Years An Anniversary Celebrtion For Mr and Mrs John M Nuckols Mr and Mrs John M Nuckols celebrated their fifty-fifth wedding annivers ay last night at thteir home, 3131 Tracy Avenue. A similar celebration w as held five years ago on the occasion of their golden wedding anniversar y. Mr and Mrs Nuckols were married in Lexington, KY in 1852. Mrs Howa rd N McCreary, clerk of the US dist Court, this city, is a daughter and  R obert H Nuckols of Dayton, Ohio their only son. John M. Nuckols No Better (News Article) Date: 1911-03-21; Paper: The Kansas City Star The condition of John M Nuckols, formerly clerk of the U S District Court and US commissioner here  was unchanged at a late hour last night. Mr N uckols, is 83 years old and is dangeriously ill. Kansas City Star 3/22/1911 Judge John F Phillips Writes of the Late Jo hn M Nuckols Judge John F Phillips has written the following tribute to the late John M Nuckols, his friend for nearly half a century. -- I have well known John Milton Nuckols since 1884. I knew him on his farm, in his home, in a nd out of office, in public and private life. If I were asked to write h is epitaph it would be: He was un---ullied in honor, dauntless in courag e, a stranger to falsehood and a friend to truth. By lineage, education a nd environment he represented the best there was in his Old Kentucky home life. He had the instincts and habits of a gentleman. He was without guile and abhored deceit. Without arrogance, or the vaunt? of pretension, he was full of assurance and self-confidence. He took directions fr om no man as to his political views and  and concealed from none his course. While one of the kindest and most courteous men I ever knew, he was one of the most determined. No temptation or banishment could deflect him from what he conceived to be the right and honorable course. His tremendo us will power sustained him through all  manner of ill fortune and ill hea lth. And what a sunny nature and philosphy of life he had. The world was ever beautiful and full of good things to him. He got pleasure out of every day and borrowed his sorrow from the morrow. His cause of which he was one of the happiest old men I ever knew in his perfect contentment. No man ever took  more joy in his friendships or was more loyal to his friends. He was so genuine in his own character that he had no toleration of insincerity and  pycophancy?. He was as free from the arts of diplomacy as a sweet child. The glowing scene of his long life was as he desired it. With eyes bright with love and hope, with mental vision cleart and voice with no tremor of alarin? with domp---- lie realized the approach of the end- his only desire was that it might come without a painful struggle. At peace with the world, with his final look into the face of those he best loved, he gently dropped into the last sleep.

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[NI7722] History of Woodford Co, KY, pg 409 A letter from mr Henry Houston Crittenden to Daniel M Bowmar:.." I was born in Woodford County on the john M Nuckols farm near Versailles. My mother, formerly Caroline Wheeler Jackson, was the sister of Mrs John M Nuckols, both being daughters of Samuel Grant Jackson... More info in Genealogy of Fishback family in America, by Willis M Keemper, New York , T M Taylor Pub 1914 pg 319 Informant on husbands death certificate 3/21/1911 Kansas City, MO 6/11/1912 Lexington Herald Mrs Cox Dies at 81 Maysville Ky June 10- Mrs Sallie Jackson Cox aged 81 died Monday morning from injuries received several years ago at the home of her daugher Mrs J hn L Whitaker. Daughter of Jamuel G Jackson; sister Mrs Ann Nuckols Residence when she died, 3220 Van Trump Ct, Kansas City, MO 1/29/1917 The Lexington Herald Former Kentucky Belle Dies in Missouri Home News of the death of Mrs Caroline Crittenden, widow of former Governor Thomas T Crittenden of Missouri in Kansas City Saturday afternoon, was receiv ed by friends in Lexington yesterday. Mrs Crittenden was an aunt of Dr Lou is Mulligan and Mrs P H Molley of Lexington. She is survived also by two b rothers, Louis Jackson of Kentucky and Samuel A Jackson of Missouri, and a sister Mrs John M Nuckols of Kansas City. Funeral services will be held at the home in Kansas City this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs Crittend en was a Kentucky belle. Her husband also was a Kentuckian. She was married in Frankfort in 1856 to r Crittenden who was a practicing lawyer at th at time

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[NI7723] Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: McAlester Ward 4, Pittsburg, Ok lahoma; Roll: T624_1270; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 238; Image: 38 2. 4/15/1910 Clyde Stewart 38  m1x KS OH PA Bella H Stewart 33  M11y 3/3 M1x VA VA VA Vivian Stewart 13 Arthur Bon Stewart 7 Clyde Edwin Stewart 4/12 Mannie Williams 20  servant, md 1 y, no ch, TN TN TN Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: McAlester Ward 4, Pittsburg, Okl ahoma; Roll: T625_1483; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 212; Image: 1053. Clyde Stewart 48 Belle Stewart 43 Vivian Stewart 20 Leon Stewart 16 Clyde E Stewart 10 Jean Stewart 6

[NI7730] Copyright 2000 by Kate McCarter Rosamond Jones and William Bourne were early settlers of Grayson County, V irginia. Rosa was born in 1750 and grew up on a large land grant near Fred ericksburg, Virginia. Her parents were Thomas and Bette Jones. She had a s ister Naomi and three brothers, Minetree Jones Sr., Thomas, and Daniel. So me family researchers believe Bette’s maiden name may have been Minetree. William was born in 1743 to Stephen and Hanna Bourne of Louisa County, Vir ginia. William and his brothers Stephen and John -- also Grayson pionee rs -- grew up on the original 300 acre land grant obtained by their Grandf ather William Bourne II in the year 1719. The text of this grant appea rs in the Cutchshaw book and was signed by Alexander Spottswood, the Lieutenant Gove rnor of the Virginia Colony. The property can be found today at the inters ections of highways 611 and 635 at the southern tip of Louisa County ne ar the Hanover border. William and Rosa were married in about 1765. He was 22 years of age and s he was just 15. We know they lived in Louisa County for a least the fir st 10 years of their marriage because William and his brother Stephen appe ar in Louisa County tax books up until 1775. The 1775 tax lists show the brothers as "patrollers" who scouted the regi on looking for runaway slaves. Stephen even gained the nickname "Devil Ste ve" because of his work as a slave trader and his willingness to beat h is own slaves as well as the slaves of others settlers who didn't have t he stomach for the "task." In 1768, the Iroquois Nation signed a treaty with King George III abandoni ng all their claims to the Virginia Territory south of the Ohio River a nd west of the Cumberland mountains thus making this area available for wh ite settlement. Sometime before 1782 William and Rosa received a land grant from the Commo nwealth of Virginia and left their colonial home for the unsettled territo ry in southwest Virginia. It was said that settlers selected this land alo ng the New River and its tributaries because it was rich with wild pea vi ne and other vegetation for their stock. Rosa and William traveled by wagon as far as Fort Chisel and then had to p ack their household goods onto horses to cross the Iron Mountains. They ch ose Knob Fork on Elk Creek near where it empties into the New River as the ir home site, joining eight other families who had already settled in t he region. Having to travel as they did, it seems unlikely that they were able to bri ng much in the way of household goods, but surprising among their possessi ons was a grandfather clock made in Boston by Aaron Willard of Common Hou se Clocks. It was Grayson County's first clock and was anything but common . Made of mahogany with rosewood inlays, it stood at over 8 feet 3 inches. T he fittings were of brass including the key in the shape of a Z. It was wo und every eight days and showed the phases of the moon, as well as telli ng the time. Some years later it served as a model for a local clock maker . The clock remains in the family residing in the home of a 6th generation d escendant in Cleveland, Tennessee. When William and Rosa arrived in the New River country they built cabins a nd other temporary buildings and cleared out the best portion of the la nd for farming. The grew their own grains, vegetables and fruit and the ir meat came from whatever game they found in the surrounding forest. Th ey wore homespun clothing made from wool, cotton or flax, and wore sho es or moccasins from the leather they tanned themselves. William became involved in local government and was among those who succes sfully lobbied the Virginia State Legislature to create Grayson County fr om Wythe County in 1792. It was named for William Grayson, one of the fir st senators of Virginia. The first Grayson County Court was held in the Bourne barn on May 21, 179 3. Later court records of that year mention the court sitting in "Rosa's c abin." William was elected Clerk of the Court, a position he held for 17 y ears. Some time later other relatives were also appointed to important pos ts -- Shamrock Greer becoming a Justice of the Peace, and Major Minetree Jon es becoming a Magistrate. William and Rosa turned their home into an inn, and on June 24, 1794 the G rayson County Court fixed these rates to be observed by their establishme nt and all other "Ordinary Houses." A breakfast with Coffee 1 3 (shillings and pence) Ditto Without Coffee 1 0 Dinner Warm, if good 1 6 Cold 1 3 Lodging Clean for 1 in bed 0 6 2 in bed 0 4 More than 2 in bed 0 0 West India rum per half-pint 1 0 Gin per Do. 0 8 Whiskey per Do. 0 6 Good Beer per Do 0 6 Small beer 0 4 It appears that lodging was quite affordable if you were willing to eatco ld food, drink small beers, and share a bed with strangers. Eventually William became so successful that he went into partnership wi th his son William Bourne III and bought 100 acres of land that included t he Point Hope Furnace and Forge, gristmill, sawmill and yards, barns, stab les, gardens, and houses. The old Point Hope Furnace at the falls on Pea ch Bottom Creek was Grayson County's first industry. It had been used to process ir on ore since before the Revolutionary War. William also became a member of the Virginia legislature which required ye arly trips to Richmond. On one of these trips he attended a slave aucti on and bought a woman and little girl, apparently a mother and child. T he woman's name was Granny Beck and the child's Aimy. In his book, Nuckol ls briefly recounts Aimy's story of her kidnaping in Africa and subseque nt trip to America on a sailing ship. Granny Beck was put to work tending the cattle on the range and Aimy was t he house girl, waiting on her "master and mistress" as long as they live d.  According to Nuckolls, William gives Aimy her freedom in his will stat ing, "Aimy has been a faithful, good servant and has raised for me 18 chil dren. She is not to be sold or taken in, in the divide." Nuckolls go es on to say "With his children she should be free to go where she pleased ." There has been some debate among the descendants about the meaning of Nuckolls' last sentence and where he obtained this information. The wil l, as recorded in the courthouse at Independence, does not contain the abo ve passage. Instead, each of the Bourne children is given two slaves and t heir progeny in addition to $500. While we may never know if these slave c hildren were in fact William's progeny, it certainly wasn't unusual for slave-owners, a nd often their sons, to have fathered these children. After William and Rosa's deaths, Aimy went to Old Town to live with Mary D ickenson who owned her daughter Mourning. When Mary died, she went to E lk Creek to the home of Francis Hale who owned Winny, another of her daugh ters. Aimy died there and is buried in the Hale family cemetery. Rosa had a reputation for providing well for their slaves. Nuckolls write s, "She was their doctor when sick, their comfort in trouble. When they we re ill she'd say, 'You must pray to the Lord for help and I will pray f or you and help you all I can.' She was also helpful to her friends and ne ighbors and would go to them in their time of need." Nuckolls also tells this story of Rosa's resourcefulness. Each fall Willi am and several of his slaves trekked "over the hollow" to the nearest mi ll in North Carolina to have their corn ground into meal for their brea d. They carried the grain in sacks on their horses, following an old Indi an trail through the Blue Ridge Mountains. One year a deep snow kept them from returning home before the family's fo od supply ran out. Rosa took matters into her own hands and early one morn ing roused one of her slaves and told her, "We must hunt for somethi ng to eat." Armed with a rifle and butcher knife, they hiked into the forest looking f or prey. They soon found a large deer sleeping in the snow under a tree. R osa raised her gun and fired, but missed. Fortunately, the startled deer j umped up and struck its head against a limb, breaking its neck. The sla ve ran and cut the deer's throat and they drug it back to the house in t he snow. The family fed well on venison and hominy while they waited for t he men to return with the meal. William and Rosa had nine children who raised large families of their o wn and lived to be quite elderly. The daughters were all widowed at the sa me time but none remarried. All were said to have managed their estates we ll. SOURCES: Everyday Life in Early America by David Hawke, Harper and Ross, New Yor k, 1989. Grayson County: A History in Words and Pictures by Betty-Lou Fields and Je ne Hughs. Grayson County Historical Society, P.O. Box 529, Independence, V A. 24348-0529, 1976. Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, Virginia by Benjamin Floyd Nuckolls, G enealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1001 North Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21 202-3897, 1982. Stephen Bourn and Rosamond Mallory: Descendants-Related Families 1650-19 82 by Lura Cutchshaw. Grayson County Historical Society, P.O. Box 529, Ind ependence, VA. 24348-0529, 1982. Will: June 1836, Inventory returned July 1841 From Kate McCarter 7/2003 katebird24@hotmail.com William Bourne came from Hanover County, VA, according to Nuckolls boo k.  I suspect that his ancestors included the Thomas Bourne, William Bourn e, and John Bourne whose property bordered that of Richard Haille and W m. Daingerfield in old Rappahannock County, VA. (See Essex Co. De ed Bk 18 p. 47-51 dated 19/20 April 1724.) There is a Bourne of Someset and London tree by John Bennett Bodie in t he William and Mary Quarterly series which refers to the will of Richard B ourne, Gent. of Wells, Somerset probated March 1594-5 willing all his fr ee lands to eldest son Gilbert.  He names three sons "detained in a forei gn country", Roger, William and Thomas and he also names sons John, Richar d, Jasper and eldest daughter, Mary.  Richard may be the one who settl ed at Plymouth,  Massachusetts about 1635 whose decendants bear the same f amily names. His son Jasper of Stanmore Magna, Middlsex  left a will  dated Feb. 1, 163 5.  He names brothers William and Thomas  and wills their pictures to h is grandaughter Elizabeth Bennett.  The will is probated by John Benne tt of London, Merchant. (This is John Bennett of the Virginia Company.  An other daughter he names is Mary, wife of Edward Bennett, Merchant...al so of the Virginia Company.(John and Edward were cousins of our Richard Be nnett so, the Bennetts on our dad's side and the Bourne's on our mother 's side were connected three centuries before they met.) Edward became ve ry disenchanted by the corruptness of the Anglican Church and paid for t he transporation of many Quakers into Virginia. It was his son, Richard w ho became the Governor of Virginia and was a very wealthy man. There is a book owned by the Mormon Library in Salt Lake, and no dou bt in the genealogy libraries in Virginia, entitled BOURNE OF VIRGINIA, Da ughters of American Colonists and I believe the author is a Bourne.  I ha ve not been able as of Feb. 13, 2001 to acquire it.  In old records of Vir ginia,  I have found references to James Bourne, 1608, Virginia; Robert Bo urne, 1626, Virginia; a reference of  the arrival in 1636 of  John Bour ne and  as "original land owner" in Virginia before 1637 who was marri ed to Elizabeth Johnson (and a Henry Johnson married to a Christian Bourne ). And others...Henry, David, Francis.  These are Bourne names that appe ar also in New England. A COLLECTION OF VERY EARLY VIRGINIA MAPS or chart of the creation of count ies is essential for making sense of the following. Virginia Tax Records, Tithables of Lancaster County, VA, 1654 is this: M r. Thomas Bourne to collect these: himselfe 5, (and others). In the Old Rappahannock County Deed Book 1656-1664 Part II (Sparacci o) p. 298 is this: Know All men that I Thomas Bourne of Pianckatank give u nto my beloved Friend Christopher Brownrigg full power & authority ... as by his act in Wrighting doth appear for me & in my name as we ll as I my self were there personally present as witness my hand this 28 th day of 9ber 1663.  Thomas (signs B) Bourne; Test Edmond Bullock, Luke ( signs with two wavy lines) Raven Recordat 4 die Junii 1664. A Wm. Bourne (m. ...Crump) is granted 500 acres of land by patent beari ng date 5 of June 1666. (I didn't get county!)  The 1704 VA Quit Rent Ro ll of New Kent County has Wm. Bourn with 140 acres;  Jno. Bourn in Esse x; Andrew in Nansemond and George in King and Queen. John Bourne dies in E ssex Cty in 1721. The Quit Rent Roll for the Year 1715 in Essex County, VA lists Thomas Bou rn with 300 acres and William Bourn with 100. Essex County was carved o ut of old Rappahannock County. Essex County Deeds and Wills, 1711-1714 (from Family Tree Maker, CD18 7) p. 93. Bond 12 Dec. 1712. William Bourne as Guardian for John Gregory a nd Sarah Gregory, orphans. L 100 Sterling. Signed William Bourne, Erasm us x Allen, Wm. Grinall. Wit: Ja Alderson, Wm. Covington junr. Rec. 12 De c. 1712. Thomas Bourne in his last will and testament of 29/30 Sept. 1726 made in E ssex County (Old Rappa), Southfarnham Parish,  names Mary, his wife and  h is son William Bourne. (Before our Wm. is born.)  (See Essex Co.Deed Bo ok 1724-1728) It appears to be Thomas' land that is sold (but may be land close to it )( Essex County Deeds 1752-1754) on Oct 18, 1752 by Thomas Bourne of Coun ty of Caroline and Parish of Drysdale, Planter, of one part and William Da ingerfield of County of Essex & Parish of Southfarnham of the other. Thom as sells to Wm. Daingerfield  "a certain tract of land lying in Coun ty of Essex and Parish of Southfarnham adjoining  the lands of Wm. Dainger field "which said land was formerly the property of JOHN BOURNE deceased a nd which was by his last Will lent to his Wife Leah during her natural lif e." In 1720, (Essex Cty Will Book 1735-1724) Estate of John Meador (ancest or of Adara who married Francis Haile, son of John, son of Richard) deceas ed, to maintainance of a creeple orphan child of the sd John Meador decd t he child helpless not capable to put on her cloathes or to walk from the y ear 1720 until 1732; the year 1720 Wm. Bourne to nursing the sd child 8 mo nths; ...to nurseing the sd orphan by William Bourne from the year 1723 un til 1732  being nine years @ 800 lbs of tobacco per year. Abstracts from Stafford County, VA,Deed Book 1722-1728: 511--Indenture 5 A pril 1728 states that Captain John Lord on 27 Sept. 1664 patented 2000 acr es of land in Stafford. On 30 Aug. 1665 he conveyed 400 acres of said la nd to Thomas Bourne, and William Bourne "as heir of the aforesaid Thomas B ourne". The Quit Rent Roll for the Year 1715 in Essex County, VA lists Thomas Bou rn with 300 acres and William Bourn with 100. This is the same area with n ew county name as the Thomas and William of l638. William Morton will of Dec. 8, 1747 in Orange County,  names brothers Andr ew and Henry Bourne, sons-in-law. A granddaughter Frances Christopher lat er marries Francis Bourne. (Francis, b. 1727 Essex Cty, VA, was a Revoluti onary War patriot and he and Frances went to  Jessamine County, KY.)   T he Bourne family were members of the Anglican Church and there are numero us references to Andrew, Francis, Henry and John in the records of St. Mar tin's Parish Record  and some to Henry and William in St. Paul's Parish re cord in Hanover County. Our William could be the son of Henry but I fou nd nothing definitive.  In the Orange County 1787 census under Bourne, a re Reuben and Thomas charged with Henry Bourne; Henry has a stud horse a nd is not tithable (meaning old).  There are lots of Jones, including Chur chhill Jones who is charged to Sam. Schooler. Andrew Bourn, County of Culpeper, Administrator of Robert Bourn, deceased. ..for L10...paid by Alexander Waugh of Orange...assign lease from Alexand er Spotswood to Robert Bourn for 156 acres whereon said Robert Bourn resid ed at time of his death 23 June 1767....Recorded Orange County 27th Nov. 1 767. Francis Bourn and his wife Frances also had land "bounded by Alexr. W augh...on North East end of a ridge of hills generally known by the Sou th West Mountains lately in possession of the Spotswood family and vend ed by their trustees to sd Bourn. (Orange County Deed Book 16 PP.161-16 3) Andrew was a Revolutionary War patriot. Andrew, who appears to be the son of Robert, had a son named William (in F rederick Co.) but he  was married to Milla when he is transferred land fr om Andrew and his wife Jane in Culpeper Co. in 1789, a  time our Willi am  was married to Rosamond Jones.   Many records  were destroyed during t he Civil War and it is difficult to trace William's parents but we c an be quite sure they were of this family that had been in Virginia sin ce the early 1600's. Read: NO CONCLUSIONS REACHED FROM THE ABOVE. Interesting note: George Bourne, a Presbyterian minister in South Rive r, VA 1814, was charged with heresy for preaching emancipation.  Late r, he moved to Philadelphia and Boston and became a leader of the abolitio nist movement. Benjamin Nuckholls gives a good account of the Bourne family in his boo k, PIONEER SETTLERS OF GRAYSON COUNTY first published in 1914 in Bristo l, Tennessee and reprinted for Clearfield Company, Inc. by Genealogical Pu blishing Co., Inc. Baltimore, Maryland, 1994, 1997. Library of Congress Ca talogue Card Number 74-18309. William Bourne, b. 1743, married Rosamond Jones in Hanover County, Virgini a, near Richmond about 1765. "Soon after they left the old colonial home a nd moved out into the wilderness of New River, which was then Botetourt a nd Washington district, but now Grayson county.  On their move they ca me as far as Fort Chiswell in wagons, and from there they packed their bag gage on horses across Iron Mountain to Knob Fork, and settled on the wate rs of New River...At that time there were but eight settlers in this pa rt of the country." William discovered iron ore on the property, built for ges, furnace etc. at the fall of Peach Bottom Creek, now Independence. T he power plant that furnishes the power for this city is built at the sa me spot. (Nuckholls) In the barn of William Bourne was held the first court for Grayson County. (Nuckholls, p. 19 ff.)  This barn was still standing in the 1980's. (See p hoto taken then.) While the name is spelled with an "e" in some records of this time,  oth er earlier records indicate it without an "e" on the end. The names and birthdates of the children of William and Rosamond are tak en from the old Bible of Stephen Hale and Frances Bourne in which a page w as pasted or sewn in with these names and dates.  The exception which do n ot appear in the family group sheet are the spelling of two names: Patien ce is listed as Pachints and Millie is Mildroom. The dates of William and Rosamond as well as those of their son William J r. and his wife Mary Johnstone were taken from their gravestones at the o ld Bourne home at Knob Fork (Spring Valley), Virginia by William Hale. Nucholls' book, while having some errors, does provide a wealth of informa tion about this family and those of Lewis Hale, including pictures.  Whi le his mistakes have caused a few tempers to flare, we are richer for h is having written and recorded than we would have been were it all lost.l 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 History and Biography, V86: pgs. 413 -431 (1978). Wm. Bourne married Rosa Jones in Hanover Co. VA 1765, and soon after mov ed to present-day Grayson; they came to Ft. Chiswell in wagons, then pack ed baggage on horses across Iron Mt. to Knob Fork and settled on the wate rs of New River (Nuckolls, 19). Wm. B. worked ore, built forges and a furn ace. Nine children. Soon after Grayson was formed the first county court w as held in an old log barn on the farm of Wm. Bourne (Nuckolls, 20). Al so see Gutchshaw, Lura, Stephen Bourne and Rosemary Mallory: Descendant s, 1650-1982. See also Sandra Hall, Bourne Family History. In 1797 Matthew and Rebekah Dickey deeded 100 acres to Wm. Bourne on Pea ch Bottom Creek and one-third of Point Hope Furnance with patterns, flask s, other utensils and one-third of gristmill, forge, etc. Also in anoth er deed, same year, they deeded Bourne another 200 acres. When membe rs of the first court of Grayson County were sworn in, this group includ ed Mather Dickey. (This name could be a variant of Matthew.) Records of the first court held in Grayson county, in William Boume's bar n, May 21st, 1793, and partial proceedings of some subsequent courts: Be it remembered that on the 21st day of May, in the year of our Lord, 179 8, at the house of William Bourne, is the County of Grayson, a Commissi on of the Governor, Henry Lee, of the Commonwealth of Virginia, for the Co unty aforesaid, directed to Flower Swift, Enoch Osbourne, Minitre Jones, N athaniel Frisbie, Phillip Gain, William Bourse, Nathaniel Pope, Mathew Dic key, Lewis Hale, and Moses Foley, Gent., bearing date the 10th day of Dece mber, 1792, was produced as being read, and thereupon Flower Swift took t he Oath of Allegiance to the Commonwealth, the Oath to support the Constit ution of the United States, the Oath of a Justice of the Peace, and the Oa th of a Justice of the County Court in Chancery, which Oaths were administ ered to him by Minitree Jones and Nathaniel Frisbie, and then the said Flo wer Swift administered all the aforesaid Oaths to the aforesaid Enoch O s. bourne, Minitre Jones, Nathaniel Frisbie, Phillip Gainer, William Bourn e, Nathaniel Pope, Mathew Dickey, and Lewis Hale, who took the same. Prese nt:   FLOWER SWIFT   ENOCH OSBOURNE   NATHANIEL FRISBIE   NATHANIEL POPE   MATHEW DICKEY   LEWIS HALE   ....Gentlemen, Justices

[NI7731] "Rosa was a descendant of James Jones, brother of Admiral Paul Jones and l ived on a large grant of land near Fredericksburg, VA." (Nuckholls, p. 1 8) She was a "missionary woman".  She went to all her friends and neighbo rs and also the slaves, doctoring them and helping them.  Judging from a ll the namesakes for her, she was a very admirable woman. 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). The Fields text states: "William Jones was also an early settler. He ca me from eastern Viriginia and chose the site of his future home on New Riv er, near the mouth of Elk Creek." (p. 21) States that Jones Ford was ne ar there. Other information on the Jones family refers to a James Jon es of Spottslyvania Co. Va. who had a son named Churchill (married Miss Mi nitree) and their son Minitree married Miss Spottswood whose daughter Rosa mund married Wm. Bourne in Hanover Co. VA and came to Grayson area (Field s, 22). Also Rosamund's two brothers were Churchill and Minitree, and Nuck olls text states "A number of this Jones family moved into this Southweste rn part of Virginia…" (153) Later Nuckolls says that "Maj. Minitree Jon es was one of the pioneer settlers, aiding in forming Grayson County in 17 92 and was named as a magistrate…" Nuckolls gives genealogy, 156-161. Befo re that a Manitree Jones was named a magistrate in Mont. Co. between 1778- 1790 (Kegley 107). Also a Harden Jones is on the landowners tax list, 181 5, having land on New River, joining Chapwell. Eleven Jones men are on t he DAR militia lists for Grayson area. John Jones filed for Rev. War pensi on in Grayson, 1832 (Kegley, 133). According to Heritage of Ashe, John Jon es, Sr. was born 03 Apr 1746, in Morris Co., NJ, and served in the Rev. W ar in Grayson. Details of his service and also his descendants are give n; two sons married Sturgills; many of the family lived in Ashe or Allegha ny counties. Regarding John Jones, Sr., this text states "It is believed h is parents were from Wales." His first wife was Annie Norman, and second w as Judith Lynch (Heritage, 322).

[NI7732] owned property with Stephen and Rosa Hale in Erath County, Texas.  We re he and Julia the parents of minors Mary, Sally B., and Martin Bourn w ho were put under guardianship of John Johnston Hale in 1876? Or were the children of his brother Johnstone Bourne who married Floran za Bourne, daughter of Martin Bourne. Nuckholls reports them as having mov ed to Texas.This is more likely.

[NI7733] One record names her as Julia Fulton

[NI7742] Census Place:District 35, Elk Creek, Grayson, Virginia 1880 Source:FHL Film 1255368  National Archives Film T9-1368     Page 34 5D P. G. HALESelfMMW58VAOcc:State SenatorFa: VAMo: VA J. D. HALEWifeFMW56VAFa: VAMo: VA Cidie HALEDauFSW22VAFa: VAMo: VA DLS says son of William Bourne and Rosamond Jones

[NI7751] Bath Co, VA Will Book 6 11/31/1863 John Nuckles listed in sale of esta te of William H Shelton

[NI7757] Served in the Tenn. 44th Inf. CSA Researcher: chrdcol@gte.net (Charles and Dee Colvin) If my James K. P. Shelton is the one you are searching for....He married S arah Alice Oliver on Jan 5, 1875 in Ellis Co. TX.  Their first son, Jam es Virgil Shelton was born Oct 19, 1875 in Smithville Texas in Bastrop Co ., sometime after that they moved to Starville community North East of Tyl er, and that is where they lived until James Knox Polk was killed in 189 1. James Knox Polk Shelton is buried in Starville Cemetery next to the gra ve of his daughter-in-law (Susie Almedie Shelton who was full blood Cousha tta indian and was the wife of James Virgil who my husband descends from) James Knox Polk and Alice (Sarah Alice) had 5 children that I know of. Jam es Virgil, Minnie, Lilly, William C, and Archie.   Minnie married Arthur S mith, and Lilly married a _______ Pope.  I don't know what happened to Wil liam C or Archie.  Maybe you could help me out there if this is the rig ht James Knox Polk.  (I have discovered there were many little boys nam ed James Knox Polk during the mid 1800's---and I thought it would be an ea sy name to trace. James KP was from Middle Tenn.  He served with the 44th Tenn Inf. CSA C o. I during the civil war.  He would have been about 16 at the start of t he war. I am trying to trace his parentage, and right now I am consideri ng the son of James and Jane Shelton who are on the 1850 Lincoln Co. Ten n. census. James was born in Tenn, and Jane was from NC.  They had sons: William, Pet er, George P.  James KP (listed as RP on 1850 census but a researcher sa id it was actually KP, and she felt she had ample proof.  She said he w as the James KP who served in the Tenn. 44th.  Actually, I believe the Jam es KP, the JKP and the JP Shelton who served in the 44th are all the sa me person.  We know for sure one was correct because of a court case we ha ve copies of that James KP was involved in with John E. Shelton.  Jam es KP makes his capitol P very unusual, and it is the same on the court pa pers as it is on a pay voucher for him in the 44th.  A Mrs. MC Shelton w as also mentioned in those court papers.  (the other son on the 1850 Linco ln Tenn census was Ambrose Henderson.  This researcher says this is the sa me JKP, so based on that. I believe the father of James married to Jane is Peter Shel ton (md. 12 Sept 1801) Mary Graham, Peter's father was James Shelton who m arried Susannah Vardeman.  This is not confirmed with documented proof, t ho the researcher said she had proof, it is not in my hands. James Virgil Shelton was a business man in Winona, TX (Smith Co) for mo st of his life.  He had a livery stable, a grocery store, a gas station, a nd a barber shop in Winona.  He was the town barber when he died.  He alwa ys took a nap in his barber chair after lunch, and he went to sleep and mu st have had a heart attack, as he just didn't wake up.  He and Susie Almed ie had Daisy who married Harry Close, James Luther married Marie______, Wi lliam Morris who married Bertha Morris (I think Morris was her last name ), Shirley Kathryn who married Charles Rex Colvin. Lois Smith Miller is the daughter of Minnie Shelton (dau. of James KP) a nd Lois is still living in Smith County.  Shirley Kathryn (dau. of James V irgil is still living) There is a James KP Shelton who married a Mary C Ellison in 1866 in Smi th Co. Texas.  We do not know if this is our James KP with a first marriag e, and Alice a second marriage or not.  Or if this is a different Jam es KP altogether.  We are trying to find that out.  None of the grand chil dren knew of another marriage that I know of. James Virgil married Willie Katherine Gandy after Susie Almedie died, a nd they had a son named James Virgil Shelton, Jr.  There is also a James V irgil Shelton III.  James Virgil, Jr. lived in the Ft. Worth area. James KP died an untimely death.  He was shot at the Winona Cotton G in by a man named Tom P. Kinnear.  Mr. Kinnear's neighbors had complain ed about the noise his peafowls were making.  They were disturbing the whole area, and someone killed all the peafowls.  M r. Kinnear was trying to find out who killed them, and someone told him th ey smelled burning feathers coming from the Shelton farm.  So he went look ing for JKP and shot him.  It is strange that we can find no trial, becau se Lois and Shirley both said Kinnear went to jail.  When he got out of ja il he was still angry.  He got in his wagon and was whipping up the te am of horses drawing his wagon.  He rode by at a fast speed, and yelled a nd cursed.  His wagon hit a rut and turned over, and he was pinned under t he wagon.  It happened right in front of the Shelton place, and Alice to ok the kids down and they got Kinnear out from under the wagon.  Imagine t he Godly lesson she taught her children with this.

[NI7760] Fort Worth Star-Telegram (TX) - April 5, 2003 Deceased Name: Olena Townley Nuckols CLIFTON -- Olena Townley Nuckols, 85, a homemaker, died Thursday, Apr il 3, 2003. Funeral: 2 p.m. Sunday at First United Methodist Church, Clift on. Burial: Clifton Cemetery, Clifton. Mrs. Nuckols lived in Fort Worth fr om 1938 to 1942 and 1958 to 1981. She moved to Clifton in 1981. Survivor s: Husband, W.D. Nuckols of Clifton; son, James William Nuckols of Longvie w; daughter, Virginia Sue Zwick of Benbrook; brother, John Paul Townl ey of Kerrville; sister, Ruth Berry of Irving; and four grandchildren. Clifton Funeral Home Clifton, (254) 675-8611 Name: Olena T. Nuckols SSN: 454-12-5161 Last Residence: 76634  Clifton, Bosque, Texas, United States of America Born: 4 Nov 1917 Died: 3 Apr 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 )

[NI7766] Deed Book A, Page 84-Louisa Co,VA 13 Jun 1743 Harding Burnley, Parish of St. Paul, Hanover  Co. to Champne ss Terry of Louisa,  £12 for 300 acres,  part of tract bought 25 Nov 173 4, in the line of John Syms, William Bibb, Champ Terry line ..... First Families of Albermarle Co, VA JOHN BURNLEY, an Englishman who lived in Hanover Co.,   returned to Engla nd in 1771, leaving in Va. a will of that  date, but making another wi ll in England in 1778. In both he   bequesthed property to his son ZACHARA IH and to daughters,  ELIZABETH and KEZIAH, who were both married to DUKE S. A         litigation followed and was protracted 50 years. HARDIN   BUR NLEY, a brother or son of JOHN obtained patents for land   in Albemarle fr om 1749-1764. ZACHARIAH, probably the one   already mentioned, purchased l and from DR. ARTHUR HOPKINS   nearly 1500 acres, which HARDIN had patente d, but forfeited  for non-payment of quit-rents. In 1788 he also purchas ed  400 acres, which he sold to PETER CLARKSON

[NI7790] Lilly was James' step dau,

[DI7790] CADI Lillie C Nuckolls, age 20 died Tehama Co, 11/12/1910

[NI7801] Emma Josephine (Berrian) Nuckolls was born 7 October 1880 to George and Lucinda Sophia (Munshower) Berrian. Married William Nuckolls. Children: Dwight William Ella Siblings: Georgianna "Annie" Bell Charles Ulissus John Reuben George Wiley Lucius Edgar Sarah/Sara "Sadie" Lydia Daniel Munshower Charlotte "Lottie" Amelia Martha Adrella James Albert Raymond Frederick

[DI7801] Longmont Ledger (Longmont, Boulder County) Feb 18, 1921 KNUCKLES--In Longmont, Tuesday, February 15, 1921, Emma Knuckles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Deman, of Evergreen, Colo. The body was taken to Evergreen by Undertaker Woods and Flanders of Evergreen on Tuesday.

[NI7822] From Dennis Yancey Note: [IGVA] RECORDS CHILDREN: CHARLES, JAMES, MEREDITH, PHILLIP, ROBERT, WILLIAM - THIS SEEMS TO BE IN ERROR. THE CHILDREN AS RECORDED HERE WERE PROBABLY FROM HIS 2ND WIFE. Note: MISC REC:.........1742 - LOUISA CO., VA - BIRTH Note: HIST. EVENT:....1754 - FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR BEGINS Note: HIST. EVENT:....1763 - FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR ENDS Note: HIST. EVENT:....1775 - REVOLUTIONARY WAR BEGINS Note: MILITARY:.........1777 - PRIVATE - 14TH VIRG. REGIMENT Note: MILITARY:.........1779 - 10TH VIRGINIA REGIMENT Note: TAX REC:..........1780 - MECKLENBURG CO., VA [109 ACRES] Note: HIST. EVENT:....1782 - REVOLUTIONARY WAR ENDS Note: MILITARY:.........1785 - BOUNTY LAND WARRANT #3978 - 100 ACRES Note: TAX REC:..........1787 - MECKLENBURG CO., VA [] Note: MISC REC:.........1789 - LOUISA CO., VA - MARRIAGE WITH: HENRIETTA [NUCKOLLS] Note: HIST. EVENT:....1789 - GEORGE WASHINGTON BECOMES PRESIDENT Note: TAX REC:..........1790 - MECKLENBURG CO., VA [109 ACRES] Note: CENSUS:...........1790 (DESTROYED) - BUT PROBABLY LIVING IN MECKLENBURG CO., VA Note: MISC REC:.........1798 - UNKNOWN CO., VA - SPOUSE DEATH: HENRIETTA [NUCKOLLS] Note: MISC REC:.........1798 - UNKNOWN CO., VA - MARRIAGE WITH: ALICE OR ALCEY [WINSTEAD] Note: MISC REC:.........1798 - VIRGINIA CO., - NO MARRIAGE RECORD FOUND ON EXTANT COUNTY RECORDS Note: TAX REC:..........1800 - MECKLENBURG CO., VA [] Note: TAX REC:..........1800 - MECKLENBURG CO., VA [109 ACRES] Note: CENSUS:...........1800 (DESTROYED) - BUT PROBABLY LIVING IN MECKLENBURG CO., VA Note: HIST. EVENT:....1801 - THOMAS JEFFERSON BECOMES PRESIDENT Note: MISC REC:.........1802 - UNKNOWN CO., VA - CHILD BIRTH - - YANCEY, JOSEPH Note: HIST. EVENT:....1803 - LOUISIANA PURCHASE Note: HIST. EVENT:....1804 - LEWIS & CLARK EXPEDITION Note: MISC REC:.........1805 - PERSON CO., NC - ALSEY MENTIONED- WILL OF SAMUEL WINSTEAD Note: MISC REC:.........1806 - MECKLENBURG CO., VA - CHILD BIRTH - - YANCEY, SAMUEL Note: DEED REC:........1809 - GRANVILLE CO., NC - BILL OF SALE-SLAVES KATY & CHILDREN FRANK,FANNY,ANNA TO WILLIAM AMIS Note: DEED REC:........1810 - GRANVILLE CO., NC - BILL OF SALE - TO THOMAS APPLING - NEGRO SLAVE JIM Note: HIST. EVENT:....1812 - WAR OF 1812 Note: DEED REC:........1815 - GRANVILLE CO., NC - BILL OF SALE - NEGRO NAMED GRANDERSON TO WILLIAM LASSITER Note: TAX REC:..........1815 - MECKLENBURG CO., VA [] Note: WILL REC:.........1817 - MECKLENBURG CO., VA [ WB8P339,WB10P (INTESTATE)] Note: MISC REC:.........1817 - MECKLENBURG CO., VA - DEATH Note: MISC REC:.........1817 - UNKNOWN CO., - SPOUSE DEATH: ALICE OR ALCEY [WINSTEAD] Note: TAX REC:..........1820 - MECKLENBURG CO., VA [109 ACRES] Note: SEE WEBSITE: http://yanceyfamilygenealogy.org/probate/will_001.htm WILL Note: DESCENDANT/RESEARCHER: Riley, Tim - odin370@yahoo.com Note: SOURCES: CMLW|IGVA|JAOA-59-66|LCMG-116|RLPH|RMIJ|RTBY-3|YMRL-136|JOYA|KFGR|RJHW|PNCC|WEBB     Has Children ELIZABETH YANCEY b: ABT 1800 in MECKLENBURG CO., VA     Has No Children SUSANNA YANCEY b: ABT 1800 in MECKLENBURG CO., VA     Has Children JOSEPH YANCEY b: ABT 1802 in VIRGINIA     Has Children HENRIETTA YANCEY b: ABT 1804 in MECKLENBURG CO., VA     Has No Children SAMUEL YANCEY b: ABT 1806 in MECKLENBURG CO., VA ABSALOM YANCEY left no will - his estate records can be found in the above cited Will Books. But the Order Books of Mecklenburg County document his children: July 1824 Plaintiffs: WILLIAM NOBLIN and ELIZABETH his wife formerly ELIZABETH YANCEY, WILLIAM WILLIAMSON and RITTER [HENRIETTA] his wife formerly YANCEY and SUSANNAH YANCEY against Defendants: ALLICE YANCEY, widow and relict of ABSALOM YANCEY dec, ROBERT WILLIAMSON admn of the said ABSALOM YANCEY DECD. and JOSEPH YANCEY and SAMUEL YANCEY infants by RICHARD YANCEY their guardian and next friend. his children were: Elizabeth Yancey - Md William Noblin Susannah Yancey - Never married Joseph Yancey - Md (1) Susanna Wilkins (2) Martha Dunnavant Henrietta Yancey - Md William Williamson Samuel Yancey - Md Judith Palmer

[NI7825] Louisa Co, Book: I, Page: 253, Grantor: Yancey, Robert, Grantee: Hughes, W illiam, Date: 20-Nov-1796 Robert Yancey to William Hughes, both of Louisa, £167 for 900 acres. Corn er of William Ragland dec'd S 86 deg W 380 poles; White Oak near the he ad of a branch; N 4 deg W 381 poles to 3 small pines; N 86 deg E 380 pole s; 4 deg E 381 poles to beginning.

[NI7827] Book: H, Page: 357, Grantor: Pewed Hicks, Grantee: Charles Yancey, Date: 0 9-Feb-1784 [?] February 1784 Pewed Hicks to Charles Yancey. Hicks is grown old and in capable of transacting his business to advantage of his estate, sells to C harles Yancey in trust for 5 shillings all his estate during life of sd. H icks, 2 Negroes Tom and Banks, 3 horses, 2 mares, 1 colt, 8 cattle, 4 hog s, 4 sheep, 2 beds, crop of tobacco, etc. and plantation I live on contain ing 210 acres. In trust for my wife Temperance and my daughter Unity Hic ks and Lewis Ellis my wife's grandson and care and support of my Negroes T om and Banks, payment of all my debts for the life of Hicks only. Sig. Pea wd Hicks and Charles Yancey. Rec. 9 Feb 1784. Book: H, Page: 357, Grantor: Hix, Pewid, Grantee: Yancey, Charles, Date: 0 1-Feb-1784 Pewid HICKS of Louisa Co. to Charles YANCEY whereas Peawd HICKS is grown o ld incapable of transacting his private business to advantage & the manage ment of his estate hath sold his whole estate to Charles YANCEY for 5s dur ing his life & no longer to wit. 2 Negroes named Tom & Bands, also 3 horse s, 8 head cattle, 4 hogs, 4 sheep, 2 feather beds & furniture with all hou se hold stuff, crop or corn & tobacco also the plantation whereon I live c ontaining 210 acres with appurtenances in trust for the support of myse lf & my wife Temperance HICKS, my daughter Unity HICKS, & Lewis ELLIS my w ifes's grandson & the care & support of my said Negroes TOM & BANKS & t he payment of all my just debts by the most advantageous use that can be m ade of the estate given Charles YANCEY for no longer than my natural lif e. sig. Peawd HICKS & Charles YANCEY re. 9 Feb 1784 Book: H, Page: 357, Grantor: Pewid Hicks, Grantee: Charles Yancey, Date: 0 9-Feb-1784 [day blank] February 1784 Pewid Hicks of Louisa Co. to Charles Yancey wher eas Peawd Hicks is grown old incapable of transacting his private busine ss to advantage and the management of his estate hath sold his whole esta te to Charles Yancey for 5s during his life and no longer to wit. 2 Negro es named Tom and Banks, also 3 horses, 8 head cattle, 4 hogs, 4 sheep, 2 f eather beds & furniture with all house hold stuff, crop of corn & tobac co also the plantation whereon I live containing 210 acres with appurtenan ces in trust for the support of myself & my wife Temperance Hicks, my daug hter Unity Hicks, and Lewis Ellis my wife's grandson and the care and supp ort of my said Negroes Tom and Banks and the payment of all my just deb ts by the most advantageous use that can be made of the estate given Charl es Yancey for no longer than my natural life. sig. Peawd Hicks and Charl es Yancey. Rec. 9 Feb 1784.

[NI7830] A correspondent in Yancey-Medearis book states  his will was not recorded- -was contested by his children who  thought he was too old and incompete nt to write a will and that Richard H., who lived with his father,    w as getting too much, etc. (A Richard H. Yancey was listed as stude nt at    William and Mary College in 1790.)

[BI7831] Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 Name: «tab»Maggie C Nuckols Birth Date: «tab»3 Dec 1861 Birth County: «tab»Woodford Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Female Father's Name: «tab»C W Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»Jane Dadman County of Residence: «tab»Woodford

[DI7831] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 about Margaret Mickols Stockton Name: «tab»Margaret Mickols Stockton [Margaret Mickols Mickols] Death Date: «tab»21 Apr 1934 Age 72y 4m 20d Death Location: «tab»Madison Residence Location: «tab»Madison Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Spouse's name: «tab»R C Stockton Father's Name: «tab»C W Mickols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Jane Dedmon Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Informant Edward C Stockton COD Arthritis

[NI7834] A History of Masonry in Madison County, Kentucky 1812-1913, compiled  a nd written by Robert R. Burnam, 1914, p.  93. ROBERT CURTIS STOCKTON, son of Edward D. Stockton and Mary Curtis Stockton,  was born in Irvine, Kentucky, October 23, 1858.  He was brought when a  child to Richmond by his parents and has spent his whole life in this  community.  He was educated at the old Seminary, so often mentioned in  these narratives, and at Central University.  He began, before attaining  his majority, a successful business career and has enjoyed for many years  the friendship of all who know him.  He was appointed postmaster in 1913 by  President Wilson and now "dispenses" the mails to the citizens of our city. A most popular appointment.  Sir Stockton has always been a most  enthusiastic Mason, giving of his time and means for the cause.  He was  made a Master Mason March 4, 1892; elected Master December 27, 1887;  exalted a Royal Arch Mason in 1882; elected High Priest of his Chapter  September, 188 8, and has been reelected three times; created a Knight  Templar July, 188 2; elected Eminent Commander in 1889.  He was elected  Treasurer of the Grand Commandery of Kentucky at its annual conclave May, 1905, and still holds that position.  He is also a Shriner and a member of  the Consistory.  There have been few members of the Order who ha ve served  it more faithfully or who have received more deservedly the honors given  him than Robert C. Stockton.  He married in 1883 Miss Margaret Nuckols of Woodford County, Kentucky.

[DI7834] Name:  «tab»Robt C Stockton Death Date: «tab»29 Dec 1924 Death Location: «tab»Madison Residence Location: «tab»Madison Age: «tab»66-2-6 Occ-Druggist Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»23 Oct 1858 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Edward Stockton Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Mary C Curtis Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Inf- E C Stockton Burial 1/1/1925 Richmond, KY

[NI7837] A History of Masonry in Madison County, Kentucky 1812-1913, compiled  and written by Robert R. Burnam, 1914, p.  104. EDWARD C. STOCKTON, the son of Robert C. Stockton and Margaret Nuckols  St ockton, was born in Richmond November 11, 1884.  His father and  grandfather were both made Masons in Richmond Lodge No. 25, so it was  natural that when just past twenty-one he should have sought for the light  which flows from the East.  He completed his education at Danville and on  returning from college became associated with his father in the drug  business, corner of Second and Main streets.  (The location is given  because for sev enty-five years this historic corner has been occupied by  druggists.)  M r. Stockton is popular and enjoys the confidence of all who  know him.  He served as Master from December, 1909 to December, 1910,

[DI7837] Name:  «tab»Edward Claiborne Stockton Death Date: «tab»21 Oct 1937 Death Location: «tab»Madison Residence Location: «tab»Madison Age: «tab»52 - 11-10 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»11 Nov 1884 Birth Location: «tab»Richmond, Kentucky Spouse's name: «tab»Mary Stockton Father's Name: «tab»Robert Curtis Stockton Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Margaret Nuckols Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Occ-Pharmasist Informant Mary Stockton COD Phenol Poisoning

[NI7846] Name:    Amanda Johnson SSN:    440-48-1981 Last Residence:    73065  Newcastle, Mcclain, Oklahoma, United States of A merica Born:    30 Jan 1901 Died:    May 1980 State (Year) SSN issued:    Oklahoma (1963 )

[DI7847] U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935 SSN: «tab»443-20-0758 Last Residence: «tab»73107  Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma,  Born: «tab»26 Aug 1900 Died: «tab»Jan 1967 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Oklahoma (Before 1951)

[HI7849] (Research):California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Delie Mae Flynn [Delie Mae Nuckolas] Social Security #: 448146980 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 3 Apr 1905 Birthplace: Kentucky Death Date: 23 Oct 1983 Death Place: San Bernardino Mother's Maiden Name: Morris Father's Surname: Nuckolas

[DI7850] California Death Index, 1940-1997 about John T Flynn Name: «tab»John T Flynn Social Security #: «tab»443107768 Sex: «tab»MALE Birth Date: «tab»16 Mar 1904 Birthplace: «tab»Oklahoma Death Date: «tab»23 Jun 1977 Death Place: «tab»San Bernardino

[NI7854] Possible this is William,,, U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: William F Nuckols Birth Year: 1928 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Oklahoma State: Oklahoma County or City: Pottawatomie Enlistment Date: 11 Jul 1946 Enlistment State: Oklahoma Enlistment City: Oklahoma City Branch: Air Corps Grade: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for Hawaiian Department Component: Regular Army (including Officers, Nurses, Warrant Officers, a nd Enlisted Men) Source: Enlisted Man, Regular Army, after 3 months of Discharge Education: 1 year of high school Civil Occupation: Carpenter, General or Dental Laboratory Technician (Dent al technician. ) or Physics Laboratory Assistant or X- Ray Technician (X-r ay photographer.) or Dental Hygienist or Medical Technician or Chemical La boratory Assistant Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 00  Weight: 005 William Franklin Nuckols Feb 25, 2001 Shawneee Online Lifelong Shawnee resident William "Bill" Franklin Nuckols, 70, died Frid ay in Shawnee. He was born July 20, 1930, in Shawnee, the son of William Henry and Bonn ie Bell (Long) Nuckols. He worked as a storm monitor for REACT and serv ed with the Army Air Force. Nuckols was preceded in death by his parent Survivors include his sons, Charles Nuckols of Shawnee and Kenneth Nucko ls of McAlester; daughter, Vickie Harrell of Ada; grandchildren, Daniel, T amra and Savannah, all of Ada; brothers and sisters-in-law, Charles and Ge neva Nuckols of Fort Collins, Colo., and Jack and Lupe Nuckols of Northrid ge, Calif., and his sister and brother-in-law, Josephine and Raymond Lane of Shawnee. Graveside service will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at Tecumseh Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Cooper Funeral Home of Tecumse h.

[XI7854] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about William Nuckols Name: «tab»William Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»20 Jul 1930 Death Date: «tab»23 Feb 2001 SSN: «tab»447223964 Branch 1: «tab»ARMY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»11 Jul 1946 Release Date 1: «tab»26 Dec 1946

[DI7855] Shawnee News-Star Shawnee resident Joseph Elizabeth Lane departed this life Thursday Jan 3, 2008 in Shawnee at the age of 75. Josephine was born Nov 2, 1932 inShawnee to WIlliam Henry and Boniie Bell (Long) Nuckols. She married Raymond Eugene Lane Aug 8, 1956 in Sallisaw. She was preceded in death by her parents; one daughter and one brother. Survivors include her husband, Raymond Eugene Lane of the home, sons and daughters in law, James Gilbert of Macomb and Darrell and Shannon Lane of Mc Leod; daughters and sons-in-law Ruby and Wayne Rath of Macomb; Carrol and Lony Marshall of California, and Darla Cole of Texas; brothers and sister-in-law Charles Nuckols of Colordo and Jack and Lupe Nuckols of California; eight  grandchildren and several great grandchildren. Graveside service will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Jameson Cemetery with the Rev. Eugenia Baterton officiating. The family will gather prior to the service at parks Brothers Funeral Chapel in Meeker at 9:15.am.

[NI7862] Daily Oklahoman, The (Oklahoma City, OK) - August 24, 1997 Deceased Name: NUCKOLS, Donnie Ray NUCKOLS, Donnie Ray, 58. Graveside services Monday, Lexington (Little's, P urcell). Name: Donnie R. Nuckols SSN: 442-40-1659 Last Residence: 73505  Lawton, Comanche, Oklahoma, United States of Ameri ca Born: 7 Sep 1938 Last Benefit: 73505  Lawton, Comanche, Oklahoma, United States of Ameri Died: 22 Aug 1997 State (Year) SSN issued: Oklahoma (1956-1957 )

[DI7863] Dallas Morning News 8/2/1954 Man Faces Charge in Auto Slaying Shawnee Okla (UP) - Murder charges will be filed Monday against a 25 year old oil-field roughneck in the death of a man impaled by his hood ornament of a charging automobile, officers said Sunday. The alleged "auto slaying" followed an argument over a $10 gambling debt at the home of the car owners estranged wife, Assistant Pottawatomie County Attorney John Little Green said. Levi Nuckols, 42 of nearby Prague was struck and killed by the car a few minutes after the argument, the prosecutor said. Don Howe, 25, was held and will be charged as soon as county office open Monday, Green said. The attorney said Nuckols claimed to have won $10 from Howe in a bridge game at a domino parlor here Saturday afternoon. Howe allegedly refused to pay. The two went to the Howe home four miles north of here and a scuffle followed. Nuckols allegedly took clothing from the Howe auto, parked in front of the house, and started to walk away. "This fellow Nuckols got Howe's clothes apparently to get value of the $10" Green said. "Howe got in the car and just ran him down." Witnesses said Nuckols was struck head on and the hood ornament pierced his chest killing him instantly. He was knocked fifty-nine feet.

[NI7864] Shawnee resident Dora Jo Huggins died Monday in a local hospital. She w as 82.Mrs. Huggins was born on April 8, 1917, in Walnut Springs, Texa s, to Joe and Flora Amelia (Young) Bradley.She attended school in Texas a nd New Mexico.She married Levi Nuckols on June 16, 1936, in Tucumcari, N. M. He preceded her in death. She later married A.B. Huggins on Nov. 10, 19 57, in Okemah. He also preceded her in death.Mrs. Huggins worked as an Av on sales representative for 25 years in Prague. She had lived in Shawnee f or the past 13 years.She was a longtime member of the Pentecostal Holine ss Church in Prague, where she served as a Sunday school teacher in the nu rsery class. Mrs. Huggins was a member of the Avon President's Club, and the Prague Hos pital Volunteer Auxiliary.She was preceded in death by her parents, Joe a nd Flora Bradley; three sisters; a brother; a grandchild; and a great-gran dchild. Survivors include her three daughters and sons-in-law, Eugenia and Aust in Batterton, Hartshorne; Kayron and Arthur Devereaux, Shawnee; Betty Jo a nd Clair Hehnly, Shawnee; a son and daughter-in-law, Larry James and Peg gy Nuckols, Oklahoma City; four stepsons and five stepdaughters; 11 grandc hildren; 31 great-grandchildren; and seven great-great-grandchildren.Servi ces will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Downtown Pentecostal Holiness Church w ith Eugenia Batterton officiating.Burial will be in Resthaven Memorial Par k, under the direction of Gaskill-Owens Funeral Chapel, Shawnee. Wednesday, February 23, 2000 Shawnee News Star, Shawnee Oklahoma

[NI7870] Name:    Lelvia Rackley SSN:    447-60-3956 Last Residence:    74801  Shawnee, Pottawatomie, Oklahoma, United Stat es of America Born:    15 Nov 1915 Died:    Nov 1986 State (Year) SSN issued:    Oklahoma (1971 )

[NI7871] Name:    Leo Rackley SSN:    447-16-3794 Last Residence:    74801  Shawnee, Pottawatomie, Oklahoma, United Stat es of America Born:    19 Sep 1916 Died:    Nov 1974 State (Year) SSN issued:    Oklahoma (Before 1951 )

[DI7872] Daily Oklahoman, The (Oklahoma City, OK) - February 15, 2001 Deceased Name: Major George Matthew Nuckols NUCKOLS Major George Matthew Nuckols, U.S. Army Retired, age 83, died Fe b. 13, 2001. Born Dec.13, 1917 to Charles & Elizabeth Nuckols. Matt grew up in Shawnee, OK. He served in the U.S. Army during WWII in the South Pacific. He completed 20 years of service. Then, Matt & family mov ed to Flagstaff, AZ, where he was the owner of the Amber Sky Motel. In 196 5, Matt & Annie returned to Oklahoma and resided in Moore. He enjoyed gard ening & spending time with his grandchildren. For 25 years he attended OU football games. Matt and Annie were married for 59 years. Matt is su rvived by his wife, Annie Nuckols; a son Darryl Nuckols & wife Cindy; a da ughter, Georganne Thomas & husband Alex; 5 grandchildren, Amy Bixler, Keith Thomas, Andrea Thomas, Natalie Tennent, Brennon Nuckols; a great-grands on, Derek Bixler and many other family members. Services will be held at 1 1:00 AM, Friday, Feb.16, 2001 at The John M. Ireland Funeral Home & Chap el in Moore, with Dr. Rick Hermansen officiating. A military burial servi ce with full military honors will follow at Oklahoma Veterans Union Soldie rs Cemetery, 36th & Martin Luther King Blvd. Services are under the direct ion of the John M. Ireland Funeral Home & Chapel, Moore. Name: George M. Nuckols SSN: 720-07-9587 Last Residence: 73160  Oklahoma City, Cleveland, Oklahoma, United Stat es of America Born: 13 Dec 1917 Died: 13 Feb 2001 State (Year) SSN issued: Railroad Board (Issued Through) (Before 1951 )

[NI7873] New York Passenger Lists Name: Annie W Nuckols Arrival Date: 18 Jul 1955 Port of Departure: Le Havre, France Ship Name: United States Port of Arrival: New York, New York Nativity: Oklahoma Birth Location: Oklahoma Daily Oklahoman, The (Oklahoma City, OK) - September 3, 2002 Deceased Name: Annie William Metcalf Nuckols NUCKOLS Annie William Metcalf Nuckols died Aug. 31, 2002 in OKC. Mrs. Nuck ols was born in Bokchito, OK, Oct. 9, 1919. She graduated from Holdenvil le High School and attended Cameron Jr. College. She met George Matthew Nu ckols, her soldier sweetheart, in Shawnee. The bombing of Pearl Harb or on Dec. 7, 1941, precipitated their marriage on Dec. 14, 1941. They h ad a daughter, Georganne, born Oct. 2, 1942 and a son, Darryl Bruce, bo rn June 11, 1944. Following WWII, Annie and children traveled with Mat t, a career Army Officer, to Japan, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Germany & Mass achusetts. After Matt's retirement, they lived in Flagstaff and Scottsdal e, AZ. In 1965, Matt and Annie moved to Moore, OK. Annie was an avid OU fo otball fan. She enjoyed sewing for her grandchildren when they were youn g. She enjoyed being with her family, shopping, and playing card games. S he was a dear and devoted wife, mother, grandmother and sister. She lov ed to send greeting cards to family and friends. She was a kind, considera te and gracious lady. She offered up prayers for all those she loved. H er family is so fortunate to have been loved and nurtured by a truly speci al woman. She was preceded in death by her husband, George M. Nuckols, Moo re; her parents, Harry & Eva Metcalf, Hol denville; sisters, Alga Bray, Se minole; Oleta Gentry, Del City; & brother H.N. Metcalf, Grass Valley, C A. Survivors include daughter, Georganne Thomas & husband Alex, OKC; so n, Darryl Bruce Nuckols & wife, Cindy, Yukon; granddaughters, Amy Bixl er & husband Dan, OKC; Andrea Skelton & husband T.J., Piedmont, Natalie Te nnent & husband Scott, Norman & Brennon Nuckols, Yukon; grandson, Keith Th omas, Austin, TX; great-grandson, Derek Bixler, OKC; sister, Marjorie Carl ow & husband Kay, Pascagoula, MS; aunt, May Alexander, Hugo, OK; numero us nieces, nephews, cousins & a host of friends. Services will be held, Tu es., Sept. 3 at 2:00 PM, at Metropolitan Baptist Church, 7201 W. Britton R d., OKC, with Dr. Rick Hermansen officiating. Burial service will foll ow at Oklahoma Veterans Union Soldiers Cemetery, 36th & Martin Luther Ki ng Blvd., OKC. Services will be directed by the John M. Ireland Funeral Ho me & Chapel, Moore Name: Annie Nuckols SSN: 448-09-2976 Last Residence: 73099  Yukon, Canadian, Oklahoma, United States of Ameri ca Born: 9 Oct 1919 Died: 31 Aug 2002 State (Year) SSN issued: Oklahoma (Before 1951 )

[NI7881] Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - September 24, 1995 Deceased Name: Nuckols, Ms. Joan E. Nuckols, Ms. Joan E., 50, of Sandston, a loan processor for First Virgin ia Bank. Name: Joan E. Nuckols SSN: 231-60-3618 Born: 26 Jan 1945 Died: 22 Sep 1995 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1962 ) Robert Justice Johnston, 76, of 9640 Chatham Road in Martinsville's Mounta in Valley community, died Thursday, Sept. 30, 1999, at his home. He w as a World War II Army veteran, and worked at Dupont more than 33 years be fore retiring. He also was a beekeeper. He was a member of Valley Chapel P entecostal Holiness Church. Born May 12, 1923, in the Mountain Valley sect ion of Henry County, he was the son of the late Thomas Johnston and Matt ie Fowlkes Johnston. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Callie Finn ey and Pearl Finney, and two brothers, Noel T. and Andrew Johnston. Surviv ing are his wife, Aileen Bryant Johnston of the home; six daughters, Jo an J. Nuckols of Callands, Judy J. Garrett of Axton, Brenda J. Deal of Cha tham, Martha J. Hatchett of Collinsville, Becky J. Santiago of Tyrone, Ga ., and Lisa J. Walker of Danville; two sons, Dennis Johnston and Michael J ohnston, both of Martinsville; three sisters, Alice Donovant of Altavist a, Eva Reynolds of Sandy Level, and Georgia Prillaman of Martinsvill e; 12 grandchildren; and one great-granddaughter. The funeral will be he ld Saturday at 2 p.m. at Valley Chapel Pentecostal Holiness Church. Offici ating will be the Revs. Harry Johnston, Haywood Alcorn, Harry Meadow and J ack Coe. Burial will follow in the Johnston family cemetery in Mountain Va lley. Memorials may be made to the Valley Chapel Pentecostal Holiness Church Bui lding Fund, 1146 Rives Road, Martinsville, Va. 24112. Collins Funeral Serv ices in Bassett is in charge of arrangements. The family will receive friends at Bassett Funeral Services chapel fr om 7 to 9 p.m. today.

[NI7925] Parentage proven beyond a doubt; however,  Sufficient facts support locati on and census names. Middle intial was probably mohters maiden name Prosiz e. Need to document with further evidence John Nuckles Tazewell Co, VA pg 47 110001-221101 (Hardin born 1809) 1848.  Deed Book No. 9, page 508. Andrew P. Moore and Nancy, his wife, conveyed to William T. Moore, Wad dy T. Curren, Wesley Gibson, William G. W. Curren, Harden Nuckles, and Tho mas G. Witten, Trustees, "a certain lot of land in Abbs Valley, Beginni ng on the line of said Andrew P. Moore and Waddy T. Curren, etc., ...for u se of the members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South."  (Vo l. 1, p. 310) 1851.  D. B. 10, p. 306 Francis Tabor and Mary (Polly), his wife, conveyed to Wm. G. W. Currin, Wa ddy P. Currin, James Mars, Jr., Moses Belcher, James Tabor, Francis Tabo r, Harden Nuckles, Wesley Gibson and Richard Tabor, Trustees, a certain l ot of land on the South side of Valley Ridge, containing two and three qua rters acres, for the use of the members of the  Methodist Episcopal Chur ch South.  (Vol. 1, p. 310) Family Researcher Peggy Nuckles 600 W. Pine St. Warrensburg, MO 64093 From: PegKnuckl@aol.com Jim Archibald [mailto:jimarch@shaw.ca] shirleym@m3internet.com nonielodge@shaw.ca Noreen Lodge Elaine Lani616@aol.com Joseph Runyan, (14.Isaac4, 9.Joseph3, 5.Thomas2, 1.Vincent1) b. ___ 17 81 in Montgomery Co, VA, USA.  He married Nancy JACOBS, married 24 Jul 18 09 in Montgomery Co, VA, USA, b. ___ 1782 in Montgomery Co, VA, USA, d. _ __ 1848 in Tazewell Co, VA, USA.  Joseph died ___ 1852 in Tazewell Co, V A, USA, buried: in Tazewell Co, VA, USA.  Probate of Joseph and his son st arted in Dec 1852.  On 29 Dec 1852, his son-in-law Hardin Knuckles was app ointed administrator of the estate of Joseph Runion (deceased) plus admini strator of the estate of John Runion. The Court Order Book for the July te rm 1853, had Hardin Nuckles refusing to give security as an administrat or of the Runion estates. Name: Hardin Nuckles Birth Date: 06 Aug 1809 Death Date: 01 Sep 1881 Cemetery: Johnstown Cemetery Description: Located at the edge of the village of Johnstown, Mo. Cemetery Recerds of Bates County, Missouri Volume VII

[NI7926] Mrs. Elizabeth K., widow of Harden Nuckles, deceased, departed this li fe at 12 o'clock, noon, Saturday July 6th, aged 77 years, 5 months and 5 d ays. Deceased died at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. T. V. Long, near Mays burg, Bates County, after a brief illness of only four or five days. She w as taken sick on Tuesday, but no alarming symptoms were developed until lT hursday, July 4th, when she became dangerously ill and all the relatives w ere notified. None however were able to reach her previus to death but h er daughterinlaw Mrs. J. B. Nuckes of Brownington Mo. The interment took p lace at 4:30 p.m. Sunday at Johnstown cemetry; the remains being plac ed by those of her husband. The children arriving in time to accompany t he remains to their last resting place were: Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Nuckles, Brownington, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Lusk, Appleton City, Mo. Mrs. R. A. Long, Collins, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Long at whose residence she died. M. G. Nuckles of Grandin, Mo. Those who could not be advised of their sad bereavement were: N. J. Nuckles, Trenton, Mo. Wm. H. Nuckles, Carroll Co., Mo. Mrs. J. C. Coleman, Peola, Washington Ty. Mrs. Nuckles was born Feby. 1st, 1812, in Tazwell Co. Va, and was unit ed in marriage to Harden Nuckles in 1835; this union resulting in the bir th of ten children, five boys and five girls; Eight fo these, four of eac h, still survive and mourn the loss of a mother. The family imigrated to G rundy Co., Mo, in 1852 thence to Bates Co., in 1865, where Mr. Nuckles di ed Sept. 1st 1881. Both Mr. and Mrs. Nuckles professed religion in early l ife and united with the Methodist church, continuing firm and steadfa st in the faith and happy in the consciousness of living christian lives f or over half a century, entering the dark valley of the shadow of death wi th a firm faith in Christ's salvation and of rest and peace beyond death a nd the grave which, for them, had no sting nor terror. While sorrowing chi ldren mourn the loss of a fond and loving mother, the burden of their gri ef should be greatly mellowed and lightened by the knowledge that s he is at rest; that her burden and her sorrows and troubles have ended. T he fond, loving mother, whose last few years of widowed life wre full of t ears and sorrow and lonliness, has been taken by Him who heals all sorr ow and all lpain to receive the just reward of the finally faithful who d ie in the Lord. Name: Elizabeth Kindred Nuckles Birth Date: 01 Feb 1812 Death Date: 06 Jul 1889 his w. Cemetery: Johnstown Cemetery Description: Located at the edge of the village of Johnstown, Mo. Cemetery Recerds of Bates County, Missouri Volume VII

[XI7926] In the Missouri Abstracts a Elizabeth Kindred NUCKLES born Feb. 1, 1812 died Jul. 6, 1889 is buried in Johnstown Cemetery, Johnston (Bates Co.), MO.

[NI7928] Tombstone reads born 1835 Urich June 1890 Location: Urich  Description: Miscellaneous News The R. J. Hurley Lumber Corn pany is well located and stocked with about $ 4000 worth of Boards. J. B. Nuckles, a hard one to beat when it come to business, has char ge of the yard, and it is a caution to see him rustle. In June, for instan ce, he re-ceived 1o cars lumber and sold as many, and so on. He inform ed us that W. W. Morlan, J. P. McFarland, 0. P.. Tompkins and B. N. Stewa rt were erecting commodious residences and that others would soon follow t heir example.

[NI7930] Co L, 7th MO S.M. Cav 2nd Mo S Cav       CW Pension App #534628 filed 3/12/1895       3rd and 4 th Cal 1880 Grundy Co, Lincoln, MO pg360 Newton KNUCKLES   Self   M   Male   W   38   WV   Farmer   WV   WV Mary S. KNUCKLES   Wife   M   Female   W   34   MO   Keeps Hou se   IL   KY Sarah E. KNUCKLES   Dau   S   Female   W   12   MO      WV   MO Jesse L. KNUCKLES   Son   S   Male   W   9   MO      WV   MO Una A. KNUCKLES   Dau   S   Female   W   4   MO      WV   MO Emma C. KNUCKLES   Dau   S   Female   W   2   MO      WV   MO

[NI7931] Descendants found on WFT Vol 16 Tree#1306 John C Hauf 1750 Packsaddle Dr Jackson, Wyoming 83001

[NI7932] Researcher nonielodge@shaw.ca Noreen Lodge Enlisted as a Private on 24 May 1864 at the age of 18 Enlisted in Company G, 46th Infantry Regiment Iowa on 10 June 1864. Mustered out CoG, 46th Infantry Regiment Iowa on 23 September 1864 in Dave nport, IA Applied for CW pension 4/7/1893 in Arkansas # 1149062 Widow Rebecca C filed for widows pension 11/22/1893 #586554-420893

[DI7934] Name: «tab»Theodosa Victoria Long Coleman Death Date: «tab»07 Feb 1914 Death Place: «tab»Asotin County, Washington Gender: «tab»Female Race (Displayed on Form): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»62 years 8 months 1 day Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1852 Birth Date: «tab» Birth Place: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Harden Nuchles Father's Birth Place: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Elizabeth Runion 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»1992188 Digital GS Number: «tab»4220915 Image Number: «tab»300 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»6 Source Citation "Washington Death Certificates, 1907-1960," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3LD-359 : accessed 29 April 2012), Harden Nuchles in entry for Theodosa Victoria Long Coleman (1914).

[NI7937] 1900 Census is her children by a former marriage Flora Lawrence b 1883 Enda b 2/1891

[NI7938] This family lineage descendants from WFT Vol 6 Tree 3051

[NI7958] Son of John Cosby II and Sarah. This line , too long to be included in this book, can be traced back to Robert Cossibey of England born 1283. Lineage can be found at the Nuckolls Official Website.

[NI8008] 1860 Fremont Co, Sidney, IA Harvey G Bourne 35 VA Frances, 33 VA Mary 10 VA Houston, 5 IA Thomas Churchill 25 Eng Henry Leonly 19 IN Betty Nuckolls, 13 VA Sena Nuckolls, 18 VA Cannot locate her beyond 1870 Census.

[DI8009] Mary F Nuckolls, age 73 CADI Los Angeles CA died 5/6/1912

[NI8010] From family history written by Harlan Yager Smith "I Am Because They Were" The Virginia Ancestors of Elisabeth Leona Borchers by her granddaughter. (Elisabeth Leona Borchers Sweetser) "Fannie was the dressmaker who came to our home often and gave us a gas stove when we got gas for our Van Nuys home."

[DI8010] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Fannie Nuckles Hovey [Fannie Nuckles Nuckles] Social Security #: 0 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 14 Feb 1859 Birthplace: Nebraska Death Date: 23 Jun 1940 Death Place: Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: Hawke Father's Surname: Nuckles

[NI8013] From family history written by Harlan Yager Smith "I Am Because They Were" The Virginia Ancestors of Elisabeth Leona Borchers by her granddaughter. (Elisabeth Leona Borchers Sweetser) He worked for years for the Los Angeles Examiner newspaper

[DI8013] Name: Donald Hovey SSN: 562-10-6577 Last Residence: 92651  Laguna Beach, Orange, California, United Stat es of America Born: 28 Jul 1889 Died: Oct 1966 State (Year) SSN issued: California (Before 1951 ) California Death Index, 1940-1997 about Donald C Hovey Name: Donald C Hovey Social Security #: 462106577 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 28 Jul 1889 Birthplace: Nebraska Death Date: 21 Oct 1966 Death Place: Orange Mother's Maiden Name: Nuckolls

[NI8016] IOLA QUIT HIGH SCHOOL IN 1880 TO TEACH AT SECOND WARD GRAMMER SCHOOL. IN 1 882 SHE WAS PROMOTED TO PRINCIPAL OF SECOND WARD SCHOOL. LIZZIE MORTON STEINHA RT WAS A BRIDESMAID AT THEIR WEDDING, AND ATTENDED HER WHEN SHE DIED IN 1905.

[NI8019] Louisa Co Guardian Bond p73 GDN BOND George Lumsden Gdn to Mary Garland and John Duke Orphans of C osby Duke Dec'd; L10,000 currt. money of Va.; Sec. William Terrell, Robe rt Barrett, Junr. 12 Jan 1778 p 118-119 ACCT of John duke with Geo. Lumsden, Gdn. 1778-1783. Saddle, ca lf skin, knife; pd. Mr. Pettit L60; pd. Alexander McClarin L4.10 Agreeab le to the order of Louisa Ct. of Sept last we have examined an settled t he acct. of George Lumsden Gdn. of John Duke and find a bal. of L1.7-6 d ue from the sd. orphan. 11 Sept 1783. Robert Dabney, Sam Ragland, George P ottie pg 133-134 Gdn Bond Edmond Hawkins Gdn to John Duke orphan od Cosby Duke d ec'd; L5,000 currt money; Sec. Robert Dabney and John Hawkins 14 Feb 178 5: Wit: John Poindexter Jr. pg169-170 GDN BOND John Yancey, Gdn to John G Duke orphan of Cosby Duke De c'd; L2,000 currt. money; Sec. William O Callis 12 Feb 1787 Book: I, Page: 21, Grantor: John G. Duke and wife, Betty, Grantee: Matth ew Grubbs, Date: 09-Aug-1794 John G. Duke and wife, Betty, of Louisa to Matthew Grubbs of same £120 la nd we now live on adjoining River, Smith. in trust. Duke owing Grubbs £ 60 Wit. Benjamin Moss, Thomas W. Cosby, Polly I. Yancey, James Luck, Jo hn Hawkins. Rec. 13 Oct 1794.

[NI8020] p73 GDN BOND George Lumsden Gdn to Mary Garland and John Duke Orphans of C osby Duke Dec'd; L10,000 currt. money of Va.; Sec. William Terrell, Robe rt Barrett, Junr. 12 Jan 1778 Louisa Co Guardian Bonds p 118 ACCT of Mary Garland Duke by Capt. Geo. Lum sden Gdn. 1 large painted chest; half calf skin; Cash equal to 4.0.0. Re t. 1783 Agreeable to the Order of Louisa Ct. of Sept last we have examin ed and settled of Geo. Lumsden Gdn. of Mary Garland Duke and find a b al of L410s 3d. 11 Sept 1783. Robert Dabney, Sam'l Ragland, Geo. Pottie

[NI8024] 1850 Louisa Co, VA pg 370 151-151 Mrs Elizabeth Duke, 54 Annie 15 Thomas Richardson 42 Mary E 26 William 6 Franklin 4 Sallie 1 152-152- Rice Swift 32 Anne E 31 Susan Ann 7 Thomasia 6 Charles 5 Richard 2 Sarah 1 153-153 Thomas Duke 58 Jane 45 Sarah 29 Frederick 22 Mildred 11 Luther 9 154-154 William Duke, 40, living alone

[NI8042] Charles was listed as slave owner to the birth of a male born to Caroline Oct 1862 and Mary Ellis born to Rose 1/2/1859 both in Louisa Co, VA

[HI8042] (Research):It might be possible that Charles was married earlier.  Close by in 1880 census Lousia Co, Jackson, OH was this family: 1880 Census Place: Jackson, Louisa, Virginia       Source: FHL Film 12553 76 National Archives Film T9-1376 Page 107C    Jas. A. NUCKOLLS Self M M W 24 VA Occ: FarmerFa: VA Mo: VA        Adeline M. NUCKOLLS Wife F M W 26 VA Fa: VA Mo: VA        Aubrey E. NUCKOLLS Son M S W 2 VA Fa: VA Mo: VA      Ethel NUCKOLLS Dau F S W 11M VA Fa: VA Mo: VA Later census show this James has a brother Robert b 1859, a sister Alba born 1857. They all migrated to Allegheney Co VA

[BI8044] Name: «tab»Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»11 Aug 1868 Birthplace: «tab»Louisa, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Chas. Y. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»V. 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 141 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5VZ-22K : accessed 6 April 2012), Nuckolls (1868).

[NI8046] Date: April 5, 1906 and April 3rd Paper: Dallas Morning News Furniture, fixtures and lease of 2 and one-half years on Rice Hotel, El Ca mpo, for sale. Address S J Nuckols, El Campo

[NI8051] Source of West family from "Old Southern Bible Records" Complied by Memo ry Lester, Gen Pub Co 1974, page 330 (Copy in my files)

[NI8052] 1900 Hill Co, TX Pct 2, pg 139 John V Wood b 1/1853, age 46, GA GA GA Lula J, wife, 4/1870,30, Married 5 years, 7 children, 5 living Ira A, son, 4/1883, 17, S AL AL AL Ophelia, dau, 4/1885,15,S, AL AL AL Ruth L, dau, 1/1897 AL AL AL Beulah, dau, 6/1899 AL AL AL Nuckols, Minnie M, step dau, 3/1888 Nuckols, Arthur L, stepson, 3/1889 Nuckols, Jessie T, stepdau, 10/1892 Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Iverson, Hill, Texas; Roll: T62 4_1564; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 161; Image: 395. Lulu Woods 39  divorced 9/5 AL AL AL Roy Woods 20  son AL Jessie Woods 19  dau AL Ruthy Woods 19  dau TX Beaulah Woods 10  dau TX

[DI8052] Name: «tab»Lula Jane Woods Death Date: «tab»24 Jun 1941 Death Place: «tab»Hillsboro, Hill, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»71 years 2 months 2 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»22 Apr 1870 Birthplace: «tab»Tuscaloosa, Alabama Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Marion Taylor Father's Birthplace: «tab»Alabama Mother's Name: «tab»Martha Tierce Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Alabama Occupation: «tab»Housewife Place of Residence: «tab»Hillsboro, Hill, Texas Cemetery: «tab»Itasca Burial Place: «tab»Itasca, Texas Burial Date: «tab»26 Jun 1941 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2138611 Digital Film Number: «tab»4030497 Image Number: «tab»3067 Reference Number: «tab»cn 28085 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDK6-1R7 : accessed 4 May 2012), Lula Jane Woods, 1941.

[NI8053] Family researcher Margaret B Miller almb@bellsouth.net

[DI8054] Name: «tab»Donie Waldrop Nuckols Death Date: «tab»16 Sep 1970 Death Place: «tab»Cleburne, Johnson, Texas Johnson Co, Memorial Hosp Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»wh Death Age: «tab»88 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab»5-13-1882 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Alabama Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Ezekiel Waldrop Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»unk Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Housewife Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Grandview Burial Place: «tab»Grandview, TX Burial Date: «tab»9/18/1970 Additional Relatives: «tab»Inf- E L Nuckols Film Number: «tab»2218906 Digital Film Number: «tab»4169090 Image Number: «tab»2927 Reference Number: «tab»65740 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J6ZM-S1S : accessed 4 May 2012), Donie Waldrop Nuckols, 1970.

[NI8058] First Families of Albermarle Co, VA JOHN BURNLEY, an Englishman who lived in Hanover Co.,   returned to Engla nd in 1771, leaving in Va. a will of that  date, but making another wi ll in England in 1778. In both he   bequesthed property to his son ZACHARA IH and to daughters,  ELIZABETH and KEZIAH, who were both married to DUKE S. A         litigation followed and was protracted 50 years. HARDIN   BUR NLEY, a brother or son of JOHN obtained patents for land   in Albemarle fr om 1749-1764. ZACHARIAH, probably the one   already mentioned, purchased l and from DR. ARTHUR HOPKINS   nearly 1500 acres, which HARDIN had patente d, but forfeited  for non-payment of quit-rents. In 1788 he also purchas ed  400 acres, which he sold to PETER CLARKSON. NICHOLAS MILLS   convey ed to JAMES BURNLEY a considerable tract of land. A        REUBEN BURNL EY was the owner of some lots in  Charlottesville, and with his wife, HARR IET, sold them in  1806 to DR. CHARLES EVERETT. A JAMES BURNLEY had 80 acr es  that he left to his wife ANN. He left a dau. MARY, who   married 1. JO HN L. O’NEAL and 2. DANIEL PIPER. ANN later  sold her property to ALONZO G OOCH in 1837. Part of the land  was called BURNLEY’S SPRING, there is no d oubt that all the  BURNLEY’S in this area are somehow related. SETH marri ed  ANN, dau of HORSLEY GOODMAN and died in 1857. He was    succeeded by h is son, JAMES H. who married MILDRED, dau of JOHN L. BOWCOCK. NICHOLAS mar ried SUSAN. dau of JAMES HARRIS  and left 2 sons, JAMES HARRIS and JOEL w ho moved to Ohio,  and a dau. MARY, wife of JOHN T. WOOD. SAMUEL, son of H ENRY  BURNLEY, was a teacher, he married MARTHA, dau of his  cousin, NATHA NIEL. He died in 1875. A sister of SAMUEL,  MILDRED, was the wife of CRENS HAW FRETWELL, and 4 of his  neices the wives of JUDGE GEORGE P. HUGHS, JAM ES F. BURNLEY,     A.J. WOOD and J.R. WINGFIELD. NATHANIEL, son of JOH N,  settled in Stoney Point. In 1829 he went into partnership   with RI CE W. WOOD. He bought land from JOHN M. PERRY. In    1811 he married SARA H, dau of DRURY WOOD and his children    were JAMES F.; WILLIAM; HORACE; M ARTHA, wife of SAMUEL    BURNLEY; LUCY, wife of CHARLES VEST; MARY J., wi fe of DR  GARLAND A GARTH; EMILY, wife of BURWELL GARTH and CORNELIA,  wi fe of JAMES P. RAlLY. NATHANIELS sister ELIZABETH, married  HUDSON FRETWE LL in 1816. NATHANIEL died in 1860.

[NI8062] Another source gives wife as Elizabeth Coles Another source gives wife as Joan Wilson

[NI8075] First Duke of Sommerset and Lord Protector of England. Descendant of Edwa rd I, King of England 1272-1307

[NI8094] 6th Earl of Gloucester

[NI8096] Known as the Red Earl, 9th Earl of Clare, 7th Earl of Hartford, 5th Ea rl of Gloucester

[NI8097] Born during the Third Crusade From Plantagenet

[NI8098] Reigned King of England 1272-1307

[NI8100] First King Buried in Westminster

[NI8102] Signed Magna Carta on 6/15/1215 at Runnemeade, England

[NI8103] Second wife of John, King of England

[NI8109] 8th Earl of Clare, 6th Earl of Hartford, 4th Earl of Gloucester

[NI8111] 7th Earl of Clare, 5th Earl of Hertford, Elected one of the Surities of t he Magna Carta

[NI8113] 3rd Earl of Pembroke Protector of England

[NI8115] 6th Earl of Clare, 4th Earl of Hertford Elected a Surity for the Magna Carta

[NI8118] Reigned from 1154-1189 Had Thomas de Beckett Killed

[NI8121] Count of Anjou

[NI8131] "William The Conqueror"

[NI8140] Married widow of Siefert, a Noble of Mercia

[NI8149] He fought personally in 56 battles by sea and land. He is known as the ori ginator of what is known today as the Common Law. Had 6 children

[NI8154] 17th King of Wessex in 802 and reigned until 827 when he became sole monar ch of England, thus uniting the 7 Saxon kingdoms

[NI8157] 2nd Earl of Pembroke

[NI8160] 2nd Earl of Clare

[NI8167] 11th Count of Hainault

[NI8171] Founder of the House of Clare

[NI8173] Count d'Eu and Brionne

[NI8182] From:expsb@home.com (expsb) I am very interested in information concerning Martha, wife of Edward Tray lor of Virginia.  I noted at the Ancestry website you have listed her as M artha Randolph and given her parents.  I would like very much to have mo re details of this and to know the sources of the information.  I have be en reading all of the early Henrico County VA records I can find and I ha ve not been able to find any reference to her prior to the death of her se cond husband, John Porter.  I also have been unable to find anything at al l, even a mention, of her daughter Hildreth, and no early records for h er sons William and Edward.   I had always been told her surname was Rando lph but I have recently seen several responses to queries on the intern et which say that the Randolphs say she was not a Randolph and that her su rname is unknown.  I have read a great deal concerning Henry Randolph a nd I am satisfied that whoever her father was, it was not Henry of Henri co County because there is just no place for her to fit in his famil y.  He did have a daughter Martha by Judith Soane but she was born too la te to be this Martha and also she died as a child.  It is all very puzzli ng and it seems there are practically no records for the early time peri od in Henrico that is of most interest to me.  I'd be very grateful for a ny information on Martha and her parents that you could share, also anythi ng you might know of Hildreth.  Thanks.  My email is expsb@home.com.  Pres ton Traylor

[NI8316] The earliest record found to date for Burdett Skinner is from this reco rd in Spotsylvania records:  Full Context of Spotsylvania, Virginia, County Records, 1721-1800 Virginia County Records SPOTSYLVANIA COUNTY 1721-1800 DEEDS  DEED BOOK F 1761-1766  (Source:  Ancestry.com) page 241  Nov. 26, 1764. Michael Skinner of Westmoreland Co. and Dinah, h is wife, to John Battaley of Spts. Co., Gent. ú58 curr. 100 a. in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. Wm. Rowley, Rich d. Vowles, Burdett Skinner, James Rowlin, Wm. Marders. May 7, 1765. Another interesting record from Spotsylvania County: June 21, 1749, John Skinner of Brunswick par., King Geo. CO, deeded 1 00 a to Mical Skinner of Washington Par., Westmoreland CO. as a Deed of Gift 100 a. in St. Geor. Par., Spts. C o., on Hasel Run. Dated, June 21, 1749.  Witnesses, Richd. Griffity, Anthony Griffity, William Marders.  Sep t. 5, 1749. In 1727, a George Proctor of Spts. CO deeded 100 a to John Skinner on Has el run and another 200 a of land in St. Geo. Par., Spts. Co. Witnesses:  G. Home, John Skinner.  Rec. May 2, 1 727. It is not known if or how Michael and John Skinner relate to Burdit Skinne r. The next record for Burdett is in King George County in 1773 when Burde tt Skinner appears on the Rent Roll. The 1787 census for Virginia presents a puzzle which is unanswered at th is writing:  Source:  The 1787 Census of Virginia: in King George County Personal Property Tax 1787 - List B is Ber det Skinner, charged with tax.  Also, in Fauquier County personal Property Tax for 1787 - List "A" is found a Bu rdit Skinner charged with tax. Could there be two??? Source:  Genealogical Abstracts from 18th - Century Virginia Newspape rs by Robert K. Headley, Jr. Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1987.   page 311 is found this record: SKINNER, BURDIT, of Kg. Geor. Co., d. intestate seized in fee simp le of a tract in that co.; the inheritance of the land falls on several reps., some of whom are resident in KY. (VH 23 Oct 9 8) ( VH stands for The Virginia Herald, The Virginia Herald was establish ed in 1797; covers the Fredericksburg, Culpeper, Caroline, Essex, Fauquier, King George, Orange, Spotsylvania, St afford, and Westmoreland areas...) This record indicates that "A Burdit Skinner" died about 1798. This reco rd also seems to indicate that there may be two Burdit or Burdetts. Only one marriage record has been found for Burdit Skinner:  Copy of bo nd made in Charlotte, Albemarle County. 25 January 1790 between Burdit Skinner and Samuel Austin, Teste Cary M. Ca rter.  Reference in Albemarle County, Virginia Marriages 1780-1863 by John Vogt and T. William Kethle y, Jr. also mentions Henry Austin and Sara Austin, who also both give their signed consent, witnesses Robert Ker nes and John Skinner and Samuel Austin (B/C papers, 1780-87) (documents misfiled).  Copy requested from Al bemarle County Clerk by Buddy Skinner in Pilot Point TX. It is noted that a John Skinner is a witness on this wedding.  One must wo nder if it might be the same John Skinner mentioned in the earlier record. More deed information has been found on Burditt Skinner:  Source:  Dee ds of Amherst and Albemarle CO, VA. ôpage 27.  14 Nov 1803.  Austin Smith & wife Nancy, to Byrd Skinner for 2 00 lbs, 138 acres N branches Tye. Lines Wm. Alford, Thos. Alford, Thos. Bibb, Elijah Mays, Wm. H. Digges, J os Loving.  Wit: Wm. H. Digges, Jos. Loving, Jno. Alford, Thos. Alford. ô  (This could not be the Burdit who di ed about 1798, which also indicates that there may be two men with this same name) Same source:  ôpage 282.  21 Jul 1804.  Leroy Robinson, AC to Jno. Higginb otham, Warminster, Deed of Trust - dept due Brown Murphy & Co., 5 sh. 62 acres Cedar Creek.  Lines:  Geo Lovi ng, Moses Mays, Wm. Clasby, where "Robertson" lives, slave, stock.  Wit: Jas Hansbrough, Jos. Lovin g, Burdett Skinner, Jno. Wright.ö Same source:  page 254.  ô4 Mar 1805. Thos. Bibb Sr., AC, to Wm. H. Digge s, AC for 550 lbs, 190 acres S branches Rucker's Run-part of tract of Wm Bibb dec'd.  Lines Thos. Alfor d, Terisha Turner, Jno Loving grantee, Elijah Mays, Burdett Skinner.  Wit: Will Loving, Cary Bibb, Ro. Rives. Ori g. del. to Jos. Loving, 2 May 1807.ö Same Source:  252.  ôBerdit Skinner...Administrator's Bond for Willi am H. Digges and Nancy Skinner to administrator, April 26, 1813.  Bondsman: Spencer Faulkner.ö Same Source:  ô 255.  Burdit Skinner. Inventory--$518.81.  May 24, 181 3.  Samuel Edmunds, Jr., Roland Edmunds, James Edmunds.  Note:  Here, too, we have different spellin gs of Skinner's first name.  This is as confusing as the Cortland Skinner in Madison and Estill who is an ancest or of my wife's.  I have never established his lineage, but the name is used by a Tory family of Skinners in New Yor k.  The name is spelled Cortland, Courtland, Cotney, etc. in Kentucky data. ô ô308. Burdit Skinner. Administrator's Account by William H. Diggs, adminis trator -- to Mrs. Skinner; Richard Skinner--his part of wheat.  Stephen Watts, administrator of William Spenc er; Nancy Skinner; William H. Diggs as agent for William C. Johnson.   March 28, 1814.  Richard Phillips, Rola nd Edmunds, William Hargrove. ô Children of BURDETT SKINNER and NANCY AUSTIN are: i.C.2 SKINNER, m. WILLIAM HAWKINS, March 21, 1813, Nelson CO, KY. Notes for C. SKINNER: This woman MAY belong with this family since she is found living near t he others in the family at the time of her marriage.  There is no proof that she belongs in this fami ly group sheet. 2.ii.RICHARD SKINNER, b. 1790, Nelson CO., VA; d. December 12, 1863, Pil ot Point, TX. iii.NANCY SKINNER3, b. Abt. 1792, VA; m. JOHN W. CATLIN4, December 19, 1 818, Washington CO, Kentucky5. Notes for NANCY SKINNER: Marriage Notes: Washington County, Kentucky, Marriage Book I page 172, certified copy rece ived from A. H. Robertson, Washington County Clerk, 14 September 1998, to Buddy Skinn er in Pilot Point, TX. I Stephen C. Brown deputy clerk for Jno. Hughes, Clerk of Washington Coun ty Court, do certify that on this day personally came Richard Skinner, a witness. Know all men by these presents that we John W. Catlin and Richard Skinn er are held and firmly bound unto the commonwealth of Kentucky in the just and full sum of fif ty pounds current money the payment of which well and truly to be made to the said Commonweal th we bind ourselves our heirs & to jointly and seberally firmly by these presents sealed with o ur seals and dated this 15 day of December 1818.  The conditions of the above obligations such that where as a marriage is shortly intended between the above bound John W. Catlin and Miss Nancy Ski nner, Ward of Price Skinner, for which a license has been issued.  Now if there is no lawful c ause to obstruct said marriage then this obligation to be void otherwise to remain full force a nd virtue in law. Witness John W. Catlin (Seal) Stephen Brown Richard Skinner (Seal) As the guardian of Miss Nancy Skinner, daughter of Berdit Skinner deceas ed do hereby authorize the clerk of Washington Circuit Court to issue a license for my said wa rd to intermarry with Mr. John W. Catlin son of James Catlin.  Given under my hand a guardian of said Mi ss Skinner this 14th day of December 1818. Price Skinner ___________ Nancy Skinner (Seal)

[HI8325] (Research):Death certiciate incorrectly names mother as Elizabeth Nuckles. Father Auguston born 1/2/1850 died 4/16/1916 was married to Mary Davis. Mary G was named as his wife in 1880-1900-1910 Census records, and mary was a widow in 1920. His sister Comiller Minnie Poindexter never married was born 9/19/1871 and died 8/18/1949 in the County Home. She correctly named their parents as A D Poindexter and Mary Davis.  Elizabeth Nuckles was the name of his wife, Rosa Todd's mother, Since his son A G Jr was informant on his death certificate, I can see how he was confused.

[NI8355] Source: A brief visit with the old folks. Taylor, George,. La Grange, Ill .. unknown. 1975. Notes:   Place of publication suggested by DLC in OCLC. Date of publication from first geneal. table. Subjects:   Taylor family. Christensen family. Armour family. Kappelmann family. Christenson family Barren Co, KY Vital Statistics, Births & Deaths 1852-1859,1861, 1877-18 79 by Sandra K Gorin, Gorin Genealogical Publishing July 2007, pg104 Slave births to Joseph Nifong, slave owner Henry Niphong 1/3/1858/59 Mathew Nifong, 3/1861

[DI8363] (Johnson) Cox May 18, 1927 - Dec 27, 2013 OKLAHOMA CITY Cordia Mary (Johnson) Cox left this earth and returned to her father in heaven and to rejoin her friends and loved ones who have gone before on Dec. 27, 2013. She was born May 18, 1927, in Shawnee, OK to William Albert Johnson & Amanda Belle (Nuckols) Johnson. She is survived by one son, Lawrence Paul Otto; two daughters, Mary Rosenhauer and Georgia Hoover; and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Services will be held at Howard-Harris Funeral Home at 2601 SW 59 St. in Oklahoma City Tuesday, Dec. 31 at 11 a.m., followed by burial in Resthaven Cemetery in Shawnee, OK. Published in The Oklahoman on Dec. 30, 2013

[HI8364] (Research):??? California Death Index, 1940-1997 about William Earl Johnson Name: «tab»William Earl Johnson Social Security #: «tab»572262984 Sex: «tab»MALE Birth Date: «tab»25 Jan 1929 Birthplace: «tab»Oklahoma Death Date: «tab»7 Sep 1979 Death Place: «tab»Santa Clara

[NI8386] This family in file.

[DI8397] Name: «tab»J.J. Snoddy Gender: «tab»Male Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»26 May 1894 Death Place: «tab»Buckingham County, Virginia Age: «tab»76 Birth Date: «tab»1818 Birthplace: «tab»Buckingham Occupation: «tab»Farmer Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B06995-8 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2056973 Reference Number: «tab»L 78 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X51F-GPY : accessed 14 April 2012), J.J. Snoddy (1818).

[NI8398] Hale, Richard Lieutenant, 2nd Co., 2nd Battn. May 21, 1793

[NI8408] 1840 Maury Co, TN pg 62 Just as Richard Harris not found pg 56, Nathan not found pg 62 1850 Fayette Co ILL -pg Nathan Gardner 33 b VA brick mason, TN Frances 32 VA Richard B 14 TN Robert W, 11 TN Henry L, 9  TN James K P 6 IL Emily J 2 IL Nathan Gardner found in: Census Microfilm Records: Illinois, 1870 Age:  53     Gender:  M     Rac e:  W     Birthplace:  TN State:  Illinois     County:  CHRISTIAN  Locale:  TAYLORVILLE P O  Serie s:  M593 Roll:  194 Part:  1     Page:  212A Frances, 53, b VA Luke, 20 IL Ann 15 IL Lizzie 9 IL William 4, IL 1880 Census Place:Buckhart, Christian, Illinois Source:FHL Film 1254180  National Archives Film T9-0180     Page 50 2B Nathan GARDNERSelfMMW68TNOcc:FarmerFa: TNMo: TN Francis GARDNERWifeFMW68VAFa: VAMo: VA Luke L. GARDNERSonMSW28ILFa: TNMo: VA Lizzie GARDNERDauFSW19ILFa: TNMo: VA William GARDNERSonMSW19ILFa: TNMo: VA Henry MARTINOtherMSW20INFa: INMo: IN 1880Census Place:Buckhart, Christian, Illinois Source:FHL Film 1254180  National Archives Film T9-0180     Page 50 5C Richard GARDNERSelfMMW44TNOcc:FarmerFa: TNMo: VA Martha GARDNERWifeFMW48ILFa: TNMo: VA Catherine J. GARDNER DauFSW21ILFa: TNMo: VA Mary L. GARDNERDauFSW21ILFa: TNMo: VA Nathan B. GARDNERSonMW1 Purchaser: GARDNER NATHAN G Residence of Purchaser: UNKNOWN Legal Description:  Aliquot Parts or Lot: SWNE   Section Number: 35   Town ship: 42N Range: 05E   Meridan: 3   County of Purchase: DEKALB    Details of Sal Acres: 40.00   Price per Acre: 1.25   Total Price: 50.00   Type of Sal e: FD Date of Purchase: 08/07/1847   Volume: 683   Page: 221 Purchaser: GARDNER NATHAN  Residence of Purchaser: FAYETTE Legal Description:  Aliquot Parts or Lot: SESE   Section Number: 19   Town ship: 09N Range: 01E   Meridan: 3   County of Purchase: FAYETTE    Details of Sal e: Acres: 40.00   Price per Acre: 1.25   Total Price: 50.00   Type of Sal e: FD   Date of Purchase: 11/26/1845   Volume: 147   Page: 013 Purchaser: GARDNER NATHAN  Residence of Purchaser: FAYETTE Legal Description:  Aliquot Parts or Lot: N2NW   Section Number: 03   Town ship: 08N Range: 01E   Meridan: 3   County of Purchase: FAYETTE  Details of Sal Acres: 40.55   Price per Acre: 000.00   Total Price: WARRANT   Type of Sa le: FD Date of Purchase: 04/28/1849   Volume: 154   Page: 015 Purchaser: GARDNER NATHAN  Residence of Purchaser: FAYETTE Legal Description:  Aliquot Parts or Lot: SWSW   Section Number: 34   Town ship: 07N   Range: 01E   Meridan: 3   County of Purchase: FAYETTE    Detai ls of Sale: Acres: 20.27   Price per Acre: 000.00   Total Price: WARRANT   Type of Sa le: FD Date of Purchase: 04/28/1849   Volume: 154   Page: 015 Purchaser: GARDNER NATHAN  Residence of Purchaser: FAYETTE Legal Description:  Aliquot Parts or Lot: NENE   Section Number: 04   Town ship: 08N Range: 01E   Meridan: 3   County of Purchase: FAYETTE    Details of Sal e: Acres: 20.28   Price per Acre: 000.00   Total Price: WARRANT   Type of Sa le: FD Date of Purchase: 04/28/1849   Volume: 154   Page: 015 Purchaser: GARDNER NATHAN  Residence of Purchaser: UNKNOWN Legal Description:  Aliquot Parts or Lot: SENW   Section Number: 03   Town ship: 08N   Range: 01E   Meridan: 3   County of Purchase: FAYETTE    Detai ls of Sale: Acres: 39.99   Price per Acre: 000.00   Total Price: WARRANT   Type of Sa le: FD Date of Purchase: 03/06/1850   Volume: 154   Page: 054   Purchaser: GARDNER NATHAN  Residence of Purchaser: UNKNOWN Legal Description:  Aliquot Parts or Lot: N2SE   Section Number: 03   Town ship: 08N Range: 01E   Meridan: 3   County of Purchase: FAYETTE    Details of Sal e: Acres: 79.96   Price per Acre: 000.00   Total Price: WARRANT   Type of Sa le: FD Date of Purchase: 03/06/1850   Volume: 154   Page: 054 Purchaser: GARDNER NATHAN  Residence of Purchaser: UNKNOWN Legal Description:  Aliquot Parts or Lot: SWNE   Section Number: 03 Township: 08N   Range: 01E   Meridan: 3   County of Purchase: FAYET   Details of Sale:  Acres: 39.99   Price per Acre: 000.00   Total Price: W ARRANT Type of Sale: FD   Date of Purchase: 03/06/1850   Volume: 154   Page: 0 54 Purchaser: GARDNER NATHAN  Residence of Purchaser: FAYETTE Legal Description:  Aliquot Parts or Lot: W2LOT1NE   Section Numbe r: 05   Township: 08N   Range: 01W   Meridan: 3   County of Purchase: FAYE TTE    Details of Sale: Acres: 40.00   Price per Acre: 2.50   Total Price: 100.00   Type of Sal e: FD Date of Purchase: 05/10/1853   Volume: 148   Page: 056 Purchaser: GARDNER NATHAN  Residence of Purchaser: FAYETTE Legal Description:  Aliquot Parts or Lot: SENE   Section Number: 09 Township: 08N   Range: 01E   Meridan: 3   County of Purchase: FAYET   Details of Sale:  Acres: 40.00   Price per Acre: 2.50   Total Price: 100 .00 Type of Sale: FD   Date of Purchase: 03/10/1854   Volume: 148   Page: 1 39 Purchaser: GARDNER NATHAN  Residence of Purchaser: FAYETTE Legal Description:  Aliquot Parts or Lot: NWNE   Section Number: 09 Township: 08N   Range: 01E   Meridan: 3   County of Purchase: FAYET   Details of Sale:  Acres: 40.00   Price per Acre: 2.50   Total Price: 100 .00 Type of Sale: FD   Date of Purchase: 02/07/1854   Volume: 148   Page: 1 31 Purchaser: GARDNER NATHAN  Residence of Purchaser: FAYETTE Legal Description:  Aliquot Parts or Lot: SESE   Section Number: 03  Towns hip: 08N Range: 01E   Meridan: 3   County of Purchase: FAYETTE    Details of Sal e: Acres: 40.00   Price per Acre: 2.50   Total Price: 100.00   Type of Sal e: FD Date of Purchase: 06/12/1856   Volume: 070   Page: 245

[NI8421] From Margaret Miller 9/30/2006 almb@sw.rr.com I was just visiting your Nucholls site and checked in on the family of Floyd C. Cannon. I see you have his middle name listed as "CHESTER" as it is in most places; however, I have it differently. I have CLESTER ." My source of information includes the following: 1) name of parent given of social security number application by son at age 15; 2) registrati n for WWI, signed by self; 3) name of parent as given on application f r marriage license as given by son in 1952. As for the son, Charles Morgan Cannon, I saw in your source that you questioned his place of birth, the one listed on his application for a social s ecurity number vs the one given in his obiturary. Had you have taken your research a step further you would have discovered that Charles, in his own handwriting, gave Tuscaloosa County as his place of birth when applying for a marriage license. Another point of consideration: he is listed on the 1930 census in Fayette County, the county of his mother's birth as well as the one in which his parents were marr ied. This was perplexing for me: didn't the man know where he was born? Have you learned the answer to this question?

[NI8423] children, Charles David and Cheryl I was somewhat surprised when his obit listed Tuscaloosa Co. as his pla ce of birth. In his own handwriting, when applying for a SSN, he listed Fa yette, Fayette Co., AL. as his place of birth.

[NI8443] I am a descendent of Nathan Talley. mltalley@mindspring.com (Mike)

[NI8445] Ancestry submiited to Society 2/2005 by Noreen Lodge Joseph Runyan, (14.Isaac4, 9.Joseph3, 5.Thomas2, 1.Vincent1) b. ___ 17 81 in Montgomery Co, VA, USA.  He married Nancy JACOBS, married 24 Jul 18 09 in Montgomery Co, VA, USA, b. ___ 1782 in Montgomery Co, VA, USA, d. _ __ 1848 in Tazewell Co, VA, USA.  Joseph died ___ 1852 in Tazewell Co, V A, USA, buried: in Tazewell Co, VA, USA.  Probate of Joseph and his son st arted in Dec 1852.  On 29 Dec 1852, his son-in-law Hardin Knuckles was app ointed administrator of the estate of Joseph Runion (deceased) plus admini strator of the estate of John Runion. The Court Order Book for the July te rm 1853, had Hardin Nuckles refusing to give security as an administrat or of the Runion estates. Parents:Isaac Runyan, (9.Joseph3, 5.Thomas2, 1.Vincent1) b. Abt    ___ 17 38 in Middlesex Co, NJ, USA.  He married Geertje Charity HAGANAN, marri ed ___ 1754 in Maryland, USA. Grandparents: Thomas Runyan, (1.Vincent1) b. ___ 1678 in Piscataway, Middl esex Co, NJ, USA.  He married Martha Dunn, married Abt    ___ 1698 in N ew Jersey, USA, b. 13 Jul 1681, (daughter of Hugh DONN and Elizabeth Drake ). Great Grandparents: Vincent RUNYON, b. ___ 1645 in Portiers, Ancienne Poit u, FRA.  He married Martha Ann BOUCHER, married 28 Jun 1668 in Elizabethto wn, NJ, USA.  Vincent died 11 Nov 1713 in Piscataway, Middlesex Co, NJ, US A. Note: This surname has appeared under a variety of spellings, includin g: Rongnion, Rungine, Runyon, Runion.

[NI8447] Martha's husband, James Charles Coleman was born the 27 August 1844 in South Linesville, Missouri the only son of Henry Coleman and his wife Mary Lusk. He grew to maturity in Mercer County, Missouri. He moved to Grundy County, MO where he met Martha Nuckles his furture wife. On the 21st of October, 1863 James married to Martha Lewena Nuckles in Grundy County, Missouri. Martha the daughter of Hardin Nuckles and Elizabeth Runyon was born in Tazewell County, Virginia on the 17th of January, 1844. The family moved to Mingo Township, Bates County, Missouri ca 1866 where James continued to farm and deal in farmland. The family remained in Bates County for many years and were joined by their parents and other members of the Nuckles and Coleman families. It was here the remainder of their seven children were born and where one daughter died. The family remained in Bates County until around 1887 at which time they removed to Kansas City. In 1888 they again moved, this time across the nation to the small town of Pomeroy in Washington Territory. By 1892, Martha is deceased and is not in the State Census for that year. James and four of his children are living in Waitsburg, Walla Walla County in 1892. The exact date of Martha's death and her place of burial is unknown. Anyone with DOD and burial information, please send SAC.

[DI8450] Name: «tab»William C. Coleman Death Date: «tab»10 Jan 1954 Death Place: «tab»Spokane, Spokane Co., Washington Gender: «tab»Male Race (Displayed on Form): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»86 years Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1868 Birth Date: «tab» Birth Place: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»James Coleman 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»2033323 Digital GS Number: «tab»4224256 Image Number: «tab»2478 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»1492 Source Citation "Washington Death Certificates, 1907-1960," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3B8-XBW : accessed 29 April 2012), Martha Nuckles in entry for William C. Coleman (1954).

[NI8455] John H. Beeton found in: Census Microfilm Records: Virginia, 1900 Lived in:  Lexington, Rockbridge County, Virginia Series: T623     Microfilm:  1725     Book:  2     Page:  93    widow Daughter (cant read) b 3/1872 Sal....(dau, b 10/1875 Annie M, dau, 5/1880 Pearl B 1883

[NI8457] 1880 Census Place:Big Lick, Roanoke, Virginia Source:FHL Film 1255386  National Archives Film T9-1386     Page 47 0D John L. ROBERTSSelfMMW37VAFa: VAMo: VA Mary E. ROBERTSWifeFMW37VAFa: VAMo: VA Otway ROBERTSSonMSW11VAFa: VAMo: VA William ROBERTSSonMSW9VAFa: VAMo: VA Charles ROBERTSSonMSW7VAFa: VAMo: VA John ROBERTSSonMSW5VAFa: VAMo: VA Pearl ROBERTSDauFSW2VAFa: VAMo: VA Sophia W. POWELL AuntFSW71VAFa: VAMo: VA Christeper L. ROBERTS Uncle MSW60VAFa: VAMo: VA Susan P. ROBERTS SisterFSW30VAFa: VAMo: VA Ida ROBERTSSisterFSW21VAFa: VAMo: VA Rena J. ROBERTSSisterFSW18VAFa: VAMo: VA

[NI8458] Groom's Name: «tab»Richd. F. Slaughter Groom's Birth Date: «tab»1869 Groom's Birthplace: «tab»New Kent Co., Va. Groom's Age: «tab»21 Bride's Name: «tab»Mary S. Nuckols Bride's Birth Date: «tab»1872 Bride's Birthplace: «tab»Rockbridge Bride's Age: «tab»18 Marriage Date: «tab»24 Dec 1890 Marriage Place: «tab»Buena Vista, Rockbridge, Virginia Groom's Father's Name: «tab»R. J. Slaughter Groom's Mother's Name: «tab»E. Slaughter Bride's Father's Name: «tab»Silas Nuckols Bride's Mother's Name: «tab»B. C. Nuckols Groom's Race: «tab»White Groom's Marital Status: «tab»Single Groom's Previous Wife's Name: «tab» Bride's Race: «tab»White Bride's Marital Status: «tab»Single Bride's Previous Husband's Name: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»M86866-3 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»33798 Reference Number: «tab»32 Source Citation "Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XR45-PYC : accessed 3 April 2012), Mary S. Nuckols (1890).

[NI8459] Geo. J. Hinty age 28, widower, a carpenter, s/o of Wm. H. And Elizabeth Hi nty married Mary Ann Hook age 22, single, born in Botetourt, d/o of E.E. a nd Virginia R. Hook. 20 Dec 1893.  B.H. Dement officiated. Marriage Regist er 2, p. 90 Census Place:South River, Rockbridge, Virginia 1880 Source:FHL Film 1255388  National Archives Film T9-1388     Page 22 0C William H. HINTYSelfMMW38VAOcc:CarpenterFa: VAMo: VA Elizabeth HINTYWifeFMW39VAFa: VAMo: VA George HINTYSonMSW15VAFa: VAMo: VA Blanche HINTYDauFSW12VAFa: VAMo: VA Ida HINTYDauFSW9VAFa: VAMo: VA Margaret HINTYDauFSW7VAFa: VAMo: VA Laura HINTYDauFSW5VAFa: VAMo: VA William HINTYSonMSW3VAFa: VAMo: VA In the 1900 Census, George is married to a Mary age 25, married recentl y, (no years given, (x), mary born 4/1874, children Estell, 7/1893 and a s on not able to read the name born 8/1896 Geo. J. Hinty age 28, widower, a carpenter, s/o of Wm. H. And Elizabeth Hi nty married Mary Ann Hook age 22, single, born in Botetourt, d/o of E.E. a nd Virginia R. Hook. 20 Dec 1893.  B.H. Dement officiated. Marriage Regist er 2, p. 90

[NI8460] From Gail Brookhart «u»gmbrookhart@msn.com«/u» Emma's story is an interesting one and so I included it. It was pieced together from old letters, city directories, census reports, etc. Emma was born in 1852, the daughter of Jacob and Elizabeth (Lusby) Marks. William and Emma married in 1870 and I have found records of their having had seven children although stillbirths were not recorded and often there were few records of children who died as infants. Of the seven we know about, only four (Ida Jane, Emmett, Bertha and Florence Geneva) survived. The other three either died immediately after birth or lived a very short period of time. Two (one in 1874 and another in 1875) were "unnamed". The other was William Edward Nuckols who lived for 8 months and was born in 1883. Unfortunately, women were seldom given any choice as to how many children they would bear and without birth control, they often had large families and children were often born very close to each other. William passed away very unexpectedly on June 27, 1885 from blood poisoning. Emma never remarried, remaining a widow for the next 52 years. Following William's death, Emma's life changed dramatically. Prior to his death, Emma was the wife of a man who came from a prominent family. She had a live-in servant by the name of Alice Nawlins, who was18 years of age, and they were living in Lexington, VA. Following his death, her life abruptly changed. She was forced to find work to support herself and her young children which was very difficult as women with her background and social position were not expected to have job skills. She struggled financially the remainder of her life. We know that Emma moved to Philadelphia where it was easier to find work but I have been unable to locate any records of her actual whereabouts for the first five years following William's death. In a letter from my Mother's sister, Geneva, she said that she knew her grandmother often lived with other families making their children's school clothes. The City Telephone Records for 1893 and 1894 in Philadelphia show Emma living as a widow at 907 McCleland and working as a dressmaker. A year later, in1895 she was living at 2109 Venable in Philadelphia and working as a "huckster" (probably selling things she made at that time). Then by 1896, phone records show she was living at 926 Jasmine and in 1897 at 630 Cantrell as a dressmaker. By1899 she had moved in with her son, Emmett at 526 Cantrell. By 1900, at the age of 48, Emma had moved in with her daughter, Florence Geneva (who went by name 'Geneva') and son-in-law, Robert Ross MacIver Jr. Her son, Emmett who was 24 by that time and her daughter, Bertha who was 21 had also moved in with Florence. I would very much like to discover what transpired during those first fifteen years following William's death. Ida, who was my Grandmother would have been 29 by then and had married John P. MacIver. John was the brother of Robert, who was married to her sister. (Ida and John married seven years after Robert and Geneva married.) We know that Emma lived with several of her children but have no specific record other than during the time when she was living with Emmett and later with Robert and Geneva. There is a long lapse of time where I could find no record of her. Unfortunately, she does not show up again for 30 years until the1930 Census was taken and by that time Emma was listed as living in "The Old Ladies Home of Philadelphia", a non-denominational home for aged women. She was 77 at that time. It is not known when she entered the home. I have a picture of Emma with several other elderly women sitting on a park bench (that Mother had given me many years before) . My great grandmother, Emma, had a strong resemblance to my grandmother, Ida, during her later years. The only name on the back was Emmas. Emma died five years after the census came out. It is assumed that she spent her remaining years at the Home and died while she was a resident there. I was unable to find a death certificate for Emma but did find a picture of her headstone. If my grandmother knew where her Mother was, she did not share it with her children as I know that Mother, Geneva and Fred had no idea as to her whereabouts for most of her life except for vague references to her becoming a dressmaker in order to support herself after she was widowed. The Old Ladies Home of Philadelphia where she lived during the years prior to her death was once the mansion of Matthias Baldwin and was purchased in the late 1880's to provide a comfortable home for women who were unable to support themselves and came from good families. It was later added onto and housed 111 women in1940. (I found pictures of the Home, including the inside of some of the rooms on rootsweb.com.) There is a picture of Emma's headstone in the Magnolia Cemetery in Philadelphia . (It was found on Findagrave.com) According to my Aunt Geneva, her grandmother remained a gracious, kind and loving person all her life despite the hardships she endured nearly all of her adult life.

[XI8460] The Hattan Cemetery listing I have does not show a Emma (Marks) Nuckols buried there.It shows that William Nuckols is buried there in an unmarked grave near the parents of his wife Betty Siler--Phillip M and Patience Pettus (Wright) Siler. (Incidentally,Phillip M Siler was a Capt,CSA,27th Va In fantry.Per Morton's History of Rockbridge County,page 439

[NI8462] Sent by Gail Brookhart Florence Geneva Nuckols MacIver was still alive in 1930 at the age of 57. Have not been able to find any further information about what happened to her. Robert died in 1940 but cannot find a death record for Florence or where either was buried. Their daughter, Florence, who died as a very young child, was buried in the Philadelphia Cemetery so it is likely they are both buried there as well since they seemed to have lived in Philadelphia all their married lives and Robert was born in Philadelphia. The 1940 Census shows Robert and Florence still living at 6524 Chestnut Ave in Philadelphia and that they owned their home. Geneva and her daughter were still living with them. The Census date was April 18, 1940 and I show that Robert died shortly thereafter in June of 1940. I have no record of what happened to Florence or her daughter and granddaughter following Robert's death but would assume they probably stayed in her home until she passed away.

[BI8470] Name: «tab»Lottie Lewis Nuchols Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»02 Nov 1881 Birthplace: «tab»Rockbridge, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»F. Spottswood Nuchols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Laura A. Nuchols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00604-5 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046962 Reference Number: «tab»p 346 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5KW-GXV : accessed 6 April 2012), Lottie Lewis Nuchols (1881).

[NI8471] Six children

[DI8472] Social Security Death Index about Percy Nuckols Name: «tab»Percy Nuckols «tab» SSN: «tab»213-05-7615 Last Residence: «tab»Virginia Born: «tab»2 Jun 1887 Died: «tab»May 1964 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Maryland (Before 1951)

[NI8473] Descendants of this family from Ken Jones kejones@cox.net Name:    Jesse Wingfield Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Rockbrid ge State:    Virginia  Birthplace:    Virginia  Birth Date:    11 Aug 1889  R ace:    Caucasian  Roll:    1985176 June 5 191 7Jesse Wingfield Nuckols res Willow PO, Amherst Co, VA Age 27 born Aug 11, 1889 Rockbridge Co, VA Self emp farmer Married, wife and 3 children Previous service Infantry Sergent 3 yrs Med height, med build, blue eyes, dark hair signed Jesse Wingfield Nuckols 1910 Hawaii Honolulu, Oahu Island Fort Shafter pg 201 Jesse NUCKOLS - Pvt-- Schofield Barracks, 22, b VA VA VA U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Jesse Wynnfield Nuckols Birth Date: 11 Aug 1889 age 53 Residence: Alexandria, Virginia 1223 Duke St Birth: Lexington, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mrs Marie Baber, 1223 Duke St Emp-S W Paveborn, 31 Walnut St Signed Jesse Wynnfield Nuckols Name:    Jesse Nuckols Birth Date:    11 Aug 1887 Death Date:    17 Nov 1960 Rank:    SGT CO E 20 REGT OF INF, REG INF USA Last known address:    C/O Director Arlington, VA 22111-0000 Interment Date:    2 Jan 1960 Cemetary:    Arlington National Cemetery Buried At:    Section 12 Site 3743 Cemetary URL:    http://www.arlingtoncemetery.org/default.htm

[XI8473] Section 12 Site 374

[NI8474] Name: Harry J. Tardy SSN: 231-42-0551 Last Residence: 30606  Athens, Clarke, Georgia, United States of America Born: 22 Sep 1906 Died: 28 Nov 1995 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1952 )

[NI8475] Washington Post April 14, 1972 Mary L NUCKOLS, eighty-Eight years old, on Tuesday, April 10, 1972 at Jack sonville, Fla, mother of Mrs E C Taylor, Jacksonville Fl; Mrs Margaret Hun t, Charlottesville Va, Mrs Robbie Reeder, Dahlgreen, Va, Leonard NUCKO LS , Bernard NUCKOLS, R.S. NUCKOLS of Alexandria VA; Walter NUCKOLS of Lan dover, MD and W S NUCKOLS of Shadyside MD. She is also survived by 26 gran dchildren and 38 great grandchildren. Interment in Charlottesvill e, VA on Friday April 14, at 2 p.m.

[DI8478] Washington Post, The (DC) - February 7, 2010 Deceased Name: REFERD NUCKOLS NUCKOLS REFERD S. NUCKOLS "Ray" On Wednesday, February 3, 2010 of Alexandria, VA. Beloved husband of the late Elinor T. Nuckols; father of Ann Nuckols and the late Maxine Jones; step-father of the late Joan Pilger and Paul Ebersberger; grandfather of Kenneth, David and Keith Jones; step-grandfather of Joe Anderson, Guy Stephens, III and John Pilger. Also survived by three brothers, two sisters and six great-grandchildren. Relatives and friends may call at Jefferson Funeral Chapel, 5755 Castlewellan Dr. Alexandria, VA (just south of the intersection of S. Van Dorn and Franconia Rd) on Wednesday, February 10 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., where funeral service will be held on Thursday at 10 a.m. Interment Stonewall Memory Gardens. Memorial contributions may be made to Wounded Warriors.

[NI8479] Most of what I've learned about my grandmother Ruth's family I've learned from these pages. Elizabeth Whitesell, my great grandmother, and Henry Raymond Nuckols (I think the spelling changed?) split up when my grandmother was quite young. She was an only child, as was my father, and I just don't know much about that side of the family.«tab» jen hollis

[XI8482] Hattan Family Cemetery, Kerrs Creek, Rockbridge Co, VA NUCKOLS, Pvt William W b.1847?;Co.F,27th Va.Inf.Regt. Listed as deserter 5/13/1862,also listed as KIA on postwar roster.

[NI8483] Family researcher submitted information on WFT Vol 17 #397 Found at the IGI, Henry is the son of William Nuckles and Nancy Nuckles. B atch # 7506907 Sheet 19 Source Call# 0935374 Film

[DI8485] See obit with data on daughter Bettie Siler Nuckols

[NI8486] Descendants of John Henry were originally from: Shirley Nuckels Keister P O Box 7051 Fredericksburg, VA 22404-7051 Shirleynk@aol.com when the f irst book was published.  John Henry appears on page  684 as unconnected line. So many descendants have been added, we needed to include his line again. IN the 1830 Census of Tazewell Co, VA John Henry is a son  age 20- 30 . He did not marry until late Death Record says his age was 75 in 1893 Nuckols, John           WM         75y             18 Mar   Drop sy              W.V./Russell           Unknown (INformant G.W. Belcher- S on in Law)

[DI8486] Russell Co. Death Records 1893 Nuckols, John WM 75y 18 Mar 1893 Dropsy W.V./Russell Unknown (Informant G.W. Belcher- Son in Law) Richmond Va. Death Records also lists he was living in Swords Creek at time of death and the above information.

[NI8488] Age in 1880 is 14, but is not a daughter in the 1870 census. Ther is a d au Amy in 1870 age 3 that is probably really Ann LDS Ancestral file has h er DOB same month, same day, year 1874, however she was age 14 in 1880, Year: 1900; Census Place: Lebanon, Russell, Virginia; Roll: T623 1727; Pag e: 7B; Enumeration District: 56. Ralph Wyson 45  7/1854 Annie Wyson 29  6/1871 M9y 3/3 Eddy L Wyson 7  4/1893 Verna C Wyson 5  dau 4/1895 Charles W Wyson 3  son 3/1897 1910 Russel Co, Baylor VA Ralph Wysor, head, 56, M2x Annie, wife, 36, m1x m18y 4/4 Lyle, 17, son Tad? ??? son 15 Vennie C, son ? 13 Paul S, son 5 1920 Annie is 45

[NI8491] Subject: Nimrod Street Avery is Nimrod's son also. Nimrod m. Elizabeth Berry. Nimrod and Elizabeth's children are: 1. *Berry Street b. Sept 1840 in TN 2. Avery Street b. April 1842 in NC,m. in 1867 in Buchanan County,VA,Perne lla Millie Nuckles 3. Delila Street b. 1846 4. Anna Street b. 1849 5. Lena Street b. 1852 6. Emanuel Street b. 1853,m. 1. Rachel Rasnake,m. 2. Mary Blankenship 7. Mary J. Street b. 2 April 1853 8. Cenia Street b. 1857 9. Henry Street b. 1858

[NI8492] Name has been seen as James Walden Nuckles

[BI8493] Name: «tab»Manaroy Jane Nuckles Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»19 May 1856 Birthplace: «tab»New Garden Fork Louisa River, Tazewell, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»John Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Lousinda Nuckles Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C04321-7 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»34214 Reference Number: «tab»P25 L1167 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XTH9-X57 : accessed 6 April 2012), Manaroy Jane Nuckles (1856).

[NI8494] His marriage license list his parents as William & Polly Hubbard. He trave led to Missouri often. Death cert claims he was buried in Missouri, Gainsville Cemetery Death cert names father William born NC and Mary Lyatt born NC Death cert says born Arkansas

[BI8495] Name: «tab»Margaret Nuckels Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»09 Sep 1858 Birthplace: «tab»Buchanan, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»John Nuckels Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Loucinda Nuckels Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C01907-6 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046920 Reference Number: «tab»p 1 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XTW6-LLW : accessed 6 April 2012), Margaret Nuckels (1858). Name: «tab»Margaret Nuckels Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»09 Sep 1857 Birthplace: «tab»Richmond, Buchanan, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»John Nuckels Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Loucinda Nuckels Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00656-6 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046920 Reference Number: «tab»p 1 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X52Q-XXT : accessed 22 April 2012), Margaret Nuckels (1857).

[NI8496] 1880 Russell Co, Elk Garden, VA       George Belcher, head, 34       Maggie, wife, 21      Silas H, son, 3      Henry F son 9m      Charles Nuckels, 17, farm hand, VA WV VA

[BI8497] Name: «tab»John M. C. Nuckels Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»28 Nov 1861 Birthplace: «tab»Buchanan, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»John Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Lucinda Nuckles Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C01907-6 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046920 Reference Number: «tab»p 8 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XTWX-TD9 : accessed 6 April 2012), John M. C. Nuckels (1861).

[NI8500] Note: Wife of James Nuckles. Mother of George W Nuckles. Daughter of Geor ge & Matilda Barton.

[NI8501] 1910 census , Dock is living with his parents with  two children, a widower U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: George Waldon Nuckels Birth Date: 7 Sep 1884 age 57 Residence: Buchanan, Virginia, Vienna Birth: Buchanan, Virginia Race: White SN: U0598 Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify_ Mrs Cora Nuckels Emp-W E Russ Lumber Co, Prater, VA

[BI8501] Name: «tab»George W. Nuckels Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»07 Sep 1884 Birthplace: «tab»Buchanan, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»James Nuckels Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Sarah Nuckels Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C02083-2 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046920 Reference Number: «tab»p 91 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XT42-KF4 : accessed 6 April 2012), George W. Nuckels (1884).

[NI8503] George possible married before and had child named Irvin born around 1904. Irvin is in household of brother Johnnie named as a nephew and George is only sibling old enough to be the parent.

[BI8503] Name: «tab»George E. Nuckels Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»31 Mar 1884 Birthplace: «tab»Buchanan, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Henry Nuckels Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Catherine Nuckels Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C02083-2 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046920 Reference Number: «tab»p 91 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XT42-KFQ : accessed 6 April 2012), George E. Nuckels (1884).

[BI8507] Name: «tab»Maggie F. Nuckels Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»01 Aug 1891 Birthplace: «tab»Buchanan, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»J. H. Nuckels Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Malissa C. Nuckels Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C02083-2 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046920 Reference Number: «tab»p 141 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XT4K-V5N : accessed 6 April 2012), Maggie F. Nuckels (1891).

[NI8508] Name:    Melvin Earl Nuckels City:    Not Stated  County:    Buchanan  Sta te:    Virginia Birthplace:    Virginia;United States of America  Birth Date:    25 Sep 18 93  Race:    White Roll:    1984264 1918 June 5 1917 Melvin Earl Nuckels res Drill VA Age 24 born Sept 25 1893 Davenport, VA Married farmer with wife and one child under 12 Claims exemption for supoort of wife and child Tall, grey eyes, brn hair

[BI8508] Name: «tab»M.E. Nuckels Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»17 Sep 1893 Birthplace: «tab»Buchanan, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»John H. Nuckels Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Cathrine Nuckels Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00656-4 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046920 Reference Number: «tab»p 158 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X52Q-SLN : accessed 6 April 2012), M.E. Nuckels (1893).

[BI8509] Name: «tab»Josa A. Nuckles Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»15 Jul 1896 Birthplace: «tab»Buchanan, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»J. H. Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Malissa C. Nuckles Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C02083-2 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046920 Reference Number: «tab»p 179 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XT4K-BJF : accessed 6 April 2012), Josa A. Nuckles (1896).

[DI8514] Name:    Johnie C. Nuckles SSN:    227-07-7799 Last Residence:    24210  Abingdon, Washington, Virginia,  Born:    4 Sep 1907 Died:    19 Sep 1996 State (Year) SSN issued:    Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI8515] Childrens death records in Russell Co, VA names mother as Bell

[NI8516] Fred is age 10 in 1910 census but is not a child in the 1900 census. 19 00 name  Robert born in 1900, so maybe his name is Robert Fred....

[DI8516] Name: Douglas Nuckels SSN: 236-01-2428 Last Residence: 33565  Plant City, Hillsborough, Florida, United Stat es of America Born: 4 Apr 1900 Died: Nov 1967 State (Year) SSN issued: West Virginia (Before 1951 ) Florida Death Index, 1877-1998 about Douglas F Nuckels Name: Douglas F Nuckels Death Date: Nov 1967 County of Death: Pinellas State of Death: Florida Race: White Gender: Male

[NI8517] Name:    Ernest S Nuckels City:    Not Stated  County:    Wise  Stat e:    Virginia Birth Date:    17 Jun 1898  Race:    White  Roll:    1991380 Sept 12, 1918 Ernest S Nuckels res Wise Co, Norton, V AAge 20 born June 17 1898 Electrical work for Norton Coal Co Nearest kin Maud Blankenship, Norton, VA Med height, slender,drk blue eyes, light brown hair

[DI8518] Clarence E. Nuckels 23 Dec 1901 2 Sep 1988 Deland, Volusia, Florida Ohio ( Before 1951 ) 269-05-2910

[DI8520] ROWE, Va. —  Mrs. Fannie Nuckles Fletcher, age 98, of the Fletchers Ridge section of Rowe, went to be with her Lord and Saviour on Sunday (September 30, 2007) at her home. Born August 26, 1909 in Buchanan County, Va., she was a daughter of the late G.W. "Doc" and Clercy Ray Nuckles, and step-mother, the late Cora McFadden Nuckles, whom she loved very much. She was married on January 16, 1933 to Claude Fletcher for 67 years before his passing in 2000. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by four sisters, Gladys Hess, Ruby Johnson, Vernie and Ocie Nuckles, and five brothers, Dewey Nuckles, Howard Nuckles, Marvin Nuckles, Edward Nuckles, and Marshall Nuckles, and two sons-in-law, Sherman Compton and Sherman McGlothlin. She will be missed by all her family and friends and hope to someday meet her in Heaven. Survivors include two sons, Arnold Fletcher and his wife, Eva of Kingsport, Tenn., and Jerry Fletcher and his wife, Brenda of Fletchers Ridge; six daughters, Irene Compton and husband, Herman of Council, Peggy Keen and husband, E.G. and Joann Keen and husband, Benny all of Bristol, Tenn., Betty Fletcher and husband G.B. of Nickelsville, Shirley Compton of Honaker, and Darlene Ratliff and her husband, Henry (Tim) of Fletchers Ridge; 14 grandchildren, Michelle Hunt and husband, Alex, Jane Street and husband, Chuck, Rebecca Ferrell and husband, Mike, Timothy Garland Keen and wife, Diane, Melinda Reed and husband, Mike, Lisa Carr and husband, Bobby, Pam Mullins and husband, Johnny, Claudie Jessee and husband, Bernie, Sally Compton and husband, Glenn, George Bailey Fletcher, Scott Compton and wife, Amy, Steven Compton and wife, Misty, Richard McGlothlin and wife, Tammy, and Phillip McGlothlin and wife, Tonya; two brothers, Arthur Nuckles of Davenport and Rev. Ellis Nuckles of Lebanon; five sisters, Juanita Farmer, Edna Childress, and Ada Farmer all of Fletchers Ridge, Marie Nuckles of Mansassas, and Alice Farmer of Honaker; 26 great-grandchildren, and a host of extended family and friends. Funeral services will be conducted at 7:30 p.m. (today) Tuesday in the Honaker Funeral Home Chapel, Honaker, Virginia with Rev. Troy Harris, Rev. Claude Rose, and Rev. Ellis Nuckles officiating. Graveside services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Ketron Memorial Gardens in Lebanon, Va. Those wishing to attend the service are asked to assemble at the funeral home at 10:30 a.m. to go in procession. Grandsons will serve as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will be men of Fletchers Ridge Free Will Baptist Church. Friends may call at the Honaker Funeral Home after 6 p.m. (today) Tuesday.

[NI8522] 2nd Wife of George W.Nuckles. Mother of 12: Ruby, Edward, Gladys, Ada, Jua nita, Marie, Edna, Alice, Arthur, Howard, Marvin and unknown.

[DI8523] Obituary Date: «tab»28 Sep 2007 Newspaper Title: «tab»Richlands News-Press & Clinch Valley News Newspaper Location: «tab»Richlands, VA, Us Gladys Nuckles Hess, 89, of Venia, went to be with the Lord Sept. 18 in an Abingdon hospital.Born July 5, 1918 in Venia, she was a daughter of the late G.W. "Doc" and Cora McFadden Nuckles.A lifelong resident of the Venia area, she was a charter member of the Venia Chapel Freewill Baptist Church. She worked at Council Elementary School as a cook for 21 years before retiring in 1994. She was a devoted wife, mother, and Christian. She was well known as "Ma" to everyone. She touched many lives through the years and will be missed by all who knew her.In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband of 55 years, Howard H. Hess; one son, Hassell Hess; two granddaughters, Michelle Maggard and Patricia "Pat" Stilwell; one son-in-law, Garland Austin; five brothers, Marshall, Dewey, Howard, Marvin, and Edward Nuckles; and three sisters, Ocie Nuckles, Vernie Nuckles and Ruby Johnson.Survivors: daughters, Draper Austin of Venia, Beulah Breeding and husband, Herman, of Lebanon, Wilma Sue Severt and husband, Tom, of Glendale Springs, NC; sons, Clinton Hess and wife, Francis, and Sam Hess and wife, Sandra, all of Rosedale; 13 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; sisters, Fannie Fletcher, Ada Farmer, Juanita Farmer, Edna Childress and Marie Nuckles, all of Rowe, Alice Farmer of Honaker; brothers, Arthur Nuckles of Davenport, Rev. Ellis Nuckles of Lebanon; and a host of nieces, nephews and friends. The funeral was conducted at 11 a.m. Sept. 21 in the Honaker Funeral Home Chapel, Honaker, with Rev. Guy Harris, Rev. Bennie Harris, and Rev. Ellis Nuckles officiating.Interment followed in the Austin Cemetery at Venia. Social Security Death Index about Gladys G. Hess Name: «tab»Gladys G. Hess SSN: «tab»223-72-6592 Last Residence: «tab»24266  Lebanon, Russell, Virginia Born: «tab»25 Aug 1918 Died: «tab»31 Aug 2009 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (1966)

[NI8528] Bristol Herald Courier Friday, January 10, 2003 Marvin Nuckles     CULPEPPER, Va. -- Mr. Marvin Nuckles, 67, formerly of B uchanan County, Va., passed away Thursday, Jan. 9, 2003, in a Harrisonburg, Va., nursing f acility.     Funeral  arrangements are incomplete at the Honaker Funeral H ome, Honaker, Va.

[NI8531] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Howard Nuckles Birth Year: 1916 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Virginia Enlistment Date: 10 May 1945 Enlistment State: Virginia Enlistment City: Roanoke Branch: No branch assignment Branch Code: No branch assignment 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: Grammar school Marital Status: Married Height: 80 Weight: 603

[BI8534] Name: «tab»Ida G. Street Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»21 Nov 1889 Birthplace: «tab»Buchanan, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Elija Street Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Nancy V. Street Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00614-7 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046920 Reference Number: «tab»p 120 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5KC-VYW : accessed 6 April 2012), Ida G. Street (1889).

[DI8538] Obituary Date: 22 May 2007 Newspaper Title: Bluefield Daily Telegraph Newspaper Location: Bluefield, WV, Us «b»RICHLANDS, Va. - «/b»Mrs. Laura Ann Davis, 89, of Richlands, passed away Sunday, May 20, 2007 at her home following a lengthy illness. She was born in Tazewell County, Va., and was the daughter of the late George and Ida Street «b»Nuckels«/b», both Tazewell County natives. She had made her home in the Richlands area all of her life and was a graduate of Richlands High School Class of 1936. She was a member of Laymans Chapel and the Rebekah Lodge No. 62 of Richlands, Va. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Earnel (Nig) Davis; two sisters, Letha Sargent and Dolly Crigger; and five brothers, Henry, Elijah, Bill, Earl, and George «b»Nuckels«/b» Jr. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. Survivors are: Three daughters: Nancy Brown and husband, Raymond of Richlands, Patsy Coleman and husband, Kenneth of Richlands, Barbara Jane Monk and husband, Jim of Pounding Mill, Va.; seven grandchildren: Keith Brown and wife, Rachel, Christy Paris and husband, Fred, Lee Coleman, Jason Coleman and wife, Amanda, Nathan Coleman, Laura Monk, and Maggie Monk; two great grandchildren: Morgan Brown and Dominick Paris. Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Ann Davis will be conducted Wednesday, May 23, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. at the Hurst-Scott Funeral Chapel in Richlands, Va. with the Rev. Stafford Compton and the Rev. Thomas Stranger officiating. Entombment will follow at Greenhills Memory Gardens Mausoleum at Claypool Hill, Va. Pallbearers will be: Raymond Brown, Kenneth Coleman, Jim Monk, Lee Coleman, Jason Coleman, Nathan Coleman, and Keith Brown.  Friends may call after 6:00 p.m. Tuesday (today) at the Hurst-Scott Funeral Home in Richlands. The Rebekah Lodge No. 62 of Richlands will conduct services Tuesday (today) at 7:00 p.m. Hurst-Scott Funeral Home in Richlands is in charge of arrangements and those wishing to express sympathy to the family may do so online at www.hurstscottfuneralhomes.com

[NI8540] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Marvin E Nuckels Birth Year: 1923 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Hawaii Enlistment Date: 15 Jun 1943 Enlistment State: Virginia Enlistment City: Roanoke Branch: 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: 3 years of high school Civil Occupation: Student Codes 0x, 2x, 4x and 6x as pertain to students w ill be converted, for machine records purposes, to the code number 992. Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 23 Weight: 439

[BI8561] Name: «tab»Eunice Fuller Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»03 Sep 1891 Birthplace: «tab»Eastern District, Russell, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Jacob Fuller Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Fuller Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I06541-0 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046964 Reference Number: «tab»p 336 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XTH3-T38 : accessed 6 April 2012), Eunice Fuller (1891).

[NI8564] Virginian-Pilot, The (Norfolk, VA) - December 22, 1998 Deceased Name: FINLEY P. NUCKLES Finley ''Fin'' P. Nuckles, 77, died Dec. 20, 1998, at his home. He was a n ative of Buchanan County, but had resided in Abingdon for many years. He w as employed in the coal fields for 28 years and had retired from the feder al government in Chesapeake. He was a member of the Emmanuel Baptist Churc h. Mr. Nuckles was preceded in death by his first wife, Merle Keen Nuckle s, and a son, Darrell Nuckles. Survivors include his wife, Betty Rowland Nuckles; a stepson, Gene Rowla nd of Coeburn; a daughter, Carolyn Carty of Suffolk; one stepdaughter, Ter ri Scott of Big Stone Gap; a sister, Marie Street of Abingdon; seven grand children; and two step-grandchildren. Burial will be in the Green Lawn Mem orial Gardens, Portsmouth, today. Pallbearers are Hodge Chambers, David Bl ankenship, Mack Horton, Joe Bill Rowe, Ancil Childress and Warren Ferguso n. Farris Funeral Chapel is handling arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1 65 E. Main St., Abingdon, Va. 24210. Name:    Finley P. Nuckles SSN:    223-12-5144 Last Residence:    24210  Abingdon, Washington, Virginia, United Stat es of America Born:    13 Nov 1921 Died:    20 Dec 1998 State (Year) SSN issued:    Virginia (Before 1951 )

[DI8569] Obituary Date: 10 Dec 2009 Newspaper Title: Bluefield Daily Telegraph Newspaper Location: Bluefield, WV, USA VANSANT, Va. —  Elder Elmer Brown, age 88, of Vansant, Va. passed away December 8, 2009 at the Maple Grove Rehabilitation and Health Care Center in Lebanon, Va. after a long illness. He was born in Drill, Va. in Russell County on July 5, 1921 to William Arthur and Martha Annie Nuckels Brown. He was preceded in death by his parents; his first wife, Draper Irene Hess Brown to whom he was married for 39 years; brothers, Herbert McKinnley Brown, Eddith Garland Brown; and a sister, Thelma Inez Brown Street; brothers-in-law, Virgil Berdine Street and James Arthur Pendell; and a sister-in-law, Pauline Ratliff Brown; a nephew, Millard Wayne Street; and a great-niece, Amy Brown. He is survived by his present wife of 29 years, Melster Yates Owens Brown. Four children survive from his marriage to Draper Irene Hess Brown, Roger Dale Brown of Lorton, Donna Faye Coleman and husband Denny of Richlands, Ola Gay Clevinger and husband Danny of Oakwood and Kenneth Elmer Brown and wife Valerie of Bristol, Tenn. He is also survived by five grandchildren, Andrea Lynn Coleman Clark and husband Jeffery Dale of Salem, Roger Dale Brown, Jr. of Dumfries, Carrie Beth Clevinger of Pounding Mill, Vanessa Irene Clevinger of Honaker, and Corey Levi Brown of Bristol, Tenn. Two great-grandchildren survive, Jenna Danielle Clark and Allison Layne Clark both of Salem. Also surviving is a sister, Francis Lucille Pendell of Bristol; and four brothers, Carl Berkley Brown of Colonial Beach, Emory Ferrill Brown of Spotsylvania, Henry Earl Brown of Bristol and Richard Nelson Brown of Bluff City, Tenn.; also several nieces and nephews; two stepdaughters, Lois June Wright and husband Larry of Blountville, Tenn. and Shelia Kay O'Quinn and husband Louie of Vansant; four stepgrandchildren; and seven stepgreat-grandchildren. He joined the Primitive Baptist church in 1965. He was ordained as an Elder in December 1967. He served as an assistant moderator for the Dry Fork Primitive Baptist Church at Vansant from October 1974 through December 1991 until he requested to be replaced due to health reasons in December 2004. He was an honorary moderator from December 2004 until his passing. He also served as a joint moderator at the Sulpher Springs Primitive Baptist church at Hurley from April 1969 through February 1990 he then requested to be replaced due to health problems in January 2005. He was an honorary moderator from January 2005 until his passing. He served as assistant moderator at the Lick Creek primitive Baptist Church from March 1981 until his passing. He was respected by all churches and denominations. He was a dedicated servant of the people and a man of great faith. He entered the U.S. Army in November 1942, serving with company A 376th infantry 94th division. As a private first class soldier, he participated in several battles and campaigns in World War II. He was wounded in Germany, therefore receiving a purple heart along with many other medals and ribbons. He left the U.S. Army in December 1945 with an honorable discharge. He was a member of American Legion Post 0164 of Grundy, Va. He was a patriotic citizen who flew the U.S. flag proudly. He was a life long coal miner working in Buchanan County for the Red Jacket, Island Creek and Beatrice Pocahontas companies. He retired in July 1976 with a total of 33 1?2 years. He was a member of the United Mine Workers of America. He was a hard worker who provided for his family as best he could. Funeral services will be conducted at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, December 10, 2009 at the Dry Fork Primitive Baptist Church with Shawn Dotson and Jeff Dotson officiating. Burial will follow in the Hess-Nuckels Cemetery, Fletcher's Ridge, Va. Grundy VFW Post 7360 will conduct military graveside rites. Pallbearers will be nephews. Honorary pallbearers will be Dr. M.J. Thakker, members of the Dry Fork Primitive Baptist Church and members of the Sulpher Springs Primitive Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alzheimer's Foundation, 674 Hillsdale Drive, Suite 1, Charlottesville, VA 22901. The family will receive friends after 6:00 p.m. Wednesday at the Haysi Funeral Home where an evening service will be held at 7:00 p.m. with Elders Brian Moore and Estil Hackney officiating. Haysi Funeral Home of Haysi, Va. is in charge of arrangements.To leave personal condolences online, visit www.legacy.com Published in Bluefield Daily Telegraph from December 9 to December 10, 2009

[DI8570] Name: «tab»Garland Brown SSN: «tab»227-22-1783 Last Residence: «tab»24280  Rosedale, Russell, Virginia Born: «tab»16 Jan 1924 Died: «tab»25 Oct 2009 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[NI8576] Published in Bristol Herald Courier on April 16, 2011 Henry Earl Brown BRISTOL, Va. Mr. Henry Earl Brown, age 75, passed away Friday, April 15, 2011, at his home. Born Feb. 28, 1936 in Drill, Va., he was a son of the late William Arthur and Martha Annie Nuckles Brown. He had spent most of his adult life in Alexandria, Va. moving back to Southwest Virginia 15 years ago. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and a retiree of the railroad. He loved hunting and fishing and was active in bluegrass music in the area. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by three brothers, Elder Elmer Brown, Garland Brown and Herbert McKinley Brown and one sister, Thelma Street. Survivors include one son, Donnie Brown and wife, Sheila, of Alexandria; two grandchildren, Kayla Marie Brown and Henry Kyle Brown, both of Alexandria; companion of 18 years, Mildred Ann Street, of the home; three brother, Richard Nelson Brown of Bluff City, Tenn., Emory Ferril Brown of Spottsylvania, Va., and Carl Berkley Brown of Colonial Beach, Va.; one sister, Lucille Pendell of Bristol Virginia and several nieces and nephews also survive. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Sunday in the Honaker Funeral Home Chapel, Honaker, Va. with the Rev. Ancil Childress and the Rev. Lincoln Shelton officiating. Interment will follow in the Nuckles-Hess Cemetery on Fletchers Ridge, Va. Nephews will serve as pallbearers. Friends may call at the Honaker Funeral Home after 6 p.m. Saturday. Online condolences may be made at www.honakerfuneralhome.net

[NI8578] Charlie Looney 36  W  Virginia  Buchanan  1910 Wife Mahola 29 Virginia Daughter Alta 08 Virginia Daughter Pearl 06 Virginia Son Clarence 02 Virginia

[NI8579] Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - March 2, 2003 Deceased Name: Nuckels: Edward H. Nuckels Edward H. Nuckels, age 73, of Richmond, died Friday, February 28, 2003. M r. Nuckels graduated from the University of Virginia Civil Engineering Sch ool in 1961, he retired after 34 years from the U.S. Geological Surve y, he was a member of the Scottish Rite Bodies and the ACCA Temple Shrin e, the Grundy Masonic Lodge and a 32 degree Master Mason. Mr. Nuckels w as a U.S. Air Force veteran of the Korean Conflict. Survivors include h is wife, Winifred M. Nuckels; one son, John H. Nuckels of Cincinnati, Ohi o; one daughter, Debra Delbridge of Richmond; two brothers, Estil Nucke ls of Mavisdale, Va., and Gerald Nuckels of Delaware; and one sister, Lore ne Paris of Brandon, Miss. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p. m. tonight (Sunday) at the West Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home, 11020 We st Broad St., where a funeral service will be held at 12 noon on Monday, M arch 3. Interment will follow with military rites at Greenwood Memorial Ga rdens. Name: Edward H. Nuckels SSN: 227-30-6221 Last Residence: 23229  Richmond, Henrico, Virginia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 8 Aug 1929 Died: 28 Feb 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[DI8583] Bluefield Daily Telegraph (WV) - February 1, 2010 Deceased Name: Estil Ferl Nuckels MAVISDALE, Va. —   Estil Ferl Nuckels, 77 years of age, of Mavisdale, Va., passed away Sunday, January 31, 2010 at his home following an extended illness. Born in Buchanan County, he was the son of the late Henry Clarence and Alta Mae Looney Nuckels. He was a lifelong resident of Buchanan County, accepted the Lord June of 2008 and attended the Guiding Light Freewill Baptist Church. Mr. Nuckels graduated from Council High School and served in the United States Army during the Korean Conflict. He was a devoted husband, a former employee of Thompson & Litton Engineering and was a retired building contractor. Mr. Nuckels is survived by his wife, Pauline Coleman Nuckels, Mavisdale, Va.; one sister, Lorene and husband George Paris, Jackson, Miss.; one brother, Jerry Nuckels, Millsboro, Del. He was also survived by several nieces and nephews. Mr. Nuckels was preceded in death by two sisters, Delores G. Maurice and Beulah A. Rodriguez McCane; and one brother, Edward H. Nuckels Funeral services for Estil Ferl Nuckels will be conducted Wednesday, February 3, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. at the Grundy Funeral Home Chapel with the Reverend Ancil Childress officiating with burial to follow in the Hess & Nuckels Cemetery on Fletcher's Ridge, near Council, Va. Friends may call at the Grundy Funeral Home Chapel Tuesday afternoon at 5:00 p.m. with services at 7:00 p.m. Active pallbearers will be Earl Brown, Nelson Brown, Feril Brown, Allen (Jabo) Addison, Kendall Looney, Joe Cook, James Coleman and Ed Brown. Honorary pallbearers will be Ken Fletcher, Jerry Looney, Ervin Nuckels, Kermit Street, Harlis Keen, Sonny Perkins, Bobby Street and special caregivers, Linda Coleman, Pat Baldwin, Jamie Stiltner, Beth Matney and Shellie Stout. The family suggests that expressions of sympathy be made in the form of donations to the Oakwood Volunteer Fire Department, Box J, Oakwood, VA 24631, or Guiding Light Freewill Baptist Church, P.O. Box 123, Mavisdale, VA 24627. Full military rites will be conducted at the Grundy Funeral Home Chapel by members of Childs Gentry Post No. 7360 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.

[NI8593] Name:    Gladys R. Nuckles SSN:    229-98-8357 Last Residence:    24211  Abingdon, Washington, Virginia, United Stat es of America Born:    26 Jun 1911 Died:    9 Nov 1997 State (Year) SSN issued:    Virginia (1974 )

[DI8598] COUNCIL, Va. –  Funeral services for Harley Burk Nuckles will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Honaker Funeral Home Chapel, Honaker, Va., with Rev. Troy Harris, the Rev. Ellis Nuckles and the Rev. Claude Rose officiating. Interment will follow in the Nuckles Cemetery on Fletchers Ridge. Pallbearers will be nephews, Kenneth Horne and Auburn Ratliff. Honorary pallbearers will be men of the Fletchers Ridge Freewill Baptist Church and Arthur Nuckles. Mr. Harley Burk Nuckles, age 78, passed away Sunday, Jan. 4, 2009, in Lebanon, Va., hospital. COUNCIL, Va. –  Mr. Harley Burk Nuckles, age 78, passed away Sunday, Jan. 4, 2009, in Lebanon, Va., hospital. Born Jan. 20, 1930, in Buchanan County, Va., he was a son of the late Dewey and Oma Tiller Nuckles. A lifelong resident of Buchanan County, he served as chief deputy in Buchanan County, 1968-1972. He served in the Army, was a member of the American Legion Post No. 164 of Grundy, Va., and was a member of the Fletchers Ridge Freewill Baptist Church. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Joan Nuckles; a sister, Jean Sprouse; and a brother, Earnest Nuckles. Survivors include two sisters, Ivanell Tiller of Honaker and Sandy Wilson and her husband Rob of Council; two brothers, Ervin Nuckles and his wife Wilma of Lebanon and J.D. Nuckles and Loretta of Sugar Grove; sister-in-law, Lois Nuckles of Honaker; two stepgrandchildren, Joseph and Cora; and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Honaker Funeral Home after 6 p.m. Tuesday, where an evening service will be conducted at 7 p.m., with the Rev. Ancil Childress and the Rev. Larry Robinson officiating. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Wednesday in the Honaker Funeral Home Chapel, Honaker, Va., with Rev. Troy Harris, Rev. Ellis Nuckles and Rev. Claude Rose officiating. Interment will follow in the Nuckles Cemetery on Fletchers Ridge. Pallbearers will be nephews, Kenneth Horne and Auburn Ratliff. Honorary pallbearers will be men of the Fletchers Ridge Freewill Baptist Church and Arthur Nuckles.

[NI8599] Bristol Herald Courier/Bristol Virginia-Tennessean - (Mar/27/2009) Mr. Joseph Chester "Chuck" Street, 56, passed away Wednesday, March 25, 2009. He was born in Drill, Va., and had resided on the Peninsula for the past 31 years. He retired from the City of Newport News as the City Assessor in 2007 after 31 years of service. He was a member of the VAAO, the IAAO and the Tidewater Street Rod Association.Mr. Street was preceded in death by his father, Pete Street; «u»«b»his mother, Joan Street Nuckles; and his stepfather, Harley Nuckles.«/u»«/b»Survivors include his devoted wife of 35 years, Jane Compton Street of the home; his son, Joseph Street and wife, Noel of Goochland; and his daughter, Cora Hite and husband, Charles of Newport News.The family would like to extend their heart-felt thanks to the staffs of Riverside Hospice, York Convalescent and Rehab, and the Peninsula Cancer Institute for all their care and compassion during his illness.A celebration of life will be conducted at 6:30 p.m., Friday, March 27, 2009, at Weymouth Funeral Home, by the Rev. Kathy Gray, with visitation to follow. Graveside services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Sunday, in the Whitt Cemetery at Drill, Va., with the Rev. Ancil Childress officiating. Those wishing to attend the service are asked to assemble at Honaker Funeral Home at 10:30 a.m. to go in procession.In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial donations be made to Riverside Hospice, 12420 Warwick Blvd., Newport News, VA 23606; or The , 11835 Canon Blvd., Suite A-102, Newport News, VA 23606.Honaker Funeral Home and Weymouth Funeral Home are in charge of the arrangements.

[DI8599] Name:  «tab»Joan E. Nuckols SSN: «tab»231-60-3618 Born: «tab»26 Jan 1945 Died: «tab»22 Sep 1995 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (1962)

[DI8602] Name:  «tab»Eva Jean Sprouse SSN: «tab»212-34-9686 Last Residence: «tab»22110  Manassas, Manassas City, Virginia, Born: «tab»25 Nov 1934 Last Benefit: «tab»22111  Manassas, Manassas City, Virginia, Died: «tab»Jan 1983 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Maryland (1952-1953)

[DI8604] Smyth County News & Messenger - (Jul/10/2008) Richlands News Press Earnest Nuckles, 71, of the Big A Mountain section of Honaker, died June 25 in a Richlands hospital. Born Sept. 29, 1936 in Buchanan County, he was a son of the late Dewey and Oma Tiller Nuckles. He had spent most of his life in the Buchanan and Russell County areas and was a member of Mt. Zion Freewill Baptist Church where he served as a deacon and trustee for 30 years. He was a disabled carpenter. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one sister, Eva Jean Sprouse. Survivors: wife of 43 years, Lois Ellen Smith Nuckles; son and daughter-in-law, Bradley and Jennifer Nuckles of Honaker; grandchildren, Brandon Nuckles and Lexi Nuckles, both of Honaker; sisters, Ivanell Tiller of Honaker, Sandy Wilson and husband, Rob, of Council; brothers, Harley Nuckles of Council, Ervin Nuckles and wife, Wilma, of Lebanon, J.D. Nuckles and wife, Loretta, of Sugar Grove; and several nieces and nephews. The funeral was conducted at 11 a.m. June 28 in the Honaker Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Giles Wilson and Rev. Ellis Nuckles officiating. Interment followed in the Nuckles Cemetery on Fletcher's Ridge. Name:  «tab»Earnest Nuckles SSN: «tab»228-46-2521 Last Residence: «tab»24260  Honaker, Russell, Virginia Born: «tab»29 Sep 1936 Died: «tab»25 Jun 2008 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (1953-1954 )

[DI8621] Name: «tab»Ernest M. Davis SSN: «tab»235-09-2591 Last Residence: «tab»25979  Pipestem, Summers, West Virginia, Born: «tab»14 Sep 1914 Died: «tab»25 Nov 2002 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»West Virginia (Before 1951)

[DI8629] «b»Published in Wytheville Enterprise on October 21, 2009 «/b» Gloria June Nuckels Mrs. Gloria June Nuckels, age 82, of Richlands, VA, passed away Sun., Oct. 11, 2009 at a Tazewell, VA, hospital following a lengthy illness. She was born in Richlands, VA, and was the daughter of the late Henry and Sarah Burress Shortridge. She had made her home in the Richlands area all of her life and was a former clerk at the Richlands Pharmacy for over 45 years. She had attended the Bethel Assembly of God Church in Richlands and was a graduate of Richlands High School Class of 1946. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Marvin Earl Nuckels; one son, Rodney Terrence Beavers; four sisters, Nannie Houchins, Gracie Rimmer, Pansy Damron, and Ann Blevins; and four brothers, Bill, John, Raymond, and I.C. "Turk" Shortridge. Survivors are: one son: Chris E. Nuckels of Cedar Bluff, VA; two sisters: Mae O'Bryne of Fredericksburg, VA, Thelma Joyce of Richlands, VA; one brother: Robert Shortridge of Flushing, MI; special niece: Shirley Wyatt of Richlands, VA; several other nieces and nephews also survive. Funeral services for Gloria June Nuckels were conducted Tues., Oct. 13, 2009 at 7:30 p.m. at the Hurst-Scott Funeral Chapel in Richlands, VA, with the Rev. Stafford Compton officiating. Interment followed Wed., Oct. 14, 2009 at 11:00 a.m. at the Clinch Valley Memorial Cemetery in Richlands, VA. Pallbearers were: Michael O'Bryne, Lee Coleman, Billy Nuckels, J.J. Altizer, Gene Joyce, and Raymond Brown. Friends called after 6:00 p.m. Tues. evening at the Hurst-Scott Funeral Home in Richlands, VA. Hurst-Scott Funeral Home in Richlands, VA was in charge of arrangements

[DI8638] Obituary Date: «tab»29 Apr 2009 Newspaper Title: «tab»Smyth County News & Messenger Newspaper Location: «tab»Marion, VA, USA Mr. James "Tyke' Nuckels, age 57 of Richlands, Va., passed away Sun., April 26, 2009 at a Bristol, Tenn. hospital following a lengthy illness. He was born in Richlands, Va., and was the son of Peggy Hand Nuckels and the late George Nuckels of Richlands, Va. He was a disabled coal miner and had formerly worked for Pittston Coal Company. He will be truly missed by all who knew and loved him. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Hurst-Scott Funeral Home of Richlands will be serving the family.

[NI8689] Going, A. J. Lived in:  Brookville, Campbell County, Virginia Series: T623     Microfilm:  1703     Book:  1     Page:  7 1900 Campbell Co, Brookville, VA-pg 7       A J Going, 11/1850, Widower, V A        Nannie, dau, 10/1879, single, VA        Jessie, son, 4/1887, VA        Sarah Nuckles, Sister, 5/1825, Widow, no children VA (prob moth er in law) Andrew Jackson Going, son of Gabriella Skinner Going, appearedas a 10-year -old in the 1850 census of Amherst County. He wasmarried May 9, 1871, " at age 23" to Nannie Elizabeth Nuckles,"age 23" at Lynchburg, Virginia, ac cording to the research ofNancy F. Byrd, family historian and Foundation m ember of Tooele,Utah. Mrs. Byrd was a great-great-granddaughter of AndrewJ ackson Going and Nannie ElizabethNuckles Going according to her lett er of May 22, 1995. (Scott Shaffer sschaffer@social.rr.com

[NI8707] Louisa Co Va Guardian Bonds pg352-353 GDN BOND William Terrell Gdn. to Lucy Susan Terrell, Rebecca Mar ia Terrell and Mary Eliza Terrell orphans of said William Terrell. $5,00 0; Sec. John Overton and Samuel Overton 12 Sept 1803

[NI8708] Father:  William Bales HOCKETT (AFN:CMXZ-0K)  Family Mother:  Sibyl BRANSON (AFN:4CR0-X3)

[NI8709] Name: Joseph Nuckols SSN: 450-09-1686 Last Residence: 76134  Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas, United States of Ameri ca Born: 5 Jul 1895 Died: May 1982 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 ) Name: Joseph Green Nuckols Titles: Gender: Male Marital status: Death date: 06 May 1982 Death county: Hill Death place: Hill, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[DI8710] Name: «tab»Willie Ann Nuckols Death Date: «tab»17 Jul 1959 Death Place: «tab»Cleburne, Johnson, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»57 years 8 months 18 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»29 Oct 1901 Birthplace: «tab»Hill Co., Texas Marital Status: «tab»Widowed SS# 450-24-5925 Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Charlie L. Miller Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Cora E. Davenport Mother's Birthplace: Inf- J Green Nuckols Occupation: «tab»Housewife Place of Residence: «tab»Itasca, Hill, Texas 702 E Main St Cemetery: «tab»Itasca Cemetery Burial Place: «tab»Itasca, Texas Burial Date: «tab»19 Jul 1959 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2115949 Digital Film Number: «tab»4165922 Image Number: «tab»2429 Reference Number: «tab»CN 39761 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDRH-CP8 : accessed 4 May 2012), Willie Ann Nuckols, 1959.

[DI8711] Name: «tab»Ollie Bowles Butler Death Date: «tab»10 Sep 1975 Death Place: «tab»Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»77 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1/16/1898 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»AL Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Sidney Nuchols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Nancy Clementine Walters Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Grandview Cem Burial Place: «tab»Grandview TX Burial Date: «tab»9/12 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2243830 Digital Film Number: «tab»4167876 Image Number: «tab»2591 Reference Number: «tab»70415 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J63Z-T59 : accessed 7 May 2012), Sidney Nuchols in entry for Ollie Bowles Butler, 1975.

[DI8712] Name: «tab»Walter Harvey Bowles Death Date: «tab»19 Dec 1954 Death Place: «tab»Cleburne, Johnson, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»66 years 5 months 12 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»07 Jul 1888 Birthplace: «tab»Mississippi Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Charles S. Bowles Father's Birthplace: «tab»Miss. Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Harris Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Miss. Occupation: «tab»Farmer Place of Residence: «tab»Grandview, Johnson, Texas Cemetery: «tab»Grandview Cemetery Burial Place: «tab»Grandview, Texas Burial Date: «tab»20 Dec 1954 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2114328 Digital Film Number: «tab»4165412 Image Number: «tab»2861 Reference Number: «tab»cn 61927 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JX8Q-56X : accessed 7 May 2012), Walter Harvey Bowles, 1954.

[NI8713] 1930 census has brother in law Floyd G Johnson, ag 10 or 20 born Washingto n Daily Oklahoman, The (Oklahoma City, OK) - October 30, 2000 Deceased Name: Olen Nuckols NUCKOLS Olen, 98, died at home on October 28, 2000. Olen was born on De c. 31, 1901 in Berry, Alabama, the son of Sidney Nuckols and Clementine Nu ckols. He and his family moved to Files Valley, Texas in 1910. He attend ed school in Files Valley and was a member of the Methodist Church of Itas ca, Texas. He left Itasca in 1925 with all of his worldly possession s, "a cotton sack and a pair of knee pads" and went to West Texas to pi ck cotton, but then was offered a job by his brother who was living inOkla homa City and who owned O.K. State Motor Express, Inc. By 1952 Olen had be come the sole owner of O.K. State Motor Express, Inc. and in 1956 he so ld it to Magic Empire Express. Magic contracted with Olen to stay and mana ge the operations for another three years, however he continued to work f or Magic until 1977 when he retired at the age of 76. It was in Oklahoma C ity that Olen met his wife, Nell whom he married in 1931. Nell and Olen sh ared their lives together until Nell died in December, 1994. Olen was a lo ng time member of the Wesley United Methodist Church. Olen was honored th is year for being a member of the Masonic Lodge for 75 years. Olen was al so a long standing Shriner. Olen enjoyed life. He never passed up the oppo rtunity to tell a joke or a story or share a newspaper article that he w as carrying in his wallet. Olen was preceded in death by his parents, t wo sisters, Ollie, Flora and three brothers, Green, Clyde and B.T. Ol en is survived by his sister, Sidney Mae Head and her husband, Julian He ad of Corpus Christi, Texas and their children, David Head and Nancy Aldri dge. Olen is also survived by his grand- son, Lloyd M. Dearinure, Jr. a nd wife, Debra, and their children Andrew Dearinure and Sara Kay Dearinu re of Upland, California. Olen will be missed by his family, neighbors a nd friends, and especially his four-legged friend, Dana. Funeral service w ill be 2:00 p.m., Monday, Oct. 30, 2000 at Smith & Kernke Chapel, 14 01 NW 23rd. Internment to follow at Rose Hill Burial Park. SMITH & KERN KE 1401 NW 23RD

[NI8714] Daily Oklahoman, The (Oklahoma City, OK) - December 23, 1994 Deceased Name: Nell Nuckols Nell, died Tuesday, December 20, 1994 in OKC. She was born in Cabol, Mo. S he was raised in Cushing, Ok. and in 1928 moved to OKC. Nell married Ol en Nuckols on July 6, 1937. She worked at Paramount Pictures and Magic Emp ire Express. Retired from Magic Empire after 21 years in 1977. Preced ed in death by her parents, Charles and Laura Johnson; two sisters, Minn ie and Helen; two brothers, Charles and Gene Johnson. She is survived by h usband, Olen Nuckols; grandson, L.M. and wife, Debra; granddaught er, Can dy Gibbons; and great grandchildren, Sara Kay and Andrew, all live in Upla nd, Ca. Services 2:00 p.m. Friday, December 23, 1994 at Smith & Kernke Fun eral Home Chapel. Entombment, Abbey Mausoleum, Rose Hill Burial Park. Name: Nell M. Nuckols SSN: 444-03-2494 Last Residence: 73116  Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma, United Stat es of America Born: 30 Mar 1901 Died: 20 Dec 1994 State (Year) SSN issued: Oklahoma (Before 1951 )

[DI8715] Name:  «tab»Flora P. Bean SSN: «tab»465-07-6918 Born: «tab»1 Jul 1905 Died: «tab»28 Apr 1991 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Texas (Before 1951)

[DI8720] Name:  «tab»Julian Head SSN: «tab»462-01-3509 Last Residence: «tab»78414  Corpus Christi, Nueces, Texas Born: «tab»17 May 1914 Died: «tab»17 Apr 2006

[DI8724] Social Security Death Index about Matthew Charles Nuckols Name: «tab»Matthew Charles Nuckols Last Residence: «tab»87901  Truth Or Consequences, Sierra, New Mexico,  Born: «tab»5 Nov 1959 Died: «tab»7 Dec 2010 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»New Mexico (1974)

[NI8727] Name: J. Ewing SSN: 451-10-8067 Last Residence: 76107  Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas, United States of Ameri ca Born: 21 Apr 1904 Died: May 1987 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 ) Texas Death Index, 1903-2000 about Jesse Ewing Name: Jesse Ewing Death Date: 27 May 1987 Death County: Tarrant Gender: Male

[HI8730] (Research):Name: Edward Lee Nuckols Gender: Male Marital status: Death date: 20 Aug 1989 Death county: Tarrant Death place: Tarrant, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[NI8731] Fort Worth Star-Telegram (TX) - January 16, 1998 Deceased Name: Viola Allen Nuckols LAKE WORTH - Viola Allen Nuckols, a homemaker and artist, died Wednesda y, Jan. 14, 1998, at a Lake Worth nursing home. She was 88. Funeral: 4 p. m. Friday at Thompson's Harveson & Cole Funeral Home. Burial: Greenwood Me morial Park. Visitation: 3 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Viola Allen Nu ckols was born March 18, 1909, in Fort Worth. She had lived in the Fort Wo rth area most of her life. She was a graduate of Arlington Heights High Sc hool and, when in her 60s, studied art and writing at Tarrant County Juni or College. Mrs. Nuckols was a self-taught artist, working in oils, waterc olors and pastels. She was a spinner and weaver who demonstrated those cra fts at the Log Cabin Village, where she was an employee for several year s. Earlier in her life, she worked as a waitress. She was an Episcopalia n. She was preceded in death by her husband, Edward Lee Nuckols. Survivor s: Her daughters, Coral Southwell of Austin and Carol Nuckols of Fort Wort h. Thompson's Harveson & Cole 702 Eighth Ave., 336-0345 Name: Viola A. Nuckols SSN: 449-26-8872 Last Residence: 76135  Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas, United States of Ameri ca Born: 18 Mar 1909 Last Benefit: 76140  Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas, United States of Ameri Died: 14 Jan 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 ) Name: Viola Nuckols Gender: Female Marital status: Death date: 14 Jan 1998 Death county: Tarrant Death place: Tarrant, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[NI8732] Fort Worth Star-Telegram (TX) - July 11, 2001 Deceased Name: Paul A. Nuckols CLEBURNE - Paul A. Nuckols, 86, an employee of the U.S. Postal Service f or 17 years, died Monday, July 9, 2001, in Fort Worth. Funeral: 10 a.m. Th ursday at Cleburne Funeral Home. Burial: Laurel Land Memorial Park in Fo rt Worth. Visitation: 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Pa ul A. Nuckols was born March 31, 1915, in Tuscaloosa, Ala. He was a memb er of Henderson Street Baptist Church. Survivors: Wife, Winnie Fred Nuckols of Cleburne; son, Billy Earl Nucko ls of Jasper, Ark.; sisters, Maxine Murchison of Bridge City and Floret te Cockerham of Fort Worth; and two grandchildren. Cleburne Funeral Home Cleburne, (817) 648-0522 Name: Paul A. Nuckols SSN: 451-12-1129 Last Residence: 76031  Cleburne, Johnson, Texas, United States of Ameri Born: 31 Mar 1915 Died: 9 Jul 2001 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 )

[NI8734] Name: Clara Maxine Murchison SSN: 461-16-5386 Last Residence: 77642  Port Arthur, Jefferson, Texas, United States of Ame rica Born: 2 Oct 1917 Died: 18 Jul 2007 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 )

[DI8735] Port Arthur News on line BRIDGE CITY —  Aug. 22, 1918 - Aug. 21, 2011    Rev. W. P. Murchison, 92, of Bridge City, Texas went home to be with the Lord on Sunday morning, August 21, 2011.    Rev. Murchison was born August 22, 1918 in Iola, TX to William Thomas Murchison and Mary James Murchison. He was a resident of Bridge City, Texas for the last 14 years. Rev. Murchison was ordained to the ministry in 1943, faithfully serving the Lord as a minister of the Gospel for over 65 years. He served as pastor to churches throughout Central and Southeast Texas and served one church in Fayetteville, Arkansas. For many years Rev. Murchison served as a State Missionary, helping to start new churches in several Texas cities.    Funeral services will be held at 6:30 p.m., Tuesday, August 23, 2011 at Second Baptist Church Bridge City with Barry Murchison and Bill Nickum officiating. The funeral service will be preceded by a visitation at 5:00 p.m.  Graveside services will be held on Wednesday, August 24, 2011 at 1:00 p.m. at Enon Baptist Church in Iola, Texas with interment to follow at Enon Cemetery under the direction of Levingston Funeral Home in Groves, TX.    Survivors include sons, Preston Murchison and wife Kathe of Van, TX, Barry Murchison and wife Anita of Beaumont, TX;  sister Dora McDougald and husband Cutherel of Iola, TX; eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.    The family wishes to express their sincere appreciation to the staff of the Meadows Nursing Home of Orange, TX and the staff of Altus Hospice for the kind and loving care they provided their farther during the last three years.    Those wishing may send a memorial to: Jacksonville College, 105 B. J. Albritton Drive, Jacksonville, Texas 75766. Social Security Death Index about Willie Preston Murchison Name: «tab»Willie Preston Murchison «tab» Last Residence: «tab»77611  Bridge City, Orange, Texas Born: «tab»22 Aug 1918 Died: «tab»21 Aug 2011 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Texas (Before 1951)

[NI8736] Name: Doris Floretle Nuckols Date of Birth: 31 Jan 1921 Birth County: Hill Certificate Number: 3777 Roll Number: 1921_0012

[DI8736] Doris Cockerham, 91, passed away Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012. Funeral: 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Greenwood Funeral Home Chapel. Interment: Greenwood Memorial Park. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at Greenwood Funeral Home. Memorials: In lieu of flowers, her memory may be honored by a gift to the Billy Graham Evangelist Association, Birchman Baptist Church Missions or the Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children. Doris Florette Cockerham was born Jan. 31, 1921, to Andrew and Donie Nuckols in Hill County, near Itasca. She attended school in the Itasca ISD, graduating in 1938. She met and married her late husband of 66 years, J.T. Cockerham, in 1940, subsequently living in Dallas and Grand Prairie, while working at North American Aviation during World War II. In 1946, the family established their residence in the River Oaks area, where she remained until her death. Doris was a full-time homemaker, faithfully raising three children. She was active in her children's school activities, as well as community functions, and was considered an accomplished seamstress. Doris was a member of Birchman Baptist Church, and a charter member and past matron of Castleberry Chapter 1028 O.E.S. Throughout her life, Doris dedicated herself to sharing Christ with many, whether it was through years of teaching Sunday school, her longtime role of a volunteer counselor at the Pregnancy Help Center, or simply acting as spiritual advisor, mentor and friend. She was known by all to provide generous, yet unconditional support, time, effort and money to those in need. Her family finds great solace in knowing the tremendous impact her gentle nature, example and teaching, made in so many lives, and is truly proud of the legacy she created for all of us. Doris was preceded in death by her husband of 66 years, J.T. Cockerham; parents, Andrew and Donie Nuckols; sisters, Jane Ewing and Maxine Murchison; and brothers, Edward and Paul Nuckols. Survivors: Daughters, Linda Anderson of Burleson, Phyllis Cromwell and husband, Dub, of Bedford; son, John Trent Cockerham and wife, Vicki, of Colleyville; sister-in-Law, Winnie Fred Nuckols of Keene; grandchildren, Angela Hurtt, Jeff Quayle, David Quayle, Roger Kilgore, Courtney Harper, Casey Cromwell, Amanda Murphy, Trent Cockerham and Taylor Cockerham; nine great-grandchildren; and a host of beloved nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Published in Star-Telegram on November 19, 2012

[DI8737] Social Security Death Index about J. T. Cockerham Name: «tab»J. T. Cockerham «tab» Last Residence: «tab»76114  Fort Worth, Tarrant, Texas, United States of America Born: «tab»3 Oct 1920 Died: «tab»17 May 2007 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Texas (Before 1951)

[BI8741] Name: «tab»Anna Mae Knuckles Gender: «tab» Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»9/24/1900 Birthplace: «tab»Hynes, Monroe, Iowa Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Earnest Leroy Knuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Cora Levina Bates Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C86801-2 System Origin: «tab»Iowa-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»981251 Reference Number: «tab»0981251-275 Source Citation "Iowa, Births and Christenings, 1830-1950," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XVHM-54C : accessed 17 April 2012), Anna Mae Knuckles (1900).

[BI8742] Name: «tab»Inez Cecil Clark Event: «tab»Birth Event Date: «tab»26 Jan 1908 Event Place: «tab»Atchison, Missouri Gender: «tab»Female Father: «tab»Lewis Clark Mother: «tab»Anna Belle Nuckolls Certificate Number: «tab» Film Number: «tab»1035208 Digital Folder Number: «tab»4322829 Image Number: «tab»00362 Source Citation "Iowa, County Births, 1880-1935," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V461-CX7 : accessed 17 April 2012), Anna Belle Nuckolls in entry for Inez Cecil Clark (1908)

[BI8743] Name: «tab»Elizabeth Hammond Event: «tab»Birth Event Date: «tab»04 Jan 1909 Event Place: «tab»Eldora, Hardin, Iowa, United States Gender: «tab»Female Father: «tab»Frank C Hammond Mother: «tab»Susanna Nuckolls Certificate Number: «tab» Film Number: «tab»1547836 Digital Folder Number: «tab»4266227 Image Number: «tab»00164 Source Citation "Iowa, County Births, 1880-1935," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V4XH-K7M : accessed 17 April 2012), Susanna Nuckolls in entry for Elizabeth Hammond (1909).

[BI8747] Name: «tab»Jane Bray Event: «tab»Birth Event Date: «tab»15 Oct 1921 Event Place: «tab»Iowa City, Johnson, Iowa, United States Gender: «tab»Female Father: «tab»Archie Wilmotte Bray Mother: «tab»Virginia Nuckolls Certificate Number: «tab»127 Film Number: «tab»1738606 Digital Folder Number: «tab»4266315 Image Number: «tab»00118 Source Citation "Iowa, County Births, 1880-1935," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/V466-D4R : accessed 17 April 2012), Jane Bray (1921).

[DI8747] United States Obituary Collection about Jayne Turet Name of Deceased: «tab»Jayne Turet Gender: «tab»F (Female) Death Date: «tab»5 Mar 2010 Death Place: «tab»Norfolk Obituary Date: «tab»21 Mar 2010 Newspaper Title: «tab»The Virginian Pilot Newspaper Location: «tab»Hampton Roads, VA, USA Residence (at time of death): «tab»Norfolk March Parents' Names: «tab»Archie and Virginia Bray Childrens' Names: «tab»Philip and David Turet Number of Great-grandchildren: «tab»2 Jayne Bray Turet NORFOLK - Jayne Turet, 88, died at her home at Pembroke Towers in Norfolk March 5, 2010. Mrs. Turet grew up in Troy, N.Y., daughter of the late Archie and Virginia Bray. She graduated from Russell Sage College and later received her registered nursing degree in psychiatric nursing, serving as a nurse in the McLean Hospital near Boston, Mass. She was the loving wife and companion of 60 years to Milton Turet (recently deceased). She is survived by two sons, Philip and David Turet; proud grandmother of Lynda, Maurice, David, Jacob; and two great-grandchildren. Her involvement in the League of Women Voters over the years in Milwaukee, Cleveland and Norfolk, as well as her kind and generous nature earned her many lifelong friends. Donations to the L.W.V. or to the charity of the donors choosing would be appreciated. Mrs. Turet's sons also request that her friends send simple cards of remembrance (no gifts) for the benefit of her grandchildren in care of H.D. Oliver Funeral Apts., Norfolk Chapel. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday, March 28, in the chapel of H.D. Oliver Funeral Apts., 1501 Colonial Ave., Norfolk. Online condolences may be offered to her family through www. hdoliver.com. Published in The Virginian Pilot on March 21, 2010

[DI8749] Social Security Death Index about Thomas Bowles Name: «tab»Thomas Bowles SSN: «tab»228-84-1087 Last Residence: «tab»23111  Mechanicsville, Hanover, Virginia,  Born: «tab»27 Apr 1895 Died: «tab»Aug 1970 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (1970)

[BI8750] Name: «tab»Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»13 Apr 1880 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»V. G. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»S. 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-CVC : accessed 18 April 2012), Nuckols (1880).

[NI8772] Chicago Tribune (IL) - August 31, 1961 Deceased Name: Charles M. Nuckolls Charles M. Nuckolls, on Monday, Aug. 28, 1961, in New Orleans, La., husba nd of Leota Kruezinger; step-father of Frank I. Herdliska; brother of Mr s. Cal Barnett and the late Mrs. Minnie Schumaker. Also survived by two st epgrandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Age 82 years. A nati ve of Chatham, Ill., resident of Chicago for 52 years. Interment in Sug ar Creek cemetery, Chatham, Ill., Friday, Sept. 1, 1961

[DI8772] Chicago Tribune (IL) - August 31, 1961 Deceased Name: Charles M. Nuckolls Charles M. Nuckolls, on Monday, Aug. 28, 1961, in New Orleans, La., husba nd of Leota Kruezinger; step-father of Frank I. Herdliska; brother of Mr s. Cal Barnett and the late Mrs. Minnie Schumaker. Also survived by two st epgrandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Age 82 years. A nati ve of Chatham, Ill., resident of Chicago for 52 years. Interment in Sug ar Creek cemetery, Chatham, Ill., Friday, Sept. 1, 1961

[DI8773] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Mary Nuckols Sr (Indexed incorrectly by ancestry) [Charles Nuckols Sr] [Chas. Nuckols] Death Date: «tab»6 May 1916 Death Location: «tab»Woodford Residence Location: «tab»Woodford Age: «tab»65y 8m 16d Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»20 Aug 1850 Birth Location: «tab»Woodford Father's Name: «tab»Claiborne Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Woodford Mother's Name: «tab»Jane Dedman Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Fayette Informant H C Taylor, Versailles, KY COD Apoplexy caused by ---- in brain. Contributory-Rheumatism

[NI8777] From:  Stan & Lou Smith To: BOWLES-L@rootsweb.com Subject: Frederick Nuckols BOWLES

[NI8778] 1910 Montgomery Co, Prarie, MO -pg 124 Nannie Nuckles, widow, 49, 11/10, IL MD MD-Own Milner Shop Grace, dau, 19, SD VA IL Charles, son, 16, MO VA IL Pansy, dau, 13 MO Artie, dau, 12, MO Robert, son, 12, MO Frederick Banks, GS, 6 Callie Frank, GD, 2 1920 Los Angeles Co, Los Angeles, CA -ED218 pg 4 Nannie Nuckles, 59, widow, IL MO MO Grace, dau, 30, b SDArtis, dau, 22, MO VA IL Callie Frank, granddau, 12, MO TX MO 1930 Los Angeles Co, Los Angeles, CA Dist 59 Nannie Nuckles, head,68, wd, md age 31, IL MD MD, own home $4000 Grace N Grimm, dau, age 36, md age 28 SD VA IL Lawrence C Grimm, son on law,35, md age 22, MI OH MI, RR contractor There is a pension application filed in MO 6/2/1884 for a Thomas Nuckle s, invalid, but it says her served in the 35th Indiana Infantry.  The wid ow was a Nannie Nuckles who filed also in MO 5/13/1898.  This fits with th is family, but does not make sense that he served in Indiana. California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Nannie Nuckles [Nannie Reel] Social Security #: 0 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 10 Apr 1861 Birthplace: Illinois Death Date: 13 Feb 1940 Death Place: Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: Rampell Father's Surname: Reel

[DI8778] Nany appears in the 1940 census enumerated Apr 4, 1940. Date of death seems incorrect

[NI8779] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 June 5 1917 res Vandalia, MO age 24 born Dec 24, 1892 MIddletown, Mo Farmer, married, wife and children Short, med build, brown eyes, black hair Charles Nuckles 36 1893 Missouri  Head  White  Los Angeles, Los Angele s, CA   4/7/1930 Nellie n Nuckles 34 1895    Wife     Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA   ENG E NG ENG Citizen 1923 Richard c Nuckles 2y 0m 1927    Son     Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA Herman r Nuckles 16 1913    Son     Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA Charles m Nuckles 10 1919    Son     Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA Roscoe Nuckles 21 1908    Nephew     Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA Own home, $3200  Md 1st 33/30 California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Charles Nuckles Social Security #: 551465934 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 24 Dec 1892 Birthplace: Missouri Death Date: 30 Aug 1969 Death Place: Riverside Mother's Maiden Name: Reel

[NI8780] Owner of his grandfather's estate Date: June 24, 1902 Location: Kentucky Paper: Morning Herald Mr and Mrs Samuel Nuckols are at home after a short visit to Mr Lewis Nuck ols in the country S C Michols   Enumeration District: 0109 Color: W   Age: 64 Birth Place: Kentucky 1910   Visit: 0095   County:  Woodford   Relation:  Husband   Relatives:  Wife Luella 61, Kentucky Daughter Eva O 04, Kentucky Daughter Lida 28, Kentucky Date: July 27, 1909 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Lexington Herald Versailles Ky July 26-Farm Machinery Sold Mr Nuckols sold for master Commissioner Lewis A Nuckols to satisfy a judgm ent of $1500 a lot of farm machinery which was knocked down to Russe ll & Co of Massillon Ohio for $550 Date: March 10, 1911 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Lexington Herald Miss Carrie Hunt of Lexington has been the guest of Mr S C Nuckols and fam ily this week Lexington Herald Aug 2 1921 House Burned in Woodford Family Has Narrow Escape When Early Morning Blaze Makes Rapid Headway Defective Flue Blamed Versailles Ky- Aug 1- The large brick residence of Samuel C Nucko ls Sr on the Shyrocks Ferry pike, caught fire from a defective flue Mond ay morning at 6 o'clock and was destroyed. The building burned so rapid ly that members of the family barely escaped. The loss was estimated at $1 2,000, with $6100 insurance. A few household articles on the first floor w ere saved. Lexington Herald Aug 27 1921 Versailles Ky Aug 26- The contract for rebuilding the residence of Samu el C Nuckols, Sr recently destroyed by fire, was let Thursday afterno on to Porter Singleton and Fred J Rump. Singleton is to do the woodwork a nd Rump the brick work. The Lexington Herald Aug 15, 1922 The Will of Samuel C Nuckols, Sr was probated in county court Monday up on the oaths of Ulysses Turner and Miss Fannie Turner. It was in Mr Nucko ls handwriting. He appointed his son-in-law, R H Gay as executor, request ed that no bond be required. He left all his property to his widow, Mrs Lo uvenia W Nuckols, for life. Miss Lida marie Nuckols, should outlive his wi fe, unmarried, she is to have $10,000 in excess of the shares of his oth er children. If she is married when the division is made all the childr en are required to share and share alike. Should any child died leaving he irs, those heirs will inherit that child's part. A C hunter is named trust ee for the single daughter. Lexington Herald 8/13/1922 Samuel C Nuckols, 77 years old died Saturday morning at 7 o'clock aft er a long illness. He is survived by his widow, two sons, Louis A Nucko ls of Roanoke Va and Claude Nuckols of Albany New York; two daughters, M rs Robert H Gay and Miss Lida Marie Nuckols of this county. He was a promi nent citizen and an officer of the Christian Church. The funeral will be c onducted at the home on the Shryocks Ferry pike Sunday afternoon at 2; 30 by the Rev W J Shelburne, with burial in Lexington Cemetery. The pallbe arers will be Charles Nuckols, W Henry Graddy, Jr, Joseph C Carter, Samu el I Wooldridge, John T Graves and A C Hunter. Hearn Family History pg 300  by author I lived near Versailles, Woodford Co, KY 1869 and 1870 , at that time Mr S amuel Nuckols , quite an old man, who had lived there all of his life, ask ed me about the Jacob Hearne of 1790 and his descendants, but I knew nothi ng whatever of them, nor do I remember of ever hearing any of my family.

[DI8780] Name:  «tab»Samuel Claiborne Nuckols Death Date: «tab»12 Aug 1922 Death Location: «tab»Woodford Residence Location: «tab»Woodford Age: «tab»75 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»14 Oct 1846 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Claiborne W Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Jane Dedman Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky

[NI8782] Is this the John W Nuckols, 1880 Census Wyoming Co, Barkers Ridge, WV -p 4 97 age 33

[NI8783] 1888 Goochland County Records Goochland Post Office records Peers, JOHN F NUCKOLS Goochland Mills-Corn and Flour. Peers, John F Nuckols Goochland, Mills-Saw. Peers, John F Nuckols 1888 Goochland Co, Records Principal Farmers DOVER MINES S. S. Duval, E. J. Duval, W. L. Charles, Wm. S. Johnso n, A. C. Henley, Samuel Brooks, Wm. Coleman, C. W. Henley, H. K. Nuckol s, Mathew Snead, H. J. Harris, Samuel Proyer, S. T. Bowers, W. T. St. Clai r, J. H. Johnson, J. F. Nuckols, Richard Powell, R. S. Allen, Chas. A. Joh nson, B. W. Johnson. PEERS R. T. L. Toler, J. F. Nuckols, W. E. Armstrong, J. S. Leadbette r, J. T. Duggins, B. J. Walton, Byron Waldrop, A. C. Nuckols, Charles B. M ills, Thos. R. Mills, George Woodard, Wm. R. Johnson, G. P. Nuckol s, T. F. Nuckols, Philip Satterwite, R. Johnson, R. B. Shepperd, D. M. Bar rington

[NI8789] Richard came to Missouri about 1870 (some time after April , as he was enu merated in the 1870 Census with his parents)  and was a farmer. He and Ell ah came to Marshall in 1892 to enroll their sons in Missouri Valley Colleg e. The college was opened in 1889, is controlled by the Presbyterian Churc h, but admits students of all faiths. Saline county recorder's ofcie sho ws a Warranty deed dated June 1 1891, filed June 7, 1894 from A S and Ma ry E Van Anglen to Ella E Nuckles for two acres along the south line of Pa rk Avenue Road. Recorded in book 76, Page 529. Her place of residence w as County of Pike ($340.00) These records also show a warranty deed fr om A S and Mary E Van Anglen to Ella E Nuckles dated Dec 12 1891, filed Ju ne 4, 1894 for 1 1/4 acres east of and adjoining the two-acre tract. Recor ded in Book 76 Page 523 ($187.50) Along with their truck garden, they own ed 32 Negro houses, which were rented for one dollar a week. They had a ho rse named "Molly" which Richard hitched to a buggy, and he made the roun ds once a week to collect rent. When Elijah and Richard were visiting in V irginia before their first child was born, Mary Pauline Nuckles gave Elij ah a woven red and green coverlet, with horses around the border, for a ba by blanket. Ellah had dark auburn hair. Bowling Green Times, Thursday, February 24, 1921 Richard Nuckles Dies Age 71 years departed this life Friday, February 18 at about 4 p.m. of par alysis. He having been strcken the third time on Thursday, February 1 0. He was born in Albanarke County Virginia, October 15, 1849 and ca me to Missouri 50 years ago and lived in this county until 1892, when he m oved with his parents to Marshall, MO where he lived until his death. He w as married February 24, 1874 to Miss Ella Euginia Robinson of this count y. He is survived by his wife and two sons, Robert H and George T Nuckle s. Funeral services were held from the Cumberland Presbyterian Church in M arshall, Saturday, February 19th, conducted by Rev T A DeVore, and interme nt was in Ridge Park Cemetery. Mrs Nuckles is a sister to J R Robins on of this city, and both she and Mr Nuckles have many friends in the coun ty who will regret very much to learn of his death. We extend our sincere st sympathy to the family in their bereavement. Death Certificate in file shows born Oct 15, 1849, but all census recor ds indicate he was born in 1846

[NI8794] Mother Bettie buried in Cranberry Cemetery, death date not known family researcher: Kathie hill 22229 E 62nd St Broken Arrow, OK 74014 Also John Parsons JParsons@cafes.net My grandfather William M. Nuckolls told a story where his dad set him on his lap and told him that somebody was after him. The next morning they found him dead in a ditch nearby. They thought he was a war deserter.Sandra Nuckolls ChruchJonChurch@skybest.com Page 157, Alleghany County Cemeteries Through 1986, The Alleghany Historical Genealogical Society, Inc., POBox 817, Sparta, NC 28675. Ed. Lou Reid Landreth. # 6257 Nuckolls W.M. 10-03-1856 05-12-1958 (Doesn't jive with your death date. Anyway, this makes him 102 at death, so it is likely wrong.) Both are buried at Cranberry Primitive Baptist Church, road #1607,  2 1 /2 mi south from junction of 113 & 221, Ashe County side. A story was recorded that William's father was a deserter from a war. T wo family members told me that they heard that when William was very smal l, his father put him on his knee and told him that some people where aft er him and the next morning the family found him dead in a nearby ditc h. I spoke to a gentlemen doing research in the library last month a nd he told me that that they usually didn't kill you if you are a war dese rter because alot of men had farms back home. It could be he was running f rom the law. Could that be recorded somewhere? WM Nuckolls in Book 3 p. 553 Deeds, of where he purchased land from Jacob & Caudice Miller in the Obids Creek Township on 23, Jan 1899 and paid $ 107.00 plus 6% payable on that day. I couldn't read alot of the content be cause it was hard to read.  It was wittness by B.B.Bare & G.E. Richards on on 8, May 1899 by A.S. Eller, Clerk of Court & D.A. Osborne was Regist er Of Deeds copies from a small book. A couple of titles" Declaration of James Cox" & "Declaration of Benjamin Phipps,***  I found an article (pages) o ut of a book that mentioned Creed Nuckolls name. This article was sent to me in 1985 by someone who had researched the Shepherds Line.>>Some years after the first store house was built and goods being sold in it, there was another store house built on the opposite side of the creek near er to the Fields house. The first merchant to sell goods in that house was a man by the name of Weaver. After him came James Waugh and Creed Nuckolls. After them came Weldon Edward who rented the store, sold goods for several years, then moves to the east side of Pine Mountain. After Edwards, McLean and Hale sold goods up to the beginning of the Civil War. After the war was over two young Confederate solders, Charley Evans, who before the war lived at Baltimore, and Captain Blankenship, from Fredericksburg, Va. drifted here. Neither could go back at that time in account if the Federal army having possession of their homes. During the war Evans had lost his right arm and Capt. Blankenship his right leg. They drifted here and by some means got a small stock of goods and continued in the business a few years. Before them came W.J. Neikirk who sold goods and bought horses for the southern market. He married while here Miss Leutitia Ross. After a few years he moved up near Grassy Creek, N.C ***Benjamin Phipps ,Sr. is Grandma Sarah Jane Shepherd Nuckolls' Great Gre at Grandfather b. ca. 1762 in Grayson Co. Va. Married Jane Hash 1838. I  talked to a 73 year old lady that is researching information on Cranberry Cemetery where my family is buried. She was also present when William died. She was around four or five. She told me William Nuckolls donated land for Bellview Church which is less than a mile from Cranberry. Cranberry split up and William changed his membership to Bellview. He was a commi tteemen and wanted to start their own cemetery. This lady Mrs. Reeves said her uncle was the first one buried their. Later they decided to share the one cemetery. She remembered a Nuckolls being buried without a grave marker in the 40's. She wants to see the data I have collected on William & Sarah's children. The reason she had an interest in the Nuckolls was that her mother had a trunk full of old love letters from my uncle Robert (the one I am searching for). The letters are lost but she had one where he wanted to marry her and she turned him down because maybe of family problems. Robert was in the Ohio 52th U.S. Army WW1. He was an officer. She is getting me more information on other people to call. She called an 82 year old man about William and he said that he did die at home because  someone by the name of Dan Hill and Elmer Taylor was walking down the road when William fell to the floor and Sarah Jane yelled at them to help get him up and that was when he died. She gave me an address of an old lady that lives in PA who has alot of information. Every one said so far that noboby heard William talk about his parents. 5/29/2002 I met with Ms. Reeves today and she had alot of information on William Nuckolls. Every one called him Willie. She made a lot of phone calls for me. She wants me to help her figure out what Nuckolls was buried in the Cranberry Cemetery in the mid-40's without a grave marker. She remembers alot of nice flowers was placed on the grave and she saw them on a Sun morning. She thinks it might have been some of W.Va. Nuckolls. She thought some one said that it was one of William's children. All of them are accounted for but Robert. She wants to collect alot of information in a book form and sell them and use the money to purchase markers for the ones in the Cranberry Cemetery without any. She helped a man who was taking ca re if the graves and knew that at one time all the old field stones where cleared out of the cemetery and there are alot of lost graves. Al so we were going through her 1850 Ashe Co. Census and found a Geo. Nicke ls 23 from Va. and  Elizabeth 28  Children; David age 6, Eda age 3 and Pol ly 8/12 from Peak Creek Comm. pg. 16 author Danny L. Miller. I know it is a long shot. I also found in my notes several years ago that I written down that William was born in the Peak Comm. in Ashe. I've asked Mrs. Reeves to help me locate anyone in that comm that might know something. Wm. & Sarah's house burned in 1899 or 1900 and he purchased land in Obid Comm which is close to Peak Creek Comm in Ashe Co in 1899 .I will go so metime and check out land records and wills. Still waiting on a reply from the funeral home and the very old distant cousin from PA. Mrs. Reeves showed me a love letter Robert Nuckolls wrote to her mother in 1909 from Ca mp -Perry, Ohio 2nd.U.S. Infantry  (AHA Pruden Chapin Library) was printed on the stationery.I'm going back to see her Thurs and get a copy of the letter .-- My half-brother told to the family that he remembered that William Nuckolls showed up one day out of nowhere and married Sarah Jane Shepherd. One old gentleman told Ms. Reeves that William wanted to visit his son in Chicago that was sick and Jane wouldn't give him the money and when he got the money his son died before he got to see him. He wasn't sure if they didn't have the money or she didn't want him to go. I cannot understand why Gordie was buried in the Cranberry Cemetery before Jane and William was married. Sarah Jane Shepherd's and her people donated the land for the cemetery The Nuckolls Family as told by Phyllis Nuckolls McMahan Our grandfather, William M Nuckolls was born October 5, 1856 and eid May 1 2, 1934 with a heart attack. He stated that when he was little, his father was a Union soldier in the Civil War, he was advised they were looking for him. He took William in his lap and kissed him goodbye, and later they found his body (his father) in a ditch nearby. He was thought to be a deserter from the Army. If you recall the story Marshall Wyatt wrote on Edison Nuckolls life history as a musician, It told of William Nuckolls, a family of boys that settled in Grayson County Virginia. They were originally from Zash, England, their names were james, John and William. William M Nuckolls was married to Sarah Jand Shepherd. Sarah was born July 17, 1854 and died Sept 17, 1944 with pneumonia after having a stroke. Her first husband was Boyden Hash and they had a daughter Aurora. He died of TB and I understand he was quite wealthy. That was why grandma had quite a bit of money. Aurora married John Henry Waggoner on Oct 31 19 00 in Allegheny County North Carolina. Both are buried at Liberty Hill in Nathan's Creek Community in Asche Co, NC We took care of grandmother in her later days as Dad had two houses. I listened to a lot of her stories. One that really fascinated me is as follows. "When she was little and she was riding with her aunt on a horse, they stopped to let a gap down and the horse started bucking. All of a sudden a panther leaped out of a tree, snatched her bonnet and left. If she had not have had on a bonnet it would have taken her head." Sarah jane told us about her house burning one night. They had a piano, lace curtains and a quite elaborate house. Her son came home from a date and was smoking in the bed upstairs, all of a sudden when the fire started  the older boys savaged bedding, furniture, etc. They got hasty and did not take time to dress and they put all the things they got out near the house. Edison was only five years old. He got dressed and climbed out t he window like a man and was very cool. When the house burned the second floor fell on all the furnishings they had savaged and nothing was saved. They all hid in the bushes while little Edison went to a nearby neighbors for help.

[DI8794] Willie Nuckolls, 77 of near Cranberry church, died Saturday and was buried Sunday with Elder Everett Thompson, of Nathan's Creek, conducting funeral services.  Besides his wife, four sons survive, two of whom live in California, and one in Texas. Only one son, Edison, of Scottville, was able to attend the funeral.Alleghany News, May 17 edition in 1934.

[NI8795] Sara had a daughter Aurora from her first husband Boyd Hash who died of T B. I found her grave last week.Her birthdate is the same as Sara and Willi ams first son who died at he age of seven. Sandra Nuckolls Church JonChurch@skybest.com Page 157, Alleghany County Cemeteries Through 1986, The Alleghany Historical Genealogical Society, Inc., POBox 817, Sparta, NC 28675. Ed. Lou Reid Landreth. # 6254, Nuckolls, Sera Jane 09-17-1944  07-17 1854 (This doesn't make sense.  Could they have switched the b & d dates?) The caretaker of Cranberry Cemetery wrote back to say that they could n ot find out anything concerning any of the Nuckolls buried their. The re is something that I have been wondering about. The land where the cemet ery is located was donated by Sera Jane. Bettie (William's Mother) is buri ed there. Sera Jane inherited alot of money from her first husband and pro bably bought the land after her first husband died Boyd Hash. Their only c hild Aurora found in cemetery records was born 1878?I'm not sure if the ye ar is right, trying to locate gravesite. Bettie had to be buried on her la nd after she bought it or she purchased the land because she was buried th ere. The marked isn't in line with the other Nuckolls graves and it's n ot an old marker. William & Sera's first child was born 23, Dec. 1878 a nd died 21, May 1885 is buried in the same cemetery. The childs tombsto ne looks older than Bettie's marker. Also if she died then why wasn't h er dates recorded on her marker unless nobody knew her exact birth and dea th date. Another story of Sarah Jane Shepherd Nuckolls was sent to me. Wiley Edis on Maybe remembered a story about (Gordie). Seems he had done something th at angered Aunt Jane and she threatened to whip him. His response was "you 're not big enough" and her reaction to that was to wait until he was asle ep and sew him into the bedclothes and then she gave him the lickings. Th en so the story goes, he left home and where he ended up nobody knows. Wil ey also stated that others in the family wasn't sure which boy it wa s.  I believe this could be Robert Lee Nuckolls because he left home to ne ver to return. I found a letter he wrote to Aurora and plus all the lette rs and postcards he had written to his girlfriend asking about different p eople while in the service and other letters the brothers were asking abo ut the where about of Rob. Ms Reeves said that Jane was stubborn and proba bly wouldn't change her membership. William wasn't listed in the origin Be llview Church Minutes after his death. Jane probably had something to do w ith that too Mrs. Reeves gave me the copy of the cemetery records at Liberty Hill whe re Aurora is buried. I also seen where her daughter's child was also buri ed there. Will send you a copy in a few days. When I was rereading so me of the old letters sent by the Nuckolls brothers, I notice where Robe rt wrote from Texas(sent to Aurora) after 1900. that he asked about Aurora 's father. He seen him recently in W.Wa. The story was told that Boyd di ed of TB maybe before Sarah Jane and William got married. I will also se nd you a copy and see what you make of it. Sarah Jane may have told Willi am that he died

[HI8795] (Research):Name:  «tab»Sarah Jane Nuckolls [Sarah Jane Shepherd] Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»90y 2m Birth Date: «tab»17 Jul 1854 Birth Place: «tab»Weavenforth, North Carolina, United States Death Date: «tab»17 Sep 1944 Death Location: «tab»Scottsville, Alleghany Spouse's Name: «tab»William Nuckolls Father's Name: «tab»Wilburn Shepherd b Ashe Co, NC Mother's Name: «tab»Elizabeth Jones b Alleghany Co, NC RESIDENCE: «tab»Alleghany, North Carolin Informant Mrs Edwin Nuckolls, Scottsville, NC

[NI8796] History of this family found at http://www.danielprophecy.com/shepherd.html James Wilburn Shepherd was born October 6, 1827 on Reddies River, Wilkes County, North Carolina as the fourth of eleven children of «u»Larkin and Alley Irwin Shepherd «/u» James Wilburn (spelled Welborn in some sources), better known as J.W. Shepherd, was the grandfather of Grover and Harrison Shepherd. J.W. attended school in Wilkes County in District 43, receiving only a fuctional education in the "three R's." Seeking better economic opportunities, he came to Ashe County sometime before the 1850 Federal Census was taken, as he was living with his sister, Lucinda, wife of Nathan Weaver, when the census was taken. Preceeding J.W. into Ashe County was his brother, John Finley Shepherd. John F. came to Ashe County around 1840 and settled in the Cranberry Community near Laurel Springs. It was in this area that most of the Ashe County Shepherds and their descendants lived. Shortly after moving to Ashe, J.W. apparently fathered a child by a lady named Sarah Perry, daughter of Ebanezer & Barbary Perry. The child was named Franklin. He was born June 20, 1851. Franklin lived with his maternal grandparents and went under the surname of Perry. Meanwhile, his mother married Alford Pike on April 9, 1853, and the marriage record lists "Jas. W. Shepherd" and his brother-in-law, Nathan Weaver, as witnesses. When Franklin reached adulthood, he began using the Shepherd surname, and went by Franklin Shepherd until his death on January 1, 1936. Franklin's death certificate lists his father as "Wilborn Shepherd", born in "Wilkes County, NC." «u»[1]«/u» «b»Married Elizabeth Jones«/b» Apparently, J.W. maintained ties with relatives and others in the Cranberry area. On September 30, 1852, J.W. married Elizabeth Jones (b. Dec. 27, 1827), the oldest child of Thomas Fielding and Jane Phipps Jones of the Scottsville/Cranberry communities. Elizabeth's ancestry includes some colorful characters from the Jones and Phipps families which will be explored in a later article. On January 11, 1861, J.W. and Elizabeth purchased 149 acres of land from Nathan Weaver and built a two-story log home on the North Fork of the New River in the Weaverford Community. The home was washed away in the great flood of 1940. Although J.W. purchased additional properties on the North Fork, it would seem that his first homesite was the place where he lived the rest of his life. J.W. served with the Confederacy during the Civil War, as did his four brothers, John Finley, D. Franklin, Jordan Ashley, and Abraham. Early in the Reconstruction Period, a Masonic Lodge was established in Ashe County. Jefferson Lodge No. 219 was organized in 1866. J.W. Shepherd is among a list of members taken December 3, 1866. On May 13, 1873, J.W. was sworn in as the postmaster of the Weaversford Post Office near his home. He served as postmaster until 1881. «b»Had Six Children«/b» J.W. and Elizabeth reared six children, whose families are detailed below. Most of J.W. Shepherd's children, and many of their descendants, made their homes near other Shepherd descendants in the area along the county lines of Ashe and Alleghany. This area included the communities of «u»Piney Creek, Furches, Scottsville, Cranberry, and Laurel Springs«/u» John Calvin Shepherd, the oldest son of J.W. and Elizabeth, was the exception. John Calvin reared his family near Crumpler, a short distance down the road from Weaversford. Elizabeth died December 22, 1877 and is buried beside her father in the «u»Cranberry Community Cemetery«/u» in Laurel Springs, N.C. Two years later, on August 17, 1879, J.W. married Sarah Ellen LaRue, who may have been a teacher at Oak Hill Academy in nearby Mouth of Wilson, Virginia. Although J.W. and Ellen had no children, J.W. mentions, in his «u»Last Will and Testament «/u»a girl named LuLu Sullen that the couple raised as Lola Shepherd. J.W. also mentions a Wiley "Dick" Phillips in his will. Wiley F. Phillips is also listed in the 1900 Ashe Co., NC census with a birth date of February, 1888, which matches the birth date of Wiley Franklin "Dick" Shepherd, son of «u»James Franklin Shepherd«/u» and Reena Phillips, who was born February 6, 1888. J.W. departed this life on April 28, 1899 and is «u»buried on a hill overlooking his homeplace«/u» on Weaversford. Ellen's brother, Charles J. LaRhue, and nieces Minnie A. and Zella LaRhue, were living with her in 1900. Ellen died September 1, 1916. Shepherd Family bio and ancestry in NWK Files - Wilkes Co, NC Heritage Bo ok More Shepherd research form this county located at http://www.danielprophe cy.com/shepherd.html The Last Will and Testament of James Welborn Shepherd of Ashe County, Nor th Carolina. I, J.W. Shepherd of Ashe Co., N.C. being of Sound mind and Delicate heal th and knowing the certainty of death and the uncertainty of life do ma ke this my Last Will and Testament. I will my beloved daughter Sarah Jane the $673 she has already had fr om my estate and $200 yet to be paid. I will my beloved son John C. Shepherd the $647.50 he has already had fr om my estate and $27.50 yet due him. I will my beloved daughter Martha M. the $675 which she has already had fr om my estate. I will my beloved son J.F. Sheppard the tract of land I once ran off to h im and deeded containing about 65 acres off the upper end of my home lan d. I will my beloved daughter Leona the $646.25 which she has already had fr om my estate and $28.75 yet due her. I will Lula Sullen the girl we have raised known as Lula Sheppard one ni ce real young cow woth $20, also one bedstead and bed well furnished. I wi ll Wiley Phillips known as Dick one calf that he claims also one horse sad dle and bridle, provided that he stays on the place and conducts himself m anly as before. I also will my beloved wife Ellen $300 worth of property also a cow and ye arling, the $300 of propherty and supplies instead of one year's allowan ce the same to be appraised by three neightbors who are disinterested. I a lso will my beloved wife Ellen the use of all the land where I now live ex cept the land heretofore willed to J.F. Shepherd for her to have and ho ld at her own during her widowhood and at her death or remarriage I will t hat all my land be divided or sold as may be discussionary with my childre n. Except four square roads of land at W.E. Stump's line by an oak tree wh ere I expect to be buried that I will to no one but retain same for my bur ial ground. I also will that my notes and accounts be deposited in the han ds of my executor to be collected and paid over to my children after all j ust debts and burial expenses are fully satisfied. I further appoint Jo hn C. Shepherd as sole executor to this will. Signed and acknowledged by s aid testator in the presents of us who subscribed our names in the presen ts of said testator and each other this April 1, 1899. J.W. Shepherd (Seal) Witnesses: John J. Garvey, R.L. Weaver Proved in the Superior Court of Ashe County, North Carolina May 1, 1899. (source http://www.danielprophecy.com/jwwill.html)

[NI8798] The Nuckolls Family as told by Phyllis Nuckolls McMahan Edison and Maggie, Bland and Grey were riding in a pickup truck comi ng up Wilkes Mountain. We were driving very slowly and it was getting dar k. I held my head out of the window and said "Lord, I hear a woman screami ng and that big dog on the bank keeps following us." Mother said "Lord Go d, stop quick and get the boys in this cab." as they were riding in the ba ck, I learned later that night that a panther was following us. Edison was the youngest of seven boys. His mother was so attached to hi m. He had to leave Colorado and move back to North Carolina, brothers incl uded. Robert, Dock, Gordie, Frank, Floyd and Roy. Born March 11, 1895 and died Aug 22, 1975 with a heart attack. He marri ed Maggie Hill and they eloped by buggy and caught a train and went to Chi cago. Later took a job in Colordao working in the Gold Mines. He moved ba ck to North Carolina and had three children, Bland, Grey and Phyllis. Bla nd lived in Norfolk VA and died of a heart attack.  He has a daughter th at lives in Dallas. Grey lives in Charleston, SC and has five childrenPhyl lis lives in Greensboro NC and has one son, Tony McMahan. After Maggie die d, Edison married Edna Cox of Virginia and had three daughters, Patrici a, Sandra and geraldine. Sandra married David Church of West Jefferson NC. Events recalled by Phyllis Nuckolls McMahan regarding the events in the li fe of Edison Nuckolls Edison Nuckolls and Everette Taylor were neighbors and grew up togeth er a kids. They went to college together at Boone and got their teaching c ertificates.  (I have alantern the used while walking back from Boone whi ch is 40 miles). Uncle Everett met his wife, my mothers sister, Melissa Hi ll at da's house where she was staying when Bland was born. later Evere tt went to Criopple Creek Colorado to work in the Gold Mines and Dad join ed him later, after they graduated from college. How Dad got to be a veternarian is because it was the type of work t he Dr Cicero Hill was engaged in. When dad bought his house, he also got t he equipment and doctor books. Dad, being very smart, studied the books a nd took the course by mail. He looked after a lot of the animals in the vi cinity. I can remember him filling horses teeeth. He did this up until a f ew years before he died. Edison and Edna Cox were introduced by Charlie Cox at the Cox Store in Gol dhill Virginia. Both their nicknames were "Ed". Edison would drop by her f ather's  store. Then one day they took the ice cream and went for a ri de on White Top Mountain in Virginia. A complete biography of Edison and many photos  is found on the intern et at http://www.danielprophecy.com/edison.html Edison Nuckolls A "Henpecked Husband" Edison Nuckolls was the son of Willie and Sara Jane Shepherd Nuckolls, a g randson of James Wilburn Shepherd and a first cousin to brothers Grover a nd Harrison Shepherd. The following is a collection of selected excerpts from a two-part story t itled Music From "The Lost Provinces by Marshall Wyatt. The story was publ ished in the Spring, 1996 and Summer, 1996 editions of The Old-Time Herald, a magazine dedicated to old-time music. Wilburn Edison Nuckolls How Edison Nuckolls first learned music no one can remember, but lea rn it he did. "Oh, he just picked it up along the way." He could fiddle a nd he could ring a banjo and he could play most anything with strings. Edi son grew upo on the county line between Ashe and Alleghany in the communi ty of Furches, also known as Cranberry, in a time before radio existed a nd when phonographs were rare. He learned music from friends and relative s, and farmhands and traveling horse traders--anyone with a song to sing a nd a tune to play. He and Maggie [Hill, Edison's first wife] had two boys, Bland and Grey, a nd a daughter, Phyliss, and they all played music. Maggie hammered a 5-str ing banjo, Phyllis played tenor banjo, Bland the mandolin, and Grey the gu itar. Edison Fiddled: "John Henry," "Old Hen Cackle," "Home Sweet Home." P hylis, the youngest child, remembers, The whole family played music. We played one time for a contest at Nathan 's Creek School, and my brother Bland...was sitting on the edge of the sta ge with his mandolin and he just fell asleep and tumbled off. Bang! But t he rest of us kept on playing! The Children, we just chorded, you know, a nd Dad would give us signals when to change. He would take his foot and gi ve a little kick, so we always watched him. We were so tiny! Nuckolls Family Band Scottville, NC mid 1930's Maggie (banjo), Phylis (tenor banjo), Edison (fiddle), Bland (mandolin), G rey (guitar). Grey Nuckolls continues: When I was a kid back there in the 1920s we used to have corn shuckings a nd molasses making, and at our home once a month they had candy making, a nd there'd be music playing and square dancing for family and good friend s. Sometimes Dad would take us around to fiddlers conventions. In Boone o ne time we took second prize, which was a sack of flour! A corn shucking was a way to get your corn shucked for free. Sometimes you 'd find a row of red kernels in an ear of white cord--if you did that y ou could get your choice of any girl and kiss her! After the corn shuckin g, they'd clear out a room and have a big dance. People seemed to really e njoy life in those days, not so much stress like today. You might only ma ke a dollar a day, but you didn't have to worry about withholding tas, a nd nobody had any insurance either! Corn shuckings and other communal activities had a long tradition in As he and Alleghany Counties where most citizens raised all of the food th at they put on their tables. Sugar was scarce and expensive, and often mol asses was the only sweet substance available. Molasses making was a lon g, slow task that required mashing sorghum cane in a horse-turned mill, fo llowed by a lengthy process of boiling and filtering. But hard work was te mpered by the opportunity to socialize and the promise of entertainment wh en the job was done. Friends would arrive to help at all stages of the pro cedure; music and dancing was sure to follow. Edison Nuckolls would oft en bring his family string band to such gatherings, knowing that he in tu rn could rely on his neighbors to assist him when the need arose. THE FATAL COURTSHIP by Ephram Woodie & the Henpecked Husbands ...by the time Clay Reed joined Ephraim Woodie's band in 1927 he was we ll respected as a fiddler. Ephraim was then still a bachelor but Clay h ad married Bertha Church three years prior, and Edison Nuckolls had tied t he know back in 1917. In jest, Ephraim began calling his two partners "T he Henpecked Husbands." The name stuck and soon the threesome bagan playi ng at local dances and social events with handbills announcing: "We Play B anjo, Violin, Guitar. Singers of old time songs, as 'Cluck Old Hen' as we ll as love songs. It takes 4 to 6 hours to play all we know. Come Bring A ll Your Friends And Sweethearts." In the fall of 1929 Ephraim Woodie and the Henpecked Husbands got a chan ce to make recordings for the Columbia Phonography Company. They first rec orded "Last God Dollar," with Clay Reed fiddling and Edison Nuckolls on ba njo. Ephraim Woodie sang in his nasal mountain accent. Modest Sales can be attributed in large part to poor timing. Colubia 15564 -D by Ephraim Woodie & The Henpecked Husbands was released in 1930, a ti me when nationwide record sales began a drastic decline in response to t he collapsing American economy. A recording career was clearly not a pract ical pursuit. Edison and Clay had families to feed and fields to plow, a nd Ephraim had yet to finish high school. But the band continued to do wh at it did best--performed around home, at box suppers, square dances, scho ols, picnics, and parties. Handkerchief Dolls (photo) When friends and neighbors gathered at the Nuckolls' house to hear musi c, most of them would bring the children along. Edison had a pair of dol ls that he'd made from two handkerchiefs, and he used them to entertain t he kids, as described by his daughter Sandra: "He would tie one of those d olls to his strumming hand with little pieces of black thread and it wou ld hang down almost to the floor. Then he'd make it dance. When he play ed the banjo that doll would dance exactly to the beat! One handkerchief w as black and one was white, they were supposed to be a black man and a whi te man, I think that's what the impression was."   Bill Williams (fiddle), Charlie Cox (guitar), and Edison Nuckolls (banj o) played music together for more than three decades.  (Photo) The music of the Lost Provinces is pure old-time music, music from the hea rd and soul, not motivated by publicity potential or profit margin. Mus ic for the home and the schol and the backyard adn the front porch. "Kitch en music." Music at the country store on Saturday night and music at chur ch on Sunday morning. Live music. This is the music of the Woodie Brothe rs and the "Henpecked Husbands," of Clay Reed and Donald Thompson, of Bi ll Williams, Charlie Cox and Edison Nuckolls. None of these names are famo us, nor are they likely to be. These men never made a hit records or play ed in concert halls. In fact, none of them were music professionals at al l, their recorded legacy just a handful of scratchy old records and a f ew reels of tape. but their importance cannot be overstated; these musicia ns were bearers of a vital cultural tradition, their motives were on es of creative expression and social interaction. And the tradition liv es on through all the children and grandchildren who continue to sing a nd play music. Wilburn Edison Nuckolls, born Mar. 11, 1895; died Aug. 22, 1975; buri ed at Cranberry Community Cemetery; married 1st Margaret (Maggie) Nevada H ill, Sept. 18, 1917; married 2nd Edna Alice Cox, Mar. 18, 1927. Edison rec eived his education at Furches, NC and Applachian College in Boone, NC wi th a degree in teaching. He and Maggie Hill eloped by buggy tot he dep ot in West Jefferson, NC, and boarded a train to Chicago to join his broth er. Later they left Chicago and went to Colorado Springs, CO, where Edison was employed with the gold mines. After a few years, they returned to Furches and lived on a farm his moth er had purchased for them, January 2, 1931. Edison became engaged in farmi ng, cattle raising, lumber, and owned his own sawmill for over 20 years. E dison was a great musician and played all instruments. He played five-stri ng banjo in a band, having recorded and broadcast on a radio station in No rth Wilkes boro, NC. He aslo had a private band at home in which every mem ber of his family took part in playing. Edison was a very hard worker a nd was one of the last farmers in the county to work the land without t he aid of a tractor, but instead used horse-drawn machinery. His machin es can now be seen at Shatley Springs Inn along with other antique machine ry. Name: Wilborn Edison Nuckolls Date of Birth: 11 Mar 1895 Gender: Male Race: White Birth County: Allegheny Parent1 Name: W M Nuckolls Parent2 Name: Sarah Jane Shepherd Roll Number: BD_C004_66001

[HI8798] (Research):Name:  «tab»Wilburn Edison Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»80 Birth Date: «tab»11 Mar 1895 Birth Place: «tab»North Carolina, United States Death Date: «tab»22 Aug 1975 Death Location: «tab»Scottsville, Alleghany Co, NC Occ: retired farmer  SS# 242-22-3154 Informant- Mrs Edna Nuckolls, Scottsville, NC Spouse's Name: «tab»Edna Cox Father's Name: «tab»William Nuckolls Mother's Name: «tab»Sarah J Shepherd RESIDENCE: «tab»Scottsville, Alleghany, North Carolina

[NI8799] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Roy Elmer Nuckolls res Burrel CA Age 25 born 3/18/1892 Zurches? North Carolina Cream Hauler for Butter Mfg, Calif Central Creamery, Riverdale Married, wife dependant, claims exempt to support wife Med height, med build, grey eyes, brown hair Signed 6/5/1917 Roy Elmer Nuckolls The Nuckolls Family as told by Phyllis Nuckolls McMahan Born March 18, 1892 and died of a heart attack . He lived in Burrell Cali f. He married Lelia Hill (sister to maggie Hill) and they had two childre n, Gwendolyn and Iona. Gwen died of a heart attack. They are my double cou sins. California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Roy Elmer Nuckolls Social Security #: 0 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 18 Mar 1892 Birthplace: North Carolina Death Date: 9 May 1944 Death Place: Fresno Mother's Maiden Name: Sheppard Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[NI8800] The Nuckolls Family as told by Phyllis Nuckolls McMahan Born March 21, 1886 and died jan 21 1919 with the flu. He married Anna She pherd and lived in Chicago. He had two children, Frank and Gloria. She di ed with a heart attack. Frank lives in Salinas, CA After Frank's death, An na married Dock. He was their step-father and also their uncle. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 9/12/1918 John Frank Nuckolls b3/21/1885 age 33 living 3230 S Canal St, Chicago .Garage foreman for W J Burris. Kin Anna Nuckolls, tall, med build,Blue ey es, brn hair, no defects

[DI8800] Name: «tab»John Frank Nuckolls Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Death Date: «tab»21 Jan 1919 Death Place: «tab»Chicago, Cook, Illinois Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»34 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1885 Birth Date: «tab»21 Mar 1885 Birthplace: «tab»No Ca. Father: «tab»Wm Nuckolls Father's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Father's Birth Place: «tab»No Ca. Mother: «tab» Mother's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab»No Ca Occupation: «tab»Machinest Residence: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Spouse: «tab»Anna Shepard Spouse's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Spouse's Birthplace: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»27 Jan 1919 Burial Place: «tab»Troutdale, Va. Cemetery: «tab» Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4152391 Image Number: «tab»604 Film Number: «tab»1852713 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»rn 3091 Source Citation "Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NQCZ-J3X : accessed 7 June 2012), John Frank Nuckolls, 1919.

[NI8801] The Nuckolls Family as told by Phyllis Nuckolls McMahan Married his brothers widow, Anna Shepherd (her former husband was John Fra nk Nuckolls). Dock was a foreman on the Sacraamento River Bridge and fe ll to his death October 22, 1934. They had four daughters, Annie Lee, Edit h, Margaret and Virginia. They lived in Sacramento, CA. Therefore I did n ot know many details regarding them. Annie Lee retired from the telepho ne company. She did not get married and died with a heart attack. Margar et married a minister from the mid-west. Virginia is deceased and I thi nk her death was attributed to a heart attack. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Daniel Lee Nuckolls res 730 J St Sacramento, CA Age 30 born 3/10/1887 Furches, NC Occ-Bridgeman for Mercy Fraser Co, Solvang, CA Single, no dependants, med height med build, blue eyes, lt brn hair Signed 6/5/1917 Daniel Lee Nuckolls Daniel Nuckolls 43 1886 North Carolina  Head  White  Sacramento, Sacrament o, CA   1930 Census Anna B Nuckolls 31 1898    Wife     Sacramento, Sacramento, CA Glona M Nuckolls 17 1912    Daughter     Sacramento, Sacramento, CA Robert F Nuckolls 15 1914    Son     Sacramento, Sacramento, CA Anna Lee Nuckolls 9 1920    Daughter     Sacramento, Sacramento, CA Virginia M Nuckolls 7 1922    Daughter     Sacramento, Sacramento, CA Edith H Nuckolls 5 1924    Daughter     Sacramento, Sacramento, CA Rents home, Md ages 29 and 21

[DI8801] CADI, Daniel L Nuckolls, spouse A, died Sacramento Co, CA 10/22/1934 age 44 cert#55447

[DI8802] Name: «tab»Greenville Thomas Dorris Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Death Date: «tab»06 Jan 1941 Death Place: «tab»Chicago, Cook, Illinois Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»81 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1860 Birth Date: «tab»15 Aug 1859 Birthplace: «tab»Bolivar, Tenn. Father: «tab»Nat N. Dorris Father's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Father's Birth Place: «tab»Tenn. Mother: «tab»Lucricia Knuckles Mother's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab»Tenn. Occupation: «tab»Laborer, Cotton Mill Residence: «tab»Chicago, Cook, Illinois Street Address: «tab» Spouse: «tab»Nancy Spouse's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Spouse's Birthplace: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»09 Jan 1941 Burial Place: «tab»Justice, Cook, Illinois Cemetery: «tab»Archerwoods Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4204468 Image Number: «tab»520 Film Number: «tab»1953667 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»rn 471 Source Citation "Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3HB-TFM : accessed 8 June 2012), Lucricia Knuckles in entry for Greenville Thomas Dorris, 1941.

[DI8804] Name: «tab»Archie S. Dorris Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»28 Jun 1942 Event Place: «tab»Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»76 Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»16 Jan 1866 Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman County, Tenn. Spouse: «tab»Tempe Brewer Father: «tab»Nat Dorris Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Mother: «tab»Lucretia Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Occupation: «tab»Farmer Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Madison Co. Burial Date: «tab»29 Jun 1942 Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184477 Image Number: «tab»251 Film Number: «tab»1876912 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 12717

[NI8811] 1910 census name is Claude, son, age 11 Name:    Andie Owvy Nuckolls City:    Not Stated  County:    Johnson  Stat e:    Arkansas Birth Date:    11 Jun 1898  Race:    White  Roll:    1530468 Sept 12 1918 Audie Onvy Nuckolls  Res  Knoxville, AR Age 20 born  June 11 1898 Farmer employed by Hiram Nuckolls Nearest Kin Martha Nuckolls Med height, slender build, brn eyes, light hair AUDIE NUCKOLLS  11 Jun 1898  15 Apr 1967 (V) 74437 (Henryetta, Okmulgee, O K) (none specified) 444-12-8999 Oklahoma City - Area Obituaries Okmulgee Daily Times, Page 3 Saturday, April 29, 1967 Audie Nuckolls Henryetta (Special) - Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Saturd ay at the Grace Assembly Church for Audie Nuckolls, 69, pioneer area resid ent who died Thursday at his home at 105 North 11th.  The Rev. Tommy Scot t, pastor, will officiate and interment will be in Salem cemetery under t he direction of the Shurden-Buchanan Funeral Home.  Survivors include h is wife, Mrs. Annie Nuckolls of the home, three sons  Robert Earl Nuckoll s, Dewar; Lee Nuckolls, Tulsa; and Billy Ray Nuckolls of the home; two st ep sons, Floy Arnold, Ozark, Ark and Eugene Arnold of Mulberry, Ark; fo ur daughters  Mrs Ruby Violet Parks of Bixby; Mrs Christine Tamplen of Sap ulpa; and Miss Clara Mae Nuckolls and Mrs. Betty Sue Bullard both of Henry etta;  two stepdaughters,  Mrs. Flossie Cummings of Henryetta and Miss Ali ce Nuckolls, Schulter; also two brothers, four sisters, 42 grandchildren a nd four great grandchildren. (copy of article paper file) My note to obit:  the four step children are Annie Brison Nuckolls childr en with first husband Walter Arnold. The stepdaughter, Alice Nuckoll s, is Alice (Arnold) Nuckolls, and she married James Arthur Nuckolls w ho is Audie's brother.   Also, not mentioned in the obit, a young son Jam es Wesley who died as an infant and a daughter,  Mary Melvina Knuckle s,  by his first wife, Pearlie Mae Martin. Shurden-Buchanan Funeral Home:  Nuckolls, Audie  Place of Death:  105 Nor th H Street, Henryetta, OK; Date of Death:  April 27, 1967; Birth Plac e:  Franklin County, AR; Date of Birth:  June 11, 1898; age 69; male whit e; married; farm worker; spouse: Arnni Brison (should be Annie);  residenc e: 105 North 11 Street, Henryetta, OK (place of death has H Street and res idence has 11 Street); funeral at Grace Assembly Church; date and time Apr il 29, 1967.  Book 21, page 37 1920 Johnson County, AR Prairie Township, Roll 68 Bk 1, Pg 226a   HH 258/2 60 NOTICE:  Found enumerated under name of:  "HARM" instead of "Nuckolls" Harm,  William H.  MW 46 married  farmer AR AR AR   farmer Martha  41 wife AR TX TN   (TX for birth of father  ?) Audie O..  son  21 AR AR AR   farmer   *** Ester M. dau 17  AR AR AR Flossie R.  dau 14 AR AR AR  (should be Flossie Serena) Olen T.  son  12  AR AR AR Arthur J.  son  8   AR AR AR Carmie M.  dau  6  AR AR AR  (Carmen) Woisley M.  son 1/12  AR AR AR  (Wesley) Living next door are the Vangilders -  Flossie Nuckolls  d/o Hiram Nuckol ls married  John James Vangilder and are my grandparents) Shirley V Pearce

[NI8812] parents: Rhoda and George Martin. Grandkids: Rhoda Holt, Mary Stefka, Leona McBride, Wayne King, Willie King.

[HI8813] (Research):Birth Certificate shows maiden name spelled Knuckles. Used her stepfathers name as a child. Mary Melvina Knuckles, when she was growing up, used the last name of her stepfather, Gooch

[NI8828] lived in Perry County AR at time of death.  Died on deer stand, found by son Henry Wayne King. Leaves several children by 2 wives.  Buried between Mary King and his last wife Dora.   Eual's parents also buried at Rainey Cemetery Burial: Rainey Cemetery Roland Pulaski County AR

[NI8835] Borned to;John Thomas & Rachel Higgens Brison (h-1) Walter Arnold; Children, 1.Eugene Arnold 2.Floy Arnold 3.Alice Arnold

[DI8838] Viola "Vi" Parks was born on February 21, 1934, in Henryetta OK to Audie Nuckolls and Annie (Brison) Nuckolls. She passed from this life on September 18, 2011, in Bixby OK at the age of 77. "Vi" worked many years as a seamstress for the Bryan Clothing Co. in Tulsa but will be remembered most by her family as a wonderful and devoted homemaker, wife, mother, and grandmother. She is survived by her husband, Henry Lee Parks, whom she married on December 15, 1956, in Henryetta; son Gerald Parks and wife Shelly of Bixby; daughter Karen Bunch and husband Rob of Bixby; brother Lee Nuckolls; sister Chris Tamplen; grandchildren,Gerald Lee Parks, Jr., Anthony Parks, Alicia Bunch, Ashlee Bunch, Cody Morgan, and Jake Morgan; great-grandchildren Jerad and Lyndsie Parks; and several other relatives and many good friends.Posted on the website of Leonard & Marker Funeral Home, Tulsa OK

[NI8865] When Gilbert was in his 60s he moved his family to the east side of Eufaul a, Oklahoma. The Federal Corp of Engineers later bought their Eufaula ho me for it was going to be part of Lake Eufaula. Gilbert took the money fr om the sale and bought a home in Checotah, Oklahoma. The Gilbert Smith fam ily lived in Checotah until they both needed someone to help them in the m iddle 1970s.Their sons Clayton and Daniel bought a mobile home and moved t hem behind their son Daniel and Betty Smith home at Mounds, Oklahoma. Clay ton only lived 200 feet away and both Daniel and Clayton Smith families co uld provide them the necessary support to take care of their needs for Gil bert was near 90. Gilbert Taylor Smith and Sarah Rosetta Nuckols Smith had eleven childre n, two that were stillborn. Gilbert was named after his great uncle Gilbert Taylor Smith, born 10 Se pt 1831 in Tennessee. He was the brother of John M. Smith, who was Gilbe rt T Smith's Grandfather. Father was Stephen Smith, born March 1843 in New ton County, Arkansas. Mother was Polly Ann O'Neal, born 1856 in Tennessee He was about 31 when he married Sarah Rosetta Nuckolls. Was he the Gilbert T Smith who married Mary Shatswell earlier?? WWI Draft Card Registration 1917-1918 Name: Gilbert Taylor Smith City: Not Stated. County: Johnson. State: Arkansas Birth date: 18 Nov 1883, age 34 (note difference in birthdate**) Race: White. Roll: 1530468. Draftboard: 0 Permanent Address: Lamar, Johnson County, aR Employed by ? Childress- farming Nearest Relative: Mrs. Rosata Smith, Lamar, Johnson County, AR Signed registration 9-12-1917 Physical description: tall, slender, blue eyes, brown hair, no physical im pairments 1930 Pontotoc County, OK, Allen Township, Dist. 11, household 70-70 Smith, Gilbert, head, 44, married @ 34, AR,AR,AR, general farming Rosa, wife, 30, married @ age 20, AR,AR,AR 2)William A, son, 9, AR 3)Lorine, daug., 4, OK

[NI8881] Name:    Daniel S. Smith SSN:    440-34-2812 Last Residence:    74047  Mounds, Creek, Oklahoma, United States of Ameri ca Born:    14 Mar 1933 Last Benefit:    74047  Mounds, Creek, Oklahoma, United States of Ameri Died:    6 Dec 1993 State (Year) SSN issued:    Oklahoma (1951 )

[XI8896] The daughter of William Hiram and Martha Caroline Boen Nuckolls, Wife of Grover Harrison Handley(m)2/22/1920. One son; James Olin Handley, four daughters; Jessie Juanita Handley, Kathryn Mae Handley, Wanda Lucille Handley and Caroline Jane Handley. 2nd (m) Howell Pierce. Buried with first husband, name on stone Pierce

[NI8898] Deseret News Salt Lake City, Utah Wednesday, June 29, 2005 James Olin Handley 2/17/1921 ~ 6/27/2005 James "Jim" Olin Handley, 84, pas sed away of cancer on June 27, 2005 at home in West Jordan with his wi fe of 47 years and many nieces and nephews at his side. Born Feb. 17, 19 21 in Kusa, OK to Grover Harrison and Mary Esta Nuckols Handley. Married E velyn Cahoon on Oct. 24, 1958. Loved to hunt and fish; and traveled to Yel lowstone each year for 45 years. Worked for and retired from U of U Transp ortation General Services. Served in US Army during World War II from 1942 -1946. Survived by sisters: Kathryn and Carolyn, both of Arkansas; Wanda L ee Loman of Panama, OK. Jim and Evelyn had a special relationship with Wan da Lee and family, several nieces and nephews, and great nieces and nephew s. He had three boys by a previous marriage. He was preceded in death by s ister: Juanita Walton. Graveside service: Deseret Cemetery, Thurs., June 3 0, 2005 at 11 a.m. Friends call at Nickle Mortuary in Delta, 10:00-10:45 a .m. JAMES O HANDLEY  17 Feb 1921 27 Jun 2005 (V) 84102 (Salt Lake City, Salt L ake, UT) (none specified) 431-03-3234 Arkansas

[DI8899] Social Security Death Index about Jessie M. Walton Name: «tab»Jessie M. Walton SSN: «tab»466-36-1860 Last Residence: «tab»75455  Mount Pleasant, Titus, Texas,  Born: «tab»16 Aug 1924 Died: «tab»Feb 1996 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Texas (Before 1951) Texas Death Index, 1903-2000 about Jessie Walton Name: «tab»Jessie Walton Death Date: «tab»11 Feb 1996 Death County: «tab»Smith Gender: «tab»Female

[DI8901] Kathryn Mae Martin October 30, 1929 - July 28, 2011 Kathryn Mae Martin was born October 30, 1928 in Galena, Kansas. She died in Countryside Manor in Lamar, Arkansas on July 28, 2011 at the age of 81. She was a Homemaker and a member of the Church of Christ.She was preceded in death by her parents: Grover Harrison Handley, and her mother Mary Esther Nuckolls Handley; and one son Joe A. Martin, Jr. She leaves behind to cherish her memory, her daughters: Linda Pratt of Orlando, Florida; Sharon Curry of Ozone, Arkansas; Mary E. Martin of Clarksville, Arkansas; Rebecca R. Ford of Lamar, Arkansas; and her sons: Geary J. Martin of Fort Scott, Kansas; Arthur Martin of Midwest City, Oklahoma; David Martin of Okemah, Oklahoma; Daniel Martin of Clarksville, Arkansas. She is also survived by one sister, Carolyn Jane Handley of Knoxville, Arkansas, seventeen grandchildren and a number of great grandchildren.Funeral Services have been entrusted to Roller-Cox Funeral Home in Clarksville, Arkansas for 10 a.m., in the Chapel, Monday, August 1, 2011. Burial will follow at the Oakland Cemetery, with Brother Robbie Jackson presiding at each. Pallbearers will be the family of the deceased.

[DI8903] Social Security Death Index about Wanda L. Lomon Name: «tab»Wanda L. Lomon SSN: «tab»448-30-9556 Last Residence: «tab»74951  Panama, Le Flore, Oklahoma Born: «tab»2 Nov 1932 Died: «tab»26 Sep 2006 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Oklahoma (Before 1951)

[NI8904] My husband John Jr. Lomon is John Winford Lomons father through his fir st marriage to Wanda May Goad, they divorced when JOhn was six months o ld and  John winford Lomon remarried to Wanda in Potuea, Oklahoma. John su pposedly had nine half brothers and sisters, he's never met all of them. vlomon@yahoo.com

[DI8904] Social Security Death Index about John Lomon Name: «tab»John Lomon SSN: «tab»443-18-2346 Last Residence: «tab»74951  Panama, Le Flore, Oklahoma,  Born: «tab»4 Nov 1922 Died: «tab»Mar 1974 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Oklahoma (Before 1951)

[DI8907] Social Security Death Index about Thomas Nuckolls Name: «tab»Thomas Nuckolls «tab» SSN: «tab»443-18-0542 Born: «tab»14 Nov 1907 Died: «tab»May 1958 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Oklahoma (Before 1951)

[NI8908] 1940 Census names mother of three children as "Ann" age 31

[DI8910] Note: Arrangements by Wentworth Mortuary, Carmen, Ok. Obit; Enid News & Eagle, Enid OK. 25 June 2001

[DI8920] BLACKWELL - Trulin B. Briggs of Blackwell died Thursday evening, Apr il 8, 2004, in the Blackwell Regional Hospital. He was 71. A graveside ser vice will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 13, at James W. Roberts Memori al Chapel at the Blackwell Cemetery under the direction of Roberts and S on Funeral Home. Trulin B. Briggs was born Dec. 4, 1932, in Tahlequah, t he son of W.H. "Joe" and Bonnie Lucille Slagle Briggs. He grew up and atte nded schools in Tahlequah. In 1950 he moved to Blackwell and began worki ng at the Acme Foundry. He married Mary Nuckolls on June 4, 1955, in Black well, where they made their home. Later be began employment in the meat pa cking department at Turvey Packing Company in Blackwell and worked there u ntil the plant closed in 1972. He began driving a truck for National By-Pr oducts in Wichita, Kan., and drove until his retirement in 1992. He w as a member of the Meat Cutters Union and enjoyed the challenge of farmin g. Survivors include two daughters, Mary "Jody" Gehring of Ponca City a nd Tracie Briggs of Blackwell; three sons, Don G. Briggs and John A. Brigg s, both of Blackwell, and Wes L. Briggs of Oklahoma City; one sister, Evel yn Newman of Enid; two brothers, Rudy Briggs of Coweta and Dale Brig gs of Newkirk; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. He was preced ed in death by his wife in April 1981; one sister, Lois Nuckolls; and h is parents. Memorial contributions may be made in his name to the Americ an Diabetes Association, c/o Roberts and Son Funeral Home, 120 West Pado n, Blackwell, Okla. 74631. Published Sun, Apr 11, 2004, On Page 3 A Ponca City News

[NI8927] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Arthur J Nuckolls Birth Year: 1911 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Arkansas State: Oklahoma County or City: Okmulgee Enlistment Date: 15 May 1942 Enlistment State: Oklahoma Enlistment City: Tulsa Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA 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: Grammar school Civil Occupation: Geographer Marital Status: Married Height: 68  Weight: 133 Tombstone Inscription: Oklahoma Pfc US Army WWII Note: Funeral Home Marker Reads Age 55yrs 10mo 6days

[NI8928] Father: Walter ARNOLD Mother: Annie Lee BRISON b. 23 Oct 1903 1st husband: James Arthur Nuckolls #21667749 2nd husband: Allen Free

[NI8938] Buried in the West Half of Salem Cemetery also called Fairview Dau of Mr & Mrs Joe Lamplin.

[XI8938] Buried in the West Half of Salem Cemetery also called Fairview Dau of Mr & Mrs Joe Lamplin.

[NI8943] Name: Wesley T. Nuckolls SSN: 440-52-9992 Last Residence: 74460 Schulter, Okmulgee, Oklahoma Born: 11 Feb 1950 Died: 19 Aug 2007 State (Year) SSN issued: Oklahoma (1965 )

[NI8948] Source:   GC- Mc Intosh Co. Ok Obituaries URL: http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Ok/McIntoshObits/341 Subject:  JAMES DAVID BULLARD JAMES DAVID BULLARD of Dewar was born March 8, 1915 in Lena, OK to Jim a nd Maude Smith Bullard. He married Carmie Mae Nuckolls on Aug 31, 1942, a nd died Wednesday, August 9, 2000. Services were held Aug. 12 at the Robe rt Simmons Funeral Home Chapel followed by burial at the Lena Cemetery He was preceded in death by his parents, wife and numerous siblings. Survivors include Jessie and Helen Bullard of Tiger Mtn., Leroy and Peg gy Bullard of Dewar, Ed and Phylis of Dewar, daughter, Ruby and Roy Gassaw ay of Weleetka, sixteen grandchildren and several great grandchildren, a nd many nieces and nephews. THE INDIAN JOURNAL, Thursday, August 24, 2000 Aug. 17, 2000 Jessie David BULLARD Jessie David BULLARD died on Aug. 9 in Dewar at the age of 85.  He was bo rn on March 8, 1915 in Lena to Jim BULLARD and Maude SMITH BULLARD. He liv ed most of his life in Dewar area. He was married to Carmie Mae NUCKOL LS on Aug. 31, 1942. He was baptized at the Church of Christ. Mr. BULLARD was a veteran of WWII (1941 to 1945). He retired from Deck er Foundry. He liked to work on small engines and bikes and enjoyed fishin g.  He was preceded in death by his wife and numerous siblings.  Mr. BULLA RD is survived  by Jessie and Helen BULLARD of Tiger Mtm., Leroy and Peg gy BULLARD of Dewar, Ed and Phyllis of Dewar, daughter Ruby and Roy GASSA WA of Weleetka, 16 grandchildren, several great-grandchildren and many nie ces and nephews. Pallbearers include David BULLARD, Leroy BULLARD, Randy B ULLARD, Jessie David BULLARD, Jason BULLARD. Honorary pallbearers inclu de Scott HARRISON, Tom BULLARD and Harlan CALVERT.  Funeral services we re held on Aug. 12 at the Robert Simons Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. WALC HER officiating and Gerald KAHLDEN reading the obituary. Interment follow ed at the Lena Cemetery in Lena. Services under the care of and direction of Robert Simons Funeral Home.

[NI8953] The Daily Sikeston Standard, Scott County, Sikeston, MO Monday, April 5, 1976 - Flossie Vangilder Vanduser:  Flossie S. Vangilder, 71, of Vanduser died at 3:00 p.m. at h er home.  She was born Jan. 21, 1905 in Arkansas, the daughter of Hiram a nd Martha Boen Nuckolls.  She is survived by her husband, John J. Vangilde r, of the home; one son, James Vangilder of Route One; one daughter, Mr s. Nellie Vinson of Sikeston; one brother, Wesley Nuckolls of Shulter, Okl a; three sisters, Mae Bullard and Rosie Smith of Henrietta, Okla and Est er Pierce of Clarksville, Ark.; five grandchildren and four great grandchi ldren.  Services were conducted at 2:00 p.m. today at Nunnelee Funeral Cha pel with the Rev. Lester Dale officiating.  Burial followed in the Gard en of Memories Cemetery in Sikeston.  Pallbearers were:  Sam Vinson, Jim E lliott, Bobby Pearce, James Payne, Don Payne and Lester Freeland. Paw had gone out to the garden and left Maw sitting on the couch eati ng a saltine cracker, and when he returned to the house, he found her de ad on the couch.  She had suffered severely with rheumatoid arthritis f or many years and had hardening of the arteries - doctors believe she h ad an aneurysm and died instantly. FLOSSIE VANGILDER  05 Jan 1905 Apr 1976 63784 (Vanduser, Scott, MO) (no ne specified) 494-56-3975 Missouri Flossie VANGILDER     Birth Date: 5 Jan 1905     Death Date: Apr 1976     Social Security Number:  494-56-3975     State or Territory Where Number Was Issued:  Missouri   Death Residence Localities     ZIP Code: 63784     Localities:  Vanduser, Scott, Missouri From Shirley Pearce, 10/1/2005, thank you for a great story When most people describe a lady, they speak of their finery and etiquett e.  My maw was the finest of ladies, the attributes which really count - g oodness, kindness, inward and outward beauty.  Yet, she chewed tobacco, co uld wring a chicken's neck faster than you could blink an eye and ha ve it dunked in scalding water, plucked and on the table for Sunday dinn er in no time at all.  I would help her with the plucking and, oh my, h ow badly those chickens smelled when scalded.  She would laugh and lau gh at my faces.  I only tried once to wring a chicken's neck and maw fe lt sorry for the poor ole hen, and so did I.   I spent more time at the fa rm than at home as a child and young girl, and whatever the reason, I lov ed every moment of it.   When it was pie making time, Maw always bak ed me a small pie in a fruit jar lid.   It was such a treat and so speci al to have your own little pie.  Of course, she did this for her other gra ndchildren, too, whenever they were there. My, MawMaw, was absolutely a saint on earth.  I have never experienced ano ther person with her loving kindness and her temperament of never speaki ng crossly nor criticizing another.  Her mother-in-law, my Granny, lived w ith she and PawPaw from the time they were married and Maw seldom had a ki nd word spoken to her by Granny.   She was mostly criticized and how she c oped, I'll never know, but she did so with grace and dignity.  Althoug h, I loved my Granny, I was not very close to her, as I resented her belit tling my Maw.   Maw loved children and we loved her more than words cou ld ever proclaim.  Even though her life had the strife of living with h er mother-in-law ruling the roost,  she laughed all the time.   She was ab solutely the best cook ever.  Her biscuits were to die for and she never u sed a cutting board nor cut the lard into the flour with a fork.  She sift ed the flour from the cupboard  flour bin into her crock bowl - made a we ll in the center of the flour - poured in clabbered milk and fat drippin gs - turning the bowl with her left hand, as she slowly mixed the flour in to the liquids with her right hand.  When it reached the consistency she w anted, she then  took a wad of the dough and with her hand cupped close d, she squirted a biscuit size piece of dough out between the circle sha pe she made  between her thumb and index finger.  Her biscuit pan had grea se in it, which she had heated in the oven and she turned the biscui ts in the greased pan and baked.  Sunday dinners would sometimes have as m any as 30 people - usually uninvited - but always welcome. Maw was about 5'8" tall and was always slim when I was growing up, but s he grew heavier as she aged.   But her rheumatoid arthritis was so seve re she was not as active as in her younger days.   Her hands were so twist ed and her legs so swollen, but she did not complain.   Maw was olive comp licated, had high cheek bones and slender nose with fine features and s he had hazel eyes which changed colors.  She had long black, wavy hair th at came to her waist when she combed it out.  She braided pigtails and th en twisted the braids together and pinned atop her head.  She looked so pr etty when she got a chance to dress in her fine dresses and go somewher e, which was seldom.  And, she loved the feel of nylon hose when she dress ed up, because other times she wore the heavy cotton hose.  She wore overh auls in the cotton fields, but a cotton dress and bib apron in the hous e.  She would arise an hour before sunrise and fix a from scratch breakfa st and then came daily chores:  milk the cow, pump and bring in two bucke ts of water, gather the eggs, slop the hogs, feed the chickens and cook an other from scratch big dinner (noon) as the evening meal was supper a nd of course wash dishes and tidy the house.  The first thing after breakf ast every day of her life, she put on a pot of brown (pinto) beans.  An d, a wood cook stove had to have a fire in the stove to even fry or bak e.   She had a real "ice" box, two of them, one in the kitchen and o ne on the back porch.  The ice man delivered the ice weekly.  Of course a ll they had to cool was the milk and butter and a few other perishable ite ms.  Everything else she had canned and was in "Ball" jars, and smoked me at from the smoke house was put in a sliding larder on the backporch.  S he slid the door, whacked off what she wanted to cook.  The big bags of fl our and corn meal which were marketed in a pillow case or coarser bag wi th a dishtowel attached and a big can of lard were kept in the larder, too . Now, besides the daily chores, she had weekly chores and seasonal chores. I think Maw was an inspiration for " I can bring home the bacon, f ry it up in pan and never let you forget you're a man, because I'm a woman ."  Except, she would help kill the hog, smoke the meat, whack off a sla b, slice it, fry it and then still have time for her family and man.    Gr anny, her mother-in-law, lived with maw and paw until she died in 1962,  a nd as I said was the boss.  Granny did not believe in man's "luxuary" item s, such as electricity and indoor plumbing.  So, maw still washed cloth es in two big cast iron wash pots in the backyard, which she had to fill w ith water from the pump and start a kindling fire under the pots - shave l ye soap into one pot and stir with a big pole - take out and scrub on t he scrub board, then back into the soapy water for another stir and then i nto the other pot to rinse.  She then hung the clothes over the fence to d ry.  Pawpaw did take total care of the garden, but maw did all the prepara tion and canning of the fruits and vegetables.  That meant peeling, shucki ng, scraping, snapping, hulling, dicing, coring, steaming and cooking a nd filling the jars.  Again, she used the big ole cast iron pots to boil t he jars in to sterilize them  and the end results of her canning was the b est food anyone could ever imagine.  She churned butter in the wooden chur n, which I always begged to do, but I didn't last long at it.  During t he summer and early fall there was also the cotton crop, which was their m ain source of income.  Again, maw hoed and picked cotton in between cooki ng breakfast and dinner (lunch now) which she cooked enough for the mexic an workhands.  Fortunately for her, supper was just that - left over fo od to sup before bedtime, which was always an hour after sunset. It seems all the relatives, including my mother, used maw as a babysitt er or second mother.  The entire summer months were filled with the thr ee oldest grandchildren, nieces, nephews. cousins or children of close fri ends all being fed and taken care of by maw.  And most were there on mo st weekends, too.  She had five grandchildren, Sissy, Sam and myself fr om her daughter, Nellie;  and Sherry and Debbie by her son, James.  My unc le James and family lived within shouting distance and he bore alot of res ponsibility, too.  But, maw loved children and seemed to thrive on our bei ng there.  I guess we kept Granny off her back, but mostly she enjoyed t he laughter around her. Maw used to play a game with me, called "Hickory-Hackery-Horny-Buck".  Wi th my back to her, she would take her fist and lightly tap my back, sayi ng "Hickory-Hackery-Horny-Buck, how many fingers do I hold up?"  She wou ld hold up so many fingers, and I would guess what it was.  If correct, sh e'd hit my back and say "Hickory-Hackery-Horny-Buck, this young lady has h ad good luck, two you said and two it was, Hickory-Hackery-Horny-Buck ".  If I was wrong,  it was "Hickory-Hackery-Horny-Buck, this young lady h as had bad luck, two you said and one it was, Hickory-Hackery-Horny-Buc k, how many fingers do I hold up".  If I was right, I got to do her bac k, and if wrong, she continued on my back, each time hitting a little hard er.  Sounds pretty mundane, but it was much fun with maw, because she h ad this wonderful laughter.  We played hide the thimble, sewed doll cloth es on the old treddle sewing machine, cut out paper dolls from Sears Catal ogs, made corncob dolls, and I helped her piece her quilts mostly threadi ng the needle and pinning the cut-out pieces together.   But, it wasn't ju st me that she gave this special attention to - she treated us all the sa me - and how she managed to make us all feel special, I still don't kno w.   I recall a time I wish had never happened, but  I learned a big less on in love.  I usually got what I asked for from maw while staying with th em during the summertime.  I wanted to walk to Crowder, which was about t wo miles to get a popcicle.  Maw said not now, maybe tomorrow.  I didn't l et up begging and she didn't let up in saying, not today, honey.  Then I s aid, "I hate you - you are mean".  I'll never forget the hurt look on h er face, and she said, I'm sorry you hate me - I thought you were my pret ty girl, but we can't go today."  I was in the yard and she was sitti ng on the porch, and I ran onto the porch and fell on my knees with my he ad in her lap sobbing and telling her she was not mean,  that I did not ha te her - that I loved her very much - and I was sorry for what I said".  J ust as gently as she could, she rubbed my head, and said I know child, I k now.  And, then I stood and hugged her neck as much as I could.  As, I sai d, she was a saint.   She wore her waist long hair braided and pinned at op her head, and I loved to let it down and comb it for her, and she lov ed that, too. I had understood maw to say she was born in  "Flossville, AR", and I look ed for years, until I realized it was "Fallsville" when I found nearby Ros etta Cemetery, where she had told me her mother's (Martha Caroline Boen Nu ckolls) kinfolk were buried.  My son and I took several photos of the ceme tery, but somehow we lost the entire roll of film.  I hope to go back so on to recapture.  Our trip to Arkansas in 1991. included going to the Clar ksville Courthouse and searching for Spadra Cemetery and Rosetta Cemeter y.  We finally found where Rosetta Cemetery was located, but what an exper ience.  We took this narrow, curvy, dirt road, which had huge chunks of ro ck on it,  up this mountain, until we reached the top.  On both sides we re dropoffs which were over 100 feet down and absolutely no way to back up or turn around.  We could not see what would happen if we drove over t he top of the mountain and did not even have room on either side to get o ut of the car and look, or I swear I would have abandoned the car and walk ed down that mountain to find help.  The mountain grade at the top w as so steep, I don't believe the front wheels of the car were even touchi ng the ground.  With no other option, I slowly stepped on the gas and do wn we went with a krrr-boom, but without harm to us or our car.  Finall y, we came to a home, where we asked how to find Rosetta Cemetery and to ld the old man what had just happened to us.  He said, "Oh shucks, maam, y ou took the old road to the nob - no one travels that ole road anymore ".  Fortunately, we were only a mile from the cemetery, and then he to ld us the safe way to travel when we returned to the route road.  We sti ll laugh about being on top of the "nob". Maw loved her visits from her sister, Aunt Estie, who would come at lea st once a year and stay a couple of weeks.  Talk about laughing - they lau ghed over everything - they truly had a special bond and love for one anot her.  Maw never got to go visit any of her relatives and it was such a tre at for them to come visit her.   Her daddy, Great Grandpa Hiram, would al so come, but her mother was never able to make it.  I never got to me et my great grandmother.   Maw did make it to Oklahoma right before her mo ther died and I'm so glad she was able to see her one more time. I hope one day to rewrite these notes into "Life of Maw and Paw on the Far m", including all my memories held within.  As my paw was also quite a ma n, who I loved and respected greatly.  As was my Uncle James. By Shirley Pearce svpearce@earthlink.net  10/1/2005 Grandma's Apron   Author Unknown The principle use of Grandma's apron was to protect the dress underneat h, but along with that, it served as a holder for removing hot pans from the oven; it was wonderful for drying children's tears, a nd on occasion was even used for cleaning out dirty ears. From the chicken-coop the apron was used for carrying eggs, fussy chick s, and sometimes half-hatched eggs to be finished in the warming oven. When company came those old aprons were ideal hiding places for shy kid s; and when the weather was cold, grandma wrapped it around her arms. Those big old aprons wiped many a perspiring brow, bent over the hot wo od stove. Chips and kindling-wood were brought into the kitchen in that apron. From the garden it carried all sorts of vegetables. After the peas had be en shelled it carried out the hulls. In the fall it was used to bring in apples that had fallen from the tree s. When unexpected company drove up the road, it was surprising how much furniture that old apron could dust in a matter of seconds. When dinner was ready, Grandma walked out on the porch and waved her apro n, and the men knew it was time to come in from the fields for dinner. It will be a long time before anyone invents something that will repla ce that old-time apron that served so many purposes.

[NI8959] Nuckols, Alonzo B. Age:  61     Gender:  M     Race:  W     Birthplac e:  VA   1910 State:  Arkansas     County:  LINCOLN     Locale:  SMITH TWP     Serie s:  T624    Roll:  55   Part:  3 Page:  311A     (Says his father was born in Wales in the 1910 Censu) Enlisted as a Private on 18 May 1864       Drafted in Company C, 15th Infa ntry Regiment Virginia on 03 Nov 1864.       Capt. Woolfolk's Company, Vir ginia Light Artillery.       On rolls on 15 November 1864

[DI8961] Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Record Name: John M Nuckols Death Day: 8 Death Month: Feb Death Year: 1926 County: Desha Roll Number: 19241933

[NI8964] SSI NEWT SMITH  04 Oct 1893 Aug 1968 72846 (Lamar, Johnson, AR) (none specifie d) 430-32-4167 Arkansas Census: 1900 Newton County, AR Pleasant Hill Township  HH 158-166 Smith, Stephen  head  March 1856   44  married 21 yrs  AR TN TN  farmer Polly  A wife  March 1859  41  13 children, 9 living  TN TN TN Ritchard  son   Nov 1885  14  AR Gilbert  son   Dec 1886  13  AR  twin Gracie  dau  Dec  1886  13  AR   twin Bradley  son  Jun 1893  7  AR  ?year Newton   son   Oct 1893  6  AR  ?year Neona  dau  Apr 1896 AR Alfred  son  Jan 1898  AR Appears to be this Newt, Sr. By Evelyn Flood 1910 Haskell County, Oklahoma, Beaver Township, Visit 44-48 SMITH, Adaline, head, 37, Wd, 10-9 children living, AR ...... Newt, son, 15, S, AR ...... Sarah, daug., 13, AR ...... Alcey, daug., 9, AR ...... Artie?, daug.,7, AR ...... Mildred, daug., 5, AR ...... Dora?, daug., 3, AR ...... Roy, son, 8/12?, OK 1920 Johnson County, AR Spadra Township  HH  47-47 Smith, Newton  head  22  AR AR AR  farmer Opal  wife   19  AR UNK AR McKinley  son  1-6/12  AR neighbor:  Newt's brothers Richard & Ola Smith family; Brad & Maude Warr en Smith; and McGuires (Emma McGuire Nuckolls)  and Walter Hurt family 1930 Johnson County, AR Red Lick Townshp  HH55-56 Smith, Newte J.  head 38,  age married 25  farm labor  AR AR AR Othel   wife  30   age married 17  AR AR AR McKinley  11  AR Lillie M.  9  AR Newte, Jr.  5  AR Leon R.  3/12  AR Newton County, Arkansas Times Newspaper article: 16 May 1996 Log Hall, by Kathryn Wheeler Roy Smith's niece brought him from Oklahoma to visit his cousin Garland a nd Nancy Smith. Roy is a brother to Newt Smith who died in the Newton Coun ty Nursing Home some years back. Garland's brother Columbus took 86-year-o ld Roy to Smith Cemetery on top of Red Rock Point, where their grandparen ts Levi and Sophia Smith are buried. Roy's niece loved it here and said s he has to have a plot of land to build a house on. Garland and Roy hadn 't seen each other for so many years, 92-year-old Garland couldn't rememb er him.

[NI8967] A great grandson, Paul King, lives in Sikeston and he stems from their dau gter Zella. SSI: Zella HUBBARD     Birth Date: 2 May 1903     Death Date: 23 Dec 1987     Social Security Number:  429-68-8671     State or Territory Where Number Was Issued:  Arkansas   Death Residence Localities     ZIP Code: 63052     Localities:  Antonia, Jefferson, Missouri   Imperial, Jefferson, Missouri   Otto, Jefferson, Missouri   Death Benefit Localities     Zip Code:  72315     Localities: Blytheville, Mississippi, Arkansas Per Paul King, Zella's grandson, she lived in or near Blytheville mo st of life, but died in Jefferson County, MO and body returned to Blythevi lle for burial.  She was buried next to her brother Chess and her daughte r, Ilena. Samuel, Zella's husband left when youngest child was about 13, and would c ome in and out of their lives

[NI8969] Obit of son Hurshel:  Hurshel Elmer Smith, 63, of Clarksville died Monda y, June 4, 2001, at North Logan Mercy Hospital, son of the late Newt J. a nd Virgie Nuckols Smith.

[NI8970] Cemetery: New Hope Cemetery, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas Highway 28 from Dardanelle, approximately 4 miles to the New Hope Bapti st Church sign on County Road 47. The cemetery is about 1/2 mile on Coun ty Road 47 on the right side of the road. This cemetery was copied and upd ated 6 Jun 1994 by Jo Daily and Gloria Craig. Crone, Clarence 31 Mar 1897 23 Feb 1979 SSDI Crone, Claudie Cufes s/o Clarence & Ortha V. (Nuckolls) h/o Ruby (Cavines s) Ark. Pvt. US Army WWII 19 Mar 1924 25 Dec 1979 SSDI Crone, Ortha V. (Nuckolls) w/o Clarence 30 Apr 1901 14 Apr 1979 Crone, Ruth B. no dates SSI CLARENCE CRONE  31 Mar 1897 Feb 1979 72853 (Ola, Yell, AR) (none specifie d) 430-58-2042 Arkansas WWI Draft Registration 1917-1918 Name: Clarance Burley Crone City: Not Stated  County: Yell    State: Arkansas Birth Date: 31 Mar 1899  age 31 Race: White  Roll: 1530658  DraftBoard: 0 Residence:  Dardanelle, Yell County, AR Employer:  Miller Cooper , Dardanelle, Yell County, AR Next of Kin:  Mrs. Martha Crone,  Dardanelle, Yell County, AR made his mark  9-17-1918 Description:  Medium Height, Medium Build, blue eyes, brown hair  no physi cal impairment   Note:  WWI Registration has birth year 1899 and SSI and cemetery have bi rth year 1897. Researcher Kathy Crone has Ethel as Ethel Ortha in error 1920 Johnson County, AR Howell Township,  Roll 68 Bk 1, Pg 142 A  HH 111/115 Crone, Martha  WF  48 Widow  farmer  MO KY MO William  son  27  home  farm laborer  AR AR MO Clarence  son  22  home farm laborer  AR AR MO  (married  Vera "Orth" Nuck olls) Ely?  son  21  home farm laborer  AR AR MO Densmore  son  18  home farm laborer  AR AR MO  (married Ziller Vangilder) Ada  dau  16  AR AR MO Etta  dau  12  AR AR MO Charlie  son  8  AR AR MO 1930 Yell County, AR Prairie Twnshp  HH  36-37 Crone, Clarens  head   34   age married  24  gen farmer  AR MO MO Ortha  wife  28   age married  19  AR AR AR Claudy   son  6  AR Nuckolls, Starlin  nephew  13  AR AR AR   (would be Ortha's brother and Cl arence's brother-in-law) Nuckolls,  Martha  niece  10   AR AR AR   (would be Ortha's sister and Cla rence's sister-in-law   living next door, Ortha's brother Chessley and wife Hattie/Kattie and s on Harlan

[NI8971] Name: Truman Nuckols SSN: 431-28-2332 Last Residence: 72442  Manila, Mississippi, Arkansas, United States of Ame rica Born: 30 Mar 1913 Died: Apr 1970 State (Year) SSN issued: Arkansas (Before 1951 )

[BI8971] Name:  «tab»Truman Nuckols SSN: «tab»431-28-2332 Last Residence: «tab»72442  Manila, Mississippi, Arkansas, Born: «tab»30 Mar 1913 Died: «tab»Apr 1970 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Arkansas (Before 1951)

[DI8972] Name: Fred S Nuckols Social Security #: 488187943 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 10 Aug 1916 Birthplace: Arkansas Death Date: 1 May 1995 Death Place: Imperial Mother's Maiden Name: Brown

[NI8974] Clarence Crone, head, 34 Ortha, wife, 28 md 19 Clouby, sin, 8 Starlin Nuckolls 13 1916 Arkansas  Nephew  White  Delaware, Yell, AR   193 0 Martha Nuckolls 10 1919    Niece     Delaware, Yell, AR

[DI8974] Name: «tab»Martha Cornelia Mitchell Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»03 Sep 1939 Event Place: «tab»Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab»Married Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»21 Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»07 Jun 1918 Birthplace: «tab»Clarksville, Ark. Spouse: «tab»John Carl Mitchell Father: «tab»John Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ark. Mother: «tab»Jane Bowen Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ark. Occupation: «tab»Carpenter Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab»Luxora, Ark. Cemetery: «tab»Calhoun Burial Place: «tab»Luxora, Ark. Burial Date: «tab» Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183675 Image Number: «tab»261 Film Number: «tab»1876879 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 20227

[NI8975] Clarence Crone, head, 34 Ortha, wife, 28 md 19 Clouby, son, 8 Starlin Nuckolls 13 1916 Arkansas  Nephew  White  Delaware, Yell, AR   193 0 Martha Nuckolls 10 1919    Niece     Delaware, Yell, AR

[DI8976] Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Name: Alice Nuckle Death Day: 23 Death Month: Dec Death Year: 1929 County: Yell Roll Number: 19241933

[NI8977] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Virgle E Nuckles Birth Year: 1906 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Arkansas State: Arkansas County or City: Yell Enlistment Date: 19 Nov 1942 Enlistment State: Arkansas Enlistment City: Little Rock Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA 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: Grammar school Civil Occupation: Geographer Marital Status: Single, with dependents Height: 67 Weight: 124

[HI8977] (Research):Name: Virgle E. Nuckles SSN: 430-32-7813 Last Residence: 72118 North Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas, United States of America Born: 13 Dec 1906 Died: 4 Apr 1993 State (Year) SSN issued: Arkansas (Before 1951 )

[DI8984] James Gordon Nuckles, passed away suddenly on the deer stand near Collins, Arkansas November 12, 1994. He was a good husband to his wife Barbara. He fathered three children, Wendy Harrington, Jenny Hollis, and Steven Nuckles. He was a deacon at Calvary Baptist Church in Dumas, Arkansas for several years until his untimely death. His brothers are: Sammy, Jerry [deceased] and two sisters: Shirley Nuckles and P.Kaye Lunsford. His widow Barbara still resides in Dumas, Arkansas.He was the son of William Gordon Nuckles [1918-1965]a WWII prisoner of war veteran, and Mrs. Edna Faye [Williams] Nuckles [1929-1999].He died while hunting with his son Steven Nuckles near the Collins area. He died of natural causes soon after getting on his deer stand. His son Steven found him later that morning.He worked for Pop Kola company, P & W Oil company as a truck driver, and the last few years of his life he was a Jackson cookie distributor at the time of his passing. He left a lot of good memories for his many friends and loved ones. He is buried at the Walnut Lake Cemetery, Pickens, Arkansas. +

[XI8984] Plot: His gravestone is located on the western end along the southern edge nearest to Walnut Lake.

[NI8992] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Record Name: Jesse Asberry Cowan City: Not Stated  County: Franklin  State: Arkansas Birth Date: 12 Mar 1879    age 39 Race: White  Roll: 1530389  DraftBoard: 0 Permanent Address: RFD 3  Ozark, Franklin County, AR white natural born US citizen Occupation:  farming Nearest Relative:  wife, Mary Adline Cowan, RFD 3, Ozark, Franklin Count y, AR Signed:  Jesse Asberry Cowan  Sept 12, 1918, Ozark, Franklin County, AR Physical Description:   tall, slender build, gray eyes, black hair  no phy sical impairments

[NI8994] name: «tab»Wm Lynch event: «tab»Marriage event date: «tab»02 Oct 1912 event place: «tab», Newton, Arkansas, United States age: «tab»31 estimated birth year: «tab»1881 residence: «tab»Fallsville, Newton, Arkansas spouse: «tab»Bessie Wagers spouse's age: «tab»21 spouse's estimated birth year: «tab»1891 spouse's residence: «tab»Fallsville, Newton, Arkansas marriage license date: «tab»28 Sep 1912 page: «tab»196 film number: «tab»1035375 digital folder number: «tab»004331447 image number: «tab»00131 Citing this Record "Arkansas, County Marriages, 1837-1957," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NM1L-RXJ : accessed 24 Dec 2012), Wm Lynch and Bessie Wagers, 1912.

[NI9009] WITTER — Virgil Wages, 89, ofWitter died Dec. 18, 2000, atFayetteville Hea lth and Rehab.He was born Dec. 26, 1911, atFallsville to Mose and Margaret Melvina Nuckols Wages. Hewas a retired farmer and amember of the Church of Christ.Survivors include three sons,Wayne Wages of East We-natchee, Wash ., Jerry Wages ofWitter and Fred Wages of Farm-ington; six daughters, Mace lBryant and Loretta Crail, bothof Wenatchee, Mildred Mounceand Jeanetta Cu lver, both ofSpringdale, Shirley Mannon ofHuntsville and Sharon Franklin of Elkins; two sisters, Ivy Jonesof Broken Arrow, Okla., andPearl Shrab el of Wenatchee; 16grandchildren; 34 great-grand-children; six great-great -grand-children.Graveside services will be at2 p.m. Friday at BrashearsCem etery with Pat Mannon of-ficiating. Pallbearers will be Ed Baker,Rodney Wa ges, Joe Stephens,Jerry Stout, Bobby Stout, JamesStout, Kenneth Stout, Leo nStout and Marvin Crail.Arrangements are by Bras-hears Funeral Home inHunt sville

[DI9020] Social Security Death Index about Clyde Carter Name: «tab»Clyde Carter SSN: «tab»429-34-0210 Last Residence: «tab»72072  Humnoke, Lonoke, Arkansas,  Born: «tab»28 Oct 1917 Last Benefit: «tab»72072  Humnoke, Lonoke, Arkansas,  Died: «tab»Nov 1980 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Arkansas (Before 1951)

[DI9021] Name: «tab»Rosie Qualls Death Date: «tab»25 Jul 1928 Death Place: «tab»Desdemona, Eastland Co., Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»About 25 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1903 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Arkansas Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»John Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab»Arkansas Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Housewife Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Lowell Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»25 Jul 1928 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2114542 Digital Film Number: «tab»4165515 Image Number: «tab»2332 Reference Number: «tab»cn 29948 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JXMW-WJP : accessed 6 May 2012), John Nuckles in entry for Rosie Qualls, 1928.

[NI9022] 1920 Johnson County, AR Ward Twnshp  HH 68-72 Qualls, Sol L.  head  21  AR AR AR  laborer Rose  wife  17  AR AR AR 1930 Comanche County, TX Prec 5 HH 69-70 Qualls, John M.  head  20  TX  AR AR  farmer   Solomon L.  brother  30  AR AR AR  farm labor single   Ewell  nephew  7   AR AR AR   Jewell nephew  5  AR AR AR Solomon ( Bub ) was also a Baptist preacher, although I don't recall ever hearing him preach, I do remember that several of thoes that had hea rd Bub preach say that he could make the hair stand up on the back of y ou neck. They say he was a fire and brimstone type of preacher. I recall Bub as a very calm and collective type of man with very mild manners. You were always welcome at his house, and he enjoyed company. The stories that were told on Bub as a young man, that he was very aggressive and didn't mind using his knife during confrontations is hard for this individual to visualize. I have been told that Bub adopted Retta May, (Ola Lee's daughter from a previous marrage) but are not sure about A.C.. Also their name may have be en Kendell. Source: Information is the Recall of Paul J. Qualls, Bub's nephew Father: Solomon R "Saul" QUALLS b: 20 Mar 1863 Mother: Lucinda Caroline QUALLS b: 17 Jan 1876

[DI9026] The Herald-Democrat, Clarksville, AR Thursday Oct 15, 1931 (Oark Items) We are sorry to hear about the death of Frank Knuckles, which occured last Sat morning leaving two orphan children. (Note from book author) Frank, son of William Nuckolls and Ida Bell Marshall was married to Tommie E Garrett. He was buried in the Buckhorn Cemetery, Newton County, AR. The two daughters were Bethena and Loraine Nuckolls Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 about Frank Nuckles Name: «tab»Frank Nuckles Death Day: «tab»10 Death Month: «tab»Oct Death Year: «tab»1931 County: «tab»Johnson Roll Number: «tab»19241933

[DI9027] Tommie E (Garrett) Nuckolls The Heral-Democrat, Clarksville, Ar Thursday, Spet 18, 1930 (Mt Levi Items) The Infant baby of Mr and Mrs Fran k Nuckles was buried in the Union Cemetery last Sunday afternoon. The mother was buried Monday afternoon. She leaves two other small children. Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 about Lonnie E Nuckolls Name: «tab»Lonnie E Nuckolls Death Day: «tab»14 Death Month: «tab»Sep Death Year: «tab»1930 County: «tab»Johnson Roll Number: «tab»19241933

[DI9040] OZARK —  Owen Arthur Nuckolls, 84, of Ozark died Saturday, Jan. 22, 2000, in an Ozark nursing home. He was a retired farmer, rancher and logger and was a Pentecostal.Funeral service will be 10 a.m. Monday in Shaffer Funeral Home Chapel with burial at Oak Grove Cemetery north of Ozark.He is survived by his wife, Jewell Magby Nuckolls; his daughter, Phyllis Suter of Russellville; two sons, Dennis and Dellis Nuckolls, both of Ozark; seven grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.Times Record Online

[NI9041] Jewell Mae Nuckolls, 85, of Ozark went to be with the Lord on Thursday, No v. 27, 2003. Born Oct. 16, 1918**, at Mountain Top. She was the daught er of the late William and Lillie Magby. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband, Owen "Bud" Nuckolls, six brothers and four sisters.Survivors include a daughter, Phyllis Suter of Russellville; two sons, Dennis Nuckolls of Dyer and Dellis Nuckolls of Ozark; three brother s, Carl Magby of Porum, Okla., twin brother, Ewell Magby of Clarksville and Hanford Magby of Anderson, Ind.; seven grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Visitation will be 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.Services wi ll be 2 p.m. Monday at Shaffer Funeral Home in Ozark with burial at Oakgro ve Cemetery with the Rev. Steve Sawrie officiating. Pallbearers will be Robert, Benny, John and Arden Magby, Henry and Charl es Cagle. Honorary pallbearers will be Wayne Magby, Harmon Cagle, Bill Alexander a nd Danny Stepp. Press Argus-Courier (12/2/2003) **Newspaper the Spectator of Ozark states DOB as 1915

[NI9046] 1880 Census Place:Boston, Madison, Arkansas Source:FHL Film 1254050  National Archives Film T9-0050     Page 50 6C James WAGERSSelfMMW36AROcc:FarmerFa: --Mo: --- Elisebeth WAGERSWifeFMW33KYFa: KYMo: KY W. H. WAGERSSonMSW13ARFa: ARMo: KY G. W. WAGERSSonMSW11ARFa: ARMo: KY Moses WAGERSSonMSW7ARFa: ARMo: KY Jeremiah WAGERSSonMSW5ARFa: ARMo: KY Jonas WAGERSSonMSW2ARFa: ARMo: KY Leona WAGERSDauFSW5MARFa: ARMo

[NI9048] WAGES CHARLEY born: 12/13/1906 M ARKANSAS mother: KNUCKLES died: KERN 01/10/1991 552-18-9952 age: 84 yrs Kern County Deaths BOOK: 233 PAGE: 102 Charley Wages male, white age: 84 years widowed Born: 13 Dec 1906, AR Died: 10 Jan 1991, found 0700hrs; at home Father: Franklin Wages born: AR Mother: Delaney Knuckles born: AR Occupation: Laborer for 8 years Employer: Southern Pacific Rail Road SS# 552-18-9952 completed 8 years education Years in Kern: 30 Usual address: 501 North Drive, Lebec, CA 93243 Informant: Harvey Wages (son), 513 South Drive, Lebec, CA 93243 Disposition: Burial, 14 Jan 1991; Greenlawn Memorial Park Funeral Director: Greenlawn Mortuary, Bakersfield,CA Cause of death: respiratory failure Due to: Exacerbation of chronic obstructive lung disease; COPD Other significant factors: Corpulmonale, ASHD with coronary

[NI9053] 1910 Johnson Co, Mulberry, AR enumerated 4/15/1910 Marcellus M Arbaugh 42 md age 22 AR AR MO Lucinda C, wife, 39 md 22 8ch 5 living GA GA GA Charlie, son, 14 Arthur, son, 11 Zora, dau, 8 Florence, dau, 8 Washington, son 1y1m James E Nuckolls, boarding AR TN GA 1920 Johnson County, AR LowGap  HH 112-121 Arbaugh, Gellis  head  57  AR GA GA  gen farm labor Martha  wife  44  GA GA GA   (do not know why enumerated as Martha - Lucin da Catherine) Author  son  21     gen farm labor Florence  dau  14  AR Wash  son  11  AR Harley  son  6  AR 1930 Newton County, AR Boston Township  HH  27-27 Arbaugh, Margellous  head  61  married age 20  AR AR MO  farmer Cassie  wife  58  married age 18  GA GA GA Washington  son  21 Harley  son  16 Children Sherden Arbaugh b: 18 Jan 1889 Charlie Arbaugh b: 4 Aug 1895 in AR Arthur Arbaugh b: 21 May 1898 in AR Washington Arbaugh b: 21 Nov 1908 in Johnson Co., AR Florence Arbaugh b: 30 Jul 1905 in AR Zora Arbaugh Harley Arbaugh b: 4 May 1913 in AR Herald-Democrat, Clarksville, Ar. 16 July 1942 M.M. Arbaugh, 74, died late Wednesday in Arbaugh, Ar, Funeral services will be held at the Buckhorn cemetery Friday afternoon Ju ly 17 at 5.pm. Interment is in charge of the Smith Funeral Home. Mr. Arbau gh is survived by his mother, Mrs. Martha Arbaugh; his wife Mrs. Lucind ia Catherine Arbaugh; four sons, Charles, Argthur and Harlie Arbaugh of Oa rk and Wash Arbaugh, Knoxville; and two daughters; Mrs. Zora Moore, Ozone and Mr s. Florence Cowan, Arbaugh; 26 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Notes from messageboards Author: Jane Becker  Date: 17 Oct 1999 10:40 AM GMT Have info beginning with Graffon au Erbach arriving Maryland, 1747. Gre at grandfather, mine, Albert Layfayette married Martha Jane Atkins. Childr en, Marzelous Montgomery, Milda A. ( Dilla) married Moses Patterson, Jo hn F., Mary Etta, married Jesse Cowan and William M. Patterson, Elizabet h, married Jesse Cowan,David Benjamin, William Monroe, Eliza J., George Wa shington, Clarice M. married Joseph Equil Stepp, Anna, married William Moo ney. Limited info but am interested in anything you may be able to ad d. My parents were Harlie and Mable (Stewart) Arbaugh, grandparents, Marze lous and Cassie (Lucinda Catherine Holt) Arbaugh Author: Betty Penix  Date: 26 Oct 1999 7:28 AM GMT I believe that your Marzellous was commonly called Zellous by family membe rs. He lived on the mountain near Arbaugh, Arkansas, which was the store a nd post office run in later years by his brother, George. When my grandmot her, Rhoda, died at the age of 36 yrs, Martha and Albert moved in wi th my grandpa, David and his eight children. The new baby went to live wi th Rhoda's mother and husband. As Albert had very little to do, he travel ed around the country visiting his children - one month with each. Albert 's parents lived in the river valley - Mulberry River. My mother can remem ber where they lived but not their first names. I have a cousin who has do ne much research with excellent results. I will try to get in touch with h er for information which I will share. I'm deep into researching the Pen ix family at the moment and haven't really been working on the Arbaugh si de as yet.

[NI9067] Name: Andrew D Barber Spouse: Barber Tabitha Parents:   Kilpatrick Allen ,     Mart Birth Place: County, Perry, TN Birth Date: 2 October 1820 Marriage Date: 1840 Death Date: 1869 Posted by: Larry Cowan Date: November 03, 2001 at 18:16:35     of 53711 I am looking for information on Tiltha smith that married Andrew D.J. Barb er had daughter Martha Barber that Married Jesse Cowan. Lived in Arkans as Johnson and Newton Counties on 1860 Arkansas Cen. Any Information can h elp  Thank You Larry Cowan Married Jessie Cowan July 20 1876 Johnson county Arkansas Daughter of Andr ew Barber and Tiltha Smith. She was born Aug 31 1854 Died Little Rock A rk 1925 Burried Case Cowan Cemetery Newton County Arkansas. She wou ld be my Greatgrandmother and my aunt and uncle remember her as being 10 0% cherekoee indian. Can anyone help? She also had 1 infant son died burried same place son Andrew Martin (And y) Cowan b 1877 son James Riley (Black Jim) Cowan b 2-17-1880 Ozark johns on county Arkansas Died June 13 1949 rose Oklahoma burried cache cemete ry cache ok.   Dau. Rosetta (Rosa) Cowan B 1881 son Jesse Thomas Cowan B m ar 19 1884

[NI9100] Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1921 > August > 24 The Middlesboro Chapter of the Eastern Star was idstributed Saturday night  in the Masonic Hall. Mrs E E Nelson of Williamsburg, and Mrs O P Nuckols,  and 25 others were in charge of the ceremony.... Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > February > 17 Mrs O P Nuckols and Miss Gwendolyn Duckett went to Knoxville for a few days the later part of this week. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > February > 17 Miss Lena Duckett, Miss Gwendolyn Duckett, and Mrs O P Nuckols returned Friday night from Knoxville where they spent a few days. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > March > 8 Mrs O P Nuckols and Mrs Leon Nuckols of Pineville were shopping in Middlesboro yesterday Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1924 > May > 15 Mrs Paul Nuckols Hostess Yesterday Mrs Paul Nuckols entertained with a large bridge party ...listed as presen t...Mrs O P Nuckols, Mrs Leon Nuckols. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1924 > May > 24 Mrs O P Nuckols of Pineville  is the guest here of her son  J N Nuckols and Mrs Nuckols Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1924 > August > 20 Mrs O P Nuckols, and Mrs Paul Nuckols of Pineville  and Mrs C Hays Fost er visited friends in Middlesboro today Death Cert says she was born in Texas

[DI9100] Name:  «tab»Kathleen M Nuckals [Kathleen M Matthis] Death Date: «tab»6 Jan 1944 Death Location: «tab»Lincoln Residence Location: «tab»Lincoln Age: «tab»78y 1m 24d Gender: «tab»Female; Wiodow Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»12 Nov 1865 Birth Location: «tab»Texas Father's Name: «tab»Charlie Matthis Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Emma H Jane Short Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Hardin Inf- Mrs Chas? Foster

[NI9103] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Julius Leon Nuchols res Bell Co, Pineville, KY Age28 born Nov 30 1888 in Caumer KY Self emp farmer; Married, wife and one child Med height, slender, gray eyes, light brown hair Claims deaf in left ear Signed June 5 1917 Julius Leon Nuckols 1920 Bell Co, Pineville, KY Leon J Nuckols, head, 32, own home free, KY KY KY Druggest Chesney, wife, 26 KY KY KY Jack A, dau, 5, Jack A Asher, father in law, 67, widower KY KY KY Willie J Hodges, niece, 8, KY KY KY Margaret Asher, sister in law, 21, single, KY KY KY 1930 Bell Co, Pineville, KY HH214 J Leon Nuckols 42  head, own home $8000, own radio, KY KY KY Druggist, md2 6 Chesney A Nuckols 35  wife, md 19 KY KY KY Jack S Nuckols 15  son, single, KY D Bennett Nuckols 5  , KY KY KY, son W Jean Hodges 19  niece, 19 KY J.Leon was engaged in the drug business at Pineville, KY. 1930 census is W Jean Hodges, niece, age 19, single Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1921 > July > 26 J Leon Nuckols, E B Myric and Miss Anne Gregory of Pineville spent Sund ay in MIddlesboro Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1921 > August > 11 Leon Nuckols of Pineville was in Middlesboro on business yesterday Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1921 > September > 12 J Leon Nuckols of Pineville was here with brother Norwood Nuckols yesterda y Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > March > 2 Out of town people here to see "Eve" Among out of town persons who attended the show "Eve' here last night we re Mr and Mrs R M Watt, Mr and Mrs Leon Nuckols Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > July > 6 Mrs Raney Hostess at Intermission Supper ....the guest of Mrs J N Nuckols Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > August > 9 Guests Today at Lunch Mrs W D Faulkner, and Mrs W F Jordan had as their guests at lunch today, M rs Hayes Foster and daughter, Jane Merrill of Stanford and Mr and M rs J N Nuckols of Pineville Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1924 > June > 14 It is reported that Foley Epley, charged with stealing chickens from Le on Nuckols was convicted and sentenced to one year in the state reformator y. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1924 > June > 27 Leon Nuckols, Mrs Robert Elwood and Miss Abbey Elwood were shopping in Mid dlesboro Thursday. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1921 > January > 21 Grand Jury....J Leon Knuckles Was informant on fathers death cert in 1934

[DI9103] Name:  «tab»Julius Leon Nuckols Death Date: «tab»17 May 1943 Death Location: «tab»Fayette Residence Location: «tab»Fayette Age: «tab»55y 5 m 17d Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»30 Nov 1887 Birth Location: «tab»Canmer, Kentucky Spouse's Name: «tab»Chestney Nuckols Spouse's Age: «tab»49 Father's Name: «tab»O P Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Kathleen Mathis Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky

[DI9104] LALLA N FOSTER, Date 690613, Age 077, Place FYETE, Residence LINCOLN, Volu me 028, Cert 13640 Deathvol  69.)

[NI9105] Death Cert., C HAYS FOSTER, Date 630905, Age  074, Place LNCLN, Residen ce LINCOLN, Volume 045, Cert 22328 Deathvol 63 .)..

[NI9106] Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1921 > August > 8 P E Nuckols, and H C Parkey of Pineville were here Sunday with friends Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1921 > September > 2 P E Nuckols was here from Pineville today calling on relatives Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1921 > September > 12 Mat Park, William Neal, Hunter Clark and P E Nuckols of Pineville were he re over Sunday with firends. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1921 > October > 27 Miss Fannie Lehman, Mrs H Vance, Mrs S Catherilite, of Pineville motor ed to Middlesboro yesterday afternooon. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1922 > September > 29 Paul Nuckols and Wainwright Foley of Pineville were business visitor in t he city last evening. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1922 > October > 24 Paul Nuckols of Pineville was here Sunday. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1922 > October > 30 The follwing from Pineville attended the football game here Saturday. Coa ch Peterson, Coach Henderson, Wainwright Foley, Holley Petey, Paul Nuckol s, Reynolds Smith, Miss Florence Samuels, Miss Bessie Rice, and Mrs Hen ry Ware. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1922 > Novemb Dinner Reservations for Formal Opening Tonight Those having dinner reservations at the formal opening of the New Cumberla nd Hotel tonight and their parties are as follows......P E Nuckols-1 Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1922 > December > 20 Paul Nuckols of Pineville were in Middlesboro yesterday Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > January > 25 Joe Thomas, Paul Nuckols and Wainwright Foley of Pineville were visitors h ere last night. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > February > 22 Paul Nuckols and Charles Lewis of Pineville were in Middlesboro yesterday. Newspapers  > Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > Febr uary > 26 Wainwright Foley, Bob Durham, Harry Petrie , Abe Isaacs and Paul Nuckols w ere among the Pineville visitors here yesterday. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > March > 12 Here From Pineville for "Red Widow" Miss Jennie Lan, Miss Mabel Baird, Will Farley, Romey Lane, and Paul Nucko ls were among those from Pineville Saturday night to see "Red Widow" at t he Manring Theater. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > April > 2 Among the Pineville visitors here yesterday were- Paul Nuckols, Wainwrig ht Foley, Jack Little, Harry Petree and Bob Durham. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > April > 7 Pineville People see Show Here Ladt Night .......Mrs Leon Nuckols, Miss Isabell Dodson, Miss Mary Foley, Bob Durha m, Paul Nuckols.... Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > April > 9 Paul Nuckols and Wainwright Foley of Pineville were visitors here yesterda y. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > April > 16 Wainwright Foley and Paul Nuckols of Pineville were here yesterday. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > April > 23 Romey Lane, paul Nuckols, Wainwright Foley , Harry Petree were visitors fr om Pineville her yesterday Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > May > 1 Moss Patterson, Paul Nuckols and Grover Creech were among those from Pinev ille, here last night to see the presentation of the Strollers of "Lady Wi ndermere's Fan" Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1923 > October > 13 Many From Pineville Here for Venus Among the Pineville people here last night to attend "Venus" at the Manri gn Theater were,,,Mr and Mrs Paul Nuckols.... Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1924 > July > 8 Mr and Mrs Paul Nuckols and little son Billy Saunders are visiting in Glas gow. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1924 > August > 20 Mrs O P Nuckols, and Mrs Paul Nuckols of Pineville  and Mrs C Hays Fost er visited friends in Middlesboro today

[DI9106] Death Cert., KY Vital Records, PAUL E NUCKOLS, Date 701023, Age 077, Place FYETE, Residence FAYETTE, Volume 049, Cert 24196 Deathvol  70.)

[NI9107] WWI Draft Registration 1916-1918 Res P O Box 157 Bell Co, Pineville, KY Age 19 born  May 11 1899 Cashier for Armour & Co in MIddlesboro Kin-Dr O P Nuckols, Pineville, KY Tall, med build, brown eyes, dark hair Signed Setp 12 1918 James Norwood Nuckols Assistant manager of the plant and business of the great Chicago packing h ouse of Armour & Company at Middlesboro, Bell County, Kentucky. Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1921 > September > 12 J Leon Nuckols of Pineville was here with brother Norwood Nuckols yesterda y Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1922 > November > 22 Norwood Nuckols of Middlesboro was visiting freinds in Pineville this week Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1922 > December > 30 Amour and Company Dine at Hotel The regular monthly meeting od all the officials and salesmen of the loc al Amour Company  was celebrated today at noon  with a dinner at the Hot el Cumberland.  Those present....J N Nuckols.... Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1924 > March > 11 Personnel fo Jury # 2 ..........Norwood Nuckols........... Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1920 > December > 27 Norwood Knuckles has returned from a trip to Stanford, KY JAMES N NUCKOLS, Date 820103, Age 082, Place  FYETE, Residence FAYETTE, Vo lume 001, Cert 00356 Deathvol  82.).

[BI9107] Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 Name: «tab»Jas M Nuckols Birth Date: «tab»12 May 1899 Birth County: «tab»Jefferson Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Male Father's Name: «tab»O P Father's Birth Location: «tab»United States Mother's Name: «tab»Kathleen Mother's Maiden Name: «tab»Mathis

[DI9108] Name: «tab»Earl Leroy Somers Death Date: «tab»31 May 1963 Death Place: «tab»Weslaco, Hidalgo, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»61 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»06 Feb 1902 Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Virgil Somers Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Shirley Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Civil Service, U.S. Gov. Place of Residence: «tab»Weslaco, Hidalgo, Texas Cemetery: «tab»Weslaco City Burial Place: «tab»Weslaco, Hidalgo, Texas 701 E 8th Burial Date: «tab»02 Jun 1963 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2117274 Digital Film Number: «tab»4028587 Image Number: «tab»1128 Reference Number: «tab»CN 32151 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDJR-8K3 : accessed 6 May 2012), Shirley Nuckolls in entry for Earl Leroy Somers, 1963.

[NI9146] 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 NUCKELS   Nephew   S   Male   W   24   AL      KY   AL Living with sister

[NI9152] 1910 census household has Anna Dinver, aunt age 58, single 1930 cenus is a grandson named ?Ruston? age 3y2m 4/14/1930. Could be a s on of dau Katherine who shows divorced/ The Atlanta Consitution Atlanta Georgia 19 December 1909   Paul Nuckols  512 Empire Bldg Standard 1169  Bell Main 2660 Atlanta Constitution, The 1 March 1913 Real Estate News-$2200 R W Compton and Paul Nuchols to Mrs Viola Zacher y, lot on south side Ormewood Ave, 297 feet east of Woodward Ave 40x146x2 27 feet. Dec 14, 1909 Atlanta Constitution, The 2 July 1913 Deeds to Secure-$926 Dorothy Nuchols to J H Porter lot 25x112 feet north s ide Auburn Ave 212 feet east of  Pledmont Ave, June 26th Atlanta Constitution, The  11 Jan 1914 Big Property Exchange-An exchange involving $28,500 worth of real estate a nd perhaps a larger number of parcels of Atlanta property than any other e xchange effected in recent years was announced by the M C Kiser agen cy on Saturday. Mr Kiser exchanged for C C Lunday of Sassar, Ga, a Terre ll County farm of 1,077 acres with Paul Nuchols for a number of parce ls of Atlanta real estate. The Terrell County farm was valued in the tra de at $58,500. The Atlanta property which Mr Nuchols gave in exchange we re as follows: No 158 Auburn Ave, a 2 story brick store building on a l ot 25x112 located east of Pledmont Ave valued at $12,000. A corner of Hold erness and Oak streets, a dwelling on a lot 75x110 valued at $5000, a resi dence property at the corner of of Gilbert and Eden streets valued at $300 0, a residnece property at the corner of Woodward Ave and Ormewood Ave val ued at $4200, eleven vacant lots on Gilbert Street south of Eden valu ed at $3300, a house and lot on Ormewood Ave, south of Woodward valu ed at $2500. The Atlanta Consitution Atlanta Georgia 02 January 1910  daily Ads thru J an 16, 1916 Real Estate Firm- Ramsey and Nuckols (Paul)

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