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[NI3] From:Izellajane@aol.com Hi Sandi, the connection is that I am the daughter of Sheldon Sowers,s on of Annie Aaron. I think you have the spelling of the names different. A sa Isaac Aaron was my greatgrandfather born July 1850 according to the cen sus 0f 1900. He was married to Letitia Missouri Motley born June 1852. Ann ie was born August 1882. She had a  brother Walter who I don't think ev er married. Annie married John M. Sowers. Later after his death she marri ed Frank Long (not Mr, Hill). Sheldon Sowers married Ruby Brooks.My dad Sh eldon Sowers had his last name changed to spell Sours at the Chatham couth ouse. There is a familey tree on Letitia Missouri Motley . You can fi nd it at Ancestry.com by typing in the name. Martha Nuckols was my great-g reatgrand mother. She was married to Zachariah Aaron  the father of Isa ac Aaron.My grandmother Annie spelled her name with 2 a's. She past aw ay in 1960 and was buried at the familey cementry near Chatham,Va. Sheldon her only child pa st away July 4th 1952.Also in the 1900 census Asa Isaac Aaron spelled h is name with 2a's. gladys

[DI7] Wiley Smith, Jr., 84, of Cuyahoga Falls, passed away November 18, 2011. Wiley was born in Akron on September 29, 1927 to the late Wiley Smith and Emma Phillips Smith. In 1936 Wiley moved to Tallmadge and graduated from Tallmadge High School. Wiley joined the U.S. Army and finished his enlistment in 1946. He then attended The University of Akron and graduated in 1950 with a BA in Mechanical Engineering. He was employed with the M.A. Knight Co. of Akron as Plant Manager for 35 years. Later he worked nine years as VP of Oxycon Inc. and 17 years as President of SDK, Inc. Wiley was an avid handball player for over 35 years. He enjoyed watching the Cleveland Indians, Browns, and Cavaliers, as well as Ohio State football and basketball. For 19 years, Wiley was involved with the Akron Quarter Midget Association. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his half sister, Gertrude Teets of Oakland, Md. and half brother, Robert Beckett of Akron. He will be deeply missed by his wife of 26 years, Margaret (Maggie) Carroll Smith; son, Ken (Donna) Smith of Akron; daughters, Pamela Smith of Charlotte, N.C., Sandra (Jerry) Nuckles of Grove City, Ohio, Ann (Ladd) Shaner of Novelty, Ohio, and Jennifer Bowen of Grove City; eleven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and his beloved Miniature Schnauzer, Sam. Visitation will be Sunday, November 20 from 3 to 5 p.m., followed by a 5 p.m. funeral service at NEWCOMER FUNERAL HOME, 131 N. Canton Rd. To leave a special message for the family online, visit www.NewcomerAkron.com. (NEWCOMER FUNERAL HOME, 330-784-3334) Published in Akron Beacon Journal from November 19 to November 20, 2011

[NI8] Parents John Grant Frye and Eunice nee Throop Frye.

[DI8] CADI Bessie E Nuchols, spouse C W age 27 died Riverside Co 12/30/1937 Death Cert on file: Bessie Ernestine Nuchols Riverside Co, CA 859 Blanchard St Died 12/30/1937. Aged 27y2m28d born 10/281910 in Allegan Co, MI. Housewife, married to Charles W Nuchols. COD TB since 1935. Father J Grant Frye  born St Joseph Co, MI Mother Eunice Thrrop, born Allegan Co, MI Lived in CA 16yrs 5 months. Informant Charles W Nuchols 1996 7th St, Riverside, CA Removal and burial (no date) to Santa Paula, CA

[XI8] Plot: Sec A plot 223

[BI9] California Birth Index, 1905-1995 about Nuchols Name: «tab»Nuchols «tab» Birth Date: «tab»7 Oct 1936 Gender: «tab»Female Mother's Maiden Name: «tab»Mcintyre Birth County: «tab»Riverside

[DI9] CADI, ZZ (infant) Nuchols age 1 day, died 10/8/1936 Riverside Co, CA

[XI9] plot CO-G-4-337

[DI11] Name: «tab»John Nuckolds Gender: «tab»Male Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»17 Mar 1876 Death Place: «tab»Pitts. Co., Va Age: «tab»73 Birth Date: «tab»1803 Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Josiah Nuckolds Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Millie Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B86863-9 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»33327 Reference Number: «tab»116-63 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5T4-WYD : accessed 8 April 2012), John Nuckolds (1803).

[NI12] dau of Jesse Grubb and Mary Younger

[DI12] Name: «tab»Brintha Nuckolds Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»17 Dec 1876 Death Place: «tab»Pitts. Co., Va Age: «tab»75 Birth Date: «tab»1801 Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Jesse Grubbs Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Minnie Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B86863-9 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»33327 Reference Number: «tab»116-62 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5T4-WYC : accessed 8 April 2012), Brintha Nuckolds (1801).

[NI13] 1870 Pittsylvania Co, Chatham, VA -pg 345 (8/15/1870       Jonathan E Nuckols, 33 VA        Elizabeth 28 VA        next household        J J Nuckols, 40 (male)        America E, 27        Susan V, 8m

[NI14] Obit 1962 of daughter Brinthy names her mother as Margaret

[NI15] Supposedly married Clewood Prewitt, but cannot find evidence of this name. Also tried Pruitt

[BI15] Name: «tab»Susan Virginia Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»06 Sep 1869 Birthplace: «tab»District two, Pittsylvania, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»John E Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»America E Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I04874-4 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046956 Reference Number: «tab»p 239 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5F3-NMK : accessed 10 April 2012), Susan Virginia Nuckols (1869).

[DI16] Eleanor Elaine Allard Nuckols, age 91, passed away Saturday, February 26, 2011 At a assisted living facility in Idaho Falls, Idaho . Eleanor was born on April 27, 1919 in Pocatello, Idaho the daughter of William and Mitilda (Dundore) Allard. She grew up and attended elementary school in Arbon Valley, Idaho, graduating from high school in Pocatello, Idaho in 1937. She attended the University of Idaho, Southern Branch, in Pocatello and went on to graduate from the University of Idaho, Moscow with a BS Degree in Business in 1942. Eleanor worked for the Union Pacific Rail Road Co. in various clerical positions, before taking a Leave of Absence and joining the US Navy (Waves) in 1945, where she served as a Teletype Operator. She received her Honorable Discharge from the Navy in May of 1946, and on June 1, 1946 married James D. Nuckols in Pocatello, Idaho. James and Eleanor moved to Salt Lake City, Utah where Mr. Nuckols worked as a salesman for General Mills for about one year. They then moved to Arbon Valley, Idaho and farmed on the William Allard homestead for about 30 years. Mr. Nuckols preceded her in death on April 4, 1985. She was a member of the Lutheran Church of The Good Shepherd, and served at one time, on the YMCA Board of Directors, and was a member of WAVES National, D.A.V., and AARP. Her hobbies were gardening, oil painting, making stained glass items, and sewing. She was preceded in death by as mentioned, her husband, James as well as her parents; four brothers and a sister. Survivors include her daughter, Linda Louise Nuckols (Lynn) King of Big Springs, Nebraska; sons, Daniel Richard (Karen) Nuckols and David Allard (Mikki) Nuckols all of Idaho Falls, Idaho; seven grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren and one on its way.

[HI17] (Research):Name:  «tab»Mary Ella French [Mary Ella Nuckles] Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White    Age: «tab»92 Birth Date: «tab»2 Aug 1874 Birth Place: «tab»Virginia, United States Death Date: «tab»2 Dec 1966 Death Location: «tab»Reidsville, Ruffin, Rockingham Co, VA Annie Penn Memorial Hosp Spouse's Name: «tab»Giles H French Father's Name: «tab»Joseph Nuckles Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Robertson RESIDENCE: «tab»Ruffin, Rockingham, North Carolina SS# 237-62-1343 Informant Mrs G D Pearson, Reidsville, NC

[HI18] (Research):Name:  «tab»Giles Harrison French Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»72 Birth Date: «tab»25 Jun 1874 Birth Place: «tab»Rockingham Death Date: «tab»13 Jul 1946 Death Location: «tab»Leaksville, Rockingham Spouse's Name: «tab»Mary French Father's Name: «tab»William French Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Jane Page RESIDENCE: «tab»Ruffin, Rock, North Carolin

[HI19] (Research):Name:  «tab»Mr. Joseph Hilliare French Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»50y0m15d Birth Date: «tab»31 Aug 1897 Birth Place: «tab»North Carolina, United States Death Date: «tab»15 Sep 1947 Occ: Farmer- Own Farm Death Location: «tab»Ruffin, Rockingham Spouse's Name: «tab»Janie Myers Father's Name: «tab»Giles H French born NC Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Nuckles b NC RESIDENCE: «tab»Reidsville, Rockingham, North Carolina Informant Mrs J H French, R#5 Reidsville

[HI20] (Research):Name:  «tab»James French SSN: «tab»239-76-3634 Last Residence: «tab»27320  Reidsville, Rockingham, North Carolina, Born: «tab»18 May 1900 Died: «tab»Mar 1983 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»North Carolina (1963 )

[NI24] Groom's Name: «tab»Fred Cecil Pegram Groom's Birth Date: «tab»1913 Groom's Birthplace: «tab»Forsyth Co, Nc Groom's Age: «tab»21 Bride's Name: «tab»Mary Ella French Bride's Birth Date: «tab»1909 Bride's Birthplace: «tab»Rockingham Co, Nc Bride's Age: «tab»25 Marriage Date: «tab»24 Dec 1934 Marriage Place: «tab»Henry County, Virginia Groom's Father's Name: «tab»E W Pegram Groom's Mother's Name: «tab»Eliza Linville Bride's Father's Name: «tab»G H French Bride's Mother's Name: «tab»Mary E Knuckolds 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»M00733-4 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2048457 Reference Number: «tab» Source Citation "Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X51P-81Y : accessed 5 April 2012), Mary Ella French (1934).

[NI28] The Daily Times News Burlington NC Monday July 30 1962 Pg 17 Mrs A D Allen, 86, of Danville, Va , the mother of two local residents, di ed yesterday morning at 10:20 o'clock in a Danville nursing home after sev eral years of illness. A native of Pittsylvania County, Va she was the dau ghter of the late Josiah Nuckells and Mrs Margaret Nuckells. She was a mem er of Moffett Memoril Baptist Church in Danville, Va. Surviving are four d aughters, Mrs F H Smiht and Mrs Joe Riddle, both of Burlington, Mrs J J Es tep of Washington DC, and Mrss Jim Andrews of Danville; two sons, Luth er T Allen of Danville, and Frank Allen of Ringgold, Va; two brothers, Rob ert Nuckolls of Bedford VA and J P nuckolls of Culpepper Va and one siste r, G F French of Ruffin. The funeral will be held tomorrow.

[DI37] Name:  «tab»Bessie Lee Smith [Bessie Lee Allen] Gender: «tab»FemaleRace: «tab»White Age: «tab»63y 1m 9d  married, housewife Birth Date: «tab»15 Mar 1903 Birth Place: «tab»Virginia, United States Death Date: «tab»24 Apr 1966 Death Location: «tab»Durham, Durham Spouse's Name: «tab»Fred H Smith Father's Name: «tab»Albert Daniel Allen Mother's Name: «tab»Brinthy Frances Nuckols RESIDENCE: «tab»Burlington, Alamance, North Carolina Inf Mr Fred H Smith 1112 Maple Ave Burlington, NC

[NI52] Home in 1900: Newport News Ward 3, Newport News City, Virginia Age: 40  Estimated birth year: abt 1860 Birthplace: Virginia Relationship to head-of-house: Head Spouse's name: Annie Race: White Aurensan Nuchols 40 Annie Nuchols 33 Verna E Nuchols 15 Gracie M Nuchols 12 Maude E Nuchols 9 Hattie E Nuchols 8 Wm H Nuchols 6 Joseph F Nuchols 5 Richard Nuchols 2 Irving C Nuchols 30 Home in 1910: Kempsville, Princess Anne, Virginia Roll: T624_1643; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 87; Image: 483. Race: White Household Members: Name Age Albert B Nuckuls 50 Hester Nuckuls 44 Verna Nuckuls 24 Grace Nuckuls 21 Maud Nuckuls 19 Hattie Nuckuls 18 Harry Nuckols 16 Frank Nuckols 15 Alvin Nuckols 12 Florence Nuckols  6

[DI54] Name: «tab»Henry K. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»23 Nov 1905 Death Place: «tab»Richmond, Virginia Age: «tab»73 Birth Date: «tab»03 May 1832 Birthplace: «tab»Louisa Co. Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab»Va Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Va Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B06977-0 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2033601 Reference Number: «tab»23 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRMX-S45 : accessed 7 April 2012), Henry K. Nuckols (1832).

[XI54] U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 Name: «tab»Henry Knight Nuckols Cemetery: «tab»Dover Cemetery Cemetery Location: «tab»Manakin, Virginia Private Co, G 4th Reg, Cavalry, hanover Troop Applicant and ship to Mrs L C Clarke, manakin, VA 5/3/1934

[DI55] Richmond Times Dispatch Feb 2, 1925 Funeral services for Mrs Lucy C Nuckols will be conducted at Dover Baptist Church this afternoon at 1 o'clock.

[NI56] Email from Bill Davis 11/2/2004 At Oscar Nuckols funeral a few weeks ago I learned from Norwood Nuckols that the future of the Israel Nuckols home in western Henrico County VA is not as secure as we had thought.  The house has been sold to a developer who specializes in "infill" and who originally had planned to squeeze in a few townhouses on the property that surrounds the old house.  That plan was opposed by neighbors, so the developer is expected to prese nt a new or amended plan to the zoning board next week.  According to Norwood,  the old house has no legal protection for its historic value, though it is thought to be one of the oldest dwellings in the county.  It is on only the County Registry, not the National Registry, and that carries no requirement for preservation.  There is a possibility that the current owner might be moved to demolish it if he nee ds to make his expected return on the property.  Norwood did note that the deed does contain an easement for family access to the graveyard, and there are both county and state laws regarding the preservation of burial sites.  Even so, it would be a shame to lose the old house, which has been estimated to date to the 1790's.  Given the current pace of development in the Richmond area and the level of property values, there may not be a lot anyone can do.   If anyone out there has any ideas on how to get a river to run backwards, I would like to hear them. Thanks,  Bill Davis 1/25/2005 aprilsullivan575@hotmail.com I just wanted to let you know that I and others who live in my neighborhood (Graham Meadows just down the road from Nuckols Farm Elementary School) are currently trying to convince the county to save Israel Nuckols home from being torn down to make way for new development.  The homesite includes a family cemetery, exterior kitchen building, the home that Mr. Nuck ols acquired in 1849, and a barn.  We have been working with Mr. Norwood N uckols to some degree, but if you have any information regarding this home that would be helpful to us or if you just want to let the county know that the area should be preserved, it would begreatly appreciated.  We don't want to see the last bit of Nuckols family history in Henrico be destroyed.  Thank you. April Sullivan (804) 269-3597 2/28/2005 Just wanted to let you know that we had a meeting tonight with the Henrico County government people (Board of Supervisors representative and Parks and Recreation representative) and it looks very positive that the County is going to purchase the Israel Nuckols Farmhouse and turn the property into a historical park.  I am not getting totally excited until the money actually exchanges hands, but it looks very very good!  So I just wanted to give you that update and I will keep you posted.  We should know more in about 2 weeks or so after the next Board of Supervisors meeting.  Many Nuckols family members were there and I think that helped tremendously!  Also the history attached to the land and house and the fact that there is a family cemetery there helped as well.  Anyway, just wanted to share the good news.Thanks! April Sullivan The Henrico County Historical Society in co-operation with Henrico County Division of Recreation and Parks, is planning a 30 Year Anniversary Celebration/ Fundraiser. Proceeds will benefit the restoration of the Nuckols Farm House, circa 1750, that is thought to be the oldest surviving structure in Henrico County. It was the home of six generation of the Nuckols Family beginning with Israel Nuckols. The event will include food and family entertainment as well as silent auctions to raise funding for this worthwhile project. Admission free. Retail vendors and non-profit organizations are also invited to participate. Sunday, October 9th, 2005 12:00 to 4:00 P.M. Location: Nuckols Farm 3501 Gayton Hills Lane Richmond, VA 23233 Information and forms may be found at http://www.henricohistoricalsociety. org/NuckolsForm.html or www.henricohistoricalsociety.org Thank you very much, Sarah Pace, President Henrico County Historical Society Information and forms may be found at http://www.henricohistoricalsociety. org/NuckolsForm.html The Nuckols Farm house is one of the oldest structures in Henrico County, dating to 1750. It was threatened with destruction as a result of a pla nned development. The neighborhoods surrounding the property, in partnership with local preservation groups, appealed to the County of Henrico to de velop a plan to preserve this historic site and the property was purchased by the County. Future plans call for creating a park with possible use of the house as a museum. The purpose of this benefit is to help restore the Nuckols Farm House and property as an example of a rural way of life that is fast disappearing from the landscape in Henrico County. The Nuckols Farm was once a dairy. In the early 1900's Henrico County was a leading dairy producer in the country. Today there are no dairy farms in production in Henrico County . We are inviting the public and local businesses to participate in this community project to help preserve history in Henrico County.

[DI56] Name: «tab»Israel Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»26 Sep 1857 Death Place: «tab»Henrico County, Virginia Age: «tab»63 Birth Date: «tab»1794 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland Occupation: «tab»Farmer Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Samuel Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07003-3 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2056983 Reference Number: «tab»p 132 e 74 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XR73-75D : accessed 7 April 2012), Israel Nuckols (1794).

[NI74] History of Virginia: Va Biography, American Historical Society, Chicago and NY 1924, Vol IV of 6 volumes. Ky Hist Society 975.5 pages 220-222 Hanover County, Virginia, and was about thirteen years of age when taken to Henrico County by his parents. There he completed his education and was reared and married, and in young manhood adopted the vocation of farming, which he followed until his . death in September, «i»1910. «/i»A man of modern ideas and progressive methods, he was in advance of many of his fellow-farmers, and by many was considered the best farmer in Henrieo County, his operations covering a wide extent. Politically he was a democrat, and his religious faith was that of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, of which he was always a strong supporter. From 1861 to 1864 he served as a Confederate soldier during the war between the states. As a member of Company G, Hanover Troop, Fourth Virginia Cavalry, he served in all the engagements of his body up to and including Spotsylvania Court House, May 8, 1864, where he. was severely wounded and incapacitated for further service, not recovering fully for several years. Mr. Nuckols married Mildred Hester Jordon, who was born May SO, 18S2, in Goochland County, and died in Henrico County in May, 1902, and they were the parents of the following ehildren: Ora, who died at Rich-. mond in July, 1922, aged sixty-four years, as the 0widow of Robert Carden, who died in Hanover County, where he Jiad been engaged in farminl!'; a daughter who died in infancy; Emma, who died in Goochland County, aged forty-two years, as the wife of John T. St. Clair, who is engaged in farming in that county; Hartwell M., engaged in the farm implement business at Richmond; Courtlarid J., carrying on agricultural operations in Henrico County; Oscar N., also engaged in farming in this county; Howard J., of Richmond, engaged in the fatin implement business with his brother, Hartwell M.; and Marvin Everette, of this review

[MI74] (Medical):wounded at Spottsylvania Courthouse 5/8/1864

[DI74] Times Dispatch Richmond VA 9/12/1910 Jacob W Nuckols, a well-known and highly esteemed farmer of Henrico county, died yesterday at his home. He was born July 30, 1836. He had been for many years a member of the board of stewards of St Matthew's Methodist Church in Henrico and superintendent of its Sunday School During the war between the states he served as a member of Wickham's Brigade in Company G Fourth Virginia Calvary and was wounded in both legs at the battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse May 1861. During the war his entire property in Henrico county, including farm house, outbuildings and stock, were destroyed by fire by the invading armies, and after the war he was on crutches for five years. Nevertheless he surmounted all difficulties and regained in a short time his position in the business of his community. About twp years ago he suffered a stroke of paralysis, and last Sunday a second stroke followed, which, after a week, terminated yesteday morning in death. The interment will take place this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the residence. He is survived by his wife Mrs Alic Clarke Nuckols; one daughter Mrs Ora M Carden of Henrico county and five sons, C.J and O N of Henrico; H M and H J and Dr M E Nuckols of Richmond Times Dispatch 9/12/1910 Deaths- Nuckols-died at his home in Henrico county of paralysis, Jacob W Nuckols aged 74. Funeral Monday Sept 12 at 1 o'clock

[NI75] Living at time of his wife's death 1951 but not able to find a death cert. Could well have returned to his loved Virginia after wifes death. A death certificate for a Mary E Nuckols born 12/1/1852 died 6/30/1919 in Allen Co, KY, the informant was Irvin Nuckols from Scottsville, KY ( death cert on CD) Berkshire Evening Eagle, Monday, June 27, 1949, Berkshire County, Pittsfie ld, Mass BUILDING TRADE HAS UNTOUTED PAUL BUNYAN by Robert C Ruark Anthoston Ky- Every time I read in the papers about the muddle in housing I get to thinking about I C Nuckols, a craggy old man who don't even need him a hammer to build him a house.      Mr Nuckols has built him many a house, and he will use a hammer if it 's handy, but if he can't lay a hand on one it don't slow up the process any. Mr Nuckols just rares back and hits that old nail with his bare hand, wham, liek that, and it sinks in right up to the head.      Mr Nuckolls' particular skill has made him famous locally for many ye ars becasue very few people seem to be able to drive nails through one-in ch oak planks merely by smacking them with the flat of the palm. It don 't make any difference to Mr Nuckols about the size of the nail; he just as leave drive him a 60-penny as a 10-penny.      So rare is this skill that Mr Nuckols says he figures he could have made him millions of dollars and no law could touch him. However, as a pure artist, Mr Nuckols has been content to employ his rare talent for good at small profit. He won't bet you he can't do it, he just hits the nail on the head.      I went to call of Mr Nuckols recently at his 54-acre farm outside Anthoston. He raises spotted Poland-China hogs there when he is not driving nails through boards, and iit is a right pretty place. Mr Nuckols is burley in build, a little bowlegged and weighs maybe 215 pounds. He is a clear -eyed, confident old man almost 77. Mr Nuckols is a backslid Virginian who went north and has been pining for Goochland County, Va ever since.      He seemed pleased to have us in the place. He said he reckoned we had come in to see weather it was true about him, and that he would be pleased to demonstrate. He led us down past the spring and the chicken yard and picked out a stout poplar plank. He spotted a big thick nail in anoth er board buried in deep and he had to use a claw-hammer for extraction. He poised the big nail on the plank, rared back, and drove her clear th rough with one smack.      Mr Nuckols said he came by his unique talent when he was a boy back in Virginia. He sadi it was raining on day and he was setting in the ba rn, waiting for it to clear up, and all of a sudden his eye lit on a white -pine packing box with a nail sticking in it. The box had contained Arm & Hammer soda.      It just came to Mr Nuckols then and there that if a man went at it right, he could drive nails into boards without a hammer, and he started to practice. It wasn't long before he became the marvel of the countryside. Mr Nuckols has never told anyone the secret of his knack. He cradles it as closely as we watch the atom-splitting formula. But he says nothing is impossible if a man has two things.      "All a man needs to do anything he wants to do, " Mr Nuckols says, dragging at his long-stemmed pipe, "is self-confidence and a made-up mind. T hat's what I tell the children nowadays --- they don't even need book-learning if they've got self-confidence and a made-up mind."      Driving back from Mr Nuckols house, I started to brood about Mr Nuckols formula. It sounded familiar, if phrased a little differently. Then I remembered: Bernard M Baruch had said that the main thing wrong with the nation right now was indecision based on that uncertainity, a mass hesitati on due to a fuzzy future. Mr Baruch never drove a nail with his bare hand in his life, but he and Mr Nuckols share a basic formula. There is not much a man cannot do if he is equipped with self-confidence and a made- up mind, even if the problem is as tough, to quote Mr Nuckols, " as a bull 's forehead."

[DI75] Living at time of his wife's death 1951 but not able to find a death cert

[DI76] Social Security Death Index about Temple Nuckols Name: «tab»Temple Nuckols «tab» SSN: «tab»229-14-9111 Last Residence: «tab»Virginia Born: «tab»16 Mar 1871 Died: «tab»Aug 1964 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[NI78] ??? Name: «tab»Charles E. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»04 Jul 1882 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»H. C. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Indianna Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00211-6 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046932 Reference Number: «tab»p 165 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5V6-T7J : accessed 6 April 2012), Charles E. Nuckols (1882).

[NI79] Charles E Johnson   Age: 45 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0074   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0175   County:  Richmond City, Richmond   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Wife Judie G 50 Virginia Daughter Nettie O 23 Virginia Daughter Marion I 21 Virginia Son Herbert E 19 Virginia SIL Ruth Nuckols 25 Virginia

[BI80] Name: «tab»Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»26 Nov 1863 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Henry R. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Lucy C. Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00211-6 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046932 Reference Number: «tab»p 84 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5V8-V5S : accessed 6 April 2012), Nuckols (1863).

[DI80] Name: Sarah Elizabeth Rice [Sarah Elizabeth Nuckols] Social Security #: 0 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 26 Nov 1863 Birthplace: Virginia Death Date: 2 Jun 1953 Death Place: Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: Jordan Father's Surname: Nuckols

[NI82] Charles E Johnson   Age: 45 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0074   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0175   County:  Richmond City, Richmond   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Wife Judie G 50 Virginia Daughter Nettie O 23 Virginia Daughter Marion I 21 Virginia Son Herbert E 19 Virginia SIL Ruth Nuckols 25 Virginia

[BI82] Name: «tab»Ruth Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»08 Jan 1883 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»H. K. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»L. C. Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00211-6 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046932 Reference Number: «tab»p 174 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5V8-2XP : accessed 6 April 2012), Ruth Nuckols (1883).

[HI84] (Research):Dixon marriage name from Doris Dell

[DI85] Social Security Death Index about Evelyn Nuckols Name: «tab»Evelyn Nuckols «tab» SSN: «tab»231-18-3144 Last Residence: «tab»23075  Highland Springs, Henrico, Virginia,  Born: «tab»6 Dec 1924 Last Benefit: «tab»23075  Highland Springs, Henrico, Virginia, Died: «tab»Sep 1979 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[NI90] Census Place: Norfolk Ward 3, Norfolk (Independent City), Virginia; Rol l: T624_1637; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 36; Image: 1038. Name: Verna  Nuckols [Verna Nuckols] Age in 1910: 24 Estimated birth year: abt 1886 Birthplace: Virginia Relation to Head of House: Cousin Father's Birth Place: Virginia Mother's Birth Place: Virginia Home in 1910: Norfolk Ward 3, Norfolk (Independent City), Virginia Marital Status: Single Race: White Gender: Male Household Members: Name Age Harrie Fentress 41 Addn M Fentress 37 Russie Fentress 20 Mary O Fentress 19 Alvrick Fentress 19 Tomasia L Balkey 69 Fred Talmage 27 Emma J Talmage 26 Verna Nuckols 24

[BI90] Name: «tab»Verna Nuckles Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»25 Jul 1885 Birthplace: «tab»Elizabeth City Co., Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»A. B. Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»M. A. Nuckles Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00527-6 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046930 Reference Number: «tab»p 92 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5JV-3L8 : accessed 6 April 2012), Verna Nuckles (1885).

[NI91] Groom's Name: «tab»Erick Borjes Groom's Birth Date: «tab»1860 Groom's Birthplace: «tab»Germany Groom's Age: «tab»25 Bride's Name: «tab»Nellie Gann Bride's Birth Date: «tab»1867 Bride's Birthplace: «tab»Pennsylvania Bride's Age: «tab»18 Marriage Date: «tab»18 Jun 1885 Marriage Place: «tab»Norfolk, Virginia Groom's Father's Name: «tab»Geo. Borjes Groom's Mother's Name: «tab»Louisa Borjes Bride's Father's Name: «tab»Jno. Gann Bride's Mother's Name: «tab»Helen Gann 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»M01179-3 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2048491 Reference Number: «tab»p 32 n 137 Source Citation "Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XR93-NRB : accessed 10 April 2012), Erick Borjes (1885).

[NI97] Name:    William Henry Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Princess An ne State:    Virginia  Birthplace:    Elizabith County  Birth Date:    5 O ct 1894 Race:    Caucasian  Roll:    1985049  DraftBoard:    0 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Sept 12 1918 Name: William Henry Nuckols Birth Date: 5 Oct 1893 Residence: Princess Anne, Virginia RFD4 Box 71 Kempsville Birth: Elizabeth City, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403Z Notify-Mrs Beulah may Nuckols Emp-Ford Motor Co, Norfolk, VA

[XI97] Birth: «tab»Oct. 5, 1893 Virginia, USA Death: «tab»Jul. 2, 1976 Virginia Beach Virginia, USA William Henry "Harry" Nuckols was the son of Aurilus Byron Nuckols and his wife, Hester Annie Todd. He was married to Beulah M. Lane in about 1930. Military Inscription: "Pvt US Army World War I" U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about William Nuckols Name: «tab»William Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»5 Oct 1893 Death Date: «tab»2 Jul 1976 SSN: «tab»225078435 Enlistment Date 1: «tab»27 May 1918 Release Date 1: «tab»9 Apr 1919

[NI98] Parents:   Lafayette Washington Lane (1857 - 1939)   Mary Lydia Munden Lane (1868 - 1948)

[DI98] Daily Press (Newport News, VA) - May 4, 1993 Deceased Name: NUCKOLS NUCKOLS, Beulah L.: 11 a.m. in Charity United Methodist Church Cemetery, V irginia Beach. Daily Press (Newport News, VA) - May 3, 1993 Deceased Name: BEULAH L. NUCKOLS VIRGINIA BEACH - Beulah Lane Nuckols, 93, mother of Rev. William H. Nucko ls Jr., of Hampton, died Sunday, May 2. Mrs. Nuckols was a homemaker. S he was a member of Community United Methodist Church. Also survived by ano ther son; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Visitati on 6 to 8 p.m. tonight at the residence, 5716 Old Providence Road. Gravesi de service 11 a.m. Tuesday in Charity United Methodist Church Cemete ry by the Rev. Walter A. Whitehurst. Arrangements by Kellum Funeral Hom e, Bonney Road Chapel. Obituary: " Paper: Virginian-Pilot, The (Norfolk, VA); Section: LOCAL; Page: D2 Deceased: BEULAH L. NUCKOLS; Date: May 3, 1993 Beulah Lane Nuckols, 93, of the 5700 block of Old Providence Road, a homemaker, died May 2, 1993, in Hillhaven Nursing Home, Norfolk. Mrs. Nuckols was born in Virginia Beach. She was the widow of William Henry ''Harry'' Nuckols and was a member of Community United Methodist Church.Survivors include two sons, the Rev. William H. Nuckols Jr. of Hampton and Richard L. Nuckols of Virginia Beach; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.The graveside service will be conducted at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Charity United Methodist Church Cemetery by the Rev. Walter A. Whitehurst. Kellum Funeral Home, Bonney Road Chapel, is handling arrangements. Friends may join the family from 6 to 8 p.m. today in the residence, 5716 Old Providence Road.Contributions may be made to Community United Methodist Church. " Name: Beulah M. Nuckols SSN: 224-92-3766 Last Residence: 23464  Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach City, Virginia, Unit ed States of America Born: 25 Feb 1900 Died: 2 May 1993 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1973 )

[DI99] Name: Joseph Nuckols Birth Date: 28 April 1895 (Historical Events) Death Date: July 1983 (Historical Events) Issuing State: Virginia Residence at Death: Norfolk,Norfolk City,Virginia 23518 SSN: 223-20-7303

[NI101] Name:    Alvin Knight Nuckols City:   Not Stated County:    Princess Anne  State:    Virginia  Birth Date:    26 Sep 18 98  Race:    White  Roll:    1985049 Sept 12, 1918 Alvin Knight Nuckols, res; 50 Norfolk Rt 2, Princess Anne, V A Age 20 born Sept 26 1898 Self emp farmer, kin: father Med height, med build, no eye color, no hair color 1900 census name is Richard, son, born 9/1897 Name: Alvin Nuckols SSN: 230-07-2199 Last Residence: 23464  Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach City, Virginia, Born: 26 Sep 1897 Died: Apr 1984 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI102] MARSHALL DORIS CURLING Tuesday, February 10, 1953 / Wednesday, February 11, 1953 / Thursday, Febr uary 12, 1953 Age 56, husband of Mrs. NANNIE COOPER CURLING and son of Mrs. KITURA FENTR ESS CURLING and the late JAMES E. CURLING.  He was a native of Princess Anne C ounty and a resident of Norfolk County for the past 12 years, died Monday, Februa ry 9, 1953 at 6:55 am at a Norfolk hospital.  He was a member of Salem Methodist Church.  Besides h is wife and mother, he is survived by 5 daughters, Mrs. W.O. SAUNDERS, Mrs. E.L. LAWRENCE and Mr s. L.C. BALLANCE, all of Norfolk, Mrs. J.M. RICE of Portsmouth and MRS. E.C. CALHO ON JR of Great Bridge; 2 sons, R.M. CURLING and M.R. CURLING, both of Great Bridg e; 5 sisters, Mrs. A.K. NUCKOLS, Mrs. L.H. JONES, both of Norfolk, Mrs. D.L. DAVIS and M rs. R.F. HUMPHRIES of Kempsville and Mrs. C.F. OWEN of Salem; 2 brothers, C.L. CURL ING of Norfolk and J.E. CURLING of Salem and 7 grandchildren.  Funeral services w ill be conducted at the Ewell and Williamson Funeral Home Wednesday, February 11, 1953 at 2: 00 pm by the Rev E.C. SMITH, pastor of Salem Methodist Church.  Burial will be in Forest La wn Cemetery. Pallbearers: C.M. CURLING, E.J. STYRON, R.B. CAROWAN, W .G.HALL, H.A. HA LL JR and E.W. SANDERLIN.

[NI131] no children

[DI134] Name:  «tab»Evelyn N. Taplin SSN: «tab»229-30-6649 Last Residence: «tab»23464  Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach City, VA Born: «tab»14 Dec 1919 Died: «tab»4 Aug 1989 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[NI136] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Alvin E Nuckols Birth Year: 1921 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Virginia County or City: Norfolk Enlistment Date: 8 Sep 1943 Enlistment State: Virginia Enlistment City: Richmond Branch: No branch assignment Grade: 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 Education: 4 years 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: Married Height: 68 Weight: 606

[DI136] Alvin Edward Nuckols Sr., 88, of Floyd, Va., passed away Wednesday, July 29, 2009. He was a longtime, loyal member of the Floyd United Methodist Church, where he served as a Trustee; a craftsman, woodworker, and blacksmith; and a United States Army veteran of World War II. He was preceded in death by his mother, Bessie Curling Nuckols; father, Alvin Knight Nuckols; and sister, Evelyn Taplin. He is survived by his wife, Ethel Jordan Nuckols; daughter, Pamela Nuckols; son, Alvin E. Nuckols Jr.; and his pride and joys, Brooke and Ashton Williams. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. on Saturday, August 1, 2009, at the Floyd United Methodist Church with the Rev. Richard Gregory, Dr. Don Stansell, the Rev. Theo VanBleck, and the Good Samaritan Hospice Chaplain officiating. Interment will follow in the Jacksonville Cemetery with Military Honors by the Floyd VFW Post #7854 and American Legion Post #127.

[DI156] Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - March 24, 2010 Deceased Name: Nuckols, Mrs. Lelia Taylor Nuckols, Mrs. Lelia Taylor, 84, a homemaker, wife of John Thomas Nuckols Name:  «tab»Lelia T. Nuckols SSN: «tab»230-28-0647 Last Residence: «tab»23229  Richmond, Henrico, Virginia Born: «tab»14 May 1925 Died: «tab»21 Mar 2010 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[NI157] Obit of son in 1959 names mother as Annie G Kester. Groom's Name: «tab»Ashton F. Kester Groom's Birth Date: «tab»1882 Groom's Birthplace: «tab»Rocky Pt./W. Va Groom's Age: «tab»46 Bride's Name: «tab»Annie G. Nuckols Bride's Birth Date: «tab»1885 Bride's Birthplace: «tab»Petersburg, Va Bride's Age: «tab»43 Marriage Date: «tab»10 Jul 1928 Marriage Place: «tab»Norfolk, Va Groom's Father's Name: «tab»Newton Kester Groom's Mother's Name: «tab»Annie C. Kester Bride's Father's Name: «tab»J.N. Harris Bride's Mother's Name: «tab»Hattie Finch Harris 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»Widowed Bride's Previous Husband's Name: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»M01137-0 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2048493 Reference Number: «tab» Source Citation "Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRM5-ZYL : accessed 1 April 2012), Annie G. Nuckols (1928).

[DI157] Name:  «tab»Annie Kester SSN: «tab»213-74-5097 Last Residence: «tab»20801  Rockville, Montgomery, Maryland, Born: «tab»30 Sep 1884 Died: «tab»Oct 1979 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Maryland (1973)

[NI159] Name: Harry Nuckols SSN: 577-38-9479 Born: 10 Jul 1909 Died: Jul 1959 State (Year) SSN issued: District of Columbia (Before 1951 ) Washington Post July 3, 1959 H Barrett NUCKOLS. On Thursday July 2, 1959, beloved husband of Mary Meany NUCKOLS; father of Maureen C Jacobs, son of Annie G Kester; brother of Nelda D Scites, Helen V Astlin and William H NUCKOLS. Friends may ca ll at the Robert A Mattingly Funeral Home after 6 p.m. Mass at Calvary Chu rch July 6. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery

[NI160] Name:  N. L. Scites SSN: 236-05-9431 Last Residence: 25571  West Hamlin, Lincoln, West Virginia, Born: 15 May 1913 Died: 24 May 1991 State (Year) SSN issued: West Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI161] Name:  Helen V. Astlin SSN: 227-20-0910 Last Residence: 33844  Haines City, Polk, Florida, United States Born: 8 Jan 1918 Died: 16 Nov 1996 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI177] Neil Ferrari neil@ferraricpa.com to:«tab» "sandi.j.koscak@gmail.com" date:«tab» Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 10:00 PM My grandmother is Edna Brittingham Her mother was Florence Nuckols, the daughter of Henry Knight Nuckols In looking at your website, I definitely am in the clan, but not on the list If you need some info from me to fill in some holes my grandmother left a family tree Neil Ferrari, CPA Baton Rouge, La

[NI180] Enlisted as a Private on 01 August 1862 Enlisted in Company G, 4th Cavalry Regiment Virginia on 01 August 1862. Detailed on 15 May 1863 (Estimated day, detailed, Wagoner) Returned on 15 June 1863 (Estimated day) POW on 19 April 1865 at Blackstone, VA (Paroled) While surfing the Internet, and with a considerable interest in the fami ly genealogy, I came across your information on the Nuckols Regiment of Ha nover County, Virginia.  The reason I am so interested is that I fou nd an entry listed for a Thomas Nuckols of Company G.  Son of Jane Woods on and Israel Nuckols.  I think that this Thomas Nuckols is my Great-Grand father.  Do you have any additional information that you would feel comfor table sharing?  My Great Grandfather's name was Thomas Bagby Nuckol s.  He was born around 1835 or 1836 in Virginia.  All I knew from my Grand father's stories was that this Thomas Bagby Nuckols served in the Virgin ia Cavalry during the Civil War.  He was captured and paroled.  He left Virginia a number of years after the Civil War, and settled near West phalia, Kansas.  My Grandfather-Arthur Sankey Nuckols was the youngest s on of Thomas Bagby Nuckols, and the only child to be born outside of Virgi nia as the story was told to me.  This Thomas Bagby Nuckols died someti me around 1910, and is buried in a cemetery near Westphalia, Kansas.  H is wife (don't remember her name) and two sons are also buried ther e, as I recall. Thomas A. Nuckols nuckols@ruraltel.net

[XI180] 77-10-21

[NI181] Name in both marriage records Mary E Nuckols

[DI187] Richmond Times 5/27/1902 Richmond Times Mrs Mildred Nuckols, wife of Jacob W Nuckols, of Erin Shades, Henrico county, died at the Virginia Hospital at 5:30 on Sunday afternoon. Mrs Nuckols had been unwell for some three weeks. On last Wednesday, she was removed by her son, Dr Marvin E Nuckols from her home in the country to the hospital. Mrs Nuckols was in the seventieth year of her age. Before her marriage, forty-five years ago, she was a Miss Jordan, of Goochland county. During her whole married life she lived near Erin Sahdes Post Office on the border-line between Goochland and Henrico counties. Since childhood she had been a member of St Matthews Methodist Church, Henrico county. Mrs Nuckols leaves five sons, Dr M E Nuckols, H M Nuckols, H J Nuckols, C H Nuckols and O N Nuckols, the first three of whom reside in Richmond, and two daughters, Mrs R F Carden and Mrs J T St Clair both of Henrico county. Other relatives in Richmond are Mrs Sarah Osterbind, a sister, and Mrs H C Osterbind, Mrs J M Goodman and Miss Alice Clarke, nieces. The funeral will take place from the home of Mr H M Nuckols, No 9 North Third Street, at noon today and will be conducted by the Rev W B Beauchamp. The interment will in in Henrico county. Richmond Times 5/28/1902 Funeral Service The funeral of Mrs Mildred Nuckols took place at noon yesterday from the residence of Mr H M Nuckols, No 9 North Third Street. The interment was made in Henrico County.

[NI188] Notes from "The History of Virginia" have Marvin spelled with 2 Ls Douglas, William,The Douglas register : being a detailed record of births, marriages and deaths together with other interesting notes, as kept by the Rev. William Douglas, from 1750-1797 : an index of Goochland Wills : notes on the French-Hugeunot [sic] refugees who lived in Manakin-Town Richmond, Va.: J.W. Fergusson & Sons, 1928, 414  pgs. List of Subscribers to the Douglas Register Pg 410 Dr Marvin E Nuckols, Richmond, VA Dr. Nuckols traces his ancestry through paternal and maternal lines to early emigrants in Virginia from England and Scotland, being connected with the families of Gray, Woodson, Jordan and Morrison. His great-grandfather, Jacob Woodson, was a soldier of the revolution, and many men of eminen ce in the state are descendants of these emigrants. Dr. Marvin E. Nuckols was born in Henrico county, Virginia, August 2, 187 6, son of Jacob Woodson Nuckols, a farmer of Henrico county, noted for h is energy and upright honest life. He married Mildred H. Jordan, daught er of Obadiah and Jane (Morrison) Jordan. Jacob Woodson Nuckols, born Ju ly 30, 1836, died September 11, 1910, was a son of Israel and Jane (Woodso n) Nuckols. Marvin E. Nuckols spent his early life on the farm and bore thereon his full share of the farm labor. He built up a strong body and character in th is out-of-door life, that when he was transferred to the busier, more exciting scenes of life were strong bulwarks of defense against insidious attack. He obtained a good education without difficulty, passing through the public schools to Richmond High School, where he was graduated with the class of 1894. He had decided upon the medical profession and after leaving high school entered the University College of Medicine, whence he was graduated with the degree of Doctor of Medicine, 1897. He was ambulance surgeon at the City Hospital, Richmond, one year, then began private practice in that city, and there continues, a skilled, highly regarded physici an and surgeon. From 1898 to 1913 he was a teacher at the University College of Medicine, the last three years of that time professor of operative surgery.He is a member of several professional societies, Phi Chi fraternity, the Westmoreland Club; is a member of the Methodist Episcopal church and in politics a Democrat. His vacations are spent in the open air so far as possible, hunting being the form of sport he most enjoys, and the mode of relaxation most helpful. Dr. Nuckols married, June 17, 1903, Alice, daughter of George and Edmonia Dawson, granddaughter of Preston and Selina Dawson, and of Edmund C. a nd Elizabeth Christian, a descendant of Major Edmund Christian, of Creight on, Virginia. Children: Marvin Everette (2) and Edmund Christian.(Source Virginia Biographical Encyclopedia, Vol. I-V. [ History of Virginia: Va Biography, American Historical Society, Chicago and NY 1924, Vol IV of 6 volumes. Ky Hist Society 975.5 pages 220-222 MARVIN EVERETTE NUCKOLS, M. D. During a period of ,a quarter of a century Dr. Marvin Everette Nuckols has been en!{aged in the practice of medicine and surgery at Richmond, and in this time has established a reputation as a close and careful student of his calling. Doctor Nuckols was born August 2, 1876, in Henrico County, Vll'ginia, and is a Bon of Jacob 'Woodson and Mildred Hester (Jordon) Nuckols .. The Nuckols family originated in England, whence three brothers came to America prior to the Revolutionary war and settled in Colomal Virginia. Israel Nuckols the paternal grandfather of Doctor Nuckols, was born in Hanover County, Virginia, in 1796, and was engaged in farming in that county until 1849, when he moved to. Henrieo County, there passing the remainder of his life and being one of the well-to-do men of his commnnityat the time of his death in 1859. He married Jane Woodson, who was born in Goochland County, Virginia, in 1798, and died in Henrico County in: 1874. She was a daughter of Jaeob Woodson, who was born in Goochland County in 1753, and died there about 1846. He was a soldier of the Revolutionary war and an extensive farmer of his day. He married Mary Gray, also a native of Goochland County. Marvin Everette N.uckols attended the public schools of Henrico County, and following his gradution from the Richmond High School, class of 1894, enrolled as a student at the University College of Medicine, now known as the Medical College of Virginia. He was admitted to the' Phi Chi medieal . Greek letter fraternity while attending college, and was graduated with his degree of Doctor of Medicine in 1897, following which he was an interne in the City Hospital, Richmond, ambulance service, during 1897-1898. Since then he has been engaged in thepractice of his profeSsion at Richmond, having a general medieal and surgieal practice and a largeand representative clientele. His o:ftices are located in his 'modern home at No. 1614 Monument Avenue. Doctor Nuckols is an assoeiate professor in surgery in the Medical College of Virginia, and has been eonnected with the college as an instructor since 1898. He belongs to the American Medical Association, the Southern Medical Association, the Tri-State Medical Association, the Medical Society of Virginia, the Richmond Academy of Medicine and Surgery and the Richmond Surgical Society. During the World war he served as a member of the Medical Reserve Corps. Politically Doctor Nuckols is a democrat, but has no :political aspirations, being fully oceupied with the dutles of his profession. He belongs to the Centenary Methodist Episcopal Church, South. He holds membership in the Westmoreland Club and the Country Club of Virginia, both of Richmond, and is a thirty second degree Mason, belonging to Dove Lodge No. 51, A. F. and A. M.; and Dalcho Consistory No.1, S. R. M. On June 17, 1905, Doctor Nuckols was united in marriage at Richmond with Miss Alice Dawson,a daughter of George and Edmonia (Christian) Dawson, both of whom are now deceased, Mr. Dawson having formerly been a well-known attorney of Weston, West Virginia. Two children have been born to Dr. and Mrs. Nuckols: Marvin Everette, Jr., born September 15, 1905, who attended William and Mary College; and Edmund Christian, born July 29, 1909, who is attend· ing the McGuire School. Nuckols, Marvin E. (also see box 4, folder 10) 1942 (disinterred 194 5) 6 5 Nuckols, Marvin E. (also see box 6, folder 5) 1942 4 10

[DI188] L. T. Christian Funeral Home Records Nuckols, Marvin E. (also see box 4, folder10)1942 (disinterred 1945)Bx6 F-5 Nuckols, Marvin E. (also see box 6, folder 5)1942«tab»Box 4«tab»Folder 10

[XI188] Name: Dr. Marvin E. Nuckols Age: 65 Section/Lot: 28-11A DOI: Oct 24, 1945

[NI189] Nuckols, Alice Dawson (also see box 4, folder 10) 1938 (disinterred 194 5) 6 5 Nuckols, Alice Dawson (also see box 6, folder 5) 1938 4 10 The Atlanta Consitution Atlanta Georgia 29 April 1921 Mrs Christian Clark entertained Mrs Marvin Nuckols of Richmond VA

[DI189] L. T. Christian Funeral Home Records Name Nuckols, Alice Dawson (also see box 4, folder 10)1938 (disinterred 1945)6«tab»5 Nuckols, Alice Dawson (also see box 6, folder 5)«tab»1938«tab»4«tab»10

[XI189] Alice Dawson (Mrs. M E?) Nuckols, Age 61, DOI Oct 24, 1945, DOD Mar 1 1938

[NI190] Member Henrico Co Board of Supervisors in charge of county roads. Met wife at dance at Woodlawn House, Goochland Co Notable Persons of Henrico Co, VA Oscar Newton Nuckols «tab» Deceased «tab»Born: 1869 «tab»Died: 1941 «tab» Place of Birth: «tab»Henrico «tab» Gender: Male «tab»Ethnicity: Caucasian Summary A son of Jacob Woodson Nuckols and his wife Mildred Hester Jordan, Oscar Newton Nuckols was born in Henrico County, Virginia, on August 1, 1869. Oscar's father saw service in the Confederate Army, and was part of a prosperous farming family that owned large tracts of land in the Short Pump area of western Henrico. As records show each of Jacob's children received some schooling, education was evidently important to the family. Oscar, one of the younger sons, obtained and farmed his own land, married Irene Clopton Nuckols (1875-1957) of neighboring Goochland County around 1895, and raised a large family. By 1910, his extended household included his father and stepmother, as well as a sister and and a nurse. He was one of a group of farmers "who directed the work of keeping up the county roads" for seventeen years. Nuckols was elected to the Henrico County Board of Supervisors from the Tuckahoe District in 1912 and served from 1912 to 1934. He held the position of Chair in 1933 and the early part of 1934, when the County Manager form of government was initiated. He retired from the board at that time. Oscar N. Nuckols died in Henrico County on February 6, 1941, and his buried in Riverview Cemetery, Richmond, Va. Source-Henrico County Historical Society. "Past Preservation--Nuckols House--Three Chopt."http://www.henricohistoricalsociety.org/pastpreservation.nuckolshouse.threechopt.html (accessed October 10, 2011); 1880, 1910, 1920 U.S. Census; Rootsweb. "Oscar Newton Nuckols." http://tinyurl.com/c98bybk (accessed December 27, 2011); Richmond Times-Dispatch, 2/7/1941.

[DI190] Feb 6, 1941 O N Nuckols Dies at 71 in Henrico Funeral services for Oscar N Nuckols, 71, former member of the Henrico County Board of Supervisors, who died early Thursday at his home at Short Pump will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the residence. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery Mr Nuckols who was a well known farmer in this section was a son of the late Jacob Woodson Nuckols and Mildred Hester Jordan Nuckols. He was born August 1 1869 in Henrico County. As a youth he attended the county schools. He was for 17 years one of the group of Henrico County farmers who directed the work of keeping up the county roads. He later became a member of the board of supervisors and served for 23 years. He retired from membership on the board when the managerial form of government was adopted several years ago. For the past 49 years, he has been a member of the board of stewards of the Shady Grove Methodist Church. Surviving are his wife Mrs irene Nuckols, three sons, Forest, Carlyle and Graham Nuckols, a daughter Mrs Guelda Dabney a brother Dr marvin E Nuckols, and five grandchildren.

[NI191] Nuckols, Marvin E., Jr. 1969 29 12

[HI191] (Research):  «tab» Name: Marvin Nuckols Birth Date: 15 September 1905 Death Date: April 1969 Issuing State: Virginia Residence at Death: Richmond,Henrico,Virginia 23230 SSN: 224-42-7409

[DI191] L. T. Christian Funeral Home Records Nuckols, Marvin E., Jr.«tab»1969«tab»Bx29«tab»Folder12

[XI191] Name: Marvin E. Nuckols Age: 63 Section/Lot: 28-11A DOI: April 9, 1969

[DI192] L. T. Christian Funeral Home Records Nuckols, Edmund C.«tab»1964«tab»Box24«tab»Folder16 Name: Edmund Nuckols SSN: 712-18-8960 Born: 29 Jul 1910 Died: Jun 1964 State (Year) SSN issued: Railroad Board (Issued Through) (1951-1963 )

[NI195] Will Of Samuel Nuckols Book 29, Page 333-Goochland Co, VA In the name of God, Amen. I Samuel Nuckols of the County of Goochland being in a low state of health, but of perfect mind and memory. Thanks be unto God, do constitute & ordain this my last Will and Testament, revoking all other Wills heretofore made by me-. first- I commit my soul to God and my body to be decently buried by friends - My will and desire is all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid ~ Item. I give to my daughter Nancy Nuckols the Lot of Land she now liv es on suppose to be about eight acres, be the same more or less with the liberty of getting fire wood of the track of land called Bibs track and rails sufficient to keep her lot of land inclosed to her and her heirs forever on account of her kindness and fidelity to me, also the little Negro girl she now has in possession  by the name of Eliza I wish no reserve made as my daughter has had the trouble of raising her I also give the said Eliza to my daughter Nancy to her and her heirs forever. Item - My track of land I now live on, also the tract in Hanover except the lot hereto giving to my daughter Nancy, I wish to be sold by my executors on the folling terms, one third in cash, the balance in two equal annual payments the money arising from such sales to be applied in the manor hereafter directed. Item - as I have heretofore giving my son Andrew K. Nuckols a Negro girl name Betsy suppose to be worth twenty four pounds, also I give my daughters Elizabeth G. Wilkerson a Negro boy by the name of Austin suppose to be worth fifty pounds. I also give my son Jonathan Nuckols a Negro girl name Mariah suppose to be worth twenty four pounds. Now my wish and desire that Andrew K. Nuckols, Elizabeth G. Wilkerson and my son Jonnathan Nuckols widow Elizabeth Nuckols should have nothing more of my estate until the rest of my children William, Nathaniel, James, David, Israel Nuckols and my daughter Polly Crutchfield and Nancy Nuckols be made equal to the property I have g iving them - my wish and desire this balance of my Negroes not giving away I wish to be sold by my executors the money arising from such sales bef ore mention first to be applied to my just debts and the balance to be equally divided between all of my children, also the balance of my property Horses, Cattle and stock of Every kind I wish to be sold and all my household and kitching furniture, plantations utensils except one feather Bed and furniture I give to my son David Nuckols or whatever it may sell for. I wish to be sold and the money arsing from such sales to equally divided among all my children. I have sore divided my estate as to make my children all as near equal as I well can having a due respect for all of my children. Lastly, I constitute and appoint my friends Benj. Nuckols and Joseph Nuckols - to this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand and fixed my seal this the thirteen day of March in the ye ar of our Lord one thousand eight hundred & thirty two. Sign and seal mark in the presants of Samuel x Nuckols seal George Dugging. his Wm. Ford Jr Robert Dugging Codicil to this my last Will and testament dated the fourteenth day of March one thousand eight hundred and thirty two. It is my meaning will and desire that my son William, Nathanel David James and Isarel Nuckols and my Daughter. Polly Crutchfield and my daughter Nancy Nuckols furst receive the amount that I have giving to Andrew K., Jonnathan and my daughter, Elizabeth Wilkerson before there is a division, then it is my wish after all my debts is paid I wish the balance of my estate be equally divided among all my children, whereunto I set my hand and fix my seal the date above written mark Sign in the presants of Samuel x Nuckols  seal George Dugging his Wm. Ford Jr. Robert Dugging At a court held for Goochland County 21st May 1832. This Writing was presented in court and together with the Codicil there to annexed proved by the oaths of George Duggins William Ford Jr & Robert Dugging to be the last will and Testament of Samuel Nuckols dec'd. a nd ordered to be recorded. Then Benjamin Nuckols and Joseph Nuckols the ex ecutors named in the said Will appeared in court. and formally and solemnly renounces this right as executors and refused to qualify as such. And thereupon, on the motion of Nathaniel Nuckols who made oath according to law, and together with Paul T. Doswell & Israel Nuckols his securitees enter into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of $5000. Conditioned as the law directs: Certificate was granted the said Nathaniel Nuckols for obt aining letters of administration on the said decedent's estate with his will aforesaid annexed in due form. Teste Naile Miller Goochland Co, VA 16 Sept. 1833  Estate of Samuel Nuckols  dec Nathaniel Nuckols, executor.  Mentions Andrew, Jonathon and Elizabeth G. Wilkerson and seven others (not by name), implies that they are children of Samuel. Bk 29 p436 23 July 1832 Estate Inventory for Samuel Nuckols In a letter dated 3 April 1788, Samuel Nuckols wrote to George Dabney transferring an obligation of six pounds. There is a copy of resolutions of U. S. Congress, dated 17 July 1788, concerning bounties for Virginia soldiers south of the Ohio River, which nullified claims north of that river. In a letter dated 23 July 1788, George Dabney explained the status of and interest on a bond to General Nelson. There are additional business papers, mostly concerned with debts and notes. There are business papers dated 1789 involving George and Charles Richmond Enquirer 5-29-1832 Vol XXIX  Pg 1 Notice- By virtue of the last will and Testament of Samuel Nuckols, deceased, the subscriber will proceed to sell to the highest bidder on the premises, on Thursday the 26th day of July next, if fair, if not the next fair day, all the estate of said decedent, both real and personal, on the following terms, to wit: the land which lies partly in Goochland and partly in Hanover counties, and contains about 400 acres, one third of the purhase money to be paid in cash, and the balance in two equal annual paymen ts, approved personal security and a deed in trust on the land to secure the two last payments. The personal estate, consisting of six likely young negroes, horses, cattle, sheep and hogs, plantation utensils, household, etc, on the following terms, to wit: Six months credit for all sums above five dollars, bonds with approved security; for five dollars and under cash will be required, by Nathaniel NUCKOLLS, Adm;r de bonis non. All persons having claims against the estate are requested to bring them forward that due arrangements may be made for settlement; all persons indebted to the estate are requested to come forward and make immediate payment.  N.N. May 29 1832 Richmond Enquirer 3-18-1834 Vol XXX Issue 103 pg 2 Notice- All persons having claims against the estate of Samuel Nuckols, de c'd, are desired to bring then in for immediate settlement- This notice will be plead in bar, if not attended to. Nathaniel Nuckolls, Administrator, with the will annexed of S. Nuckols, dec'd. Richmond Enquirer 6/12/1832 Notice- By virtue of the last will and testament of Samuel Nuckols, deceased, the subscriber will proceed to sell to the highest bidder on the preme sis, on Thursday, the 26thof July next, if fair, if not the next fair day, all the estate of said decedent, both real and personal, on the following terms, to wit: the land which lies partly in Goochland and partly in Hanover counties, and contains about 400 acres, one third of the purchase money to be paid in cash, and the balance in two equal annual payments, approved personal security and a deed in trust on the land to secure the last two payments. The personal estate, consisting of six likely young negroes, horses, cattle, sheep and hogs, plantation utensils, household, & con the following terms, to wit: six months credit for all sums above five dollars, bonds with approved security; for five dollars and under cash will be required by  NATHANIEL NUCKOLS, Admr de bonis non.

[NI196] Possibly living with grandson Edmund, son of Anderw Knight in Ross Co, Pai nt Ohio, female aged 70-80 years old.

[NI200] War of 1812 Pvt 4 REG'T CAV. (JULY-OCT., 1814,) VIRGINIA MIL.

[NI201] Goochland Co, VA Bk 29 p283  Indenture  6 Dec 1831   William B.(H?) Nuckols who owes Willi am A. Deitrick $30.14, agrees to sell his interest in his father Thomas Nu ckols' estate if the debt is not paid by 1 Mar 1832 to Dr. Joseph Mosby (w ho guarantees the debt will be paid).  Witnesses, A.S. Deitrick, Price Fra yzer and Edward T. Nuckols . 2 Oct 1832 Book Number 2..?.. page 423 This indenture made this 2nd day of October in the year of our Lord 1832 b etween William H Nuckols of the County of Goochland of the first part, a nd William A Deitrick of the said County of the second part witnesseth th at he the said William H Nuckols for and in consideration of the sum of o ne hundred fifty seven dollars in Hand paid by the said William A Deitri ck the receipt whereof he the said William H Nuckols hereby acknowledge s, hath granted, bargained, sold and conveyed, and by these presents du th grant, bargain, sell and convey to him and said William A Deitrick h is heirs and assigns forever, all the the right, title and interest of h im and the said William H Nuckols in the Estate of his Father Thomas Nucko ls, dec'd, and he the said William H Nuckols the aforesaid interest, rig ht and title in said estate to him the said William A Dietrick his heir s. Exec..Adm... and asigns against the calim and demand of him the said Wi lliam H Nuckols his heirs for and against the claim and demand of all a nd every other person and persons whatsoever shall and will by these prese nts warrant and forever defend. In witness thereof the said William H Nuck ols hath herunto set his hand and affixed his seal the day and year fir st herein written. 1860 Household was living Mary Cocke age 25

[NI202] Nathaniel appears in the First Virginia Nuckolls & Kindred Book II on page 92 number 115 Goochland Co, VA Bk 30 p147 15 Sept. 1834 Indenture from Nathaniel Nuckols, adm. of the will or estate of  Samuel Nuckols dec. to William Duke, 269 and 1/2 ac., lands adjoining lands of Charles Ford and Charles Nuckols for $345.86. Bk 30 p148 15 Sept 1834  Same as above, but a few words changed, this indenture reflects those changes. Nathaniel Nuckols transformed into Nathan Nuckles when he migrated to Albemarle...he served in the War of 1812 with Reuben and other cousins from Louisa. Although not proven this is the same Nathaniel who married Ann Jones, it is the only Nathaniel who spelled his name with one "L" in this time period. Evidence used to support he was the father of George and Richard: All of the Nuckols were originally from Hanover,  and Louisa Co.  They mig rated to the other counties from these 2.  In 1820 I have every census rec ord from every Nuckols, Nuckolls, Nickols, Nuckles, etc from both of the se counties.  As I find them in the database, I cross them off of my cens us book record with a yellow highliter.  This means it was verifed for  SURE the family and the children and the location.  The ONLY one not crossed off with my highlighter for 1820 is Nathaniel Nuckols, Hanover Co, pg5 9.  The children in his household confirm that George and Richard were in the age brackets to be his children. The only thing that worries me is that neither named children Nathaniel. But then that is not always a hard fast rule, just sometimes common practice. strong circumstancial evidence. We have enough to support a very strong theory. 1. letter from Silas to Richard (cousins) saying their fathers were brothe rs. 2. Richard and George in census records 1840 Albemarle Co, VA 3. George and Nathaniel in Amherst Co, VA 1850 (Richard in Campbell Co) 4. All familes accounted for in 1820 Census except for Nathaniel 5. Known fact that Nathaniel changed the spelling from Nuckols to Nuckles when he left Hanover Co, VA (Richard kept Nuckols, George took Nuckles) 6. 1820 census for nathaniel shows age 1776-1794 and Nathaniel was born c1789. (verified in the 1850 census)

[NI204] Descendants of David Knight were provided by Judy Lowe, Nuckolls Society M ember. The information is from the Benjamin Knight Nuckols Bible

[DI204] Barren Co KY Will Book5 , p. 286. Date Written: 20 Mar 1866 Date Probated: 16 Mar 1874 Names cited: David and Benj K. Nuckols. Appears to be a deed of gift in li eu of a will. Witnesses: Benjamin Peden and A B Williams.

[DI207] On one of the children I have a note 'page 5.'  Have no idea of what th at  is!   As I recall there are at least six documents donated by the Nuckols  families to the Virginia Library. Hanover County, account of the debts and outstanding demands against the e state of Hardin D. Nuckols, 25 Sep 1879. Will in Book 5, pp. 224-26.5. Hughes, Thomas P. and Standefer, Jevel B.. GOOCHLAND COUNTY VIRGINIA MA RRIAGE BONDS AND MINISTERS' RETURNS 1816-1854. Memphis, Tennessee: Thomas P. Hughes, Jr., 4 140 Chanwil Avenue. Page 73. 6. Hanover County Assignment of Dower Right to "Fanny" Nuckols, Deed Bo ok 11, pp 546-50. This 1856 Hanover County will was transcribed by Clarence NUCKOLS, a descendant, from a copy of the original made by his sister-in-law Carrol NUCKOL S. THE LAST WILL OF REUBEN J. NUCKOLS In the name of God, I Reuben J. Nuckols of Hanover do make this my last wi ll and testament revoking all wills heretofore made by me. My first and pr incipal wish is to provide for my faithful and affectionate life, and thin king will be best for her comfort I leave to her in fee simple, my man Ste pney and his wife Eliza ma?? their child Joshua and the girl Susan, one th ousand dollars in money, my buggy and any art of my household furniture s he may choose to have.The money is to be a portion of the debt due me fr om Isham Woodson, secured by deed of trust and is to ???? interest in h is favor from my death. I wish my landed estate in the County of Hanov er on a part of which I live, on another part of which my son Hardin live s, and on the other part of which my son in law William H. Nuckols liv es to be divided by the following line beginning at the South Anna Riv er at the point where my uppermost dike comes off to the hill, with that d ike to the hill, thence by a straight line to the spreading White Oak tre e. On the Mill Road at the foot of the hill beyond my barn thence up the r oad to the Honey Locust tree on this the south side of the same road ju st ab?? the corner of the wood, thence due south to the canal of the mil l, thence up the canal to the present line fence between my son and s on in law, thence with that fence across the canal and creek and with sa id fence to a point from which the shortest line through to the County Ro ad will cut off twelve acres of wood land to the upper tract and by that l ine to the County Road.  The upper portion of this land I give to my daugh ter Eliza S. Nuckols and her heirs and the lower portion of this land I gi ve to my son Hardin and his heirs.  My son Hardin and his heirs and assig ns are at all future times to have the privilege to enter upon the upper t ract in who soever hands it may be, and to take thereon in a reasonable ma nner the necessary earth and to maintain and repair the said canal and al so to use and enjoy the road through the same as now used by me. I give to my Granddaughter  Louisa Ann Nuckols, five hundred dolla rs to be paid as soon as it can be collected out of the sale of my perisha ble property.  All the rest and residue of my estate kind ???? is to be di vided in the following manner, one half I give to my son Hardin, one fif th I give to my Grandson Benjamin F. Cocke and the remainder I gi ve to my daughter Eliza S. Nuckols.  The Negro must not be sold and I enjo in it on my family hereafter to respect my feelings in this matter as f ar as possible.  I wish my Negro divided by families if possible.  I wi sh my old man Charles to go to my son Hardin with the mill.  My brother Jo seph and my friends George W. Doswell and Charles W. Dabney I wish to appr aise and divide my Negro and I wish the lots of the Negro to be made equ al if necessary out of the money and perishable property.  I appoint my s on Hardin executor of my will and desire that he may not be required to gi ve security and wish that there may be no appraisment of my estate.  In te stimony of all which I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal th is 21st day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundr ed and fifty six. Reuben Nuckols Signed Sealed Published and declared as and for the last will and testame nt of Ruben Nuckols in the presence of us who subscribe the same in his presence and in the pr esence of each other Joseph Nuckols C. W. Dabney At a Circuit Court held for Hanover County at the Courthouse on Monday t he 10th day of March 1856.  This last will and testament of Ruben Nuckol s, deceased, was proved by the oaths of Joseph Nuckols and C. W. Dabney pa rties thereto and is ordered to be recorde d. Teste ?? T. H. Pollland, clerk BOND MADE BY HARDEN DUKE NUCKOLS TO SETTLE ESTATE OF HIS FATHER--REUBEN NU CKOLS Know all men by these presents, that I Hardin D. Nuckols am held and firm ly bound unto the Commonwealth of Virginia, in the just and full sum of tw enty thousand dollars to the payment where of will and truly to be ma de we bind our selves, our heirs, Executors and administrators jointly a nd severally firmly by these presents, sealed with our seals and dated th is 10th day March 1856. The condition of the above obligation is such th at if the said Hardin D. Nuckols Executor of the will and testament of Rue ben Nuckols deceased, shall faithfully discharge the duties of his said of fice as according to law then the above obligation to be void. Otherwi se to remain in full force and virtue. Signed Sealed and acknowledge by all the obligors in the presence of Hard in D. Nuckols Seal At a Circuit Count held for Hanover County, at the Courthouse on Friday t he 10th of March 1856. This bond was acknowledged by Hardin D. Nuckols par ties thereto and is ordered to be recorded. Teste Wm. J. H. Pollard, Clerk Truly Recorded Teste Wm O. W????? D. C.

[NI208] 1850 Census shows age 60

[NI209] This will was transcribed by Clarence C. Nuckols, a descendant, from a co py of the original at Hanover County Courthouse Va. Will and Deed Book 6 P age 14 Sept. The 14th 1881 This is my last will revoking all others I have heretofore made. Aft er my death I wish my son William B. Cocke, or his heirs to have five hund red dollars of my estate.  It will not make him equal with Julian in wh at came by me, because  Julian had all of Andys part of the land.  Ben h ad a third part before Andy was killed, and all that mother left me went i nto Julians hands but I wish him to have the most because he has taken ca re of me and been very kind, I therefore wish him to have everything el se I have to do with it, just as he pleases, as long as he lives.  After h is death, I want it equally divided between his four children, Claren ce P, Mary O, Willie A and Ada B. Nuckols.  Should Bell be the longest liv er I wish her to remain here and have the full management of everything ju st as she does now, so long as she remains Julians widow.  Should the land be divided, I wish her to remain with t he child that has the house tract, and to be well provided for, so lo ng as she remains Julians widow.  Should she marry again, it will then a ll be the childrens, this is my wish. Eliza S. Nuckols Robert W, Toler W. A. Woodson Virginia, In Hanover County Court Feby 21st 1883 A writing proporting to be the last will and testament of Eliza S. Nucko ls deceased, was this day produced to this Court and was fully proved by t he oaths of Robert W. Toler and W. A. Woodson the subscribing witnesses th ereto, and was thereupon ordered to be recorded as the true last will a nd testament of the said Eliza S. Nuckols deceased in due form.      Teste      John R. Taylor  clerk

[DI209] Name: «tab»E. S. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»08 Nov 1882 Death Place: «tab»Ashland, Hanover, Virginia Age: «tab»78 Birth Date: «tab»1804 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»R. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»M. Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07003-9 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2056984 Reference Number: «tab»e Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRQ8-KM6 : accessed 18 April 2012), E. S. Nuckols (1804).

[DI210] Family Bible in Virginia State Archives, Account Number 23825 appea rs to be  written by Cecelia Bootwright, wife of Oswald NUCKOLS.  "Died on the 7th of  January early in night--our Beloved Father & Father in law, Rev. Hardin  Duke NUCKOLS after a lingering illness in the 81st year of his age, his remains were placed at his desire at his home Ridge Hill, Hanover Co. VA  where he died on the South Anna River." I had heard that Oswald lived in Hardin's house.  There was some kind of  mess in settling the esta te with Harden's second wife Frances Duvall.  It  appeared that Frances was not involved in his last illness and  daughter-in-law was caretaker.

[XI210] The home on Vontay Rd. in Hanover County that I took a picture of in the spring of 1999 and scanned and sent to some of my Nuckols relatives and friends was not the home of Harden Duke Nuckols as I had thought.  When I was there last year and stopped at the house there was no one home, I inquired at the house just west of it and was told that Hardin's house was next door.  I just returned from another visit to the area and stopped at wh at I thought was Harden's house and the man living there said the house was built about fifty years ago and he had owned it for twenty some year s.  He said that Harden Duke Nuckols place was two driveways east of his place.  My sister-in-law Carrol and I went there and met Frances Nuckols,  he wife of George Henry Nuckols.  Frances confirmed that was where Harden 's house had been and the property had passed on down to Pettus H. Nuckols and now belongs to her husband, the Grandson of Pettus H. Nuckols.  We saw the fenced in cemetery plot out back with tombstones and one large cement tomb.  The plot is overgrown with poison ivy so we were unable to photograph any names. Harden Duke Nuckols is buried in an above ground vault in back of the house  that his great grandson George Henry Nuckols lives in on Vontay Road.  If you  are traveling west on Pouncy Tract Road and shortly after Pouncy Tract Rd.  becomes Vontay Rd. you will see George Henry Nuckols house on the right as  the road heads up a slight hill.  It is just a little farther to my Aunt  Myrtle's house (Springfield Farm) which is on the l eft hand side of Vontay  Rd. and across the road on the right in the woods is the burial site of  Reuben Julian Nuckols, Clarence P. Nuckols, Olivia Nuckols and a few others Clarence Nuckols SHIRLNUC@aol.com

[HI212] (Research):Notes from Ardath Edwards say his middle name was HARDIN

[NI213] Goochland Co, BA Bk23 p140  14 Jan 1818 Indenture  Reuben Nuckols guardian of Ann Nuckols, John Nuckols guardian of his children, William Nuckols guardian of his Dau. (Susanna), Andrew Nuckols for himself and as agent of  Pouncy Nuckols Jr., Joseph Nuckols as agent of William Nuckols of State of Ky. ,Timothy Swift, and Susan Nuckols, widow and relict of Pouncy Nuckols dec ., grant and sell to Joseph Nuckols and Benjamin Cocke Jr. for $2665 the Nuckols Mill Tract.  Witnesses, Spotswood Childress, James ?, William A Nuckols.

[NI214] Doris Dell Notes I now FEEL that Betty is the child of William's first marriage and a fu ll sister to Thomas.  There are several small things that lead me to fe ll this way.  She just does not fit in with Pouncey and to other boys.  No tice that she and her husband William Childress receive land earlier...Wil liam appears as a land owner in the deeds William made to the other kids.

[DI215] 5 Oct 1814 Will of Thomas Nuckols (son of William,b.1710),mentions wife, daughters, Polly, Patsy, Nancy, Frank. Sons, Josiah, Charly, William Henry, and son Thomas as executor. 20pds "a peace" and states youngest son is not yet of age. Witnesses, Charles Nuckols, William Sandress, and Nathan Nuckols. Will presented 20 Feb 1815  Bk 21 p695.

[NI217] 1814 WILL OF WILLIAM NUCKOLS JUNIOR  WHO MARRIED ELIZABETH WOODY Bk21 p545  20 Jan 1814 Goochland Co, VA In the name of God Amen, I, William NUCKOLS Senr of the County of Goochlan d, being weak of body, but of a sound mind and disposing memory, thanks be to God do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament. First:  I commend my soul to God, and my body to be decently buried.  My will and desire is that all my just debts and funeral expenses be paid. Item:  I give and bequeath to my son Benjamin NUCKOLS the land where on I now live, he paying into my Estate two hundred and fifty dollars to be distributed as hereafter mentioned, to him and his heirs forever, and whereas I am owing my son Benjamin money for services rendered, my desire is that no interest be paid on the same owing.  I have furnished him from time to time with working apparel, which I conceive to be condensation for the interest of said money. Item:  I give and bequeath to my two single daughters, Frankey [Frances] and Patsey [Martha] Mourning NUCKOLS to each of them twenty dollars annually during their single life, also one bed and furniture to each of them. I give to my grandson, Thomas NUCKOLS, twenty dollars and one bed and furniture to him and his heirs forever. My will and desire is that my two single daughters before mentioned and my Grandson Thomas NUCKOLS and my son-in-law Nelson Sanders [wife Mary] be made each of them equal in value to either of my daughters [Elizabeth] Cocke, [Jane] Ellis, in respect to the Negroes I give them.  The balance of my estate I desire to be equally divided between my two single daughters before mentioned and my daughter Ellis and Daughter Cocke and my grandson Thomas NUCKOLS and my son-in-law Nelson Sanders to them and their heirs forever. Item:  I give my friend, Reuben Ford [minister of the Goochland Baptist Ch urch,] twenty Dollars (carried on,) me daughters who married [Miss] Vaughan and my two sons John and William NUCKOLS.  I have heretofore given them their  portions and have now so divided the estate, I now posses, as to make them all as nearly equal as I well can having a due respect for all my children. Lastly, I appoint my son Benjamin NUCKOLS and my son-in-law Ben Cocke executors of this my last will and testament.  In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 30th day of January, 1814. William NUCKOLS Signed, Sealed and Pronounced in presence of us Teste Pouncy NUCKOLS [brother] David A. Woodward Pouncy NUCKOLS Jr [nephew] Charles (X) NUCKOLS [brother] At a quarterly session, Court held for Goochland County at the Courthouse on Monday the 21st day of March, 1814.  This writing was presented in Court and proven by the oaths of Pouncy NUCKOLS, Pouncy NUCKOLS Jr. to be the last will and testament of William Nuckols Dec'd.  and ordered to be recorded.  Then on the motion of Benjamin NUCKOLS and Benjamin Cocke Jr. T he Executors therein named who made oath according to law and with Thomas Peers and John Watkins their securities entered into and acknowledged a bond in penalty of six thousand dollars conditioned according to lay, probated thereof was granted them in due form. Teste   W. Miller CGC Recorded Deed Book 21, Page 545 A Copy Teste:  Margaret V. Henley, Deputy Clerk, Goochland Circuit Court Comment by Dori Dell:  [Brackets ] have been used for clarification and are not part of the original will.  The daughter who married Vaughn will be carried as Miss Nuckols until she can be identified. Consider that the grandson Thomas may be the Thomas being carried as a son. The Thomas NUCKOLS in Barren County, Kentucky may be this person.  Recall Pouncey JR. married Martha Pasty Mourning Nuckols who died before he migrated to Kentucky.

[NI219] Charles appears in the First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred Book II on pa ge 56 number 26. Deed from William Nuckols to his son Charles, 8 February 1776, Goochland C ounty, Virginia, Deed Book 11, pages 90-92. Transcribed by Billie W. Etli ng 1 August 1999. This Indenture made the Eighth day of February in the year of our Lord O ne thousand seven hundred and seventy six between William Nuckolls Sen r. of the County of Goochland, of the one part, and Charles Nuckolls his S on of the Said County of the Other part Witnesseth that the said William N uckolls for and in Consideration of the sum of One hundred pounds curre nt money of Virginia to him in hand paid before the ensealing and delive ry of these presents the receipt whereof he doth hereby acknowledge hath g iven, granted, Bargained, sold, aliened, enforced, Confirmed, and made ove r, and by these presents for himself his Heirs and Successors, doth give g rant, Bargain, Sell, alien, enforce, Confirm and make over, unto his son C harles Nuckolls, one Certain tract or parcel of Land Lying and being in t he County aforesaid On the branches of Tucahoe Creek, Containing One hundr ed and sixteen Acres, and is bounded as followeth Viz. Beginning at Willi am Childers's corner Hicory and run thence South eighty seven degrees We st forty Eight poles to a stake in the field being a Corner between him t he Said Charles and his Brother Pouncey Nuckolls, then South three degre es west One hundred poles to a black Oak in John Webbers line, then Nor th seventy six East one hundred poles to a Corner red Oak near the meeti ng House then South two degrees East seventy Eight poles to a red Oak in C ornelius Harris his line and William Nuckolls's Corner then South eighty E ast along William Nuckolls's dividing line Eighty eight poles to a red O ak in the said line, then North eighty poles to the Beginning which Said T ract of Land is part of a greater containing five hundred and sixty sev en Acres being the same whereon the said William Nuckolls now lives. Wi th all Houses, Orchards, Gardens fences, and all the Estate, Right, Tit le use and property of me William Nuckolls, my Heirs and assigns of or un to the premises and the Reversion and Reversions, Remainder and Remainder s, of or unto the premises, With their and every of their appurtenance s. To have and to Hold possess and enjoy the Said tract or parcel of La nd be the same more or less according to the bounds aforesaid, and all oth er the before granted premises With their and every of their appurtenanc es unto the said Charles Nuckolls his heirs and assigns to the only use a nd behoof of him the said Charles Nuckolls his Heirs and assigns foreve r. Provided nevertheless and it is hereby to be understood as the plain me aning and tru Interpretation of this Instrument of writing as an Indentu re that I the said William Nuckolls is to have free Liberty to Occupy a nd use the said tract of one hundred and sixteen Acres of Land before gran ted for and during the Term of my Natural life, and from and after my dece ase the same to desend to my Son Charles to the only use of him my son Cha rles his heirs and assigns forever, and I the said Wm. Nuckolls doth here by Covenant and agree for myself, my heirs, Executors and Administrators t hat I will Warrant the said Land, and every part thereof and all Other t he before granted premises With and Singular the appurtenances thereunto b elonging unto the Said Charles Nuckolls and his heirs and assigns, again st me the said Wm. Nuckolls and my Heirs, and all Claiming or to Claim Rig ht by from or under me them or any of them have or shall pretend to ha ve I will warrant and forever defend by virtue of these presents. In Witne ss whereof I have hereunto put my hand and Seal the day and year above wri tten. NB Interlineation Viz to a red Oak, of land, and me were written before as signed. Signed Sealed and delivered} William Nuckolls Seal in the presence of.................} John Martin William Nuckols Thomas Nuckols Memorandum that quiet and peaceable possession of the Lands and premises w ithin mentioned was Given by William Nuckolls the father of one of the par ties within mentioned unto Charles Nuckolls his Son the Other party with in mentioned the day and year within Written. In Witness whereof the Sa id Wm. Nuckolls hath hereunto set his hand and Seal Signed Sealed and delivered} William Nuckolls Seal in the presence of.................} John Martin William Nuckolls Thomas Nuckols Rec'd the Eighth day of February in the year One thousand seven hundred a nd seventy Six of Charles Nuckolls One hundred pounds Currernt money of Vi rginia being the Consideration money within mentioned. I say Rec'd by me W illiam Nuckolls. John Martin William Nuckolls Thomas Nuckols At a Court held for Goochland County Febry the 19th 1776. William Nuckol ls acknowledged this deed with the livery of seizin and receipt endors ed to be his acts and deeds which were ordered to be Recorded. Teste. VAL Wood Cl Cur Note by transcriber. The name William Childers is written as spelled in t he deed, this is believed to refer to the William Childress, son-in-l aw of William Nuckolls. Some of the sons of William dropped one of the "L "s in the surname and you can see the recorder did get confused as two oth er sons witnessed this deed of the father. (In the sentence in which the granting of the land of William Nuckol ls to his son Charles is described as: have given, granted, bargain, alie n, etc. I transcribed the word "enfoeff" as enforce. That is incorrect, t he word is exactly as it was spelled "enfoeff" and in The Random House Dic tionary of the English Language, The Unabridged Edition, copyright 1967 t he definitions are given as "1) to invest with a freehold estate in lan d, and 2) to give as a fief". ) Doris Dell's "working hypothesis." 1) Charles the son of William is b. abt 1753, brother to Pouncy Sr., Willi am Knight, Samuel and half brother Thomas.  The children of the brothers a nd their lines are well known as are the grandchildren (Joseph, son of Pou ncy Sr. was the last holdout!) tho' the grandchildren are mostly born t oo late anyway to be of consideration here. He marries Mary Hicks in 1775  Late r, after 1800 he marries Frances Ann Jordan. 2) Obediah is b. 1776, perfect timing for the marriage with Hicks listed a bove.  He marries Eliz. Willis in 1801 in Goochland Co. 3) Nelson is b. 1783 and marries Polly Reddy in 1811.  He is surety to Ove rton (his brother?) and Nathaniel (son of Samuel). 4) Overton b.? marries Agnes Going also in 1811 within 2 months of Nelson 's marriage.  He is surety to Thomas (son of William Knight) and Nancy Nuc kols (Dau. of Samuel, sister to Nathaniel). Overton is a coomon surname o pf this area in Virginia into which the Nuckols familiy married. 5) Also, there is the connection with the Childress family.  Jonathon, s on of Samuel marries Elizabeth Childress, Daughter of William.  Benjami n, son of William Knight marries Eliz. Toler. The surety is Spotswood Chil dress who is also surety for Obediah when he marries. The witness for t he marriage of John (son of William Knight) and Elizabeth Nuckols is Richa rd Childress. Again, Obediah is right there with the rest of this family. 6) There is room here for female children who we know nothing about as we ll as other males.  Despite high infant mortality everywhere most of the N uckols children tended to live into adulthood. 7)Nelson and Obediah served in the War of 1812, Obediah with at least t wo other Nuckols of his generation and grandchildren of William the Patrio t. 8) All of this is occurring in Goochland Co., the stronghold of the 1L Nuc kols until early in the 19th century when they all get married and beg in to migrate to all parts of the country and many to KY. I've gone back over the children of William the Patriot and find no one el se to place these children with except Charles.  If William had another s on I think we would know as his history is well known from land records a nd his will as well as other documents signed between or witnessed by h is sons.  I don't believe that Nelson, Overton or Obediah are 2Ls as the ir connection is too close to William and his descendents physically and o therwise and the 2 branches of the family had little contact with each oth er in those days anyway Is this Charles? Charles Nuckles            21  Apr 1785 Montgomery County VA  900 a.  On both sides of Cripple creek a branch of N ew River adjoining Jones's lines Grants No. O, p. 580

[NI220] The Douglas Register, 1750-1797 Births, Marrriages and deaths, by Willi am Douglas, Richmond Va J W Ferguson & Sons, 1928 Pg 227 Richard Johnson and Ann Nuckols a son named William born ----1765 B aptized 1/1/1766 pg 72 Richard Johnson and Ann Nuckols a daughter Jean born 4/10/1767 Baptized 5/ 23/1767 pg 77 Richard Johnson and Ann Nuckols, a son named Nichols born 5/17/1769 Baptiz ed  Juen 3 1769 pg 84 Richard Johnson and Ann Nichols 2 children christened viz- baptized 3/6/17 74 pg 95 Richard Johnson and Ann Nichols a child Rhoda born 6/1782 Baptized 11/3/17 82 pg 108

[HI221] (Research):My connection to the line of William the Patriot Nuckols is:      Mary Ann (Polly) Nuckols b. 1754  and William Harlow and their children were as follows: Brice Harlow, Martha Harlow, Willey Harlow, Matilda Harlow and Thomas H. Harlow.   The question is which William Harlow did Mary Nuckols  marry?  Thomas H. was born in 1804 or 1805.  Most of the information online has Mary  married to William Harlow b. 1733 and he died in 1772 which would make it impossible for him to be the father of Thomas H. ( the direct line I am related to).     If you have any information that might help me it would truly be appreciated.   My family is as follows: My grandfather was James Samuel Harlow: b. 1884 Washington VA   (w: Rachel Lytz) ggrandfather: Elbert M. Harlow: b. 1860 Washington VA   (w. Nancy V. Cunningham) gggrandfather: John W. Harlow b. 1832                            (w. Harriet Gobble) ggggrandfather: Thomas Harlow b. 1805                           (w. Louisa Jane Price) I have a Marriage Record for John W. Harlow which states his parents are Thomas Harlow and Louisa (Jane) Price Harlow.  Records for Jane Price list her parents as John Price & Sarah (Sally) Munday I have records (marriage)  listing Thomas Harlow's  parents as William and Mary Ann Harlow.     Susan Harlow Truitt s.harlow.truitt@gmail.com

[NI223] This found at ancestry in Data collection. Never seen any documentation for this Family Data Collection - Individual Records about William Nuckolls Name: «tab»William Nuckolls Spouse: «tab»Mary Fannie Robertson Parents: «tab»James Nuckolls Susannah Birth Place: «tab»VA Birth Date: «tab»1710 Marriage Date: «tab»1760 Death Place: «tab»VA Death Date: «tab»1796

[NI224] Pouncey Nuckols appears in the First Virginia Nuckolls & Kindred Book II p age 86 #91 Indenture of Pouncey Nuckols, Jr to Joseph Nuckols Subject: Goochland County, VA, Book 23, page 448.  All spellings  are the same as t hey appear in the indenture.  I have transcribed this information to the b est of my ability.                                                   K. Bruce Nuckols This Indenture made this 10th of February in the year of our Lord one thou sand eight hundred and nineteen between Pouncey Nuckols of Barren   Count y, Kentucky, of the one part, and Joseph Nuckols of the County of   Goochl and of the other part  Witnefseth, that the said Pouncey Nuckols   for a nd in consideration of the sum of two hundred dollars in hand   paid or se cured to be paid, by the said Joseph Nuckols, the receipt   whereof the sa id Pouncey Nuckols, does hereby acknowledge, and forever  acquit the sa id Joseph Nuckols his heirs and afsigns, have and by   these presents do g rant bargain sell release and confirm unto the said  Joseph Nuckols his he irs and afsigns forever a Tract or parcel of land lying, in the coun ty of Goochland and containing by estimation thirty seven and a half acr es be the same more or lefs being all his interest in the lands belongi ng to the estate of Pouncey Nuckols (deed) to him the said Joseph Nucko ls To have and to Hold, the said land, together with all ?? every thing pe rtaining to the same or any wise belonging thereunto to him and his hei rs and afsigns will forever warrant unto the said Joseph Nuckols his hei rs and afsigns a good right, and title, to the above mentioned land free f rom the claim of himself his heirs and of all and every person or perso ns whatsoever.  In testimony whereof the said Pouncey Nuckols have hereun to set his hand and seal the day and year above written.  Signed Sealed a nd delivered in presence of Pouncey Nuckols Seal  Goochland County, to wit;                                       This indenture was on this tenth d ay of February 1819.  acknowledged before me in my office by Pouncey  Nuck ols ??  ??  to be his  ?? and  therefrom ?? to recor Ardath Notes say he was Pouncey Hardin Nuckols Jr New Orleans Passenger and Immigration Lists 1820-1850 P Nuckols Arrival date July 27 1837 Age 45 Port of Departure- Valasco Place of Origin: USA Ship Name-Sam Houston Family number 128464 Archives Film # M259-15 Port of Arrival_ New Orleans The heirs of Pouncey Nuckles vs The State of Texas}  In the Court of  Clai ms To The Hon. Edw (Edward) Clark counsel of the Court of Claims. The undersigned most respectfully makes application for a head right of 6 40  acres due the heirs of Pouncey Nuckles dec'd, said Nuckles being a res ident  citizen of the Republic of Texas in the year ( blank) and continu ed to abide in  Texas until his death, which facts will be showed by (blank)       "an d"    (blank),  witnesses, to whom (unknown, appears to be legal term, abb reviated, perhaps meaning "testimony" ) will be propounded. J Crosby, Atty for Claimants, Sept 28, 1858 Transcription decifered with the help of Dave Nuckols, President and Ste ve Knuckles who with the help of legal friends were able to determine mo st of the wording. There must be a reason the document is not completed a nd it has never been proven that he was a resident of TX. If he died pri or to 1850 in Alabama, how does he make application for headright in 1858? Note from tnuckols@austin.rr.com 11/2007 I examined this document in the archives of the Texas General Land Offi ce a few years ago and can confirm that the headright was never granted. T here was a considerable amount of land fraud in the Republic of Texas a nd in the early years of statehood, so I've always had the feeling this document w as somehow fraudulent.

[NI225] Joseph H Nuckols Enlisted as a Private on 09 May 1861 at the age of 40 Enlisted in Company G, 4th Cavalry Regiment Virginia on 09 May 1861. Detailed on 15 November 1862 (Estimated day, det. Brgd Butcher for war)

[DI225] Name: «tab»Joseph H. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»08 Feb 1881 Death Place: «tab»Dover District, Goochland, Virginia Age: «tab»59 Birth Date: «tab»1822 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland County Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»Sarah J. Nuckols Father's Name: «tab»John Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Sasan Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07001-9 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2056981 Reference Number: «tab»100 5 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X51H-24K : accessed 7 April 2012), Joseph H. Nuckols (1822).

[NI227] 1850 Census shows age 42, b 1808 Everton Pedigree and Family Group Sheets Name: Jones, Jane   Birth  Date: 1815  Place: ,   Spouse: NUCKOLS, Hardin Duke   Child: NUCKOLS, Samuel Reuben   Childs Spouse: DUKE, Mildred O   Child: NUCKOLS, James M   Childs Spouse: DUKE, Lavinin Eliz   Child: NUCKOLS, Pettus Hardin   Childs Spouse: NUCKOLS, Martha Sue   Child: NUCKOLS, Alpheus B   Childs Spouse: LEADBETTER, Victoria E   Child: NUCKOLS, Norvell   Childs Spouse: ADAMS, Wilma   Child: NUCKOLS, Mary Opholia   Childs Spouse: WASH, Edward Sharp   Child: NUCKOLS, Fernando C   Childs Spouse: MOODY, Nina May   Child: NUCKOLS, Oswald Herbert   Childs Spouse: BOOTWRIGHT, Cecelia Z

[NI228] I have finally identified the Elizabeth Nuckols in the 1850 Census, Hanov er Co, VA, (living next to William A Nuckols) Elizabeth age 64 (b c1786) Jane, 32  (b c1817) Nancy A 25  (b c1824) John 30  (b c 1819) 1840 Hanover Co, Va Census pg 110 Elizabeth Nuckols 2 males 20-30  ( John age 20) 2 females 15-20 ( Nancy age 15) 1 female 20-30  (Jane age 22) 1830 Hanover Co, VA pg Elizabeth Nuckols 1 male under 5 2 males 10-15 (john age 10) 1 m 15-20 2 f 5-10 nancy age 5 1 f 10-15 Jane age 12 1 f 40-50 Elizabeth 1820 Hanover Co, VA Reuben--complete family accounted for Nathaniel- appears again in 1830 and 1840 census John William Nuckols and Susan Jade, accounted for thru 1850 that only leaves:: Jonathan Nuckols and Elizabeth Childress Hanover Co, pg 68 2m under 5 (John age 1) 1m 26-45  Jonathan b 1786 1f under 5  (Jane age 2) 2f 16-26 1f 26-45 (Elizabeth age 34) I belive you would call this enough STRONG circumstancial evidence to supp ort the identity of this family Now Doris, I have a proposal and a question for you.....We have in our bo ok that William A is the son of William Nuckols and Mariah Sharp, but th ey were not married until 1819.  William is 31 in the 1850 census making h im born around 1819. In 1860 William gives his age as 45 making him born a bout 1814-15. In the 1830 and 1840 census, John has a brother close to t he same age. He appears in all of the census, but then does not appe ar in the 1850, but NEXT DOOR to Elizabeth. Dont you think he could be h er son?  What "Source Evidence" do you have to support that William A Nuck ols is the son of William and mariah Sharpe Nuckols?

[NI231] WILLLIAM CHILDRESS WILL GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VA 27 JANUARY 1833 In the name of God Amen. I WILLIAM CHILDRESS of the County of Goochla nd in the state of Virginia do make this my last will and testament annuli ng all others. First, my will is that all my just debts be paid. My will is that my grand son PENDLETON R. CHILDRESS and his children have the land on which I now l ive. also one negro boy Jesse to them and their heirs forever. My Wi ll is that the balance of my estate, except my negroes, be sold, and the m oney arising from such sale, together with the hire of my negroes, be reta ined in the hands of my Executor herein after appointed, to raise a fun d, out of which my will is that a portion of the interest ariseing from sa id fund be at the discretion of my said Executors applies to the suppo rt of my son RICHARD CHILDRESS during his life. My will is that aftrer t he death of my son RICHARD CHILDRESS the balance of my property not otherw ise disposed of be equally divided betwixt my children and Grandchildren a ccording to law. I appoint my son SPOTSWOOD CHILDRESS and my Grandson PEND LETON R. CHILDRESS executors of this my last will and testament. Witness my hand and seal January 27, 1833. WM CHILDRESS Signed sealed and acknowledge in the presence of JS UNDERWO OD FRED'K SHOEMAKER At a court held for Goochland County 16 September 1833. this writing was p resented in court and proved by the oaths of JAMES UNDERWOOD & FREDERICK S HOEMAKER to be the last will and testament of WILLIAM CHILDRESS dec'd a nd ordered to be recorded. Then on motion of SPOTSWOOD CHILDRESS, an execu tor herein named who made oath according to law and together with BENJAM IN NUCHOLS his security entered into and acknowledged a bond in penal ty of $2500. Conditioned as the law directs. Certificate was granted for h im for obtaining a probate of the said will in due form. Teste NAR W MILLER SUMMARY: Other children not mentioned. Source:  "Hobson's Chapel, 18th - Early Century Settlement Along Branch es of Deep Creek, Cumberland-Powhatan Counties, Virginia" by Agnes Evans G ish, Dietz Press, Richmond VA, 1997 I enjoyed this book in that there are details reference the early li fe of those who lived in early Virginia.  The families who lived in the se settlements named above, were connected to the Childress family throu gh many  of the earliest settlers.  Some of whom are listed in this book w ere: Theodrick Carter P91.  The Carter family connected to the  Hobson's t hru several or more lines and by marriage.  Those listed for Carter wer e: Theodrick Carter (named above), Jesse, Thomas, Winneford Hobson Carte r, and the town named Cartersville. There was interaction between the Hobsons of this place and the Childre ss (Childrefs) family as seen by deeds, marriages and other original recor ds. Cumberland County, VA in the earliest times reports families of whom we ha ve seen records (later) in NC and TN.  Those were: P.79, "1756 On the 19 th of April, 1756, the following boundary lines were recorded: John Robert son, Samuel Nuckols, Field Robertson, Richard Murrey, Edward Robertson, Jo hn Burton, John Hobson (Hopson), William Hobson (Hopson)., Christopher Rob ertson, Nicholas Cox, John Pleasants, Frederick Hatcher" (And many other e arlier settlers) from "Southam Parish Vestry" Page 79, "1769, John Hobson of Cumberland County conveyed to Thos Childre fs (Childrey/Childres) of Henrico County, 100 acres whereon "the late Jo hn Hobson the Father to him who is party to these presents lived." H CD & W (1767-1772) Pt 1 & 2:131.  Witnessed by Alexander Ferguson, David C rompton and Rachael (mark) Coward, Recorded April 3, 1769.(NOTE:  this Jo hn Hobson was the descendant of William Hobson who left a 1733 Henrico C o, VA WILL naming his daughter Elizabeth who married William Childres or C hildress. William and Elizabeth had son Thomas and son William.  Further r ecords indicate a possible daugh named Margrett and possible third son) The Hobsons of Halifax County, VA intermarried with the Childress fami ly of the same place.  Both owning land in several counties as follows: Halifax County VA 1782, Heads of Household: Childress,  Abraham, 10 whites Childress,  Suzanna,   5 Childress,  Nicholas,    8 Other families in this area connected to the Childress'es thru marriage, d eeds and other legal records were recorded in this Halifax Census as follo ws: Wilkerson, Wm Vaughn,  Drury Seat,  Robert White, Charles Pettypool, Charles Hobson (Hopson), William Estes,  Moses Estes, Moses, Sr NOTE:  All of the above families married into the Childress'es of this are a. Also spreading into other counties of VA.  The Estes family of VA had s everal or more connections to the Childress family.  Robert Childress marr ied Rachel Estes of whom this branch left many descendants. 1810 Hanover Census Wm Childress Sr. 2 FWM 16-25 (1785-1794) 1 FWM 45-up (1710-1765) 1 FMF 16-25 (1785-1794) 1 FWF 45-up (1710-1765) Before/after Joseph Watson Richard Johnson Judith Atkins Wm Childress Sr. Wm Childress Jr. Richard Childress Isham Parrish Jane Atkins Judith Atkins, Jr. 1810 Hanover Census Wm Childress, Jr. 3 FWM 0-10 (1800-1809) 1 FWM 26-44 (1800-1809) 1 FWF 0-10 (1800-1809) 1 FWF 26-44 (1765-1783) Before/after Joseph Watson Richard Johnson Judith Atkins Wm Childress Sr. Wm Childress Jr. Richard Childress Isham Parrish Jane Atkins Judith Atkins, Jr. 1810 Hanover Census Richard Childress 1 FWM 0-10 (1800-1809) 1 FWM 10-15 (1795-1800) 1 FWM 26-44 (1765-1783) 3 FWF 0-10 (1800-1809) 1 FWF 10-15 (1795-1800) 1 FWF 26–44 (1765-1783) Before/after Joseph Watson Richard Johnson Judith Atkins Wm Childress Sr. Wm Childress Jr. Richard Childress Isham Parrish Jane Atkins Judith Atkins, Jr. MaryJean Childress Voegtlin Gvdirt@aol.com

[NI232] Oaths of Allegiance - 1777 Pittsylvania County, VA copy done by Cynthia Hubbard Headen source: The Magazine of VA Genealogy, v.23, #1 (Feb.1985), transcribed by Marian Dodson Chiarito     These lists were taken from a typewritten copy found in the Clerk's Office, Pittsylvania County, at Chatham, Virginia.  The two following affidavits found attached to the copy are self- explanatory.    I, S. H. F. Jones, do hereby certify that about the year 1930 I personally copied and had checked the names of persons who took the oath of Allegiance in 1777 as shown by manuscripts then in the Clerk's Office of Pittsylvania County, Virginia.  The writing was faded and a few names could not be deciphered.  Every effort was made to transcribe the names as they a ppeared on the manuscripts.  The names of the foregoing Lists are a true and correct copy of the aforesaid manuscripts to the best of my knowledge and belief.  The lists were also checked by Mr. Langhorne Jones, att    Given under my hand and seal this 8th day of November, 193 9.    S. H. F. Jones (Seal) Josiah Nuckles

[NI234] Douglas, William, The Douglas register : being a detailed record of births, marriages and de aths together with other interesting notes, as kept by the Rev. William Do uglas, from 1750-1797 : an index of Goochland Wills : notes on the French- Hugeunot [sic] refugees who lived in Manakin-TownRichmond, Va.: J.W. Fergu sson & Sons, 1928, 414  pgs. Marriages- Not recorded by Rev. Wm Douglas, but indicated by birth right Pg 139 Sarah Nuckols and Samuel Powell  Feb 2 , 1774 Pg 227 Richard Johnson and Ann Nuckols  a son named William  born -----17 65 Baptized 1/1/1766 pg72 Richard Johnson and Ann Nuckols a daughter Jean born  4/10/1867 Baptized M ay 23,1767 pg77 Richard Johnson and Ann Nuckols a son named Nichols Born 5/17/1769 Baptiz ed June 3, 1769 pg 84 Richard Johnson and Ann Nichols 2 children christened ivz- Baptized  3/6/1 774 pg95 Richard Johnson and Ann Nicholas a child Rhoda born 6/18/1782. Baptized N ov 3, 1782 pg 108 List of Subscribers to the Douglas Register Pg 410 Dr Marvin E Nuckols, Richmond, VA

[NI235] Notes from Fredwyin  Schwendeman 2/2006 «u»fredwyn@gmail.com «/u» I don't know anything further about their descendants, but he was (1)the b rother of Obediah Powell of Amherst Co, VA,  (2) the uncle of Samuel Powe ll of Kentucky about whom we just wrote the PIONEER PROFILES book, and ( 3) the son of John Powell, Jr, and Elizabeth Guthery. Obediah Powell was murdered when Samuel was 12 years old, and we lost tra ck of the family for a few years after that.  We know from a family Bib le that Obediah Powell's Samuel is the one that came to Kentucky, and the re are records which indicate he is probably the Samuel Powell who spent h is teenage years in Tennessee.  While living in Tennessee there are sever al legal records of a young Samuel POWEL and an older Samuel Powel who app eared to be a judge.  That is all I know about "other" Samuel Powells. I have always wondered if there is a connection between the Amherst Nuckles and the Amherst Powells, but I have never been able to identify one. This marriage (in 1860) is long after my Powells left the area, but it still made me wonder enough that I had to go look it up. I only have one connection between the families before they reached Kentucky: According to the Douglas Register of Goochland Co, VA, Pp. 97, 278, Samuel Powell m. before 2 Feb 1774 Sarah Nuckols. This Samuel Powell appears to be the son of John Powell and Elizabeth Guthery, and the brother of my ancestor, Obediah Powell. This Samuel is probably the one who went to Tennessee and became a judge. He is not part of the Powell family of Kentucky, so we did not trace him further.

[NI238] Goochland Co, VA -Bk30 p511 29 Mar 1836  Frances Ann Jordan Nuckols for the sum of $1 relinquishes h er dower rights to 2 parcels of land of 48ac and 21acres to her husband Ch arles Nuckols.  In return she will receive the 25ac where Charles now liv es including the house, furniture, etc.  Land has one corner near the spri ng by the Nuckols' Mtg. House.

[DI245] Name: «tab»Mary Ann Nuckols Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»25 Dec 1934 Death Place: «tab»Gilbertown, Choctaw, Alabama Gender: «tab»Female Race (Original): «tab»W Race (Standardized): «tab»White Age at Death: «tab»55y 11m 26d Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1879 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Vaiden, Miss. Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab»Frank A. Nuckols Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Joe P. Smith Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab»North Port, Ala. Mother's Name: «tab»Hassie Kirk Mother's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Mother's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Miss. Occupation: «tab»Housewife Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab»Fayette, Ala. Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Fayette Burial Date: «tab»28 Dec 1934 Funeral Home: «tab» Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»1908525 Reference Number: «tab»cn 26272

[NI246] Samuel and family appear in the First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred Bo ok II on page 252. Significant descendants have been added to this line from his first wife. 1850 Census shows age 15.  Some records show born 1831 and others 1834. Tombstone and Obit records indicate born 1831. 4th Virgina Cavalry by Kenneth L Stiles, 1985 Nuckols, Samuel Reuben; (Co G) farmer; enl 5/9/1861; horse k 5/11/1/64 Yel low Tavern; paid $1,400; horse k 6/11/1864 Reams' Station' paroled 4/28/18 65 Ashland. Enlisted as a Private on 09 May 1861 Enlisted in Company G, 4th Cavalry Regiment Virginia on 09 May 1861. Horse killed on 11 May 1864 at Yellow Tavern, VA (Paid $1400.00) Horse killed on 11 June 1864 at Reams' Station, VA Paroled on 28 April 1865 at Ashland, VA Date: June 26, 1910 Paper: Dallas Morning News - Whitney Mrs Cunningham of Commanche  is a guest of her sons Will, Dillard and Edw in Nuckols and their families

[DI247] Name: «tab»William Duke Nuckols Death Date: «tab»07 Sep 1941 Death Place: «tab»Clifton, Bosque, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»white Death Age: «tab»64 years 13 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»24 Aug 1877 Birthplace: «tab»Tx Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Samuel Ruben Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Va Mother's Name: «tab»Lydia Evelyn Hunt Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tx Occupation: «tab»Manager Place of Residence: «tab»Clifton, TX Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Whitney, Tx Burial Date: «tab»08 Sep 1941 Inf-W D Nuckols Jr Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2138745 Digital Film Number: «tab»4030527 Image Number: «tab»1835 Reference Number: «tab»cn 40374 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDKV-9ML : accessed 4 May 2012), William Duke Nuckols, 1941.

[NI248] My mother died Wednesday, 25 Jul 2007, at age 97 in Waco, Texas. I have not yet found a Nuckols who lived longer than 97 years.  Her intere st in the DAR started our life long study of the Nuckols family. Surround ed by her brother William Densel Nuckols, two children, several grandchild ren and great grandchildren, she will be buried beside her husband Lansfo rd Cook in the Porter Spring Cemetery near Crockett, Texas.  Many membe rs of the Cook family are buried in the very old cemetery. When the Lansfo rd Cook ranch had to be sold a few years back, there was some difficulty b ecause the land had never left the family.  Mother spent some time tryi ng to establish a deed for the early Texas land grant.  Her work on her o wn Nuckols family had prepared her for this difficult job. For her 84th bi rthday I took Mother to Hanover County, Virginia, where she could read t he name of her grandfather--Samuel Reuben Nuckols--on the monument at t he courthouse. Doris Dell- Nuckolls Society Member In the early 1990s Porter Springs was a dispersed rural community with thr ee churches, a high school, an elementary school, a cemetery, and numb er of houses. The population remained the same in 2000. Waco Tribune-Herald Friday July 27 2007 Frances LaMont Cook, 97, of Waco passed away Wednesday, July 25, 20 07 at a local hospital. Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Saturdy, Ju ly 28 at Porter Springs Cemetery adjacent to her husband Lansford Cook. Po rter Springs is near to Crockett in Housotn County. Services will be condu cted by Rick Kelley of the Grace Street Church of Christ in Crockett. Fran ces was born June 21 1910 in Whitney Texas to William Nuckols and Floren ce McCabe. She graduated in 1930 from College of Industiral Arts, retir ed from the Houston Independent School District as a teacher and counselo r, and lived many happy years on land originally settled by the early Co ok family. Frances is survived by a brother W D Nuckols of Clifton; her da ughter, Doris Dell of Woodland Hills Calif, and her son the Rev Bob Maxwe ll of Robinson; six grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Memorials m ay be sent to Grace Street Church of Christ 124 S Grace St, Crockett Tex as 75835 or to the Porter Springs Cemetery Association.

[NI256] Name:    Robert Lee Nuckolds City:    Not Stated  County:    Bedford  Stat e:    Virginia Birth Date:    4 Jul 1877  Race:    White  Roll:    1984211  DraftBoar d:    0 Sep 12 1918 Robert Lee Nuckolds. res RR#1 Bedford Co, Huddleston, VA Age 41 born July 4 1877 Self empl farmer wife Pattie T Nuckolds same address Med height, med build, blue eyes, brn hair Physically qualified 1910 Bedford Co, Staunton, VA-pg 186 (4/22/1910)      Lee R Nuckles, 30, M1x M5y VA VA VA        Pattie, wife, 28, 2/2       Mary O, dau, 4 VA       William E, son, 9months

[DI257] Name:  «tab»Pattie Nuckols SSN: «tab»227-92-2199 Last Residence: «tab»24104  Huddleston, Bedford, Virginia, Born: «tab»29 Feb 1879 Died: «tab»May 1973 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (1973)

[NI261] Name:    Florine H. Nuckolds SSN:    230-40-7641 Last Residence:    24104  Huddleston, Bedford, Virginia Born:    16 Nov 1919 Died:    22 Mar 2005 State (Year) SSN issued:    Virginia (Before 1951 ) Newspaper Title:    News & Advance, The Newspaper Location:    Lynchburg, VA, US Obituary Publication Date:    Apr/3/2005 Florine Woodford Nuckolds, 85, of Huddleston, passed away Tuesday, March 2 2, 2005. Funeral at 11 a.m. today, Patmos United Methodist Church. Arrangements by Updike Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Huddleston Cremation Service, Huddleston.

[NI263] Roanoke Times, The (VA) - November 19, 2004 Deceased Name: OBIT - HOWELL, CAROL JUNE NUCKOLDS Carol June Nuckolds Howell, 57, died at home Wednesday, November 17, 20 04 after a short illness. She was the daughter of Florine Woodford Nuckol ds of Huddleston and the late Willie E. Nuckolds. She is survived by her h usband of 41 years, Doulgas E. Howell; a daughter, Donna Hawkins and her h usband, Rusty; a son, Terry Howell; grandchildren, Bryan E. Howell, Heath er A. Hawkins (Little Rusty), Thomas O. Hawkins, Ashley N. Howell and Jere my Puckett; a special loving sister, Loretta F. Cheek; a brother-in-law, E dward M. Cheek; a brother, Larry E. Nuckolds; a sister-in-law, Betty Nucko lds; two special aunts, Ada Woodford and Helen Nuckolds; a special cousi n, Janet Rainey; special nieces and nephews. Carol was a loving caregiv er to Polly Armistead; a special caregiver, Annie Bailey and Phyllis Howel l; hospice nurse, Stephanie Gifford and a special nurse, Brenda Creasey. M emorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. B ox 554, Roanoke, Va. 24003. A celebration of Life will be held at 2 p.m. S aturday, November 20, 2004 at Patmos United Methodist Church with Rev. D r. Carl H. Douglass, Jr. officiating. To send condolences, please visit ww w.tharpfuneralhome.com. Arrangements by Tharp Funeral Home & Crematory, Be dford, 586-3443. Name: Carol J. Nuckolds SSN: 231-60-2407 Born: 1 Feb 1946 Died: 17 Nov 2004 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1962 )

[NI271] 1900 Pittsylvania Co, Tunstall, VA-pg 271        Peter Nuckolds, b1879,21, single, laborer, boarding w Geo Robertson Name:    Josiah Peet Nuckolds City:    Not Stated  County:    Pittsylvan ia  State:    Virginia Birth Date:    18 Jun 1879  Race:    White  Roll:    1985043  DraftBoar d:    1 Sep 12 1918 Josiah Peet Nuckolds res Pittsylvania Co, Sandy Levell?, VA Age 40 born June 18 1879 Farmer working for J T Robertson Nearest kin J J Nuckolds, Richmond, VA Tall, med build blue eyes, light hair Signed Josiah Pete Nuckolds 1930 United States Federal Census Name: Josiah P Nuckolds Home in 1930: Pigg River, Pittsylvania, Virginia Age: 51 Estimated birth year: abt 1879 Birthplace: Virginia Josiah P Nuckolds 51 U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Josiha Pete Nuckols Birth Date: 18 Jun 1879 age 63 Residence: Pittsylvania, Virginia RFD2 Sandy Level Birth: Pittsylvania, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-J B Leftwig- Unemployed Signed Josiha Pete Nuckolds

[NI272] 1930 household has Harvey Logan, brother in law age 20 and Odelle Logan, s ister in law age 16 both single 1910 Bedford Co, Staunton VA David S Nuckles, 24, M VA VA VA Sallie, wife, 17, VA VA VA 1920 Danville, VA NuckoldsDavidH37MHouse CarpenterVA VA VA Sallie MayW26MVA VA VA Robert CS8SVA VA VA ElmoS6SVA VA VA HaroldS2y7mS?? 2yVA VA VA U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: David Samuel Nuckols Birth Date: 16 Aug 1881 age 60 Residence: Pittsylvania, Virginia Rt 1 Ringgould Birth: Pittsylvania, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mrs Elsie Nuckols, same add Emp-J G Witcher, Danville, VA Name: David S Nuckols Death Date: 29 Oct 1945 Death County: Caldwell Death State: North Carolina Death Age: 63 Birth Date: abt. 1882 Race: W

[HI272] (Research):Name:  «tab»David Samuel Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»63 Birth Date: «tab»abt 1882 Birth Place: «tab»Bedford, Virginia, United States Death Date: «tab»29 Oct 1945 Death Location: «tab»Danville, Caswell Spouse's Name: «tab»Elsie Logan Parents; Dont know Informant- Mrs David S Nuckols, Star Route, Danville, VA RESIDENCE: «tab»Danville, Caswell, North Carolina

[NI275] 1860 Census has Catherine Nuckles, age 65 living in household. She was t he aunt of Rita

[DI287] Name: «tab»Samuel Harris Gender: «tab»Male Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»02 Oct 1878 Death Place: «tab»Third Dist., Pittsylvania Co., Virginia Age: «tab»76 Birth Date: «tab»1802 Birthplace: «tab»Pittsylvania Co. Occupation: «tab»Farmer Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»Retta Harris Father's Name: «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B06982-5 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2048580 Reference Number: «tab»Image 445 Line 45 Source Citation "Virginia, Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XR76-D31 : accessed 8 June 2012), Retta Harris in entry for Samuel Harris, 1802.

[NI299] Parents     Claude George Watts 1880 –      Rose M Amburgey 1885 –  1973

[DI300] Name: «tab»John W. Jr. Powel Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»27 May 1914 Death Place: «tab»Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama Gender: «tab»Male Race (Original): «tab» Race (Standardized): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»8m Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1914 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»John W. Powel Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Virginia Powel

[DI301] Name: «tab»Manie N. Cannon Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»15 Jul 1954 Death Place: «tab»Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Gender: «tab»Female Race (Original): «tab» Race (Standardized): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»81y Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1873 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Green Nuckols

[NI309] 1705 - John Bunch, "a Mulatto," and Sarah Slayden, a white woman, petitioned the Council of Virginia on 16 August 1705 to allow them to be married because the Minister of Blisland Parish had refused to marry them (McIlwaine, Executive Journals of the Council, III:28). The Council was undecided on the issue since "the intent of the Law was to prevent Negros and White Persons intermarrying," and John Bunch was a "Mulatto." The matter was referred to the Court to decide (Ibid., 31). John Bunch and Sarah Slayden petition the Virginia Council, requesting that the minister of Blissland Parish be ordered to publish their marriage banns. The minister had refused based on a statute circumscribing the marriage of "Negros" (including mulattoes) and "White Persons." John Bunch claims the law does not apply to him as he is a mustee (at least second generation mixed), not a mulatto (first generation mixed). About the middle of page 28 in the proceedings of the Council session on 16 Aug 1705, the petition of John Bunch and Sarah Slayden is considered by the Council and referred to the Attorney General to present his opinion at the next Council session. The next session is held 4 Sep 1705. Starting on the last line of page 30 through the top half of page 31, the petition comes back to consideration. The Attorney General's opinion is that the statute in question is penal in nature and consequently not to be applied beyond the letter of the law -- by implication, he supports the petition, although he temporizes to some extent on semantic grounds. The case is referred to the next General Court for the Attorney General to argue his opinion before the Governor and Council. There is no (known) subsequent record of whether the Attorney General's opinion held sway. From a 1702 militia roll which refers to a "John Bunch, Sr." and possibly to a "John Bunch, Jr.", there were probably (at least) 2 John Bunches in New Kent County (Blissland Parish) in 1705. There's no indication from the Council record whether it was the elder John Bunch (presumably seeking a second marriage) or the younger John Bunch who was involved in the petition. August 16th 1705... The Petition of John Bunch and Sarah Slayden praying that the minister of Blissland Parish may be ordered to publish the Banns between the Petrs in order to their marriage, wch he hath hitherto refused on pretence of the sd Bunch's being a Mulatto, was read, and referred to Mr Attorney General to report his opinion whether the Petitioners case be within the intent of the Law to prevent Negros & White Persons intermarrying to ye next meeting of the Council... At a Council held at her Majesty's Royal Capitol the 4th day of September 1705... In obedience to an order of this Board dated the 16th of August last, Mr Attorney Genll reported his opinion on the Petition of Jno Bunch & Sarah Slayden as followeth: September ye 4th 1705. "Upon perusal of a Petition of John Bunch & Sarah Slayden to his Excellcy Edwd Nott Esqr &c and upon perusal of an Act of Assembly of this Colony entituled an Act for suppressing Outlying Slaves; I am of opinion & do conceive that ye sd Act being Penal is Coercive or restrictive no further then the very letter thereof, and being wholly unacquainted with the Appellations given to ye issue of such mixtures, cannot resolve whether the issue begotten on a White woman by a Mulatto man can properly be called a Mulatto, that name as I conceive being only appropriated to the Child of a Negro man begotten upon a white woman, or by a white man upon a negro woman, and as I am told the issue of a Mulatto by or upon a white Person has another name viz that of, Mustee; wch if so, I conceive it wholly out of the Letter (tho it may be conjectured to be within ye intent) of the sd act, The which (as abovesd being Penal) is, as I conceive not to be construed beyond ye letter thereof." S. Thomson, A G. Upon consideration of which Report, and that the Petitionrs Case is matter of Law, It is therefore ordered that the Petition of the said Bunch and Slayden be referred till next General Court for Mr Attorney to argue the reasons of his opinion before his Excellcy and ye Council..... From Mark Bunch 12/2011 I found a copy of McIlwaine's Executive Journals at Google Books some time ago, and copied/pasted the pertinent pages into a jpeg document, which I posted up to my Ancestry.com tree (it's been attached to 50 other trees to date!).  The actual issue was that John Bunch claimed the law didn't apply to him since he was a mustee (2nd generation mixed or later), not a mulatto (1st generation mixed -- the law prevented Negros and mulattoes from marrying whites, but said nothing about mustees and whites marrying).  John & Sarah's petition was brought to the attention of the Virginia Council, which punted it to the Attorney General.  The Attorney General came back to the next Council session and opined that since the law was penal in nature it had to be followed to the letter rather than its perceived intent -- in other words he supported John & Sarah's petition.  He waffled a little bit due to his unfamiliarity with the precise definition of "mustee", and the Council punted it again to the courts.  I have not yet been able to find any subsequent record of the issue, but approximately 6 months after the Attorney General's opinion, I'm told that a new anti-miscegenation law was enacted which spelled out in exacting detail who could marry who.  I still need to find documentation of that, though. There's some question of whether the John Bunch who petitioned the Council was an older John Bunch II (born about 1660) seeking to marry a second wife or a younger John Bunch III (born perhaps as early as 1684) seeking to marry his first wife.  The mother of John Bunch III's children was named Rebecca (usually identified as Rebecca Harrison), which, with other considerations inclines me to believe it was the older John Bunch II who was the petitioner.  No doubt you noticed that this whole issue came up in the same Blisland Parish where Jame Nuccol signed the Blisland Complaint in 1676.  :-)

[NI424] Lived in KY and GA

[NI469] Mt. Carmel, May 15,1862 My Dearest Wife; I received your letter on the 12th and 13th and was glad to hear that you all are well. I am enjoying as good as ever. I am at this time on Picket with eight others.  We are having a good time.  We board with Mrs. Thomas.  Our fare is extra our horses fare finely, it is raining at this time.  It rained all day yesterday.  People are mighty behind here with their work.  They are not done planting corn.  I am sorry to tell you that the health of the Company is not good.  There are a great many sick, some have died.  Stephen Price is sick, he is at the same place we board at and well treated.  John is with me on Picket he is well.  Josiah is at Camp near Madison Court House he is well I am six miles North of the Court House.  There was preaching here at this church on Saturday and Sunday and tomorrow is fast day prayer will be held here tomorrow.  The people are very good southerns about here and are always glad to see us.  I wish to know if you have got your vegetables patches planted.  I would like to know who has got you any wood since I left and how you are treated generaly.  An write me word if you have drawed provisions and how many times and how much you got at a time.  Write how many chickens you have got.  I want you to save me some chickens until I get home which wont be long but I cannot tell, that good milk and butter you said you wished I was there to eat.  I hope the time wont be long before I shall be with you to help you to eat it, you write me word if Father has got that money from Captain Herndon and Abner Holland if he has not got it you write me word if you need any I will send you some as soon as a good chance offers itself.  I would be more than proud to see you and the little ones if was so I could, George, Calvin and Singleton tell George to take care of my dog for I want him to go possum hunting this fall, and how Single ton toe has got and how long it has been sore and if he can talk any I want to know if Monroe has gone back to the Army lately and if Oslome has got home.  Remember me though many miles apart. -be you in my daily Study and Nighty dreams if this war was to end it would not take me long to get home.  I would like to know if any body is staying with you and whom it is you said that you wished I would hire a Negro if you can hire one do it or get some body to hire one for you for balance of the year.  You must send me all the news and any thing that will interest me I cannot hear no news here.  Give my love to all inquiring friends and tell them to let me hear from them.  I would be glad to see all of my old friends once more if it was possible.  Tell George Giles that he must write to me and write all the news.  You must not grieve yourself so much as you are doing.  I hope I shall be at home in some 3 or 4 months, You take more to heart than you ought to do for it will all do no good will only make you miserable.  May God be with us and bless and bring me safe to you all once more.  May he bless you and all your little ones and if he has so willed it that i should not get back it will be only just in his sight for he rules the whole world and we should not murmer at his own good will but submissively bow to him that will protect you from all harm if you will trust him. Write soon to your affectionate husband until death. Jesse B Nuckols to his wife Sarah M Nuckols M B Josiah and John sends their love and respects to you and to father, Mother and sisters and mine the same and more. J B Nuckols Letter in possession of Dennis Nuckols, Chatham, VA Mixed Probate Records - Pittsylvania County, VA, Book 27 - 1863-1864 Nuckols, Jesse - Wid was Sarah A. Nuckols; Names: Geo. A.,   Campbell F.,& Humphrey S. B. Nuckols. John T. Carter, adm Virginia Military Deaths Nuckols, Jesse   ACW  M      Undetermined  Army  Private    7/15/1862     W

[DI470] Name: «tab»Sarah A. Nuckles Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»17 Sep 1875 Death Place: «tab»First Dis., Pittsylvania Co., Virginia Age: «tab»40 Birth Date: «tab»1835 Birthplace: «tab»Pittsylvania Co. Occupation: «tab»Housekeeper Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»William Giles Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Bettie Giles Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B06982-5 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2048580 Reference Number: «tab»Image 419 Line 25 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XR76-Q6P : accessed 8 April 2012), Sarah A. Nuckles (1835).

[NI473] Name:    Dennis Theodore Nuckolds City:    Not Stated  County:    Pittsylv ania State:    Virginia  Birthplace:    Virginia;United States of America  Bir th Date:    22 Jun 1893 Race:    White  Roll:    1985043  DraftBoard:    1 June 5 1917 Dennis Theodore Nuckolds, res Rt 2 Chatham VA Age 23 born June 22 1893 Pittsylvania Co, VA Farmer working for father, single, no dependants Tall, slender, blue eyes, sandy hair Signed D J Nuckolds U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Dennis Theodore Nuckols Birth Date: 22 Jun 1893 age 48 Residence: Pittsylvania, Virginia Rt 6 Chatham Birth: Pittsylvania, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mrs D T Nuckols Self Employed

[HI477] (Research):  «tab» Name: Kirby Nuckols Birth Date: 07 May 1902 Death Date: August 1970 Issuing State: Virginia Residence at Death: Chatham,Pittsylvania,Virginia 24531 SSN: 223-50-8374

[DI477] Danville Register, Danville VA 8/9/1970 K C Nuckols Dies at Home Unexpectedly Kirby C Nuckols died yest at his home Rt 2 Callands. Native of Pitts County a son of the late Jessie Singleton Nuckols and Lenoir Giles 5/7/1902. Survived by widow Mrs Christine oakes Nuckols, two sons Jessie T Nuckols of Chatham and Vaden K Nuckols of Lynchburg. Two dau Mrs W P Johnson and Mrs J R Burris Lynchburg; one brother Dennis T Nuckols, 2 sisters Mrs Bessie Motley of Chatham and Mrs Margaret Keene of Chatham, seven grch. Interment Hillcrest Burial Park.

[DI483] U.S., Social Security Death Index,  Name: «tab»Velma N. Burris «tab» SSN: «tab»231-38-0906 Last Residence: «tab»24531  Chatham, Pittsylvania, Virginia,  Born: «tab»26 Jul 1932 Died: «tab»5 Apr 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[DI484] Kirby Vaden Nuckols Kirby V. Nuckols, known to his family and friends as Vaden, passed away at Liberty Ridge Rehabilitation Center in Lynchburg, Va., Friday, December 27, 2013, at the age of 75, surrounded by his loving family. He kept the faith as he fought a courageous battle against cancer. Vaden was born to the late Kirby C. Nuckols and the late Christine Oakes Nuckols, on April 4, 1938, in Pittsylvania County, Chatham, Va. He was a graduate of Chatham High School, class of '56, held a Business Management Degree from Lynchburg College, and served in the Virginia National Guard for eight years. He was employed by Babcock and Wilcox, Lynchburg, Va., retiring in 1992 after 34 years of service. He continued his passion for Quality Control at Ericsson, from which he retired in 2002, after 10 years of service. Vaden enjoyed a strong Baptist Faith and was a member of Flat Creek Baptist Church, Wards Road, Lynchburg, Va. Over his lifetime, he had a vast number of interests which included the Central Virginia Federal Credit Union, during its inception, where he served on the Board of Directors. He was a member of the American Society of Quality Control where he held various positions during the course of his membership. Also, he enjoyed his membership in and support of Mackey Masonic Lodge #69 of Rustburg, Va., Beekeepers Club of Lynchburg, VA, and The Lynchburg Antique Auto Club of Virginia. He leaves a loving and devoted wife of 52 years, Syble Yeatts Nuckols, two sons and their wives; Kirk and his wife, Tamara Nuckols, and Jason and his wife, Billie Wray Nuckols; six grandchildrenx Jake, Jodie, Bryce, Jonah, Brooke, and Jacie Wray, all of which he was exceptionally proud. He leaves two older siblings to cherish very special memories of his childhood, a brother; Jessie T. Nuckols of Chatham, Va.; a sister, Emma Jean Johnson and her husband, Billy of Grenta, Va.,; and a brother-in-law; J. Robert Burris of Chatham, Va. He was predeceased by a sister, Velma Dean Nuckols Burris, all of whom were extremely special to him, along with his nieces and nephews. In memory of Vaden, you may send flowers or make contributions to benefit the Prostate Cancer Fund, UVA Cancer Center, P.O. Box 8007733, Charlottesville, VA 22908 or to the Challenge Sports Exchange, 22174 Timberlake Road, Suite B-1, Lynchburg, VA 24502 Funeral services will be held 12:30 p.m. Saturday, January 4, 2014, at Tharp Funeral Home with Pastor Mike Albritton officiating. The family will receive friends from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. at Tharp Funeral Home. A graveside service will take place 3 p.m., Saturday in Chatham at Hillcrest Burial Park. At other times the family will be at the residence. The family recognizes and expresses their sincere appreciation and gratitude to the entire staff at Liberty Ridge Health and Rehab for their love, concern and care for our husband and Dad. Tharp Funeral Home and Crematory, Lynchburg (434-237-9424) is assisting the family. Condolences may be sent by visiting:tharpfuneralhome.com.

[NI487] Jessie S Nuckolds   Age: 49 State: VA   Color: W Enumeration District: 0091   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0258   County:  Pittsylvania   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Wife Lanora 42 Virginia Daughter Bessie 18 Virginia Son Dennis 16 Virginia Daughter Elise 14 Virginia Son Kerby 06 Virginia Daughter Margaret 04 Virginia Son Santo NR Virginia

[NI494] Son of John Pratt Burnett and Mary E Farthing

[NI504] Date:7/31/2000 10:34:43 AM Mountain Daylight Time From:GILES JOE To:EVILSIZER3 HI SANDI INFORMATION ON ABE GILES ARE AS FOLLOWS . HE WAS FROM THE STATE OF VIRGIN IA AND HAD TEN CHILDREN WHO,S NAMES ARE  GEORGE, WHO HAD A TWIN THAT DI ED IN A FIRE WHILE VERY YOUNG, THEN THERE WAS MATTHEW, ISSIAH, NOEL, JI M, JULIA, IDA, MARY, ULYSSES (SANDY) WE CALLED HIM UNCLE SANDY HE WAS BLI ND AND THE LAST OF THEM TO DIE AT THE AGE OF 94. IF BY CHANCE ANY OF THE SE COULD BE OF ANY HELP MAYBE WE CAN HELP EACH OTHER IN THIS HUNT FOR O UR FAMILY. ALSO, THERE IS ONLY ONE OTHER PERSON ALIVE THAT COULD SHED SOME LIGHT ON T HE ABE GILES FAMILY AND SHE LIVES IN ROANOKE, VA. HER NAME IS RUTH MORM ON TYRE ;SHE IS THE DAUGHTER OF IDA GILES MORMON .

[DI504] Danville Register-Danville VA 6/10/1962 J Noel Giles Dies Saturday 78 of Dry Fork in Memorail Hops. Heart attack. Born Aug 22, 1883 the son of Robert and Matilda Motley Giles. Survived by wife Lillie Nuckols Giles, 2 brothers Walter A and R Lee. Burial in Motley family Cemetery at Tightsqueeze.

[DI507] Name: Ada J. Nuckols SSN: 223-36-8795 Last Residence: 24540  Danville, Danville City, Virginia, Born: 1 Jan 1899 Died: 10 Dec 1992 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI509] Name: Louise Pinckney SSN: 155-42-4824 Last Residence: 19131  Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United St ates of America Born: 31 Mar 1922 Died: 8 Sep 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: New Jersey (1966 )

[NI511] .

[NI513] Name:    Bennie Lee Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Pittsylvan State:    Virginia  Birth Date:    14 Apr 1885  Race:    White  Roll:    1 985043 Bennie Lee Nuckols age 33 res Pittsylvania Co, Callands, VA Born April 14 1885, Farmer Nearest Kin, Essie Mae Nuckols Med height, stout build, Blue eyes, light hair. U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Bennie Lee Nuckols Birth Date: 14 Apr 1889 age 53 Residence: Pittsylvania, Virginia RFD # 1, Callands, VA Birth: Pittsylvania, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mrs B L Nuckols, same add Emp-self employed

[DI513] Danville Register-Danville VA 12/27/1962 Ben Nuckols Funeral Rites Planned Today The funeral for Ben L Nuckols, 74 of Callands Rt 1 will be conducted today from the Christian Tabernacle Church. Interment will be in Highland Burial park, Danville. Mr Nuckols died Tuesday morning in Memorial hospital after an illness of several months. He was a farmer. Surviving are his wife, the former Miss Essie McNeeley, a daughter Mrs Clifton B Reynolds of Chatham Rt 3; three sons, D K Nuckols of Chatham Star Route and G Maurice Nuckols of Callands and Clarke J Nuckols of Portsmouth; two sisters Mrs W Dewey Spencer of Chatham, and Mrs Noel Giles of Dry Fork; two brothers, Carter Nuckols of Dry Fork and Andrew Nuckols of Danville; eight grandchildren and three great grandchildren. The body is resting at Scott Funeral Home, Chatham and will be placed in the church at noon today

[DI514] Danville Register Danville VA 4/20/1969 Essie McNeely Nuckols, 75 of Callands died St. Born Aug 15, 1893 in Pittsy d/o Douglas Keen and Mary Frances Adkins McNeely. Md to late Bennie Lee Nuckols. Surv ch: D K Nuckols, Mrs C B Reynolds, Clark J Nuckols; 2 sisters Mrs Callie Allen and Mrs Clarence Hedrick.

[NI515] Lucille N. Reynolds 3 Jun 1911 21 Feb 2003 Chatham, Pittsylvania, Virgin ia Virginia (1964 ) 224-68-6265

[NI523] Name: Pauline R. Nuckols SSN: 228-14-2535 Last Residence: 24531  Chatham, Pittsylvania, Virginia Born: 1 Mar 1914 Died: 2 May 2005 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[HI526] (Research):Name:  «tab»George Maurice Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»52 Birth Date: «tab»16 Jul 1916 Birth Place: «tab»Virginia, United States Death Date: «tab»16 Mar 1969 Death Location: «tab»Greensboro, Guilford, Cone Memorial Hosp Spouse's Name: «tab»Marie Yeatts  RFD#1 Callands, VA Occ- Warehouseman, Tobacco Father's Name: «tab»B L Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»Essie McNealy RESIDENCE: «tab»Callands, Pittsylvania, Virginia Informant Mrs G M Nuckols, Callands, VA

[DI527] Danville Register 8/20/1965 Rites Held fro Mrs Nuckols Mrs Gladys Reynolds Nuckols. Burial in Reynolds and Nuckols Family cemetery.

[DI528] Danville Register, Danville, VA Callands VA- Clarke Jennings Nuckols, 84 of 2320 Triangle School Road, Cal lands, died Thursday June 17, 2004 at Danville Regional Medical Center. He was the son of the late Ben Nuckols and Essie McNeely Nuckol s. He is survived by his wife Virginia Nuckols and one daughter Dianne Nuc kols Locker and her husband Tom; one brother Carroll Lee Nuckols of Callands; two grandsons, Dr Erick Nuckols and Chris Nuckols, A private gravesi de service will be held for the family by the Rev Freddy Vicks officiatin g. In lieu of flowers the family suggests memorial contributions be ma de to the Callands Volunteer Fire Department. Scott Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements.

[DI529] CHATHAM-Virginia Collins Nuckols age 94 of Callands, died Monday, November 12, 2012 at Danville Regional Medical Center. She was born on September 8, 1918, in Pittsylvania County, the daughter of the late Chappy Whitehead Collins and the late Annie Mae Adkins Collins. She was a member of Christian Tabernacle Church.She was married to the late Clark Jennings Nuckols. She is survived by one daughter, Dianne Nuckols Locker and her husband Tom of Danville; one son, Carroll Lee Nuckols of Callands; two sisters, Dene Reynolds of Callands and Margie Arnn of Washington, DC; one brother, Joe Collins of Callands. In addition to her parents and husband she was predeceased by one sister, Wadie Thornton and two brothers, Edison and Wright Collins. A private graveside service will be conducted at Highland Burial Park on Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 11:00 AM with the Rev. Daryl Joyce officiating. The family suggest in lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Callands Fire and Rescue squad. Scott Funeral Home in Chatham is respectfully serving the Nuckols family. For more info or to sign the Book of Memories, go to w.scottfuneralhomechatham.com Sign the guest book at www.GoDanRiver.comPublished in Danville and Rockingham County on November 14, 2012

[NI541] Name:    Carter Elonzer Nuchols City:    Not Stated  County:    Pittsylvan ia State:    Virginia  Birthplace:    Virginia;United States of America Birth Date:    14 Feb 1894  Race:    American  Roll:    1985043 June 5 191 7Carter Elonzer Nuckols, res Chatham, VA Age 24 Born Feb 14 1894 Chatham, VA Farmer for G A Nuckols, Chatham, VA Single no dependants Med height, slender,blue eyes, light hair U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Alonsa Carter Nuckols Birth Date: 14 Feb 1892 age 50 Residence: Pittsylvania, Virginia Rt 6 Chatham Birth: Pittsylvania, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mr J N Ciles, Chatham, VA Blind-Draws pension

[NI542] 1942 WWII Application of brother William names next of kin Mrs  Gracie Gibson

[NI546] Name:    William Parrish Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Pittsylva nia State:    Virginia  Birthplace:    Chatham  Birth Date:    8 Apr 1896  Rac e:    American Roll:    1985043  DraftBoard:    1 June 5 1917 William Parrish Nuckols, Chatham, VA age 21 Born April 8 1896 Chatham, VA Farmer, empl by G A Nuckols, single, living at homeTall, slender, Gray eyes, dark hair 1930 Pittsylvania Co, Chatham VA        Willie Nuckles, head, 34, VA VA VA md 29        Mary, wife, 32, VA VA VA md 27 U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Willie Parish Nuckols Residence: Charlottesville, Virginia 1018 Tufton Ave Birth: Pittsylvania, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 notify Mrs Gracie Gibson, same add Emp-nine- signed with his mark (x)

[DI547] Name:  «tab»Mary P. Nuckols SSN: «tab»226-09-1935 Last Residence: «tab»24540  Danville, Danville City, Virginia, Born: «tab»25 Jul 1898 Died: «tab»9 Dec 1995 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[HI548] (Research):Name:  «tab»Mrs. Lena Gertrude Grant [Mrs. Lena Gertrude Nuckols] Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»50 Birth Date: «tab»27 Jan 1898 Birth Place: «tab»Pittsylvania Co, Virginia, United States Death Date: «tab»6 Jun 1948 Death Location: «tab»Blanche, Caswell Occ: Housewife in community 9 years Spouse's Name: «tab»Charlie Grant age 52 Father's Name: «tab»Geo Nuckols born Pittsylvania Co, VA Mother's Name: «tab»Susan B Giles born Pittsylvania Co, VA RESIDENCE: «tab»Blanche, Caswell, North Carolina Informant Miss Bernice Grant

[NI554] Groom's Name: «tab»Allen B. Kidd Groom's Birth Date: «tab»1903 Groom's Birthplace: «tab»Bedford Co. Groom's Age: «tab»27 Bride's Name: «tab»Nona Nuckols Bride's Birth Date: «tab» Bride's Birthplace: «tab»Pittsylvania Co., Va. Bride's Age: «tab» Marriage Date: «tab»18 Jun 1930 Marriage Place: «tab»Pittsylvania Co. Va. Groom's Father's Name: «tab»Geo. Kidd Groom's Mother's Name: «tab»Mattie Mcclain Bride's Father's Name: «tab»J. T. Powell Bride's Mother's Name: «tab»Cora Mitchell Groom's Race: «tab»White Groom's Marital Status: «tab»Divorced Groom's Previous Wife's Name: «tab» Bride's Race: «tab»White Bride's Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Bride's Previous Husband's Name: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»M00920-4 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2048470 Reference Number: «tab»Pitts. Co. Image 164 Source Citation "Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRM4-TRJ : accessed 1 April 2012), Nona Nuckols (1930).

[NI555] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: G Orge A Nuckols Birth Year: 1924 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Virginia County or City: Pittsylvania Enlistment Date: 13 Sep 1943 Enlistment State: Virginia Enlistment City: Roanoke Branch: No branch assignment Grade: 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) Education: Grammar school Civil Occupation: Automobile Serviceman Marital Status: Single, with dependents Height: 11 Weight: 110

[DI555] George Anderson Nuckols, 88, of Moneta, died March 21, 2014. He was born March 24, 1925, in Chatham, Va., a son of the late Joe Nuckols and Nora Nuckols Kidd. In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by his stepfather, A.B. "Barney" Kidd, and two sisters, Janice Lee Sadlier and Elizabeth Carter. George is survived by his devoted and loving wife of 48 years, Lavon Sexton Nuckols; two daughters, Lisa Smith and husband, Joe, of Goode, Karen Terry and husband, Steve, of Roanoke; and two sons, Michael Todd and wife, Kyla, of Bedford, Ira Dean Wallace, of Moneta; very special granddaughters, Katlynn Nuckols, Megan and Madison Nuckols, and great granddaughter, Casey Ostrander; two sisters, Mattie Kidd, of Moneta; Virginia Duncan and husband, Quince, of Vinton; and his closet companion of 19 years his little dog "Peanut".

[DI556] Danville Register, Dancille, VA 11/17/1967 Mrs Janice Nuckols Sadlier died Wed aft in a Roanoke hosp. Survivors husband Paul, mother Mrs Nora Powell Kidd; brother George Nuckols; three sisters, Mrs Quince Duncan, Mrs Walter Carter and Miss Mattie Kidd all of Roanoke and grandmother Mrs Cora M Powell of Danville. Funeral Sat, Interment Highland Burial park

[NI560] 1870 Pittsylvania Co, Chatham, VA -pg 345 (8/15/1870        Jonathan E Nuckols, 33 VA        Elizabeth 28 VA        next household        J J Nuckols, 40 (male)        America E, 27        Susan V, 8m Civil War Record. John fought with General J.E.B. Stuart until Stuart w as killed. He was then with General Stonewall Jackson During Jackson's Val ley Campaigns. When Jackson was killed, John served under General Robe rt E. Lee. During the surrender at Appomattox Court House he was selecte d, along with four other soldiers, to guard General Lee's life during t he surrender. He was shot through the crown of his hat but the bullet miss ed him. During the war he rode a white horse named George. John was kno wn to have  said that George could Jump the highest fence.(From his grandd aughter, Blanford Towler Anderson) NUCKOLS BIBLE 1872 property of Mrs. David W. Blair (Virginia Goggin) Chatham, Pittsylvania County, VA A copy of this record is in the VA State Library. THE HOLY BIBLE CONTAINING THE OLD AND NEW TEWSTAMENTS: TRANSLATED OUT OF THE ORIGINAL TONGUES; AND WITH THE FORMER TRANSLATIONS DILIGENTLY COMPARED AND REVISED. ______ NEW YORK; AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY, INSTITUTED IN THE YEAR MDCCCXVI. ________ 1872 PAGE 1 This Bible was bought July the 5th day 1873. And was presented to Elizabe th M. Nuckols by Daniel Motley, her Father. PAGE 2   FAMILY RECORD. MARRIAGES. John E. Nuckols and Elizabeth M. Motley was married the 8th of February 18 70 Lois M. Goggin and Cecil Tuck were married Jan. 24, 1939 Va Belle Goggin and Dave Blair was married Nov 19, 1938 Sammie B. Goggin and Vicky Minter? Were married April 25th, 1945 Samuel M. Goggin and Lemma M. Nuckols was married December, 14th, 1905. William R. Nuckols and Lena Thomas was married January 23, 1907. Lois Motley Goggin was married Jan 21, 1939. To Cecil Tuck. PAGE 3 BIRTHS Daniel Edward Nuckols, son of John E. Nuckols and Elizabeth M his wife, w as born March the 30th, 1871 John Hays Nuckols, son of John E. Nuckols and Elizabeth M. his wife, was b orn December the 2nd, 1872 James Lee Nuckols, son of John E. Nuckols and Elizabeth M his wife was bo rn May the 8th, 1875 Lemma M. Nuckols was born the 25 day of November, 1877 daughter of the sam e Woodruth Nuckols daughter of J.E. and E. M. Nuckols was born 6th June, 188 0 William R. Nuckols, son of J. E. & E. M. Nuckols was born 15 January of 18 83 PAGE 4 (some duplicates here) Lemma M. Nuckols, daughter of J. E. & E. M. Nuckols was born 5th Novembe r, 1877 Wm Ryland Nuckols, son of J. E. & E. M. Nuckols was born January 15th, 188 3 Samuel M. Goggin born Mar. 1880 Louise Elizabeth Goggin was born Nov 26th, 1907 Lois Motley Goggin was born April 18th, 1910 Virginia Belle Goggin was born Jan 1st, 1912. Samuel Bennett Goggin was born Jan. 25, 1915 PAGE 5 DEATHS Mother? died July the 10th, 1904 (I think this is Elizabeth Motley Nuckol s. CA) Born Nov. 13, 1840 Father? died August 1918  (I think this is John E Nuckols. CA) Samuel M. Goggin died Dec 13th, 1932 Tues Nite about 10 o'clock William? died July 26, 1900 Lemma N. Goggin died July 20, 1965 at 2 A.M. Louise Elizabeth Goggin died June 23rd 1909 age 1 yr 6 mo & 27 days Daniel Nuckols died July 29, 1942 Jim? Nuckols died May 24, 1941 Lois Goggin Tuck died Sept. 9, 1955 at 5:45 P.M. at Sandy Level, VA David W. Blair, husband of Virginia Belle Goggin Blair died Dec. 29,

[NI562] from book "Giles, Walton and Cox Families" by Ruth Giles Fischer,  print ed January 1957 published by The Bassett Printing Corp., Bassett,  VA) pa ge 34 1850 Pittsylvania Co. Census Author: Kith and Kin of Boone Co., WV Media: Book Text: James A. Giles 54, Farmer, Elizabeth 47, Mary 27, John 23, Carpente r, Sarah 18, Elizabeth 16, George 13, Susan 11, Rebecca 9, William 6

[NI563] Although he died in 1913, he was never found in any census record 1900 1910 Saline Co, Elmwood, MO George Nuckles,  76, single, KY KY KY  boarding w/ Louis Neals

[DI563] Informant on death cert- R H Benton, Higginsville, KY

[NI564] Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 6th ed., 188 7, Shelby Co. S. V. NUCKOLS was born in Scott County, Ky., in 1839.  His father, Lewis N uckols, was also a native of Scott County.  His mother, whose maiden na me was Watkins, was a relative of Henry Clay's mother.  Our subject is t he youngest of five children; has always followed farming except for fi ve years, when he engaged in banking and merchandising.  During the civ il war he served in Morgan's cavalry, and was detained a prisoner twenty-t wo months in Federal prisons.  In 1866 he moved to Shelby County, whe re he has one of the finest and nicest places in the county, containing 1 86 acres of land.  In 1868 he married Martha R. Thomas, daughter of Morr is Thomas, of Shelby County, a pioneer of that county, who came from Harro dsburg, when only three years old, in 1799.  Mr. Thomas first engaged in f arming, then in the hide and tallow business in Shelbyville, and in 1819 m oved to Louisville, which was than a small place.  He engaged extensive ly in pork packing, shipping South, and became quite wealthy, owning la nd in Iowa, Illinois and Indiana, and continued the business until 1845; w as also the first importer of Shorthorn cattle and dealt extensively in mu les.  He next engaged in the manufacture of soap and candles, and lost hea vily but managed to save his land.  He died in 1870.  Mrs. Nuckols was bo rn in 1840; she is the second of a family of nine children, the youngest b eing Morris, the only brother now living.  She is a member of the Episcop al  Church and has been for twenty-two years.  To Mr. and Mrs. Nuckols ha ve been born four children: Mattie T., Sam V., Morris T. and Jane W.  Mr s. Nuckols' grandmother was a sister of Gen. Pogue, of Virginia. Enlisted as a Private on 15 September 1862 Enlisted in Company A, 9th Cavalry Regiment Kentucky on 15 September 1862. POW on 15 June 1863 at Elizabethtown, KY (Held to close of war) Date: August 12, 1903 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Morning Herald Col Edward McDowell spent yesterday as the guest  of Mrs S V Nuckols and f amily . Mr McDowell is enroute to Seattle, Washington to make his home. 4/9/1899 The Morning Herald, Lexington, KY In Line For a Fortune S B Nuckols an Heir to the Montgomery Estate Has Figured Out His Family Tree and Is Quite Certain His Claim is Regular Fickle fortune seems to be ready to smile again on Mr Samuel B Nuckols, the bookkeepper at the Hitchinson Grocery Company. Mr Nuckols read of the vast fortune left by Alexander Montgomery in New York and a branch of his family tree being a Montgomery, he naturally set about to learn if the families were connected. When seen by a reporter for the Herald Saturday, Mr Nuckols had figured  out his family tree and dicussed it at some length with the reporter. He said that if Alexander Montgomery and General Montgomery were brothers, he was quite surr that he would come in for a portion of the estate. Of the fmily, Mr Nuckols said his great grandfather, William Scott was a descendant direct from General Montgomery, who lived in H gerstwon Maryland and that William Scott came to Lexington when it was a frontier town and lived in the block house here for several months as a protection from the hostile indians before moving to his farm. He said that his grandfather Vance married one of Scott's daughters and she gave birth to twin children, which she named Montgomery and Alexander Vance, respectivly. His grandmother was named Sallie Montgomery Vance a d she was named for Sallie Montgomery who was a sister to General Montgomery. Mr Nuckols says that he intends to open correspondance with the attor neys who are trying to locat the heirs and if he learns that General and A lexander Montgomery are brothers, he is certainly entitled to some of the estate and will claim it. Several years ago Mr Nuckols fell heir to several hundred dollars through a relative of several generations removed by tracing it up, and he hopes to be as lucky on this occasion, but the amount will be thousands instead of hundreds. Date: July 9, 1910 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Mrs Edward Payne Hall of Shelbyville is here for a visit to her parents Ca pt and Mrs S V nuckols. Captain Nuckols, who has been quite ill for a we ek is improving. 11/6/1914 The Lexington Herald Samuel V Nuckols, 75 years of age, died at his home 470 West Second Stre et Thursday afternoon at 2:35 o'clock after being in failing health for t wo years. He had been seriously ill only during the last two week s. He is survivied by his wife Mrs Martha R Thomas Nuckols; two daughter s, Mrs Walter M Annette of Wilmington Del, and Mrs Edward Payne Hall of Sh elbyville, and one son, S Vance Nuckols of Cleveland, OH. Arrangements f or the funeral will be announced later. Date: November 7, 1914 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald - Deaths Nov 5 - Samuel V Nuckols 475 West Second Street age 75 , acute Bright's di sease 11/8/1914 The Lexington Herald Samuel V Nuckols Laid To Rest By Comrades Funeral services for Samuel Vance Nuckols, who died Thursdy afternoon of B right's disease at his home on West Second Street, were conducted yesterd ay afternoon by the Rev R K Massie, of Christ Church Cathedral, of whi ch Mr Nuckols was a member. The body was intered in the Lexington Cemeter y. The pallbearers wer: Honorary- W H Cassell, Edward Halley, W H Ha ll of Shelbyville and W H Beard. Active- John McD Ross, W P Walton, Willa im Peak of Georgetown; Henry Higgins, A G Bryan and George S Weeks

[DI564] Name:  «tab»Samuel V Nuckols Death Date: «tab»5 Nov 1914 Death Location: «tab»Fayette Residence Location: «tab»Fayette Age: «tab»75 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»5 Sep 1839 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Lewis Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Mother's Name: «tab»Sarah M Vance Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky

[NI568] Pittsylvania County, VA - MOTLEY Family Bible Submitted for use in the USGenWeb Archives by: Carolyn Wood Aldredge MOTLEY FAMILY BIBLE, owned by Caleb Moore, Chatham, VA (when I to ok it to Va State Library about 20 years ago) First Page: The Holy Bible   Containing the Old and New Testaments;    Translated out of The Original Tongues,     And with The former translations diligently compared and revised. New York: American Bible Society   Instituted in the year MDCCCXVI     1857     FAMILY RECORD Page 1: Daniel Motley & Mary Parsons was married the 6 day of November 1839 Elizabeth Mildred the daughter of Daniel Motley &  Mary his wife was bo rn November 15(?) 1840 Emily Frances was borned the 14th of November 1842 James Pendleton was borned April 18th day 1845 Joseph Richard was borned the 11th day of September 1847 Milton Hays was borned Nov the 4th day 1849 Letitia Missouri was borned June 24th day 1851 John Rice was borned January the 20 day 1855 Sallie Ann was borned September 5th day 1858 Page 2: Richard B. Parsons and Letty Yeatts was married November the 19(?)th day 1 819 Mary Parsons daughter of Richard B. Parson & Letty, his wife, was born Nov ember 9th, 1821 Daniel Motley was born May 29th day 1818 James P. Motley and Mollie B. Scales was married Oct the 1st day 1866 Samuel B. Blair and Emily Motley was married 18th of December 1866 Jno E Nuckolds and Elizabeth M. Motley was married February 8th 1870 Joseph R Motley and Lettie D Scales was married Oct  2nd day 1871 Milton H Motley and June Watson was married 15th December 187? Asa I Aron and J. Letitia (?) Motley was married 23rd October 1874 Page 3: Susan Motley wife of Jas Motley and daughter of Rich B.. Parson & Letit ia his wife departed this life November 28th day 1846 Tempa (?) Yeattes wife of D. T. Yeatts departed this life February ?? d ay 1857 Letitia Parsons wife of Richard B Parsons departed this life 22nd day of J anuary 185? James R Parsons departed this life August 1858 Richard B Parsons departed this life the 5 day Sept 1865(?) Page 4: James E. Shelton son of A. M. Shelton departed this life the 15th day of N ovember 1861 at Manassas who volunteered in the defense of country the 15 th of June 1861 and his corpse was brought home to his relations & frien ds and was burried the 19th of the same month Mary Motley, wife of Joseph Motley,decd, departed this life January 29th d ay 1862(?) Joseph Motley departed this life in October 1839 Milly Hall daughter of Richard B Parsons & Letty ??? departed this life t he 5th day of April 1876 >From Back of the 1857 Motley bible owned by Caleb Moore (may be clear er on the Library of Virginia copy): Calla Motley daughter of Joseph R Motley & Letty his wife was born t he  ??  of  July 1873 W?lter Aron son of A G Aron and Letitia his wife was born the 17th(?) of S eptember 1875 Nalla H Motley daughter of M H Motley was born June 9th 18?? Louisa A Motley daughter of Mrs R M Motley was born January 16th 1881 Joel Scales Motley the son of James P (?) Motley & Mollie his wife was bor ned August 1?th 1867 James Suter(?) Blair the son of Samuel B Blair and Emily his wife was born ed March ??th 1868 Daniel Edward Nuckols son of John E. Nuckols and Elizabeth M. his wife w as borned the 30th day of March 1871

[DI568] «u»«b»Washington Post July 13, 1904«/u» «/b»Chatham July 12-  Mrs John NUCKOLS  died Monday at her home near Banister, after a lingering illness. Her husband, four sons and two daughters survive her.

[NI569] NUCKOLS BIBLE 20th Century Edition owned by Carolyn Wood Aldredge, Richmond, VA Copies of these pages are in the Virginia State Library. THE HOLY BIBLE CONTAINING THE OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS. .. . . .. . .. .. . . PHILADELPHIA A.  J. HOLMAN & CO. PAGE 1: D.E. NUCKOLS AND SADIE HUBBARD were united . . . in the Bonds of Holy Matr imony at Weal, Va on the 23rd day of July in the year of our Lord 1907. PAGE 2 (This "Family Record" is on two pages; all were born in Pittsylvan ia Co., VA.  All are now deceased.) D.E. Nuckols, b. Mch 31st, 1871; d. July 29., 1942 Sadie Hubbard, b. Aug 13th; 1876; m. July 23, 1907; d. July 1, 1953 Randolph Winfred Nuckols; b. January 17, 1898; m. May 23, 1925 Gertrude Nuckols, b. October 17, 1899; m. June 31, 1917; d. Nov. 11, 1971 Gladys Nuckols, b. December 14, 1900; m. October 12, 1935 Daniel Hubert Nuckols, b. June 18, 1902; d. Jan. 22, 1907 Cathleen Nuckols, b. May 17, 1904 Rhoda Elizabeth Nuckols, b. Mch 26, 1906; m. Dec. 23, 1924 Daniel Edward Nuckols, Jr., b. Mch 8, 1908; m. Dec. 24, 1929; d. Apr. 3, 1 964 Annie Ross Nuckols, b. Sept. 26, 1909; m. Sept. 4, 1935 Sadie Aileen Nuckols, b. Jan. 24, 1911; m. June 16, 1939 John Roland Nuckols, b. Feb. 23, 1915; m. Dec. 27, 1944; d. Dec, 1971 William Bryan Nuckols, b. Sept. 15, 1917; m. July 6, 1940 PAGE 3 MARRIAGES D.E. NUCKOLS AND RHODA REYNOLDS WERE MARRIED 31ST OF MARCH, 1897 D.E. NUCKOLS AND SADIE HUBBARD WERE MARRIED JULY 23, 1907 PAGE 4 MEMORANDUM RHODA CATHERINE REYNOLDS NUCKOLS DIED JAN. 22, 1907 RHODA CATHERINE REYNOLDS NUCKOLS BORN FRIDAY, 3:30 A.M. MARCH 13, 1874 DANIEL EDWARD NUCKOLS, JR. DIED APR. 3, 1964 PAGE 5 - Tombstone record on back page: "Copied from tombstones in family cemetary on the farm of the Nuckols esta te, where Joe Webb now lives-owned now widow of William Randolph Nuckols" John Nuckols-Jan 1783-died Mar 18, 1876 was married toBrinthy Grubb -Bo rn Aug 18, 1802. Died Dec. 17, 1876 John Nuckols-born 1836 -died 1918 married Elizabeth Motley -Nov 12, 184 0, died July 10, 1905 -had yellow jaundice. (The following person is not buried in the family cemetery but in the ceme tery of Hollywood Baptist Church, Pittsylvania, Co., VA.  Note by Carol Aldredge) Daniel Edward Nuckols, born Mar 31, 1871; died July 29, 1942 PAGE 6 The following newspaper obituaries were included with the Bible; do esn't say what paper: DEATH OF MRS. D. E. NUCKOLS Chatham, Va. January 23,--(Special.)-Mrs. Rhoda Nuckols, wife of D. E. Nuc kols, of the county, near Rondo, died at her home Tuesday morning aft er an illness of short duration from a complication of diseases.  Her dea th was preceded three hours by that of her 4-year-old son, from grippe a nd pneumonia, after a very short illness.  Mrs. Nuckols was a Miss Reynolds b efore her marriage.  She is survived by her husband and five children.  T he interment was in the family cemetery Wednesday afternoon, conduct ed by Rev. Aylor, of the Baptist church of this place. Note by Carolyn Aldredge-the family cemetery mentioned in the above obitua ry is at Honey Hill, the D. E. Nuckols home.

[NI570] Washington Post, Jan 28, 1907 Chatham, Jan 22- Mrs Rhoda NUCKLES, aged thirty, wife of D. E. NUCKLES, di ed at her home, near Rondo, today. The death of her four-year old son occu rred three hours before. Her husband and five children survive. Pittsylvania County, VA - Reynolds Family Bible Submitted for use in the USGenWeb Archives by: Carolyn Aldredge This is the Reynolds family of Rhoda Reynolds Nuckols who is listed in t he Nuckols Bible, 20th Century edition.  Her children are the ones born be fore 1907, when she died and Daniel Edward Nuckols married Sadie Hubbar d; Daniel and Sadie had 5 more children.  Carolyn Aldredge REYNOLDS BIBLE (owned by Mrs. Robert J. Hubbard, Chatham, VA.) ACCOUNT OF THE DATES OR TIME OF WRITING THE BOOKS OF THE NEW  TESTAMENT. (date???) (Copy of this record in VA State Library) This Page in margins: Booker Jabe Reynolds and Orey(?) May Allen married July 4, 1944 in Danvill e, VA. Rodney L. Wells and Teresa Ann Mattox married August 25, 1956 at Sharon Church 5 P.M. Saturday, Danville, VA. Page2: Marriage Certificate This Certifies That John B. Reynolds and Talitha C. Mahan Were solemnly united by me in the Holy Bonds of Matrimony At David Mahans house on Thursday 8th day Of January, 1867 in the year of our Lord one Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty-seven Conformably to the Ordinance of God And the laws of the state. Signed: By Rev. M. Hagood Page 3: Marriages (but it is births) John B. Reynolds was born March 5th Day, 1842 Talitha C. Mahan was born July 8th, 1841 Maggie O. Reynolds was born Monday, 4 A.M., June 21st, 1869 David Reynolds was born Thursday 11 ½ P.M., August 4th, 1870 John V. Reynolds was born 5 A.M., Friday February 23rd, 1872 Rody C. Reynolds was born 3 !/2 A.M., Friday March 18th, 1874 William A. Reynolds was born 10 ½ P.M., Thursday, July 9th, 1875 James L. Reynolds was Born at noon, Sunday, Feb. 3rd, 1878 Sallie C. Reynolds was born 6 A.M., Sept. the 9th, 1879 Booker J. Reynolds was born Monday 5 A.M. Oct 9th, 1882 Robert L. Reynolds was born 1st day of Feb. 15 minutes to one A. M., 1884 Page 4: J. V. Reynolds died Feb 16/98 (presume 1898 since this was copied long bef ore 1998) Rodia C. Reynolds died Jan. 22, 1907 J. B. Reynolds died June 2nd, 1913 Sallie C. Reynolds died Apr. 13th, 1918 Mrs. J. B. Reynolds died July 7, 1930 at 3:25 P.M. was buried on her birthday, July 8. Maggie R. Grubb died Jan. 14, 1937 David C. Reynolds died June 2, 1946 Wm. A. Reynolds died March 21, 1947 Robert L. Reynolds died May 9, 1949 James L. Reynolds died March 24, 1954 Booker J. Reynolds died Tues, 2 a.m., Nov. 15, 1957. Last Page of Bible:  lists horses and cows, they are not people; Library copied anyway.

[DI570] Richmond Times-Dispatch 1/25/1907 Mother and Child Pass Away Together Chatham VA- Jan 24- Mrs Rhoda Nuckols, wife of D E Nuckols of the county, near Rondo, died at her home Tuesday morning after an illness of a short duration from a complication of diseases. Her death was preceded three hours by that of her four year old son from grip and pneumonia, after a very short illness. Mrs Nuckols was a Miss Reynolds before her marriage. SHe is survived by her husband and five children. The interment was in the family cemetery Wednesday afternoon, conducted by Rev Ayler of the Baptist Churh of this place

[NI571] FUNERAL TODAY FOR D. E. NUCKOLS _________ Funeral services for Daniel Edward Nuckols, 71-year-old farmer of Pittsylv ania County, whose death occurred at 9:45 Wednesday at his home near Chath am as the result of a stroke of paralysis, which he suffered Sunday, wi ll be held Friday afternoon from the Hollywood Baptist church.  The rit es will be conducted by the pastor, the Rev. W. L. Naff, and interment wi ll be in the church cemetery.Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Motl ey Nuckols (this is the wrong name; she was Sadie Hubbard Nuckols. Elizabe th Motley Nuckols was Daniel's mother. CA); four sons, Winfred Nucko ls of Richmond, Daniel E. Nuckols of Gretna, and Roland and Bryan Nucko ls of Chatham; and six daughters, Mrs. Gladys Wood of Waynesboro, Mrs Alle ne Brumfield of Trenton, N. J., Mrs. Annie Ross Anderson of Baton Rouge, L a., and Mrs. Gertrude Hubbard, Mrs. Betsy Easley and Miss Kathleen Nucko ls of Chatham.  He also leaves a brother, John Nuckols of Marion, and t wo sisters, mrs. Lemma Goggin and Mrs. Woodruth Towler, both of Chatham. S ubmited by Carolyn Aldredge

[NI572] Name:    Randolph Winiford Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Pittsyl vania State:    Virginia  Birth Date:    17 Jan 1898  Race:    White  Roll:    1 985043 DraftBoard:    1  Sept 12 1918 Randolph Winiford Nuckols res Callands, Va age 20 Born Jan 17, 1898 Farmer empl by D E Nuckols Chatham, VA Tall, slender, blue eyes, light hair. 1930 Richmond , Richmond City, VA  4-20-1930        R Winifred Nuckols, head, 33, VA VA VA md 28        M Vivia?, wife, 29 VA VA VA md 22        R Winifred Nuckols, Jr, son, 2y7m The Charleston Daily Mail Charleston West Virginia 28 September 1935 Bankers Banquet will hear Nuckolls- Speaker- Randolph W Nuckols of the Fir st and Merchants National Bank of Richmond, VA

[DI575] Danville Register, Danville VA 11/12/1971 Mrs Hubbard Dies Enroute to Hospital Mrs Gertrude Nuckols, 72 wife of late Dewey Lee Nuckols was dead on arrival and Memorial Hospital. Born Pitts Co 10/17/1899 a dau of the late Daniel Edward Nuckols and late Rhoda Reynolds Nuckols. Member of Hollywood Baptist Church. Three sons, Rev John E Hubbard, NM, Charles B Hubbard, Roland Hubbard; four daughters Mrs Clifton R Gregory, Mrs David Payne, Mrs J E Greene, Miss Naomi Hubbard; three brothers R W Nuckols, W Bryan Nuckols, J R Rowland Nuckols; five sisters, Mrs W S Easley, Miss Kathleen Nuckols, Mrs Gladys N Wood, Mrs W W Anderson, Mrs H A Brumfield.

[DI576] Danville Register-Danville VA 6/4/1965 D L Hubbard Funeral Rites Set Saturday Funeral rites fo Dewey Lee Hubbard, 66, will be conducted Saturday morning at 11 o'clock in Hollywood Baptist Church. Burila will be in the church cemetery. Mr Hubbard, a native of Pittsylvania County and riesident of Chatham Rt 4 died early yesterday morning in Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient for five days. He was the husband of the former Gertrude Nuckols and was a member of the Hollywood Baptist Church. He was born August 22, 1898 and was the son of Mont and Emma Walker Hubbard. Surviving are 3 sons John E Hubbard of Pawnee, OK, Charles R Hubbard of Dry Fork and Roland Hubbar of Chatham; four daughters, Mrs Clifton R Gregory of Danville, Mrs David Payne of Dry Fork, Mrs J E Greene of Greensboro, NC, and Miss Naomi Hubbard of the home; 16 grandchildren and one great grandchild. He also leaves 3 brothers, Bob Hubbard of Chatham, Gilbert Hubbard and Mont Hubbard of Altavista, and seven sisters, Mrs Charles F Leek , Mrs T A Parrish, Mrs Wadie Taylor, Mrs Clyde Bennett Mrs John Robbins, Mrs Robert Perry of Mont Al and Miss hazel Hubbard of Warm Spgs Ga.

[DI597] Name:  «tab»Naomi R. Hubbard SSN: «tab»227-50-0798 Last Residence: «tab»24540  Danville, Danville City, Virginia, Born: «tab»21 Jan 1936 Died: «tab»15 May 2007 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (1956)

[DI598] Social Security Death Index about Gladys Wood Name: «tab»Gladys Wood SSN: «tab»228-22-1900 Last Residence: «tab»22980  Waynesboro, Waynesboro City, Virginia,  Born: «tab»14 Dec 1900 Died: «tab»Nov 1986 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[DI601] Richmond Times-Dispatch 1/25/1907 Mother and Child Pass Away Together Chatham VA- Jan 24- Mrs Rhoda Nuckols, wife of D E Nuckols of the county, near Rondo, died at her home Tuesday morning after an illness of a short duration from a complication of diseases. Her death was preceded three hours by that of her four year old son from grip and pneumonia, after a very short illness. Mrs Nuckols was a Miss Reynolds before her marriage. SHe is survived by her husband and five children. The interment was in the family cemetery Wednesday afternoon, conducted by Rev Ayler of the Baptist Churh of this place

[XI620] Straightstone Baptist Cemetery,

[NI621] Publication: Richmond Times-Dispatch 9/13/1992 Gretna -- Mrs. Janey Brumfield Nuckols , 82, homemaker, widow of Daniel Ed ward  Nuckols. Name: Janey B. Nuckols SSN: 224-68-6958 Last Residence: 24557  Gretna, Pittsylvania, Virginia, United States of Am erica Born: 12 May 1910 Died: 12 Sep 1992 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1964 )

[DI632] Danville Register, Danville, VA 12/16/1971 J R Nuckols Dies at age 56 Unexpectedly J Roland Nuckols, age 56 of Gretna Rt 1 died unexpectedly at his home yesterday. Born in Pittsylnavia County 2/23/1915 and was son of late Daniel Edward Nuckols and late Sadie Hubbard. Member of Straightstone Baptist Church. Survivors: wife Birdie Wooding Nuckols; two sons Lt John R Nuckols Jr Andrews AFB, MD adn West W Nuckols, Gretna Rt1; 2 dau, Capt Birdie Jean Nuckols, San Francisco CA and Miss Betsy Aileen Nuckols; 2 brothers R W Nuckols Richmond, W Bryan Nuckols, Chatham and 5 sisters, Mrs W S Easley, Miss Kathleen Nuckols, Mrs Gladys N Wood, Waynesboro, Mrs W W Anderson, Silver Spgs MD, and Mrs H A Brumfield, SC. Interment after services Straighstone Baptist Church Cemetery

[NI633] Roanoke Times, The (VA) - March 29, 1995 Deceased Name: NUCKOLS NUCKOLS, Birdie Wooding, 74, of Springfield, died Sunday, March 26, 199 5. Graveside service 1 p.m. Thursday in the Straightstone Baptist Church C emetery. Arrangements by Finch & Finch Funeral Home, Altavista. Name: Birdie W. Nuckols SSN: 227-62-3215 Last Residence: 22153  Springfield, Fairfax, Virginia, United States of Am erica Born: 28 Apr 1920 Died: 26 Mar 1995 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1963 )

[DI634] NUCKOLS, John Roland Jr., 62, of Asheville, N.C., formerly of Sandston, Va.,died October 29, 2008. He is survived by his daughter, Denise Madar and husband, Scott, of Alexandria, Va.; his sons, Eric and wife, Kelly, of Centreville, Va. and Daniel of Blacksburg, Va.; and four grandchildren, Tessa, Willa and Lachlan Madar, and Austin Nuckols. John is also survived by two sisters, Birdie Jean Nuckols and husband, James Corr, and Betsy Fisher; and his brother, West Nuckols, all of the Richmond, Va. area. Born September 20, 1946, in Danville, Va., John graduated from Virginia Tech with degrees in accounting. As a Certified Public Accountant, John worked for many years as assistant comptroller for the RF&P railroad. He ended his career with the Internal Revenue Service and retired to Asheville,  N.C. The family will welcome friends for a memorial gathering at Nelsen Funeral Home, 4650 Laburnum Ave, Richmond, Va. 23231 on November 22, 2008 at noon. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in John's name may be made to the Virginia Tech Foundation, Inc., 902 Prices Fork Road, Blacksburg, Va.24061-Published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch on 11/15/2008

[XI634] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about John Nuckols Name: «tab»John Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»20 Sep 1946 Death Date: «tab»29 Oct 2008 Branch 1: «tab»AF Enlistment Date 1: «tab»16 Aug 1970 Release Date 1: «tab»29 Nov 1972

[DI636] Lynchburg News and advance West Wooding Nuckols, 55, of Virginia Beach died Friday, April 17, 2009. He is survived by his wife, Laurie, and two sisters, Birdie Jean Nuckols and husband, James Corr, and Betsy Fisher, all of the Richmond, area. West is also survived by a niece, Denise Madar of Alexandria; two nephews, Eric Nuckols of Centreville and Daniel Nuckols of Blacksburg; and four grandnieces and grandnephews. He was predeceased by his parents, John Roland Nuckols and Birdie Wooding Nuckols, and his brother, John R. Nuckols Jr. In addition to his human survivors, West was survived by his four-legged "sons," Texas and Chuck, with whom he shared countless hours of companionship and joy.  Born Jan. 26, 1954, in Lynchburg, West graduated from Gretna High School and received an associate degree from Central Virginia Community College in computer programming. After initial programming employment with J. Crew in Lynchburg, West moved to Richmond and began a series of programming jobs in the banking and financial services arenas, working both as an in-house programmer and as a contractor to multiple businesses. In 2008, he changed his focus from financial services to health care and began a programming job with Sentara in Virginia Beach.  Those who knew West were truly blessed by his winning smile, his quick wit and giving nature. He was an everymanat home with himself and the world. His door was always open and he was happiest when surrounded by music and family or friends. He was a country boy through and through who never forgot his roots nor friends from "back home." Once you were West's friend, you were a friend for life, resulting in a huge network of friends. He devoted Saturday mornings to calling old friends and renewing bonds.   With West, every day was special and to be enjoyed--whether it promised a big adventure (a trip to the Caribbean or a Blues Festival) or something simple (a road trip in his beloved Mustang GT convertible with the top down to view fall foliage). He had landed at his dream job with an apartment in walking distance to the beach. He looked forward to summer and hosting droves of friends. Sadly, West's plan to enjoy long walks on the beach with his new puppy Chuck were cut short by a sudden and severe illness. The world is sadder and the sun less bright with his passing. He will be so greatly missed.  Graveside services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 25, 2009, at Straightstone Baptist Church, 4660 Straightstone Road, Long Island. The family will gather with friends immediately following the service.   The Christian Children's Fund, 2821 Emerywood Parkway, Richmond, VA 23294, www.christian

[DI637] Social Security Death Index about William Nuckols Name: «tab»William Nuckols SSN: «tab»223-50-8599 Last Residence: «tab»24531  Chatham, Pittsylvania, Virginia, Born: «tab»15 Sep 1917 Died: «tab»Feb 1987 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (1955 )

[DI638] Name:  «tab»Nancy M. Nuckols SSN: «tab»228-82-2138 Last Residence: «tab»24531  Chatham, Pittsylvania, Virginia, Born: «tab»31 Oct 1919 Died: «tab»7 Feb 2001 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (1969 )

[DI639] Name: William B. Nuckols SSN: 229-54-5964 Last Residence: 24531  Chatham, Pittsylvania, Virginia Born: 3 Nov 1942 Died: 7 Nov 2006 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1958-1959 )

[NI647] 1930 Kenton Co, Ludlow, KY 4-14-1930 Clarence Nuchols, 28 VA VA VA md 22 Helen, wife, 27, VA, md 21 Clarence Jr, son, 5y1m VA

[DI650] Name:  «tab»Laura P. Nuckols SSN: «tab»226-24-8094 Last Residence: «tab»24541  Danville, Danville City, Virginia, Born: «tab»21 Jun 1908 Died: «tab»29 Dec 1996

[DI653] Name:  «tab»Irene G Ludemann Birth Date: «tab»1911 Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Residence County: «tab»Wood Residence State: «tab»Ohio Residence Country: «tab»United States Death Date: «tab»12 Sep 1959 Hospital of Death: «tab»Home City of Death: «tab»Wood County County of Death: «tab»Wood Certificate: «tab»67588 Age at Death: «tab»48 Certifier: «tab»Physician Autopsy: «tab»Yes, used for certification Marital Status: «tab»Married

[DI654] Name:  «tab»Albert F Ludemann Birth Date: «tab»16 Feb 1914 Birth County: «tab»Henry Birth State: «tab»Ohio Birth Country: «tab»United States Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Hispanic Origin: «tab»Not Hispanic (Latino) Residence County: «tab»Henry Residence State: «tab»Ohio Residence Country: «tab»United States Death Date: «tab»13 Jul 1992 Death Time: «tab»12:40 PM Hospital of Death: «tab»Long-Term Care Facilities County of Death: «tab»Henry Certificate: «tab»051753 Age at Death: «tab»78 Certifier: «tab»Physician Referred to Coroner: «tab»No Autopsy: «tab»No Filing Date: «tab»16 Jul 1992 Hospital Status: «tab»Other/Nursing Home Injury in Ohio: «tab»Yes Type Place of Injury: «tab»Unspecified Place Social Security Number: «tab»273-16-2331 Father's Surname: «tab»Ludemann Mother's Maiden Name: «tab»Meyer Marital Status: «tab»Married Education: «tab»8 Industry of Decedent: «tab»Railroads Occupation of Decedent: «tab»Railroad brake, signal, and switch operators Primary Registration District: «tab»3500

[DI670] Social Security Death Index about Cecil M. Tuck Name: «tab»Cecil M. Tuck «tab» SSN: «tab»230-12-8191 Last Residence: «tab»24137  Penhook, Franklin, Virginia,  Born: «tab»28 Apr 1915 Died: «tab»2 Mar 2000 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[DI672] Social Security Death Index about Virginia G. Blair Name: «tab»Virginia G. Blair «tab» SSN: «tab»226-42-1520 Last Residence: «tab»24531  Chatham, Pittsylvania, Virginia,  Born: «tab»1 Jan 1912 Died: «tab»31 Mar 1996 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (1951)

[DI673] Social Security Death Index about David Blair Name: «tab»David Blair «tab» SSN: «tab»223-16-5972 Last Residence: «tab»24531  Chatham, Pittsylvania, Virginia,  Born: «tab»15 Dec 1909 Died: «tab»Dec 1971 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[DI674] Social Security Death Index about Samuel Ben Goggin Name: «tab»Samuel Ben Goggin «tab» SSN: «tab»231-14-7502 Last Residence: «tab»24112  Martinsville, Martinsville City, Virginia, Born: «tab»25 Jan 1915 Died: «tab»Jan 1987 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[DI675] Social Security Death Index about Victoria M. Goggin Name: «tab»Victoria M. Goggin «tab» Last Residence: «tab»24115  Martinsville, Martinsville City, Virginia Born: «tab»22 Oct 1916 Died: «tab»1 Jul 2007 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[NI676] Attended Tomahawk Grade school, Chase City Academy, Chase City VA. 1899 Ro anoke Female College( Now Averett College), Danville VA 1900.

[NI677] Attended Milligan College, Bristol, Tenn, Business Administration, VA., Bu siness College, 1898 Richmond VA.

[NI678] Attended Towler Grade School, Climax High School, Averett College, Danvil le VA. 1917-1921 Farmville VA.

[NI679] Attended Climax High School; V.P.I. Blacksburg VA. Smithdeal Business Coll ege, Richmond VA.

[NI682] Attended Collands High School, pre-dental V.P.I., Blacksburg VA, DMD 19 27 Med. College of VA Richmond VA.

[NI684] Attended Collands High School; V.P.I. Blacksburg,VA.; Medical College of V A, Richmond VA.

[NI686] Collands High School; WIlliam and Mary College, Williamsburg VA.

[NI691] Mr. John Smith , Paul Harrelson , son of Paul Harrelson , decd. leases to Henry Power , land which his father purchased of James Nuckels the 29th Dec. 1725 , adj. Mr. John Smith . Mar. 5, 1734 . Land Processionings  19 ___ 1731 Jonathan Ashworth, James Brewer, Samuel Bumpass, William Clopton's Orphans, Cornelius Dabney, Thomas Dickenson, Mary Englis widow, David Gwin overseer, John Haden, William Hanes, Charles Hudson, James Nuckles overseer, Anthony Pate, Adam Rutherford, Benjamin Whealer 1735 Asked that the precint be divided: Jonathan Ashworth, James Brewer, Widdow Broadhurst (Thomas Massie appeared), William Clopton's orphans, Corn elius Dabney, Thomas Dickenson, Mary English, David Gwin, William Hains, J ohn Hanes, Gent Charles Hudson, Edmund Massie, Danile Maupin, William Meridith, James Nuchols, Anthony Pate (Rowland Blackthorn appeared), Adam Rutherford, Benjamin Whealer The Valentine Papers, Vol 1-4, 1864-1908 Crenshaw Family   Hanover County Records David Crenshaw , Witness, to lease from James Nuckolls to James Overton, Gent. of 414 acres on both sides of Elk Creek . July 3d, 1735 . Vol. 1, p. 268. 1744 Land Processioning Martin Baker, Rowland Blackthorne, James Brewer, Samuel Bumpass, William Clopton's orphans, Cornelius Dabney, Thomas Kickinson, John England's orphans, Jeremiah Frazier, David Gwin overseer, William Hains, John Harper, John Haynes, Maj Kimbrough, Edmund Moses, Thomas Moses, James Nuckolds overseer, Edward Pate, Adam Rutherford, Robert Wathen. 3/23/1744/45?  Land Processioning James Ashworth, James Brewer, Widdow Broadhurst, Samuel Bumpass, William C lopton's orphans, Cornelius Dabney, Thomas Dickson, Mary English, David Gw in overseer, John Hayden, Charles Hudson, William Haynes, Edmund Massie, James Nuckolds overseer, Anthony Pate, Adam Rutherford, Benjamin Whealer. A sked that the precinct be divided and that land of: Martin Baker, Samule Bumpass, William Clopton's orphans, John English orphans, John Hayden, Maj Kimbrough, Edmund Massie , Thomas Massie, James Nuckolds. Acquired Land on the Little River, then in St Paul's Parish, later in St. Martin's Parish, still later in Frederickville Parish, still later in T rinity Parish, all because of shifting parish boundaries, not by changing of residence. Shifting county boundaries also put his property eventually in Louisa Co. Hanover Co, VA Bk A p157 Deed  8 Oct 1744  James Nuckolls Sr.of Hanover Co. "unto my loving son James Nuckolls Jr." my plantation and 200ac in Louisa Co.", lyi ng in the fork of the Little River joining on the south fork of the River (James). Witnesses, Abraham Gedells(?), ? Kimbrough, Charles Nuckolls. David Earl McKercher in his web page states that James II was repor ed to be of Welsh descent and that he served as a surgeon in General Staring's army.  There is no source given for this.

[DI691] Hanover Co, VA Bk A p157 Deed  8 Oct 1744  James Nuckolls Sr.of Hanover Co. "unto my loving son James Nuckolls Jr." my plantation and 200ac in Louisa Co.", lyi ng in the fork of the Little River joining on the south fork of the River (James). Witnesses, Abraham Gedells(?), ? Kimbrough, Charles Nuckolls.

[NI692] Husbands will Probate Record 1767 - LOUISA CO, VA SOURCE Dennis J. Yancey 1777- Lists of tithes from Trinity Parish: Keziah Nuckols....7 (History of Louisa Co, VA pg 170) From Order Books & Chauncery Records of Mecklenburg County: Chuncery Court 19 June 1810 - Mecklenburg County Plaintiffs: Absalom Yancey, Robert Yancey, Zachariah Yancey, Thomas Yancey, William Nuckolls, Richard Nuckolls, Lewis Nuckolls, Mary Armstrong, John Thomps on & Elizabeth his wife, Austin Hancock & Ann his wife, Keziah Nuckolls, Patsy Nuckolls, Patsy Watkins, Anne Watkins, James Green & Ann his wife, Abel Gregory & Elizabeth his wife, William Overby & Susannah his wife, Charles Yancey, Dolly Yancey, Anthony Lumpkin & wife Mary, Abby Yancey, William Beadles & wife Ann, Richard Davenport, Bazel Thompson, (Kitty, Rhoda, Mary, John, Yancey, Francis & William Thompson) - infants sue by William Beadles, (Charles, Dolly & Abby [above mentioned] are infants and sue by Zachariah their next friend). Vs. Defendants: Lewis Tapp & wife Jane, Martha, Ann, Keziah, Mary, Absalom, Charles, Willi am & Elijah Yancey - rep. of Charles Yancey decd. The defts. not appearing in court it appears they are not inhabitants of t his commonwealth - ord. to be here 3rd Monday in October next.  Which to be published in Newspaper in town Richmond for 8 weeks successively & posted at court days at front door courthouse. 20 November 1810 In this suit Thompson infants sue by William Thompson, published notice has been given.  It is ordered that of the 432 acres mentioned in complainents bill & which was patented to Charles dec and conveyed by a former decr ee of this court to John Lewis together with 425A pat. to William Yancey to be sold to highest bidder for cash & credit. William, Thomas, Charl es & his representatives to be reimbursed for taxes.Bal proceeds to be divided into 8 [eight] parts. 1( One] each to: [1/8 part to: ]  Absalom Yancey [1/8 part to: ]  Robert Yancey [1/8 part to: ]  Zachariah Yancey [1/8 part to: ]  Thomas Yancey 1/8 part to be paid to representatives of Keziah Nuckolls decd - Richard, Lewis & William Nuckolls, Mary Armstrong, John Thompson & wife Elizabeth, Austin Hancock & wife Ann, Keziah Nuckolls, remaining 1/8 of same part to be divided between Pasty & Ann Watkins. 1/8 part to be paid representatives of Lewis Yancey decd - divided into four parts: To William Beadle & wife Ann, Richard Davenport, Bazel Thompson, & infant children of Sarah Thompson decd - 1/7th to each - Kitty, Mary, Rhoda, John, Yancey, Francis, & William Thompson. 1/8 part to be paid to representatives of Richard Yancey, the younger, decd - in seven equal parts to: James Green & wife Ann, Abel Gregory & Elizabeth, William Overby & Susannah, Anthony Lumpkin & Mary, Charles, Abby & Dolly Yancey. Remaining 1/8 part to be divided among defendants: 8 equal parts: Lewis Tapp & wife, Martha, Ann, Keziah, Mary, Absalom, Charles, and Elijah Yancey. Taxes & Cost to be paid first. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- [NOTE BY COMPILER:  Although it is uncertain under what circumstances these court proceedings and legal actions were taken - the records show the proceeds being distributed in eight equal parts among eight children of Richard and Mary Yancey - or in those cases where the child was deceased - among the grandchildren of Richard and Mary.  This is one of the few documents that pretty much proves that Richard had eight children who lived to adulthood and left children and also lists those grandchildren living (in 1810) that descend  from four of his deceased children: Keziah, Lewis, Richard Jr. & Charles.  At least two other of Richard's children: Joseph & Hezekiah Yancey had died prior to this date without leaving any descendants. RICHARD & MARY YANCEY OF MECKLENBURG COUNTY - COURT RECORDS Order Book 8 page 525 - 1795 John Lewis vs. Edmund Taylor, Charles Yancey Exr & son of Richard Yancey, Absalom Yanc ey - son of sd. decedent, William Yancey - eldest son of sd decedent, Robert Yancey and Richard Yancey also sons of said decedent, and Zachariah Yancey, Keziah Nuckolls daughter of sd decedent. The subpoena against the deft. Complainants wants clear title of land bought of Edmund Taylor - wants tit le from Yancey heirs. [Note from Compiler:  In the above record William Yancey is referr ed to as the eldest son. One should be careful in interpreting this - it is thoug ht by some that this  might have meant that he was the eldest 'living' s on - but that his brother Lewis may actually have been the oldest son of R ichard.] History fo Louisa Co, VA pg170 list of tithes in 1777 from Trinity Parish, Keziah Nuckols....7 Louisa Co, VA Book: F, Page: 451, Grantor: Nuckolls, Keziah, Grantee: Nuckolls, Willia m, Date: 13-Jul-1759 [no abstract] Book: H, Page: 93, Grantor: William Shelton and Mary, his wife, Grantee: R ichard Anderson, Date: 19-Nov-1779 William Shelton and Mary, his wife, of Louisa to Richard Anderson of same £295 on Rockey Branch by survey of William Pettit containing 1521/2 acres, 70 acres of which William Shelton bought of Benjamin Cook and 82 1/6 acres he bought of Vincent Tullock adjoining Capt. Nathaniel Pope, John Bullock, James Terry, Charles Colley, Kezeah Nuckolls with appurtenances. Sig. William Shelton and Mary (x) Shelton. wit. Robert Goodwin, Thomas Davis, Cyrus Davis, Robert Wilson. Early Descendants of William Overton & Elizabeth Waters of Virginia by W P Anderson, Cincinnati, OH 1938 pg- Robert Harris (d 1799 Louise Co W B 4 Pg109-MHH) lived near Little Riv er in Louisa, m about 1775 Mezapina (1) Walton will prob Sept 1811 (dau of John Walton of Hanover). Issue: Benj Harris Amelia Harris m Duke Cosby Martha Burnett Harris b 10/12/1782 m Ricahrd Mantlo Joseph Harris Richard Harris m Miss Nuckolls Robert Harris Thomas Harris Nancy Rice Harris (1) B.B. "j" pg80 Dec 8, 1800. Deed between Richard Nuckolls of Tennessee and his attorney William Cook, to Mezzipina, "widow and relect of Robert Harris, dec'd" and the said Amelia, wife of Duke Cosby, Benjamin Harris, Robert Harris, Martha Burnett, wife of Richard Mantlo, Joseph, Thoma s, Richard, Nancy Rice Harris, all children and distributees of said Robert Harris, land on Little River N & S side of Beach Branch. Richard Nuckol ls had sold this land to Robert Harris but never deeded it. His mother, Kiziah Nuckolls had resided there. Louisa Co, VA Court notes by my sister, Jessie Penfleton Spencer-JSA

[NI693] Hanover Co, VA Bk2 p29  5 Jan 1767   Will of Charles Nuckolls VA I, CHARLES NUCKOLLS, of Louisa County do make and ordain this my last   will and Testament in manner and form following Imprimis I lend unto my beloved wife, KEZIAH all my estate, both real and personal during her  widowhood and in case she should marry, my will and desire is that she may peaceably possess of my land and two of my slaves names Paul and Lucy during her natural life.  Then I give and bequeath unto my two son JAMES and WILLIAM after the decease of wife KEZIAH, all my land to be equally divided between them and to their heirs and assigns forever, amy will and desire is that if either of the above mentioned sons should die without lawful issue, or before they attain to the age of twenty-one years, that then his part of the land shall descend to my son RICHARD his heirs and assigns forever and in case either of my above mentioned sons should die without lawful issue , or before they attain to the age of twenty-one years and that then his part shall descend to my son LEWIS and to his heirs and assigns forever.  For this my will and desire is that at the marriage or death of my widow, that the remainder of my estate shall be equally divided amongst those of my children that are not possess of my land and further my will and desire is that in case wife should die before my children have got sufficient schooling, that then there shall be a sum sufficient raised out of my estate to maintain and school them and at age fifteen my will and desire is that my sons shall be bound'out to good trades till they attain the age of twenty years and I appoint CAPT.WADDY THOMPSON, SAMU EL NUCKOLLS and JOHN BULLOCK Executors of this my last will and Testament as witnessed by my hand and seal this fifth day of January in the year of our Lord One Thousand and Seven Hundred and Sixty Seven. Sealed & delivered in the presence of: WILLIAM SHELTON JOHANN WATKINS JAMES BULLOCK CHARLES NUCKOLLS.  At the court held for Louisa County, November 9th, 1767.  This will was this day proved in open court by the oath of WILLIAM SHELTON, JOHANN WATKINS and JAMES BULLOCK witnessed the reto by the court and deemed to  be recorded JOHN NELSON CC Bk A pg 127-128  13 Feb 1743 John Foster of Fredericksville Par. Louisa Co, and Ann his wife, to Shirwood Harris of same 15 pounds currt money. 1 04 acres and plantation on both sides of Cubb Creek in Fredericksville Par ....Wm Harris' line; purchased by sd Foster by Indenture of Feoffment 13 F eb 1742 of Laurence Redman and acknowledged in Louisa Co. Wit: Jeremiah Glen, Charles Nuckolls June 1745 Book A pg 188 Benjamin Brown of St Martin's Par, Hanover Co ., to Charles Nuckolls of St Paul's Par., Hanover Co..80 Pounds currt. mon ey. 29 acres in Fredericksville Par.... James Nuckold's corner...Charles B arrett's corner..to Little River, down same to mouth of Billeys Branch. Wi t: James Yancy, John Lane. Louisa Co, Deed Book B, Page 82,Book B, Page 82 1 Jul 1755 Benjamin Bibb of Louisa Co. to Charles Nuckols for L40 currt money.Negro manslave Isa ac ....If sd Bibb do pay $40 pounds on or before 28 Dec. next, deed here in to be void. Wit: Charles Beckley, Saml Winston, Charles Barrett W.B. 2 p 29 Will of Charles Nuckolls. Wife Sarah Keziah. Sons: Jas., Wm ., Richard, Lewis. To sons James and William, all my land equally. Excors .: Capt. Waddy Thompson, Saml. Nuckolls, John Bullock. Dated 5 January 175 7. Signed: Charles Nuckolls. Wit.:Wm. Shelton, Isham Watkins, James Philip s. Rcd. 9 November 1767 Book B pg117-118 April 24, 1761 Richard Bullock of Granville Co, North Carolina to Charles Nuckolls of Fredericksville Par, Louisa Co; 610 Pounds cu rrt. money; 44 acres in Fredericksville...(partial) W.B.2 p 30 Bond of James Bullock, Exor. of Charles Nuckoll's est. Bondsmen: Jas. Bullock, Frederick Harris. Amount L 1000 Dated and rcd. 9 Nov 17 67 Signed John Bullock, James Bullock, Fred K Harris Louisa Co Guardian Bonds p115-116-GDN BOND John Nuckols Gdn to Lewis and Keziah Nuckols, orphans of Charles Nuckolls Dec'd; L1200 currt. money; Sec. James Nuckols. 10-12-1783 Richmond Enquirer 11-17-1812 pg 4 Virginia- At rules holden in the Clerk's Office of the Superior Court of C hancery for the Richmond District, the 12th day of October 1812. Richard Nuckolls, Lewis Nuckolls, Mary Armstrong, James Watkins and Nancy his wife, Austin Hancock and Ann his wife, John Thompson and Elizabeth his wife, Keziah Nuckolls, which said Richard, Lewis, Mary Nancy, Ann, Elizabeth and Keziah, with William Nuckolls, are children, heirs at law and distributees of Charles Nuckolls, deceased, who was a son of James Nuckolls, the elder deceased, Charles Nuckolls, Thomas, John, Nathaniel, Samuel and Mary Nuckolls, Sarah Grunnell and John Hughson and Lucy his wife, which said Charles, Thomas, John, Nathaniel, Samuel, Mary, Sarah and Lucy, are children, heirs at law and distributees of James Nuckolls dec'd who was also a son of James Nuckolls, the elder, deceased. Against William Nuckolls, John Nuckolls, Henrietta Harris, Ann Mallory, Lucy Duke, Marston Duke, John Duke and James Duke, children of Elizabeth Duke, Marietta Thompson, an infant under the age of twenty-one years, by Braxton Bird and Mary his wife, their guardians; Mary T Anderson and Elizabeth Anderson, the only children of Lucy Anderson dec'd who was Lucy Thompson, sister to John Thompson and wife to Alexander Anderson, by the said Alexander Anderson their father and next friend, John Kilby and Elizabeth his wife, who was Elizabeth Thompson, another sister to the said John and Nathaniel Thompson, which said John, Nathaniel, Elizabeth and Lucy were the children of Mary Thompson, who was Mary Nuckolls, Christopher Wingfield and Elizabeth his wife, and Nancy Hix by her father and guardian Joseph Hix, which said Elizabeth and Nancy are children of Nancy Hix, wife of Joseph Hix, who was Nancy Nuckolls, Defendants.     The defendants John Nuckolls and Henrietta Harris , not having entered their appearance and given security according to the set of assembly and the rules of this court, and it ap pearing by satisfactory evidence that they are not inhabitants of this country ---- It is ordered that the sadi defendants do appear here on the first day of the next term and answer the bill of the plaintiffs and that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published in the city of Richmond for two months successively and posted at the front door of the capitol in the said city.  A copy Teste, Wm W Henning, C.C

[NI694] Natioaanl Banner, and Daily Advertiser, Feb 15 1834 Died at her rsidence in Robertson County Tennessee on 21st of January 183 4, Mrs Temperence Nuckolls, wife of Dr Richard Nuckolls, aged 70 years- T he deceased was a native of Louisa County Virginia and was among the fir st who emigrated to the land which now contains her remains. She had be en a member of the Baptist Church upwards of 40 years. Her loss will be lo ng and sorely lamented by her numerous circle of friends and relatives.

[NI695] Early Descendants of William Overton & Elizabeth Waters of Virgin ia by W P Anderson, Cincinnati, OH 1938 pg- Robert Harris (d 1799 Louise Co W B 4 Pg109-MHH) lived near Little Riv er in Louisa, m about 1775 Mezapina (1) Walton will prob Sept 1811 (d au of John Walton of Hanover). Issue: Benj Harris Amelia Harris m Duke Cosby Martha Burnett Harris b 10/12/1782 m Ricahrd Mantlo Joseph Harris Richard Harris m Miss Nuckolls Robert Harris Thomas Harris Nancy Rice Harris (1) B.B. "j" pg80 Dec 8, 1800. Deed between Richard Nuckolls of Tenness ee and his attorney William Cook, to Mezzipina, "widow and relect of Robert Harris, dec'd" and the said Amelia, wife of Duke Cosby, Benjamin Harris, Robert Harris, Martha Burnett, wife of Richard Mantlo, Joseph, Thomas, Richard, Nancy Rice Harris, all children and distributees of said Robert Harris, land on Little River N & S side of Beach Branch. Richard Nuckolls had sold this land to Robert Harris but never deeded it. His mother, Kiziah Nuckolls had resided there. Louisa Co, VA Court notes by my sister, Jessie Penfleton Spencer-JSA Richard and Temperance came to Tenn in 1792. This on his tombstone, which also shows where he was born and that he was a baptist. He was a veter an of the Rev War having enlisted at the age of 16 and served for 3month periods until end of the war. He was at the surrender of Cornwallis, War se rvice record found in Washington DC. DC.S file No 4627 Vol 192, file S46 27 record group 15a. He was granted a pension of $63.33 per annum. With h im to Tenn came his bro-in-law, Martin Walton, who was also in the Rev War in the same outfit, both from Louisa Co, VA. They came to Robertson C o, TN and when the town of Springfield was laid off, Richard Nuckolls bought some of the first lots sold. The will of Richard is recorded in Will Bo ok # 8 page 85, Robertson Co, Courthouse. The tombstones of Richard and wife Temperance can be found on what is the Old Nuckolls farm, four miles out from Springfield, Rt # 3. The farm has been sold and resold and divided into several small farms. The old graveyard was in a 20 acre plot in the middle of the farm. This plot is now part of the Henry Choate farm. Most of the tombstones have been carted off and used for all sort of purposes, even to building the foundations to a bridge across the creek. Mr. Choate retrieved the tombstones of Richard and Temperance and placed them in their original places - the foot markers are still there. They are the only ones left in the graveyard. They are of marble and each broken in half, but the lettering on them still plain. Robertson Co TN Will Bk 8, pg 85Will of Richard NUCKOLLS In the name of God Amen, I Richard NUCKOLLS of the County of Robertson a nd the State of Tennessee being of sound mind and possessing a disposing memory and knowing that it is appointed for all to die, and having accumulated in life aportion of this worldly goods and feel a dispostion to dispo se of the same in manner and form followingTo wit,First my will and desire that at the time of my death should I owe any just debt or debts that the same shall be paid by my executor herein after n amed out of my estate and also my funeral expenses. Secondly I give and bequeath to my daughter Tabitha FOOTE my bassin tract of  land wherever she now lives containing two hundred and twenty eight acres more or less. Also my negro boy Jacob to be by her freely used and occupied  possessed and enjoyed also a woman named Esther and negro___. Thirdly I give and bequeath to my son Sterling NUCKOLLS one negro boy named  Jim to be by him freely possessed and by him and his heirs forever. Fourthly I give and bequeath to my daughter Eleanor LONG one negro man nam ed Edom and one negro boy named Anthony and a negro girl named Rebecca to be freely posessed and enjoyed by her and her heirs forever. Fifthly I give and bequeath to my son John NUCKOLLS one negro boy named Ned to  be by him and his heirs freely possessed and enjoyed forever. Sixtly I give and bequeath to my son Lewis NUCKOLLS one half of the tract of  land whereon I now live containing four hundred and ninety nine acres more or  less, also one tract of land in the War tract containing eighty two acres more or less, also one negro woman named Sabina to be by him and his heirs freely  possessed and enjoyed forever. Seventhly I give and bequeath to my son Richard NUCKOLLS one negro boy named Allen, one negro girl named Mary to be by him and his heirs freely possessed  and enjoyed forever. Eighthly I give and bequeath to my son William NUCKOLLS the other one half of  the tract of and whereon I now live as before mentioned, also one negro girl  named Louisa to be by him and his heirs freely possessed and enjoyed forever. Ninethly my will and desire is that all the balance of my estate of whatev er  kind or nature it may be not herein specially directed and the proceeds  thereof to be equally divided amongst all my children before mentioned . Tenthly and lastly I hereby constitute nominate my son Lewis NUCKOLLS whole and sole executor of this my last will and Testament hereby making all other or former wills by me heretofore made satisfying and confining this to be my last will and testament in the presence of the subscribing witnesses. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this nineteen th day of June one thousand eight hundred and thiry four. signed, Richard NUCKOLLS Signed and acknowledged in our presence and tested in the presence of the testator and tested in the presence of the testator Test, W. SEAL, Jo hn HUTCHISON and G CHILDRESS.Probated August term 1835. The foregoing last will and testament of Richard Nuckolls Dec' was presented in court for probate and thereupon came William Seal, John Hutchinson a nd George Childress subscribing witnesses thereto who being first sworm and deposed and say that they were acquainted with Richard Nuckolls and Testator and that he acknowledged the same in their presence upon the day it bears date to be his last will and testament and that he was in his proper mind. The court therefore ordered that it be recorded. Lousia Co, VA Deed Book  I , Page 330 11 Sep 1797 Richard Nuckols and Temperance Nuckols (wife) to William Terry   £45  for 25 acres .on the waters of Little River on the east side of Lasley Branch to Baileys Branch ..... Deed Book  I , Page 460 11 Sep 1797 Richard Nuckols and Temperance Nuckols (wife)  she can't trave l... Burial info: Richard and Temperance Nuckolls graves. They are on private property wi th a locked gate. The people keep horses in the pasture where the graves are at. My mother is standing between their graves since their stones have since been broken by the horses. The owner had lived on the land f or 7 years and did not know where both graves. When I found where they should be at, I uncovered his since his was broken at the time and her's was not. The owner told me that we could put up a fence around the sites to protect them. Since that time, her's has been broken. :(. There appear to be at least 5 graves there. The other 3 are just small stones. The re are enough of us descendants from these 2 people that if each of us cou ld just put $1 into a fund to protect these graves and repair their markers. He could be given a veterans marker since he was a veteran of the American Revolutionary War. I have the paper work, but need to submit the facts. We would need at least 100 feet of chain link fence and a gate. My mother has 50 feet now for our using. I also have other pictures before her 's got broken and before his got worse than what it is now. Jerry Stout The Early Descendants of WIlliam Overton and Elizabeth Waters of Virgin ia and Allied Families, W P Anderson, Cincinnati Ohio 1938 Robert Harris (d 1799 Louisa Co, VA WB 4 pg 109) lived near Little Riv er in Louisa County m c 1755 Mezapina Walton. Will probated Sept 1811. S he d/o John Walton of Hanover Co. Issue: Benjamin, Amelia m Duke Cosby, Ma rtha m Richard Mantlo, Joseph , Richard m Miss Nuckolls, Robert, Thomas and Nancy Rice Harris. D.B. "J" pg 80 Dec 8 1800 Deed between Richard Nuckolls of Tennessee and his attorney William Cook to Mezzipina, widow and relect of Robert Harris deceased, and the said Amelia wife of Duke Cosby, Benjamin Harris, Robert Harris, Burnette, wife of Richard Mantlo, Joseph, Thomas, Richard, Nancy Rice Harris, all children and distributes of said Robert Harris, land on Little River N & S Side of Beach Branch. Richard Nuckolls had sold this land to Robert Harris but never deeded it. His mother Kiziah Nuckolls had resided there. Lousia County Va court notes by my sister, Jessie Pendleton Spencer-JSA Robertson County, Tennessee Deed: Page 224 6 August 1805 JAMES MENEES TO RICHARD NUCKOLES, ET AL, This indenture made, this 6th day of August, in the year of our Lord, one thousand Eight hundred & five, between James Menees Sheriff of Roberts on County, of the one part, and Richard Nuckles and Thomas Johnson of the County, aforesaid of the other part: Witnesseth, That, Whereas by a writ of Venditioni exponas founded on a Judgement obtained by an original attachment John Carr, against Samuel Glover, Administrator of William Glover, dec's. Issued from the Court of Pleas & Quartersession for the said County of Robertson at July Term, 1801, directed to the Sheriff of Robertson County aforesaid requiring him the said Sheriff to sell one tract of land containing 640 acres lying in Roberts on County on Sycamore Creek by which writ the said Sheriff was the cause to be made the sum of Forty Three & 36 1/2, Dollars to satisfy the Judg ement aforesaid and a further sum of $7.98 1/2 as fees of Officer accruing on the suit aforesaid, and whereas the said James Menees did in pursuance of the writ aforesaid exposed to public sale agreeable to law the land aforesaid containing 640 acres butted and bounded as follows, to wit: Beginning at a gum and hickory saplin; running West 80 chains to a white oak; thence South 80 chains to a gum; thence East 80 chains to a poplar; thence North to the beginning. On the 3rd Monday in October 1801, and selithe same to the said Richard Nuckles and Thomas Johnson who was the highest bidder for the sum of %57.O O, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged. Now the said Menees for and in consideration of %57.OO and the premises aforesaid and by virtue of the power and authority vested in him by law as Sheriff aforesaid doth by these presents bargain sell alien release convey and confirm unto the said Nuckles and Johnson, all that certain tract of land contained within the bounds aforesaid with all and singular the rights privileges and emlouments thereunto belonging or appertaining with all the advantages hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining, To have and to hold the same with the prem ises aforesaid to the only Troper benefit and behoof of them the said Richard Nuckles & Thomas Johnson their heirs and assigns forever. in witness Thereof, the said James Menees as Sheriff hath hereunto set his hand affixed his seal, the day and year first above written. Signed,James Menees, S.R. Co., with his seal affixed,.., Signed sealed and delivered in presence of Robertson County Court, August Term, 1805, this deed was acknowledged in Open Court by James Menees and ordered to be Registered. Test:Thomas Johns on C.R,Co. RICHARD NUCKOLLS REVOLUTIONARY RECORD & PENSION APPLICATION Service Record #13781 Private in the Company commanded by Captain White of the Regiment commanded by Colonel Taylor in the Virginia Troops. Pension recorded Book E Volume 7 Page 90 $63 33 per annum Pension Application #S~4627 State of Tennessee County of Robertson On this day being the 15th dayof May in the year 1833 personally appeared in in open court Richard Nuckolls a resident of said county and state of Tennessee aged about seventy one who first being duly sworn according to law doth on this oathmake the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of an act of Congress passed the 7th ~June 1832~ He states that he entered the service of the United States as a militia in the year 1778 under the following officers Captain John White and Lieutenant Henry Johnson this was at Albemarle barracks in the state of Virginia and served a tour of three months he did not leave this place. He recollect that two of the soldiers mutinied here their names were Norman Kid & Jord on Gibson, they were drummed out of camp after being whipped.~ He s of the impression that Col. Taylor & ______ ____ commanded after the time of 3 months had expired, the relief or as théy were called came a nd he was discharged. In the same year 1778 he was again called in for a tour of three months in the County of Louisa State of Virginia under Captain John White & Lieutenant H. Johnson the same officers that he first served under, He marched towards Hampton & Norfolk, and joined the main army as well as he now recollects at Richmond Virginia, He is not certain who was his commander in chief but he thinks it was General Meadows, Colonel Innis and Major Armstrong, after this service of 3 months He was again released and returned home. In the Year 1779 He was again called on for a tour of three months from the County of Louisa State of Virginia under Captain Richard Phillips, Lieutenant Merriwether. He went very near t he same route as above stated and under the same chief officers. He recollects in this tour that Major Armstrong got angry and challenged all the officers of the Regiment if they would come one at the time he was tried for some officers but acquitted, after his tour of 3 months had expired, he was released as he thinks at Gloster[Gloucester] in the State of Vir ginia and returned home. In the year 1780 He was again called in for a tour of three months from the same County & State under the command of Captain William Harries, Lieutenant Anthony Winston. His company he thinks joined the Regiment in the Co unty of Hanover under Colonel Taylor from this place we marched toward Gloster [Gloucester) and after marching and counter marching without anything particular happening, We were relieved at Hanover as he now recollec ts and returned home. In the year 1780 He was again called on for a tour of six months from t he same County & State under the command of Lieutenant Hezakiah Rice th is not being a full company we had no Captain We first went to Petersburg to wait for reinforcement to go to the south and after trying this so me short time. We were marched by Lieutenant Rice towardHampton and join ed the main army, as he thinks commanded by General Lafayette, We were ordered back to Petersburg to await the reinforcements for the purpose of going to the south, We remained there some considerable: time when they we re discharged. after a service of four months instead of six. No reinforcements having come as we expected and returned home Sick he recollects that he was hauled in a cart from Petersburg to Richmond and from there home. In the year 1781 He was again called out from the same County & State for a tour three months under the Command of Captain John White, Lieutenant Samuel Pettis from this we were marched to the siege of Little York when I arrived at Gloster [Gloucester] opposite Little York I was put in the company commanded by Colonel Mercer, We then had a fight with the British near Gloster [Gloucester] and we defeated them and we remained stationed between the two armies until Cornwallis surrendered, at the time of the surrender he was unwell and did not march with the army in to the town, but he saw the army march and the brittish [british] march out, General Washington was the Commander-in~chief at this place, soon after this he was discharged at Glouster [Gloucester] and I returned home and never was called in again after an actual service in the army of the United States Nineteen months, which he served as above stated, that he never recieved any written discharge & that he was drafted. He states that he was born in the county of Louisa State of Virginia in the year 1762 from that place I moved to the state of Tennessee Robertson County where I now live and where I have lived thirty three or thirty four years. He stated that he has no documentary evidence of his service, but he has a living witness to wit, Doctor Martin Walton who has a recollection of three of the tours of service as above stated, having served in the same tours with him and in the same company which certificates of the said Martin Walton which is hereto attached is referred to, He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or amnesty except the present and declares that his name is not on the pension roll of any agency in any state. He would state that Martin Walton & William Edwards as his neighbors and refers to their certificates here to attached. TEST: W. Seal cikRICHARD NUCKOLLS SR. This day appeared in open court Doctor Martin Walton a resident of Robertson County & State of Tennessee aged about seventy one years who first being sworn according to Law doth on his oath state that he is well acquainted with Richard Nuckolls the above applicant and has been for many years. He states that he has heard his declaration read and knew of the service of three of the above tours by the applicant having served with him the tour to Little York was one. He has a distinct recollection of the fact of leaving the applicant sick and that a cart was sent after him. Sworn in Open CourtMartin Walton TEST:W. Seal cik RICHARD NUCKELLS ROBERTSON COUNTY PRIVATE VIRGINIA LINE $63.33 ANNUAL ALLOWANCE $189.99 AMOUNT RECEIVED JUNE 17, 1833 PENSION STARTED AGE 72

[NI697] Surgeon in KY. Married and Had children, according to Bertha's book on page 25. According to Jean Harrison data, he never married and lived in Paducah, K Y. According to Ardath Edwards notes, he went to KY, which she took from Berthas book Bertha's Book shows this Richard born 1790, however I propose strong evidence to show otherwise. Also other evidence to support parentage. 1. 1820 Census of father Richard Nuckolls shows 2 male sons ages 16-18 born 1802-1804 and 3 male sons ages 16-26 born 1794-1804. John Walton born 1798, Lewis Walton born 1800 Starling married Jan 1, 1820 born 1792 but in this grouping. If Richard born 1790 he would have been over 26 years old.  Leaves us with 2 sons born William G  born 8/15/1804 and Richard born 10/27/1802 fitting perfectly. 2. Fits description of a surgeon in Kentucky 3. Family came to TN in 1792 so 1850 place of birth TN fits 4. Named in fathers will in 1835 , Richard in 1830 Census in Calloway Co, KY 5. No sons remaining in 1830 census , Richard Jr appears in 1830 6. 1840 Census and Tombstone spelled with 2 LL's 7. 2 slaves willed to him by his  father in 1835 Allen and Mary probably the slaves ages 26 and 23 in the 1850 slave schedules. 8. Mary Nuckolls, (slave named in fathers will) appears in the 1870 Census of Calloway Co, born c1810 agrees with the name of the female slave  in 1870 census. 1870 census Mary born in TN agrees with location with Richard Nuckolls Sr. 9.  Nuckolls buried in Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Calloway Co, KY are  the descendants of these slaves. He must have been a popular doctor, since 2 persons in Calloway Co KY were named after him" Name:  «tab»Richard Nuckolls Hurt Birth Date: «tab»7 Apr 1856 Birth County: «tab»Calloway Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Male Father's Name: «tab»H D Hurt Mother's Name: «tab»Mary A Clark County of Residence: «tab»Calloway Note-Named after Dr Nuckolls who delivered child Name:  «tab»Richard Nuckolls Smith Birth Date: «tab»6 Jul 1856 Birth County: «tab»Calloway Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Male Father's Name: «tab»Howel Smith Mother's Name: «tab»Jane Redding County of Residence: «tab»Calloway Note-Named after Dr Nuckolls who delivered child

[XI697] Dr Richard Nuckolls is buried in the Nuckolls Cemetery in Calloway Co, KY Located about 100 yards east of road intersection at Wadesboro, in the woods. His  slaves took his surname and are buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery, in Calloway Co, KY. Dr Richard tombstone 10/27/1802-10/10/1860.

[NI698] Family of Narcissa found on WFT Vol 48 Tree 386 Siblings, Benjamin Franklin , Nancy m William Crain, Isaac Wilson m Julet te Hammond Crook, America m Sackville Easter, Amanda m John A Bowers, Emi ly m Stephen Franklin Sparks Constitution of the Walnutgrove Baptist Church, State of Tennesse, Hardem an  County, March 4, 1850 On Monday after the first Lord’s day in March in the year of our Lord o ne thousand eight hundred and fifty, a convention of Brethren and Sister s, under the title of an arm of Piney Grove church, met at Walnut Grove me eting house, and after Divine Service, proceeded to the constituti on of a church at Walnut Grove, by the following named Brethren, who we re called as a presbytery for that purpose: The undersigned Brethern and Sisters were then regularly organized into t he Baptist  Church according to the Scriptural plan as we conceive, aft er which a charge was delivered to them by Bishop L. Savage upon the impor tance of their christian obligations and duties. Narcissus Nuckolls  (She was the last member to sign. # 27) CHURCH BOOK OF WALNUT GROVE CHURCH beginning with the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy . The undersigned Brethern and Sisters were then regularly organized into t he Baptist  Church according to the Scriptural plan as we conceive, aft er which a charge was delivered to them by Bishop L. Savage upon the impor tance of their christian obligations and duties. Narcissus Nuckolls

[NI699] Will Book # 5 p 106 Hardmen Co Court House TN. Burial prob. Nashville TN John and Starling were granted (five) 25 acre tracts of land (total of 1 25 acres) on the 8th day of May, 1826.  Certificates No. 2559, 2560, 256 1, 2562 and 2563 were listed to them both on the 6th day of March 1826.  T hese certificates were not signed by the Governor of Tennessee, William Ca rroll until the 2nd day of July 1827.

[NI700] Said to have a long flowing white beard that was plaited. He was said to h ave tucked it into his shirt as it extend below his waistline. 1880 Census Richard and Lucinda havea  grandson Allen age 4 months. HIs s on William Albert did not marry until 1881, so Allen could have been bo rn to him and maybe a first wife. Daughter Martha is still in the househol d, so could be her son also.

[NI702] No record of his civil war service: 2 possibilities Name: William N. Nuckles Company: F Unit: 1 (Turney's) Tennessee Infantry. Rank - Induction: Private Rank - Discharge: 2 Lieutenant Allegiance: Confederate Name: William H. Nuckles Company: D Unit: 17 Tennessee Infantry. Rank - Induction: Private Rank - Discharge: Private Allegiance: Confederate NAME:  Nuckolls,  William W. WIDOW:  Nuckolls,  Mary Francis PENSION #:  W10344

[NI704] Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Jackson Ward 2, Madison, Tennes see; Roll: T623 1586; Page: 13A; Enumeration District: 105. HH431 John F Nucholls 29  3/1871 M7y Mary Nucholls 27  4/1873 3 ch 3 living Cleo Nucholls 4  7/1895 Mary A Nucholls 3  4/1897 Fremont  Nucholls 1  4/1899 Huston Nucholls 21  12/1878 brother single 1910 Mayes Co, Mazie, OK-pg 225 J F Nuckolls, 39, M1x, M15y TN TN MS Mary, wife, 37, 6/5Cleo, son, 14 Mary, dau, 13 Fremont, son, 10 Francis, son,8 Earl?, son, 2 Researcher Doris White whiteandrider@yahoo.com

[NI705] Name: Junia B. Nuckolls SSN: 444-24-5302 Last Residence: 74361  Pryor, Mayes, Oklahoma, United States of America Born: 31 Jul 1906 Died: 23 Mar 1993 State (Year) SSN issued: Oklahoma (Before 1951 )

[NI706] Does not appear in the 1910 census. Only a son Francis age 8 Name: John Nuckolls SSN: 447-18-4686 Last Residence: 74361  Pryor, Mayes, Oklahoma, United States of America Born: 18 Jun 1902 Died: Apr 1967 State (Year) SSN issued: Oklahoma (Before 1951 )

[NI707] Newspaper Title:    Seminole Producer, The  Newspaper Location:    Seminol e, OK, US Obituary Publication Date:    11/1/2003 Funeral services for longtime Maud resident Madelaine Rose Kuckolls are sc heduled for 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Trinity Baptist Church in Maud. Rev. Wa yne Taylor will officiate the services. Burial will be at 2 p.m. Tuesd ay at Ft. Gibson National Cemetery in Ft. Gibson, and will be under the di rection of Knight-Swearingen Funeral Home. Nuckolls died Wednesday May 2 2, 2002 at Presbyterian Hospital in Oklahoma City at the age of 79. She w as born to Ali Gattolliat and Maria (Vasseur) Gattolliat on June 26, 19 22 in Lac Le Biche, Alberta, Canada. She married John Winston Nuckol ls on Oct. 3, 1947 in San Rafael, Calif. Nuckolls was a homemaker, and mov ed to Maud from Midwest City in 1967. She was a member of the Trinity Bapt ist Church of Maud, the American Legion Auxiliary, the Air Force Women?s A uxiliary, and she delivered Meals on Wheels for Project Heart in Maud. Nuc kolls was preceded in death by her parents; and one son, Johnny Ross Nucko lls. She is survived by her husband, John, of the home; three sons, Mart in Nuckolls and Henry Nuckolls, both of Irving, Texas, and George Nuckoll s, Seminole; one sister, Carmon Maki, Rochester, Alberta, Canada; one brot her, Roland Gattolliat, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; seven grandchildren; a nd seven great-grandchildren. Shaweee News Star Madelaine Rose Nuckolls Maud resident Madelaine Rose Nuckolls, 79, died Wednesday at Presbyterian Hospital of Oklahoma City. Survivors include her husband, John W. Nuckolls of the home; three sons a nd daughters-in-law, Martin and Gaye Nuckolls of Irving, Texas, Georgea nd Leslie Nuckolls of Seminole and Henry and Vicki Nuckolls of Irving; seven grandchilldren and seven great-grandchildren; a sister Carmon Maki of Rochester, Alberta, Canada; and a brother, Roland Gattolliat of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Services are 10 a.m. Tuesday at Trinity Baptist Church of Maud with the Rev. Wayne Taylor officiating. Burial will follow at Fort Gibson National Cemetery at 2 p.m. under the direction of Knight-Swearingen Funeral Home. Seminole Producer, The - (Dec/17/2007) Seminole, OK Funeral services for longtime Maud resident Madelaine Rose Kuckolls are scheduled for 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Trinity Baptist Church in Maud.Rev. Wayne Taylor will officiate the services.Burial will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Ft. Gibson National Cemetery in Ft. Gibson, and will be under the direction of Knight-Swearingen Funeral Home.Nuckolls died Wednesday May 22, 2002 at Presbyterian Hospital in Oklahoma City at the age of 79.She was born to Ali Gattolliat and Maria (Vasseur) Gattolliat on June 26, 1922 in Lac Le Biche, Alberta, Canada.She married John Winston Nuckolls on Oct. 3, 1947 in San Rafael, Calif.Nuckolls was a homemaker, and moved to Maud from Midwest City in 1967.She was a member of the Trinity Baptist Church of Maud, the American Legion Auxiliary, the Air Force Women?s Auxiliary, and she delivered Meals on Wheels for Project Heart in Maud.Nuckolls was preceded in death by her parents; and one son, Johnny Ross Nuckolls.She is survived by her husband, John, of the home; three sons, Martin Nuckolls and Henry Nuckolls, both of Irving, Texas, and George Nuckolls, Seminole; one sister, Carmon Maki, Rochester, Alberta, Canada; one brother, Roland Gattolliat, Calgary, Alberta, Canada; seven grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Name:    Madelaine Rose Nuckolls Relationship:    Wife of Nuckolls, John W Birth Date:    26 Jun 1922 Death Date:    22 May 2002 Rank:    CMSGT Branch:    US Air Force Last known address:    1423 Cemetery Road Fort Gibson , OK 74434 Interment Date:    28 May 2002 Cemetary:    Ft. Gibson National Cemetery Buried At:    Section 10 Site 40 Cemetary URL:    http://www.cem.va.gov/nchp/ftgibson.htm

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[DI708] MAUD  --  John Winston Nuckolls, 90-year-old longtime Maud resident, passed from this life Friday, March 22, 2013, in Oklahoma City.Funeral services with full military honors will be at 10:30 a.m., Friday, March 29, at Trinity Baptist Church in Maud with Rev. Rusty McMullen officiating the service.Interment will follow at Fort Gibson National Cemetery in Fort Gibson, Oklahoma at 2 p.m., Monday, April 1, 2013.Services are under the direction of Knight-Swearingen Funeral Home in Maud.Messages of condolences may be sent to the family online at www.swearingenfuneral.com.

[NI710] Name:    Johnnie R Nuckolls Birth Date:    24 May 1951 Death Date:    21 Jul 1962 Rank:    CMSGT Branch:    US Air Force Last known address:    1423 Cemetery Road Fort Gibson , OK 74434 Interment Date:    7 Aug 1962 Cemetary:    Ft. Gibson National Cemetery Buried At:    Section 10 Site 40 Cemetary URL:    http://www.cem.va.gov/nchp/ftgibson.htm

[NI717] Children:   Ronald Lynn Jones (1952 - 2011)*

[NI720] Goodspeeds History of Tennessee, Hardeman County 1887 John W. Nuckolls, M.D., a well known physician and extensive planter, a re sident of Toone, Hardeman Co., Tenn., is a native of the county where he r esides, born December 7, 1840, the fourth of nine children, eight now livi ng, born to Starling and Narcissa (Whitaker) Nuckolls. The father was of W elsh descent, born in Virginia in 1784, but when a child came to Tenness ee and settled in Robertson County. He was engaged in farming and the mill ing business and was a prominent man of his day. He died in 1860. It is th ought the mother was a native of Lincoln County, Tenn. She was much young er than her husband and died in Hardeman County in 1876. John W. in the fa ll of 1861 entered the Confederate States Army and joined what was kno wn as Capt. J. J. Neely’s company of cavalry and was received in Forrest ’s command. He served two years under him but was captured in December, 18 63, and was held as a prisoner of war several weeks in Bolivar, but was fi nally released upon taking the oath of allegiance. December 5, 1867, he ma rried Miss Fannie R. Anderson, daughter of Edward Anderson, of Hardeman Co unty. She was born in 1845, and they are the parents of eight children, s ix now living. Immediately after his marriage he began the study of medici ne, and in 1870-71 attended the Medical College of Nashville, after whi ch he returned home and began practicing in connection with Dr. J. R. Ande rson establishing a drug store at the same time. Dr. Nuckolls dissolved pa rtnership with Dr. Anderson after two years’ connection. He now owns a fi ne residence in Toone valued at $5,000, besides 4,000 acres of land in Har deman and Madison Counties. Dr. Nuckolls is a Democrat in politics and h is religious views are in sympathy with the Missionary Baptist Church. Note from Karen  KRai3@aol.com Dr. J. R. Anderson, with whom Dr. John W Nuckolls partnered in 1871, was J ohn R Anderson, a brother of Frances R.  Even though the bio says the part nership was dissolved after two years, the firm was still in business as A nderson and Nuckolls in 1895 Hardeman Co, paying fees to the court for lic ensing. 1870 Hardeman Co, Bolivar, TN John W Nuckolas  29 TN A R 25 (f) A P 1/3 (f) * household next door has a child lisred as age 2/3 Family researcher KRai3@aol.com Karen M Raichle

[NI721] Have also seen birth date of FEB 2     Also seen it spelled Sterling Did not join the Confederacy due to being blind in one eye. 1900 Census has his grandchildren by his daughter Louisianna who died in 1 899. Birthdates differ from those in Berthas book. Ira Snipes b 1/1892 Laverne W 1895 Annie C b 12/1897 HARDEMAN COUNTY TN - VOTERS - January 1902 Accounts Nuckolls, N.C.          Livery to Nov 2 1901                        34.80 Nuckolls, S.T.          Labor/material Bolivar/Jackson bridge       85.15 Nuckols, W.P.           276 ft. lumber & hauling                     4.26

[DI721] Name: «tab»Starling Franklin Nuckolls Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»30 Sep 1918 Event Place: «tab»Toone, Hardeman Co., Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»74 Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»Jan 1844 Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Starling Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Mother: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Occupation: «tab»Farmer Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Crusly Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»01 Oct 1918 Informant: «tab»J M N uckolls Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183274 Image Number: «tab»1910 Film Number: «tab»1299686 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»v 27 cn 241

[HI722] (Research):Narcissa cannot be found in 1860-1870-1880 census to confirm any children.We know from marriage date the Pirtle children were her step children. IN 1900 she claims she birthed 2 children but none are living. If married in 1860 and husband died 1862, she would barely have time for 2.

[NI725] Conversation with DELLA CROWE FOWLER KIRBY (as best she can remember) June, 2008 RE: EXIE CROWE NUCKLES AND MARRIAGE TO VIRGIL NUCKLES Exie and Virgil were married in Lexington, NC; they had a double wedding with his niece, Nellie. Virgil had a sister Hattie who was the mother of Nellie and another sister Florrie or maybe Florence (who might have been called Flo). After their marriage, they lived in Morganton, NC.  Virgil had an upholstery shop and Exie did baby sitting.  They then ran a boarding house in Morganton.  They sold the boarding house and rented a house.  Next, the moved to Roanoke, VA and bought a house there.  They then sold this house and bought a trailer.  Virgil was still doing upholstery work.  Supposedly, they (or Virgil) wanted to look at moving to Ashville, NC area.  Around this time, Virgil took Exie to visit her mother and family in Lenoir, NC; all she had were the clothes on her back and whatever she packed in her suitcase.  He went back to Roanoke and hooked up the trailer with all its contents and took off with some woman he apparently had been seeing on the side; apparently the woman had told him she was pregnant.  He was supposed to pick up Exie and, of course, he never did; when she returned to Roanoke on her own, she found the trailer and Virgil were gone.  This was probably early 1950's.  Apparently, his family did not know where he had gone. Exie had several miscarriages and, of course, never had any children. It was said that during their marriage, Virgil had made passes at Doris, who was one of Exie's younger sisters. Some 21 years later, Virgil returned to NC and came to see Exie.  He had been living in or near Washington, DC with some lady.  He wanted to remarry Exie (she had obtained her divorce some time after he left).  This would be some time in the 1970's since Exie's mother was still living at the time and very opposed to Exie having anything to do with Virgil.  They did not marry and did not live together but did keep in touch.  Virgil had TB and EXIE took care of him until his death.  He left a Will leaving most of his assets to EXIE and requested that she send a sum of money to the lady he left behind in Washington which she did.  Apparently, the lady was not too happy with the sum of money she was left but EXIE gave what the Will directed.Virgil's mother lived in Winston Salem; sometime after Virgil left, she became ill and Exie cared for her until her death. Exie went to nursing school after Virgil left her.  She was working for Mrs. Wilson (wife of some of the furniture people -Bernhardt family) who encouraged her to go into nursing. Anglee Crowe Mandish

[HI725] (Research):Name: Virgil Nuckles SSN: 242-03-9820 Last Residence: 28645 Lenoir, Caldwell, North Carolina, Born: 29 Nov 1912 Died: Sep 1984 State (Year) SSN issued: North Carolina (Before 1951

[NI726] In 1850 Zerelda was living alone, but next door was John and Jane Cotton a ges 59/66

[NI727] William is found in the First Virginia Nuckolls & Kindred Book II page 1 39  #186 It is possible that he married Harrison Brown 12-10-1838 in Hardeman Co, TN marriage record scanned to DVD Goodspeeds History of Tennessee, Hardeman County 1887 William Nuckolls, an old and highly esteemed resident of Hardeman Count y, was born August 15, 1804, in Robertson County, Tenn. His parents were R ichard and Temperance (Walton) Nuckolls; both were natives of Virginia a nd came to Middle Tennessee about 1798. They had a family of five sons a nd two daughters, our subject being the youngest and only surviving on e. He received a very limited education. In 1824 he located in Hardeman Co unty where he has since resided. In 1852 he wedded Zarilda Cotton, who w as born in 1818. To them were born six children, of whom two sons and t wo daughters are living. Mr. Nuckolls was for a short time magistrate, hav ing received his appointment from Brownlow. He has been a Democrat near ly all his life and during the war was a strong Union man. His chief occup ation has been the saw-mill business in which he has amassed quite a sn ug fortune. He is also interested in farming. He began life without capit al but by industry and attention to his affairs is now the possessor of ab out 2,600 acres of fine land. He has lived in Hardeman County many years a nd is universally regarded as an able, substantial and worthy citizen. Nei ther Mr. nor Mrs. Nuckolls have ever united with any denomination. Minutes of the Walnut Grove Church June 21th 1874,  The church met persuant to adjournment.  sermon by the pa stor, Elder J. H. Curry.  Text Gal. 5 chapter, 15 verses.  After which t he church sat in conference and transacted the following business:  1st, o pened the way for the reception of members.  No application was made.  2n d, Reference called for, the minute of last meeting absent.  Bro. McDani el asked further time to report getting Sister Nelsons letter of dismissio n.  3rd, A notice being served on Brother William Nuckolls & wife by Br o. McDaniel reports that they live a considerable distance from the  church and will a ttend as often as they can and that they attend church regularly at Toon 's Station.  On motion adjourned to meet next regular meeting.       J.H. Curry Moderator       C.C. McDaniel, Clk protem

[NI728] 1900 boarding with James Motley b 5/1845 Wd- VA VA VA Goodspeeds History of Tennessee, Hardeman County 1887  pg59 Noah C. Nuckolls, one of the leading livery men of Bolivar, is a son of William and Zarilda (Cotton) Nuckolls, and was born September 8, 1855, in Ha rdeman County. He was reared on a farm and had good educational advantage s. After reaching manhood he spent some time in Texas, Middle Tennessee a nd Arkansas. He then returned to Hardeman County and farmed till 1885, wh en he moved to Bolivar and opened a livery stable, which he is now operati ng with evident success. Though in business only a short time Mr. Nuckol ls has succeeded in gaining his share of the patronage of the county. M r. Nuckolls' fine rigs for the accommodation of the public are to be h ad at the very lowest prices. Those having had any business transactions w ith him have found him pleasant and prompt in all his dealings.

[DI728] Name: «tab»Noah C. Nuckolls Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»31 May 1935 Event Place: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab»Single Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»79 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1856 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman Co Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»W. M. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab»Robertson Co, Tn Mother: «tab»Zerelda Cotton Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Farmer Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Near Bolivar, Tn Burial Date: «tab»01 Jun 1935 Informant: «tab»L A Nuckolls Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184435 Image Number: «tab»615 Film Number: «tab»1876827 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 13099

[NI729] Reel 147 Frame 0698 NUCKOLLS VS YANCEY We the jury find for the plaintiff 7.4.6 damages. WM Hughes, foreman 1784 William Nuckolls in account with Ann Yancey: to cash paid for picki ng tobacco at Richmond; to cash paid for rolling sd. Tob. To Richmond, f or hogsheads, to cash paid for rolling another hogshead tob.; to tobacco l ost out the hogs at Richmond through the neglect of sd. Nuckolls, to diffe rence between transfer and heavy taob. (total) 7.7.0. Credit by 8th pa rt of  635#tob. Laid out of the refused tob. At Richmond; by same of  887# tob.  Refused at New Castle; by 8th part 38 barrels corn 5.13.3. Ann  Yanc ey             William Nuckolls complains of Ann Yancey in custody &c of a pl ea for that whereas the said William in the year of our lord 178 (blan k) at the Parish of Trinity and Louisa County at the special instance a nd request of the sd. Ann, undertook to overlook her the said Ann's Negro es by going twice a week for which the said Ann agreed she would give h im a portion considerable less than overseers who stay on the plantation w ould demand. Which part in corn and tobacco was worth 7 pounds and where as afterwards to wit at the Parish and County aforesaid, the sd. Deft. Pro mised the said plaintiff that he should have as much as his services was r easonably worth 7 pounds.             Whereas afterward to wit in the year of our Lord 178 (blan k) at the Parish and County aforesaid the said deft. And plaintiff agre ed to leave all matters in dispute between them to the determination of Wa ddy Thomson, Gent. And Anthony Thomson and that they would abide by the de termination. Ann undertook and faithfully promised that she the said defen dant would pay to sd. Plaintiff whatever them men should award the said pl aintiff. In fact saith that the sd. Gentlemen awarded him the sum of 7 pou nds. Nevertheless the said deft. Intending (illeg.) and subtly to decei ve and defraud the said plaintiff hath not paid him any sum of above menti oned but altogether hath and still doth refuse to pay the same to dama ge of sd. Plaintiff 20 pounds and therefore he brings suit. Bullock, pg. E xd. August 6, 1787 Charles Yancey, Jr. DS for Thos. Johnson, Shff. Sept. 1 787 Court orders Sheriff of Louisa County to take Ann Yancey, relict of Ro bert Yancey, de'd., and have her body before justices at the courthou se on the second Monday suggest next to answer William Nuckolls of a pl ea of trespass on the case damages 20 pounds. 31 July 1787             This is to certify that Ann Yancey informs me that she believ es (blank) Kelly of Henrico County is a very material witness for her in t he suit of WM. Nuckolls against her. You are hereby directed to issue a co mmission to take the deposition of sd. Kelly. 13 March 1788. To clerk Loui sa, Chas Yancey.             Sir, Since I was down I have considered my scarcity in bringi ng you the four hands and have hired Unity to Mr. James Beadles for 10 pou nds the year. You will please to send her up immediately with her clothe s. Though your bargain was not with my knowledge, yet I have no objecti on to its standing and the equitable proportion for there hands must be be tter than for four hands as the chance of ground is much better as th at is can't injure you and I am sure is more to the interest of my brother 's estate. You will please to inform Little Charley Col. Nelson is li ke to employ him if we can agree when I see him which will be at cour t. I must further request the favor of you to make payment of your bon ds in money or property as I am sued for a considerable sum and hardly thr eatened by others. It will not be in my power to wait without selling my e state to make payment. I am yr. Friend, Chas. Yancey              October 18, 1786 Gentleman, I and Mr. Crank being called up on by Mrs. Nancey Yancey to view a crop of tobacco made by Mr. Nuckol ls in the year 1784. We thought the tobacco to be cut green, not sorted a nd weather beaten. It appeared to me the overseer must be folly or else n ot acquainted with making tobacco. Sig. John Swift.             We the subscribers being mutually chosen by William Nuckolls a nd Charles Yancey, Jr. to settle a dispute between them relating to the sa id Nuckolls looking after his mother's Negroes as a overseer in the year 1 784, and the witnesses being fully heard, are of opinion that Charles Yanc ey do pay the sd. Nuckolls as his proportion of the said crop. 7.3.6 giv en under hands this 1st November 1786. (Sig.) Waddy Thomson, Anthony Thoms on.    Zechonis Trainum, George Crank and Charles Yancey, Jr. summoned Frid ay 15 March 1788, to testify on behalf of Ann Yancey in suit William Nucko lls plt. And said Yancey relict of Robert Yancey deft. The sheriff of Henr ico County ordered to summon William Kelly on 2nd Monday Nov. 1788, to tes tify on behalf of Ann Yancey.

[NI730] Said to have a mother that was a Nuckolls. James  Hall,  born  1757,  was  the  son of  Susanna Hall,  who  died, 180 4,  Louisa  Co., Va.  (Will Book 5,  p. 165)  James  Mar.  1788, Nancy Pet tit,  dau.  of  William,III,  and  Susanna  Ballard  Pettit.   (Lousia Co.,  Va.,  Mar.  Register,  1,  p. 42).  Witnesses  to the wedding  we re :  Richmond  Harris,  James  Nuckolls  and  Henreitta  Terry.   (Jam es Hall's  birth date  confirmed by  his  Revlotionary  War  Record). 01-Aug-1783 Cty. Lou, Book: 2, Page: 493, James Terry, Type: Will, Record ed Aug 1783 Louisa County, wife Henretta; daughter Jane Bullock, to son Stephen my land on Indian creek (236 acres); ... divided amongst daughters Jane Bullock, Mary Terry, Henritta Nuckols, Anney Terry, Sarah Terry, Eliza beth Terry, Frances Terry, James Terry, William Terry, Barbary Terry, a nd Joseph Terry. To Jane a Negro named Crease, To daughter Henritta Nucko ls a Negro named Hester, To wife Henritta Negros named Jack, Lucy, Amy, To m, Sarah, and Di[??]. Executors are Robert Goodwin and James Nuckols.

[NI731] Birth date does not agree with parents marriage date.  Can this be the jam es age 84 and wife Patsy age 84 in Louisa Co, Trevellions Depot VA -pg 4 26  in neighborhood with his brother Charles, widow and their children>

[NI732] Possibly the Wm Nuckolls age 56? in Gibson Co, TN 1850 with 3 daughters who married locally.

[NI736] Land Processioning Records Nov 17 1755 John Anthony, Page Blunt overseer (appeared for haden orphans), Samuel Bum pass, John Darrocott, John Hayden orphan's, John Hill, Maj Kimbrough, Jam es Nucholls overseer, Cornelius Tinsley Jr, Harry Tomkins 11/19/1759 # 8 Precinct John Anthony,Page Blunt overseer, Samuel Bumpass, John Darrocortt, John Hi ll, Maj Kimbrough, James Nuchols overseer, Cornelius Tinsley Jr, Harry Tom kins James III moved to the South Fork of the Little River onto 200 acres la nd the he received the deed to.  This land was near what was called Charl es Nuckolls Corner, after his brother Charles.  Records also indicate th at he was granted 200 acres of land by William Henderson and his wife, w ho resided in Albemarle CO VA. According to Bertha Nuckolls, in her book, William is thought to be Jam es III's wife's father. Bertha work also sites some records that are avail able  on James III. (no date) right before entry for Nov 13, 1769 -The Last Will and Testament of John Watkins, Deceased was exhibited in Court by Isham Watkins one of the Executors therein named, who made oath thereto as the Law Directs, and the same being also duly proved by the oaths of William Rice and Thomas Jackson, two of the Witnesses thereto is admitted to record, and on the said motion of the said Isham Watkins and his performing what the Law in such cases require, a Certificate is granted him for obtaining thereof in due form. Louisa County Court 13th November 1769 Ordered that Thomas Jackson, William Rice, James Nucholls and Cornelious McCoy or any three of them being first duly sworn appraise in current Money the slaves (if any) and personal Estate of John Watkins, Deceased and return the appraisment thereof to Court. 3-13-1780 Will Book II pg366 History Co Louisa Co, VA pg61 Louisa delt firmly with her British foes. In the year 1780 in Februa ry at the late dwelling of John Marshall, deceased, before William Hugh es of the said County of Louisa. Executor, lawfully constituted by Willi am Pettus, Frederick harris, Aaron Fontaine, Robert Armistead, Charles Yan cey, William Lipscomb, James Burnley, John Whitton, John Smith, James Nuck ols, John Saunders, Elias Thomason, William Garrett and others beign elect ed , tried and sworn on oath do say that John Husdon is a Bristish subje ct and his property was confiscated at the inquiry, Mar 13, 1780. From "Louisa County Public Service Claims" by Chisholm: April Court 1782, JAMES NUCKOLS is credited with 24 barrells of flour, imp ressed for the use of the public in April, 1781. One gun, impressed for t he use of the public, May 1781 "October 30, 1780, Recd of MR. JAMES NUCKOL LS for the use of the state, 10 bushels of wheat at twenty pounds per bush el. Amt. 200 pounds----Two hundred Pounds Signed GARRITT MINOR CPS for Lou isa. ...."Louisa County, Nov. 1, 1781, No. 4 400 wt be @ 3d, 1.5 ... I her eby certify that JAMES NIJCKOLLS has furnished for public use two beeves g ross wt four hundred pounds... .40 lbs.. Five Pounds     WILL ANDERSON Publick in May, 1781; 3 pounds for 29 flour barrell April,1781220 flo ur barrels April, 1781James Nuchols by Garrett Minor March 27, 1781 als o3 pounds for 24 flour barrels rec'd of said Nucholls by said Minor. He ap peared on Louisa County Tax Rolls 1782, 1784/5, 1788, 1789, 1790, 1791, 17 92, 1793, 1794, 1795. He died in Louisa County in 1810. The Inventory a nd Appraisal of his estate by RICHARD HARRIS, BENJAMIN HARRIS, WILLIAM MIL LS, SAMUEL NIJCHOLLS and ROBERT HARRIS was recorded 1 Dec 1810. The sale t ook place December, 1810. (Louisa Co Wills 1801—     1817 p 357, 358, 484, 59 4, 356. "The Louisa County records reflect a deed from James Nuckolls, "Sr." of Ha nover County, to James Nuckolls, "Jr." of 200 acres in Louisa County on t he fork of the Little River.  The deed was dated October 12, 1744. (Th is is assumed to be from James II to James III). This was near a place cal led Charles Nuckolls Corner, which was his brother's place. His wife's fat her, William Henderson, also granted him 200 acres of land, which appea rs to be a gift. There are also the following articles in the National Archives. Photostat 39416 Virginia Revolutionary War Records of Court of Louisa Coun ty Virginia: "James Nuckolls, April 1782, received pay for flour Barrel s" Photostat 39376 "James Nuckolls, April 12 1782 received pay for gun.  Louisa County, N ov 1, 1781. No 4.. 400 wt. of beef at L5 3d. I hereby certify that James N uckolls has Furnished for public use two beeves, gross wt. 400 lb.  Will A nderson " WILL OF JAMES NUCKOLLS , dated 17 March 1810, Louisa County, Virginia, fr om Will Book S, Page 349. I James Nuckolls of the County of Louisa do hereby make my Last Will and T estament in manner and form following:  that is today, First.  It is my Wi ll and desire that all my just debts be paid. Item I give and devise to my daughter ----Mary Nuckolls--- one Fair thi rd of the Tract of Land whereon I reside to include the Houses, during h er natural life, and after her decease to go to my son ---Thomas--- to h im and to his Heirs and asigns forever. Item I give and devise to my said Son Thomas the other two thirds of the a bove land to him and to his Heirs and asigns forever - - Item I give and bequeath to my son ----Charles---- two Negroes, Harry a nd Peter, to him to his Heirs forever. - - Item I give and bequeathe to my Grand daughter -----Sally Nuckolls--- daug hter of my said Son Charles Ten pounds to her and to her Heirs forever. Item I give and bequeathe to my son John Ten dollars to him and to his Hei rs forever. - - Item I give and bequeathe to my Son Nathaniel two negroes John and Jenny w ith her future increase to him & to his Heirs forever. Item I give and bequeathe to my daughter Sarah Gunnel my negroe woman Fan ny & her two children Maria &Ann with their future increase to her a nd to her Heirs forever. - - Item I give and bequeathe to my daughter--- Lucey Hewson--- my negro wom an Juda & her two children Edward & Garland with the future increase of Ju da to her and to the Heirs lawfully begotten of her body forever. Item I give and bequeathe to my two grand sons--- Asa & Ezra--- so ns of my son John or to the Survivors, a negro girl named Martha with h er future increase to them or to the Survivors their or his Heirs forever. Item I give and bequeathe to my daughter Mary, over and above the one thi rd of my land devised above, four negroes, First Abraham & Bob and Din ah & Letty with the future increase of the two latter: also one equal pa rt of all my Household & Kitchen furniture stock of Horses, cattle she ep & hogs together with my plantation utensils to her and her Heirs forever - - Item I give and bequeathe to my son Samuel the following negroes namely Ne d, Will, Caroline, Nanny, Mima & her daughter, Betty, with the Increa se of the females, also the other two thirds of all my Household and Kitch en furniture, my stock of every kind together with my plantation utensi ls the other third having in the furegoing clause been given to my daught er Mary, to him the said Samuel Nuckolls to him and to his heirs forever. Item It is my will and desire that my negro woman Nanny shall not be forc ed from her Husband, and hereby require of my son Samuel to whom she is le ft in the foregoing clause, never to suffer a forcible separation; from h er husband, if he can by any reasonable means prevent it. Item It is my will and desire that my son ---Samuel--- is consequen ce of my having given him an over proportion of my personal Estate sha ll be responsible for all just demands that may be brought against me. Lastly I appoint my friend Robert Harris & my son Samuel Executors of th is last Will & Testament - hereby revoking all others by me heretofore mad e.  In Testimony whereof I have here unto set my hand and affixed my se al this Seventeenth day of March in the year one thousand Eight hundred a nd Ten. James Nuckolls Signed Sealed and published in the presence of - - Peter S. Barret Geo Mc Gehee Charles Nuckolls Benjamin Harris (Written on the right hand side of second page .) At a Court held for Louisa County on the 9th day of July 1810 This will w as this day in open Court exhibited by Robert Harris & Samuel Nuckols t he executors therein named and was proved by the oathes of Peter S. Barre t, Geo Mc Gehee, Charles Nickols and Benjamin Harris  Witnesses there to & by the Court ordered to be recorded and the said execution having ma de oath thereto and entered into bond with approved security condition ed as the law directs.  A certificate is granted them for obtaining a prob ate thereof in due form. Teste History of Louisa Co, VA p. 61 - dealing with the Revolutionary history: "Louisa delt (sic) firm ly with her British foes. In the year 1780, in February, "at the late dwel ling of John Marshall, dec'd, before William Hughes of the said coun ty of Louisa, Executor, lawfully constituted by William Pettus, Frederi ck Harris, Aaron Fontaine, Robert Armistead, Charles Yancey, William Lipsc omb, James Burnley, John Whitton, John Smith, James Nuckols, John Saunder s, Elias Thomason, William Garrett and others being elected, tried and swo rn on oath do say that John Hudson is a British subject," and his proper ty was confiscated, at the inquiry, March 13, 1780." This is from the Loui sa Records, Will Book ii, p. 366, per footnote. Grant dated Nov. 22, 1779,  THOMAS JEFFERSON to William Phillips Son and h eir at Law of Richard Phillips dec'd. £6.5 sterling paid by William Philli ps into the Treasury of this Commonwealth by survey dated 11th June 17 52 re 1201 acres in Louisa County on both sides Cross Swamp located WILLI AM HALEY'S Corner Pine by WILLIAM HALEY'S from a Glade of Cross Swamp h is Corner Pine in FRANCIS CLARK'S line . . . *********James NUCKOLS Corn er large pine on Watsons line . . . ********* James  Hall,  born  1757,  was  the  son of  Susanna Hall,  who  died, 180 4,  Louisa  Co., Va.  (Will Book 5,  p. 165)  James  Mar.  1788, Nancy Pet tit,  dau.  of  William,III,  and  Susanna  Ballard  Pettit.   (Lousia Co .,  Va.,  Mar.  Register,  1,  p. 42).  Witnesses  to the wedding  we re :  Richmond  Harris,  James  Nuckolls  and  Henreitta  Terry.   (Jam es Hall's  birth date  confirmed by  his  Revlotionary  War  Record). Richmond Enquirer 11-16-1810 pg 4 On Friday the 7th day of November next, will be sold to the highest bidd er on twelve months credit (on the premises), the tract of land on which N athaniel Nuckolls dec'd lately resided, lying in the county of Hanov er on the South Anna River about eight miles above the Court House, contai ning by estimation about 247 acres - Bond with approved security will be r equired of the purchaser with a deed of trust on the land to secure the pa yment - The sale will be made in pursuance of the last will and testime nt of Jas. Nuckolls dec'd of Hanover County.  William Nuckolls , Heir at L aw Nov 9 1810 Richmond Enquirer 11-17-1812 pg 4 Virginia- At rules holden in the Clerk's Office of the Superior Court of C hancery for the Richmond District, the 12th day of October 1812. Richard N uckolls, Lewis Nuckolls, Mary Armstrong, James Watkins and Nancy his wif e, Austin Hancock and Ann his wife, John Thompson and Elizabeth his wif e, Keziah Nuckolls, which said Richard, Lewis, Mary Nancy, Ann, Elizabe th and Keziah, with William Nuckolls, are children, heirs at law and distr ibutees of Charles Nuckolls, deceased, who was a son of James Nuckolls, t he elder deceased, Charles Nuckolls, Thomas, John, Nathaniel, Samuel and M ary Nuckolls, Sarah Grunnell and John Hughson and Lucy his wife, which sa id Charles, Thomas, John, Nathaniel, Samuel, Mary, Sarah and Lucy, are chi ldren, heirs at law and distributees of James Nuckolls dec'd who was al so a son of James Nuckolls, the elder, deceased.AgainstWilliam Nuckolls, J ohn Nuckolls, Henrietta Harris, Ann Mallory, Lucy Duke, Marston Duke, Jo hn Duke and James Duke, children of Elizabeth Duke, Marietta Thompso n, an infant under the age of twenty-one years, by Braxton Bird and Mary h is wife, their guardians; Mary T Anderson and Elizabeth Anderson, the on ly children of Lucy Anderson dec'd who was Lucy Thompson, sister to John T hompson and wife to Alexander Anderson, by the said Alexander Anderson the ir father and next friend, John Kilby and Elizabeth his wife, who was Eliz abeth Thompson, another sister to the said John and Nathaniel Thompson, wh ich said John, Nathaniel, Elizabeth and Lucy were the children of Mary Tho mpson, who was Mary Nuckolls, Christopher Wingfield and Elizabeth his wif e, and Nancy Hix by her father and guardian Joseph Hix, which said Elizabe th and Nancy are children of Nancy Hix, wife of Joseph Hix, who was Nan cy Nuckolls, Defendants.     The defendants John Nuckolls and Henrietta Ha rris , not having entered their appearance and given security accordi ng to the set of assembly and the rules of this court, and it appeari ng by satisfactory evidence that they are not inhabitants of this count ry ---- It is ordered that the sadi defendants do appear here on the fir st day of the next term and answer the bill of the plaintiffs and that a c opy of this order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published in t he city of Richmond for two months successively and posted at the front do or of the capitol in the said city.  A copy Teste, Wm W Henning, C.C Found at ancestry with no proof: Family Data Collection - Individual Records about James Nuckolls Name: «tab»James Nuckolls Spouse: «tab»Isabelle Boss Parents: «tab»James Nuckolls Birth Place: «tab»Hanover Co, VA Birth Date: «tab»1720 Marriage Date: «tab»1768 Death Place: «tab»Louisa Co, VA Death Date: «tab»1810

[DI736] 17 Mar 1810, Will of James Nuckolls. Mentions daughters Mary Nuckolls, Sarah Gunnel and Lucy Henson, sons Thomas, Charles, John, Nathaniel and Samuel. Grandchildren, Sally (Dau. of Charles) and Asa and Ezra (children of John). Executors, son Samuel Nuckolls and Robert Harris. Bk 5 p 349.

[NI737] Murdered by Tories for his devotion to liberty, Dec 11, 1780 buried on Wh ig Hill SC  He and his son had travelled to McKown's Mill and while his s on slept, he was murdered. In 1767, John Nuckolls, Sr, bade farewell to his Virginia home, put wif e, children, and all their belongings on horses and turned their faces tow ard Carolina.  Arriving at Kings Mountain they ascended to the summit of t hat noted peak, and made a cup of tea.  The cups, saucers, and spoons us ed are now in possession of Samuel Littlejohn, Jonesville, S. C., w ho is a great-grandson.  While here at Kings Mt. their daughter Susan w as born, who afterward married Charles Littlejohn.  As soon as circumstanc es would permit the journey was continued until Whig Hill was reached, whe re a halt and settlement was made.  The famous white rose was brought alo ng  and we suspect that not many days elapsed until it  was planted whe re it was destined to grow for three quarters of a century.  It grew at di fferent places until the time of the civil war, when it became extinct, ( at least in South Carolina,  but is still believed to be growing in Virgin ia). Whenever a member of the Nuckolls Family went out to build a home f or themselves, scion or cutting was taken from this rose bush and with t he most scrupulous care it was planted and cultivated as a precious heirlo om of ancestry. John Nuckolls Sr was Commissioner of Election in 1776; The natural inferen ce is that as rapidly as conditions would allow, comfortable buildings we re erected, the   forest felled, and converted into fruitful field s. In a short time, considerable property was accumulated, including sever al   negros. Thus by indomitable energy and industry, John Nuckolls was ma king his Carolina domain more and more   productive and beautiful, when t he storm of the American Revolution burst upon the country. Though of English descent, John at once threw himself wholly intothe cau se of Independence; in fact he   became such an unflinching and uncompromi sing Whig, that the hill on which he lived was called Whig Hill. Whether the name was given by friend or foe, we know not, but be that as it may, it was a compliment that lives  to this day. As to the battl es he was in and the service he rendered, unfortunately, we know nothin g; but we feel safe in  saying that whenever and wherever, duty demanded i t, John Nuckolls was equal to the occasion. The greatest suffering inflicted on the Whig settlement was by thievi ng Tories, with which the country was   infested. One of these gangs, comm anded by Patrick Moore, made their headquarters at Fort Anderson, or Thick ety Fort,on Goucher Creek. Another was down on the Enoree.  From these poi nts, they would sally out and seize what they wanted   to carry off, and d estroy the balance. Whig Hill was not immune to these depredations. A number of these raids were made, but perhaps the most noted one was ma de in 1780. They made a clean   sweep. The only bed left for the younge st child was a sheep-skin used for a saddle blanket. It was, probably at t his time   when they were shooting stock, breaking up furniture, and rippi ng open feather, that Mrs. Nuckolls, woman-like, began   tongue lashing th em. One of the dastardly scoundrels struck at her head with a sabre, and t hrowing up her arm to ward off   the blow, received a wound, which le ft a scar that she carried to her grave. On another occasion the raiders c ame and   "Aunt Agathy", an old colored slave, grabbed the axe, and placi ng herself behind the front door, threatened to kill the first   one who t ried to enter. Not one of the contemptible cowards made the effor t. It is said that there is a bond between the   descendants of Mrs. Nucko lls and those of "Aunt Agathy" that grows as the years go by.   Owing to the nature of the service in upper Carolina, the patriot soldi ers could get off and visit their homes  until necessity arose when they w ould come together again at some appointed place. Early in December, 178 0, John Nuckolls thus visited his home at Whig Hill. Finding the meal t ub empty, he,in company with his little son, John, went to   McKown's mi ll on Broad River at, or near the Ninety-nine Islands. It is said th at in those days, millers provided a room,   either in the mill, or in the ir own house, to accommodate customers when they were detained over nigh t. McKown was a Tory, and being acquainted with Nuckolls, saw his opportun ity. Pretending that he could not grind for him until the next day, with a pparent kindness, he gave him the room for a lodging place.    Night coming on, McKown went out and gathered a band of his ilk, and t hey came to the room where   Nuckolls was quietly sleeping. Arousing hi m, they said, "We've come for you." He knew what that meant. he asked  per mission to awake his son, so he could give some messages for his peop le at home. They refused and said that  if he awoke him, they would kill h im also. They took Nuckolls a short distance from the mill, and prepar ed to   shoot him. He asked that they would give him five minutes in whi ch to pray. This was granted, and he prayed aloud. After  he had utter ed a few petitions, a villain by the name of Davis said: "If he continu es praying that way much longer we will   not be able to kill him," and fi red a ball through his head. The body was thrown into a hole where a tr ee had blown up and  some brush was placed over it. Some months afterwards, an old woman in the neighborhood found his bone s. They were gathered up by his  family and taken to Whig Hill and burie d, The grave is encased in hewn granite slabs three feet high, and is enti rely covered with a marble slab, three feet by six. The slab contains t he following inscription: 'In memory of John Nuckolls, Sr., who was murder ed by the Tories for his devotion to liberty, the 11th day of December, 17 80, in the 49th year of his age. Rest noble patriot, Rest in peace  The pr ize you sought  Your county won' Some years later, a speech was delivered on Whig Hill, saying something l ike this;  'After all, who would not covet such a death? Dying for the cau se of liberty; dying addressing the Creator in such pathetic tones as to t ouch the feelings of a heartless murderer. O, John Nuckolls, dost thy sain ted spirit hover about us? Noble husband, father, hero, martyr; we have as sembled on this place of thine earthly habitation to honor thee,' etc.   Not many months after Nuckolls' death, Davis, his murderer, with some o thers, were lurking in Thickety bottoms, near Whig Hill, where they were s ecreting plundered booty, consisting of cattle, horses, valuables, etc. So me alert Whigs caught them and to Davis and a few others, their just deser ts were soon meted out to them. Going to the house of Mrs. Nuckolls, the W higs asked for pick and shovel, saying that they were going to settle h er some new neighbors. She said she "hoped they would be good neighbors ." They told her that they "would guarantee them to be quiet ones." Dav is reaped what he sowed. He deliberately shot Nuckolls and soon after w as shot in the like manner, and both are buried near the same spot. John Nuckolls has been described as a martyr to the cause of American Fr eedom. He was of dark complexion and very curly hair, and is said to ha ve had an unusually large skull." These records are from Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, Virginia, by Re v.  B. F. Nuckolls, I9I4, Galax, Virginia; and History of Grindal Shoa ls , by Rev.  J. D. Bailey, I92I, Coupens, South Carolina. North Carolina Land Grants in South Carolina, Grants Issued from Mecklenbu rg County, Page 100 Nuckols, John File No 2375 Grant No 135; Bk 23;pg205 Plat Aug 8, 1767 surveyed for John Nuckols, 400A on both sides Thickety... Stephen Jones line...David Roberson's line...Zachariah Bullock, Joab Mitch ell, Stephen Jones, CB Issued 4/28/1768 North Carolina Land Grants in South Carolina, Grants Issued from Tryon Cou nty, Page 137 Hogan, John, File No 433, Grant No 59, Bk 22 pg 16 Plat- April 8/1772 surveyed for John Hogan 300A...on McBee's fork of Thick etty Creek between Vandry McBee's and Hannah's Cabin...P William Sims, Jo hn Nuckols, Richard Nuckols, S C Bearers. Grant issued May 15, 1772 North Carolina Land Grants in South Carolina, Grants Issued from Tryon Cou nty, Page 147 Thomas Nicholas File No 555; Grant No 431; Bk 22, pg 102 Plat surveyed for Thomas Nicklas 400 A on both side of Thicketty Creek, Jo hn Steen's corner...James Wilkey's line...Robert Moore's line...25 mar 177 1; JnoKirkconnel surveyor. John Sneed and Geo Heyd(?) CB Grant issued M ay 2, 1772 Ozburn, Adlai File No 445 Grant No 61; Bk 22 pg 16; Plat - April 7/1772 surveyed for Adlai Ozburn 300 A on a branch of Thicket ty Creek near the road that leads from Vardry McBee's to the Cherokee Fo rd on Broad River...P William Sims, John Nuckols, Richard Nuckols, SC Bear ers Grant Issued May 15/1772 Early North Carolina Settlers, pg129-Grants Issued from Tyrone Co. Tyrone Co, NC Zachariah Bullock, File # 132, Grant No 361, Bk 20, Pg479 Plat surveyed for Zachariah Bullock for 298A on both sides of Gilkey Cre ek of Thickety....his other line..Zachariah Bullock, John Nuckols, David B rown (CB) Grant issued 5/5/1769 Early North Carolina Settlers, pg143-Grants Issued from Tyrone Co. Plat, October 8, 1771, surveyed for Adam Luny 300A on North side of Paklet t, Zachariah Bullock, D S John Nuckoles and William Marchbanks, Cha bearer s/Grant issued 11/25/1771 McBee, Vardry File No 741(950); Grant No 453; Bk 22; pg 312; (bk 24 pg 27) Plat surveyed for Vardry McBee 300A on Thickety Creek including Swoffor ds Camp, John Steens corner,Zachariah Bullock, John Nuckols, William March banks, Chain Bearers. Grant issued 11/25/1771 Early North Carolina Settlers, pg135-Grants Issued from Tyrone Co. Gowdilock, Adam; File No 394(725); Grant No 434; Bk 24, pg 24 (bk 22, pg30 9) Plat, November, 1 1770, surveyed for Adam Gowdilock 300 A on the ridge bet ween the Packlett and Thicketty...Zachariah Bullock, John Nuckoles, CB. Gr ant issued 11/25/1771 NUCKOLS Land grants before the Revolution. (#2) John NUCKOLS, 289a & 211a on Pacolet River in 96 Dist. S.C. 28 June 1 774. " , 300a on Pacolet River in 96 Dist. SC 23 June 1774. " , 400a on Thicketty Creek, Craven Co. SC 23 June 1774. This 400 was a renewal of a former grant in NC. (#3) John NUCKOLLS, after the Revolution (son of John Sr.) had a gra nt of 136 a on Thicketty Creek 4 July 1785. (#4) Council Journal dated 6 April 1773.....James NUCKLOR appears and as ks for a land grant of 800a of land, being a married man with 13 dependant s. (#4a) Now whether all of these were his children, I am unable to stat e. I do know at the time, land was allowed according to the size of the fa mily and 100a for the husband, 50a for the wife and 50a more for each depe ndent child or other persons residing in the house......also often a man r eceived extra land in payment for some service to the Crown..I have data t hat John NUCKOLLS was a Justice of the Peace and some of the land may n ot have been for dependents but as payment for service. (#4b) James NUCKLOR is evidently a mistake and an error in the Council Jou rnal...Each plat for John NUCKOLS refers to his asking for a grant of 80 0a on 6 April 1773....I have checked every entry in the Council Journal f or that date and the dates preceding and after and James NUCKLOR is the on ly semblance to the name and it was for 800a, hence I decided the cle rk in making the entry made an error. (professional researcher notes) (#5) John NUCKOLS, a plat for 289a of land surveyed by James WOFFORD 20 th day of April 1773 according to a warrant for 800a of land made to Jo hn NUCKOLS in the Council and this was all the free land to be found he re and surveyed 289a on Mitchell Creek of the Fairforest on a line sa id to be the NC line and adjacent to the land of William PLUMMER. (#5a) John NUCKOLS, a plat for 211a land surveyed 23rd April 1773 by Jam es WOFFORD upon a warrant for 800a issued to John NUCKOLS by Council dat ed 6 April 1873 and his being all the vacant land to be found here, 21 1a on south Pacolet River adjacent to the land of Martin Fifer, John Lyo n, & David McDowell...said plat delivered to Richard Langston. (#5b) John NUCKOLLS a plat for 300a surveyed by James WOFFORD 23 May 17 73 and all sides by vacant land and on north side of pacolet River below t he Doctor's Bottom...same plats above about warrant etc. (#6) John NUCKOLS made in Charleston SC on 28th Nov. 1774 a Tax retu rn on all these three grants of land in #5, 5a & 5b....Book 13 pg. 128 (#6a) John NUCKOLLS Book 13, page 484 a memorial tax return on 400a of la nd on Thicketty Creek and granted to him 28 April 1768 by William TRYON, t he Governor of NC and surveyed by Zachariah BULLOCK and adjacent to the la nds of Stephen JONES and David ROBERTSON....But now that the state line be tween NC & SC had been run, this 400a of land was found to be in SC...T ax return made by John NUCKOLS in person in Charleston 10 July 1775. It seems that John NUCKOLLS decided to have Zachariah BULLOCK, run this la nd a second time and took a new grant from SC for the 400a ....in the T ax return stated...Plat delivered 10 July 1775 and run by Zachariah BULLO CK 17 May 1775 and run by Zachariah BULLOCK 17 May 1775 for the grant f or 400a, 9 Nov. 1774. (#7) This land grant in what was supposed to have been NC in 1768 definite ly places the time when John NUCKOLLS came to SC. (8*) The Plat and grant in (#3) was to son of John NUCKOLLS Sr. (#9) John NUCKOLLS signed some papers as J.P. before 1780 which places h im as a Justice of the Peach...I checked to find when he received his comm ission as Justice of the Peace but did not find it....This service as a J. P. before 1780 gives Colonial Dames service and membership. (#10) SC Council Journal of the General Assembly dated 24 Sept. 1776...I q uote in part..."Commissioners (Election..Andrea) for the Spartan or upp er district my be absent at the time election. It is recommended that L t. Col. WOFFORD and Mr. John NUCCOLS be added to the same." (#11) John NUCKOLLS was elected to the General Assembly (I was unable to f ind the reference and location of the data) which was to meet at Jacksonbo ro during the Revolution and in 1782. He was elected from the Spartan Dist rict...The Tories killed John NUCKOLLS' before he could take his seat. (#11a) His serving in the Rev. Assembly would make his descendents eligib le to membership in D.A.R. (#12) Page 118 of Accounts for 1801-1802....paid 24th Nov. 1802 to John NU CKOLLS, Sheriff of Union Dist...for serving warrants...This John was the S ON of the elder John...the accounts were paid for the service the year bef ore. (#17a) File of Joel HEMBRY or HEMBREE as noted in some spellings...In t he claim of Joel Hembry, he is asking for pay for a Horse lost....In Spart anburg Co. of 96 District and sworn to be before Samuel Lancaster J.P., Jo el Hembry states...# Ralph Smith J.P. of Spartanburg Co. in 96 Dist. in M ay 1779 took a signed statement of my Horse lost and the Cathcart sign t he appraisal) and said horse WAS PRESSED BY JOHN NUCKELS into service f or the Stono Expedition and was lost...etc." ....From the foregoing statem ent, it would seem the John NUCKOLS was one of the leaders to the Stono a nd that battle there. (#17b) In the file of Nathan GRIMES...Natham Grimes furnished supplies a nd one receipt for these supplies was signed by Col. Thomas BRANDON...anot her receipts was signed by Jno. NUCKOLS (A photostat can be had of his sig nature of John NUCKOLS)....9th day of April 1779, I received of Natham Gri mes three hundred six pounds of flower, one bushel and a half of corn & fo ur days of rations for Public Use"....signed John NUCKOLS. (#18) John NUCKOLS name is also supposed to be in the file of the Esta te of William SAVAGE with Mrs. Martha SAVAGE as Adams....Prisoners of W ar at the Sugar House...this claim was dated 26 Nov. 1787 and somewhe re in the file, the name of John NUCKOLS is supposed to appear. I was unab le to find it and it was likely also a receipt signed by him. (#22) John NUCKOLLS decided to settle on a hill on Thicketty Creek a nd on this hill he built a fine plantation house the ruins of which are st ill seen with the old chimneys (1925) ...he had abut 500a of fine meadow L and. He named his plantation Whig Hill. (#23) John NUCKOLLS was an ardent Patriot and played a prominent part in t he Revolution...Bailey does not state where not in what capacity that Jo hn NUCKOLS served. (#24) John NUCKOLLS went on an expedition to McKown's Mill and took alo ng his young son, John NUCKOLLS, Jr....The young son was quietly sleepi ng when a band of Tories surrounded the Mill, young John NUCKOLLS escap ed in the confusion but John NUCKOLLS Sr. was cruelly murdered and the fat al blow was delivered by a man named DAVIS. (#25) The body of John NUCKOLLS Sr. was brought back to Whig Hill his ho me and buried in the family graveyard... (#26) Some tombstone Inscriptions for the Old Whig Hill Graveyard... In memory of John NUCKOLLS Sr. / Who was murdered by the Tories for his de votion to Liberty/ on the 11th day of Dec. 1780/ In the 29th year of his a ge... A long further inscription is on the stone. 30-31 Jul 1778: Lease and release whereby John Steen of Ninety-Six District SC conveys to David Stockton of NC, " ... 1010 acres on Thicketty Creek adj. Capt. James Steen... " Witnessed by John Nuckolls, Robert Wilkins. Proved in Ninety-Six District by the oath of John Nuckolls before Robert Lusk, J. P. 23 Aug 1779,. Recorded 24 Nov 1779. [See State of SC Deed Books B-5, Pages 537-539.] Agnes (Agatha) Petty / Relicit of John Nuckols Sr / wife of Josua Pet ty / Died 6th Feb. 1816 / Aged in 65th year. (#27) Bailey gives a description of when the Tories invaded the plantati on house of John NUCKOLLS at Whig Hill. (#28) Bailey lists the children and who they married...according to recor ds found. Nuckolls, John   RevWar  M      Undetermined    Private  Killed in Acti on       A  ??/??/1780 Source_ http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/1826861/person/-1888370630/story/51825ed0-ddef-43a9-b781-c2974cb58594?src=search John Mayfield - John Nuckolls Connection In a Charleston Court of Common Pleas record (filed 15 Jan 1773, plea made 2 Feb 1773), Thomas Fletchall and John Mayfield were jointly sued in a plea of trespass by a certain John Nuckolls.  The plea basically concerned John Mayfield's arrest of Nuckolls, John being a constable operating under the orders of the local magistrate (justice of the peace), Thomas Fletchall.  Nuckolls's argument was that he had been apprehended in NC, where a warrant issued by a SC magistrate had no legal standing.  It would appear that Nuckolls was apprehended in that part of SC which SC historians refer to as the "New  Acquisition Territory ."  This area had previously been considered part of NC; however, in 1772, the dividing line between NC and SC was finally surveyed as far as the Cherokee Indian Line. The result was that much land previously thought to have been in NC was found to be actually in SC.  In fact, the 300-acre tract acquired by John Mayfield from Jacob Brown in 1770 was also in this area, as Brown had obtained title to the land by patent issued by the Province of North Carolina in 1754. 15 January 1773:  A plea is filed by John Nuckolls in the Charleston Court of Common Pleas record (plea actually made on  02 February 1773).   John Mayfield and a certain Thomas Fletchall were jointly sued in a plea of trespass by a this same John Nuckolls. The plea basically concerned John Mayfield's arrest of Nuckolls, John being a constable operating under the orders of the local magistrate (Justice of the Peace), Thomas Fletchall. Nuckolls's argument was that he had been apprehended in North Carolina, where a warrant issued by a South Carolina magistrate had no legal standing.  It is interesting to note that the attorney representing Mayfield and Fletchall in this matter was Edward Rutledge, the same Rutledge who, three years later, would sign the Declaration of Independence!  [See Charleston Court of Common Pleas Book 99, page 345]   John Nuckolls was a prominent planter in the Thicketty Creek area and probably lived quite near to John Mayfield's 100-acre tract on Broad River

[NI738] Was the successor of the land in Louisa Co VA. Nathan Nuckuls  54 acres in survey of Amherst Co, VA pg 200 in 1768. Amherst Co, Records 17 Jan 1774 Nathan Nuckols (Signed Nuckolls) AC, to Henry Trent, AC f or 10 pounds attachment- stock, furniture, tobacco now on Trent's Plantation; one knife. Wit: Thos LUMPKIN, Rich SHELTON 29 October 1779 NATHANIEL NUCKOLLS and JOHN HILL appointed to oversee processioning for Precinct No. 26 The Lands of WM KIMBROUGH, HARRY TOMPKINS DEC'D, JOHN HILL, NATHANL NUCKOLDS, SAML BUMPASS, JNO FERGUSON, JN. EUMPASS, WM GRYMES, FORTUNATUS SYDNOR DEC'D. And that WILLIAM 0. WINSTON & WM DARRACOTT do see the said processioning performed and return their proceedings according to Law. (No return recorded) Richmond Enquirer 11-16-1810 pg 4 On Friday the 7th day of November next, will be sold to the highest bidder on twelve months credit (on the premises), the tract of land on which Nathaniel Nuckolls dec'd lately resided, lying in the county of Hanover on the South Anna River about eight miles above the Court House, contai ning by estimation about 247 acres - Bond with approved security will be required of the purchaser with a deed of trust on the land to secure the payment - The sale will be made in pursuance of the last will and testiment of Jas. Nuckolls dec'd of Hanover County.  William Nuckolls , Heir at L aw Nov 9 1810

[NI739] Although many marriages took place at age 14. I found a birth date for Aga tha c1727 on WFT Vol 7 Tree#3244 Agatha was an ancestor of First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt I have a Aggatha Nuckolls daughter of Richard Bullock, but it is in his wi ll and it is dated about 1766.  But it is in NC I have another  from NC th at moved to Shelby Co Richard H. Bullock B. 1803, in 1860 he lived at Low er Yellow Leaf Creek, that empties into the Coosa River at Wilsonville, Al .But on mine since he was a ggggreatCousin I do not have who he married. H is parents were Edward Sr. Bullock and Sarah Dalby. This Nuckulls may ev en be just a cousin of yours. But it does seem to go back aways where the Nuckulls and Bullocks are related. I will look further. Jan Canfield-Bullo ck bjcanfield@cox.net Between 1782 and 1785, Mrs Nuckolls married Joshua Petty b 1751 died 2-6-1 816 "He was as much loved by the children as if he had been their own fath er.. He managed the farm so as to increase the value of the property and g ave the children the best education possible" (Source Pionerr Settle rs od Grayson County Va by Rev Ben F Nuckolls, 1914 Galax, VA

[NI740] 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 Henderson who was born, lived and died on Taylor's Creek, Hanover County Virginia and was married to Elizabeth. Their children were William, Thomas, Barbara, Mary, Elizabeth, Jane, John, Christopher, and Rollins. He wrote that his "aunt Jane married Samuel Shelton and had seven children- Peter, El izabeth, Mary, David,  Nancy, Thomas, and John. Tennessee Cousins pg 415 by Worth S Ray William Henderson did not remain in Grange County TN long, apparently on May 30 1755 he sold his land to James Nuckols of Louisa County and was th en living in Albemarle, where a son, Thomas Henderson, John Henderson (w ho had married one of the Bennetts from King and Queen County) had settl ed a short time before buying land from Dr Arthur Hopkins. By this time, evidently, William Henderson's wife was deceased, and it is believed that some of his children remained in Orange or Culpepper.

[NI741] Date 1793 Description  August 20 Grayson Co, Plat Map Surveyed John Phillips, assignee of Michael Ryan assignee of Charles Nucke ls of P. Hines by virture of a land office treasury warrant of 200 acres N o. 17912 and dated the 19th day of July 1783 enter 100 acres of land on bo th sides of Meadow Creek, Beginning at a White Oak by Meadow Creek corn er to his survey, thense So. 58E66 poles up the creek to the mouth of a br anch & up sd. branch No. 12E138 to a White Oak, thence a straight cour se to a Hickory & 2 White oak sapplings corner to Parker's Land and with t he line thence So. 67W152 crossing the creek to a large white oak, then jo ining Willoby Blevins' land & to the beginning for quantity. October 3d Minitree Jones, asee of James Newell, asee, etc., by virt ue of a certificate from the principal surveyor of Montgomery County, f or part of a land office treasury warrant for 1000 acres No. 21093 dated t he _________ day of _____________ enters 1000 acres of land adjoining h is own land & that of Charles Nuckles, thence to the waggon road then ce in a direct course to George Holland's line thence different courses f or quantity to adjoint the lines of John Baker and himself. October 3 Flower Swift asee of P. Gaines Asee of William Kidd by virt ue of a Land Office Treasury Warrant for 2510 acres No. 16464 dated the 17 th day of May 1783 enters 75 acres of land on Meadow Creek beginni ng in a Crab Orchard on Parker's line thence with his line and the li ne of Charles Denny, Lazarus Denny, Willoby Blevins & Charles Nuckles to i nclude the vacant land thereabouts for quantity. Grayson Co, VA Transportation and Roads 1793. Minitree Jones survey the road from the mouth of Elk Creek to the ri ver at the dividing line between Nuckolls and Jones; William Blevins fr om thence to the top of the ridge beyond Mae's Branch; Abraham Hardwick fr om thence to the Carolina line. (Source "The Nuckolls Family Vol 1 Part 2 of the History of the Bobbitts ", compiled and Published 1973 by Clyde Goddard, Rt 1 New Boston, MO 63557 ) In 1780 Charles Nuckolls moved to Southwest Virginia and entered one thous and acres of land on New River and Cripple Creek and others of the Nuckol ls family followed him. About the year 1790 Charles moved from Cripple Cre ek to Meadow Creek near Greenville. The land entered by Charles Nuckol ls on Cripple Creek is now owned by John P Simmerman and others. Nathani al Nuckolls, son of John Nuckolls, owned a part of this land, lived the re , brought up his family, and died in Wythe County. (Grayson Co. A History  in Words and Pictures) Grayson Co. Historical Soci ety. : Charles Nuckolls, Flower Swift and Philip Gaines, Gent., in Court agr ee that they will Convey to trustee for the use of the Courts,100 Acr es of land at the seat of the public building, one-half thereof to be in to Lots and Streets, and establish a Town; the balance to be Common, Reser ving three half-acre Lotts at their choice after the Lotts were laid o ff ( ca. 1793)                                                                   On moti on of Robert Nuckolls, who having produced the receipt of this Clerk of th is Court for the sum of Twelve Dollars and fifty Cents, a license is grant ed him to keep an Ordinary at his house in Greenville. One year from the f irst of May last, Whereupon he entered into bond with Security accordingl y. Also I found this  Charles Nuckolls and Robert Nuckolls listed as (Pion eer Freeholders) prior to 1800.                    Minitree Jones survey t he road from the mouth of Elk Creek to the river at the dividing line betw een Nuckolls and Jones;  William Blevins from thence to the top of the rid ge beyond Mae's Branch; Abraham Hardwick from thence to the Carolina lin e. (1793) The quarters of two hundred fifty dollars each had to be giv en by two other persons; therefore, Philip Gains procured Robert Nuckol ls and George Currin to go these quarter bonds for him. The court declar ed that the bond of one thousand dollars would be considered void if Phil ip Gains came into the next term and answered to the charges. approx (1807 ). Early Fashions displayed by Katye Dickenson Nuckolls approx 8 to 10 yea rs of age. A house is shone on part of 2000 acres bought by Charles Nuckol ls in 1783. The house was built in 1874 by William Swift (Bud) Nuckolls a nd is occupied today by Mrs. Heath Nuckolls.(Grayson Co. A History  in Wor ds and Pictures) Grayson Co. Historical Society. February 1812 Grayson Co, Court A deed from Robert Nuckolls to Charles Nuckolls was proven in court by Jo hn Nuckolls and Abner Jones subscribing witnesses & ordered to be recorded . The 1813 Grayson County, Virginia Court Order Book Feburary 1813 At a court begun and held for the county of Grayson on Tuesday the 23rd d ay of February 1813. Present: John Robinson, Joshua Hanks, Charles Nuckolls, & John A. Grigg} G ent. Justices Grayson County Court Minutes March Term 1826 Pg14 On motion of William OGLESBY & John A. CLEMENTS administrators of Charl es NUCKOLLS dec'd it is ordered that John ROBERSON & Abner JONES after bei ng sworn for purpose examine state and settle their accounts & make repo rt thereof to court. Summers, Lewis Preston, [View Citation] [Table of Contents] Annals of southwest Virginia, 1769-1800 Abingdon, Va.: L.P. Summers, 1929, 1799  pgs. pg 1359 Charles Nuckols appointed appriaser under the Execution law Aug 24 1790

[HI741] (Research):Found in undocumented database at ancestry Family Data Collection - Individual Records about Charles Nuckolls Name: «tab»Charles Nuckolls Spouse: «tab»Elizabeth Hightower Parents: «tab»James Nuckolls Henderson Birth Place: «tab»VA Birth Date: «tab»1745 Marriage Date: «tab»1795 Death Date: «tab»1820

[XI741] Nuckolls Cemetery, Judge Matthews Farm, Old Town, VA

[NI742] February 1812 Grayson Co, Court A deed from Robert Nuckolls to Charles Nuckolls was proven in court by Jo hn Nuckolls and Abner Jones subscribing witnesses & ordered to be recorded . May 1812 This day came the parties by their attornies and thereupon came a ju ry to wit: James Clark, Aaron Lundy, Nicholas Robinson, Robert Warden, Jos hua Sumner, Jesse Wells, Samuel Cox, John Snider, Samuel Lundy, John Nucko lls, Minitree Jones and John Simcock who being sworn to try the issue join ed and having heard the evidence retired and after some time returned in to court and said they cannot agree whereupon juror was withdrawn by conse nt and the rest from rendering verdict, were discharged, & the cause conti nued till next court. Aug 1812 Indictment for assault. This day came the prosecution for the Commonweal th and thereupon came a jury towit: Thomas A. Ward, John Durnell, Bennet R ector, Esau Worrell, Edward Moore, William Ward, William Wyatt, Levi Jone s, Timothy Dalton, William Hanks, John Nuckolls & John Cunningham, who bei ng sworn to assess the fine returned their verdict in the following wor ds to wit: "We of the jury find assess the commonwealth's fine to fifty ce nts whereupon it is considered by the court that the defendant forfeit a nd pay the fine aforesaid by the jurors assessed and the cost of this pros ecution and may be taken.

[NI743] Nathaniel appears in the First Virginia Nuckolls & Kindred Book II on pa ge 62 number 33. Many descendants of his second wife Martha Toler (Towler) have been documented since the last book was published 11/19/1759 # 8 Precinct Land Processioning New Kent Co, VA John Bumpass, Robert Bumpass, Samule Bumpass, William Grimes, John Hill ov erseer, William Kimbrough, Nathaniel Nucholls overseer, Fortunatus Snyde r, Harry Tompkins. 11/12/1779 # 8 Precinct Land Processioning New Kent Co, VA John Bumpass, Samuel Bumpass, William Darrocott overseer, John Ferguson, W illiam Grymes, John Hill, William Kimbrough, Nathaniel Nucholds, Fortunat us Snyder Dec'd, Harry Tomkins Dec'd and William O Windon overseer Wythe Co, VA-21010-320010-15slaves  1810 Census Some 1810 Census records reflect recodings of males and females in reverse . 1810 Census Wythe Co., VA Nathaniel Nuckles/ Nuckolls Family.  Image 24/ 39 at Ancestry. 1 female 10-15 probably  Alley/Allie Nuckolls Another Census record shows : 1810 Wythe Co VA Nathaniel Nuckles 32001-21010-15 (Source "The Nuckolls Family Vol 1 Part 2 of the History of the Bobbitts ", compiled and Published 1973 by Clyde Goddard, Rt 1 New Boston, MO 63557 ) In 1780 Charles Nuckolls moved to Southwest Virginia and entered one thous and acres of land on New River and Cripple Creek and others of the Nuckol ls family followed him. About the year 1790 Charles moved from Cripple Cre ek to Meadow Creek near Greenville. The land entered by Charles Nuckol ls on Cripple Creek is now owned by John P Simmerman and others. Nathani al Nuckolls, son of John Nuckolls, owned a part of this land, lived the re , brought up his family, and died in Wythe County. Bertha states that Nathaniel  was followed by his younger brother Samuel due to the fact that a Samuel Nuckolls is shown in a transfer of 568 acres of land adjoining Nathaniel Nuckolls.  This was in 1797 and it was in the Wythe County Deed Book. Wythe County, Virginia      Will Book 3, Pages 108-110 Wythe County, Verginia     Crippel Creek eighth March Eighteen hundred and twenty three I Natthannial Nuckels of the County and State above written, do in a Sollom manner make this for my last Will and Testament, as followeth__ first that all my Just debts and Funarel Charges be paid__ 2nd    I give to my eldist Daughter Alphey Chaney the wife of Hessakiah Ch aney, the sum of two hundred & fifty dollars in money, to be paid ov er to her by and threw the hands of my under named Executors, at and by di fferrenl gales or payments in sutch a manner as may seem to sute or meet h er needz not more than fifty dollars at a time, this to be Jud gd of by my Executors;  As to Hessakiah Chaney her Husband as abo ve it is my wish that he may not have any part of the above sd money at h is Command nor the power to draw it from my Executors, as I have here tofo re given him a Negroe girl and sundreys of other property which is all th at I do intend to give him the sd Hessakiah Chaney__ 3 ly I give to my son Lee Nuckels two Negroes  Slaves namely Aron & Charlo tty Aron he has had possession for Some years past__ 4th I give to my Daughter Alley Engeldow and her Husband Randoll Engeld ow two Negroe slaves namely Israel and Martha both now in their possession __ 5th I give to my son Garlen Nuckels two Negroe Slaves Namely George and Jo mimah George he has had in possession for some time past__ 6th I give to my Daughter Seeney Sheffey and Henry Le Sheffey her Husba nd two Negroe slaves by name (Levisa  or Luisa ?) and Eliza__ 7th As to my wife Martha I give to her one Negroe girl Narssissa by na me to have and to hold forever and also I give to her one full ha lf of my hous hold furnature and farming tools and two other Negroe slav es namely Fealdon (Feilding) and Caty during her lifetime and al so it is my will for her to keep sutch of the live stock say of the hors es Cattel hoggs sheap & (e ?)       as she may think proppar during her Wi ddowhood, and if in Case that shee should git  married it is my will th at shee shall have and hold one full half of the above sd stock during h er life time and for the other half to be sold  agreeabel to Law in sut ch Cases and for the proceed of sutch sail  to be equally divided betwe en my six youngest Children that will be here after namd and in Case th at my wife should remain and not marry till death she may Keep all the Rem ander of the Negroes or hire some of them out as it may seem to sute be st for the rasing and educateing of the six youngest Children last Spoke o f, this to be dun through the advice and counsel of my Executors here aft er to be naimed; but and in Case that my wife should marrey aga in it is my will that it be left to my Executors after vewing the sittuati on of the then familey whitch and how many of the remainder as above menti oned of the Negroes may remain with her and her  husband with out hire a nd sutch as they may think proper to hire to be dun agreeabel to Law in su tch Cases and the moneys ariseing from sutch hire to be equally devided be tween my six youngest Children which will be hereafter naimed or appli ed in part to their edducation if need should require it       It is also my will that my foar youngest sons namely John..Andrew..C alvin.. and Loransey recieve from the proceeds of my Estate after they m ay arrive to a Lawfull age one Negroe each togeather with a horz bridel a nd saddel; and also that my two youngest daughterz Recive from the same fu nds one Negroe each and a horz bridel and side saddel also one feather b ed and furnature the names of those two girls is Nancy & Elizabith I me an  for them to recieve the above property after they may become of Lawfu ll age or git married and not beforss__ As to the Land that I bot of my brother Sammuel Nuckels  ( A Passing ?) that  which I now live on it is my will that it and the other remai ns of my Estate be equally devided between my six last named Children  S ay  John.. Andrew.. Calvin Loransey…. Nancy and Elizabeth, after they a ll become of Lawfull age in any way that thay may think proper amungst  th em selves after ariveing to sutch age __ as  to the plantation that I n ow live on it is my will that my Wife Martha have and holde it in possessi on during her life; and after her death it is my will for all and everry p art of property as above willd to her for during life to fall to my six la st named Children    togeather with the last mentioned plantation for th em to recive and devide amugst them selves as they may think proper aft er all of them haveing ariven to a Lawfull age these as they are to do wi th  the above sd  Lands & property; but and if it should so happen th at my wife Martha shoul [d]  die before those six Children last mention ed become of Lawfull age (then or them) and  [Due to wear on the orgini al document, this line can no longer be seen.] ….Land(s) and hire out t he Negroes and make sail of sutch other property as may deem proper to the m, the proceeds of sutch rent hire and sale to be equally devided betwe en the six last mentioned   Lygettees__      It is also my Will th at if in case aney or some more or less of the six last named leggettees s hould die before they becom of Lawfull age that every and all parts of the ir Estate as above willd to them may fall to the Remaining survivoring on es of the last six as above mentioned__       Lastly I appoint My Trusty friendz. Jamez Gleeves, and William Thorn burgh as my Executory both of the County & State as above written to manna ge and transact the affairs of my Estate agreeabel to the above written wi ll. Witness whereunto I have set my hand and Efixed my seal the day and ye ar as above written__ Nathaniel Nukolls  atttest  William Saul Thomas High ly Will recorded  3/10/1824 Wythe Co, Deed Bk 2 pg 228 1797- George Ewing and his wife of Wythe county conveyed to Samuel Nuckol ls two tracts on waters of the New River, containing 568 acres adjoining N athaniel Nuckolls. Samuel as a son of James III but data provided by Carrie Pfender does supp ort this Samuel as well as other children. Samuel supposedly accompanied his brother to Wythe Co, VA Wythe Co, Will Book 3 pg 108 Mentions his wife Martha, his eldest daughter Alphey Chaney, his sons L ee and Garland, and his youngest sons John, Andrew, Calvin and Lorenzo. Wythe County, Virginia Courthouse    Deed Book 11, Page 612 20 January 1831         Jno. Nuckolls & wife  to Deed And. Nuckolls     Ex d This Indenture made this twentieth day of January in the year of our Lo rd one thousand eight hundred and thirty one, between John Nuckolls & Mart ha his wife of the County of Wythe and State of Virginia of the one par t, and Andrew Nuckolls of the County & state aforesaid of the other part W itnesseth, that the said John Nuckolls & Martha his wife for and in consid eration of the sum of five hundred & thirty Dollars current money of the U nited States, to them in hand paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowle dged do grant bargain and sell unto the said Andrew Nuckolls, all the righ t, title, claim and Interest of the said John Nuckolls in and to the re al estate devised to him by the last Will & Testament of his father Nathan iel Nuckolls deed lying and being in the said County of Wythe, the same be ing one undivided sixth part of the lands devised to the said John Nuckol ls together with the said Andrew Nuckolls and Calvin Nuckolls, Lorenzo Nuc kolls, Nancy Nuckolls & Elizabeth Nuckolls by their father the said Nathan iel Nuckolls deed with all the appurtenances. To have and to hold the sa id undivided interest in the said lands with all the appurtenances unto t he said Andrew Nuckolls and his heirs, to the sole use and behoof of him t he said Andrew Nuckolls and his heirs forever. And said John Nuckolls f or himself and his heirs doth covenant with the said Andrew Nuckolls and h is heirs that he the said John Nuckolls and his heirs the said Undivided i nterest in the real estate aforesaid with all the appurtenances unto the s aid Andrew Nuckolls and his heirs against the claims of all persons whomso ever, shall warrant and will forever defend. In Witness whereof, the sa id John Nuckolls & Martha his wife have hereunto subscribed their names, a nd affixed their seals, the day and year first above written. Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of John Nuckolls   seal Martha x (her mark) Nuckolls    seal Wythe County, to wit: We Shepherd Brown and W.H. Spiller Justices of the P eace in the county aforesaid, in the state of Virginia, do hereby certi fy that John Nuckolls party to a certain deed bearing date on the 20th d ay of January 1831, and hereto annexed, personally appeared before u s, in our county aforesaid, and acknowledged the same to be his act and de ed, and desired us to certify the said acknowledgement to the Clerk of t he County Court of Wythe in order that the said deed may be recorded. Giv en under our hands and seals this 20th day of January 1831. S. Brown                                       seal W .H. Spiller                                 se al 1830 Census with sons Andrew, John and Lee    was a Mathew Nuckolls pg 3 45 1m20-30, 1m5-10,1m15-20; 1f10-15, 1f 15-20, 1f 20-30. Can this be anoth er son? born c 1807  However Matthew never appears again in the census rec ords. My ggg grandmother was Elizabeth Nuckolls, dau. of Nathaniel Nuckolls a nd Mary or Martha Towler who resided in Wythe Co., VA. I have informati on to share on this Elizabeth Nuckolls Pope if you are intereste d.             Martha Williams mgwilliams@farmerstel.com Amherst Co, Records 17 Jan 1774 Nathan Nuckols (Signed Nuckolls) AC, to Henry Trent, AC f or 10 pounds attachment- stock, furniture, tobacco now on Trent's Plantati on; one knife. Wit: Thos LUMPKIN, Rich SHELTON 29 October 1779 NATHANIEL NUCKOLLS and JOHN HILL appointed to oversee proc essioning for Precinct No. 26 The Lands of WM KIMBROuGH, HARRY TOMPKINS DE C'D, JOHN HILL, NATHANL NUCKOLDS, SAML BUMPASS, JNO FERGUSON, JN. BUMPAS S, WM GRYMES, FORTUNATUS SYDNOR DEC'D. And that WILLIAM 0. WINSTON & WM DA RRACOTT do see the said processioning performed and return their proceedin gs according to Law. (No return recorded)

[NI744] Died without a will. Said to have died while away from home. Louisa Co Court records Admin & Inventory of Estate. People who bought fr om the sale include John Burrus, Ann Nuckolls, Thomas Duke, John Nuckoll s, James Duke Nuckolls, Stephen Terry Nuckolls. James Duke and Stephen T w ere exec of the estate. He owned a good many slaves and household goods. A fter the debt was settled, the estate totaled $312.79. His funeral expen se was $5 The Village of Fredericks Hall Contributed by Claudia A. Chisholm Another home, the COSBY HOUSE along with its owners and residents, is note worthy in the continuing narration regarding the Village of Fredericks Hal l.  This property is located in an area known as Cedar Hill, off Route 65 6, in a rather remote section between Fredericks Hall and Cuckoo.  The dwe lling house has been uninhabited for some time, therefore the overall pano rama appears unkept.  Within view of the dwelling house is a lone chimn ey which is reported to have been a part of a slave cabin.  The overgro wn cemetery is the only other reminder of some of the people who resided t here. Quaint in design by today's standards, there are indications the fra me story-and-a half house was built some time in the early 1800's.  Upon v isiting the COSBY HOUSE in 1979, this researcher noted the dwelling hou se in relatively good condition; however, the circumstances are quite different today.  As one approached the property, an eye-catching feature of t he old home was the large stepped twin chimneys which embraced most of t he north end of the house.  A single and less noticeable chimney was on t he southern exposure.  Apparently the COSBY HOUSE was modernized during t he 1900's. Dormer windows are believed to have been removed when the ro of was replaced. The front porch shows evidence of change in style and size.  A small addition appears to have added to accommodate for modem conveniences. In reviewing the records of earlier years, we find once again a parc el of land being owned by a descendant of the original Harris family of Fr edericks Hall.  In 1817, Frederick Harris, Jr., sold to Thomas Nuckolls 249 acres on the south fork of Little River,, After purchasing the property, Thomas Nuckolls allowed his son, James Duke Nuckolls, to take up resid ence on the land without benefit of title.  Shortly before his death in the mid 1820's, Thomas Nuckolls conveyed the COSBY HOUSE property to his so n.  The deed in part reads..."on which he the said James D. Nuckolls at pr esent resides lying on the south fork of Little River"(2)This would certai nly indicate a dwelling house either before 1817 or shortly thereafter. Thomas Nuckolls was a man of considerable means.  He married Ann Terry, daughter of James and Henrietta Terry on March 4, 1785.  Thomas Nuckolls died without a will; therefore, the following children are recorded in unpub lished family papers.  The oldest son, James Duke Nuckolls, was born Febru ary 26, 1886 of whom there will be additional comments later.  Other child ren were: George Byars Nuckolls who married October 1, 1828, Myra R. Boxley, daughter of Pallison and Susanna Dickinson Boxley; Mary Nuckolls, believed to have been unmarried; Stephen Terry Nuckolls who married November 16, 1827, Maria Trice, daughter of Anderson and Martha Sandidge Trice; Alex ander married November 17, 1817 Ann Burruss; Samuel; Nathaniel; Lucinda married John Burruss Oct. 6, 1817; Nancy; Jane who married Richard Harris Adrian's Addition to this article! [ As you all know, I found marriage record of Nancy to Joseph Harris Janua ry 03, 1805] Robert S. Cosby married Frances A. Hughes in 1821.  Her parents were Charl es and Polly Hughes and her grandmother was Elizabeth Terrell, all of Hano ver County, Virginia.  In 1825 Charles Hughes gave his daughter two slave s, Maria and Hannah.  There are a number of letters written by Frances Hug hes Cosby's family in the archives of the Louisa County Historical Society Mus eum.  These documents tell of the state of affairs within the Hughes fami ly as well as happenings in the areas in which they lived. Robert S. Cosby was the son of Duke Cosby and Amelia Harris. (Amelia Harr is was the daughter of Robert Harris and Mezpina Walton who are believ ed to have inherited a part of the Grand Patent at Fredericks Hall of Will iam Harris, Jr. in 1725).  In the Louisa Museum there are documents and le tters pertaining to the business and personal life of Robert S. Cosby and the Co sby family.  There are a number of interesting letters written from Robert 's brothers, Austin M. and Charles Rufus Cosby from various locations, mos tly from the state of Georgia Robert Cosby, like his father Duke Cosby, w as a farmer and tavern keeper. Louisa records show that Duke Cosby operat ed a Tavern from 1807 to his death around 1819.  In his will and the divis ion of his estate, there is no mention of a Tavern; however, he left his h ome place and all adjoining parcels to his wife, Amelia D. Cosby.  The rec ords show Duke Cosby's license ceased in 1819; at which time Robert S. beg an applying for a license.  In the late 1830's, the licenses were issu ed to both Robert S. and Amelia D. Cosby.  After 1842 and the death of Ame lia D., the license was issued to only Robert S. "...in his house for priv ate entertainment."10 Whether the Cosby's made their own beer for dispersion in the Tavern is n ot known; however, the following recipe was found among the family papers: 11 To Make 15 Galls of Beer 2 114 Galls. good molasses 112 Bushel wheat Brans, to be clean sifted 1 peck Hops The above to be all well mixed with 18 gals. water and boiled about two ho urs and when milk warm, add about 1 1/2 coffee cups of yeast.  Let the ca sk be filled quite full-as soon as it works and the foam falls, l et it be well-stopped and it will be fit for use in eight days and not soo ner.  If the molasses is not very good it will not be amiss to add I qt. m ore.  I forgot to mention that after boiling it is to be strained- The yea st is to be put into the cask before the Beer is put in." In 1856, it was ordered that "Alfred M. Goodwin, Oscar Herring, George Gar dner, Atwood Wash and William G. Barrett five freeholders of this county a re hereby appointed Commissioners (any two or more whom being first duly s worn may act) to supentend (sic) the general Election of County and Distri ct Officers of the County of Louisa at Cosby's Tavern a place of voti ng in the 5th District of this County on the 4th Thursday of the present m onth May 1856 (being 22 day May.) Nelson Lipscomb is appointed the Offic er to conduct the election at Cosby's Tavern as being a voting place unt il 1860." The records of Louisa County for 1861 to 1867 appear to be missi ng; therefore, we do not know how long the Tavern was a voting place. Three known children were born at the COSBY HOUSE to Robert S. and Franc es H. Cosby.  Their son, Charles T., married Sarah H. Hancock and they app ear to have lived on Rock Creek for a time.  Mary Virginia, the only daugh ter, never married.  In 1837, she attended school at the home of Joseph W. Pendleton.  He was paid $75 for her "board and tuition".  The second so n, Joseph T. Cosby, was also unmarried.  This son lived at home with his p arents for a time.  In the fall of 1854 he moved to Chesterfield Coun ty to work at the Steam Saw Mill.  He wrote the following letter in Septem ber to his parents at Fredericks Hall. "My Dear Father, I take my pen this evening to write you and Mother a few lines but hard ly know what to write.  Your letter you wrote me by Andrew was very good b ut I received one by mail a few hours after that hurt me very much.  De ar Pa and Ma did I not have your consent to go to F Hall to Live? & aft er that to come here? did I not suffer many hardships there? did I not suf fer many here? and was I not sick and surrounded by Cholera here?  W as I at anytime more than halfpaid by my rich masters?  Have I not liv ed a single life long enough? did you not give me permission to court a nd I loved? and seek the welfare and happiness of us both?  Could I be hap py and-be unhappy? did I not want business of my own or at least such as w ould give me Sunday and a church to meet with? All this did not produce su ch a letter as this before me.  Pa is perplexed and Ma is in tears!  I wi sh I had been with you to have cried too, you think I am going to sett le so far from you, it will be 100 miles.  Pa says, you seem to have forgo tten me and your best of Mothers.  Dear Pa I may seem to be forgetful b ut cannot forget you and Ma.  I have a great many more things to atte nd to now than when I lived with you and besides a great many real trouble s. I will tell you some.  I have spent very little money since I came he re my trip to Hampton cost me $14. and what money I have now and what Mr D unnington owes me will make only about $35.  My clothes I ware every day h ave been so dirty that they are nearly all washed away and what are good a re so stained with the chestnut saw dust that they are hardly fit to war e. I shall have to spend some of my money to get me some more.  A nd Mr D. has not paid me and he may take his time for it for what I kno w. he did not come down last Monday as he promised and when he will come is more than any o ne can tell.  Andrew will want me in L next week and I shall want to be th ere myself but if Mr D. wishes to disappoint me again he can do it and wh at can I do.  If I go to see you as I would gladly do my business wou ld be put back a week later and I cannot ride on the Va.C.R.R. free now a nd would have come back to Richmond again rather than be killed in a sta ge going over the mountains. Besides all this I received a letter 4th fr om Hampton stating that the writer had given out an anticipated trip to Ly nchburg so that stretches out 300 miles between us, but they were wel l. If Mr D. does not come b Saturday night I shall be in Louisa Sunday I t hink and If he does not pay me and my money gives out I will walk to L. a nd if times get too hard for merchants I can get $1.50 a day for hewing ti mber But Ma thinks that fanners are so much defendant on God that I oug ht to think of that and be one.  I expect to feel my dependence on H im no matter where I go or what I do.  A farmer does not always think of a nd feel his dependence on God as he should.  I need only refer you to fo ur of your nearest neighbors R.T. Bibb, E.T. Harris, N.W. Harris & M. Bak er I shall now close for my paper is getting short by saying I remain yo ur affectionate son. Joseph T Cosby By October of 1854 we find Joseph T. and Andrew (?) in Lynchburg, Virgin ia where they are operating a store.  He tells about Lynchburg and the var ious railroad constructions taking place there.  Then he relates what happ ened to him when he came to Louisa (11)..."I thought I had seen trouble b ut did not see any till during some three weeks after I saw you last.  My affai rs in Louisa I thought obliged me to go there. If I got married and to ret urn with a lady that was poor and what I might own have to be made ov er to somebody else pressed on my mind so that I almost went deranged. I w rote to the lady about some things I had heard about her which put h er in the highest sort of a passion and she wrote to me denying the repo rt and telling me to return or burn her letters and not to write to her ag ain and in the future we must be as strangers. It was a task not hard to p erform. I sent them to her with the request she would send mine to F. Ha ll if she mailed them, for I intended to have gone west before now, but ca nnot get my business right here yet and think it probable I shall not ti ll Christmas. I do not know where I shall go yet but think I shall go to A rkansas though I may go back to Louisa. Concerning the ladies affairs it t urns out that her mother left about $10,000 worth of property to her husba nd during his lifetime and the lady was to have her expenses paid from t he income of that property and at the death of her husband (Mr. Nowland)t he lady was to have it all." Apparently the first wife of Charles Rufus Cosby, (brother of ?Robert S .) had died sometime prior to 1857. In a letter written the latter pa rt of that year, Charles relates the following to Robert S. at Frederic ks hall "àhe had married last may most a year ago to Eizabeth Lester aged 34 in go od health but I don't think I shall have to rock the cradle-only when so me of my married daughters come to see me." Robert S. Cosby took his Amnesty Oath on 15 May, 1865.(17) His will was wr itten in 1868 and probated in 1880. He was survived by his wife, Frances a nd their three children. The COSBY HOUSE was left to his wife for life, th en to his unmarried daughter, Mary Virginia Cosby. Robert S. Cosby had a s pinster sister, Louisa B., who lived on a parcel of his land to which s he was given life rights. After the death of Mary Virginia and Louisa B ., the property was bequeathed to Joseph T. Cosby, brother of Mary Virgini a. In the early 1900's, Joseph T. conveyed all his personal and real proper ty to his two nephews, Walter R. and Thomas H. Cosby. These were the so ns of his brother, Charles T. Cosby. Walter never married and before his d eath his interest was deeded to his brother, Thomas Hancock Cosby. Thomas Hancock Cosby married a widow, Minnie Maria Gentry Strong on Septem ber 23, 1933. She was the daughter of Abner C. and Bettie M. Davis Gentr y. By her first marriage, to Nattie T. Strong, Minnie had the following ch ildren: Abner Eugene Strong who married Mary Brooks Shiflett; Clifton Morr is who married Eva Butler; John who married Thelma Sprouse; McKinley who m arried twice, Juanita ? and Janie ?; Non-nan who died at the age of 7 wi th leukemia; and Catherine who married Martin Sharp. Minnie also adopted M arshall (Moses) Tate and Willie Humphry. Thomas H. Cosby and Minnie h ad no children. Thomas H. Cosby died September 5, 1957, and Minnie died January 16, 196 1. Her heirs sold the COSBY HOUSE to Henry L. Lam in 1966. The most rece nt conveyance was to Wall and King Construction, Inc. and others. It is re ported the property is presently being used for a wildlife refuge. In 1817, Frederick Harris, Jr., sold to Thomas Nuckolls 249 acres on the s outh fork of Little River,, )'After purchasing the property, Thomas Nuckol ls allowed his son, James Duke Nuckolls, to take up residence on the la nd without benefit of title.  Shortly before his death in the mid 1823, Th omas Nuckolls conveyed the COSBY HOUSE property to his son. The deed in part reads..."on which he the said James D. Nuckolls at prese nt resides lying on the south fork of Little River"  This would certain ly indicate a dwelling house either before 1817 or shortly thereafter. Records indicate James's first wife had died by the time Thomas actually c onveyed the land on Little River to his son, James Duke. This sketch is written mainly from facts learned from my father, Nathani el Nuckolls. By Elizabeth Ann Nuckolls. (Copies Aug 31, 1957 by Bertha Nuc kolls, Galax, VA My grandfather, Thomas Nuckolls, was born in Louisa County, Virginia, about the year 1767. He was of Scotch descent. His ancestors came from Dunfer mline, Scotland, and settled in Virginia. He married Anne terry, she w as of Scoth-Irish descent. I suppose they were both Baptists, as all the ir children were. My father said that they were both strict Christians. Th ere was no dissipation of any kind in the family. I was personally acquain ted with all of his sons and daughters, all of them having come to Georg ia except the oldest son, Duke, and I knew him in Virginia; he and his who le family were excellent Baptist people. Grandfather was a very dignified, quiet man, but unflinching in what he considered was his duty to his fa mily. He was very particular in all business transactions, honesty and jus tice was his creed. He was a farmer, raised corn, small grain and tobacco. His sons worked on the farm unless they showed a decided talent for som ething else. I suppose he must have been a carpenter as well as farm er as three of his sons were fine artisans. He raised six sons and two dau ghters; these last were trained to do all kinds of domestic work, were fi ne weavers of nice goods for wearing apparel, sould do any kind of sewin g, plain and ornamental. Indeed for ingenuity, the whole family were prove rbial. The girls got more education than the oldest boys, the two younge st boys were very well educated. One of the girls married and raised sever al children, the other died as an old maid. When his sons came of ag e, he would tell them that they were free, give them what he felt able to give, and exhort them to shunn dissipation of all kinds, and to be industrious and saving. He died about 1825. His wife died first (his children took care of him till he died) The list of children was taken from estate records and also mentioned in the article "The Village of Frederick Hall" which detailed Thomas & Ann & their children.

[NI745] Wythe Co, Deed Bk 2 pg 228 1797- George Ewing and his wife of Wythe county conveyed to Samuel Nuckol ls two tracts on waters of the New River, containing 568 acres adjoining N athaniel Nuckolls. Samuel supposedly accompanied his brother to Wythe Co, VA WILL of Samuel Nuckolls Goochland Co, VA Bk 6 p387  21 Feb 1822  Will of Samuel Nuckolls of Louisa Co.  Mentions si ster Mary Nuckolls "all the land called Cat-Tail."  Daughter Elizabeth McGehee in her widowhood, her dec. husband George, and their children. Execut or Charles Nuckolls, witnesses, Fred Harris and Robert Barret. Witnessed by Samuel NUCKOLLS 5.  Will of Charles Rice of Louisa, Will Book 5, pages 365 and 366      In the name of God Amen.  I Charles Rice of the County of Louisa, bei ng sick and weak in body, but Sound sense and memory, thanks be to God f or the same, do make and ordain this my last will and testament, my so ul I surrender unto God who gave it humbly, hoping through the meri ts of my dear Redeemer Forgiveness of all my sins, my body I commit to t he ground to be buried in a christian manner at the discreetion (sic) of my surviving friends, and as to what worldly Estate it has pleased G od to bless me with I dispose of in manner and form as followeth, in the f irst place I will that all my just debts be paid. Then lend to my loving w ife Sarah three negroes namely Dick, Niney, and Stephen, and all my Stock, and household furniture during her natural life, and after her dea th to go to my two Daughters hereafter named divided equally  Item. I gi ve and bequeth (sic) unto my Daughter Nancy Garland Rice Three negroes nam ed Morning, Tulip, and Fillis, which I give to her and the heirs of her body forever if she has any, but if she dies without an heir I will that my other Daughter Mary Ann Rice should possess if, Item  I give and beq ueath unto my Daughter Mary Ann Rice three negroes named Winney, Eliza and Lewis, which I give to her and the heirs of her body forever if she h as any, but if she dies  without and heir I will that my Daughter Nancy Garland Rice should possess it, and lastly I appoint my friend Thomas W. Clabrook and my loving wife Sarah Executors to this my last will and Testamen t.  I witness where if have hereunto set my hand and seal this Twenty second day of March one thousand eight hundred eleven. Signed sealed & pronounced in the present of               Charles Rice (Seal) us to be his last will Testament Benjamin Sims, Charles Harris and Samuel Nuckolls At a Court held for Louisa County on 8th day of July 1811 This will was th is day in open Court exhibited and was proved by the oathes of Benjamin Sims, Charles Harris and Samuel Nuckolls the witnesses thereto and by the Co urt ordered to be recorded.  Teste

[NI747] unmarried

[NI752] Martha's consent to marry Nathaniel was signed by Patsy Toler, so she mu st have been named after her mother. Wythe Co., VA Deed Book 13 24 January 1836 Martha [Towler] Nuckolls sells a Negro boy, Fielding to Andrew Nuckolls a nd William Pope [husband of Elizabeth Nuckolls] for the sum of $200.00. Fi elding was devised to Martha Nuckolls during her life by Nathaniel Nuckoll s, now deceased. 1830 NUCKOLLS, MATHEW Wythe Co, VA -pg 345 010110-00111 (Should this be Martha, not Mathew?)    Children fit, but Martha not in ho me 1m 5-10 (Probable Senas son  Ezra Nuckolls Sheffy) 1m 15-20  Calvin born 1816  md1837 1m 20-30 Lorenzo Dow born 1809 age 21 md 1833 1f 10-15 Nancy age 14 md  Abner Thompson after 1830 1f 15-20 Elizabeth bc1811 age 19 md Pope 1834 1f 20-30 Sena b1803 age 27  md Sheffy who died in 1824, moved back with fa mily, then remarried 1834

[NI753] Terry, James Will Book 2, Page 493 Recorded Aug 1783 Louisa County, wife Henretta; daughter Jane Bullock, son Stephen;..... . .. divided amongst Jane Bullock, Mary Terry, Henritta Nuckols, A??? Terr y, Sarah Terry, Elizabeth Terry, Francis Terry, James Terry, William Terr y, Barbary Terry, and Joseph Terry. To Jane a Negro named Crease, To daugh ter Henritta Nuckols a Negro named Hester, To wife Henritta Negros named j ack, Lucy, Amy, Tom, Sarah, and Di[??]. Executors are Robert Goodwin and J ames Nuckols This will ties Ann Terry to her father.  He died before she married Jam es Alexander Nuckolls in 1785.  Henretta was present at her wedding, I ha ve the documentation where a license was issued. Nuckols, Ann State : VA County : Louisa Co. Year : 1830 Page # : 045 Ann Nuckolls  (Widow of Thomas Nuckolls) 1 Female       60-70 years old 1 Female         30-40 years old 2 Males Slaves  10-24 years old 1 Male Slave      36-55 years old 1 Male Slave        Under 10 2 Female Slaves    36-55 Years old March 11, 1835  List of Appraisement of Anna Terry Nuckolls

[NI756] Mary Garland was a member of the episcopal Church and her prayer book, whi ch was printed MDCCLXI(1761) has been handed down to her children and gran dchildren. The children are listed in the book. (Source "The Nuckolls Fami ly Vol 1 Part 2 of the History of the Bobbitts", compiled and Published 19 73 by Clyde Goddard, Rt 1 New Boston, MO 63557) There is also a record given of the births of fifteen negros belongi ng to John Nuckolls and twelve negroes belonging to Mary Garland. Of th is number, none were sold out of the Nuckolls family, except 2 men who we re sodl to men who owned the wives of these two negro men. Several of t he descendants of these negroes are now living with and working for the de scendants of John Nuckolls and Mary Garland. (Source "The Nuckolls Family Vol 1 Part 2 of the History of the Bobbitts ", compiled and Published 1973 by Clyde Goddard, Rt 1 New Boston, MO 63557 ) A Firm Foundation Charles garland, brother of Mary garland Nuckolls was a Biptist Ministe r. There is a story that he got upon a barrel one day to preach and in t he course of his remarks, he said that the faith of the Baptists w as on a firm foundation,  that they would never fall; he stamped his fo ot to emphasize the remark and the head of the barrell fell through, a nd he fell with it. This circumstance, of course, broke up the meeting, b ut he, no doubt, continued to preach about the firm foundation of the Bapt ist faith. He was a good man, died with consumption about 1830 near Grays on County Virginia.

[NI758] Clark County, Illinois Rhodes Nucholls died ca 7 September 1845, intestate. Probate Court on 15 September, 1845, pp. 369, 370, and 423.  Vol. 3 wid ow relinquished her right to administer to Esry Nuchols. On 15 November, 1845, the widow received all personal property, goods a nd chattels.  She received $114.01 1/4  was signed by T. Davis, Daniel Willis, John Davis and Ezra Nuchols, Adm. a copy of an order (?) signed by all his children(?) and spouses, along with Elizabeth Nuckolls and Jacob Hackler signed deeding property to Dixon Cobb in Lawrence County, Indiana. This was ordered by the Clerk of Lawrence County Court dated 22 May 1850 «u»clarice@hpcisp.com «/u»Just found a note of a John Nucholls and his wife Anna of Sangamon Co., IL and William Connolly of Lawrence signed the undivided seventh part of some land in Lawrence County, IN. «u»clarice@hpcisp.com «/u» line from James III is John who married Mary Garland Rhodes who married Elizabeth Skeen Martha (Patsy) who married Julius Nicholas Sims Levi Sims who married Matilda Baker Mary Jane Sims married Mansel Hitchcock Odes Hitchcock married Mary Ethel Faris Clarice Hitchcock married Harold Clarice Mitchell   (Me) clarice@hpcisp.com

[NI759] Charles Nuckolls, Flower Swift and Philip Gains agree to give 100 acr es of land to establish a county seat and town. June 24, 1794 (Oldtown) Va .(Grayson Co.,Heritage Book) One I found as follows ' Oldtown as the princ ipal village and trading center and the county seat of Grayson which at th at time also included present day Carroll Co.. There were well built and s pacious old Virginia homes and a wholesome happy village life dominat ed by families of wealth and culture. The Nuckolls family from Louisa C o. made up one of the largest family groups at the early county seat. Ezr a, Creed and Clarke Nuckolls,  sons of Capt. Robert Clarke Nuckolls, we re early merchants. They were in the mercantile business with branch hous es at Elk Creek and Bridle Creek."  Pg. 105 ( Grayson County Transportation and Roads "You Cain't Git Thar Frum Here" March 25, 1808. Ordered that Robert Hill, Daniel Keith, John Patton, and C aptain Robert Nuckolls view the ground proposed for a wagon road from Gray son Courthouse to low gap in Iron Mountain. Ordered that Solomon Landre th be appointed overseer of the road from Point Hope Furnace to the road l eading from Cox's Ford to Fox Creek Gap. October 29, 1809. John Poole overseers of the road from the mouth of Elk C reek to the Lead Mines as far as Robert Nuckolls' for being out of repair. The 1811 Grayson County, Virginia Court Order Book William Cook, Pltf v Minitree Jones and Robert Nuckolls, Deft. Upon a bond taken for the forthcoming of property at the day of sale up on an Execution sent out of this court by the plantiff against the defenda nt Minitree Jones. This day came the plantiff by his attorney and appeari ng by the oath of James Anderson that the defendants had legal notice of h is motion, they were solemnly called but not appearing. Therefore it is co nsidered by the Court that the plantiff recover against the Defendants t he three hundred and sixty-two dollars and fifty-eight cents the penal ty of the said bond, but this judgment is to be discharged by the payme nt of one hundred and eighty-one dollars and twenty-nine cents with intere st to be computed after the rate of six percentum per annum from the twen ty second day of January one thousand eight hundred and eleven till paid a nd the cost. Minitree Jones, Matthew Dickey & George Currin, commissioners for the coun ty of Grayson, Plts v Greenberry G. McKenzie, William Bobbett, John Welc h, Esau Worrel, David Pierce, William Evans, Defts Upon a motion for the balance the county levy of Grayson for the year 18 09 collected by G. G. McKenzie, as sheriff of said county, This day came t he plaintiffs in their proper person and it appearing to this court by t he oath of John Nuckolls that the defendants had legal notice of their ind ictment. The Defendants were solemnly called and none of them except the D efendant David Pierce appearing, who was here in his defense.... It is Con sider by the Court that the plaintiffs receive against the defendants t he sum of one hundred and fifty seven dollars and thirty-five and half cen ts being the balance of the county levy collected by the defendan ts G. G. McKenzie as sheriff of the County of Grayson for the year 1809 wi th interest to be computed after the rate of six percentum per annum fr om the first day of October one thousand eight hundred and nine till pa id & costs. James Ogle, & Timothy Dalton, Pltf v William Short, Deft. The defendant be ing in custory confined judgement by consent of the plantiff for the s um of Fifty- five dollars forty-five cents with interest from the ninth d ay of July one thousand eight hundred and ten till payment and costs and t he plantiff releases the Deft. Out of custody. Present William Bobbett, Jo hn Comer, John Grigg, George Currin, Charles Nuckolls, John Fielder, and W illiam Hail, Gent. Justices. James Ogle to William Short in covenant Robe rt Nuckolls, Thomas Wilkenson, and Daniel Cody enteres special bail for t he defendant and surrendered him in court and the plantiff by his attorn ey prayed him in custody. April 1811 At a court begun and held for the county of Grayson on the 2 3d day of April, 1811 Present: George Curren, John Blair, James Anders on & Samuel McClure} G  Justices Ordered that Robert Nuckolls be appointed to Justice of this county in t he place of John Trimble. An account of all expenses incurred by the cou rt under the authority of any law chargable to the county stateing there s ame due and all credits owing to said county, towit: Robert Nuckolls for [illegible] and candles $6.75 Robert Nuckolls Candles, locks, &c. $3.30 1811 James Anderson, Captain of the Rifle company in the 1st battali on in place of Robert Nuckolls resigned. On motion of Robert Nuckolls was proven in court the receipt of the cle rk of this court for the sum of twelve dollars and fifty cents, a licen se is granted him to keep an ordinary at his house in Greenville, One ye ar from the first day of May last whereupon he entered into bond with secu rity accordingly. Ordered that Court be adjouned till Court in Course J. Robinson July 1811 At a court begun and held in the County of Grayson on the 24th d ay of July 1811 Present: George Curran, William Hail, James Anderson, & Ch arles Nuckolls} Gen. Justices Ordered that James Anderson be appointed overseer of the road in pla ce of Robert Nuckolls resigned and that he with the usual hands keep the s ame in repair accordingly. Nathan Chaffin, Plantiff, v Aaron Simcock, George Currin, & Robert Nuckoll s, Defendants Motion in a forthcoming case taken upon in execution issued from this cou rt by the plantiff against the said defendant Aaron Simcock. This day ca me the plantiff by his attorney and at appearing to the court by the oa th of Abner Jones that the defendants had ten days previous notice of h is motion and  he defendants and appearing. Judgment is granted the planti ff against the defendants for the sum on one hundred and thirty-two dolla rs thirty-four cents. The finally penalty of the forthcoming bond to be di scharged with the payment of sixty-six dollars seventeen cents with intere st to be computed after the rate of six percentum per annum from the 17 th day of May 1811, till paid and costs, and execution awarded and the pla ntiff's attorney directs a credit of $44.50 paid on the 25th day of Octob er 1810. September 1811 At a Court held at Grayson Courthouse the 21st day of Septe mber, 1811for the examination of Stephen Brown charged with having on the 13th day of this m onth feloniously stolen taken and carried away six dollars the proper ty of Richard Stokes of this county. Present, Joshua Hanks, Charles Nuckol ls, William Ballard, James Anderson and John A. Grigg} Gen. Justices November 1811 At a Court begun and held for the county of Grayson Tuesd ay the 26th day of November, 1811 A deed from Stephen Coleman to Philip Kerby was proven in Court by James A nderson and Robert Nuckolls subscribing witness.  A deed from Samuel Ca ry to George Moore was proven in court by three subscribing witnesses a nd ordered to be recorded. An account was exhibited in Court by Robert Nuc kolls jailor amounting $16.90 cents which was examined and allowed and ord ered to be certified to the Auditor of Public Accounts. September Term 1809 At a court begun and held for the County of Grays on on the 4th day September 1809. Present William Brockenbrough, Judge. An indenture of bargain and sale between Zachairah Stanley of the one pa rt and William Bourn of the other part was proven by the oaths of Abner Jo nes, Robert Nuckolls, and John Kelly subscribing witnesses thereto and t he same is ordered to be recorded. February 1812 Grayson Co, Court A deed from Robert Nuckolls to Charles Nuckolls was proven in court by Jo hn Nuckolls and Abner Jones subscribing witnesses & ordered to be recorded . Mar 24 1812 On motion of Matthew Dickey, sheriff, Robert Nuckolls is appointed justic e, whereupon he qualified according to law. A deed from Daniel Coley and Elizabeth his wife to Martin Dickenson was pr oven in court by John Trimble, James Anderson & Robert Nuckolls subscribi ng witnesses thereto, and ordered to be recorded and Elizabeth being priva tely examined as the law directs, consented thereto Mar 25 1812 Thomas Patton enters special bail for the defendant and surrenders h im in Court, and Robert Nuckolls, Archibald Moseman, John Trimble, John Nu ckolls, and Robert Porter enteres Special bail for the defendant May 1812 An account of all expenses incurred by the Court under the authority of (i llegible) law chargable to the county stating thereon the sums due to wh om due and all accounts owing to said county viz: Robert Nuckolls, keeping jail from 11th April 1811 up to this day 27 Robert Nuckolls came into court and undertook for the defendant that th ey shall satisfy and pay the judgment of the courts in case they are ca st or render their bodies to prison in execution for the same or that he t he said Robert Nuckolls will pay for them (illegible) set aside & payme nt issued. June 1812 On motion of Robert Nuckols who produced in court the receipt of the cle rk for the sum of twelve dollars and fifty cents a license was granted h im to keep an ordinary at his house in Greensville one year from the 1st d ay of May last whereupon he entered into bond with Abraham Noblett his sec urity accordingly. Oct 1812 An account was exhibited in court by Robert Nuckolls, jailor amounti ng to twenty-two dollars eighty-two cents which was examined allowed up on by the oath of the said Robert Nuckolls and ordered to be certifi ed to the auditor of public accounts. Oct 29 1812 Robert Nuckolls is allowed the sun of seventy-five cents for irons p ut on Daniel Bedsal committed for horse stealing and ordered to be certifi ed. The 1813 Grayson County, Virginia Court Order Book Feburary 1813 At a court begun and held for the county of Grayson on Tuesday the 23rd d ay of February 1813. William Lounsberry, John Trimble, George Keith, Robert Nuckolls and Benjam in Cooley came into court and acknowledged themselves indebted to the comm onwealth of Virginia in the sum of one hundred dollars each to be levi ed of their respective lands and tenaments, good and chattels but to be vo id on condition that they make their personal appearance before the Judg es of the next Superior Court to be held in Grayson County on the first d ay of next term and give evidence in behalf of the commonwealth aginst Wil liam Smith and not depart withour leave of this court. Grayson Co, VA Page 28…June 1826 David Pierce vs Robert NUCKOLLS in case. This day came the parties by the ir attornies and thereupon came a jury to wit: Philip BALLARD, Hosa PATTER N, James DAVIS, James WRIGHT, John W. COLLUM, Thomas POPE, John LUNDY, Jes se ANDERSON, Charles LEWIS, Stephen BOURN, James CARSON and Grigs HAMPT ON who being to try the issue joined and having heard the evidence but n ot agreeing by consent a juror was withdrawn and the rest from renderi ng a verdict were discharged and the cause continued. Pg 30 June 1826 David PIERCE vs Robert NUCKOLLS in case memorandum. The plaintiff and t he defendant by their attornies filed bills & exceptions to the opini on of the court which was sealed and made part of the record Page 54…November 1826 agriable to the within direction and report as follows that we think the n earest and best way from the Volunteer Gap towards Poplar Camp is for t he road to come on the ways that is cut out from the Gap through the lan ds of William HARRELL, John HIATT, Daniel GOODYROONTZ and a disperted tra ct between James WEBB and Samuel AMBURN and through the lands of Jacob AMB URN, Thomas QUESBERRY, Henry WEBB Jr, Harvey WEBB Sr, Joseph HORTON leavi ng the open way a short distance to John QUESENBERRY land thence through t he land of Abner JONES, Robert NUCKOLLS, Jesse BROWN, Jesse DEHAVENS, Will iam GARDNER leaving the open way to the Wards Gap road near William HIL LS whereupon it is ordered that the several persons through whose land t he said road is proposed to run be summoned to appear of next court and sh ow cause if any they have why the same should not be opened.

[XI759] aged 67y 7m 27d

[NI760] Peter Nuckolls was the fourth son of John Nuckolls and Mary Garland.  He w as born on the 18th of June, in 1784 in Louisa County, Virginia.  He mov ed with his family to Greyson  County, Virginia about 1790.  He spent h is growing up years in Greyson County.  In adulthood he appears on a tax l ist dated 27 March 1810, still in Grayson County.  Shortly after this he m oved to Warren County, TN. (I have never found any indication that he we nt to Kentucky, accept in Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, Virgini a, by Benjamin Floyd Nuckolls, which was then picked up by Bertha Nuckol ls in The First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred). Peter Nuckolls was credited with having been instrumental in the establis hment of the first school in Warren County.  A Mr. Thoss came to Rock Isla nd, Tennessee, in Warren County, with Peter and boarded in his home f or a few years. It was during this time that Mr. Thoss organized a scho ol at what was known then as Boiling Spring. (This spring is located on t he north side of Grissom Road, in Civil District #3 of Warren County .)    The school closed  sometime after 1812, when Mr. Thoss, the teache r, went into military service upon the declaration of war by the United St ates against England in 1812. Sometime during 1814, word came to the settlement that General Andrew Jac kson and his troops were running low on powder.  Reuben Roberts (who wou ld become Peter's father-in-law) organized a group of neighbors, of whi ch Peter is listed by name, who gathered materials from places in the coun ty .  From this they made a large quantity of powder, which they packed  i nto barrels and then onto wagons drawn by oxen .  They cut a new and dire ct road as they went west-northwest through Rutherford and Davidson Counti es to Nashville.  There they loaded the powder onto flat boats and se nt it to New Orleans and General Jackson.  It arrived in time to supply t he troops for the Battle of New Orleans on January 8, 1815. In 1821, when Reuben Roberts had lost his Revolutionary War pension , Pet er testified to the legitimacy of Reuben's claim for recovery of that pens ion. Peter Nuckolls married Millie Emily Roberts in Warren County, Tennessee a bout 1826.  She was the seventh child of Reuben Roberts and Mary Millie As her.  She had been born near Elizabethton, in 1796, the same year that Eli zabethton became the county seat for Carter County, Tennessee. On September 12, 1832, Peter Nuckolls appears in the Warren County, Tenne ssee deed records when he sells his share from his uncle Charles Garland 's estate to his brother-in-law, James Anderson, Sr. in Grayson County, Vi rginia. This being a common practice of the time when the inheritance w as far away from the heir.  Peter received $35 from James Anderson, and Ja mes and his wife Patsy would receive two shares of the inheritance le ft by Charles Garland. Peter again appears in the county records on October 4, 1841, when he pur chased items from the estate sale of his father-in-law, Reuben Roberts (Ja nuary 4,1744-August 2, 1841).  Peter was a witness to his brother-in-la w, James Roberts' will which was made in March of 1844.  And Peter again a ppears in Warren County records on June 5, 1847, when purchasing from t he estate sale of Mary Millie Roberts (1759-March 14, 1847) Peter and Millie raise a family of three sons.  Ezra, born about 1828; Ja mes Elisha born December 27, 1831; and Caswell Cobb born about 1833.  Th is family appears in the 1850 Census of Warren County, Tennessee in Civ il District #3. Peter probably died within the next year because his sons appear on t he real estate tax list with acreage. Millie Nuckolls death can only be es timated by her appearance in 1850 census and her lack of appearance in t he 1860 census.  Peter and his wife Millie are probably buried at Asbury C emetery, off of Mason  Road, just south of Randall Hitchcock  Road.  (T he graves may have once been marked, the name Nuccles appears on a cemete ry reading done by the WPA in the 1930's but time and people carrying t he stones away to use as foundation rocks has left a lot of unmarked grav es at Asbury Cemetery). On the 1851 tax list of Warren County, Tennessee, Ezra is listed with 1 00 acres, and Caswell appears with 15 acres.13   James seems to be left o ut of the inheritance, but March 30, 1854 Ezra and James purchase land tog ether.  The land description starts at the Nuckolls' stable and incloses 1 00 acres. In later years James' widow and children have full title to th is property when they sell it. (I assume that by having Ezra pay for ha lf of this property, the division of inheritance from Peter was evened out .) On November 17, 1853, James and Caswell attend the estate sale of Mart ha Stone,  James purchased a grindstone,a bureau, a trundle bedstead & cov er,and a candle stand.  Caswell purchased 2 empty salt tubs, a long barre l, a clock, and three chairs.  (I have been unable to locate Ezra or Caswe ll in any Warren County records from this point on.) Book titled "Tombstone Inscriptions and Manuscripts", compiled by Jeannet te Tillotson Acklen, article written by Mrs. Blanche Bentley titled, "O ld Burial Grounds Of Warren County, Tennessee. Some small excerpts from the article: "The movement, inaugurated by the Daughters of the American Revolutio n, to  preserve the names of the men and women buried in the early graveya rds of the country is a most notable and worthy one, and as the yea rs go by will became increasingly distinguished and historic."...."In t he earliest days of the county there stood on "the Old Kentucky Road"  t wo miles south of Rock Island a log church known as Asbury's Meeting Hous e. The men who built the church were Reuben Roberts, a Revolutionary soldi er, his sons and son-in-laws, their neighbors and friends; and if the da te is correct of their coming to this section -1796- given in the dia ry of one of them, they formed one of the oldest settlements.".... "According to very responsible tradition the pioneers of Asbury Settleme nt honored and collect the history of Warren County as known to them up on their first arrival."...." One of the diaries was kept by a young Virgi nian, a school teacher, who came west with Peter Nuckolls, went to New Orl eans under Jackson and never returned....." Sometime while Jackson and h is army were at New Orleans word came to the settlement that the General 's powder was running low. Immediately Reuben Roberts, Elijah Drake, Pet er Buren, Peter Nuckoll, George Sanders, and others from material gotten f rom the Big Bone Cave and other places, made a large quantity of powder, p acked it in wagons drawn by oxen and cutting a new and direct route as th ey went, by Short Mountain, Rutherford and Davidson Counties to Nashvill e, loaded the powder on flat boats and sent it to New Orleans to General J ackson."...." The church now seems to have disappeared, nor can the grav es of those who built it be found. So completely, apparently, have the for est and earth recalled them to themselves." 1.  Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, Virginia, by Benjamin Floyd Nuckol ls. @ 1914, 1972, 1975,1982.   pp 65-67. 2.  A Supplement to the 1810 Census of Virginia, Tax Lists of the Counties for which the Census is Missing , transcribed and edited by Netti Schrein er Yantis,  @ 1971.  Section: 1810 Tax List of VA G-2. 3.  McMinnville at a Milestone, 1810-1960, by Walter Womack.  @ 1960  p p. 226, 327 4.  Tennessee Records:  Tombstones, Inscriptions and Manuscripts, compil ed by Jeannette Tillotson Acklin @1967.  "Old Burial Grounds of Warren Cou nty, Tennessee" by Mrs Blanche Bentley,  p. 415 5.  Reuben Roberts Sr. Revolutionary War Records, National Archives, Ca se Number # 1492. 6.  The Generations of Reuben Roberts, Sr. by Laney  James Roberts.  p. 20 1 7.  Warranty Deed Book H.  Warren County, Tennessee.  pp 153-154 8.  Inventory & Will Book # 1, Warren County, Tennessee.  p. 408 9.  Inventory & Will Book #2, Warren County, Tennessee. pp. 1-2 10  Inventory & Will Book #2, Warren County, Tennessee.  pp 210-211 11. Federal Census, 1850, Warren County, Tennessee. Civil Dist. #3  p. 5 0. family # 331,  Peter Nuccles 12. Warren County Cemeteries,  Readings done by the WPA in the 1930's. Asb ury Cemetery, located in Rowland Station,  Warren County, Tennessee. (McMinnville Public Library, McMinnville, Tennessee) Notes from Ed Reynolds, June, 2000

[NI761] Lived in KY and TN but no record has ever been found in census.

[NI762] 1826 Grayson Co Court Minutes Present William Brockenbrough, a judge. An indenture of bargain and sale between John Sturdivan of the one part a nd Stephen Bourn of the other part was proven in Court by John Kelly, Robe rt Nuckolls and James Anderson subscribing witnesses and the same is order ed to be recorded. Nathaniel Nuckolls, plantiff (Grayson Co. A History  in Words and Pictures) Grayson Co. Historical Soci ety.                                          Nathaniel Nuckolls vs. Phil ip Gains in debt. This trial was by jury which returned the following verd ict: The plaintiff to recover L14..7s..11p..1/2 penny with interest from M ay, 1808 This is probably the Nathaniel Nuckolls found in the 1840 Grayson Co, VA c ensus 00112001-0001011. (We know he was alive in 1826)   He does not sh ow up in the 1850 Census anywhere in Virginia.  As old as he was, he mo st likely died, but as he has older sons in the census, we wonder where th ey went.  In 1840 were Nathaniel, his brother Ezra, Creed and Clark. Cre ed and Clark are the only ones who remained in Grayson Co beyond 184 0. 1840 Census 1 males 10-15 b 1826-1830 1 male 15-20 b 1821-1825 2 males 20-30 b 1811-1820

[NI763] Moved to Tennessee according to Bertha's book. but no census records ev er found.

[NI765] Never Married

[XI765] No date on stone

[NI766] (Grayson Co. A History  in Words and Pictures) Grayson Co. Historical Society.                                            Oldtown principal farmers S.N. Nuckolls & B.F. Nuckolls. (no dates given) Hale Nuckolls was pictured with several other W.W.1 solders. W.S. Nuckolls listed as a private in Civil War. The greatest County men were John Blair, Joshua Habks, Major Anderson, Sam'l McCammet, Col. Stephen Hale, Ezra Nuckolls, Hon Stephen F. Nuckolls, Shadrack  Greer, Joseph Phipps, William Young, Ezekial Young, H.H. Cox, George W. Reeves, David Cox and others. Ezra Nuckolls, b. Mar. 28, I798, Louisa Co., d. May 4, 1857.  He and his brothers were much help in the formation of Grayson Co., Va.; they had been well educated and good family training in Eastern Virginia.  The men and women were tall in stature, a number of them 7 ft. in height and well proportioned.  Ezra served as Sheriff of Grayson Co., Va.; he and his nephews Creed and Clarke Nuckolls with William Oglesby were the first merchants at Grayson Court House, Va., until after the close of the War 186I-1865; then the firm was Nuckolls and Jennings.  A branch store was opened at Independence, Va.  Ezra built the first storehouse there, also the first hotel; he continued in business until he sold out and moved to Missouri about 1853, bringing their children and their slaves.  Took up Gov't land where Rock Port, Mo., is now.  After locating, they said that some day a burying ground would be needed, and they selected a beautiful site on a little hill that overlooked the countryside.  Ezra Nuckolls died first, and in three weeks his wife died of a broken heart.  They were buried in that plot, which has aIways been known as the Nuckolls Burying Ground; though now it adjoins or is a part of the Rock Port Cemetery.  It has a good iron fence, well kept, and a nice granite monument is at the grave of Ezra and Lucinda Nuckolls.  Many of the Nuckolls family are buried there.  In this Nuckolls Burying Ground, there is a flowering shrub) -a Deep Rose Peony -still blooming yearly, that Stephen Friel Nuckolls sent and had planted when he was a Congressman, in Washington, D. C., 1859----- 98 years ago. 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) By 1853 several of the children had gone west to Missouri, Iowa or Nebraska with other relatives and neighbors from Virginia catching the spirit of the Western movement. Ezra decided to sell out and move west. It has been stated and "handed down" that Ezra obtained a large tract of land in Missouri and at the age of 55 moved to Missouri to develope it. He settled in Rockport, MO. No further children were born after the move. The youngest child at that time was Elisabeth who was seven years old. Elisabeth was only six years older than her niece, Elisabeth Borchers, so it was that my grandmother was always very close in friendship to her Aunt Betty when grandmother lived in Hamburg Iowa, and also when they both moved to Calif. I remeber aunt Betty well and going to her home many times in Ocean Park Calif. She was really the closest that we children had to the "early past" as her father was born in 1798 (Ezra) and brought history from frontier life in Virginia through Missouri, Iowa, Nebraska and on to Calif. She was tall, thin, and of soft speech, a very lovely person to see and talk with. One you would be proud to have as a friend and relative. Ezra and Lucinda brought some of their slaves out to Rockport with them. The children, had all been brought up in the Virginia custom of slavery and so, had a rather strong leaning in that direction. It was fortunate that they moved out to Missouri when they did to escape the ravages of the Civil War. Though Ezra died four years before war was declared, some of his sons had slaves also, and had a more sympathetic view of the cause of the South than many others in the west. Missouri was pretty much of a border-line state during the Civil War and the life of the Nuckols family is rather typical of that situation. An instance can be noted to the mixed feelings of the family. As noted elsewhere, Rosamond, the fourth child of the thirteen, went west from Vriginia and married Augustus Borchers, a German immigarnt who had no use for slavery. Their household was brough up strongly "Northern". Another branch of the family, accordingly, was strongly "Southern". Rosamond's favorite brother, Stephen Friel, in the fall of  1854 brought four negroes to Nebraska City. Two were girls and two, boys. The two girls ran away and Stephen posted a reward of $200 for their return. The difficulties encountered in the return of the two girls is a rather long interesting story covered in newspaper articles. (transcribed in notes for Stephen). Ezra's life in his new invironment was rather short. He was 55 years of age when he came to Rockport. He had established this cemetery some time before  and many of the family are buried there. Three weeks after Ezra died, his wife Lucinda died also. It was said she died of a broken heart at the age of 50 years on May 25, 1857. My grandmother, his granddaughter, Elisabeth Borchers, was five years old at the time. Below is a copy of a letter, as best as I can interpret the old hand writi ng, sent to Ezra Nuckolls from Martin Hail, Ezra's brother in law in 1855.  This original letter is on file in Lincoln, Nebraska at the Nebraska Historical Society.  I find interesting how in several of these old lette rs that they tried to hide or under state the excitement of important  news and state they didn't have any important news etc.  Usually stated by " oh by the way I almost forgot to tell you that my wife (your sister) h ad a baby". Read the letter and see (children born and deaths).  Also, this letter was written a few years before the Civil War - little did they know how life in the South would change . The envelope shows Leesburg, Alabama, Nov 30th as return address.  Stamp is three cents.  It is addressed to:    Ezra Nuckolls, Esq.        Byren    Atchinson County, Missouri In the interpretation of the letter, I place ??? marks where I could not make out the word or letter.  Blank line indicates new page.  Also, the letter is faded so punctuation did not show  - so it looks like a lot of run on sentences but I didn't want to add anything that I could not see in the letter. The letter: Leesburg, Cherokee County, Ala, Nov 4, 55 My Dear Brother & Sister     Your kind forward of 15th Sept was duly received & found ??? all in the enjoyment of good health.  I have delayed writing until now thinking I would have something of some interest but have not and can't think of waiting any longer as I am very anxious to hear from you all.  Brother Clarke started to Va 10th Sept.  went to Knoxville by Rail Road and then to Wytheville by stage six days trip from home to Grayson settled our business.  This and arrived home the 6th October came home by publich conveyance also, coughing He was sick all the time he was gone ??? give very little information on satisfaction of matters & things in that County  did not go to old town nor no where else but to Elk Creek and once to Independence  seemed to be rather ?unlish since his return probably from the fact that it is hard times here about money matters, I received a letter from Brother Fielden of  he Death of Sister Evalina on the 10th Oct which you doubtys have heard before this in the same letter he wrote that Eli & Mother had advertised to sell off all Mothers property except slaves and to live them out on 25th Oct that is the last and all I have heard of it  If they had have wanted to sold the negroes without my presence they had better have sold them this fall provided I live not that I ever expect to make enough by being their to pay my expenses but I like to see even handed Justice to all.  I have 5 negroes to sell this fall as Executer  three boys & 2 girls.  The sale comes on 22 this instant I want to buy one of the boys 22 years old and his wife 16 years old if they don't go too high but they are very likely and I am determined to make them bring the last Dollar  I can whether I get them or not.  This is the property of ???(Hemae) Sullen married a daughter of James Hail died three ye ars ago with consumption made a will and appointed me his Executer  his widow died in July last with Consumption leaving 5 children 2 boys & 3 daugh ters the oldest a boy 12 years old Youngest a girl 4 years old  I shall have to raise two of the children if no ??? their had been nothing done with the property so it Will all be to sell.  Now Sir you sometimes speak of tall bidding if you could be here at that time you should see some as them children has no one to look too but myself for Justice & protection and I am determined the property shall bring the last possible Dollar.  I have a particular anxiety to make them negroes at Mothers have that Country a bring a price.  I acknowledge that negroes are flesh & blood and should be treated humane but have come to the conclusion it is not best to consult a negroes notions t oo much  Particularly when they are tankered with by un???? while ?? ?.  I think my Cousin Wm Dickenson made my boy Gilbert some promises mo re than he ought best as it has turned out I ??? very well with him g ot a girl that is start & likely about grown some 14 or 15 years old ??? me to give Lucinda which I done when I returned from Virginia who was worth more than the girls I give Martin & Sarah but I have paid them $100 a piece in cash to make them equal had like to have forgot Sarah had a fine daughter 3 weeks old today both doing well Sarah has improved very much since you saw her.  Jestain (or Je steris?)  had son born 12th of September weighed 10 lb when first born bo th well & hearty their has been a good deal of Fever & Agne and Home Fever in our County this season my family and the most of the ??? have enjoyed good health.  I have a great desire to visit you at your new home and intend doing so next summer or fall if not prevented by some unforeseen occurance.  I have no expectation of moving from where I am in fact I think it would be folly in me to move I have so much land here as I ever will want all paid for and am making money slowly we enjoy good health all my children are here and have been raised in the South.  I haven't any idea we would be as healthy in Mo. As we are in Ala  Our Climate is mild and pleasant Winter and summer and if we try we can live as well here as any place in the world, I have no Idea our Country is any thing in comparison with Mo as to fertility ??? but we can make plenty I made from 50 to 60 Bushels of corn to the acre off some of my land this season and I have sold 140 Bushels of Wheat  Of my own raising this season for $140 Cash in hand and could have sold more but believe it will be higher  Agents are travelling through the Country picking up every Bushel they are buying for the Eu opean armies and every thing we make will sell for Cash at fair prices  corn is worth from the high ??? 30 to 37 ½ cts for bushel this season we are convenient to market wi th any thing we make I bought my dry goods in New York this fall the freight from New York to my door was about 1.75 cts for Hundred Insurance included and only 10 or 12 days from the time they were shipped until I receive.  I can go from home to New York in 4 days can go from here to St. Louis Mo in 4 days in 12 or 18 months more can go from home to almost any part of the United States in a week or 10 days.  In a short time can go from home to Wytheville in 24 to 30 hours - upon the whole I think we live in a convenient Country.  I have sold about $10,000 worth goods this season which is plenty to sell a country place have sold at a fair  Profit  I am selling all goods but groceries  at home 75 to 100 percent on first cost & the business is improving with me from the fact that the population is improving & also from the fact that Centre & service other places in the Country are not doing a great deal.  Their have not been a Cart load of new goods received at Centre this fall in 4 stores they are trying to raise a little wind but I don't know how they will come out.  I don't care to sell any more there I am selling them being scarce give me better chance for profits and a chance to pick my customers please write to me upon the reception of this send write often & give me all the information you can with regard to yern Country E. N. write me when you expect to visit Grayson as we expect you then to visit ours if not sooner.  If I was situated as you are I would take my rest the balance of my life  Remember my love to all the cor???xion and particularly to cousin Lafayette.     Martin & Jestain Hail letter provided by charlesrnuckolls@prodigy.net (CHARLES R NUCKOLLS) EARLY BUSINESS (STORES) Ezra Nuckolls opened the first store and hotel in Independence. In 1853, he sold out his businesss here and moved to Missouri. Stephen M Dickey took over the hotel building, apparently as an ordinary. Ezra, Creed, and Charles Nuckolls, sons of Robert G. Nuckolls formed a partnership with William Oglesby, and went into the merchantile business. They were the first merchants at the Grayson County seat. They had branch houses at Bridle Creek and Elk Creek. They, except Ezra, continued  in business here until after the Civil War, when the business became that of Nuckolls and Dickenson. Another early firm to locate here was that of Nuckolls and Jennings. Theirs was a branch house of their business in Oldtown.(Grayson County: A History in Words and Pictures) by Grayson Co. Historical Society, Va. 1976 pg. 307

[DI766] Will of Ezra Nuckolls, dated 15 December 1855, Atchison County, Missouri. This typed copy of handwritten original. Will of Ezra Nuckolls I Ezra Nuckolls of the County of Atchison and State of Missouri being in usual health and of sound and disposing mind and memory; but taking  into consideration the uncertainty of human life and the instability of all earthly matters and things, do make constitute and ordain this my Last Will and Testament in manner and form as follows, to wit  It is my Will and desire and I direct the same according that in case of my Death my whole Estate shall be placed in th3e hands of Richard Rupe & my son Stephen F. Nuckolls whom I constitute and appoint Sole Executors of this my Last Will and Testament to be disposed of as hereinafter as directed; and if it should be the case that neither Richard Rupe or my Son Stephen F. Nuckolls could not nor does not act as my Executors, then, and in that event other person or persons Shall be appointed by the Court to act on the Recommendation of either my Son Stephen F. Nuckolls or my wife Lucinda Nuckolls; It is my Will and desire that the Lands 740 Acres that I own in Virginia be Sold by my Executor or Executors as soon as they may think best and the proceeds applied when sold towards the payment of a Debt that I o we Griggs Hampton of Virginia:  My Executor or Executors may sell, provided my Son S. F. Nuckolls should think best to do so 30, or 40 or 50 Acr s of my Lands adjoining of the Village of Rockport either in Lots or otherwise as my son S. F. Nuckolls may think best all of the aforesaid lands may be sold on sutch credit as my son S. F. Nuckolls may think best. It is also my Will and desire that all of my just ??? Debts be paid, and that my wife Lucinda Nuckolls shall have one third of my whole Estate during her natural life It is also my Will and desire that all of my Children except my son Heath Nuckolls shall receive equal portions of my Estate, after making a deduction for that amount which have heretofore been advanced to a portion of them and also a deduction for that which I may hereafter advance to them before my Death; And account of which will be found in a Book Marked letter A It is also my Will and desire, that the portion which may be due from my Estate after my Death to my daughter Polly D. Schooler shall be paid to her in full from my Land or in Lands, and those lands shall remain and be hers during her natural life and after her Death they are to descend to her Children and be equally divided between her Children It is also my Will and desire that my daughters Sena & Elizabeth & my son Emit each get out of my lands ful ...   three fourths of the amount; th at may be due to them;  It is also my Will and desire that the amount which may be due from my Estate at my Death to my son Houston Nuckolls that it shall be placed in the hands of my son Stephen F. Nuckolls and managed by him in the way that he may think the most adviseable, until Houston Nuckolls Arrives to the age of 22 years old, and when he arrives to the age of 22 years old, If Stephen F. Nuckolls considers him Houst n to be a young man of good habits & morals & not addicted to gambling nor drinking Spiritous liquors then he may & shall surrender the Estate up to him, otherwise he may invest it for the benefit of Houston Children if he has any as otherwise it is to be divided between all my heirs Heath Nuckolls & Houston Nuckolls excepted. It is my will and desire that five Dollars more be paid to my son Heath Nuckolls and no more. It is my will and desire that in the division of my Slaves that they shall not be distributed, sold, or hired out to any other person except some of my heirs, unless sutch Slaves as may be of bad character It is my will and desire that my Executor or Executors make Deed or Deeds of those lands that I have desire to be sold. It is my will and desire that Wrice D. Schooler should have two tracts of land In Virginia unless I convey the same back to him before my dea th which   ...now belongs to him he having conveyed one of them to me by deed & the other he entered in my name, He done so in order that I might make Sale of the land for his his (sic) benefit; one tract lyes on Chesà Creek in Grayson County, Virginia & Contains 340 Acres and the other on Crooked Creek in Carroll County, Virginia contains 250 Acres and it was entered by Sd Schooler in my name. I hereby Revoke and annul all former Wills by me , and hereby publish this and declare this writing as and for my only true and Last Will and Testament - - In testamoney whereof, I have to this my Last Will and Testament set my hand and offered my Seal.  This the fifteenth day of December One thousand eight hundred and fifty five.  The 15th day of December In the year 1855 Signed, Sealed, published and    Ezra Nuckolls Declared, by the testator Ezra Nuckolls   (Seal) In and for his Last Will and Testament  In the presence signed our names as  Witnesses thereto I. N. White Samuel Scamman Wm C. Sipple State of Missouri    )  In vacation of the county court County of Atchison) SS Be it remembered that on this 5th day of May A.D. one thousand eight hundred and fifty Seven personally appeared before me Janus M. Templet on Clerk of the County court within and for the County of Atchison aforesaid Isaac N. White and Samuel Scammon the Subscribing witness to the within and foregoing Will of Ezra Nuckolls and being by me first duly Sworn depose and Say that the Said Ezra Nuckolls the testator declared in their presence that he had Subscribed and published the said Will or instrument of writing as his Last will that he the said testator was at the time of publishing his said will of sound mind and more than twenty one years of age and that they the said deponents attested the said Will as witne ss thereto by they the said deponents attested the said Will as witness thereto by they the said deponents attested the said Will as witness there to by subscribing their names to the Same in the presence of said testator . Sworn and subscribed before me                                                      I. N. White       Samuel Scamman In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Seal of said Court done at Office in the Town of Rock Port in Said County this 5 th day of May A.D. 1857.                                                      Janus M. Templeton                                                      Clerk

[XI766] I visited the Cemetary in Rock Port, MO.  I found the grave of Ezra and Lucinda Nuckolls who died in May of 1857.  The grave site is still well main tained.  It has a five foot tall headstone which states that Ezra Nuckolls was born in Grayson County, VA.  This is different than previously reported.  A number of Nuckolls and inlaws are buried in the Cemetary. Charles Nuckolls, June, 2000

[NI767] There is no indication Margaret lived as long as she did, as she has nev er been found in any census records.

[DI767] Name: «tab»Margaret Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»08 Mar 1875 Death Place: «tab»Carroll, Virginia Age: «tab»93 Birth Date: «tab»1782 Birthplace: «tab», Carroll, Virginia Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Klower Swift Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B02466-1 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2056976 Reference Number: «tab»p44c27 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5RV-HS9 : accessed 7 April 2012), Margaret Nuckolls (1782).

[XI767] aged 91yrs

[NI769] 1 Reuben Roberts, Sr.+ Mary Asher 2 Reuben Roberts, Jr. + Letitia Randolph, sister of John M. Randolph, Jr.(This is the TN:Warren Co.-VA:Albemarle Co. DNA group.) 2 Emily Roberts + Peter Nuckolls 3 Caswell Benjamin Nuckolls + Julia A. Randolph

[NI770] Warren County, Tennessee 1854 Tax List Gribbles Civil Dist 3 CAswell Nuckles Ezra Nuckles J B Nuckles

[NI771] Descendants of James Nuckolls and Altha Susan Black submitted by April Nuckolls Jeanneret RR3, Box 36, Valley Center, Kansas, 67147 aprilj@swbell.net When James Elisha Nuckolls appears in the deed books of Warren Count y, on March 8, 1859 he sells 15 acres of land in Civil District #3 of Warr en County, Tennessee for $230.  The deed states that James is "lawfully se ized of said land--have a good right to convey it and that the same is une ncumbered."  (I think this is the inheritance of Caswell Nuckolls, but wh at brought it to this circumstance I do not know.) James Elisha and Altha Susan appear in the 1860 Census in Civil Distri ct #3 of Warren County, Tennessee.  They are listed with two of their chil dren, Elen Elizabeth Bellvora and Artimisha Permela.  John Hershel wi ll be born  11 December of that census year. J. E. Nuckolls enlisted in the Confederate Army on November 18, 1862 in Mc Minnville, Tennessee   He was a private in Company B of the 22nd  Tenness ee Infantry Battalion.  His military career was unfortunately very shor t.  The battalion left Warren County and joined the Army of Tennessee, arr iving after the the Battle of Murfreesboro, which took place on December 3 1, 1862.   They marched  through  Coffee County and into Bedford County, t hen on to Shelbyville.  On January 10, 1863 James was listed as absent fr om roll call, with the remark on a later roll call that he had died in a h ospital on February 20, 1863. James never participated in anything except a  very long walk. The years of the Civil War were hard.  Warren County and McMinnville, t he county seat  were occupied first by the Union, and then by the Confeder ate forces, and then they would switch again.  An un substituted story, Re na Chloe Frederick (a great-granddaughter of James and Altha) tells of Alt ha and her children hiding in a cave when  Union troops came through the c ounty.  The troops were looking for horses and apparently James had rais ed horses.  A black women named Chloe helped to hid the family, bringing t hem food and water, while her husband hid the horses in another cave.  Som ehow the horses were discovered and the black man was shot.  (The story im plies that the man died, but that was never said.)  [ Rena believed that t he black woman Chloe remained with Altha until her death.  Rena has only o ne memory of Altha,  as a very tiny OLD woman lying on a high bed wi th a  very tall black woman standing beside the bed. Rena remarked that th at was the first time she had seen a black person, and that really impress ed  her.  (Rena  would have been 1 month short of 3 years of age when Alt ha died).  But Rena said she had been told she was named for the woman w ho had kept the family safe in the cave.] After the Civil War ended, Altha Susan remarried on November 11, 1866 to W yatt T Perry.  Wyatt's family had come from Ashe County, North Caroli na to Warren County, Tennessee, prior to the 1850 Census.  Altha and Wya tt have five children:  William Madison, Charles Ezra, Darthula, Mary Ja ne "Molly", and Hortence.        Altha Susan and Wyatt continued living on the land that James had p urchased.  Hog production was the main source of income and the family liv ed with some degree of comfort.  But hog cholera struck in Warren Count y, taking their income away.  In 1886 the land was sold and the family migrated west to Arkansas. 1.  Federal Census, 1850, Warren County, Tennessee. Civil Dist. #3  p. 50. family # 331,  Peter Nuccles 2.  Tax list of Warren County, Tennessee for 1851 3.  Warranty Deed Book  S, Warren County, Tennessee.  pp 333-334 4.  Warranty Deed Book  17, Warren County, Tennessee.  p151        Warranty Deed Book   18, Warren County, Tennessee  pp 214-216 5.  Will, Inventory & Estate Book # 3. Warren County, Tennessee.  pp 264-2 66 6.  Warren County, Tennessee Marriage Records Book A  pp. 16-        James E Knuckoles to Altha Susan Black 7.  Federal Census, 1850, Warren County, Tennessee. Civil Dist #3  p 56 family # 373  Robert Black 8.  Obituary of Altha Susan Black Nuckolls Perry.  Original in possession of Lola Reif-Fayetteville, AR        1984. 9.  Warranty Deed Book 1, Warren County, Tennessee.  pp 428-429 10. Federal Census, 1860, Warren County, Tennessee.  Civil Dist #3  p 113 dwelling 832/463  Elisha        Nuckolds 11. Tennessee State Archives, Nashville, Tennessee.  Civil War Records.  J E Nuckolls 12. Tennesseans in the Civil War in Two Parts  Published  by The Civil War Centennial Commission,  Nashville, Tennessee.  @ 1964   Part I,  pp 166-1 67  22nd (Murray's) Tennessee Infantry Battalion 13. Note written by Artimisha P Nuckolls Perry, in possession of OB Chapma n, Flower Mound, TX. 1988 14. Federal Census, 1870, Warren County, Tennessee. Civil Dist. #3  p 46 family 21  Wyatt Perry 15. Warren County, Tennessee Marriage Records Book 1  pp 56-5  W T Perry t o A S Nuckles 16. Research by April Nuckolls Jeanneret on Perry family, consisting of Census, Family Bibles, Cemetery Records, Birth and Death Certificates, and personal  interviews. 17. Federal Census, 1880, Warren County, Tennessee Civil dist #3  p 316 family 60  Wiatt T Perry Written by April Nuckolls Jeanneret, on December 31, 1999

[NI772] Caswell appears in the First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred Book II on pa ge 186  number 396. Much more has been documented on his line including his many wives and the correct maiden name of Julia which we incorrectly thought for years was Van Duzen. The only line with significant additons are the children of his first marriage, which are included in this publication. LDS IGI File No 8003802 Sheet 55 gives full name as Caswell Benjamin Cobb Nuckolls. This is verified by Irene Nuckols Moore who remembers his name having "Cobb" included. Irene's father was Thomas Edward Nuckolls who was the son of Caswell and his second wife, Susan Lear. According to Lillian, Uncle Luther's daughter by Martha, Uncle Luther had own brothers named;  John, Jim and Carr. I was given this information by Irene Moore.  In the 1870 Kentucky census, I found James E., Luther, and Charles A. Caswell's occupation was a shoemaker.  He was also a farmer. According to the 1870 Crittenden County, Kentucky census, Caswell Nuckols and his wife, Julia, and sons, J. E. and Luther were born in Tennessee.  Jim was born in 1866 and Luther was born in 1868.  His next child, Charles, was born in Kentucky in 1869.  Dora was also born in Kentucky.  Caswell and Julia moved to Kentucky from Tennessee about 1869. Caswell Nuckols died between 1889  and 1900 as his last child, Sallie, was born in 1889 and was listed with her mother, Susan, and brother.  Sallie was ten years old in 1900, and Susan was shown as a widow. There is no record of the original 100 acres in the deed books of Warren Co. TN, but the 15 acres mentioned as Caswell's are sold by James on March 8, 1859 (Deed Book 3, pp428-429)and the right to sell this land is explained with the line "I am lawfully seized of said land-have a good right to convey it and that the same is unencumbered." Caswell Nuckolls (First_Last) Regiment Name 47 Missouri Infantry. Side Union Company F Soldier's Rank_In Pvt. Soldier's Rank_Out Pvt. Alternate Name Notes Film Number M390 roll 36 (meafox13@aol.com) Maria Descendants of Caswell from: Sandi Evilsizer Koscak Evilsizer3@aol.com The LDS records show another daughter Hannah born in 1878 and died in 1878. But the date of birth for daughter Minta is also in 1878. So she might have been a twin. So far, not documented.

[NI773] Julia died when her daughter  Dora was born.  The baby,  Dora, was given to Andrew Aldridge to raise and Caswell married Susan Lear and he and Susan raised the three boys.  It is believed that Andrew was a brother to a David Aldridge who was a second husband of Julia's mother, also named Julia. Told by Elmina Board, (daughter of Dora) to her daughter Helen Marie Barnes Evilsizer. No burial place was ever found for Julia. He would have had to marry Van Duzen after Julia Randolph, and Julia Randolf may have also died in childbirth . On Luthers death certificate names Caswell as father and unknown mother, he born 1868. Doras death cert the same, Caswell and unknown mother. A marriage cert has never been located for Julia Ann VanDuzen, nor any other documentation provided for this connection.

[NI774] 1900 Census McCracken Co, Dist 8, KY -pg271 James Nuckles 4/1865, KY VA KY Millie 10/1868  Married 6 years, 3/3 KY KY KY Roe M 2/1896 Jennie E 3/1898 Mary A 4/1900 Co-founded the city of Kevile, Kentucky 1880  Census Place:Woodville, Mccracken, Kentucky Source:FHL Film 1254430  National Archives Film T9-0430     Page 22 8B Elizabeth A. FLETCKERSelfFWW60TNFa: VAMo: VA James FLETCHERSonMSW33TNFa: TNMo: NC Clabor M. FLETCHERSonMSW28KYFa: TNMo: NC Elen Z. NUCKOLLSDauFDW35KYFa: TNMo: NC James R. NUCKOLLSGSonMSW15KYFa: VAMo: KY David H. NIBLETTBrother MSW58TNFa: VAMo: VA Alexander P. NIBLETTBrother MSW54TNFa: VAMo: VA Janny CHOATOtherFSW8KYFa: KYMo: KY Lucy A. HILLOtherFWB35VAFa: VAMo: VA Norah J. HILLOtherFSB10KYFa: VAMo: VA James HILL Leomer HILLOtherFSB3KYFa: VAMo: VA Jessie HARRISONOtherMWB63VAFa: VAMo: VA Silas HARRISONOtherMSB14KYFa: VAMo: VA JAMES R NUCKOLLS Date  521221 Age  087 Place  MCCRK Residence  BALLARD Volume  056 Cert  27674 Deathvol  52 James R Bruckols   Enumeration District: 0133 Color: W 1910   Age: 43 Birth Place: Kentucky   Visit: 0278   County:  Mccracken   Relation:  Husband   Relatives:  Wife Mittie 41, Kentucky Son Rex 14, Kentucky Daughter Jennie L 12, Kentucky Daughter Mary 10, Kentucky Son Roy 08, Kentucky Son Wallace 06, Kentucky Daughter Ollie 04, Kentucky Son James 02, Kentucky Son Savage NR, Kentucky Mother Ellen Baugh 65, Kentucky Info on this family from Jim Nuckolls jnuck2@mindspring.com Death cert name James Royster Nuckolls Informant , daughter Mrs Hubert Titsworth

[DI774] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»James Royster Nuckolls Death Date: «tab»21 Dec 1952 Death Location: «tab»McCracken Residence Location: «tab»McCracken Age: «tab»89 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»15 Apr 1863 Birth Location: «tab»McCracken, Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»John Nuckolls Mother's Name: «tab»Ellen Fletcher

[NI776] Probably died young, as neither sibling Luther or Dora ever spoke of him. NO further record beyond 1870 census age 7 months. listed as C A , male

[NI777] Dora Elizabeth was an orphan girl.  She was raised by Andrew Aldridge who lived on a farm near Ben Board. Dora's brother, Luther, stayed close by while they were growing up and looked after Dora until she married Ben Board.  Her father, Caswell,  kept the three boys and remarried. This family line from Helen Marie Barnes Evilsizer and daughter Sandra Jean Evilsizer Koscak

[BI777] I just cant believe the stone birth date (1870) is correct...I dont use those as primary sources, never have.  Also if Julia died in childbirth, she would not appear in the 1870 census taken in July. POE- now known as GPS (probably 1871) 1. 1870 census, not born 2. 1880 Census age 9 3. 1900 census born Feb 1872, age 28. 4. 1910 census age 39 5. 1920 Census age 48 6. 1930 census age 59 7. 6/18/1871 married Susan Lear Death cert age 66 in Dec of 1937 dates in the census vary from Jan thru July and fit with an 1871 date of birth. Re-married 4 months later. makes sense. Their first child David was born in Jan (before 9 months,)  Looks like David was "conceived" about April 26 1871. 2 ,months after his wife died. So with this evidence, I am sticking to an 1871 date..I would like to know where mom is buried. Her age on the cert is 66 which agrees with a 1871 date.

[DI777] Twice-A-Week-Leader Princeton Kentucky  December 8, 1937 A gloom of sorrow was cast over the Briarfield community, last Friday morn ing, December 3rd, at 6 o'clock when Mrs. Nora Board, 66, succumbed at t he home of her son, with whom she had resided for the past several year s.  She was the daughter of the late Caswell and Julia Nuckles and was bo rn in Marion Kentucky, February 5, 1870, remaining there until 16 yea rs of age when she came to Caldwell County where she resided until her dea th.  Nearly 50 years ago she was united in marriage to the late Ben M. Boa rd. This union was blessed with nine children, five having preceded h er in death. They were Mrs. Alameda Jenkins, Mrs. Estella Williamson, Elle r, Rosalee and Nora Mae Board. Those left to survive are Andy Board, Mrs M ary Payne, Mrs Lillian Gray, all of the county, and Mrs Dock Barnes of Sul livan, Mo. There are also 20 grandchildren and one great grandchild together with a h ost of other friends and relatives to mourn her passing. Mrs Board was a d evout member of the Briarfield Baptist Church. Funeral service was conducted at the family residence at 1 o'clock Saturd ay afternoon by the Rev. H. A. Egbert. Interment followed in the family l ot at the Perry Cemetery, (Caldwell County, Ky.), amid an embankment of fl oral offerings.

[NI778] 1900 Census shows Susan as a widow having 7 children and 5 still living Widows Pension filed 7/15/1890 1860 Crittenden Co, marion, KY Pg 362 David Lear 49 b IL Rebecca 48 b VA John 25, KY Francis 17 Susan 9

[DI778] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Susan A Nuckles [Susan A Lean] Death Date: «tab»15 Apr 1914 Death Location: «tab»Lyon Residence Location: «tab»Lyon Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Location: «tab»Crittenden Father's Name: «tab»Jno Lean Father's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Mother's Name: «tab»Remica Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia

[XI778] 60Y 9M

[NI779] Used Nuchols spelling

[HI780] (Research):World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Res RFD 4 McCracken Co, Pudacah, KY Age 42 born Nov 27 1875 Section Foreman, J C Railroad Kin-Lizzie May Nuckols, same address Tall, medium build, brn eyes, gray hair Signed Sep 12 1918 Thos Edward Nuckolls Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 about Thomas Edward Nuckolls Name: «tab»Thomas Edward Nuckolls Death Date: «tab»14 May 1948 Death Location: «tab»Marshall Residence Location: «tab»Marshall Age: «tab»72 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»27 Nov 1875 Father's Name: «tab»Casual Cobb Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Informant Mrs Joe Moore Volume022 Cert10779 Deathvol48

[DI780] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Thomas Edward Nuckolls Death Date: «tab»14 May 1948 Death Location: «tab»Marshall Residence Location: «tab»Marshall Age: «tab»72y 5m 17d Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»27 Nov 1875 Father's Name: «tab»Casual Cobb Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Informant Mrs Joe Moore

[NI782] Sally met and married Finis Luther Holt in Lyon Co. Eddyville Ky. He was b orn Oct 17 1882 in Princeton Ky, and died on Dec 2 1974 in Goodrich, M I.  They then moved to St. Louis, Mo and then to Jonesboro Ark, and h ad 6 children (sons), her oldest being my Grandfather Finis James Holt. Sa lly's husband worked as an Enginere for the Railroad in Ark. Prospects whe re not good in thoes days for jobs, so when the Factories opened up in Mic higan she tryed to get her husband to move to Michigan where the jobs a nd money where better and they could have a better life. Sally was very he ad strong, her husband refused to go, so Sally packed up the 4 youngest bo ys and headed to MI alone. Once in MI, she got a job as the First Police Matron  for the City of Flint Jail, working with Female Inmates. She work ed there from July 11, 1932 until she retired on Aug 23, 1951. While working there she saved money in hopes her husband would join her, he never d id , but he would come to visit her and the boy's.  With the money she sav ed she bought acherage and a Dairy farm on Ridge Rd.. in Goodrich, M I, so that when her son Donald came home from WWII he would have a pla ce to live and work. This farm was run by her son's Mose, Don, Cecil a nd Ed . They all did have other jobs too. She loved her farm it was everyt hing she ever wanted, and she was well known in the Police Community, th is was the life she had always wanted. However she did not know alot abo ut her family (father). She and her son Donald traveled to MO. to find inf ormation on Caswell, but had no luck, due to records being destroy ed in a fire, she stated to my family. It was a dissapointing trip for her. Sally and Finis did divorce after many years, about the late 1950' s. he stayed in Ark, and remarried, and is burried there by his 2nd wife. Sally is burried in Flint, MI in Sunset Hills Cemetary, located on Flushing Rd, next to some of her son's. Bitter about the divorce she added t he letter "E" to the end of her last name (Holte) which is on her head stone. Also if you notice Finis Luther and his son Donald died the same day. They where living together in Goodrich, when Donald had a heart attack, his father was going to go accross the street to get help, his other sons house ( Ed) Harold, when he had a heart attack also, both where found later that day by Ed when he noticed that the front door had been opened for a long time that day and it was very cold day. A double Funeral was held for both of them , I remember I was only 10 years old at the time when I attended it. Maria Aistrop 2320 Covert Rd Burton, MI. 48509 meafox13@aol.com

[NI784] Benjamin Morrison Board lived at Donaldson and Princeton, Kentucky whe re he was a farmer.  He lived near Flatt Rock Church with his first famil y.  Later, he gave his eldest son, Frank, land near Flatt Rock Church a nd built himself and Dora a new "Big House" over in Princeton.  My moth er said her father had owned slaves. Ben's first wife, Rebecca, was called Becky.  He married Dora after Bec ky died. Ben and Becky had three children who lived.  One child had di ed at birth and another, a girl, had died at age four.  All of Ben and Dor a's children died young except Uncle Andy and my mother, Elmina.  Nora M ae died in infancy; Alemeda was twenty-five; Ella, fourteen; Stella, 31; R osalie, 8; Lillian, 30; and, Mary Elizabeth, 25.  Andrew and Elmina liv ed to be over 90 years old. Benjamin was the Great Great Grandson of Cornelius Board Cornelius Board (ca.1690-1745) was the Founder of the Board family in America. He came from Sussex,  England in 1730 with his wife, Elizabeth, and t wo young sons, James and David; James was ten, born in 1720, and David was  three, born in 1727.  He settled first at Bloomfield, New Jersey, th en later at Boardville, Pompton Township, Passaic County, New Jersey. Cornelius was a Civil Engineer and Surveyor.  He was sent by Alexander Lord Sterling to search the mountains of northern New York and New Jersey f or copper ore, but he found not copper but iron in great abundance. He nam ed the place Sterling after his patron, and he built the first forge the re in the years, 1730 to 1736. The first iron made in that part of the cou ntry was made by Cornelius Board, and it is absolutely certain that this f irst Sterling Forge was the beginning of the works that later made iron f or cannon balls used in the Revolution; also, for the great chain that str etched across the Hudson at West Point. Benjamin's grandfather was Philip Schuyler Board who descended from the famous Schuyler's of New York. Philip's mother was Janneke Ann Schuyler w ho was a great great granddaughter of Philip Schuyler and Marguerita Van Slichtenhorst. President George Bush also descends from the Schuyler line, we are sixtrh cousins.

[DI784] Caldwell County Times, Aug 12, 1926, Thursday Death of Ben M Board Mr Ben M Board of the Brierfield section of the county died at his home Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock after a lingering illness of nearly seven months, being confined to his bed the past several weeks from complications. mr board was well known throughout Caldwell County being born and reared here and had been a prominent farmer all his life. The remains were interred in Perry Cemetery near Bethany, Friday afternoon after an impressive talk by a close friend and neighbor, Mr John Morse. He is survived by the wife and seven children: Mrs Dock barnes, Herrin, IL; Mrs Archie Williamson, Steubensville, Ohio; Mrs Jesse Guess, Caldwell Co, Miss Lillian Board, Miss mary Board, Joe Board and Andy Board, all of Caldwell Co.

[NI786] Perry Cemetery is off highway 230 in Caldwell CO KY.  She died  when Herv ie was two and Robert Roscoe  "Glenn" was a few weeks old.  Robert Rosc oe was raised by the Weeks family.  They called him Glenn.

[NI789] Glenn was raised by the Weeks family.

[NI790] Andy bought 90 acres of farm land in Caldwell Co, from his father.  Andy a nd Ethel lived at the homestead at 305 North Seminary Street, Princeton K Y.  Andy served 53 years at Union Grove Baptist Church as a member and dea con. Andy's birth date has been a topic of family discussion for many year s. If born in 1892 as family records and death certificate suggests, his s ister Elmina could not have been born 6 months later in April of 1893. Elm ina always stated she was 7 years older than her spouse, Stephen. Death ce rtificate for Andy says 1892.

[NI794] Elmina  was a wonderful cook.  She always had lots of cakes and pies, espe cially lemon. Every Christmas, the table was filled with lots of deserts. Elmina and her brother, Andrew, were the only two of Benjamin Morrison Boa rd's children who lived long lives. After Stephen died, Elmina moved back to Princeton, Kentucky to be near re latives.  Later, she moved to Madisonville, Kentucky.

[NI795] Stephen and Elmina lived in Princeton, Kentucky until about 1920 when th ey moved to Herrin, Illinois where Stephen had a house built for his famil y. Stephen worked in the coal mines and with the railroad.  While working wi th the railroad, he was seriously injured. and was in a coma for a peri od of time. Stephen and Elmina left Herrin in 1933 and moved to Missouri where they bo ught a farm on the outskirts of the town of Sullivan where Stephen beca me a farmer. When Stephen died, at age 57,  he was buried in the graveya rd in Sullivan, Missouri.

[NI797] Ruby and sister Dorothy both left Sullivan, Missouri and went to St. Lou is to attend business school after graduation from high school. Ruby and sister  Dorothy married brothers, the Dorrell brothers;  Ruby mar ried Ed and Dorothy married John. Ruby and Ed lived in the St. Louis area for many years.  They later mov ed to Eureka, Missouri, not far from St. Louis.  Several years later, th ey moved to Cuba, Missouri. After Ed died, Ruby sold her home and moved to Tullahoma, Tenness ee to be near her son, Woodie and his family.  Her daughter, Tamra, liv ed in Cuba, Missouri.

[DI797] Name:  «tab»Ruby E. Dorrell SSN: «tab»493-38-0407 Last Residence: «tab»37388  Tullahoma, Coffee, Tennessee, Born: «tab»24 Oct 1915 Died: «tab»20 Sep 2002 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Missouri (1952-1953)

[NI798] Dorothy and John lived first in the St. Louis area, then later in Warrento n, further out from St. Louis.  John worked as a machinist at McDonald Dou glas Aircraft. Dorothy and John's son, John Leo II, was kidnapped at one time shortly aft er he and his wife, Sally, were married.  The kidnapper, at gunpoint, ma de John drive him across the country and then later had John drive him ba ck to the St. Louis area.  He did not harm John, just let him out of the c ar somewhere in the area.  The kidnapper was eventually caught. Their son, John, with Sally and only daughter, Kelly, later moved out of t he St. Louis area  further West. They have since moved to other areas, b ut have never returned to the St. Louis area except for visits.  The two o ther children, Joanne and Helen, with their husbands, remained in the ho me area close to John and Dorothy.

[NI801] Helen attended part of her first year of grade school in Herrin, Illinoi s.  When her family moved to Sullivan, Missouri, she attended Sullivan Ele mentary and Sullivan Public High Schools and graduated in 1944. Taking t he train to Kansas City, she attended Kansas City Secretarial School and s tarted her first secretarial job at Commodity Credit Corporation, later ca lled the War Assets Administration. When she and Ivan moved to Dallas, she worked for three different compani es as a secretary.  In Wichita Falls she worked for a couple of law fir ms and for the railroad for a short time.  When she and Ivan left Texas a nd moved to Mobile, Alabama, she worked for a law firm.  In Los Angeles, s he worked as secretary to the Sales Manager for General Mills. While Helen and Ivan were in Tampa, most of the time she did not work outs ide the home.  She did work for a short period as a secretary for an elect rical company. In Jacksonville, Florida, she first worked as a secretary for a cruise li ne company, and then later for short periods she worked with Kelly Girl s, a temporary agency company.  She also worked for Kelly Girls in Tallaha ssee. When she and Ivan moved to San Diego, California, she first worked with Tr iple A and then later, for a few years, she worked for Kelly Girls and Man power Temporary Agency.  Most of the time in San Diego, Helen has not work ed outside the home. San Diego Union Tribune Thursday December 21, 2006 Helen Marie Evilsizer passed away Saturday, Dec 16, 2006 resting in the ar ms of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ after a battle with pancreatic can cer, aged 80y10m19d.  Helen was born Jan 27, 1926 in Herrin, IL  the  d au of  Stephen Barnes and Elmina  Board. She eloped with  her childhood sw eetheart, Ivan Evilsizer  and  married Jul 15, 1946.  He died  Jan 1 199 7. Her hobbies included oil painting and genealogy. Four of her family his tory books can be found in the Salt Lake Library. She and Ivan lived in Te xas and Florida, moving to San Diego in 1972.  She was a member of the Ea st Clairemont Southern Baptist Church and attended a local Bible Study Gro up.  She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, brothers Bart is Barnes, Bennie Theodore Barnes, and Charles Barnes; sisters Edith  Barn es,  Ruby  Dorrell, and  Dorothy  Dorrell. She is survived by brother Tex al  Barnes; sisters Mary Jeanette  Escarcega of AZ, and Lillian  Luci us of FL; Children Ivan C Evilsizer and Sandra  Koscak, both of Helena, M T; grandchildren Laura  and  Tyler  Evilsizer, also of Helena; special nie ce Dee  Barr of  AR;  and a host of nieces and nephews who will mourn h er loss. She will be interred today next to her beloved husband tod ay  at Ft Rosecrans National Cemetery, Point Loma, CA. By daughter Sandra 12/31/2006 Tom and I moved temporarily to San Diego to be caregivers for my mothe r. We were there during the last 7 weeks of her life. It was so sad to s ee her in so much pain. Although it was both a physical and spiratual batt le, God sustained us through it. I feel blessed that I was able to be by h er side and tell her each day how much I love her.  She will be truly miss ed in this world, but looking forward to reuniting

[MI801] (Medical):Hay Fever and Bronchitis

[DI803] ucius, Lillian R., 82, of Tampa passed away January 1, 2014. Born in Herrin, IL to Stephen and Elmina Barnes and she moved to Tampa in 1958. Lillian is preceded in death by her husband, William H. Lucius and nine siblings. She was an involved member of The First Baptist Church of Downtown Tampa and enjoyed playing the piano. She is survived by her sons David, Mike, daughter Phyllis (Paul); and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren. There will be visitation on Tuesday, January 7, 2014 from 9am-10am with a funeral service at 10am both at the funeral home with interment to follow at Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to The American Heart Association.

[NI808] From Richard C Sheridan, Archie later married briefly an Ohio woman and they divorced after a few months. She had a son, John Lawrence Dunn, born 9/13/1943 died 4/1/1945. The death cert reads as follows: Name: «tab»John Lawrence Dunn Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»01 Apr 1945 Event Place: «tab» Residence: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Gender: «tab»Male Death Age: «tab»1y6m18d Marital Status: «tab» Race: «tab»White Occupation: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»13 Sep 1943 Birthplace: «tab»Steubenville Ohio Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1944 Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Father: «tab»John Elder Dunn Father's Titles & Terms: «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother: «tab»Audrey Williamson Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Spouse: «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab» Reference Number: «tab»Certificate Film Number: «tab»2372782 Digital Folder Number: «tab»4097631 Image Number: «tab»01863

[NI811] Died when 16

[NI812] James was called Jimmie.  He was in the US Navy and was an electricia n. He had cancer.

[NI818] Mary Elizabeth Board and George Harty Payne lived on Sugar Creek, at the o ld BOARD place in Caldwell CO until 1932.  They moved to Dawson Road, abo ut 3 miles out of Princeton. Mary was killed by a milk truck from Madisonv ille.  The truck hit her wagon on the way home from Princeton on Highway 6 2. Her husband died in a car accident on Sandlick Rd Sources Virginia Family Vol 1-Brook Payne book from George Coon Library a nd family records

[DI818] Husband: George H. Payne. Mother of three young children when she died; James E. Payne ( my dad); Jesse Payne ( now deceased); and Rosie Mae Payne. She died to early in life. She was a very beautiful lady, that we never got to know this wonderful lady. She died in a truck/ and horse and buggy accident. We love you and miss you, but most of all wish we had got to know you. Kentucky Death Records ( 1852- 1953) Name: Mary Elizabeth Payne [Mary Elizabeth Board] Death Date: 23 Sep 1940 Burial Date: 25 Sept.1940 Death Location: Caldwell Residence Location: Caldwell Age: 28 Age: 28 yrs, 3 months, 1 day Gender: Female Ethnicity: White Status: Married Profession/ Trade: Housewife Birth Date: 24 Jun 1912 Birth Location: Caldwell, Kentucky Spouse's name: Geo Payne Father's Name: Ben Board Father's Birth Location: Caldwell, Kentucky Mother's Name: Dora Nuchols Mother's Birth Location: Crittenden, Kentucky Cert Of Death: # 20761 Informant: Andy Board Morgans Funeral Home was in Charge Accident was the cause of death: Struck by UC Milk Company truck from Madisonville, ky... which turned over on her and she was found beneath the truck. Mary Elizabeth Payne was driving a horse team and buggy back into Princeton On Hwy 62, Princeton, Ky when the accident occured at 7 pm.. She received internal injuries of the chest.

[NI819] Died in a car accident on Sandlick Road on September 19, 1966.

[NI863] Willis Franklin Reynolds was the son of Rowlett Reynolds and Amanda Sus an Weaver Perkins.  According to birth records, he was born in Scott Count y, Mo.  We believe that the family continued to live in Scott Co., Mo unt il Amanda became ill.  They then moved to Kentucky, where she died.  Willi s was a very small child at this time. Census records show Willis, at the a ge of two, living with his Perkins grandparents.  He would stay with th em until his Dad remarried. Rowlett was faced with raising  his two children without a wife.  He met a nd married Lillie May Rucker.  They took their small family back to Blodge tt, Missouri, where Willis grew to adulthood.  Willis continued to li ve at home, helping the family by contributing his income.  Willis met Lil lian May Nuckles and wished to marry her.  Hut the mother's didn't want th em to marry yet.  (He was 24 and she was 28.)  Willis claimed they ran aw ay to get married on March 20, 1932. Willis and Lillian left the area for awhile after their marriage.  They d id return when Lillian was expecting their first child.  Evelyn Louise w as born May 2, 1935  on a very stormy night.  Unfortunately the labor w as long and very difficult.  Evelyn Louise's head was badly injured duri ng thebirth process, and she was born dead.  Willis was faced with the ta sk of making his daughter's coffin, which he then buried at the foot of h er grandfather's grave.  Willis made a stone marker to mark her grave. Willis and Lillian stayed in Blodgett.  On October 26, 1938, they had a so n, whom they named Willis Floyd Reynolds.  With both father and son's fir st name being Willis, the child used the name Floyd. Willis worked at the Nunlee Gas Station and also as a driver for the Nunl ee Funeral Home.  Being handy with his hands, Willis opened a shop behi nd his home.  There he did carpentry and woodwork for others.  During WW 2, he went to St Louis and worked in the ammunition plant there. Remaini ng in St Louis until 1951, the family finally returned to Blodgett, where Willis purchas ed land from his brother-in-law and went back to doing carpentry for other s. In the middle 60's, when their son Floyd returned from a tour in Alask a, Willis and Lillian moved to Tarboro, NC in order to be close to Floyd a nd his family.  In Tarboro, Willis' carpentry work was in great demand.  W hen Floyd moved to Fayetteville, NC,  Willis and Lillian remained in Tarbo ro. Willis was well employed and Fayetteville, was only a two hour drive a way. When Floyd was promoted and moved  again, this time to Olathe, KS, Will is and Lillian choose to return to Sikeston, Mo. In 1990, with their health failing, Willis and Lillian moved in with Flo yd and Jo Ann.  Willis had been battling cancer since 1972.   First he h ad part of his kidney removed, then he had prostate cancer. This was follo wed by testicle cancer, and then Willis had two surgeries for lung cance r.  In 1990,  he had two surgeries for bladder cancer.  He was getting rea dy for third surgery for the bladder cancer, when the x-rays revealed th at  lung cancer had greatly advanced.  Willis was sent  home and told to e njoy the time left of his life.  Falling and breaking his hip, Willis entered in to a Johnson County nursing home.  The break took what little strength Wil lis had left in his ravaged body, and he died in his  sleep on March 8, 19 92. His bride, Lillian had preceded him in death by exactly five weeks.  T hey are both laid to rest at Morley Cemetery, in Morley, Mo., just miles f rom Willis' birth place.  Willis and Lillian left behind a son, Floyd; gra ndsons, Edward Lee, James Alen, Denny Robert, and John Floyd; Great-grandd aughters, Chantelle Niccole, Starrett Foster; and a great-grandson, Robe rt Taylor. Information provided by Jo Ann Cormack Reynolds.

[NI864] The Sikeston Herald Sikeston  Missouri  27 January 1955 Blodget News- Mrs Willis Reynolds of St Louis is visiting her mother Mrs L Nuckolls a nd her brothers Thomas and Nyless this week

[NI873] Changed his name spelling to NUCKLES as a result of an argument over a pair of mules. Every living family member and descendant today (2007) remembers this story. The Nunnelee Funeral Chapel, Charleston, Missouri Luther L Nuckles was born March 16, 1868 at Marion, KY and died at Blodget t, Mo on April 28, 1946 at the age of 78 years 1 month ans 12 days. He came to Missouri 50 years ago and resided in the state continously thereafter with the exception of 4 years when he resided in Flint, Michigan, where he was employed by the General Motors Company. Mr Nuckles became a member of the old Hickory Grove Church which was located 3 1/2 miles north of Blodgett and he later transfered his membership to the Stanfield Baptist Church at Clarketon, MO, where he was a member at the time of his dea th. Those surviving Mr Nuckles are his wife, one daughter, Mrs Willis Reynolds of Blodgett, MO; Four sons, Lawton of Clarketon, MO, Casual, Mt Morris, MI, Ulyless and Thomas of Blodgett, MO. One half sister, Mrs Sally Holt of Flint Michigan; one half brother, Ed Nuckles of Paducah, KY. Seven g rand children and three great grandchildren and many other relatives as well as s host of friends. In Memory of Luther Lavanda Nuckles, March 16th 1870, Caldwell County, Ken tucky 3:30 P M April 28, 1946 At home Rt #2, East of Bldogett, MO, Sikesto n, MO. Seventy Six years, One month Twelve days. Service held The Bapti st Church of Blodgett Missouri, 2:30 P M April 30, 1946 The Rev W S Baile y. Pallbearers; Tom Evans, Roy Evans, Aubry Davis, Joe Adams, Jim Smith, C harles Nowton. Interment in New Morley Cemetery, Morely, MO Blodgett Resident Died Yesterday Blodgett, MO April 29201946 Luther L Nuckles, 78 year old retired farmer, died at his home yesterd ay at 3:30 p.m. after an illness of six weeks. Funeral services will be he ld tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. at the Baptist Church with the Rev W S Bail ey in charge. He is survived by his widow , four sons and one daughter. Nu nnellee service.

[BI873] Death certificate says born 3/16/1870

[DI873] The Nunnelee Funeral Chapel, Charleston, Missouri Luther L Nuckles was born March 16, 1868 at Marion, KY and died at Blodget t, Mo on April 28, 1946 at the age of 78 years 1 month ans 12 days. He ca me to Missouri 50 years ago and resided in the state continously thereaft er with the exception of 4 years when he resided in Flint, Michigan, whe re he was employed by the General Motors Company. Mr Nuckles became a memb er of the old Hickory Grove Church which was located 3 1/2 miles nor th of Blodgett and he later transfered his membership to the Stanfield Bap tist Church at Clarketon, MO, where he was a member at the time of his dea th. Those surviving Mr Nuckles are his wife, one daughter, Mrs Willis Reyn olds of Blodgett, MO; Four sons, Lawton of Clarketon, MO, Casual, Mt Morri s, MI, Ulyless and Thomas of Blodgett, MO. One half sister, Mrs Sally Ho lt of Flint Michigan; one half brother, Ed Nuckles of Paducah, KY. Seven g rand children and three great grandchildren and many other relatives as well as s host of friends. In Memory of Luther Lavanda Nuckles, March 16th 1870, Caldwell County, Ken tucky 3:30 P M April 28, 1946 At home Rt #2, East of Bldogett, MO, Sikesto n, MO. Seventy Six years, One month Twelve days. Service held The Bapti st Church of Blodgett Missouri, 2:30 P M April 30, 1946 The Rev W S Bailey. Pallbearers; Tom Evans, Roy Evans, Aubry Davis, Joe Adams, Jim Smith, Charles Nowton. Interment in New Morley Cemetery, Morely, MO Blodgett Resident Died Yesterday Blodgett, MO April 29201946 Luther L Nuckles, 78 year old retired farmer, died at his home yesterd ay at 3:30 p.m. after an illness of six weeks. Funeral services will be he ld tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. at the Baptist Church with the Rev W S Bail ey in charge. He is survived by his widow , four sons and one daughter. Nunnellee service.

[NI874] 1880 Census Place:Sandywood, Scott, Missouri Source:FHL Film 1254737  National Archives Film T9-0737     Page 27 3B Thom STRAYHORNESelfMMW24KYFa: KYMo: KY Milly A. STRAYHORNEWifeFMW22ARFa: TNMo: MO John L. STRAYHORNESonMSW2MOFa: KYMo: AR Ettie A. STRAYHORNEDauFSW10MMOFa: KYMo: AR Martha Elizabeth Nuckles - 1881 - 1971 a widow, of Sikeston, Missouri, born November 1, 1881, Scott County, Misso uri, passed away January 21, 1971, at Host House, Charleston, age 89 year s, 2 months, 20 days.  Survived by 2 sons Ben Nuckles, Mt. Morris, Michiga n, Ulyless Nuckles, Sikeston; 1 daughter, Mrs. Lillian Reynolds, Sikesto n; 1 stepson Lawton Nuckles, Flint, Michigan; 1 brother Lewis Raymond Stra yhorn, Clarkton, Missouri. Church affiliation Baptist, Stanfield, Missouri; place of funeral Nunnel ee Chapel; Officiating Clergy, Rev. W. S. Bailey; Interment New Morley Cem etery. The Sikeston Herald Sikeston  Missouri  27 January 1955 Blodget News- Mrs Willis Reynolds of St Louis is visiting her mother Mrs L Nuckolls a nd her brothers Thomas and Nyless this week

[NI875] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Ulyless F Nuckles Birth Year: 1906 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Missouri State: Missouri County or City: Scott Enlistment Date: 23 Nov 1942 Enlistment State: Missouri Enlistment City: Jefferson Barracks 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, without dependents Height: 68 Weight: 175

[NI876] Buried in Flint Memorial Park. Isuspect his middle name to be Caswell. Name:    Benjamin C NUCKLES Birth Date:    06 November 02 Death Date:    22 April 80 Gender:    Male Residence:    Genesee, Genesee, Michigan

[NI877] Never married Southeast Missourian, Cape Girardeau, MO Mar 31, 1955 Thomas Nuckles Dies, Farmer Near Sikeston Charleston- Thomas L Nuckles, 45 years old of Sikeston, Rt 2, a farmer, di ed Wednesday afternoon  at 3:50 in a hospital in Cape Girardeau where he h ad been a patient six days. Funeral services will be held Saturday afterno on at 2 at the Baptist Church at Blodgett by Reb W S Bailey with interme nt in the Cemetery at Morley. The body was removed from the Nunnalee Funer al Home here. Mr Nuckles leaves three brothers, Ulyless Nuckles of Sikest on Route 2, Casual Nuckles of Mt Morris Michigan, and Lawton Nuckles of Fl int MI, a sister Lillian Reynolds of St louis and his mother Mrs L L Nuckl es of Sikeston Rt 2. His father preceeded him in death several years ag o. Born in Scott County on Nov 6, 1909 he moved to this community 20 yea rs ago. The Sikeston Herald Sikeston  Missouri  27 January 1955 Blodget News-Thomas Nuckolls, whose illness the past several months has m ade it necessry for him to be hospitalized several times, was taken ba ck to St Francis Hospital, Cape Girardeau, Friday.

[NI880] Buried in Flint Memorial Park, Flint, MI.

[DI882] CARTER, WILLIAM L., SR. Of Flint, age 82, died Monday, August 27, 2012 at Fostrian Manor in Flushing. Funeral service will be held at 12 p.m. Friday, August 31, 2012 at the Swartz Funeral Home, 1225 West Hill Road, Pastor Andrew Arp officiating. Burial in Crestwood Cemetery. Those desiring may make contributions to ALS. Visitation 4-8 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Mr. Carter was born in Flint, Michigan on December 28, 1929, the son of William and Emogene (Traver) Carter and was a resident of Flint. On August 7, 1948 he married Evelyn Nuckles in Flint. He was a member of Central Church of the Nazarene. He loved to golf, play softball and ran an orchard for 35 years. Mr. Carter retired from Michigan Bell, after 39 years of service. Surviving are wife, Evelyn, of 64 years; children, William (Rosemarie) Carter, Jeanette (Tom) Benedict, Karen (Jim) Grof, Sharen (Dan) Weber and Mary (Tom) Smith; 12 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; brothers and sister, Ed (Donna) Carter, Frank (Delores) Carter, George (Darlene) Carter, Margaret (Bob) Craton and Bob (Cheri) Carter; nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by son, Kelly; brother, Fred and sister-in-law, Barb Carter. Your condolences may be shared with the family at swartzfuneralhomeinc.com

[NI883] Buried in Flint Memorial Park; Flint, MI. Name:    Mary NUCKLES Birth Date:    25 November 07 Death Date:    14 April 73 Gender:    Female Residence:    Genesee, Genesee, Michigan

[NI910] The Times Leader Princeton, Ky. June 5, 2004 Mrs. Wilma Board, 78, of Princeton, died Friday, June 4, 2004, at 5:20 a. m. at Princeton Health Care Manor, following a short illness. A retired fa ctory worker and member of Southside Baptist Church, she was born March 1 8, 1926, in Caldwell County, a daughter of the late Will Ed and Ollie L ee Boyd Morse. She was preceded in death by four sisters, Mae Byrd, Lois Watson, Katheri ne Jean Morse and Georgia Endicott. Survivors include her husband, Shell ie Board; a daughter, LaNell Lax of Caldwell County; and two granddaughte rs and grandsons-in-law, Melissa and Jon Ortt of Princeton and Jennifer a nd Ryan Akers of Santa Claus, Ind. Funeral services will be conducted Sund ay, June 6, at 3 p.m. at Morgan’s Funeral Home in Princeton. The Rev. Ronn ie Sivells will officiate, assisted by the Rev. John Benton. Burial will follow in Sugar Creek Church Cemetery, Caldwell County, Ky. Pa llbearers will be Larry Baker, Harold Baker, Clifton McGregor, Darrel Dear ing, Dewey Heaton and Robert Haley. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home.

[NI922] Maj. James Anderson of Albemarle Co., VA, who came to the New River, marri ed Martha (Patsy) Nuckolls, daughter of John Nuckolls, an early settl er in the Grayson area. James might be a brother to Jacob and John; fami ly journeys often started from PA/NJ on the Wagon Road with stop-ove rs in counties along the way, such as Albemarle. Patsy and James A. rear ed a family near Galax and are buried in the Anderson cemetery there (Nuck olls, 67). Family discussed in Nuckolls text. THE NEW RIVER FRONTIER SETTL EMENT ON THE VIRGINIA-NORTH CAROLINA BORDER 1760-1820 by Paula Hathaway Anderson-Green* Published in the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, V86: pgs. 413 -431 (1978). This electronic version prepared by Paul B. Anderson FCCS (USN, Retired ), Norfolk, Virginia Major Anderson--whose wife was a Miss Nuckolls--resided in the count y. He was a prominent citizen of Grayson county. Their sons were Robert, O rville, and Garland. Robert and family moved to Atchison Co., Mo. They we re pious members of the M.E. Church South in the county, Major Orville And erson was one of the best clerks in southwestern Virginia. His bright inte llect, devoted Christian, and example still live. Garland Anderson was a q uiet good citizen. I would like to know more about Martha Nuckolls and if she and James had c hildren. If you prefer a fast response, I suggest that you email me direct ly at boppinbeck@cwix.com. 1. John ANDERSON was born in NJ. John married May. They had the followi ng children: + 2 F i. Rebecca ANDERSON was born 1720 and died 1872. 3 M ii. James ANDERSON. James married Martha NUCKOLLS. 4 M iii. John ANDERSON. 5 M iv. Jacob Paul ANDERSON. Jacob married Susanna BUCHANAN. Major Anderson--whose wife was a Miss Nuckolls--resided in the count y. He was a prominent citizen of Grayson county. Their sons were Robert, O rville, and Garland. Robert and family moved to Atchison Co., Mo. They we re pious members of the M.E. Church South in the county, Major Orville And erson was one of the best clerks in southwestern Virginia. His bright inte llect, devoted christian, and example still live. Garland Anderson was a q uiet good citizen. (Foot Prints on the Sands of Time: A History of Southwe stern Virginia and Northwestern North Carolina by Dr. A. B. Cox Original ly published by The Star Pub. Co. Print, Sparta, N.C) Anderson, James Captain Oct. 26, 1811 Anderson, James Captain, Rifle Co., 2nd Battn. May 21, 1793-Aug. 25, 17

[NI924] . On June 21, 1854,              his widow made affidavit to that effect and that she had resi ded in              Rockcastle County, Ky., over four years. She was grant              pension and a bounty of 160 acres. Henry Duke4 died pri              1842 when Patrick Henry Duke was administrator of his estat e,              who may have been an older son.

[NI930] Name:Linda Roberson E-Mail:roberson@execpc.com lr@mail.b-rlaw.com History of Caldwell Co, Missouri pg494-495 GALLATIN W. NOBLITT (Farmer and Stock-raiser, Post-office, Catawba). G. W. Noblitt, a man whose entire life of over three score years and ten has been one of almost ceaseless activity and upright conduct, is a member of a fainilv which is descended from Thomas Noblitt, an IrishniMii by birth, who, when a hid, came to America during the French and Indian War. At the battle of Quebec he was with that gallant commander, Gen. Wolfe, where he was wounded. Subsequently he took up his residence in Pennsylvania, wliere he married Miss Mary King, a German lady, and some years later removed to North Carolina. From that State he went to Grayson county, Va., and there his death oecurr^ in 1818, at a ripe old age. He reared a large and worthy family of children, who have since become settled in numerous portions of the United States. One of his sons, Abraham Noblitt, born in North Carolina, was married in Virginia to Miss Elizabeth Nuckolls, a native of that State, and their union was blessed with seven children. The mother died in Virginia May 13, 1835, and in 1839 Mr. Noblitt came to Ray county, Mo., where he departed this life some four months after. During the greater part of his earthly career he had followed farming and kindred pursuits, and to this occupation Gallatin W., the subject of this sketch, was very naturally reared. He was born in Grayson county, Va., May 15, 1811, and became settled in Ray county, Mo., the year preceding his father's arrival. It is largelv due to the fact that his own education in youth was so limited which has caused Mr. Noblitt to take such a leading interest in the instruction of the young in more recent years, but his position in this matter is well known. On November 1, 1840, he was married to Miss Louiana J. Davis, who was born in South Carolina January 17, 1821. By this union there were three sons and four daughters: John B., Charles C, Mary M., Elizabeth, Sonora J., Sonoma, Susan E. and William L. Mrs. Noblitt died January 18, 1858. Mr. N. was again married May 22, 1862, to Christine E. Mace, a Virginian by birth, whose death occurred January 28, 1866. She left one daughter, Cora A. March 20, 1867, Miss Mary A. Sconce, born in Ray county. Mo., January 7, 1834, became Mr. Noblitt's third wife. Her father, John Sconce, was one of the early settlers in Ray county. In 1854 Mr. N. took up his location on his present homestead in this township, and with the exception of about eight years he has devoted his entire life to agricultural pursuits, including stock raising. He owns 240 acres of land. Thousfh reared as a Deniocrat, he has always voted against that party, his first suffrage havomg been cast for Henry Clay. During the Civil War he was captain in the State militia. He is a member of the Baptist Church, and he and his wife enjoy to a large degree the confidence and respect of all who know them.

[NI932] http://www.keithbobbitt.com/bookthirteen/pp370-402.htm JOHN BOBBITT      1783 - 1819     Son of Captain William and Nancy Bobbitt John Bobbitt was the fourth son of Captain William and Nancy (McKenzie) Bo bbitt. John was born in 1783 in Montgomery County, Virginia and in wh at is today Carroll County, Virginia. When John was 22 years of age he married Nancy Nuckolls a daughter of Char les Nuckolls of Grayson County. John and Nancy were married on January 2 9, 1806 in Grayson County and their marriage is recorded. The section of G rayson County that they lived in later became Carroll County. The Nuckol ls family was a large, wealthy and influential family in the county. The v illage that John and Nancy lived near was named "Nuckollsville" Virginia. John and Nancy Bobbitt had six sons and no daughters. The six sons all liv ed to maturity, married and raised key Bobbitt families that later settl ed in Kentucky, Missouri and West Virginia. The second wife of Charles Nuckolls was Mary Black. They had three sons. J ohn Nuckolls moved to Kentucky, James Nuckolls moved to Missouri, and Char les Nuckolls died single. They had five daughters, Betty, Sally, Polly, Su san, and Nancy. Nancy Nuckolls, the last of the children, married John Bob bitt. The John Bobbitt family was counted in the Grayson County, Federal cens us in 1820. John Bobbitt died in 1819 and his son James was born after h is death. Here is the census record. NANCY BOBBITT: (Widow of John Bobbitt) 4 males under 10 (1810-1820)                    1 female 26 - 45 (1775-179 4) 2 males 10 - 16 (1804-1810) Nancy was born in 1790 and was only 30 years of age when she faced the res ponsibility of raising her six sons. There were many indications that Jo hn Bobbitt was not physically well and that he tried to solve his health p roblems with alcohol. In March of 1818 John Bobbitt, school master of t he county was summoned before the grand jury for insulting and interrupti ng the meeting house on Little Reed Island on the third Sunday of Janua ry 1818. The information was given by Esq. George Cornwallis. John must have been very intelligent and well educated for his ti me to be the school master of the county

[NI933] Fell on Court House steps when paying taxes.  As they came out of the buil ding, she slipped on the large stone step, and fell injuring her side, cau sing a hemorrhage.  She was taken across the street to the old Clement Hot el, where she died soon afterward.

[NI934] Skilled Carpenter, helped build Court House, Clerment Hotel, Post Office a nd Hall.  Was Sheriff of Grayson Co, VA. Organized a Company of Volunteer s, with the rank of Captain during the War of 1812. Acquired 1300 acres on Meadow Creek where he operated a grist mill and wor ked as a carpenter and mason.

[NI935] Mentioned in grandfather wills in 1810

[NI937] This family line submitted by Mrs. James O Mathis 3778 Summer Ln Huntsville, TX 77340-8945

[NI938] This family from from James O Mathis ret_jom@shsu.edu (not vaild 2003)

[NI939] Lee was a bondsman to the marriage of Isaac painter and Evolena J Be ll in Surry Co, VA 11/24/1828

[NI942] Sena JACKSON:  April 8, 1855; DL Cripple Creek; COD Apoplexy; AGE 31 yr s; PAR Nathaniel & Martha Nuckles; POB Cripple Creek; SP Joshua Jackson; INFO Hus band Wythe County, Virginia, Vital Records:  1855 WYTHE CO, VA DEATH REGISTER

[NI944] Calvin appears in First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred Book II page 171  nu mber 363 Some Descendants of Calvin were found on the LDS Mormon Web Site submitt ed by Judy Hawbaker , 903 Balfrin, Crestline, CA 92325-3028. Ancestral Fi le No AF96-114292 Some descendatns found on WFT Vol 4 Tree 1558 Family researcher- Steve Morgan steven.morgan@oracle.com One L Spelling prevailant throughout census** and burial records Many reco rded as Nuckles 1850 Census, Tazewell Co, VA has James Graham age 46 living with this fami ly ** 1870 Census has 2 L spelling

[NI946] 14 July 1848  Abner Thompson [husband of Nancy Nuckolls, dau. of Nathani el Nuckolls and Martha Towler Nuckolls]  and William A. Pope [husband of N ancy's sister Elizabeth Nuckolls Pope] were to check on the best alterati on for a road in Wythe Co., VA near their homes. [At this time, Elizabe th Nuckolls Pope was deceased and William had remarried Elizabeth Rickey].

[NI949] James Nuckolls arrived in California in a wagon train probably led by Capt .Wm. Boyd Hagan.  The train left Pleasant Gap, Bates Co., MO, April 21, 1853,and arrived in Santa Rosa, Calif. in Oct. 1853. From Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Sonoma County, California, by Robert A. Thompson (L. H. Everts Co.: Philadelphia, 1877), page 18:James McReynolds  second marriage is listed in Sonoma County Marriages 184 7-1902 (Sonoma County Genealogical Society, Inc., Santa Rosa, CA: 1st Edition, March 1980), as James MC REYNOLDS to Mary F. GALDIN on 27 May 1855, ( no place recorded), officiated by N. Nuckols, and recorded in Marriages Book A Page 50 The above is from the diary of William H. Zillhart. History of Mendocino County, California San Francisco, Calif.: Alley, Bowen & Co., 1880, 737  pgs Pg 496 Methidist Episcopal Church South - The church was organized in the autumn of 1850 in this county by L C Adam with monthly service at Ukiah, Redwood Valley, and Anderson Valley; J N Nuckolls class leader and Biddy Nuckolls... . Pg 570 James N Nuckolls. Born in Virginia Mar 3, 1834. When he was but a child his parents moved to Missouri, where the subject of this sketch resided with his parents until 1853, when he came to California, his parents having died previously. He crossed the plains with ox teams and arrived in Sacramento county about the 20th of September. Here he followed mining and dairying until 1856, when he went to Sonoma County and farmed about one year in Two Rock Valley. In May 1857 he came to Mendocino county and settled in Redwood valley, where he has since resided, beign engaged in farming and wool growing. Mr Nuckolls married, May 3, 1859 Miss Biddy English a native of Missouri. Their children are Charles P, James C, William L, Enoch M, Mary C, Alfred M and Holland M. They have lost one Martha E

[DI949] Nuckolls, J. N.     Death      09/16/1910  Dispatch Democrat CADI James N Nuckolls, age 76 died Stanislaus Co 9/10/1910

[DI950] CADI Biddy Nuckolls, spouse  J N died 12/29/1925 San Francisco Co, CA

[NI951] 9/25/1890 Mendocino Co,CA Assigned For Automation 10556 162.01 ac 13 12/ 17-N 13-W No Mount Diablo    CA Remarks: LOT 13 OF SWSW 14 12/ 17-N 13-W No Mount Diablo CA Remarks: LOT 14 OF SESW 15 12/ 17-N 13-W No Mount Diablo CA Remarks: LOT 15 OF SWSE 16 12/ 17-N 13-W No Mount Diablo CA Remarks: LOT 16 OF SESE Nuckolls, C. P.                           Probate        04/14/1893  Repub lican Press 1890 Great Register 60  Nuckolls            Charles P.                    26 CA  Labor er             Calpella Cemetery Index Nuckolls, Charles P.               1  21 1862  12 1  1891  P/T       Redwo od Valley Cem

[NI952] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 James Wright Nuckolls res  818 Van Ness, Santa Ana, Orange Co, CA Age 35 born Oct 2 1882 Bookkeeper for Fairhassen Land & Imp Co, Cemetery Office Nearest kin- wife Dona L Nuckolls same address Med height, med build, lt brown hair, lt brn eyes Signed 9/12/1918 James Wright Nuckolls 1920 census has niece Fraances Walton, age 5, CA MO TX 1930 Orange Co, Santan Ana, CA      James W Nuckols, head, 47, CA CA CA Md age 23, Rent $35      Dona L, wife, 45, md age 21 TX MS GA       Frances H, 15, dau, CA California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: James W Nuckolls Social Security #: 554092024 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 2 Oct 1882 Birthplace: California Death Date: 27 May 1972 Death Place: Orange

[BI952] Full Name  «tab»James Wright NUCKOLLS Sex «tab»- Birth Date «tab»Year: 1882 Month: October Day: 2 Residence «tab»State: California Country: Mendocino Born «tab»Mendocino Co CA

[NI953] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Charles Chester Nuckolls res 107 Cypress, Santa Ana, CA Age 28 born Aug 22 1888 in Ukiah CA Factory Laborer for American Laundry in Santa Ana Married, dependants, mother and wife Claims exemption that mother and wife are dependant on him for support Med height, med build, brown eys, brown hair, slightly bald SIgned June 5 1917 Charles Chester Nuckolls 1920 Orange Co, Santa Ana, CA-pg 7       Chester C Nuckolls, 31, CA CA MO      Leola, E, wife, 29 MI MI MI     Neva Sutton, Mother In Law, 46, Widow, MI MI OH 1930 San Bernardino Co, Colton, CA        Chester C Nuckolls, 40, CA CA TN, Manager, Ford Dealership-Rents $ 40       Md age 22      Leola E, wife, MI MI MI, 30 md age 20 California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Charles Chester Nuckolls Social Security #: 0 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 22 Aug 1888 Birthplace: California Death Date: 29 Jan 1949 Death Place: San Bernardino Mother's Maiden Name: Wright Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[DI954] CADI Neena B Nuckolls age 21 died Orange Co, CA 3/15/1912

[NI955] Died after two months of marriage. Cemetery Index Nuckolls, James C.                 0  0  1865  2  8  1888  P/T       Redwo od Valley Cem

[NI956] He practiced Dentistry and kept a store in Kinsburg, CA. 1890 Great Register 15  Nuckolls            William Lorenzo               21 CA  Mercha nt            Calpella 1930 Fresno Co, Kingsburg, CA Ed 10-97 William L Nuckolls, age 72,  md age 23 CA VA MO Medical Doctor Dora J, wife, 63, md age 28, CA VA MO

[DI956] CADI William L Nuckolls, spouse D J, died San Francisco Co age 65 9/25/1931 cert#50999

[NI957] 8/14/1899 Mendocino Co, CA Assigned For Automation 7156 CACAAA 02295 160 ac E½SW 27/ 19-N 12-W No Mount Diablo CA N½SE 27/ 19-N 12-W No Mount Diablo CA In 1952 he lived in Turlock CA, according to Bertha's book. He was a Turk ey farmer. 1890 Great Register 95  Nuckolls            Enoch Marvin                  21 CA  Farm er              Calpella 1902 Great Register 77  Nuckolls, Enoch Marvin          Calpella        33 Calpel la 1910 Great Register 77  Nuckolls, Enoch Marvin        Calpella            41 Farm er              Calpella 1930 Merced Co, Hilmar, CA       Marvin Nuckolls, 61, divorced, own hom e, living alone CA VA MO California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Enock Marvin Nuckolls Social Security #: 0 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 18 Jul 1868 Birthplace: California Death Date: 11 Jun 1955 Death Place: Stanislaus Mother's Maiden Name: English Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[DI958] CA Probate Index Nuckolls Alfred Marshall 82088 D 1939 CADI Marshall Nuckolls, spouse L, age 66 died 8/24/1939 San Francisco Co cert#51203

[XI958] According to cemetery records, Alfred Nuckolls was cremated at Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, Colma, San Mateo Co, CA and his ashes then given to his first wife, Anna Nuckolls. His name appears on a stone in Turlock Cemetery where they interred his ashes, in Stanislaus Co, Turlock CA. He is buried with his mother Biddy English Nuckolls.

[NI959] 1870 census Fayette Co., IA. (p 28) Clermont Twp. Anne Banks, WF 1, b. I A. Living w/parents. * 1880 census Lake Co., CA. ED 51, p 33. Lakeport. Anna A.Banks, WF 10, b. I A, father b. England, mother b. NY. Living w/parents. * 1900 census Mendocino Co., CA. ED 79, p 2. Ukiah. Stanley St. Anna Bank s, WF 29, b. 1870, b. IA?, father b. England, mother b. Canada. Living w/b rother Albert Banks. * On 11 Oct 1903, Lake Co., CA, Anna married A. M. Nuckolls. (Index of Birth s, Marriages & Deaths as Reported in Lake Co. Newspapers, 1863-1949, by Ma rjorie Ingebretsen, 1992, p 2) * In 1917, Anna's brother Henry mentioned his sister Anna Barcholls (si c) in his draft card. [There are no persons with a Barcholls surname in t he Social Security Death Index] Source Ray H Banks Could be this Anna in death index NUCKOLLS  ANNA  B  09/09/1868  BROWN    F    SAN FRANCISCO(90)    08/31/19 60    91 yrs

[DI959] NUCKOLLS  ANNA  B  09/09/1868  BROWN    F    SAN FRANCISCO(90)    08/31/19 60    91 yrs

[XI959] Burial: Hartley Cemetery Lakeport Lake County California, USA Plot: Sec 1 Blk 3 Street F Created by: Pearlady Record added: May 30 2006

[BI960] California Birth Index, 1905-1995 about Robert M Nuckolls Name: «tab»Robert M Nuckolls Birth Date: «tab»5 Apr 1924 Gender: «tab»Male Mother's Maiden Name: «tab»Lizee Birth County: «tab»San Francisco

[DI960] WWII USAF Incident and Accident Personnel List- 1944 South Carolina Death Index, 1915-1949 Name:    Robert M Nuckolls Death date:    15 Oct 1944 Age (years):    20 Estimated birth year:    1924 Gender:    Male Color:    White County of death:    Florence Volume number:    311 Certificate number:    17404 Microfilm roll number:    CD06 Death Certificate FLorence Co, Florence SC Robert M Nuckolls Home Address 657 Contracesta Rd, Oakland, CA Male, single, born 4/5/1924 CA Age 20y 6m 10 d Soldeir US Army Air Corps Father: Marshall A Nuckolls (dec'd) Mother- left blank Informant-US Army Records COD Complete disintegration of body with charring Plain crash 8 mi east of Lake City SC

[DI962] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Holland M Nuckolls Social Security #: 0 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 8 Oct 1877 Birthplace: California Death Date: 30 Jun 1944 Death Place: San Joaquin Mother's Maiden Name: English Father's Surname: Nuckolls Modesto Bee, Tuesday July 4, 1944 Modesto, CA Turlock- Funeral services under the auspices of the Turlock Masonic Lod ge will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Drake Memorial Chap el for Dr Holland M Nuckolls, 65, who died on Friday in a Stockton Hospit al after a brief illness. Rev F Carl Schmidt pastor of the First Methodi st Church will officiate. Interment will be in the Turlock Cemetery. Dr Nu ckolls had practiced dentistry in Turlock since 1906. Besides his widow, M rs Anna Laura Nuckolls, he leaves a daughter , two brothers and a sister.

[NI963] 1902 Great Register 76  Nuckolls, Olin Fletcher         Calpel la        21 Talmage World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Sep 12 1918 Olin Fletcher Nuckolls res 1517 Jones St Apt 2, San Francisco, CA Age 37 born June 28 1881 Porter for Haas Bros corner Davis and Sacramento Nearest kin-wife Ethel J Nuckolls same address Med height, stout build, brown eyes, brown hair Signed Olin Fletcher Nuckolls Practiced Law in San Francisco CA. Olin F Nuckolls 48 1881 California  Head  White  Burlingame, San Mate o, CA   1930 Ethel J Nuckolls 42 1887    Wife     Burlingame, San Mateo, CA Jackie Nuckolls 8yr 6m 1921    Son     Burlingame, San Mateo, CA BURLINGAME DIRECTORY 1925 COAST DIRECTORY CO. PUBLISHERS P. O. 445, BURLINGAME Arthur F. Woodmansee, Manager Nuckolls Olin D (Ethel) atty h 841 Grange In San Francisco, July 10, 1945, Olin F. Nuckolls, dearly beloved husba nd of Ethel J. Nuckolls of Redwood City, brother of Catherine York of San ta Cruz and E.M. Nuckolls of Turlock. A native of Mendocino County, ag ed 64 years. A member of Redwood City Commutors Club, Royal Neighbors of W oodcraft of Palo Alto, The Forresters of American court Madrone 158 and Re dwood parlor 56 Native Sons of the Golden West. Friends are invited to att end Funeral services Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Franklin & Crowe Mortuary C hapel, 926 Middlefield Rd. Interment Alta Mesa Cemetery. Redwood City Tribune, July 10, 1945, Tuesday July 21, 1945  Probate Matters Est of Olin F. Nuckolls, ded. Pet for probate of will and appointment of e xecutor; value under $5000

[BI963] Full Name  «tab»Olin Fletcher NUCKOLLS Sex «tab»- Birth Date «tab»Year: 1881 Month: June Day: 28 Residence «tab»State: California Country: Mendocino Born «tab»Mendocino Co CA

[XI963] Alta Mesa Cemetery

[NI964] Cemetery Index Nuckolls, Martha E.                2  17 1860  8  11 1863  P/T       Redwo od Valley Cem.

[NI965] Brothers  obit names her as Catherine York in 1945 of Santa Cruz

[DI965] Name: Mary Katherine York [Mary Katherine Nuckolls] Social Security #: 0 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 20 Mar 1870 Birthplace: California Death Date: 24 Nov 1949 Death Place: San Joaquin Mother's Maiden Name: English Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[NI967] He was a dentist and a leading authority on tooth morphology. He worked at the Univ of California Medical School as faculty in Dental Surgery and Oral Pathology. He changed his name to James Nuckolls legally in 1933. Dr James Nuckolls Brown dropped the "Brown" by legal process in 1933 to avoid complications with another Dr. J.N. Brown, practicing at th at time in the same building in San Francisco.

[BI967] From: The Ukiah Tree Tracers Genealogical Society, PO Box 72, Ukiah, CA 95 482,           UTT newsletter, Volume 3, August & November 1974           MENDOCINO COUNTY BIRTHS CONT. James Nuckolls    Male    10/18/1902    Frank Hughes & Mary Catherine Francis Mason        "       11/28/19 04        "        "       "     "   (Nuckolls)

[DI967] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: James Nuckolls Social Security #: 0 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 18 Oct 1902 Birthplace: California Death Date: 19 Apr 1952 Death Place: Marin Mother's Maiden Name: Nuckolls Father's Surname: Brown

[NI969] Biography Index. A cumulative index to biographical material in books a nd magazines. Volume 15: September, 1986-August, 1988. New York: H.W. Wils on Co., 1988.(BioIn 15) Contemporary Authors. A bio-bibliographical guide to current writers in f iction, general nonfiction, poetry, journalism, drama, motion pictures, te levision, and other fields. Volume 123. Detroit: Gale Research, 1988.(Con Au 123) Who's Who in the East. 19th edition, 1983-1984. Wilmette, IL: Marquis Who's Who, 1983.(WhoE 19) Who's Who in the East. 20th edition, 1985-1986. Wilmette, IL: Marquis Who's Who, 1984.(WhoE 20) Who's Who in the East. 21st edition, 1986-1987. Wilmette, IL: Marquis Who's Who, 1986.(WhoE 21) James L. Nuckolls, a lighting designer, teacher and author, died last Thur sday at his home in New York City of complications...Published: August 0 6, 1987 St. Petersburg Times (FL) - August 7, 1987 Deceased Name: JAMES L. NUCKOLLS JAMES L. NUCKOLLS, 49, a lighting designer, teacher and author, died Ju ly 30 in New York City of complications stemming from acquired immune defi ciency syndrome (AIDS). Mr. Nuckolls, who operated a lighting-design consu lting company, had taught for the past 15 years at the Parsons School of D esign. His 1982 book, Interior Lighting for Environmental Designers, is wi dely regarded as a valuable layman's guide. San Francisco Chronicle (CA) - August 6, 1987 Deceased Name: James L. Nuckolls New York James L. Nuckolls, a 49-year-old lighting designer, teacher and author, di ed Thursday of complications stemming from acquired immune deficiency synd rome.Nuckolls, a native of San Francisco, operated a lighting-design consu lting company and had taught for the past 15 years at the Parsons Scho ol of Design.His 1982 book, "Interior Lighting for Environmental Designers ," is widely regarded as a valuable layman's guide.Nuckolls also was a con tributing editor of Interiors magazine and a past president and founding m ember of the International Association of Lighting Designers. New York Times, The (NY) - August 5, 1987 Deceased Name: J.L. Nuckolls Is Dead at 49 An Expert in Lighting Design James L. Nuckolls, a lighting designer, teacher and author, died last Thur sday at his home in Manhattan of complications stemming from acquired immu ne deficiency syndrome. He was 49 years old. Mr. Nuckolls, who operated a lighting-design consulting company, had taug ht for the last 15 years at the Parsons School of Design, where he was dir ector of lighting studies and head of the department's master's program. H is 1982 book, "Interior Lighting for Environmental Designers," widely rega rded as a valuable layman's guide, recently went into its second printing. Mr. Nuckolls, a San Francisco native, was a contributing editor of Interio rs magazine and a past president and founding member of the Internation al Association of Lighting Designers.He was a graduate of the Universi ty of California at Berkeley and received a master's degree in fine arts f rom Carnegie-Mellon University.He is survived by his mother.

[NI970] He was a welder for Cappa Bros., Stockton CA. Him and his wife had no children.

[BI970] From: The Ukiah Tree Tracers Genealogical Society, PO Box 72, Ukiah, CA 95 482,           UTT newsletter, Volume 3, August & November 1974           MENDOCINO COUNTY BIRTHS CONT. James Nuckolls    Male    10/18/1902    Frank Hughes & Mary Catherine Francis Mason        "       11/28/19 04        "        "       "     "   (Nuckolls)

[NI972] Moved to CA in the 1860's where he lived with an Indian girl. They had a daughter named Annie she was born in 1861 in Calif. He was in the Calvary. (undocumented) Now in 1863 the U.S. Calvary rounded up the Indians in northern California and marched them to Covolo, which is Mendocino county. I think Calvin took a second wife. My great-great -grandmother, Mary Ann Clay ( who was Pit River). They had three children. James Calvin Nuckolls 1873-1928, Mary Catherine Nuckolls 7/8/1876-11/15/1944 and Lorenzo Perry Nuckolls 12/2 1/1877-5/21/1959. Of the decendants of  the three children only one male is alive, Alfred Nuckolls ,and he has 3 daughters. Family researchers mestova@hotmail.com (Mary Stovall) LindaNTurk LindaNTurk@aol.com Calvin L Nuckolls is my GGG Grandfather. Story goes he came west from Grayson VA with 3 brothers, they made it to a bar in MO and had a fight, one brother S.F (could be wrong here) got mad at them and said he disowned them and left MO for the west coast. He changed his last name to Nuckols. He was born in 1831 in VA (Source-Ken Johnson)

[DI973] Name: «tab»Cintha Burke Nuckles Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»05 Aug 1952 Event Place: «tab»Kingsport, Sullivan, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab»white Age: «tab»75-4-0 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1877 Birth Date: «tab»4-5-1877 Birthplace: «tab»Va Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Joe Burke Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother: «tab»Emley Issacs Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»housewife Street Address: «tab»Scott Co, VA Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Temple Hill Burial Place: «tab» Castlewood, VA Burial Date: «tab»8/7/1952 Informant: «tab» James H Nuckels Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4181504 Image Number: «tab»1696 Film Number: «tab»2372654 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 19346

[NI974] Ruth was a beautiful girl as a child and young woman.  She had blonde hair and light blue eyes.  Everyone in the small town of Tucker Georgia admired her beauty.  Her heart was won by a dashing young man by the name of Danie l Hopkins.  They fell in love and married during the second World War.  Dan shipped out from San Diego CA and his bride followed him and stayed in the city to work and wait for her husband to return. Ruth loved animals and children.  She had 3 pregnancies but only one ba by to live.  She helped her husband become very successful in the construction business.  Her hobby's were many.  She was a polished ballroom dancer and square dancer.  She was chosen to go to New York to dance with the famous Author Murray dance instructor.  Ruth and Dan also were involved in a car club.  They would buy old cars and refurbish and restore them to their natural beauty. As a member of the local group they would then take them t o different places to be involved in parades and car shows. Ruth loved Christmas and family.  Her grandchildren spent many days with their beloved "Grandma."  She always had time for them and was always ther e for her babies. Ruth had a lot of sadness in her life but still was able to be a wonderful mother, grandmother and friend to me, her daughter-in-law.  She is sorely missed and there isn't a day that goes by that I don't think of her. Written by: Adrian Kee Hopkins; January 2000

[NI975] Ledford Elemanda Nuckolls was the son of Fayette and Flora Nuckolls.  He m arried Rosie Head Purcell in 1916. Ledford registered for the draft of Wor ld War 1 but never went to War.  I found the 1920 Census record that sh ow him living in Tucker GA.  He is 22 yrs. old and is married to Rosie w ho is 27 yrs. old.  His daughter, Flora L. is listed as 12/3 yrs. old. Led ford had many problems in his life.  He got into trouble with police and e ventually Rosie left him.  His two daughters never really knew there fathe r.  He later remarried but Rosie had never given him a divorce.   I m et a lady at the Gwinnett Historical Society and she told me she knew Ledf ord Nuckolls.  She said she remembered him sitting outside the drugsto re in Lawrenceville talking about the old days to his friends on many occa sions. World War 1 draft card Serial 1589 Name:    Ledford Elemander Nuckolls City:    Not Stated County:    DeKalb State:    Georgia Birth Date:    1 Oct 1897 Race:    White Roll:    1557025 DraftBoard:    0 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918        Ledford Elemander N uckolls, RFD#1 Norcroos, Gwinnett Co, GAAge 20 born Oct 1, 1897, farme rWi fe Rosie L Nuckolls, tall med build, brn hair, brn eyes,Spet 12, 1918 Died of a strangulated umbilical Hernia, Respiratory and Heart failure d ue to pneumonia.  Sammons Funeral Home made the arrangements for this fune ral. Name:    Ledford E Nuckolls Death Date:    13 Dec 1964 County of Death:    Fulton Gender:    M Race:    W Age:    67 years County of Residence:    Gwinnett Certificate:    033212

[NI980] Nuckolls, Lester A Age:19Year:1920 Birthplace:TexasRoll: T625_249 Race:WhitePage: 24A State:GeorgiaED: 21 Camp Gordon, US Military Reservation Lester A Nuckolls to the left of his name is written something that LOOKS like "Atlspts,C o, 105 Avon Ave" to the right of his name is written "Civililian ...... ?" white male age 19, says his parents were also born in TX, a horse break er. LISTED IN THE 1920 CENSUS IS MY UNCLE, LESTER A. NUCKOLLS BORN 1901, LIVI NG  AT 105 AVON AVENUE City directories in our library show an E. SMITH at this address in 191 5, but later directories do not show 105 as a house number on Avon Avenu e. The addresses shown are either above or below 105 in numerical order. A lso, there was no LESTER NUCKOLLS or L. Nuckolls in any of the directori es 1912-1929.  If he did move to Dekalb County (Tucker, e.g.) there wou ld be no listing in directories of this period, as this would have been t oo far out of town to be included. Ivan Allen Reference Dept. Atlanta-Fulton Public Library 1 Margaret Mitchell Square Atlanta, GA 30303 Tel:(404) 730-4636; -1900 Fax:(404) 730-1916

[DI981] Name:    Louie A Nuckolls Death Date:    19 Aug 1973 County of Death:    Gwinnett Gender:    M Race:    W Age:    66 years County of Residence:    Gwinnett Certificate:    027445

[NI985] Name:    Biga N Nuckolls Death Date:    25 Aug 1957 County of Death:    Fulton Gender:    M Race:    W Age:    75 years County of Residence:    Gwinnett Certificate:    19178

[NI990] Cornelius Hansell Nuckolls, better known as C.H., was the oldest son of Jo el Thomas and Irana.  He served his county in the Civil War.  December 2 6, 1862: Enlisted in Confederate War, Atl., GA, JC Hendricks' Company, Lee 's Bat. 1864-1865:Transferred to Barrett's Company, Graham's Scouts, Pilgr im's Co. Graham's Scouts, August 1864: Captured but released and not se nt to prison, April 1865,Jackson County GA company disbanded, furlough ed & Lee surrendered.  C.H. was a large man.  He married Rachael Bea rd in September 1862 just before joining the troops to fight for his count y. Together they had seven children. All of the children married and liv ed in Gwinnett and Fulton counties in Georgia. At the death of C.H., Rach el drew a widow's pension on the service of her husband from Gwinnett Coun ty. 1870 Census, GA, Forsyth Co., Sec II, Ch 47, p 420, Chattahoochee List C.H. Nuckolls as head of household, White Male age 26 who is a farm h and.  He lives at Dwelling #929, Family #834. Rachel is a 24 yr. old white female who keeps house. Thomas is 5 yrs. old  (This is Thomas Lafayette) James J. is 2 yrs. old Henry A. is 3 months old 1880 Census, GA, Gwinnett Co., Pinkeyville C.H. Nuckolls is a white male 30 yrs of age who is a farmer. R.A. is his wife, female 30 yrs of age who keeps house. L. son 14 yrs. old J. son 12 yrs. old H.A. son 10 yrs. old M.S. son 8 yrs. old L. daughter 6 yrs. old 1900 Census, Pinkeyville, Gwinnett Co. pg. 7 lists C.H. Nuckolls as head of household, white male, born June 1843 Rachel A. his wife, white female born Feb. 1845 Layfayette son, Dec. 1865 Laura O, daughter, June 1876 Biga N, son, Dec. 1881 Irene E., daughter, Oct 1884 Death Record says he was born in Forsyth GA 1842.  Miss Laura O. Nuckol ls gave the information for the death certificate.  She didn't know her mo ther's maiden name or her birth place or date. August 7, 1919 State of Georgia, Gwinnett County.  LAST WILL AND TESTAME NT OF C H. NUCKOLLS. I C. H. Nuckolls of said state and County being of sound and disposing mi nd and memory do make this my last will and testament. ITEM 1 I wish my executor as soon as possible after may death to pay my debt s.  If a sale of property shall be necessary I wish him to select for sa le that which can be most advantageously used for that purpose; and I auth orize him to sell the same at public or private sale as he may see fit. ITEM 2 I give to my beloved wife, Rachel A. Nucholls, the following property; to- wit:  All the property both real and personal that I may possess or ho ld an interest in at my death to have the use of and to manage for her o wn benefit during her natural life. ITEM 3 I bequeath as follows:  Lot No. 1. On Peachtree road fronting said road o ne hundred and thirty six (136) feet running South in parallel lines wi th J.J. Humphries line for enough to make One (1) acre to Henry A. Nuckoll s. ITEM 4 I bequeath Lot No. 2 fronting Peachtree road One hundred and thirty six (1 36) feet on said Peachtree road and running South parallel with Lot N o. 1 far enough to make One (1) acre to Thos. L. Nuckolls. ITEM 5 I bequeath Lot No. 3 fronting on Peachtree road One Hundred and thirty s ix (136) feet on said Peachtree road and running South parallel with Lot N o. 2 and along the Decatur road far enough to make One (1) acre to Est er I. Stringer. ITEM 6 I bequeath Four (4) acres fronting on Decatur road a sufficient numb er of feet to make Four acres and running parallel with the back lin es of Lots 1, 2 & 3 to J. J. Humphries line to Truman W. Nuckolls. ITEM 7 I bequeath a strip of land fronting on the Decatur road and running East p arallel with Lot No. 6 in the original division and adjoining the plat a l otted to Henry A. Nuckolls. ITEM 8 I bequeath to Thos. L. Nuckolls Three acres fronting on the Decatur road a nd running east parallel with the three acres bequeathed to Henry A. Nucko lls. ITEM 9 I bequeath to Biga N. Nuckolls Four acres, more or less, fronting on the D ecatur road running east parallel with the lot bequeathed to Thos. L. Nuck olls. ITEM 10 I bequeath to Laura O. Nuckolls the home place containing Seven acres. Mo re or less, during her natural life, and at her death the same to go to Es ter I Stringer and her heirs. ITEM 11 I do hereby appoint Laura O. Nuckolls Executrix of this my will and as ext ra compensation give her the sum of One Hundred Dollars. In Testimony whereof, I have set my hand hereto, this Feb 14th 1918. C. H.   X    Nuckolls   (X is his mark) Signed and published by C. H. Nuckolls as his last will and Testament in t he presence of the undersigned who subscribe our names hereto as witness es at the instance and request of said testator and in his presence of ea ch other.  This Feb. 14th, 1918 W. W. Wilson, J.P. W. C. Berry P. W. Summerour This will was filed October 6, 1919 Court House Minutes value his estate at $2,000. Micro Roll #150 Rachel Nuckolls collected a pension for her husband, T. C. H. Nuckolls. (This film showed a first initial of "T") Rachel Nuckolls filed for her husbands pension records in 1919 when he die d.  She was given $100 for 1920 and $125 for 1921.  In 1923 when Rachel di ed, her children applied the $100 she would have drawn that year toward h er funeral expenses.  Affidavit where O.W. Settle sent the request to t he Gwinnett court to G. G. Robinson, court of ordinary. December 26, 1862: Enlisted in Confederate War, Atl., GA, JC Hendricks' Company, Lee's Bat. 1864-1865: Transferred to Barrett's Company, Graham's Scouts, Pilgrim's Co. Graham 's Scouts August 1864: Captured but released and not sent to prison April 1865,Jacks on County GA company disbanded, furloughed & Lee surrendered Name:    C. H. Nuckolls Death Date:    29 Sep 1919 County of Death:    Gwinnett Certificate:    13458-A Georgia Deaths 1914-1927 Name : C.H. Nuckolls Titles : Death date : 29 Sep 1919 Estimated death year : Age at death : 76 years 3 months 16 days Death place : Doraville, Gwinnett, Georgia, United States Birth date : 14 Jun 1842 Estimated birth year : Birth place : Forsyth Co. Gender : Male Marital status : Race (Term on Certificate) : White Race : White Ethnicity : American Spouse name : Spouse titles : Father name : Joell Nuckalls Father titles : Mother name : Mother titles : GSU film number : 2294999 Digital GS number : 4177095 Image number : 00399 Certificate number : 13458

[MI990] (Medical):died at 7:30 P.M.

[NI992] Thomas Lafayette Nuckolls was the oldest son of Cornelius Hansell Nuckol ls and Rachel Beard.  He was called, Fayette, by those who knew him bes t.  He married Flora Warbington on February 20, 1888.  They had eight chil dren together by 1910.  Flora was stuck with Tuberculosis in 1912 and di ed suddenly leaving Fayette with small children to raise.  He was a good f ather to his children.  He never married again after Flora died.  He own ed a good bit of land in Gwinnett county in a little town that today is ca lled Tucker.  I can still see the old chimney to Fayette's house tod ay on the property that was once his home.  At his death the property w as sold and the money divided between his eight children.  He is buried n ot more than a few miles from his old homestead. Will of T.L. Nuckolls 23 Feb 1945 GEORGIA, GWINNETT, COUNTY: I, T.L. Nuckolls, of said county, being of sound and disposing mind and me mory, do make my last will and testament. ITEM 1 It is my will and desire that my body be buried in a Christian like manne r, the place and details of which I leave to my children. ITEM 2 It is my will and desire that all my just debts be paid as soon as practic able after my death. ITEM 3 I will and bequeath and devise all my property, both real and person al of whatever kind and where ever situated to be divided equally amo ng my eight children; if a child should die before I do and leave childr en they shall receive a child's share and if no children survive, my prope rty to be divided equally among the remaining children. ITEM 4 I hereby make my daughters, Mrs. J.R. Rogers and Mrs. G. W. Nash, executo rs of this will, and I relieve them from making any inventory of my proper ty or appraisement, or from giving any bond, and they are required on ly by this will to probate the will, and they are further relieved from ma king any returns of their acts and doings to any court whatever. This the twenty third day of February 1945. T. L. Nuckolls ,  (SEAL) Declared, published, signed and sealed by T. L. Nuckolls as his last wi ll and testament, in the presence of the undersigned as witnesses, he fir st signed in our presence, and we then, at his special instance and reques t, signing in his presence and in the presence of each other. This the twenty third day of February 1945. H.B. Johnson T. O. McDaniel W. B. Smith

[NI993] Virgil Hall Nuckolls died in 1947 and is buried in the Nuckolls Family Pl ot at Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery.  Virgil had suffered with severe sei zures all of his life.

[NI994] Eugene Dolly Nuckolls was a teacher in the Georgia school system for sever al years.  He served in the Pacific realm during World War II. Eugene reti red from a successful Civil Service Career with the Social Security Admini stration. U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Eugene D Nuckolls Birth Year: 1910 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Florida State: Georgia County or City: Forsyth Enlistment Date: 21 Jul 1942 Enlistment State: Georgia Enlistment City: Fort Mcpherson Atlanta Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA Grade: 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) Education: 3 years of college Civil Occupation: Boilermaker Marital Status: Single, with dependents Height: 74 Weight: 144

[NI995] Forsyth County Court House papers show that Joel Thomas Nuckolls Jr. was a ppointed legal guardian over Gabriella Phillips and S.J. Phillips.  He mar ried Gabriella.  He applied for letters of dismission from this responsibi lity when they came of age and was granted a release on January 5, 188 5. F. M. Hawkins Ordinary. Georgia and Jennie were twins.  These twins' nephew, Joel Thomas Nuckoll s, Jr., sent them from California two solid gold watches during the "Go ld Rush"; the second hand moves only four times a minute, instead of sixty . This family lineage from Society Member Carolyn Baker 2604 Nuckolls Rd, Cu mming, GA 30041-5995 770-781-5303 WBaker3@compuserve.com

[NI997] Joel Thomas was the first born son of James Alexander & Anne Burress of V A. He can be found in local church records, land records and military reco rds of Forsyth County Georgia. He married Irana Bryant in 1842 in Forsy th Co and later served in the Civil War in the  GA Inf.,25th Bn, Co E, (Pr ov Guards). Joel and Irana had nine children.  The children married and h ad families and lived in Forsyth County. The family owned land that is n ow under a large lake in the Atlanta Georgia suburbs. This is a man-made l ake and so when the plans were being drawn up the family that has inherit ed this property were paid for the property and was given more land in it 's place. His son, Bryant and his wife lived in the house that was Jo el & Irana's. The descendants still live on this property today. The 1850 Forsyth Census lists Joel's wife as Joanna.  Now, I don't kn ow if Joel married Joanna before Irany Bryant or if Joanna is Irany's oth er name.  I have found no marriage or death record of Joanna Nuckolls. Nuckeols, Joel T. State : GA County : Forsyth Co. Location : 31st District Year : 1850 Page # : 236 Nucholls, J. T. State : GA County : Forsyth Co. Year : 1860 Page # : 485 Census type code : Slave Schedule Nucholls, J. T. State : GA County : Forsyth Co. Location : Cumming P.O. Year : 1860 Page # : 495 1860 Forsyth Co, Cumming GA -pg 495 J T Nucholls 36 GA Irinia 37 GA Colonel H 17 Hugh E A 14 Midelton 12 Nathaniel A 9 Milligan T 6 Joel T 3 1870 Census Nuckolls, J T Sex : M Race : W Age : 46 Born in : GA Town : Chattahoochee Di Microfilm : Roll 150, Page 420 On the 1870 Census record, it show a 20 year old black woman by the na me of Elsie living with the family as a domestic servant.  This was aft er the War Between the States, so she must have been paid. The 1870 Census record also states that Joel owned Real Estate worth $26 00 and his personal property was valued at $800. At this particular tim e, Joel's son, C.H. Nuckolls was living next door.  There is another Nucko lls family living on the other side of Joel and his family.  The Widow, Ma ry J. Nuckolls, who was a black woman with four black children.  There w as also a Buress family next to Mary J. that was also black.   Joel's moth er's maiden name was Buress.  These black families could have at one ti me been servants for the Nuckoll/Buress families.  I have been told that t he black families often took the names of their owners.  I do not know f or sure if this is so. The 1870 census also has Elsie Nuckolls age 20 livi ng in the household In the 1880 Census record, Joel is listed in the Forsyth County Georgia, C hattahoochee Dist., Cumming Post Office.  Joel is 36 years old and Ira ny is 37.  He states his parents were born in Virginia and he doesn't kn ow where Irany's parents were born.  There is a white servant living wi th them named Gussie age 16 years.  The four younger sons is listed with h im. One source said that he was born in Virginia but his military record and t he 1850 census record says he was born in Georgia.  I assume that he kn ew where he was born since he filled out these records..Joel's Family a re always listed in the Forsyth County census records from 1850  thurou gh 1880 in the Chattahoochee District (I haven't checked the 1890 and 19 00 census records yet).  He is also listed as a planter or framer In t he GA State Gazetter in 1886-87 and 1888-89.  So I believe that he lived m ost of his adult life in Forsyth County, GA In 1956 the Corps of Engineers moved some graves from the Nuckolls Fami ly Cemetery to the Bethel Baptist Church about 12 miles W. of Gainesvill e, off Hwy 169 (I think).

[NI998] Name:    Colonel Owen Nuckolls City:    Not Stated  County:    Botetou rt  State:    Virginia Birthplace:    Georgia;United States of America  Birth Date:    22 Feb 18 91 Race:    Caucasian  Roll:    1984212 Colonel Owen Nuckolls res Troutville, VA Age 26 born  Feb 22 1891Atlanta, GA Machinist for W H Raden, Troutville, VA Single, no dependants Med Height, Med build, brn eyes, dk brn hair Signed C O Nuckolls, Juen 5 1917 Troutville, VA U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Colonel Owen Nuckolls Birth Date: 17 Feb 1889 age 53 Residence: Botetourt, Virginia P O Box 74, Troutville Birth: Atlanta, Georgia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 SN:U933 Notify-Stella Katie Nuckolls, same add Emp-Superior & Landis Const Co, Alexandria, VA. Signed C O Nuckolls

[DI998] Rader Funeral Home records Colonel Owens Nuckolls born 2-17-1889 Georgia died 5-2-1958 Troutville, VA 69y married father: Lafayette mother: Unobtainable wife: Katie Moomaw brothers and sisters: Louis Nuckolls, Ledford Nuckols, Mrs G W Nash, Mrs J C Rogers, Mrs E H Cole cemetery: Troutville

[NI999] Listed in the 39th Senatorial District Georgia Militia Enrollment of prese nt Militia Co., Dist. #885 as 19 year old farmer in Forsyth County. Source -Joel Nuckolls Bible. Killed during the Civil War in Juard, AL

[NI1001] Adel and Ruby bought and lived on a farm in the Bethel Community. Ruby con tinued to teach school. Nila Sue Nuckolls was born while they lived on t he farm.  At the time this area of Forsyth County had no paved roads, elec tricity, or telephones. Eventually Ruby and Adel sold this farm and moved to Hall County where Ru by Eva Brown Nuckolls was a teacher in several of the Hall County and Nor th Gwinnett school systems.  They bought another farm on Lights Ferry Ro ad in Flowery Branch, Georgia, where Adel continued to farm the land, rai se poultry, and work as a carpenter.  In 1944 they had another daughter, K aryn Nan Nuckolls.   Cheri Jane Nuckolls was born in 1951.  Ruby Eva Bro wn Nuckolls was an educator for more than 40 years.  After retiring from t he State of Georgia School System, she continued the career she loved by t eaching Adult Basic Education at Lanier Technical School.  Ruby was instru mental in paving the way for many adults to receive a high school equivale ncy diploma. In the late 1940s the United States Corps of Engineers bought the old fami ly farm on the Chattahoochee River, preparing to flood the area with the B uford Dam and create Lake Sidney Lanier.  Nila, Nettie, Birdie, and Joel T homas Nuckolls had to sell the family home place and farm on the ban ks of the Chattahoochee River.  They moved to Flowery Branch, Georgi a, to live next door to the farm owned by their brother, Adel Benton Nucko lls and Ruby Eva Brown Nuckolls, and their three daughters, Nila Sue, Kar yn Nan, and Cheri Jane Nuckolls. Adel was in a school play as a child and played the part of a doctor. Aft er this he was called "Doc" by all his friends and family members. Name:    Adel B Nuckolls Death Date:    13 Dec 1996 County of Death:    Forsyth Gender:    M Race:    W Age:    92 years County of Residence:    Hall Certificate:    054783 Date Filed:    30 Dec 1996

[NI1003] Worked as a Registered Nurse at Downey Hospital, Northeast Georgia Medic al Center, and as a Private Duty Nurse, in Gainesville, Georgia.

[NI1004] I did FINALLY find the family Bible I was looking for.  It was given to Calvin and Mae on Christmas 1917.  Also, I was mistaken about the word "Colonel" being abbreviated.  Now that I look at it again, and using a magnifying glass, it looks as though the Bible was given to them by "Colon el & Katie".  The handwriting is both faded and "artistic", so it is ha rd to read.  You might have more definite info about who Colonel and Kat ie are. Most of the people recorded in the Bible are descendents of Calvin & Ma e, showing marriages, births, deaths, etc.  In other words, just them a nd my mother, brother, and my children (my brother has not married).  Befo re my grandmother died, Mother had her write out the birth and death dat es of her parents and siblings, all of which are James's.  If anyone wants this inf o, I will be glad to provide it, but so far no one on the James side has b een looking for it. Margaret crisler@isone.com (Chuck and Margaret Crisler) Name:    Calvin L Nuckolls Death Date:    14 Apr 1952 County of Death:    Fulton Gender:    M Race:    W Age:    61 years County of Residence:    Fulton Certificate:    8253

[NI1005] 1900 Census has a female Tine? b 9/1881 niece and Joel T nephew, b2/1892 Possibly the Augustus N Nuckles age 57 in 1910 Census Brooks Co, Nanki n, GA pg 2. has a nephew named Owens? age 17 living with him

[DI1007] Name:    Nila Nuckolls Death Date:    04 Feb 1965 County of Death:    Hall Gender:    F Race:    W Age:    71 years County of Residence:    Hall Certificate:    006178

[NI1008] PRIVATE BRYANT ERNEST NUCKOLLS Flowery Branch, Ga. Private Nuckolls entered service September 18th, 1917.  After several mont hs of military training, he was attached to Company "B", 102nd Infantry, A merican Expeditionary Forces, with which unit he embarked for over-seas Ju ne 18th, 1918. Was killed in action in the front line trenches, Septemb er 26th, 1918. THE GEORGIA STATE MEMORIAL BOOK ADOPTED  AS THE OFFICIAL RECORD BY THE MIL ITARY DEPARTMENT STATE OF GEORGIA 1921 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Born 6/14/1895, lives Flowrybranch Ga, single, self employed Atlanta Constitution Aug 27, 1918 Americas Roll of Honor Army Casualty lists. Killed IN Action- Bryant E NUCKOLLS, Flowry Branch, G A Wichita Daily Times Wichita Falls Texas 27 August 1918 Casualties reported by the American Expeditionary Forces- Wounded sever ly B E Nuckolls, Flowery Branch GA

[NI1011] Bryant Nuckolls and Lydia Orr Nuckolls married on December 24, 1889.  Th ey made their home on a farm next to the Chattahoochee River, in the Beth el Community, Forsyth County, Georgia, where they had grown up near Nuckol ls and Orr family members.  Bryant and Lydia had twelve children, three gr andchildren, and three great-grandchildren.  Of the twelve children, ni ne lived to become adults.  The surviving children were Nila, Ernest, Nett ie, Birdie, Virgil, Adel, Tina, Joel and Eugene. It was hard to make a living in those days and around 1909 several membe rs of the Bethel Community moved to Pinetta, Florida.  Bryant, Lydia, a nd their children moved there too.  They moved by train and by mule dra wn wagons, taking cows and chickens with them.  The purpose of this move w as to be further south, and possibly grow two crops per year in a milder c limate.  However, the winter in North Florida was harsh, not milder, a nd in 1910, after giving birth to Eugene Dolly Nuckolls, Lydia Orr Nuckol ls became ill.  She died on September 26 and was buried in an unmarked gra ve at Mt. Horeb Primitive Baptist Church, near Pinetta, Florida. Shortly after losing their mother, the broken hearted family moved ba ck to Forsyth County to be near other Nuckolls and Orr family members, a nd once again live on a Chattahoochee River farm. The older children, Nil a, Ernest, Nettie, and Birdie, cared for the younger children, Virgil, Ade l, Tina, Joel and Eugene.  They were very dependent on each other, livi ng and working closely together on the family farm as a team. Bryant Nuckolls was married a second time to a widow named Mrs. Ellingt on of Alpharetta, Georgia.  She also had a large family of children.  Bo th families were so large that they didn't live together.  Mr. Nuckolls a nd Mrs. Ellington had one son, Curtis Ellington.  This marriage did not wo rk out so they divorced and went their separate ways.  Mrs. Ellington a nd Mr. Nuckolls agreed for Curtis to use the Ellington name.  Bryant Nucko lls moved back to the farm with Lydia's and his children.  Many years late r, Curtis Ellington came to visit his half brothers and sisters.  The rese mblance to his half siblings was remarkable! Bryant Ernest Nuckolls, the oldest son of Bryant and Lydia served in Wor ld War I.  He was killed in France on September 12, 1918.  His body was se nt back home to Georgia where he is interred in the Nuckolls Family Plo t, Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery, Forsyth County, Georgia.  He is also ho nored at the War Memorial in Cumming, Georgia. Bryant Nuckolls died in January 1937 and is interred in the Nuckolls Fami ly Plot, Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery, Forsyth County, Georgia.  Euge ne Dolly Nuckolls, the youngest son of Lydia and Bryant, placed a monume nt to Lydia Orr Nuckolls in the family plot.  Bryant's grave site is ne xt to the monument. In order to get a high school education, the youngest son (Eugene Dolly Nu ckolls) and the youngest daughter (Tina Agnes Nuckolls) of Bryant and Lyd ia Nuckolls, were sent away to the Monroe A & M boarding school, Monroe, G eorgia.  Eugene and Tina graduated with honors.  Eugene went on to the Uni versity of Georgia and received a Masters degree.  Tina became a register ed nurse, training at Erlanger Hospital, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Nila, Nettie, Birdie, Joel, and Eugene Nuckolls are all gone now.  They a re buried in the Nuckolls Family Plot, Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery, For syth County, Georgia, with their father, paternal and maternal grandparent s, and other siblings.  Tina Agnes Nuckolls Hurt and John Morris Hurt a re interred in the Mausoleum, Memorial Park Gardens, Gainesville, Georgi a.  Adel Benton Nuckolls and Ruby Eva Brown Nuckolls died in 1996, and a re interred at the Chattahoochee Baptist Church Cemetery, Flowery Branc h, Georgia.  Adel and Ruby were very active in their church. Adel serv ed as a deacon for many years, and Ruby was very active in Sunday Schoo l, Bible School, and church music. The Bryant Nuckolls families have not been strangers to sadness or happine ss.  They had an intense family support system - surrounded with love f or each other, and their neighbors. Data compiled and biography written by: Nila Sue Nuckolls Gibson Goforth F ebruary 19, 2000

[NI1013] Name Overton Thomas Nuckolls submitted by Bill Kerr wkerr@negia.net Owen was approximately 5 years old when his parents died.  Owen and his sisters were returned to Georgia from Arkansas about this time.  The children were placed with various family members and friends.  Owen and his sister Gus Tina (my grandmother) went to live with Nathaniel August Nuckolls (a bachelor) in Forsyth County, GA. Owen was enrolled in Bethel Public  School in Forsyth County, GA in1902.  He lived in Buford, GA for most of his adult life.  He was a foreman for the Bona Allen Manufacturing Company in Buford, GA.  He married Margaret Crow and they had two daughters, Dorothy Grace and Mildred Irene.  Shortly, after Mildred's birth, her mother died and is interred in the Buford City Cemetery.  He then married Annie Montgomery who cared for both his daughters.  Owen usually signed his name as O. T. Nuckolls on most of the documents which I have found.  He was known to everyone as "Bud" Nuckolls and I knew him as "Uncle Bud". WBaker3@compuserve.com

[DI1013] Name:    Owen T Nuckolls Death Date:    20 Jul 1975 County of Death:    Whitfield Gender:    M Race:    W Age:    82 years County of Residence:    Gwinnett Certificate:    022994

[NI1015] James Alexander Nuckolls had moved his family to Georgia from Virginia by 1830. In the 1830 Census he was located in Hall County living with his wife, Ann Burruss Nuckolls and their eight children, Clarenda, Mary Louisa, Joel Thomas, Harriet E., Lafayette & Alexander, Anna Terry and John Milton. All of these family members were born in Virginia. James Alexander is the son of Thomas and Ann Terry Nuckolls of Louisa County Virginia. Thomas Nuckolls died in 1823. At the time of his death he was a fairly wealthy man who had deeded a good bit of his property to his children. James Alexander sold his property and came to Georgia. The talk a round Virginia was that Georgia had good land to grow crops and feed the family. When James arrived, he quickly acquired some property from the "1832 Gold Lottery Land'.  He was a winner and so settled down to raise a family. Ann and Alexander had three more children in the following years. James G. Lafayette, Virginia and Georgia, knows as the twins. Ann died in 1858 from unknown causes. Alexander had moved to Forsyth County by this time and so she is buried on the land where they used to reside. Alexander never remarried. The Nuckolls family can be found in many records in Forsyth County where t hey lived and played. They were members of several different churches and had a good bit of land. The Nuckolls children lived in several different counties in Georgia. I have found them in Gwinnett, Hall, Cherokee, Muscogee, Catoosa, Whitfield and Forsyth. This family is easy to locate in records because of the unusual name and the fact that they owned land.  They were God-Fearing people and can be found in the church registers where they lived. James Alexander Nuckolls died in Whitfield County in 1875 and is buried alone on property that used to belong to the family. His will can be found in the Court Records of Whitfield County. His descendants today still live in these counties. Some migrated to Alabama and on to the West. The family is a large one. The immigrant ancestor is James Nuckolls who arrived in Virginia by the mid 1600's in New Kent County Virginia. Samuel O. Nuckolls sent a letter to the Lawrenceville Post Office in 1830- 1833 and the letter remained there April 1, 1831. James Alexander began purchasing land in Forsyth County in 1834 (always listed as Alexander with various spellings of Nuckolls. One deed has three different spellings in the same deed!!!) I have confirmed that he owned the following land lots:940,965,936,354,355 ,388, 387, 540, and 1086 in the 14th district 1st section  and I have only gotten through the year 1844. (Source Adrian Hopkins) Plantation Estate in Whitfield County is known as "Dogwood Valley." The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta Georgia 22 July 1894 Grace of Whit Anderson-No one that ever knew him could pass through Nuckollsville without visiting the grave of Whit Anderson......The name of Captian Whitfield Anderson, said Colonel Price, " is indissolubly connected with the history of Nuckollsville, and not Knucklesville as many write it, b ecasue the place was named after a very worthy resident whose name was Nuckolls, whose descendants yet reside in upper Georgia. The early method of fighting indulged in by miners and travelers, "Fist and Skull", induced the spelling of it as Knucklesville. Email 9/2009 «u»kdenney@mindspring.com  «/u»Ken Denney, Atlanta, Ga. Hi there - Adrianne (Kee Kennedy) tells me that you may be able to help me with a project of mine, in which I am trying to identify key landmarks in Sherman's Atlanta Campaign during the Civil War. I am trying to get some information about (James) Alexander Nuckolls, who apparently had a farm which was used as a landmark by a unit of Sherman's Army as it marched through Whitfield County, Ga. Below this message is a partial quote from the Official Records, War of the Rebellion which cites the Nuckolls House.I am wondering if you can tell me two things: 1) One, the exact physical location of Alexander's property, which must have been near Trickum, Ga., on the present-day Old Ringgold Road. 2) Whether Alexander and his family were living on the farm when this unit camped there overnight and whether there is any record of what happened there during that time. I am looking for such details as would flesh out such a report as is found below, putting a face and an identity to these kinds of landmarks. Here's that report - No.206. Reports of Colonel Charles Candy, Sixty- sixth Ohio Infantry, commanding First Brigade, of operations May 2- August 1. HADQRS. FIRST Brigadier , SECOND DIV., 20TH ARMY CORPS. Mill Creek Gap, Ga., May 11, 1864. CAPTAIN: I have the honor to submit the following report of the movements of this brigade, in compliance with instructions, dated headquarters, Second Division, Twentieth Army Corps, Mill Creek Gap, Ga., May 11, 1864. Received marching orders on the night of May 2. May 3, marched from Bridgeport, Ala, to Shellmound; distance, six miles. May 4, marched from Shellmound to eastern foot of Lookout Mountain; distance,nineteen miles. may 5, marched from eastern foot of Lookout Mountain to Post Oak Church; distance, twenty miles.May 6, marched from Post Oak Church to Pea Vine Church; distance, five miles. May 7, marched from Pea Vine Church to Nuckles' house, Whitfield County, Ga., distance, twenty miles. May 8, broke camp at Nuckles' house about 9 a. m. and marched for this point (Mill Creek Gap), arriving about 2 p.m. was ordered to form line in rear of Second Brigade, and to support them in the taking of the gap. On arriving at the foot of Chattoogata Mountain (opposite Mill Creek Gap) ... «u»This may help in response to the Union troops in Dogwood Valley where the Nuckolls home was located. «/u» "Dr. Anderson lived in a two story house near Dunagan Church which was headquarters of «b»Joseph Hooker, commanding officer of the 20th AC USA troops which defended the section between Mill Creek Gap«/b» «b»and Villanow, May 7-9, 1864«/b». Hooker had one camp at the Anderson house and one at the Thornton place (my family) approximately one mile south. More definitely identified, the camp was located at the place later known as the Callaway place east of Gordon Springs. Dr. Anderson's house was used as a hospital for injured or sick soldiers. Some have said the Anderson house was once the site of the Trickum Post Office and was called Anderson Post Office. The post office was moved back to Trickum. Reference "The Story of Dogwood Valley by Sybil Tate 1994" The Story of Dogwood Valley, 205 pages is not indexed. I have never seen anything about the Union troops staying at Alexander Nuckolls home but would be most interested if that be the case. Sybil's book is very interesting, she spent years of research before starting this work. In fact, she is the one that told me where Alexander Nuckolls was buried, she lived within walking distance to his grave. Her husband was related to Alexander. This Dr. Anderson is probably the one that was in attendance to my Grandfather, Alexander Nuckolls at his demise in 1875. I have finally completed the fourth book on the 41st. GA Stallings letters, what a chore but loved every minute. Best regards, Reita I am much obliged for the detailed information. In case you are interested, I have created an attached a reference map showing the "Nuckol's Mill" property as it appears in the Atlas for the Official Records, compared to an image I took from Google Earth showing where the property was in reference to some of the landmarks shown in the Atlas map. If the Atlas map is accurate (and it is hard to say) the property would be on the East Chickamauga River at the approximate coordinates of 34°46'29.00"N, 85° 4'36.82"W. This is within Whitfield County District 27 as referenced in the will. The Atlas maps are highly unreliable in terms of showing actual relationships in terms of distance, etc. But if the Nickols property did include a mill, it certainly was on a water stream and the only one in the vicinity is the Chickamauga.  I am very interested in the information Ms. Childers has regarding the loction of the actual house, which appears to be different from this mill (not surprisingly considering the large amount of land Nickolls had). Please ask her to send me that information so that I can accurately record it as I have all my other landmarks. You may be interested to know that by an extraordinary coincidence, the George Fricks mentioned in your document on Page 3 may be associated in some way with the "George Frix" referenced in both the "Official Records" and on a historical marker at the site of the Battle of Lays Ferry, near Resaca, Ga., one of the first major battles of the Atlanta Campaign. You can view that marker at this site:http://www.hmdb.org/marker.asp?marker=13865 I have placed the site of his house at approximately 34°31'1.90"N, 84°59'35.47"WBTW, you can view these locations on Google Maps by simply going to maps.google.com and pasting those coordinates into the search bar.Thank you so much for your information - Ken Denney After I sent you the C.W. Information I remembered I had researched the LL of the property where Alexander is buried. As far as I can tell from some Deeds of Whitfield Co. his grave appears to be located in the corner of lots 164 and 197. The Nuckolls house, I was told by Sybil Tate, was across the Old Ringgold Road from the grave and if that is so it would more than likely be on the corner of LL 165 and 196. Reita

[HI1015] (Research):New and Complete Gazetteer of the U.S. (1854), p.106 BIG CREEK, a post-village of Forsyth County, Georgia, 10 miles S. W. fr om Cumming. New and Complete Gazetteer of the U.S. (1854), p.256 COAL MOUNTAIN, a post-office of Forsyth County, Georgia. New and Complete Gazetteer of the U.S. (1854), p.297 CUMMING, a pleasant post-village, capital of Forsyth County, Georgia, on V ickery's creek, 109 miles N.W. from Milledgeville. It has a healthy situat ion, and is surrounded by beautiful scenery. Sawney's mountain, abo ut 2 ½ miles from the village, contains rich gold mines. Cumming has 2 chu rches, 2 schools, and 2 hotels.

[DI1015] ALEXANDER NUCKOLLS WILL State of Georgia Whitfield County In the name of GOD amen. I, Alexander Nuckolls being of sound mind and disposing memory and being d esirous to settle my worldly matters while I have strength do make and pub lish this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all wills by me here tofore made. Item 1st My soul I commend to God who gave it , my body I direct to be bur ied in a decent and Christian like manner suitable to my condition in life . Item 2nd I direct that all my just debts be paid by my Executor's herein a fter names. Item 3rd  I desire that my property to be equally divided between my child ren share and share alike, to wit, to my son Joel T. Nuckolls, I desire th at he have the North halves of lots Nos. two hundred and thirty and two hu ndred and thirty one. Item 4th  To my son  A. B. Nuckolls, I desire that he have the South halv es of lots Nos. two hundred and thirty and two hundred and thirty one. Item 5th To my daughter, Louisa Thornton, I desire that she have one hundr ed acres of lots Nos. two hundred and forty and two hundred and forty on e, the same being on the North side of said lots of land. Item 6th  To my daughter Harriett Tate, I desire that she have one hundr ed acres of lots of land Nos. Two hundred and forty and two hundred and fo rty one, the same being in the middle of said lots of land between the por tion given to Louisa Thornton and Georgia E. Bell. Item 7th  To my son, John M. Nuckolls, I desire that he have thirty acr es of land, No. two hundred hundred and seventy seven divided as follow s:  Commencing at the south west corner of said lot and running seventy ei ght and a half rods North, thence due East sixty rods, then due South seve nty eight and a half rods to the original lines, also sixty acres of lot N o. Three hundred , being sixty rods on the West side of said lot of lan d,  and also eight acres of lot No. two hundred and ninety nine. Item 8th  To my daughter Virginia E. Graham, I desire that she have for ty eight acres of lot of land two hundred and seventy seven, commenci ng at the South East corner running North; seventy eight and a half rod s;  thence due West one hundred rods; thence South seventy eight and a ha lf rods to the original line.  Also, one hundred acres of lot No. three hu ndred being one hundred rods of the East side of said lot of land; also ei ght acres of lot of land No. three hundred, and one; all of Said land bei ng in the twenty seventh district and third section of said county and sta te aforesaid. Item 9th  I direct that the written described land be adhered to by my sev eral children and that each one be made equal so that each one share an eq ual share of my property. Item 10th  I direct and appoint John McGlure, J.H. Harlan and Jas. T. De ck to set the value of said parcels of land to each one of my children a nd to locate the boundary lines:  Said children is just to have said la nd at the valuation fixed by said men, each one to pay or received as t he case may be. Item 11th  To my grandson A.W. Frix, I give and bequeath sixty acres of la nd on lot No. two hundred and seventy seven the same being on the North si de of said lot of land joining H.C. Puryear. Item 12th  I appoint my daughter Georgia E. Bell Guardian for my grand s on A.W. Frix to take charge of said land and manage it for said A.W. Fr ix but not to sell or trade it in any way until the said A.W. Frix is twen ty one years of age.  Should the said A.W. Frix die before he is twenty o ne years of age said land is to return and be a part of estate. Item 13th  My daughter Georgia E. Bell having received ninety five acr es of land of my estate is to be counted to her at one thousand dollars th at she has received of my estate. Item 14th  My son, J.G.L. Nuckolls being dead that his one share of my est ate be equally divided between his three children to wit Molly, Mattie a nd Lucy Nuckolls. Item 15th  My daughter A.T. Bates being dead, I direct that her one sha re of my estate be equally divided between her three children to wit J.L ., N.B. and Barbary Bates. Item 16th  My daughter Clarinda Thornton being dead I direct that her o ne share of my estate be equally divided between her several children or g randchildren as the case my be. Item 17th  I direct that my personal property be sold by my Executors here in after  named and with the proceeds and with what money I may disposess ed of, notes & c, be so divided as to amake all my children equal in my es tate. Item 18th  I appoint my son, A. B. Nuckolls and my friends John McClure a nd James T. Deck my executors to this my last will and testament. In testimony were of I have said, Alexander Nuckolls have here unto set h is hand and seal.  This September 16, 1875 Signed Alexander Nuckolls Signed, sealed and declared in presend by the afore named, Alexander Nucko lls as his last will and Testament in the presence of us who at this reque st in presence of each other have subscribed our name as witness's hereto: H. C. Purgons H. W. Sarrett M. A. Reed The above will was probated in common form at October 1875 Supplement of Final Return of James T. Deck Exe. Of A. Nuckolls eced. Among the returns are some interesting items: Paid $30.00 for coffin Funeral Service $10.00 After all was said and done there was $2700.00 dollars to be equally divid ed between the heirs of the estate. $4482.11 was accessed as being received into the estate. Items Vouchered: Pitcher $1.00 Clock $7.50 Bunch of Cotton $1.75 Nails $1.50 Stock Powders .50 Cash for Mackeral $2.25 1 pair suspender .60 1 Brass Kettle $2.00 42% yrd.s Shirting $4.75 1 cake of soap $.25 and various other things!

[XI1015] Through the Whitfield Historical Society today, I found Reita Childers.  She has pictures of Alexander's grave and that is located on a plot of land by itself. His resting place is across the street from where his home was supposed to be.  He owned over 1,000 acres of land in Georgia when he died.

[NI1017] Name appears in 3 sources as Thomas Lafayette Nuckolls. (First Virginia Nuckolls page 45, Adiran Hopkins research, and Ardath Edwards (deceased) research). It would seem that Bertha Nuckolls listed this name incorrectly and others just followed) However census records, marriage reocrds and tombstone records indicate his name was Lafayette W Nuckolls.

[NI1018] Missing in Civil War

[NI1019] Anonymous Author Official history of Whitfield County, Georgia Dalton, Ga.: Printed by the A.J. Showalter Co., 1936, 247  pgs. Pg 111 Among pastors of Poplar Springs were A B Nuckols..... The Daily Constitution Atlanta Georgia 08 July 1880 New Forsyth is for Colquitt-Motion by Rev A B Nuckolls The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta Georgia 13 October 1882 Levied on as the property of A B Nuckolls to satisfy a tax  in favor of t he city of Atlanta against said Nuckolls for city taxes for the year 1882 The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta  Georgia  12 December 1883 Cumming Ga Cla rion-There is a chinquepin tree in the yard of Mr J M Nuckolls, broth er of Rev A B Nuckolls, near Trickum, Whitfield County, which measures abo ut 27 feet around. It produces a large crop of good size chinquepins eve ry year. The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta Georgia 20 February 1888 Rusk-Pickett Race-Leroy Edmondson and Rev A B Nuckolls are also spok en of and may be in the race. The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta Georgia 05 July 1888 Forsyth County for Lester-Dr Ansel Strickland and Rev A B Nuckolls were ch osen delegates The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta Georgia 15 August 1888 Two Congressmen Nominated-A B Nuckolls seconded the nomination

[NI1020] Georgia and Jennie were twins.  These twins' nephew, Joel Thomas Nuckoll s, Jr., sent them from California two solid gold watches during the "Go ld Rush"; the second hand moves only four times a minute, instead of sixty . Georgia and son Alex  are living with Alexander Nuckolls her father in Cum mings, Forsyth Co., Ga. Aug. 2, 1860 census. By 1870 Census of Whitfield County GA Georgia and her son Alexander Frix are still living with her father, Alexa nder Nuckolls on the 11th day of August 1870 Tunnel Hill, GA. Cemetery Inscriptions of Montgomery County (1986) Black Springs Location: North of Black Springs about one-half mile near church.  The Bla ck Springs Cemetery is composed of two parts, the old Baptist Cemete ry on the left of the road and the old Methodist Cemetery on the right. TOMBSTONE READS Bell, Georgie E. Jan 5, 1838 - May 19, 1903 wife of W.O. Bell STATE OF ARKANSAS MONTGOMERY COUNTY In consideration of the sum of six hundred dollars to us in hand pai d, We GEORGIA E. BELL, JAMES L. BELL of Hubbard, Texas, NUCHOLLS BELL, SAM UEL T. BELL and JOEL A. BELL of said State and County and A.W. FRIX of Bro wn County State of Texas do grant, bargain, sell and convey unto E.P. PANG LE of the State of Georgia and County of Whitfield the following ract or p acel of land. The same being ninety-five acres of land off the south side of lots numb er one hundred and forty and one hundred and forty­one. Said strip of la nd being fifty rods wide, reserving five acres in the southwest corn er of lot number one hundred and forty-Oone previously sold. The said E. P. Pangle to have and to hold said land forever in fee simple with all t he rights, members and appurtenances in any way belonging to the same. We warrant and defend the title unto the said E.P. Pangle his heirs Execut ors and Administrators against the lawful claims of all persons whomsoeve r. In testimoney whereof we hereto set our hands and affix our seals th is 28th day of November, 1899. Signed, sealed and delivered. GEORGIA E. BELL J.L. BELL signed a single ackowledgement in Hill County, State of Texa s, on December 22, 1899. A.W. FRIX signed an ackowledgement in Brown County, State of Texas on Dece mber 11, 1899. There are other signatures on the original deed which are missing on my xe roxed copy but would be available in the County Court House, Whitfield Cou nty,Dalton, GA.

[NI1021] The obituary notice of Virginia and her son Freddie were in the "Walker Co unty Marriage and obituary by Griffin. They did not die in Walker Co. TX. Georgia and Jennie were twins.  These twins' nephew, Joel Thomas Nuckoll s, Jr., sent them from California two solid gold watches during the "Go ld Rush"; the second hand moves only four times a minute, instead of sixty .

[NI1022] Harriet inherited 100 acres from her father in "Dogwood Valley" in Whitfie ld County Georgia. She in turn gave her eldest son, Alexander Milton Tat e, whose descendents still own the land. This family info from SandraF103@aol.com

[NI1024] Early Descendants of William Overton & Elizabeth Waters of Virgin ia by W P Anderson, Cincinnati, OH 1938 pg- Robert Harris (d 1799 Louise Co W B 4 Pg109-MHH) lived near Little River in Louisa, m about 1775 Mezapina (1) Walton will prob Sept 1811 (d u of John Walton of Hanover). Issue: Benj Harris Amelia Harris m Duke Cosby Martha Burnett Harris b 10/12/1782 m Ricahrd Mantlo Joseph Harris Richard Harris m Miss Nuckolls Robert Harris Thomas Harris Nancy Rice Harris (1) B.B. "j" pg80 Dec 8, 1800. Deed between Richard Nuckolls of Tennessee and his attorney William Cook, to Mezzipina, "widow and relect of Robert Harris, dec'd" and the said Amelia, wife of Duke Cosby, Benjamin Harris, Robert Harris, Martha Burnett, wife of Richard Mantlo, Joseph, Thomas, Richard, Nancy Rice Harris, all children and distributees of said Robe rt Harris, land on Little River N & S side of Beach Branch. Richard Nuckolls had sold this land to Robert Harris but never deeded it. His mother, Kiziah Nuckolls had resided there. Louisa Co, VA Court notes by my sister, J essie Penfleton Spencer-JSA

[NI1026] ON 1864 list of Taxpayers with George B Nuckolls is an I M Nuckolls, relationship not known. V15-29 is a ref to George B.   "Inventory of the Overton Papers Mar 1835. Geo[rge] B. Nuckall[?], Hall Co. Georgia to Thomas Claybrooke,  herryville, Haywood Co., West Tennessee. Has seen good land. ALS 2 pp." Mrs. Whitman Till writes in her papers that George Bias Nuckolls, a lawy r,  left VA after his mother's death in 1833.  She states that he c me to Gainesville GA.  The land extract above proves he was in Georgia In the GA Journal Newspaper Book Genealogical Abstracts from the GA Journal (Milledgeville) Newspaper, 1809-1840 Volume Five, 1836-1840 By Fred R. and Emilie K. Hartz DISSOLUTION. The co partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned is, by mut al consent, this day dissolved...etc.... (signed) John Johnson, Nathan el Nuckolls, George B. Nuckolls, Columbus, Ga Thursday, March 1, 1838 (copy on file) Proof that George was in Georgia for a short time! In the GA Journal Newspaper Book Genealogical Abstracts from the GA Journal (Milledgeville) Newspaper, 1809-1840 Volume Five, 1836-1840 By Fred R. and Emilie K. Hartz   "Marriage, Death and Legal Notices from     Early Alabama Newspapers  1819 - 1893"     Compiled by Pauline Jones Gandrud     Copyright 1981 by:  The Rev. Silas Emmett Lucas, Jr.     Published by Southern Historical Press     % The Rev. S. Emmett Lucas, Jr.     P. O. Box 738     Easley, South Carolina  29640     ISBN 0-89308-209-0 List of Post Offices in Alabama, Postmaster and distance from Tuscaloosa Macon County, Auborn, George B. NUCKOLLS, 180 The Democratic Gazette & Flag of the Union -- 1837-1844 -- Published at Tuscaloosa, Ala. -- Samuel A. Hale, editor July 5, 1843 -- Page 194 Nuckels, G. B. State : AL County : Macon Co. Year : 1840  Page # : 026 Nuckolls, George B. State : AL County : Macon Co. Location : Dist. 21 Year : 1850  Page # : 951 Census type code : Slave Schedule Nuckolls, George B. State : AL County : Macon Co. Location : Dist. 21 Year : 1850  Page # : 953 Census type code : Slave Schedule 1850 Census of Macon Co. AL, taken Dec. 12, 1850 George B. Nuckolls was living at #1066 household 45 Male , Farmer $2500 for Real Estate value Jane. E. 24 female Rolet N. 14 born Georgia David 21 m Student, born Georgia Susannah  12 Female, born Georgia Otilia 10 Female, born Alabama Virginia 8, born Alabama George T. 5 male, born Alabama Buenna 2 female, born Alabama William T. 5 mos. old male, born Alabama Elijah Dillisa (?) 37 male Farmer, Georgia Mary G. Nuckols 58 Female born in Va (His unmarried Sister is living wi th him) Note:  No G. N. Nuckolls was listed in the household.  G.N. would have been 11 or 12.  I find that odd! Nuckols, George B. State : ALCounty : Macon Co.Year : 1855Page # : 006 Macon County, AL 1855 State Census: This records: white males under 21 (wm-21), white males over 21 (wm+21), white females under 21 (wf-21), white females over 21 wf+21) total white, number of slaves and total of all. Page 6, line 6 George B. Nuckolls wm-21 4, wm+21 1, wf-21 4, wf+21 2,  (This accounts for Mary living with him) total white 11, slaves 26, Total 37. Mrs. Whitman Till writes in her papers that George Bias Nuckolls, a lawyer,  left VA after his mother's death in 1833. Next, he moves to Tuskegee, Macon Co. AL. He served as Sheriff here. He stayed here at least through the Census of 1850. He then moves to Bossier Parrish, LA before the 1860 Census. 4/2/1860 Webster Co LA Land        Natchitoches Land Office 282.34 acres        Document Nr.: 13760         Accession/Serial Nr.: LA0690__.348         BLM Serial Nr.: LA NO S/N         E½SW 3/ 20-N 10-W No Louisiana LA Webster        W½SE 3/ 20-N 10-W No Louisiana LA Webster        E½SW 2/ 20-N 10-W No Louisiana LA Webster        SWSW 2/ 20-N 10-W No Louisiana LA Webster 6/1/1860 Webster co, LA Natchitoches Land Office 39.98 acres        Document Nr.: 14421         Accession/Serial Nr.: LA0700__.432         BLM Serial Nr.: LA NO S/N         SESW 35/ 21-N 10-W No 1860 Census of LA He then moves to Bossier Parrish, LA. Nuckalls, G. B. State : LA County : Bossier Par. Location : Bellevue P. O. Year : 1860 Page # : 766 Household # 573 G. B. Nuckolls 55 male born VA Planter with Real Estate worth $11,000 and a personal worth of $53,760 Jane E. is 42 born VA G. N. 21 Male-Law student born AL V. A.  18 Female -Living with father born AL Thomas 16 Male- A student in school born AL B.V. 14 Female born AL William 10 Male born Al Tilmen 6 Male born AL Charles 4 months born LA  (Twin) John 4 months born LA (Twin) Robert 30 Male Overseer born VA Mary was not listed.  She either stayed behind in Al or died.  I don't know which George wrote a letter in Oct. 1860 to a man asking him to become his overseer.   In this letter he explains that his health is good but that last Spring, he fell and he has pain in his left side which has left him almo st an invalid.   Even though the 1860 Census lists Robert Nuckolls as an overseer, he was a Dr. and probably had moved on to ply his trade if his father was seeking help. Also, his daughter's husband, Dr. Albert G. Harper, was a coroner and Doctor.  I would imagine that he tended to George in his illness. At first I was confused by these records, later when I found out that George died in Webster Parish LA, it made sense.  Webster Parish was taken from Bossier Parish in 1871.  Hence the listing of these properties being the same.  When I got the copy of his patent, they only sent me the oldest record, Bossier Parish.  The clue was right under my nose and I didn't even realize it. It certainly gives credibility to "Harper Family Book." Section*Township*Range*Date*Description*Name*Payment 2*20N*10W*Dec 06 1858*E1/2/SW1/4*Nuckoles, George B*Purchase 2*20N*10W*Dec 06 1858*SW1/4/SW1/4*Nuckoles, George B*Purchase 3*20N*10W*Dec 06 1858*E1/2/SW1/4*Nuckoles, George B*Purchase 3*20N*10W*Dec 06 1858*W1/2/SE1/4*Nuckoles, George B*Purchase 35*21N*10W*Mar 02 1859*SE1/4/SW1/4*Nuckolls, George B*Purchase The eastern 1/3 of Bossier parish was taken in 1871 to form the western po rtion of Webster. The old dividing line between Webster and Claiborne w as Dorcheat Bayou. The new dividing line between Bossier and Webster is (f rom the south) Bistineau Lake up to the top of section 16. From Townshi ps 17 through 20 the new boundary is the 10/11 Range line. From townships 21 to the state line the dividing boundary is the Bodcau Bayou. So, anything that was in Bossier Parish from 1843 to 1871 that was east of this line and west of Dorcheat Bayou is now in Webster Parish. (i.e. The Docume nt #13760, the SW/SW of Section 2, Township 20, Range 10 was in Bossier Pa rish from 1843 - 1871 and then went into Webster. In fact, all 10 west entries would have also been that way.) Quotes from the "Harper Family History". George Bias Nuckolls born 25 Sept. 1805, Louisa County, VA. He was a lawyer, married twice - Myra and Jane Boxley. "George Bias Nuckolls and Jane Boxley Nuckolls (both died intestate in t he Parish of Webster) about 1865.  When the Nuckolls property near Cotton Valley and Couchwood was sold, either by design or error, ___ the 40 ac re track known as the hog lot was left out of the deed.  It was never disc overed until the five shallow oil wells were discovered - An effort was ma de to lease the property.  This failed because some of the Nuckolls heirs who lived far away wanted too great an amount and of course no one g ot anything.  About 15 years later, in the late 30's deep oil was discover ed. The distant relatives were not consulted but rather a suit was broug ht to divide the property - The resulting judgement lists the heirs of G. B. Nuckolls." "Later a producing oil well was brought in on the property a nd the Nuckolls heirs have been drawing royalty since 1939". An effort by an oil company to lease the property at that time,and which was during the lifetime of my grandmother, Mrs. Letia Nuckolls Harper, failed because some of the Nuckolls heirs who lived far away in other States wanted as much as Ten Thousand Dollars for a lease on their small interest, and of course, no one got anything.  About fifteen years later, in the latter part of the thirties, deep oil was discover ed in the Cotton Valley field, so this time we didn't ask these distant cousins, instead we brought suit for a partition of the property by litigation, or sale.  This time our efforts were successful, and we were able to lease the land, but of course, too late to help my grandmother who died in 1925.  Because this suit and the resultant judgment lists the heirs of G. B. Nuckolls, and because it is an interesting episode in the family history, I have included the petition filed and judgement obtained which follows: To The Honorable J.F. McInnis, Judge of the Twenty-Sixth Judicial Distri ct Court in and for the Parish of Webster, Louisiana: The petition of Miss Ermine Harper, a resident of the Parish of Caddo, Louisiana, with respect represents: 1.     That George Bias Nuckolls, her grandfather, and Jane Nuckolls, her grandmother, died intestate in the Parish of Webster, the parish of their last domicile, about the year 1865, leaving as their sole heirs at law, Odie M. Nuckolls, who later married a Mr. Griffin, Geraldine Nuckolls, married to A.G. Harper, Virginia Nuckolls, married to a Mr.Wasson, Letia Nuckolls, second wife of A.G. Harper and William Nuckolls, all of whom are issue of their marriage, and all of whom are dead. 2.    That by a previous marriage the said George Bias Nuckolls had a son whose name was Robert Nuckolls, and who was born prior to the year 1836, and who hasn't been heard from since about the year 1865. 3.    That Mrs. Odie N. Griffin left as her sole heirs at law David Griffin, Mrs. Nona G. McDade and Mrs. Pearl Riggs.  The first two of whom are dead. 3-A.  That at the death of David Griffin, he left as his sole heir at law Ida G. Prudhomme, now deceased, John R. Griffin, Fort Griffin, Maryell is Griffin, Doris Griffin and Kathleen Griffin. 3-B.  That at the death of Mrs. Ida G. Prudhomme she left one heir at law, Leah Prudhomme. 3-C.  That at the death of Mrs. Nona G. McDade, she left two heirs at law, namely Griffin McDade and Eugene McDada. 4.    That at the death of Mrs. Geraldine Harper, she left as her sole heirs at law Dr. Georgia A. Harper, Mrs. Anna Harper Ogilvie and J.D. Harper, now deceased. 4.A.  That at the death of J.D. Harper, he left as his sole heirs at law Mrs. Lena M. Hicks, Colquitt Harper, Rollins Harper and Ettie Neal Harper. 5.    That at the death of Mrs. Virginia Wasson, she left as her sole heirs at law Mrs. Gussie Dawson and Mrs. Emily Davis, now deceased. 5-A.  That at the death of Mrs. Emily Davis, she left as her sole heirs at law Mrs. Norma D. Day, Jim Davis, Charles Davis, Fort Davis and Mrs. Nell D. Spinks. 6.    That at the death of Mrs. Letia Harper, she left as her sole heirs at law Mrs. Shirley Stephens, Miss Ermine Harper, S.B. Harper, A.G. Harper, Terry N. Harper and Harry E. Harper. 7.    That at the death of Mr. Willaim Nuckolls, he left as his sole heir at law Mr. Douglas Nuckolls, Gladden Nuckolls, now deceased, and Mrs. Mary W. Leggett. 7-A.  That at the death of Gladden Nuckolls, he left a minor child, now deceased, whose name is unknown to your petitioner, and that Mrs. Gladden Nuckolls is the sole heir of said child, an heir by representation of the said Gladden Nuckolls, deceased. 8.   That the said George Bias Nuckolls and his wife, Mrs. Jane Nuckolls, were the owners at their death of a certain forty (40) acre tract of la nd located in the Parish of Webster described as Southeast Quarter (SE 1/ 4) of Southwest Quarter (SW 1/4) of Section 35, Township 21 North, Range 10 Wes t, which belonged to the communtity existing between them, and which now appears to be the only property left by either of them at their death. 9.   That the respective heirs, now living as shown in the above paragraphs, are the owners of said forty (40) acre tract of land, and should be recognized as such and sent into the possession thereof as owners. 10.  That no inheritance tax is due by said estate for the reason that the owners thereof died long prior to the passing of the inheritance tax law and for the further reason that the property does not have such value as would entitle them to owe any inheritance tax thereon, and petitioner desires that the rule to show cause why no inheritance tax is due by said estate be dispensed with. WHEREFORE, petitioner prays that the living heirs, as shown by this petition, be recognized as the sole heirs at law of George Bias Nuckolls and Ja ne Nuckolls, deceased; that they be sent into the possession as owners of the Southeast Quarter (SE 1/4) of the Southwest Quarter (SW 1/ 4) of Section 35, Township 21 North, Range 10 West, in the following propo rtions, to-wit: Robert Nuckolls One-eleventh Mrs. Pearl Riggs     Two-thirty-thirds Leah Prudhomme One-Ninety-ninth John R. Griffin One-Ninety-ninth Fort Griffin One-Ninety-ninth Mary Ellis Griffin   One-Ninety-ninth Doris Griffin        One-Ninety-ninth Kathleen Griffin     One-Ninety-ninth Grinnin McDade       One-thirty-third Dr A.G. Harper       Two-thirty-thirds Anna H. Ofilvie      Two-thirty-thirds Lena M. Hicks        One-sixty-sixth Colquitt Harper      One-sixty-sixth Rollins Harper       One-sixty-sixth Ettie Neal Harper    One-sixty-sixth Mrs. Gussie Dawson   One-eleventh Mrs. Norma G. Day    One-fifty-fifth Mr. Jim Davis        One-fifty-fifth Mr. Charles Davis    One-fifty-fifth Mr. Ford Davis       One-fifty-fifth Mrs. Nell D. Spinks  One-fifty-fifth Mrs. Shirley Stephens One-thirty-third Miss Ermine Harper    One-thirty-third Mr. S.B. Harper       One-thirty-third Mr. A.G. Harper       One-thirty-third Terry N. Harper       One-thirty-third Harry E. Harper       One-thirty-third Mr. Douglas Nuckolls  Two-thirty-thirds Mrs. Gladden Nuckolls Two-thirty-thirds Mrs. Mary W. Leggett  Two-thirty-thirds that the rule to show cause why no inheritance tax is due by said esta te be dispensed with, and that no inheritance tax be declared to be due, a nd for all other orders and decrees and for costs and general relief. Stephens & Stephens Attorney for Petitioner State of Louisiana Parish of Red River Before, me the undersigned authority, personally came and appeared Miss Ermine Harper, who being by me first duly sworn deposes and says; That she h as read the above and foregoing petition, and that all the facts set forth and allegations made therein are true and correct. Ermine Harper Sworn to and subscribed before me on this the 18th day of September, 1936 J.F. Stephens, Notary Public Bossier Parish History Bossier Parish was created on Feb. 24, 1843, through Act 33 of the Louisia na legislature, signed into law by Gov. Alexandre Mouton. The parish was p resumably named for the Louisiana Creole militia general Pierre Evariste J ean Baptiste Bossier. He was born at Natchitoches (pronounced NAK-oh-tus h) on March 22, 1797 and died under mysterious circumstances on April 2 4, 1844.      The parish was formed from Claiborne Parish. Until 1871, it includ ed what are now  Webster and Red River parishes. Its boundaries were origi nally Loggy Bayou to Lake Bistineau to Bayou Dorcheat to the Arkansas-Loui siana state line to the Red River back to the mouth of Loggy Bayou.      The first parish officials, all appointed by Governor Mouton, were Wi lliam K. Beck, Parish Judge; Robert B. Lowrey, Sheriff; R.H. Hodges, Surve yor; H.M. McFarland, Coroner; and John M. Lawdridge, C. Wallace, William C rowley and J.S.M. Lowery, Justices of the Peace. They were appointed Mar ch 9, 1843. The first parish courthouse was at Bellevue and was bui lt by A. Kendall. The first parish Police Jury meeting (akin to a boa rd of county commissioners) was held on June 19, 1843. The first police ju rors were William Crowley, President; J.A.W. Lowery, Clerk; James C. Scot t, Clerk (through Sept. 4); G.J. Williams; Joseph Graham; William M. Burn s; and Isaac Lay. Their first meeting was held at the home of Ezekial Calh oun Long, believed to be near the site of the 1920s-vintage Durden log ho me on the Bodcau preserve.      The earliest towns and settlements in Bossier Parish were Fillmore, C ollinsburg (also called Plainville), Bellevue, Rocky Mount and Red Land. R ocky Mount is site of the earliest church, the Salem Baptist Church. Red L and received the first official post office, however, on Oct. 20, 1846, wi th Jerome B. Mading as postmaster. The last traces of the village burn ed on Sept. 18, 1890.      ((Source: "Bossier Parish History, 1843-1993, The First 150 Years ," by Clifton Cardin. LOC No. 93-072080, ISBN 0-9637507-0-4 (softcover) a nd ISBN  0-9637507-1-2 (hardcover)). Cardin is the official (appointed) Bo ssier Parish Historian and gladly answers queries. George B. Nuckoles is listed with Township 20 Range 10Section 2 of th la nd records.  He is also nearby again in Section E with two purchases.  Bo th were purchased.  He bought the first 2 on Dec 6th 1858, and the oth er 2 the same date. His neighbors were the following and I would try to find them as he is pro bably nearby.  These are from the book The First Land Buyers in Bossier -C laibornie Parishes , Louisiana up until the Civil War ny Bill O' Danie l. As Bossier Parish was divided up about that time frame in that pa rt of Bossier as he was near the Alabama settlement I believe as he was ne ar all our families. There are still Nuckoles (spelled several ways) there.  I have several boo ks of cemetery records etc and there are marriages and burials for the m.  He may have gone to the War as well.  Anyhow the neighbors who m ay be in Claiborne, Bossier  or even Lafayette Co., AR which is just a f ew miles away. John Alexander John Presnall Micah Miller Pleasant R.Doyle Robert W. Hodges Jesse Hartman These were all families in the second and third section. I do not have any thing on the Claiborne Parish stuff, but checked Webster Parish Cemetery r ecords(the early ones).  No luck there. There are a couple of dozen burials in Bossier Parish in the new book of C emetery records compiled by Clifton Cardin. In the Bossier Parish History The first 150 years by Clifton.  J.O. Nuckol ls  was appointed as clerk to Captain NW Sentell and the Bossier Minute Men was formed.  Bossier Parish was the first or one of the first communiti es in the south to declare  war on the south  They declared war on Nov 2 6, 1860 in Rocky Mount.  A declaration was signed at that time. World War I - Virginia - Medical Advisory Boards Medical Advisory Board No. 36-Members: G. B. Nuckolls, M.D., Document number:  13760     Description number:  1 Number of acres:  0.0000     Accession number:  LA0690__.348 Patentee Surname:  Nuckolls     Patentee given name:  George B. State name:  Louisiana Volume:  690     Page number:  348 Land office:  Natchitoches     Aliquot part reference:  E½SW Section number:  3 Township:  20 North     Range:  10 West Meridian or special survey area:  Louisiana Meridian Title transfer authority:  Sale-Cash Entries Combined signature date:  Apr. 2, 1860 Multiple patentees:  N     Multiple warrantees:  N Signature:  Y     Canceled document:  N     Subsurface rights reserve d:  N Metes and bounds:  N     Fractional section:  N Document number:  14421     Description number:  1 Number of acres:  39.9800     Accession number:  LA0700__.432 Patentee Surname:  Nuckolls     Patentee given name:  George B. State name:  Louisiana Volume:  700     Page number:  432 Land office:  Natchitoches     Aliquot part reference:  SESW Section number:  35 Township:  21 North     Range:  10 West Meridian or special survey area:  Louisiana Meridian Title transfer authority:  Sale-Cash Entries Combined signature date:  Jun. 1, 1860 Multiple patentees:  N     Multiple warrantees:  N Signature:  Y     Canceled document:  N     Subsurface rights reserve d:  N Metes and bounds:  N     Fractional section:  N Bossier Parish Taxpayers Listed in 1864 I.M. NUCKOLLS----------$.95 George B. NUCKOLLS----$6.28

[NI1027] Richmond Enquirer 6-7-1831  Vol XXVIII Issue 8 Page 3 Fifteen Dollars Reward- Ranaway on Friday, the 29th April last, from Stephen T Nuckolls, near Char lotte Courthouse Virginia, a Negro man, Tom, who had on, when he went awa y, a pair of white yarn pantaloons and coat of the same. Tom is betwe en 35 and 40 years of age; is tall, straigth, and well made; has nearly lo st the sight of one of his eyes, from a cause unknown; his hair runs far b ack on his forehead, which causes him to have the appearance of being bal d; is inclined to limp when he walks, and speaks slowly when questioned. T om was purcahsed of a trader in Richmond about five years ago, who said th at he bought him of one Davis, in Frederick County Virginia. He has been h ired one year at Weaver's Iron Works, Rockbridge County - I think it proba ble he is aimed to get to that neighborhood, under a fictitious name.  T he above reward will be as he has made one attempt to get there, as a fr ee man, paid on the delivery of said slave, or to any person who shall sec ure him in Jail, so that he can be obtained by Stephen T Nuckolls, it tak en out of the county of Charlotte, if in Charlotte, $10 only. Last Will and Testament of Stephen Terry NUCKOLLS I Stephen T Nuckolls of the county of Macon and State of Alabama bei ng of sound mind and disposing memory do make this my last will and testam ent as follows to wit: 1st I wish all my just debts paid 2nd I wish all of my estate equally divi ded among my sons and daughters namely, Frances Marion Nuckolls, Thomas An derson Nuckolls, James Byars Nuckolls, Anna Elizabeth Nuckolls, Marsha Can des Nuckolls, Catharine Minor Nuckolls, Maria Novel Nuckolls to them a nd to the heirs of their bodies forever.  But if either of them who sha ll have a due proportion of my estate according to this my will shall d ie without a legal heir of his or her body then the property to revert ba ck to those my legal heirs who have received a due proportion.  But if eit her of my children shall marry contrary to my wishes whose name I shall wr ite and underneath write veto the same shall not receive any portion of my estate from first to last. Martha C. Nuckolls --th (?)  I constitute all of my sons VETO to this my last will and testam ent whereunto I have set my had & seal this eight day of June in the ye ar of our Lord 1852. Stephen T. Nuckolls Witnesses: Richard Strafford John Bsdell (?) There is a letter attached to the will explaining the FEUD between the Nuc kolls family and CORBETT family.  Martha C. Nuckolls (listed as VETOED) ma rried Dr. Corbett.  Later Dr. Corbett bought the land that had belong ed to Stephen T. Nuckolls.  It seems that Frances M. Nuckolls who was t he executor of the estate of Stephen Nuckolls administered By-passing t he will and going their own route, allowed Martha a share in the estat e.  Frances was married to Martha Drum who only lived a short while and di ed of fever. That part of the county was infected with Malaria.  As we und erstand in the records seen. Dr. Corbett's sister was Martha's mothe r.  In Mr. Drum's will he states and emphatically that the husband of h is deceased daughter will in no way ever share in his estate.  However wh en Martha married at a later date than Stephen's will, Stephen gives his c onsent.  We can only suppose that the "fences were mended." After the Corbett's bought the Nuckolls land there is no other menti on of them anywhere in the county records.  Odd. by Whitman Till Nuchols, Stephen T. State : VA County : Charlotte Co. Year : 1840 Page # : 161 1850 Census Macon County, AL Census Nuckolls, Stephen T. 56 m. farmer b. VA Anne         20  f.   m. Oswalt Martha Candes 18  f.   m Dr. J. Corbett Francis M. 17 m.  merchant  my gt. grandfather Catherine Minon 15  f. Thomas A. 13 m. James B. 10 m. Maria   7  f.   m.  Zuber Nuckolls, Stephen State : AL County : Macon Co. Location : Dist. 21 Year : 1850 age # : 733 census type code : Slave Schedule Nuckolls, Stephen State : AL County : Macon Co. Location : Dist. 21 Year : 1850 Page # : 735 Census type code : Slave Schedule 1855 STATE CENSUS OF MACON COUNTY ALABAMA This records: white males under 21 (wm-21), white males over 21 (wm+21), w hite females under 21 (wf-21), white females over 21 wf+21) total white, n umber of slaves and total of all. Line 10 S.F.(or T.) Nuckolls wm-21 2, wm+21 1, wf-21 3, wf+21 1, total white 7, Slaves 14, Total 21. Stephen is buried at Hardaway, Ala. having died 4 Mar. 1858 - The re is no indication that his wife, Maria, is buried beside him.  Since t he 1850 census indicates no wife, could she possible never have resid ed in Macon County.  There was Nuckolls in your area and this is in theo ry only - could she have died in Georgia? In 1858 - no date no document other than 1858 - Catherine V. Nuckolls w as not married and was of age and resided in Macon County, Ala.  At the da te of final settlement - 25 Feb. 1861 she was married to A.B. Thornton and he residence was Catoosa Count y, Ga - There is no marriage record in Macon County, AL of her marriag e:  however the one records of her sisters having married there - Could St ephen T. and Maria have migrated through Georgia and had connection in yo ur area and Catherine V. went back to be married.  I have found it was cus tomary for the license to have, been issued in the bride's home county b ut of course there are always exceptions . A brother of Stephen T. Nuckolls - James Alexander Nuckolls c. 20 Sept. 18 75 is buried in Whitfield Co., GA Another brother Nathaniel Nuckolls m. in 1836 to Louisiana Thornton he w as in the Lumpkin Co. GA as early as 1828  Since his wife was a Thornto n, it is very likely there was a connection. In the loose papers in the Court House in Macon Co. Ala. there is a reco rd of my grandfather - Francis Marion Nuckolls - having been guardian of h is youngest sister - Maria (Nuckolls) Zuber - and upon her marriage the re is a receipt for the final distribution of the estate of Anderson Tri ce - My guess was that Anderson was the father of their deceased Moth er - Maria Trice Nuckolls - I failed to find any record of the initial proceedings of this guardiansh ip and wondered if these could have been established else where and transf ormed to Macon Co., Ala.  Upon the family moving there - I found no oth er Trice entries in the real property or marriage indexes. etc. Sincerely, Mrs. Whitman Nuckolls Till, Nuckolls Society Member DECEASED  Dolly. YEAR  [1854]. NOTE  Slave. NOTE  Gender: Female. NOTE  Date of death: June 4, 1854. NOTE  Cause of death: Consumption. NOTE  Age at death: 29 years. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1854. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Stephen, owner. OTHER NAME  Winney, parent. OTHER NAME  Trice, Thomas N., informant (Brother-in-law of owner). DECEASED  Sarah. YEAR  [1856]. NOTE  Slave. NOTE  Gender: Female. NOTE  Date of death: December 1856. NOTE  Cause of death: Whooping cough. NOTE  Age at death: 2 years. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1856. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical Society. SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Stephen, owner. OTHER NAME  Maria, parent. OTHER NAME  Trice, Elizabeth, Mrs., informant (Friend of owner).

[NI1029] ALABAMA RECORDS VOL. 97 MADISON CO. AL Probate Record 31*Chancery Suits Compiled by Pauline Jones Gandrud Page 557. ISHAM H. HOBBS, administrator of SAMUEL D. (O.) NUCKOLL, resor ts sale of land, which was bought by GARRETT L. (S) NUCKOLLS, JOHN M. NUCK OLLS, VIRGIL A. NUCKOLLS, FRANCIS A. STEGER, MARIA M. COLT AND JAMES O. NU CKOLLS.  11 February 1867. Page 577.  Division of the slaves of SAMUEL O. NUCKOLLS, deceased, by THOM AS MC CRARY, WM. M. ROPER, JOHN M. HUMPHREY, WILLIS BLANKENSHIP, ALFR ED H. ELLETT, ON 4 February 1863.  Lot 1 to SHELBY NUCKOLLS, #2 to VIRG IL A. NUCKOLLS, #3 to GARRETT S. NUCKOLLS, #4 to JAMES O. NUCKOLL S, #5 to ALBERT T. NUCKOLLS, #6 to FRANCES A. STEGER wife of James O. Steg er, #7 to MINERVA, wife of Jame J. Colt, #8 TO JOHN M. NUCKOLLS, #9 to MR S. MARY NUCKOLLS, widow of Samuel O. Nuckolls. 1850 Madison Co, AL Census Samuel Overton Nuckolls 46 Male born VA, Farmer $6300 #530 Eliza C. 35 Female born Georgia Maneriva M. 16 Female AL John M. 13 Male AL Augustus 8 Male AL Gimmy O. 3 Male Al 1860 Census of Madison Co. AL lists #414 house hold where Samuel is 55 ma le Farmer $30,000 Real Estate and $60,000 personal worth.  Born in VA. Mary 43 years (new wife born in VA.) Manierva 26 f. born AL Augustin 18 male Student born AL Garrett S. 15 male Student born AL James 13 male born Al Albert 10 male born AL Shelley 5 male born AL Charles Healsey 26 male Unemployed  born AL Found another marriage on Samuel O. Nuckolls.  It was to Mary Thompso n.  It was listed in Vol. 113 for May 18, 1848.   PROBLEM WITH THE DATE HE RE as former wife did not died until 1856. We feel certain this shou ld be 1858 Early Land Record shows that he bought about 160 acres in the Meridian-Hun tsville area of Alabama.  June 21, 1857 is the date listed.

[NI1030] To highlight the life of Thomas and Ann Nuckolls's oldest son, James Duke, we begin with his first marriage on February 13, 1809 to Frances S. Thomas son.  She was the daughter of John, Sr. and Frances Cooke Thomasson Frances Thomasson Nuckolls was the mother of three known children: Elizab eth D. who married February 23, 1842, John J. Watkins, son of James and Ma ry Watkins; John B. who married July 8, 1833, Mary -Ann Rennolds, daughter of Reuben and Elizabeth Taliferro Rennolds; Martha Ann who marri ed October 24, 1831, Edmund Nuckolls. James Duke Nuckolls married secondly, March 28, 1821, Martha (Patsy) Bullo ck, daughter of David Bullock and Jane Terry.(6) The 1850 Census show Jam es and Patsy to be 64 years of age with two small children living in the ir household; George 7 years old and Samuel 4. These two young children we re probably siblings of their daughter, Martha Ann Nuckolls, and her decea sed husband, Edmund Nuckolls. In June 1837, James Duke Nuckolls and his wi fe, Martha, sold their home and farm near Fredericks Hall to Robert S. Cos by, "....... land on which he presently resided" for $2,125.50. James Duke then purchased and moved to the Yanceyville Mill property.  T he land tax shows that new buildings were added to the 249-acre parcel Cos by purchased of James Duke Nuckolls. Considering the addition of "new buil dings", several questions arise to which there seems to be no conclusive a nswer.  Could the one standing chimney adjacent to the present house ha ve been the original house?  Did Robert Cosby build the present house a nd the older one became his slave quarters?  The land tax shows no chan ge from James Duke Nuckolls's ownership to that of Robert S.Cosby's even t hough new buildings were added. In 1838, Robert S. Cosby received a lett er from his brother in Walton, Georgia.  In it he says, "...you inform ed me that you had bought Duke Nuckolls out on account of your growing fam ily and can you make a Support on it no you can't and pay your taxes and m idwife fee.  Sell out and come to this country.  Here is the place for gro wing families... " Tell sisters if they are not married to marry some bo dy that will start right to Georgia. It is not known where James Duke and Frances lived from 1809 until they to ok up residence on the 249 acres his father purchased of Frederick Harri s, Jr. Records indicate James's first wife had died by the time Thomas act ually conveyed the land on Little River to his son, James Duke. Duke Nuckolds p. 57 LOUISA Nuckols, James D. State : VA County : Louisa Co. Year : 1830 Page # : 010 NUCKOLS, JAMES D. 1830 LOUISA P. 010 1850 Louisa Co. VA PP =387, WP =774, Date Enumerated =8/22/1850 409 - Nuckolds, James D. 64 M Farmer $7800 Patsy 64 F George 7 M Samuel 4 M These children belong to his dead daughter, 1860 Census VA, Amblers Mill, Louisa Co. VA,  Page # : 910 # 510  James D. Nuckols age. 74 male Farmer  Real Estate Value $6,000, Per sonal Value $13,430  B. VA Patsy Nuckols 74 Female Domestic  B. VA George N. 17 Male  B. VA William L. 14 Male  B. VA These children belong to his dead son, Mordecai who died of the flu as d id his wife. In June 1837, James Duke Nuckolls and his wife, Martha, sold their home a nd farm near Fredericks Hall to Robert S. Cosby, "....... land on whi ch he presently resided" for $2,125.50.(7), James Duke then purchased a nd moved to the Yanceyville Mill property.  The land tax shows that new bu ildings were added to the 249-acre parcel Cosby purchased of James Duke Nu ckolls.  Considering the addition of "new buildings", several questions ar ise to which there seems to be no conclusive answer.  Could the one standi ng chimney adjacent to the present house have been the original house?  D id Robert Cosby build the present house and the older one became his sla ve quarters?  The land tax shows no change from James Duke Nuckolls's owne rship to that of Robert S.Cosby's even though new buildings were added. Sources: (1)Louisa County Historical Magazine Vol. 22, No 1, pp. 13-15. (2)Louisa County Deed Book Q, p. 235-6. (3)Louisa County Will Book 7, pp. 385-400; Personal family papers; Marriag es of Louisa County 1766-1815, Kathleen Booth Williams, 1977, p. 77, 78; M arriages of Louisa County 1815-1861, Abercrombie and Kiblinger, p. 42,39,9 ,10, Orange, 1989. (4)Williams,Kathleen Booth, Louisa County Marriages 1766-1815, J.C. Carri er Co., Harrisonburg, 1977, p-77. (5)Louisa County Will Book 17, pp. 536-7; Louisa County Marriages 1815-186 1, Williams, p. 54, 60, 88; Louisa County Will Book 14, pp. 271-2, (6) Williams,Kathleen Booth, Marriages of Louisa County, Virginia, J.C. Ca rrier Co., Harrisonburg , 1977, p.20. (7)Louisa County Deed Book V, pp. 537-8. (8)Cosby Papers, Louisa County Historical Museum, (hereafter Cosby papers) (9)Cosby Papers (10) Louisa County Historical Magazine Vol. 22, No. l,pp. 13-15; Louisa Co unty Will Book 6, p. 107, 121; Cosby Papers. (11) Cosby Papers. (12) Louisa County Minute Book, 1856, p. 36. (13) Louisa County Will Book 18, p. 348; Cosby Papers; Louisa Deed Book C C, p. 508. (14) Cosby Papers (15) Ibid. (16) Cosby Papers. (17) Louisa County Minute Book, 1856-60, p. 36. (18) Louisa County Will Book, 18, p. 348; Will Book 20, p. 600; Deed Bo ok 2, p. 2 1 0. (19) Louisa County Deed Book 38, p. 389; 30, p. 96. (20) Louisa County Marriages 3, p. 40, 94; Will Book 29, pp. 378-80; Recol lections of Minnie S. Irwin. (21) Louisa County Will Books, 28, p. 371-72, 395; 29, p. 378-80. (22) Louisa County Deed Book 129, p. 306; 131, p. 596; 348, p. 497. (23) Louisa County Deed Book 467, p. 229; Plat Book 5, p. 14. DECEASED  George. YEAR  [1853]. NOTE  Slave. NOTE  Gender: Male. NOTE  Date of death: April 10, 1853. NOTE  Age at death: 45 years. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1853. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, James D., owner. OTHER NAME  Craney, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, James D., informant (Owner). DECEASED  Wilson. YEAR  [1855]. NOTE  Slave. NOTE  Gender: Male. NOTE  Date of death: February 1, 1855. NOTE  Cause of death: Smothered. NOTE  Age at death: 1 month. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1855. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, James D., owner. OTHER NAME  Edule, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, James D., informant (Owner). 22-Mar-1864 Book: FF, Page: 521, Grantor: James D. Nuckols and Martha h is wife, Grantee: James E. Smith, Deed 10 Apr 1863 James D. Nuckols and Ma rtha his wife of Louisa to James E. Smith of same $3,000 tract known as Ya nceyville Mill property adjoining James D. Nuckols, Granville Bulloc k, D. Anderson, Carolina Road, old black smith shop, containing 12 3/4 acr es . Sig. James D. Nuckols and Martha Nuckols. Rec. 16 Dec 1863 [Margin No te] examined and delivered to James E. Smith 22 Mar 1864 [This deed was lo st an recorded in DB GG p 52] 1860 Louisa Co, Thomas Crossroads, Amblers Mill, VA -pg 910        James D Nuckols, 74 VA         Patsy 24 VA        George N 17 VA        James P 15 VA        William 14 VA (Children  George and William are sons of  deceased son Mordecai) Do not know who James P is, Could be son of his son James 1870 Louisa Co, Trevellians Depot, VA-pg 426      James G Nuckols 84 VA     Patsy 84 VA

[DI1030] Name: «tab»James D. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»02 Apr 1871 Death Place: «tab»Louisa, Louisa, Virginia Age: «tab»85 Birth Date: «tab»1786 Birthplace: «tab»Louisa County, Virginia Occupation: «tab»Farmer Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»M. A. Nuckols Father's Name: «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07476-8 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2048591 Reference Number: «tab»p97 #43 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRSN-8R7 : accessed 7 April 2012), James D. Nuckols (1786).

[NI1031] Owned an interest in a gold mine in north Georgia, bought a farm in Alabam a, taught some of his Negro men to work as a mechanic, studied architecture, planned and built many houses. He was a merchant for a while in Columbu s, GA and planned and built a handsome residence for himself where he lived 20 years before his death. In his will he gives to each of his three sons, farms valued at $6,0 00 ea and to each of his seven daughters, farms valued at $6K each and a ll other property equally distributed. States the farm given to Mrs. freem an deeded to her by Martin Hale and A H Mackey, adms. VIII (8) Nathaniel Nuckolls, b. NOV. 26, 1800, Louisa Co. Va.; farmer a nd mechanic: " In 1828, a rather peculiar town grew on the high ground bet ween the Etowah and Chestatee rivers in what is now Lumpkin Co., Ga.  As t he story goes it was 1828 Benjamin Parks, of Dahlonega was deer hunting, a bsently kicked at a rock on a hillside.  The rock was a chunk of quartz go ld in pockets or lodes.  His find was so rich in gold that it was yellow like yolks of eggs.  First settler was a man named Dean.  Then an enterprising gentleman named Nathaniel Nuckolls opened a tavern near by.  This town was first called Dean's, then Nuckollsville, finally Auraria (Gold ), in 1832 the scene of Ga's. first gold rush, was named by John C. Calhoun, owner of a nearby mine.  Auraria and Dahlonega were the two real gold t owns in the U. S. before 1849.  Located in the Blue Ridge Mountain foothil ls, Dahlonega became the site of the first Gold Mint built by the U. S. Go v't (1836).  From 1832 to 1861 more than $4o million worth of gold was min ed here." " There is still one place in the U. S. where you can redeem a d ollar bill for gold: if you pan it yourself.  In the mountain streams of D ahlonega in north Ga. for a $i fee, tourists are shown how to pan gold a nd allowed to keep all they get (usually more than a dollar's worth." T he will of Nathaniel Nuckolls recorded in Muscogee Co., Ga., Oct. 5,186 8, and copied on the records of Cherokee Co., Ala. (at Centre, Ala.), in 1 911 ; gave to each of his 4 sons and to each of his 7 daus., farins valu ed at six thousand dollars each. Document number:  487     Description number:  1 Number of acres:  320.0000     Accession number:  AL5070__.145 Patentee Surname:  Nuckolls     Patentee given name:  Nathaniel State name:  Alabama Volume:  5070     Page number:  145 Land office:  Montgomery     Aliquot part reference:  N½ Section number:  30 Township:  16 North     Range:  30 East Meridian or special survey area:  St. Stephens Meridian Title transfer authority:  Indian Allotment-General Combined signature date:  Jun. 25, 1841 Multiple patentees:  N     Multiple warrantees:  N Signature:  Y     Canceled document:  N     Subsurface rights reserve d:  N Metes and bounds:  N     Fractional section:  N Document number:  530     Description number:  1 Number of acres:  320.4000     Accession number:  AL5070__.144 Patentee Surname:  Nuckolls     Patentee given name:  Nathaniel State name:  Alabama Volume:  5070     Page number:  144 Land office:  Montgomery     Aliquot part reference:  N½ Section number:  31 Township:  16 North     Range:  30 East Meridian or special survey area:  St. Stephens Meridian Title transfer authority:  Indian Allotment-General Combined signature date:  Jun. 25, 1841 Multiple patentees:  N     Multiple warrantees:  N Signature:  Y     Canceled document:  N     Subsurface rights reserve d:  N Metes and bounds:  N     Fractional section:  N Document number:  1141     Description number:  1 Number of acres:  320.0000     Accession number:  AL5090__.357 Patentee Surname:  Nuckolls     Patentee given name:  Nathaniel State name:  Alabama Volume:  5090     Page number:  357 Land office:  Montgomery     Aliquot part reference:  S½ Section number:  11 Township:  14 North     Range:  30 East Meridian or special survey area:  St. Stephens Meridian Title transfer authority:  Indian Allotment-General Combined signature date:  Jan. 30, 1843 Multiple patentees:  N     Multiple warrantees:  N Signature:  Y     Canceled document:  N     Subsurface rights reserve d:  N Metes and bounds:  N     Fractional section:  N Document number:  5349     Description number:  1 Number of acres:  80.3500     Accession number:  AL4280__.202 Patentee Surname:  Nuckolls     Patentee given name:  Nathaniel State name:  Alabama Volume:  4280     Page number:  202 Land office:  Montgomery     Aliquot part reference:  W½SW Section number:  32 Township:  16 North     Range:  30 East Meridian or special survey area:  St. Stephens Meridian Title transfer authority:  Sale-Cash Entries Combined signature date:  Aug. 5, 1837 Multiple patentees:  N     Multiple warrantees:  N Signature:  Y     Canceled document:  N     Subsurface rights reserve d:  N Metes and bounds:  N     Fractional section:  N Document number:  5457     Description number:  1 Number of acres:  160.3000     Accession number:  AL4290__.403 Patentee Surname:  Nuckolls     Patentee given name:  Nathaniel State name:  Alabama Volume:  4290     Page number:  403 Land office:  Montgomery     Aliquot part reference:  SE Section number:  29 Township:  16 North     Range:  30 East Meridian or special survey area:  St. Stephens Meridian Title transfer authority:  Sale-Cash Entries Combined signature date:  Aug. 1, 1838 Multiple patentees:  N     Multiple warrantees:  N Signature:  Y     Canceled document:  N     Subsurface rights reserve d:  N Metes and bounds:  N     Fractional section:  N Document number:  2501     Description number:  1 Number of acres:  319.8000     Accession number:  AL1370__.399 Patentee Surname:  Nuckols     Patentee given name:  Nathaniel State name:  Alabama Volume:  1370     Page number:  399 Land office:  Montgomery     Aliquot part reference:  S½ Section number:  8 Township:  14 North     Range:  26 East Meridian or special survey area:  St. Stephens Meridian Title transfer authority:  Sale-Cash Entries Combined signature date:  Apr. 8, 1837 Multiple patentees:  N     Multiple warrantees:  N Signature:  Y     Canceled document:  N     Subsurface rights reserve d:  N Metes and bounds:  N     Fractional section:  N Document number:  5561     Description number:  1 Number of acres:  80.1000     Accession number:  AL4280__.403 Patentee Surname:  Nuckolls     Patentee given name:  Nathaniel State name:  Alabama Volume:  4280     Page number:  403 Land office:  Montgomery     Aliquot part reference:  E½SE Section number:  31 Township:  16 North     Range:  30 East Meridian or special survey area:  St. Stephens Meridian Title transfer authority:  Sale-Cash Entries Combined signature date:  Aug. 5, 1837 Multiple patentees:  N     Multiple warrantees:  N Signature:  Y     Canceled document:  N     Subsurface rights reserve d:  N Metes and bounds:  N     Fractional section:  N Document number:  9069     Description number:  1 Number of acres:  160.2000     Accession number:  AL4360__.039 Patentee Surname:  Nuckolls     Patentee given name:  Nathaniel State name:  Alabama Volume:  4360     Page number:  39 Land office:  Montgomery     Aliquot part reference:  SW Section number:  31 Township:  16 North     Range:  30 East Meridian or special survey area:  St. Stephens Meridian Title transfer authority:  Sale-Cash Entries Combined signature date:  Jun. 10, 1848 Multiple patentees:  N     Multiple warrantees:  N Signature:  Y     Canceled document:  N     Subsurface rights reserve d:  N Metes and bounds:  N     Fractional section:  N Document number:  9070     Description number:  1 Number of acres:  80.1000     Accession number:  AL4360__.040 Patentee Surname:  Nuckolls     Patentee given name:  Nathaniel State name:  Alabama Volume:  4360     Page number:  40 Land office:  Montgomery     Aliquot part reference:  W½SE Section number:  31 Township:  16 North     Range:  30 East Meridian or special survey area:  St. Stephens Meridian Title transfer authority:  Sale-Cash Entries Combined signature date:  Jun. 10, 1848 Multiple patentees:  N     Multiple warrantees:  N Signature:  Y     Canceled document:  N     Subsurface rights reserve d:  N Metes and bounds:  N     Fractional section:  N Told by daughter Elizabeth Ann Terry Nuckolls around 1918 My father, Nathaniel Nuckolls, son of Thomas and Anne Nuckolls, was bo rn on the lOth oct., l8OO, in Louisiana County, Virginia, at the old Nuckolls homestead. He was his father's fifth child. Two brothers, Duke and Al xander and  two sisters, Lucinda and Mary, older than he was. He was converted and Joined the church when he was elghteen years old. He and his older brothers worked on the farm while they were wlth their father. In tho se times unless a person had a good many slaves, the sons of the house wo ked at farm, or any other work there was going on. The second oldest son, Alexander, had married and moved to Hall county, Georgia. He had a far m, and worked that, besides belng an excellent carpenter, worked in any ki nd of wood work, blacksmith's work, etc. When father was twenty-one, he w as told that he was free to go to work for himself. He had very little edu cation but concluded to go to work until he made somethlng for himself, tr usting to leisure times to improve himself in learning. His father approv ed of his determination to go south and Join his brother. so gave him a go od horse, a  fine saddle and brid1e, and saddle bags, and his loving moth er filled those saddle bags with good clothes. His father then gave him o ne hundred dollars in money and good advice, and bade goodbye to them, a nd started on his long horseback ride to Georgia. He never saw his paren ts again. He could hear from them by letter, but felt that he could neith er spare the time nor the money to visit them .He had set out to hard wo rk to make a fortune, and felt that he could not indulge in expensive grat ification. When he arrlved at his brother's and was welcomed by all, he so on set In to work, commrnced at the cooper's trade, made tubs, casks, et c. The next work was wagon making, in that work he must have irons to u se in strengthening the wagons, so he had to take up blacksmith's work. Fi nlshing his lessons in wagon mak1ig, he determined to learn the blacksmi th ' s  work to the finest that anyone could wlth hammer and forge.  He g ot on with it so well, that he could do anything he tried to do even to t he making a key to fit a lock. The small mechanics mastered, he want ed to go up higher, so set into plain house building. He had sold his hors e, so bought himselt a fine set of tools. He kept busy at the house buildl ng improving so that he tried for better jobs, finally got in with some fi ne house builders. Then he struck his talent, went rlght on up,  worked st eadily, studing every part of the work seeklng to make improvements ti ll he got to have self-confidence enough to strike out for himself , got j obs of his own planning, got help, economized, saved up his money, boug ht a fine negro carpenter, named Edmond, in this way of steady faithtul wo rk and saving his money,  he was able to buy other negroes to help him. T he next bought was a man with a fami1y, "Charles" was an excellent man. Fa ther hired out Charles' wife to good people, so with Edmond and Charl es of his own and some cheap men, he worked on. He told me that he built t he first fine court-house In Cartersville. I don't remember, but it w as a town in upper Georgia. He worked on at his house building for sever al years, made money. bought negroes and land, kept out  all of evil habit s, took care of his workmen, saw to it that they kept out of mischef, T he land that he bought was in Elbert County. In his building business he h ad drifted down to Elbert, found plenty of work there,also a good piece of land whlch he bought and put all necessary buildin gs on it for farm purposes, put his negroes on it that he did not ha ve at the trade, to work a small farm .He wanted to have a home, to st ay at when he was not out at work, so he built a small dweling house. So on after that the building business nearby slacked up, and seelng th at he could make it pay, he bullt a small store house, got in a few goo ds to try his luck on. Being a very cautious fellow, he didn't intend to take any risk in the dar k. After several months' experience he saw that it would be safe to p ut in a larger stock of goods, and also hearing of building work that wou ld take him some distance from home, he sent for a young brother who want ed to come south, to come and take charge of his store, having put the wor kmen in the farm, they had got it in good shape so that he could leave a ll in care of his brother. So, he went to the building work again, g ot on well with it, was saving up his money, as the farm and store were pr ospering also. He had been at work for nearly aix years, faithfully and ca utiously, and feeling that he was in a safe position to marry, begun to lo ok for a nice girl. He felt that he had tried to be such a man as might at tract such a girl as he would like to have. Mother and grandmother to ld me that father was a fine looking man, was tall and straight, fine figu re, very fair complexion, but always red cheeks and lips. (I don't rememb er having ever seen him pale), jet balck hair and very blue eyes. He was a lways neat, even in every day clothes, he kept nice fashionable clothes f or "Sunday go to meetin" as the saying of old folk was. He was proud, h ad self respect, and associated with the best people, was ambitious, to o, and in a short time, learned good manners. It was not long before he be came known. He looked bout and soon found the girl (Louisianna Thornton) t hat he liked, fell in love with, made it his business to make himself kno wn to the family, and as there were two grown sons, he pretty soon beca me acquainted with the whole family, and won the favor of the young lad y. They married late in the year of 1826. He remained in Elbert for a d ew years. In that time, grandfather had moved to Columbus, when grandmoth er went to see them she took me, the oldest child home withher, and that w as a relief to father, as well as to mother, she being so young she didn 't know just how to manage with several little ones, but father was doi ng his part. He had taken me in hand and trained my habits so that I did n ot give much trouble but he was really glad for grandmother to haveme, s he was very firm, but loving me as she did, there was no danger of unkindn ess to her previous charge, and mother was satisfied. Father was very fond of music, in his young days, he was a fine singe r. He bought a good flute, and learned to perform on it and after he and m other married, he and she had music, she singing and he blowing the flut e, and by her singing with his playing he learned a great many beautiful p ieces. When I was twelve years old, I was taking music lessons and he w as so  delighted with the piano that he had me teach him all the first rud iments and he got so he could play a good many simple pieces. After I gr ew up he would play on his flute accompanying the piano. Of course, I enjo yed it as much as he did. He was strict, but he enjoyed the family. In 1832, father concluded to move to Cherokee, it being a good money maki ng country. There was prospect of gold being found, a small mine was alrea dy in operation. Father bought stock in that, also bought a samll bo dy of land already in cultivation, put his strongest hands to dig in the m ine and the balance on the farm which was joining the mine land, so had ev erything at work. When the mine gave out, father turned his attention to b uilding, he and Mr Pascal had already built a tavern, as Hotled or Inns we re called then, it was a "Stage Stand", a place where passengers of the re gular stage coach, could get lodging and meals at passing times. Mother a nd Mrs pascal lived in it and took the care of the house. Father built a ll sorts of houses, dwelling houses, a meeting house for preaching when th ey could get one, a preacher, built a school house, had already built a wo odwork shop and blacksmith's shop. Mother was getting tired of the Tave rn business, it was too much publicity for her retiring nature, so fath er built a dwelling house for himself and a store house in the corner of t he front yard, filled it with such merchandise as he knew would be salab le in that rather rough country, and as he wanted to be free to do any rem unerative work that presented itself, he put a good man in his store who se house was next door to mother. The country was being rapidly settled u p. The Indian owned lands  could be bought cheaper than land usually so ld for. Father traded with them, they liked to come to his store to trad e, he treated them justly and they had sense to know it. They had a name f or him in Indian dialect, I did know it, but have forgotten. (I expect th at these Indians were a part of the tribe that were converted by the missi onary Dozier Thornton, our great-grandfather, while preaching in the  Cher okke District) Father was ambitious to have this little village count for something, so h ad worked hard in the time he had been there, and it really was coming in to notice. The country was new, in a way, the land productive, people movi ng in, so the little village was getting on a town appearance. The peop le named it Nuckollsville. As far as I know it is called that now, it w as eight years ago. It was getting time for grandmother to make a vis it to mother. When she went, I, of course went. I was nearly six years ol d. She did not stay more than three weeks. When she had been gone for t wo or three weeks, mother felt worse than ever about being so far from h er mother and all of them, so began to beg father to go nearer to her peop le. Father had begun to feel the somehwat ill effects of such a constant r ush of work, so concluded to put his whole business interest  in selling s hape, as he intended buying in Muscogee County, near Columbus. He succeed ed in out of Cherokee, then bought in a small farm near or about two mil es of grandfather, also bought a store in Columbus. He moved and got us a ll comfortable in a small house that was on the farm he bought. There we re negro houses there and outbuildings, and father told mother that as so on as he could get his business straight, that he would build her a good h ouse. In the meantime, grandmother had ask to have a better house built. S o, as father wanted the job, he sent for one of his young brothers a marri ed man, to come and take a co-partnership in the store, got a trustly you ng man for clerk, put the farm to rights, then he could get to building ag ain. Now for grandmother's house. She let him plan it for her convenienc e. When it was finished, she was very much pleased and asked to have kitch en and dairy, then a large garden to be nicely paled in, also front yar d, but father never thought that a house was finished without a front por ch and front yard paled in. The house was a twp-story house, four rooms be low, two above, wide hall down stairs, front and back stairs, back collona de, inside all the closets she wanted. All of her wants filled, he beg an  to get lumber for his own buildings, worked on till he got ready, th en he put up all needful buildings finished except his dwelling hous e. He did not finish it inside, wanted the house to dry and settle so th at the plastering woudl not crack, got the house comfortable, and moved in to it. Shortly after the move, mother's health became bad, so the house w as not finished. She did not get entirely well until fall. In that time, t he Indians in Alabama had gone west, father bought land in Russell Count y, this county was on the Chattapoochee, west side, opposite Muscogee on t he east side, the Georgia side. The first thing he did after buying lan d, was to build a saw mill, to saw lumber for temporary houses for all. Wh en these were finsihed were were moved from Muscogee, and settled in tho se temporary buildings. I was in my eleventh year, and can remember how ev erything looked. The family dwelling was built of mill sawed logs, 6 x 1 0, cracks, what little there was, sealed with weather boarding. It had a n ice stick dirt chimney at each end. The kitchen was built of sheeting ( ro ugh edge outside plank, on rough frame) near the dwelling house. It had la rge wide stick and dirt chimney. I remember that there was a large hole d ug and the  chidlren, I amongst them, woudl go out there, and get on the p lanks put to walk across, and do what we called ride up and down. The fro gs had got into that hole and any other holding water and in the late even ings would croak, and we mock them, but they would get ahsamed and hush. T his hole was where the clay for these chimneys was worked up by putti ng an ox in and he was made to walk around in the mud, water and san d, to make it smooth so as to  have smoothly built chimneys, the firepla ce plastered nicely inside and  hearths were made of this clay and plaste r, and beaten down with a maul to make it firm, then the hearth was kept c overed for several days till dry, then all cracks stopped and a slow fi re made and in a short time ready for use. There was no brick yard near er than Columbus, eleven miles. When all this setting was done, then the g rist mill was built. (These buildings were just in between the little mi ll creek and the large creek called Big-Uchee, the creek that ran throu gh father's land, and when summer came, first one then another took malari al fever.) Hot weather came and fever came. Then father hustled to get lum ber enough ready to build a house for the  family (having put in his m en to build log houses for the negroes, also stables and shelters for stoc k) out on a fine hill place over a mile from the mills. His house was of r ough (unplaned) lumber, but roomy and comfortable. As soon as we got wettled in every way father sent and got a lady teach er Miss Hester Mills. He had built a nice little framed schoolhouse abo ut  a quarter of a mile, hardly so much. She set to teaching, five os us a nd as many as five of neighbor children. Two of the five were Indians, tw in girls, "Aridne and Arian Carr." Their father, Paddie Carr, was a half-b reed (half white). He was a clever man, the whote folks were friendly towa rds him, treated him civilly. The girls behaved as well as we did. One w as quite bright, learned right along, the other was rather dull. Miss Mil ls stayed with us a year and a half. Then she told mother that a gentlem an from South Carolina (from Charleston) to whom she was engaged, was comi ng in December, and they would marry then. I was twelve years and two mont hs old. Miss Mills said that I was to be her attendant (girl), the boy, w as Dr Frierson's brother,  Tom. (Frierson was the name of the man she marr ied). He was seventeen. Everyone of the company said that were were t wo of the  handsomest children they had ever seen, but I am borrowing fr om another story. Father stayed on at that place as much as three year s. He had been thinking that the hill that he was living on was level, o r, rather was not quite as large a level as he needed for a settlement, th en than the  Big Uchee Creek was between him and his mills, and was subje ct to overflow, so, as he had such prettier place and he could have all t he room he wanted to spread out all buildings, patches, pens, etc. Plans w ere drawn, ideas concluded, then to work to get all the lumber ready, h ad a workshop at the mill and there he prepared most of the lumber for h is dwelling house, then went to work and put up framed negro houses, stabl es, barns, carriage house, then to work to build his own dwelling, g ot it habitable and moved in, to finish at his leisure, and not be away fr om home so much. He moved his workshop to the house near enough to wo rk in the house and see to the preparation of any lumber needed. The weath er was warm, so he put down temporary floors, till he could kiln dry his g ood flooring. He had a great deal of the timber of various kinds on his la nd. From what I can recollect of the large body of land which he bough t, it was nearly every arce in its natural state, not cut down or clear ed up, so he had the forest from which to choose his timber for any u se he wanted it. He not only got out and prepared all the lumber he had u se for to finish his house, but was eager to get to make a lot of substanc ial furniture from black walnut, maple beech, poplar and very large cedar s, any of which would work into furniture of different kinds. Before he fi nished his house, he put up a turning lathe in the room that was to be t he parlor, as we could spare that the longest, and he and pat, his fine st workman, did a lot of finishing work for the house while he had so me of its furniture wooddrying. He got his floors down in the other room s, finished doors and windows, put in sash.  Now for the staircase baniste rs, they must be as he concluded, of cedar, turned on that lathe. I thi nk the same banisters are there now. My brother, J T Nuckolls, owns the ho use now. That stairway is just the same as when built over sixty-seven yea rs ago. That turning lathe was fine fun for me (it was vacation) so did br other Tom, the oldest boy, enjoy turning the lathe. High post bedsteads we re in style, the larger the post, the finer the bed, and the head and fo ot boards were of fancy pattern. Father turned the posts for four high po st beds. These beds when made up with thick mattress and full feather bed s, a white curtain put around the bottom from the railing to the floor, a nd at top about same width, a white cloth stretched tight over the t op of bed and  fastened to a frame made and it fastened to top of post. (T hese bottom and top curtains were called valance, foot valance or top vala nce). Sometimes long white curtains were put up instead of the short on es at the top. Beds those days when they were nice, were the particular or nament of a room I have seen these high beds curtained with fine damash, s ilk spreads on bed. We had beds that he made a good while before, but havi ng so much fine wood, he wanted to make some that were wider and that we re fastened together at corners with large bolts, with taps let into screw s, instead of the whole thing being held together with hemp cords, run ea ch way, passing through holes made in the side places. Now the  explanati on is for the benefit of anyone who have never seen the roped kind of be d. (Of course, improvements are still going on). Father had made nearly ev ery piece of furniture that was in the house. There was a large black waln ut sideboard that he had made in his early married life, and clothes press es, "chiffoniers" they are called now. Mother wanted a new larger foldi ng table, the one we had he made soon after marriage. The one he made n ow had leaves that nearly touched the floor when let down. This table cou ld easily seat eight people and so wide that wo could sit at the end. He m ade several small tables some round for the parlor. He made three wardrobe s, one was especially for himself, didn't want to go into a wardrobe to g et his nice clothes, and have to take down a whole lot of women's dress es before he could find what he wanted. Isn't that reasonable? He made a b ookcase, the shelves for books, the bottom part had doors, in this par t, he kept his medicines, and anything needed for such purposes. He finish ed every piece of furniture nicely with varnish or oil. The parlor furnitu re was, except these round table, mahogany, hari cloth covered, that was t he style then. Of course, there was a piano for me, and the others when th ey were large enough. Everything that was needed in a dining room, a lar ge safe, wired doors and sides, side tables, etc. All finished inside, th en the front yard was paled in, and as it was getting cool weather, only l arge shrubbery was set out. It was getting time for schools. Father had built a schoolhouse a mi le or more away and engaged a teacher who had been recommended and a ll of his children except myself and oldest brother were started. Date: 1858-07-01; Paper: The Columbus Enquirer, Tri-Weekly $50 Reward-Having lost the following notes, I will pay $50 for their recov ery. To Wit: 1 note for $3400 and one for $1600  both due Jan 1 1859; o ne for $5000 due Jan 1, 1860; and one of $2566.66 due Jan 1 1861- all dat ed March the 8th or 9th 1858, signed by Henry Ware and N A Nuckolls and ma de payable to myself. The makers of the notes having offsets against the m, they are of no value to anyone but myself. Moses Cox, May 1, 1858 Uni on Springs, Ala This story took up too much space for the database, so it had to be mov ed to another web page. You can find it at http://freepages.genealogy.root sweb.com/~evilsizer/Nathan.html Columbus on the Chattahooche, by Etta Blanchard Worsley, Columbus Georgi a, Columbus Office Supply Co, 1951 670 pgs pg 212-213 Visiting the Old Homes- Exclusinve Linwood Further east on Fifteenth street was the spacious ante-bellum home of Nath aniel Nuckolls. Erected prior to the war, it is still standing, but was mo ved across the street from the present location of the Linwood Schoo l. It was a beautiful old house with Corinthian columns, and an upstairs b alcony of iron-work. The grounds were landscaped, and there were many love ly trees and flower gardens. In this home was born Thomas J Nuckolls, w ho married Alice Bradley, the sister of William C Bradley. In the 1870's J udge Porter Ingram acquired the Nuckolls property in Linwood, when the hei rs moved into town. It is an interesting fact  that Mr Porter Ingram was E lizabeth Lewis, daughter of Ulysses Lewis, the first Intendant of Columbu s. The house was later bought by Johnson Williams and re-named "Bleak Hous e." Unfortunately, the once handsome old place is falling into a sta te of disrepair.

[DI1031] Daily Columbus Ledger Sept 25 1868 The friends and acquaintances of the late Nathaniel Nuckolls and family are invited to attend his funeral from the Baptist Church, this afterno on at 4 o'clock Daily Columbus Enquirer Sept 26 1868 Death of Nathaniel Nuckolls This community loses from its midst, by the death of Mr Nathaniel Nuckolls, and old and much esteemed citizen. He died at his residence in Linwoo d, near Columbus, on Thursday afternoon last, about four o'clock aged 68 y ears. Mr Nuckolls had spent a long life chiefly in Russell County near Col umbus, and in this city or its immediate vicinity. He was a Christian gentleman- a member of the Baptist Church- a useful citizen, and a man whom to know was to respect, esteem and confide in. His life on this earth was one of honor to himself and usefullness to his fellow man, and he is no dolubt receiving to a better world the reward of the good man. Date: 1870-01-29; Paper: Daily Columbus Enquirer Slendid House and Lot Private Sale The late residence in Linwood, near this city, of Nathaniel Nuckolls, dece ased, the lot is situated on a high eminence overlooking the city. It cont ains about ten acres, a fine well of pure water, handsome grounds, fine garden, orchard, patches, about 4 acres timber land. The residence contains 3 ---- and nine dressing rooms and closets in main building. Also 3 rooms in wing all built in the finest style of archetecture and in the most  horough manner without regard to cost of materials. Outhousesample. Terms to----Apply to Thomas J Nuckols, Est

[XI1031] Linwood Cemetery

[NI1033] Tombstone states "Sacred to the Memory of Anne nuckolls, who departed th is life 3/29/1858, age 57years, 9 months, 9 days. However in the 1850 Cens us she is not listed as a member of the household, leaving cause to belie ve she may have died before 1850. The sources listed from Bertha's book a nd Beth Sauceman undoubtedly  used the tomestone as their source, howev er there are current researchers that emphatically believe she died pri or to the 1850 census. Annie Burruss Nuckolls, wife of James Alexander Nuckolls, was buried in t he Nuckolls Family Cemetery on Holland Drive off Shady Grove Road in Forsy th County, Cumming, GA. The cemetery was desecrated in the 1940's by the new owner of the Nuckol ls Home place and later the tombstones were bulldozed by the following gen eration.  I have been told all the stones were are completely broken and u nable to be read.  Benny has promised to take me there ( the property curr ently has a new owner) to see if we can salvage anything.  The new owne r, Tommy Bagwell, has told Benny that he plans to place a memorial mark er where the cemetery is marked on his land plat to the Nuckolls Family. T here was much anger in the Nathaniel Nuckolls family about the discreti on of the Cemetery and My father and Nathaniel's other children refus ed to talk about it or go there and I have never seen the site.  Benny, Ja mes Nathan, and Edwin Nuckolls Gravitt have seen the site prior to and aft er the discretion. I just assumed that James Alexander placed the marker there for his wife s ince he began the cemetery.  From family lore, I know that there was an in fant, several slaves, and possibly You will notice that James Alexander and Alexander Burruss were membe rs of other churches in the county.  Bethel Baptist Church (one of the old er Churches in the county) is located approximately 5 miles from Shady Gro ve Baptist Church.  Shady Grove Church was established in 1882 after the S cruggs affair.  There are no early membership records of Shady Grove Churc h.  However, they are also listed on the rolls of Antioch Baptist (estab 1 849), and Beaver Ruin Baptist (estab 1835) Churches as well as Bethel., I suppose Alexander Burruss Nuckolls could have put up Anne's Tombstone, b ut as far as anyone in the family can remember it was always there unt il it was destroyed in the 1940's. By Carolyn Nuckolls Baker Addendum after publication of "First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred, Bo ok II " Today while it was raining in GA, I spent a delightful day with Carolyn Nu ckolls Baker and our lawyer cuz, John Alexander Nuckolls and his wife Emi ly and son John Jr. We tried to find the tombstone of Anne Burruss Nuckolls up at Exit #17 o ff 400 here.  Carolyn has wanted to go to the site where Anne was buried f or many years but the Nuckolls up here were angry because the land was lo st after the depression and went out of the Nuckolls family.  When this ha ppen another family bought the land and the man bulldozed the grave ston es over. Weirdo's!  Well, anyway John A. said he had been by the place b ut had not been to the gravesites.  The man that owns 9 acres of the old N uckolls homeplace was there and he showed us where the graves were supposed to b e. Sad site, I'll tell you.  There is no way you can even tell there was o nce a graveyard there.  Well, anyway back to my story.  We hung around a nd talked a while and the man (this guy was quite wealthy) said that he pl anned to put up a little fence and perhaps a stone.  There are some pieces of the old r ock/marble there but no inscriptions can be seen.  Lawyer John said that t he family would handle the expense of the fence and stone.  This guy, Bagb y, said that he planned to have a professional come out and find the pla ce where the bodies were and how many are out there and then he would ma ke sure the fence would protect the area.  I got a little tickled at hi m. Everybody thanked him for his time, etc.  and we left.  John had to sho ve off and I told him we'd be in touch, etc. As you both know, that right before Sandi sent the book to be published Re ita and I were in disagreement with Carolyn over the death of Anne.  She w as adamant that Anne died in 1858.  Somebody in this GA line here years a go sent the inscription of her tombstone to Bertha.  I told Carolynn th at I would email Sally and ask where the inf. came from on this GA lin e.  She said she had a copy of the inf. that was sent to Bertha.  She pull ed out the file and low and behold there it was.  It was a neatly typed a nd partially hand written family sheet form document on old "onion skin" paper.  It w as fading but we could see it.  I asked for a copy and while she was maki ng copies, I notied that beside the Death of Anne it had :  March 29, 181 8. Beside it in Red pencil, it said 1858?   I asked about it and Carolyn a cted surprised because she just took the 1858 as gospel.  She look at me a nd apologized because once again this book would have a wrong death date p ublished.  She realized then that 1818 wasn't right because the dear lady married 1823.  I told Carolyn that whoever read the stone those many yea rs ago couldn't read it and because they didn't know they guessed at 181 8. Then somebody came along and decided it was 1858. REITA AND I WERE RIGHT!  Anne died in 1848.  Darn I hate it that the bo ok will have the wrong date in it. Carolyn's house is full of Nuckolls memories.  She lives on land that t he family once owned but she has just a small portion of the 200 acres th at once was her grandfather's.  Her mother is still living and is 96 yr s. old. She is a mere shell of a woman.  Her home was built in 1940 a nd is in front of Carolyn's home on the property.  Carolyn takes care of h er mom all by herself.  Her brother and sister don't contribute at all.  I t's sad that she alone carries this burden.  Her husband wants to travel b ut they can't because of the responsibility.  I asked Carolyn about her ge tting some help for a little while but she won't budge.  She sleeps at h er mother's every night.  She said this has been going on 6 years.  S he is totally bedridden  Carolyn is an amazing woman, I'll tell you tha t.   Very few people would do this personal care like this these days. Adrian Hopkins March 11, 2000

[NI1034] The name Irana is used in the marriage record in Forsyth Co, GA and aga in in the Bible record of Joel Thomas Nuckolls. Tombstone names "Iranie". her parents were buried in the Nuckolls- Bryant Family Cemetery in Hall Co unty and her parent's bodies were moved to Bethel Baptist Church cemete ry by the Corp of Engineers when Lake Lanier was built.

[NI1035] Flora W. Nuckolls died leaving several small children for her husband to care for.  She contracted Tuberculosis and died in 1912. Because she di ed so soon, we don't know much about her.  Her husband never remarried.  He was successful for that time and raised the children himself with the help of the oldest daughter, Ophelia who was 19 years old when Flora passed away.

[NI1036] Rosie was the mother of two beautiful little girls.  She was a very religi ous woman and relied on the Lord for strength.  She is remember by her gra ndson, David, for taking him to all night Gospel Music at the local churc h.  David remembers "Granny Nuckolls" with fond memories.  Rosie and her h usband, Ledford Nuckolls, never divorced but lived separated for most of y oung David's life.  He never remembers ever seeing his grandfather Ledfor d.  Rosie lived with her oldest daughter, Flora until she died. Name:    Rosie H Nuckolls Death Date:    03 May 1969 County of Death:    DeKalb Gender:    F Race:    W Age:    77 years County of Residence:    DeKalb Certificate:    012460

[NI1042] This line provided by Dennis Yancey 1820 Louisa Co, VA pg 65 Samuel Waldrope 000010-10010 (next to Waddy Garland, Elizabeth Duke and Garland Duke) 1830 Louisa Co, VA pg 45 Samuel Waldrope 0000001-00101 ( Next to Elizabeth Duke, Garland Duke, George Bias Nuckols, Anne Terry Nuckolls) 1850 Louisa Co, VA -pg427 Samuel Waldrope 61 VA Sarah, 58 VA

[NI1043] *1830 NUCKOLS RHODA Pg 025 010001-22001 (Next door Charles)  2 farms fr om William * 1 male 30-40 b 1791-1800 * 1 male 5-10 b 1821-1825 *1 female 20-30 b 1801-1810 * 2 females 5-10 b 1821-1825 * 2 females <5 b 1826-1830 (Poss Sarah F md 1849 ) This does not fit Rhoda age bracket, location makes it possible it is her and that she never married.

[NI1044] This line provided by Dennis Yancey Birth and death dates of children are taken from Leighton-Frances family B ible Henrietta and Addison were the only children to marry Louisa County Probate Records Cty. Lou, Book: 12, Page: 325, John Smith, T ype: Sett, Date: Estate John Smith in account with Samuel A. Guy Exor. Pd A. F. Gentry lega cy for Martha D. Gentry. P. Louise Thomas her legacy. John J. Black lega cy of Anna S. Sims. John carpenter legacy of his wife Ann Carpenter. Natha niel Talley legacy of his wife Sally Tally. Henrietta Q. Simms her legac y. Meredith Johnson's wife legacy. Frances Thomasson (dau. G. T.) Her lega cy. Garland Duke legacy of Frances Duke. William Terry's legacy. Jose ph W. Terry legacy. B. Johnson legacy of his wife Frances Johnson. D. M. A nderson and Elizabeth L. Anderson her legacy. pd. Leighton Nuckolls lega cy of Frances Nuckolls. Garland Duke legacy of Frances Duke. lega cy of M. H. Harris his wife and daughter of N. Barrett. Patty Thomasson h er legacy. 1849 DECEASED  Randolph. YEAR  [1854]. NOTE  Slave. NOTE  Gender: Male. NOTE  Date of death: June 21, 1854. NOTE  Cause of death: Dysentery. NOTE  Age at death: 19 years. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1854. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Leighton, owner. OTHER NAME  Lavina, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Leighton, informant (Owner). DECEASED  Taylor. YEAR  [1854]. NOTE  Slave. NOTE  Gender: Male. NOTE  Date of death: June 20, 1854. NOTE  Cause of death: Dysentery. NOTE  Age at death: 10 years. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1854. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Leighton, owner. OTHER NAME  Jane, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Leighton, informant (Owner). DECEASED  Henry. YEAR  [1854]. NOTE  Slave. NOTE  Gender: Male. NOTE  Date of death: June 1854. NOTE  Cause of death: Dysentery. NOTE  Age at death: 4 years. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1854. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Leighton, owner. OTHER NAME  Eliza, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Leighton, informant (Owner). DECEASED  Frederick. YEAR  [1854]. NOTE  Slave. NOTE  Gender: Male. NOTE  Date of death: June 18, 1854. NOTE  Cause of death: Dysentery. NOTE  Age at death: 14 years. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1854. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Leighton, owner. OTHER NAME  Mahala, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Leighton, informant (Owner). DECEASED  Edmund. YEAR  [1856]. NOTE  Slave. NOTE  Gender: Male. NOTE  Date of death: May 1856. NOTE  Cause of death: Whooping cough. NOTE  Age at death: 9 months. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1856. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Leighton, owner. OTHER NAME  Eliza, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Leighton, informant (Owner). DECEASED  Charles. YEAR  [1854]. NOTE  Slave. NOTE  Gender: Male. NOTE  Date of death: June 18, 1854. NOTE  Cause of death: Dysentery. NOTE  Age at death: 2 years. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1854. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Leighton, owner. OTHER NAME  Mahala, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Leighton, informant (Owner).

[NI1045] Hanover Co, VA Bk 14 p271 6Feb 1849 Will of Edmund B Nuckolls.  Mentions Dau. Maria Louisa Talley, wife of Anderson Talley, Dau. Rhoda Elizabeth Talley, wife of Nathan Talley, and children of both (no names), wife Martha Ann, and other children, Mary Frances, Henrietta Susan, Edmund Bias, Joseph Lewis, Jam es Polk and Patsy Elizabeth Nuckolls.  Executrix, Martha Ann Nuckolls a nd Witnesses, David Hunter, John Hunter. Proved 8 June 1857. DECEASED  Watson, A. E. YEAR  [1874]. NOTE  Race: White. NOTE  Gender: Female. NOTE  Date of death: -------- 0, 1874. NOTE  Place of death: Poor house. NOTE  Cause of death: Dropsy. NOTE  Age at death: 40 years. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1874. NOTE   Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by the Virginia G enealogical Society. SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Edmund, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Sarah, parent. OTHER NAME  Watson, James, consort. OTHER NAME  Poindexter, A. B., informant (Steward of the Poor House).

[DI1045] DECEASED  Nuckolls, Edmund B. YEAR  [1857]. NOTE  Race: White. NOTE  Gender: Male. NOTE  Date of death: May 23, 1857. NOTE  Cause of death: Shot himself. NOTE  Age at death: 56 years, 9 months. NOTE  Occupation: Farmer. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1857. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical Society. SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Wm., parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Henrietta, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Martha A., informant (Wife

[NI1046] Much of this family  provided by Dennis Yancey Additional on descendants of Reid by Ruby Talley Smith RUBYGEM@aol.com Also Bill Davidson  tunnelm@verizon.net Also from Linda Farrant, 564 Cherokee Rd, Cedartown, GA 30125 Joseph Nuckolls was not named in his father's will dated 1817 (Louisa County Will Book 6, page 50; recorded September 14, 1818). However, further research revealed a division of property of William's estate (Will Book 6, p age 325-328) on June 15, 1822. Joseph received an equal portion of the estate which, according to the will, was "to be divided among my children." Joseph C. Nuckolls, as he is repeatedly referred to in the personal property and land tax lists of Buckingham County, came to Buckingham County abo ut 1820, shortly after his father's death, a fairly wealthy young man.  He did not appear on the Buckingham County personal property tax lists until 1821, but already he was the owner of a least four male slaves, a very expensive commodity. (The record does not reveal the number of f emale slaves or males under 12 years). On September 20, 1831, according to Buckingham Church records found in the Virginia State Library Archives, Joseph and Elizabeth Ann became members of Buckingham Baptist Church. Joseph's wealth continued to grow and, by 1836, he had acquired over 1700 acres of land in Buckingham Count y.  One tract alone was over 800 acres in the Hunter Creek area. Tradition states that Joseph and Eliza had twelve children.  The Bible record accounts for only eleven children.  The 1840 census records only eleven. As the children grew, they followed their parents as members of Buckingham Baptist Church. On October 14, 1841, Charles J Nuckolls and Barbara A Nuckolls were accepted by baptism.  Nathan Nuckolls followed them on September 17, 1843.  Henrietta Nuckolls was baptized on August 16, 1846 and "Edward Nuckolls" was baptized on October 8, 1852. The church verifies the death of Elizabeth Ann Nuckolls (died June 16, 184 0) on August 20, 1840.  The marriage of Joseph and Mary Janetta C. Brooks ,daughter of Reid and Susanna Brooks, which took place on October 6, 18 41, was announced in the Religious Herald on December 30, 1841. The Nuckols Family Bible records their marriage on October 6, 1841.  (T he parents of Janetta Brooks was gleaned from the marriage of her broth er Vincent in 1864 and the fact that her son Reed was living with Susan na Brooks in 1860). Janetta gave Joseph three more children during their s hort marriage - Robert, Mary and Reed.  On October 28, 1847, obviously so on after Janetta's death (we know that Janetta gave birth to her son Reed on June 16, 1846), Joseph mar ried Elizabeth Neary Garrett. That record also appears in the Nuckols Fami ly Bible. Buckingham Baptist Church sites the death of Joseph on September 22, 185 3.  This corresponds to the Nuckols Family Bible.  This also correspon ds to the BVS record, which gives the cause of death as "measles". The B VS record also confirms that Joseph was born in Louisa County, but fai ls to name his parents. I am under the impression that Benjamin and all his brothers and sisters a re one L's. Joseph his farther changed the spelling of there names to sepa rate his family from his brothers, who supported the Church of England. Jo seph was a Baptist. Information at the Virginia Library, Nuckols Family Bible. Informants M rs Pinkey (Mrs Benjamin) Nuckols, Nuckols VA, Mrs Harry Harris, dau of Ben jamin Nuckols, Nuckols VA. Mrs C O Davidson, dau of Benjamin Nuckols, Nuck ols, VA From The Brooks of Virginia by Grace Montgomery Edwards, Gateway Press, Ba ltimore, MD 1985 p189 The Nuckols Connection Joseph Nuckols was born 17 Sept 1796. At the time his first wife die d, he was a man of substancial means. By 1834 he owned 380 acres on Green 's Creek just south of Reid Brooks property, another seventy acres on Sla te River, 143 additional acres on Green's Creek that was possibly near h is second wife's home, Locust Dale. He owned a total of 593 acres and twel ve slaves then. He continued to increase his holdings and by 1850 owned 14 66 acres and had thirty-nine slaves, making him one of the wealthiest m en in the county in land and personal property. All of his land was in t he same area as the Brooks family. From an economic viewpoint, Jeanette h ad certainly done well. Joseph was married first to Eliza Smith on 2 Nov 1 820. She was born 20 May 1802, and they had eleven children before her dea th on June 1840. Their home was on State Road 622 near Green's Creek, t wo miles west of the neighborhood then called Nuckols Virginia. Joseph Nuckols died on 22 Sept 1853 shortly after his fity-seventh birthday. Ann Elizabeth was only thirty when he died, and subsequently remarrie d. By 1860 all of the children were married or scattered among relative s. Robert Jones was living with his brother John, Mary Hale was living wi th her uncle Bezaleel Brooks, Reid C was living with his uncle Vincent Bro oks. Henry, Sally, Louise and Joseph were living with Samuel and Mary Will iams. Samuel Edward Williams had married Mary Elizabeth, widow of Joseph N uckols - exact relationship not known but possibly a brother of Joseph. Em ma Lee died 16 July 1862 in her eleventh year. If Joseph Nuckols made a will, any record of it was destroyed in the fi re of 1869. Destroyed, also was any information as to whom the administrat ion of his estate was entrusted. It may have been valued at more than $50, 000.00. From later court records it is determined that Bezaleel Brooks, br other of Joseph's second wife Jeanette Brooks, was made the guardian of t he minor children. By 1860 there had been a division of the land; the wid ow had been allotted 218 3/4 acres for life, and the children of the seco nd and third marriages, all minors, had been given an undivided intere st in 222 acres. There were many children to inherit the remaining 1,000 a cres or so and the many slaves. The extent of the involvement of Bezaleel Brooks in the estate is not clea r. Some speculation about it is included later in this history. IN 1869 a nd agin in 1876 he filed claims in Chauncery Court in behalf of the Nucko ls children against the estate of Richard and Sally Mosely. The relationsh ip between the Nuckols children and these Moseleys is also not clear. The claim did not amount to much, as the children were awarded only $91. 48 in the final estate settlement.

[DI1046] Name: «tab»Joseph Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»22 Sep 1853 Death Place: «tab»Buckingham, Virginia Age: «tab» Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Louisa, Virginia Occupation: «tab»Farmer Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»Mary E. Nuckols Father's Name: «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B06995-7 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2056973 Reference Number: «tab»L 8 P 19 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X516-9Q8 : accessed 7 April 2012), Joseph Nuckols.

[NI1047] Although this cannot be proven, Elizabeth Ann was most probably the daught er of Nathan Smith (d. 1833) of Buckingham County.  Joseph and Elizabeth n amed their first child Nathan, and Nathan Smith had a daughter the a ge of Elizabeth in his household in the 1810 Buckingham County Census.  Al so, in 1834, Joseph Nuckolls bought 143 acres of land from Nathan Smith.

[NI1048] Father: Vincent Reid Brooks, Sr. b. About. 1780 in Buckingham Co, VA Mother: Maria Susanna Agee b. 1786 in Buckingham Co, VA From The Brooks of Virginia by Grace Montgomery Edwards, Gateway Press, Ba ltimore, MD 1985 pg168 On Oct 6 1841 she married Joseph Nuckols. He was forty-five, had be en married before and had ten children: Eight of them were still at hom e, the youngest less than three years old, the next youngest five. Wheth er or not there was any parental objection to Jeanette's taking on the for midable task of becoming a mother to so many children will never be know n, but she was of age, sufficiently mature to know what she was doing, a nd did enter into this marriage. But not for long. Jeanette died less th an six years later on 16 June 1847, after bearing three children. She w as buried in the family graveyard a few hundred yards from the homestea d, Locust Dale. Her headstone is one of the few still legible there. It re ads: Erected to the Memory of Catherine Brooks Nuckols Died June 16 1847 Departed this life in the 30th year of her age. Children: ELizabeth- b. 1802-d ca 1882- m. 1818- Walter Garrott Mary Ann - b 1804-no death dates- married Hudnall Martha- ca 1806/10-1860/70, m, 1836 to Castilow Baber Sidney- 1812-1889 m Joseph Agee, Jr Maria S- 1814- no death date- married > Bradley Jenette-1817- 1847- m. Joseph Nuckolls Malissa- 1819-1854- m. 1839- Thomas Steger Bezaleel- 1822- 1883- m 1842 Nancy Mosely Emily- ca 1824- no other information Vincent- 1829-1894- m 1864- Emeline Ayres Leanna- 1828- no information

[NI1049] Family Bible names Elizabeth Neary Garrett Elizabeth had five children, the last being born eight months after Joseph 's death Henry, Sallye and Joseph are living with their mother in the household of Samuel Williams for 1860. ??? Groom's Name: «tab»Edward Sacra Groom's Birth Date: «tab» Groom's Birthplace: «tab» Groom's Age: «tab» Bride's Name: «tab»Annie E. Nuckolls Bride's Birth Date: «tab» Bride's Birthplace: «tab» Bride's Age: «tab» Marriage Date: «tab»10 Dec 1855 Marriage Place: «tab»Louisa, Virginia Groom's Father's Name: «tab» Groom's Mother's Name: «tab» Bride's Father's Name: «tab» Bride's Mother's Name: «tab» Groom's Race: «tab» Groom's Marital Status: «tab» Groom's Previous Wife's Name: «tab» Bride's Race: «tab» Bride's Marital Status: «tab» Bride's Previous Husband's Name: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»M86881-0 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»32190 Reference Number: «tab»P474 Source Citation "Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRQK-1Z3 : accessed 31 March 2012), Annie E. Nuckolls (1855).

[NI1056] Elizabeth Loftin (Wife) b. 5 Apr 1805 in Sussex County, VA Marriage: 17 MAY 1827 in Madison County, AL Children: Sarah Elizabeth Toone b. 11 Mar 1828 in Alabama Lewis H. Toone b. 1830 Rebecca Jane Toone b. 7 May 1831 in Hardeman County, TN Mary Ann Toone b. 1834 James A. Toone b. 1835 Nancy L. Toone b. 1837 Elizabeth Ann Toone b. 1840 John W. Toone b. 1841 Frances K. Toone b. 1842 Margaret Louise Toone b. 1843 Andrew J. Toone b. 1845 Virginia L. Toone b. 2 Sep 1849 George R. Toone b. 1853 Ruth Toone

[DI1059] Name: «tab»Fannie Francis Herriman Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»16 Jun 1930 Event Place: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab»Married Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»72 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1858 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Unknown Spouse: «tab»Joseph Herriman Father: «tab»Richard Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman, County Mother: «tab»Lucendy Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman, County Occupation: «tab»Housewife Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Hardeman Co. Burial Date: «tab»17 Jun 1930 Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184115 Image Number: «tab»438 Film Number: «tab»1876772 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 27931

[NI1060] 1920 Hardeman Co, Dist 6, TN ED45     Will A Nuckolls, TN TN TN, 59    Jennie, wife, 25 TN   (probably daughter Jennie)    Leonard, grandson, 9 TN

[DI1060] Name: «tab»William Albert Nuckolls Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»27 Sep 1951 Event Place: «tab»Madison, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab»widowed Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»91 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»3-6-1860 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Richard Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother: «tab»Lucinda Lillard Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»farmer Street Address: «tab»FRD3 Jackson TN Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Vernon Burial Place: «tab»Hardeman Co Burial Date: «tab»9/29 Informant: «tab»G I Maroney Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4181467 Image Number: «tab»1196 Film Number: «tab»2372452 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 51-21049

[HI1062] (Research):In all probability, James lived until after the formation of Hanover County in 1720 and the separation of St Paul's Parish from St Peter's. He was probably in comfortable circumstances as he was taxed on 300 acres in these Parishes James was living in New Kent County, Virginia, in 1695. The evidence supporting this is the baptism of his son James, in St. Peter's Parish By subdivision of counties and parishes, and without changing his place of  residence, his place would now be in the parish of St. Paul in the County of Hanover. After 1727, his daughter, Susannah appears as his successor in the land records, thus setting the  approximate  date  of his death.      (Source-"First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred" by Bertha Nuckolls and Sally Tongren) At the time of the printing of that book up until 10/11/2011 it was believed that this was Susannah Pouncey, wife of James. We now know it was his daughter. "The books in the State Land Office in Richmond show that, as early as 1720, the settlers were taking up tracts of land in the territory now  forming Louisa.................

[DI1062] A Loyalist Claim: The Will of James Nuckolls of Hanover County and Other Papers Abstracted by Susan B Chiarello[i] These land records are found in the Colonial Records Project records at the Library of Virginia.[ii] The claim  was for  Samuel Gist, a British loyalist who was trying to reclaim his considerable fortune. This land claim is in Hanover.Howerer, it originally la , in New Kent, Most importantly, Coldham [iii]in his work transcribes the purchase from  Chiles as Nicol (Nichols) which was the waythis is written in the land assigninent from Chiles. However, in all documents thereafter,  including the release of' dower of' Mary Chiles, John Chile's 's wife', the surname is most certainly Nuckols or a variation. Since these are original signatures attested to by clerks,  of the court; the surname should most probably be read as Nuckols. While many of the documents that pertain to this  parcel of land are copies from the court, the patent (recorded in Virginia Land Office Patent Book 8, p. 97), Mary Chiles's dower release and John Chiles assignment of the patent appear to be original documents with original signatures In the name Of God Amen, I James Nuckolls of Hanover County thanks be to God being of sound and perfect memory have thought fitt to constitute and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following lmprimis  I give my Soul in the hands of almighty, god my heavenly maker in hopes through the meritorious death and passion of my blessed Saviour Jesus Christ to Receive free pardon and remission of all my Sins and my Body I commit to the ground to be buried at the discretion of my executrix hearin after named and as to    at Real [tear] personal effects which God hath been pleased to bless me with I give and bequeath  in manner and Form following- Item -I give and bequeath to my Son John Nuckolls and his heirs forever the plantation whereon he now Lives and all the Land belonging to it from my upper Line down to a Run Commonly known by the name of Basseds Run" Item - I give and bequeath to my «u»«b»Daughter Susannah Nuckols «/u»«/b»the plantation whereon I now Live and all the land belonging to it from the aforesaid Basseds Run down to the Lower end of my land which joyneth on M’ Ralph Hunts Land to be and Remain to the us of my Sd* daughter during her natural life and after her decease to «u»«b»her son William Nuckols «/u»«/b»and his heirs forever Item -I give and bequeath to my son «u»«b»Sam' Nuckoll«/u»«/b»s one Shilling Item - I give and bequeath to my son «u»«b»James Nuckolls «/u»«/b»one Shilling Item - I give and bequeath to my daughter «b»Isbel Rattlef«/b» one Shilling Item -  I give and bequeath to my«u»«b» daughter Susannah Nuckoll«/u»«/b»s all my household goods and all my stock of Cattle and hoggs and all the Remainder of my Estate be it what nature or Quality forever I give to her and her heirs forever- Lastly I appoint my daughter Susannah Nuckolls Executrix of this my Last Will and Testament us witness my hand and seal this 21 day of December 1730 James } Nuckols Seal Phill Joyner Elizabeth Joyner At a court held for I Hanover County the fifth day of February 1730 This last Will and Testament James Nuckolls dec’d was this day proved in open Court by the oaths of Phillip Joyner and, Elizabeth Joyner the witnesses hereto and admitted to record Teste Arth'r. Clayton CC Copia Test Bartelot Anderson Henry Robinson Clerk [ii] Loyalist Claims, Series 11, Virginia Claims, AO 13/30,, folder G II, (Colonial Records Project, Survey Report 2246, microfilm roll 252, Library  of Virginia, Richmond, [i] Richmond, Va, Ms Chiarello is a VGS board member with ancestors from a number of burned record counties. [iii] A brief synopsis can be found in Peter Wilson Coldham, American Loyalist Claims, Vol 1 Abstracted from the Public Record Office Series 13, Bundles 1-35 and 37 (Washington, D.C., National Genealogical Society, 1980, 183 [1V] Abbreviation for “Said” Special thanks to Frederick (Pete ) Nuckols who found this document. For 300 years no one has located it because it was indexed at the courthouse as NICHOLS.  I suppose people did not wish to take the time to pull all of the Nichols to verify spelling accuracy.

[NI1063] Susannah was not mentioned in the will of James. Susannah's brother Anthony Pouncey sold out in Hanover about 1750 and migrated to SC where he established several Baptist churches. Found John Pounce has 1000 acres on Matadaguin Creek in 1672 with David Craford grantee.If we can show that Susannah Pounce is John Pounce's granddaughter then all of Susannah's descendants can go for the Colonial Dames.

[NI1065] 5 Sept 1723 Land Patent  Samuel NUCKOLS , 400 acres on north side of the S outh Anna at Holly Branch 2-12- 1742 Samuel Nuckolls named in adjoining land deed of Phillip Poindexter Goochland Co 5 March 1747 Phillip Poindexter, 400 acres in Goochland County at the head of Muddy Creek, adjoining the lans of Jacob Winfrey, William May and Samuel Nuckolls; granted Feb 12, 1742 to Francis Stegar, and by him assign ed to Foliot Power and by him assigned to said Poindexter, to whom it is now granted, March 5, 1747 1 July 1757, Louisa VA In the name of God Amen I Samuel Nuckolls of St. Martin's Parish in Loui sa County being in my perfect senses and memory do make this my Last Wi ll and Testament first I give my Soul to God my heavenly Maker hoping thro ugh the Death and passion of my blessed Savior to receive .... pardon a nd remission of all my Sins.  As to my Worldly Estate I dispose of it as f olloweth Item I lend to my wife's Daughter Ann Brown during her natural life four h undred acres of Land lying and being on Muddy Creek in Cumberland County w ith a plantation thereon to run down the ...... to the mouth of the spri ng branch so up to the back line .  The sd: four hundred acres of land .. .. during her natural life. Four slaves, Viz. York, Lucy, Dinah, and Litt le Lucy and their increases to her and her heirs and after her decea se my will and desire is that the above sd: land together with the sd: sla ves and their increases to be equally divided amongst the children of t he sd: Ann Brown.  But in case the sd: Ann Brown should depart this life w ithout issues of her body then and in that case my will and desire is th at the  sd: land and slaves and their increases be equally divided among st all the rest of her sisters or the survivors of them to them and the ir heirs forever. Item I lend to my wife's Daughter Elizabeth Parker during her natural li fe four hundred acres of land with a plantation thereon commonly called Di ck's  lying and being on Muddy Creek in Cumberland County to be .......on. .........on  the back line as on the crook & also Lend her during her Natu ral Life three slaves, Viz: Peter, Jack(?) and Patt and all their increas es to her and her heirs and after her decease my will and desire is that t he above sd: four hundred acres of land together with the sd: three slav es and their increases to be equally divided amongst all the children of s d: Elizabeth Parker to them and their heirs forever. Item I lend to my wife's Daughter Susanna Brown during her Natural Life fo ur hundred and seventy five acres of Land lying and being on Deep Cre ek in Cumberland County with a plantation thereon ...........the ......... ........house.  I also lend her during her Natural Life three slaves Vi z:  Daniel Christian and Will and all their increases to her and her hei rs and after her decease my will and desire is that the above sd: four hun dred and seventy five acres of land together with the sd: slaves and the ir increases to be equally divided amongst all the children of the sd: Susanna Brown to them and their heirs forever.  But in case the sd Susanna Br own should depart this life without issues of her body then and in that ca se my will and desire is that the above sd: four hundred and seventy fi ve acres of land together with the sd: three slaves and their increas es be equally divided amongst all the rest of her sisters and the survivo rs of them to them and their heirs forever. Item I lend to my daughter Sarah Powel (?)  during her Natural Life thr ee slaves Viz: Dick Nanny and Sarah and their increases to her and her hei rs and after her Decease my will and desire that the above sd: three slav es  and their increases be equally divided amongst all the children of t he sd: Sarah Powel(?)  to them and their heirs forever. Item I lend to my beloved daughter Judith Nuckolls during her natural li fe five hundred and twenty five acres of land Lying and being in Cumberla nd County and joining the other lands mentioned ............... .......... ...     I also lend her during her Natural Life the three following slav es Viz: ............and Will and their increases. ........and after her de cease my will and desire is that the above sd: five hundred and twenty fi ve acres of land together with the sd: slaves and all their increase be eq ually divided amongstall  the children of the sd: Judith Nuckolls to th em and their heirs forever.  But in case the sd: Judith Nuckolls should de part this life without issue of her body then and in that case my will a nd desire is that the above sd: five hundred and twenty five acres of la nd together with the sd: three slaves and their increases be equally divid ed amongst all the rest of her sisters or the survivors of them to them a nd their heirs forever. Item I lend to my daughter Frances Shelton upon the acco.................. ..given up her Right and Title to any of my negroes the two plantations wh ereon I now live Containing by Estimate six hundred and thirteen acres dur ing her Natural Life.  I also Lend her during her Natural Life one neg ro of the name Tom and one old negro of the name Jonny to her and her hei rs and after her Decease my will and desire is that the above sd: six hund red and thirteen acres of land with the sd: slaves Tom and Jonny be equal ly divided amongst the children of the sd: Frances Shelton to them and the ir heirs forever.  But in case the sd: Frances Shelton should depart th is life without issues of her body then and in that case my will and desi re is that the above sd: six hundred and thirteen  acres of land togeth er with the sd: slaves Tom and Jonny and their increases to be equally div ided amongst all the rest of her sisters or the survivors of them to th em and their heirs forever. Item My will and desire is that after..................................... ..............the rest of my estate not lent or given before be it of wh at quality or nature soever to...............................ving perso ns Viz: Ann Brown  Elizabeth Parker  Susanna Brown  Sarah Powel  Judith Nu ckolls and  Frances Shelton to them and their heirs forever. But the cr op as is made on my plantation as I now live upon to be .................. .........three girls as live with me Viz: Ann   Susanna  and Judi th as is made this ongoing year .....................every one a sha re of my Estate may contribute.  So much as will find clothing for old Jon ny ....................and to find eatables for her.  I Desire my Estate n ot be appraised and I Likewise Constitute and appoint my son-in-law Pet er Shelton and my Loving Brother James Nuckolls to be Sole executors of th is my Last will and Testament....................................as witne ss my hand and seal  this first day of July one thousand seven hundred a nd fifty seven. Item...........................that my daughters Susanna Brown and Judi th Nuckolls may have liberty of working their negroes on the land and plan tations ...................for the term of three years as witness my ha nd and seal this first day of July one thousand seven hundred and fif..... ....en.                                                                Samuel Nucko lls  (Wax Seal)                At a Court for Louisa C................August 1757                This Will was this day...............the oaths of all the w itnesses thereto and admitted to                 ....................Recorded.      .......Jas.  Littlepa ge Clr. Cor. Signed in the presence of Andrew Hunter the mark of Gorge (mark)  Hunter Pouncey Anderson Notes of the transcriber (Neil Shelton):   i) This is transcription from a copy of a copy.  The original is probab ly in a dusty box somewhere in the Louisa clerk's office. Probably almo st all of this will could be recovered by referring to the original, and m ost by simply referring to the first copy.   ii) There were two other pages which I did not copy.  They were photogra phs of the front and the back of the will in the folded state. These had w riting identifying the will and its date. iii) If you should go look for this will the the book "Wills not Fully Pr oven 1757-1902" please note that cover page (photograph of the front of t he will in folded form) is out of place and is at the end of the other pag es while it should be the first.  This makes the will hard to find. iv) **Sarah Powel may not be a Powel. I had trouble with this surname. v) I had trouble with the part about Clothing for old Jonny, etc. vi)The handwriting of the last item (working the slaves) see ms to me to be slightly different. ** Email from Ann Avery Hunter 11/18/2011 Sanseann@triad.rr.com Powell is correct. Sarah married Samuel Powell who died in Goochland Co, VA in 1798. Samuel's legal documents name him as Powell, but he used the name Samuel Hunter in daily life, and his two sons took the Hunter name after he died. I believe that Samuel was an illegitimate son of Andrew Hunter of Louisa Co., and Andrew and his son George Hunter were witnesses of Samuel Nuckolls' will. Book on Frances Shelton Nuckolls: "Lloyd House"  This quaint little saddlebag house, located at the intersec tion of Routes 715 & 610 on the north side of the South Anna River (th is is in the Jackson District of Louisa Co.--I think this would be the sou theast part of the County.  I know Green Springs District and Louisa Distr icts which are on the way to Albemarle County), stands on land which was p atented in 1723 by Samuel Nuckolls.  When Samuel died, he left this la nd to his daughter, Frances, who married Peter Shelton around 1758.  A lie utenant in the Revolutionary War, Peter Shelton died in 1803.  In the divi sion of his estate, his daughter, Elizabeth, who in 1778 had married Jo hn Atkinson, received the Lloyd House property.  In 1813 the Atkinsons so ld her inheritance of 451 1/2 acres of land to John Shelton, Jr.  In 184 5, after the latter's death, the property ended up in a lengthy law suit a nd was finally sold in 1857 to Mtthew Lloyd.  No more mention of Nuchols. Bk 3 p204 Indenture 10 May 1739  Samuel Nuckolls of Hanover Co. sells to Richard Stain of Carrolind(?) Co. for the sum of 30pds 400ac "on the Sou th side of  James River and upon Muddy Creek."  Witnesses, William Woodso n, John Sorrell and William T. Wadlow. Nuckols Bond for Administration of Nuckols Estate/ Aug. 23, 1757/ Aug. 23, 1757 - 1,000 pounds British currency James Nuckols, Peter Shelton, James Nuckols Junior, Thomas Shelton/ Jam es Nuckols, Peter Shelton, James Nuckols Junior, Thomas Shelton, Thomas Pa ulet, John Petus, William Johnson Condition:  James Nuckols and Peter Shel ton as Executors of the will of Samuel Nuckols-(Source-"Louisa County Reco rds You Probably Never Saw of 18th Century Virginia" Compiled By John C. B ell) Hanover Co, VA Inventory Bk 1743-1766 p47 Inventory of Samuel Nuckols of Louisa Co. 3 M ay 1758, done by James Nuckols, Peter Shelton.  Witnesses, Daniel Targerso n, John Dorbel Sr. Genealogies of Virginia Families IV, The Poindexter Family - pg 837 Phillip Poindexter, 400 acres in Goochland County at the head of Muddy Cre ek,  adjoining lands of Jacob Winfrey, William May and Samuel Nuckolls; gr anted  February 12, 1742 to Francis Stegar, and by him assigned to Foli ot Power and  by him assigned to said Poindexter, to whom it is now grante d; March 5, 1747 History of Louisa Co, VA pg 6 Land patents , Samuel Nuckolls, 5 September 1723, 400 acres on north si de of the South Anna at Holly Branch Thomas Shelton and his wife Ann, parents of Peter who married Francis Nuck olls, lived at the Head of Long Creek, Trinity Parish, Louisa Co Va.  The ir neighbors were James and Charles Nuckolls. Jane's father Samuel, thou gh he may not have lived in the particular area, was related and Jane a nd Peter may have met during visitation of the Nuckolls. Samuel Nuckolls d id own land on the North Anna River, near Long Creek. (From Cavaliers a nd Pioneers, Patent Book No 12 p140 dated 22 Feb 1724) Samuel Nuckolls w as granted 400A on the North side of the South Anna River at the Mou th of Holly Creek in Hanover county. In part, this would later become Loui sa County. Goochland County DEED BOOK 4 Page 563  May 14, 1745 from James Bleavin Sr of Brunswick County, to Robe rt Duglis of Goochland fo 30 (pounds) a certain tract of 295 acres of la nd in Goochland and both sides of Little Muddy Cr, and bounded by Richa rd Taylor, said James Bleavin, Ashford Hughes, William Walton, Samuel Nuck ols, which said land was granted to the said James Bleavins by patent dat ed Aug 15, 1737. Signed James his mark Bleavens  Wit- Henry Dillon, Eleze be her mark Thyro, Henry Webb, John his mark Blevings. Observations of this family made by Neil Shelton June 19, 1998 SMTP:Shelto n@martech.fsu.edu In my overly fertile imagination, I see Samuel Nuckolls marrying a young w idow with three young daughters about 1730-1735. I then see that Samuel a nd Elizabeth have three additional daughters of their own. (Of course t he other possibility is that Samuel could have had his three daughte rs by a previous wife who died.) On July 1 1757 three of the girls are mar ried and three are not. daughter Elizabeth Parker is married and has a chi ld or children. I believe she had at least one child since Samuel did n ot include the contingency clause about ---"But in the cas---should depa rt this life without issues of her body". The other two daughters, Ann Bro wn and Susanna Brown are unmarried and so earn the "issue" clause. Clear ly this Elizabeth was married to a man named Brown before her marria ge to Samuel Nuckolls. Two of the Nuckolls girls, Sarah and Frances, are m arried, Sarah is married to a man named Powell and Frances married to Pet er Shelton. Sarah had at least one child (she is exempt from the issue cla use) and Frances has none (she gets the issue clause; actually, we know in dependently that the first child of Frances Nuckolls and Peter Shelton w as born later in November 1758 and was named after Samuel. Judith Nuckol ls is not married and so gets the issue clause. The three unmarried girl s, Ann, Susanna and Judith are living with Samuel. His wife Elizabeth h as died. I imagine that Judith is the daughter who looks after his person al needs, summons the doctor, etc since he refers to her as "my beloved da ughter Judith Nuckolls". I see Frances Shelton receiving the best proper ty (since it is where Samuel was living) "Nuckolls Neck" in Louisa Count y. At sic hundred and thirteen acres, it was also the largest plot. He com pensated somewhat by giving her only one slave plus another "Old Jonny", w ho was probably too old to work and was just a burden. Samuel was obvious ly fond of Old Jonny, as he wanted to make sure she was provided for wi th respect to clothing and "eatables". I think he gave the best proper ty to Frances since she had recently married Peter Shelton and this coup le was available to move in and take care of the home place. It may be th at Frances and Peter were already managing the plantation and were in cont rol of all of the salves, since Frances is to receive her land "upon the a cco....gave up her Right and Title to any of my negroes.". This phrase wou ld appear to have been inserted to accomodate the concerns fo the other da ughters about some special status Frances had with respect to the slave s. The last sentence of the will which was added as an afterthought may ha ve had something to do with this. It does not make sense that Susanna Bro wn and Judith Nuckolls meed to get permission to work their own negroes f or a term of three years. They have these megroes for life. Something stra nge is going on here. It would appear that Samuel's daughter Sarah Powe ll has already been provided for with respect to land (probably 400-600 ac res) since she is to receive only 3 slaves. The fact that Samuel lent h is land and negroes to these six women for the terms of their lives so th at only the grandchildren would be able to sell any of it upon the dea th of their mother is interesting. This is a two-edged sword. During th is period the men pretty much controlled the wife's property, so Samuel, h as given complete protection to his daughter's property against unscrupulo us husbands who might seize upon it and cast the daughter aside. On the ot her hand, it restricts the daughters to either live on and work the la nd or else rent it out. They cannot sell the land in order to avail themse lves of opportunities to acquire better properties, etc. If they marry m en who are already established on other land, there is likely to be an eco nomic penalty. The will reflects something about the character of Samuel N uckolls. It is clear that Samuel Nuckolls took his wife's three daughte rs and raised them even as his own. He places these three women first in h is will. They receive properties comparable to those given to his own natu ral daughters. The last sentence refers to "my daughters Susann Brown a nd Judith Nuckolls". He has to be admired for this. He is obviously on go od terms with his brother James as he refers to james as "my loving broth er James Nuckolls" and made him executor along with Peter Shelton. The dea th of Samuel Nuckolls must have generated a considerable amount of turmo il and stress in the lives of the three daughters who were living with hi m. They needed to take their negroes and move down to Cumberland Count y. Of course these properties in Cumberland may have been under the direct ion of overseers and the negroes may have already been inplace. I wonder h ow the fared on their own.

[HI1067] (Research):Most trees start with James Nuckolls, born 1670, the son of this James Nuckolls or Nuccol.  He is sometimes also called "James Nuckolls, the immigrant ancestor" to indicate that he is the first of the line to come to the U .S.  Various family trees speculate that he may have had an illustrious background and ancestral lines, but no references have been given for those statements. "Biographical Dictionary of Early Virginia 1607 -1660" Kunckles  James Subject of a headright  1657  York County It is my understanding that headright was generally a grant of 50 acres  of land for settling in America paid for by the individual or by someone else  in his stay. " (This takes place too early for James born c1650 indicating his fathers name was possibly James also) James may have been indentured to acquire land. It appears that he was so far from Jamestown, that his inland neighbor could have been Chief Powhatan. For over three hundred years, there have been Nuckols families in Scotland, so James could have very well been from there. Whatever his roots, James was a yeoman, a man who worked for years to earn the right to a piece of land. A small piece, by the standards of the James River planters, but land of his own, that may still be in the possession of his descendants, some three hundred years later. A letter coped Aug 31, 1957 by Bertha Nuckolls, written by Ann Elizabeth Nuckolls, daughter of Nathaniel Nuckolls, granddaughter of Thomas Nuckolls " ....his ancestors came from Dunfermline, Scotland, and settled in Virginia."" (The author of this biography was a grandaughter of Thomas Nuckolls who married Anne Terry, told to her by her father Nathanial Nuckolls) History of Ohio, American Historical Society, Chigaco, 1925. Section V pg 302 "While analysis of the surname Nuckols seems to indicate a remote German origin, the American branch of the family traces its lineage to a sturdy Scotchman, who was a substansial shipbuilder in Scotland, where he maintained his home in the City of Glasgow. According to well established family tradition there were nine Nuckols brothers who came from Scotland to America, and their posterity is now scattered about in different states of the union. Investigation made by respresentatives of later generations of the family all seem to indicate a common ancestor, the Glasgow shipbuilder. " From a self published book by Frances C Griffin, 1313 Butts Station Road, Chesapeake, VA 23320 entitled "Nuckles of Virginia" "It says by tradition in the Nuckles family that three brothers came from York England. They were merchants. Their names were John, James and William. They came to Jamestown Virginia. They, with the colonists came over and established the first permanent English colony in America....." Further support of this story is found in THE NEW RIVER FRONTIER SETTLEMENT ON THE VIRGINIA-NORTH CAROLINA BORDER 1760-1820 by Paula Hathaway Anderson-Green* Published in the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, V86: pgs. 413-431 ,1978. In Pioneer Settlers, Nuckolls states that according to family tradition three Nuckolls brothers from York, England, came to Jamestown, VA; their descendants spread out in Virginia. From the brother John came a line into Louisa Co., with a John who m. Mary Garland circa 1776. Then circa 1790 John and Mary's family moved from Louisa to New River on Meadow Creek, following a cousin Charles Nuckolls, who came in 1780. Eventually John and Mary returned to Louisa, but several sons remained in the Grayson area, as did descendants (some moved on to TN and KY) see Nuckolls, Ch. III. From Steven Knuckles I have heard from other sources that the surname James first used in the states, Nuccol, is the way it was written when he arrived. Lowland Scottish Gaelic pronounces what we would say as "I" as an "uh" sound, thus "Nuccol" vs. "Niccol" as it was probably written when he left Scotland. That being said, he could have possibly been a Nicol which, through the ages, probably had the "Mac", or "son of Nicol" dropped. The Anglicized version of this name is Nicholson (also son of Nichol). A Clan MacNicol existed in the early middle ages (1300s-1500s-ish) in Ross and on the Isle of Skye (Scottish Highlands and the Hebrides). If my reading memory serves, something happened with the paternal hierarchy of the clan and some merging occurred with Clan MacLeod. I would have to read up on this again for better accuracy. Letter written in 1935 by Samuel Nuckolls from a letter written by Elizabeth Ann Terry Nuckolls Ware from Waco Texas before she died. About the close of the Revolution, two Nuckolls brothers came and settled in Jamestown, VA. The eldest had married while in England a daughter of Dr Duke who after a while came over too and settled here. The younger brother married late in life and reared a large family which scattered about in Kentucky. The eldest who settled in louisa Co, VA was the father of thomas Nuckolls who married Anne Terry

[NI1076] From Albert Nuckols Nov 2006 we lost the family cabin by fire this year, but have redone the house that my grandfather built in 1913 with lots of the same furniture still there, the house is done as if it was still the 1940/50 era.

[NI1078] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Thomas R Nuckols Birth Year: 1908 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Maryland County or City: Baltimore City Enlistment Date: 7 May 1942 Enlistment State: Virginia Enlistment City: Richmond Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA 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 Education: 4 years of college Civil Occupation: Photographer, Aerial or Accountant or Auditor Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 66 Weight: 161

[NI1079] Name: Eugene Nuckols SSN: 226-07-1283 Born: 30 Sep 1909 Died: Apr 1959 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI1080] Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - February 27, 1999 Deceased Name: Charlottesville - Ms. Cornelia D. Nuckols Charlottesville - Ms. Cornelia D. Nuckols, 92, a retired Sovran Bank emplo yee. Name: Cornelia D. Nuckols SSN: 226-07-0390 Last Residence: 22901  Charlottesville, Albemarle, Virginia, United Stat es of America Born: 26 Oct 1906 Died: 25 Feb 1999 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[DI1081] Eugene M. Nuckols Jr. passed away on March 4, 2009, at the Colonnades Senior Living Community. Born on March 18, 1930, he was a lifelong resident of Charlottesville, Virginia, except for a short time when his work took him to Winter Haven, Florida. He was predeceased by his wife, Margaret Lafon Nuckols; his father, Eugene Sr.; his mother, Cornelia Dickinson Nuckols; his aunt, Nell Dickinson; and his aunt and uncle, Charles and Elizabeth Dickinson. Mr. Nuckols graduated from Lane High School with the class of 1949. He was active in Boy Scouts of America and was an Eagle Scout. During summers he served as lifeguard and swimming instructor at Lake Reynovia, where he met his wife Margaret, and at Fry Springs Beach Club. He received his Bachelor's Degree in Commerce from the University of Virginia in 1953. He served in the United States Navy and was stationed in Norfolk. He was employed first by State Farm Insurance Company as an adjuster, and he later worked for Centel and then Wagner Hearing Company. In his early years he was a member of the United Methodist Church and after marriage became a member of St. Mark Lutheran Church where he sang in their choir and was active in other ministries. Survivors include his daughter, Carolyn Nicholson and her husband, Cary, of Gordonsville, and their children, Courtney, Marshall and Jesse; his son, William Lafon Nuckols and his wife, Lisa, and their children, Lindsay and Ross of Charlottesville; his daughter, Melinda Nuckols and her son, Justin; and her special friend, Cornell Barbour of Charlottesville; his son, Kenneth and his wife, Kathy, and their children, Kevin and Kameron of Virginia Beach; and his sister-in-law, Carolyn Lafon Rader of Charlottesville. The family wishes to express their gratitude to the staff for the loving care given to their father during his stay at the Colonnades. Visitation will be at Hill and Wood Funeral Home from 7 until 8 p.m. Friday, March 6, 2009. Services will be held at St Mark Lutheran Church, 100 Alderman Road, Charlottesville, 11 a.m. Saturday, March 7, 2009, followed by committal at Holly Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers memorials may be sent to St Mark Lutheran Church, the «u»Alzheimer's Association «/u» or Hospice of the Piedmont.

[NI1082] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Travis H Nuckols Birth Year: 1912 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Hawaii Enlistment Date: 11 Mar 1943 Enlistment State: Virginia Enlistment City: Richmond Branch: 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) Education: 4 years of high school Civil Occupation: Laundry Machine Operator or Receiving Or Shipping Check er (Receiving and shipping clerk. ) Marital Status: Married Height: 86 Weight: 099 Name: Travis H. Nuckols SSN: 223-05-4792 Last Residence: 23228  Richmond, Henrico, Virginia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 12 Feb 1912 Died: 7 Jun 1991 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI1084] Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - July 2, 2002 Deceased Name: Nuckols, Edward R. Nuckols, Edward R., of Richmond and Chatham, a retired accounting departme nt employee of the Richmond Times-Dispatch, widower of Vernelle Locknan Nu ckols. Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - July 2, 2002 Deceased Name: NUCKOLS: Edward R. Nuckols Edward R. Nuckols of Richmond and Chatham, widower of Vernelle Locknan Nuc kols, died Sunday, June 30, 2002. He is survived by his son and daughter-i n-law, Albert W. and Debra A. Nuckols; two grandchildren, Alison and Jonat han Nuckols. Mr. Nuckols was a member of Centenary United Methodist Churc h. Remains rest at the Central Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home, 3215 Cutsh aw Ave., where the family will receive friends 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, and wh ere services will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 3, 2002. Interment in For est Lawn Cemetery. Name: Edward R. Nuckols SSN: 223-01-4537 Last Residence: 23233  Richmond, Henrico, Virginia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 3 Dec 1913 Died: 30 Jun 2002 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI1085] Name: Vernelle L. Nuckols SSN: 223-03-0454 Last Residence: 23226  Richmond, Henrico, Virginia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 6 May 1919 Died: 19 Mar 1999 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 ) Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - March 20, 1999 Deceased Name: Nuckols, Mrs. Vernelle Locknan Nuckols, Mrs. Vernelle Locknan, 79, of Richmond, a retired Reynolds Meta ls employee, wife of Edward R. Nuckols.

[NI1086] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Douglas W Nuckols Birth Year: 1916 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Virginia County or City: Henrico Enlistment Date: 26 Mar 1941 Enlistment State: Virginia Enlistment City: Richmond Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA Grade: Private Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Education: 1 year of college Civil Occupation: Engineering Aide (Designated Field) or Sales Clerk Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 66 Weight: 149

[NI1087] Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - September 26, 2003 Deceased Name: Nuckols: Helen Harvey Nuckols Helen Harvey Nuckols, age 83, of 2526 N. Main Street, Danville, died Wedne sday, September 24, 2003 at Roman Eagle Memorial Home in Danville. She w as born on November 14, 1919 in Pittsylvania County, the daughter of the l ate Charles Thomas Harvey and Flora Lee Dodd Harvey. She was the wife of t he late Douglas W. Nuckols. She is survived by two sons, Thomas R. Nucko ls and his wife, Charlene of Oak Ridge, N.C. and David D. Nuckols of Richm ond; three grandsons, G. Ryland Nuckols, T. Scott Nuckols and Brian D. Nuc kols; one granddaughter, Beverly E. Nuckols; two brothers, Louis Duaine Ha rvey of Hopewell and William Isaac Harvey of Chester; one sister, Kitty Ha rvey Myers of Martinsville, Va. She was a member of Moseley Memorial Unit ed Methodist Church in Danville, where funeral services will be conduct ed Friday, September 26, 2003 at 11 a.m. The Rev. Steve Vornov officiatin g. Burial in Highland Burial Park, Danville. The family will receive frien ds at 10 a.m. Friday morning prior to the funeral service. Scott Funeral H ome, Chatham, Va. is in charge of arrangements. Name: Helen H. Nuckols SSN: 225-01-0643 Last Residence: 24540  Danville, Danville City, Virginia, United Stat es of America Born: 14 Nov 1919 Died: 24 Sep 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1960 )

[DI1098] Name: «tab»James M. Keatts Gender: «tab»Male Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»03 Nov 1872 Death Place: «tab»Chatham Twsp., Pittsylvania Co., Virginia Age: «tab»45 Birth Date: «tab»1827 Birthplace: «tab»Pittsylvania Co. Occupation: «tab»Farmer Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»Susan Keatts Father's Name: «tab»Richard C. Keatts Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Tampy Keatts Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B06982-5 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2048580 Reference Number: «tab»Image 382 line 14 Source Citation "Virginia, Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XR7D-59Y : accessed 8 June 2012), James M. Keatts, 1827.

[DI1100] Name: «tab»Emma Argene Strange Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab»29 Dec 1919 Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»26 Dec 1919 Death Place: «tab»Washington D. C. Age: «tab»40 Birth Date: «tab»1879 Birthplace: «tab»Md. Occupation: «tab»Exumnier Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Susan Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Va. Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B01821-4 System Origin: «tab»District of Columbia-EASy GS Film number: «tab»2115938 Reference ID: «tab»cn256354

[DI1103] ame: «tab»Mildred D. Robertson Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»13 Jul 1895 Death Place: «tab»Pittsylvania, Virginia Age: «tab»49 Birth Date: «tab»1846 Birthplace: «tab»Pittsylvania Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»John Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»B. Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B06983-1 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2048581 Reference Number: «tab»e 34 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRSR-77K : accessed 8 April 2012), John Nuckols in entry for Mildred D. Robertson (1846).

[NI1115] 9 Children

[NI1132] Lived in CA.

[DI1132] California Death Index, 1940-1997 about Noel W Robertson Name: «tab»Noel W Robertson Social Security #: «tab»558505022 Sex: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»20 Aug 1880 Birthplace: «tab»Virginia Death Date: «tab»22 Dec 1970 Death Place: «tab»Placer

[DI1241] Name: «tab»T. Elizabeth Nuckolls Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»20 Mar 1937 Event Place: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»83-4-22 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1854 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman Co, Bolivar, TN Spouse: «tab»Single Father: «tab»William Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother: «tab»Zerelda Cotton Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Housework Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Nuckolls Cemetery Burial Place: «tab»Bolivar TN Burial Date: «tab»3/21/1937 Informant: «tab»Mrs G T Ingram Sr Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183416 Image Number: «tab»1568 Film Number: «tab»1876850 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 11518

[DI1242] Name: «tab»Lewis Alexander Nuckolls Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»01 Sep 1953 Event Place: «tab»Jackson, Madison, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab»single Race or Color: «tab»white Age: «tab»91 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»3-30-1862 Birth Date: «tab»3-30-1862 Birthplace: «tab»TN Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»William Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother: «tab»Zerelda Cotton Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Farmer Street Address: «tab»Rt 1 Bolivar, TN Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Nuckolls Cemetery Burial Place: «tab»Bolivar, TN Burial Date: «tab»9/2/1953 Informant: Mr Rob Ingram, Bolivar TN«tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4181498 Image Number: «tab»1351 Film Number: «tab»2372485 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»

[DI1243] Name: «tab»Priscilla Nuckolls Ingram Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»11 Sep 1951 Event Place: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab»widowed Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»92 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1859 Birth Date: «tab»7/21/1859 Birthplace: «tab» Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»William Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother: «tab»Zerelda Cotton Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»housekeeper Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Union Burial Place: «tab»Hardeman Co Burial Date: «tab»9/12 Informant: «tab»Mr R T Ingram Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4181467 Image Number: «tab»663 Film Number: «tab»2372452 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 51-20575

[NI1244] Goodspeeds History of Tennessee, Hardeman County  1887 George T. Ingram, one of the leading grocery merchants of Bolivar, was born in Hardeman County, October 10, 1851; he was the only child of Thomas and Mary Ingram, both of whom were born and raised in Hardeman County, and were consistent members of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. The father was a farmer by occupation, and a stanch Democrat. He was a highly respected man. His death occurred when he was but thirty-two years of age. Mrs. Ingram moved to Texas in 1856. There she married Dr. A. A. Prewitt, by whom she bore one son, J. A. Mrs. Prewitt died in 1860, at Jefferson, Tex. Our subject, George T., was principally raised in his native county, where he received a good common education. At the age of nine years he had to begin life for himself. He was possessed of more determination and force of character than many of his seniors and he managed to overcome the difficulties which surround the young and inexperienced. After reaching manhood he clerk ed for three years, at the same time handled notes, bonds, and conducted various transactions. In 1875 he estabhishmed a grocery store, and by courtesy to patrons, and chose attention to his affairs, has an extensive and profitable trade. He is one of the board of directors of the bank of Boliva r. He is a stanch Democrat, but takes no active part in politics. He has resided in the county about twenty-five years; nearly half of that time he has been connected with the business circles, and no man in the comm unity has a better record, or is more esteemed. In 1879 he married Miss Priscilla Nuckolls. Of the three children born to them, Mary and George T. are living, Neither Mr. nor Mrs. Ingram are church members, but they are a conscientious, charitable and upright couple universally respected.

[DI1244] Name: «tab»Geo T. Ingram Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»04 Oct 1923 Event Place: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab»Married Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»72 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1851 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman Co Tenn Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab»Unknown Mother: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Unknown Occupation: «tab»Merchant Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Bolivar Burial Date: «tab»08 Oct 1923 Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184098 Image Number: «tab»1892 Film Number: «tab»1299758 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»vol 26 cn 200

[NI1245] lived in Springfield, TN

[NI1247] Named in her fathers Will, found in book 9 page 85 Aug 1835 Court House Sp ringfield TN. Contributor of this family line: -Jean Harrison 1110 2nd St SW Cullma n, AL 35055 Data from her mother Hazel Ragsdale Hopkins in 1960

[HI1248] (Research):John Walton Nuckolls appears in the First Virginia Nuckolls & Kindred Book II on page 135 number 184 He may have been a silversmith before Coming to Hardeman County.  1850 Cen sus gives his occupation as a miller.  House 739, Age 52, Worth $150 0.  It is known that he and his brother Starling ran a mill on Piney Cree k, short distance from the home of Starling Nuckolls.  Courthouse Documen ts substantiate this. Notes Dictated by Amelia Nuckolls Stanfield Nov 11 1920 at age 89, granddau of Richard Nuckolls Bertha's comment is "Disappointed in love and did not marry until late in life.  He lived near Boliver TN." Page 306 says John Walton Nuckolls married Amelia Stanfield.  This has never been proven. Since the biography was written by Amelia Stanfield, it seems she was a little disoriented at age 89. Amelia Nuckolls married Silas Stanfield. She was born 1830. Information from Robert Leon Kennedy (descendants of Wm. W. Nuckolls), Jan uary 1999: "I will pass along all that I could get from my mother who is 70 and trying to remember all she was told as a young woman.  She does not believe th at John and Dolly were ever legally married.  She referred to her as a blanket wife.  Also she does not believe they came together to Arkansas.  Dolly may have stayed in TN.  John's grave is in the Case Cemetery near the Newton and Johnson County line (Hwy 23?).  There is no marker for anyone else, but there appears to be children's graves all around his, marked only by stones.  My mother does recall being told that at one time Dolly came to see the children, but was told that she couldn't until she began acting like a lady.  ?What that means is anyone's guess.  Also Mom recal ls a story about another woman in relation to John, and she believes there are records in Madison County, AR concerning this woman, John and possibly several children.  It is also possible that Dolly is the mother of the two children that you mentioned and allowed  to go to John.

[XI1248] Inscription: In Memory of John Nuckols departed this life, June 18, 1880 a ged 81 years  (photo of tombstone) Burial: Case Cemetery  Fallsville Newton County Arkansas, USA Record added: Feb 7 2002 By: Rosa Cline  clinefam@ritternet.com

[NI1250] Ardath Edwards notes say he died 11/30/1871

[NI1251] Richard Foote, Father of Olive Frances Foote. Nothing is known of his pare nts.  The record of the settlement of his estate in 1837 is found in Rober tson CO, TN Court Records Book 9 April( ????) 1837 pages 402, 408, 40?.  L etter from John T. Ragsdale, a grandson  and Brother of Alfred Ragsdale wr itten in 1931 to a Nephew James Henry Ragsdale, gives the names of the chi ldren of Tabitha Nuckolls Foote, Richard's widow, one of whom was Olive Fr ances Foote.  I have copy of this letter.  Mary Lambeth Ragsdale(Mrs. Dav id Wade) daughter of James Henry Ragsdale has the original. Jean Harrison Data from her mothers notes in 1960

[NI1256] Married a widow from Cross Plains TN.  -- Jean Harrison Data

[NI1257] Never Married.

[NI1260] Ancestral File LDS (17HP-16C) refers to Lucinda PORTER Married first ro a Mr Porter when she was 14 and he died 4 years later. Robertson Co, TN Abstracts of Chancery Court, Loose papers, 1844-1872 comp iled by Mrs Charles Durrett page 101 document # 600 re: petition for construction of will of Lewis Wells dec'd testate 1852 Widow, Sarah Daughters: Emily, Roxanne, Emily E V Wells Daughter: Lucinda Wells Nucholls wife of Lewis Nucholls Issue: Dr John Nucholls, Lewis Nucholls, Richard Nucholls, Amelia Nucholl s, Tempe Nucholls, Sarah Nucholls, Emma Nucholls Filed 1866 Will of Lucinda Nuckolls Signed 7-January-1886 Probated May Term 1892 Transcribed and Contributed by Jim Price © 2005 Source: Sumner County Tennessee, Will Book Vol. 5, pages 33 -? page 33 I, Lucinda Nuckolls being of sound mind and memory, do hereby make and wi ll and declare this to be my last will and testament, hereby revoking a nd making void all wills by me at any time made. Item 1st. I will that my funeral expenses and all of my just debts be fir st paid. Item 2nd. I may own at the time of my death, both real and persona l: of a legal and an equitable nature be equally divided between my two yo ungest daughters Sarah E. Nuckolls and Emma T. Nuckolls. Item 3. I hereby appoint my son Richard Nuckolls, executor of this will. Given under my hand this the 7th day of January 1886. Lucinda Nuckolls We the undersigned witnessed above will at the request of the testatrix a nd she acknowledged it to be her last will and testament and we sign ed it as subscribing witnesses at her request and in her presence, this 7 th day of January 1886. J. C. Gillespie E. Harris. State of Tennessee Sumner County Court May Term May 2nd 1892. A paper writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Lucinda Nu ckolls deceased was this day produced in open Court (and for probate)[see ms that the clerk put the word "and" in the wrong place] duly proven by t he oaths of J. C. Gillespie and E. Harris the subscribing witnesses there to when the same was ordered recorded as said last Will and Testament of L ucinda Nuckolls deceased. A true copy. Harris Brown Clerk

[NI1261] 1910 Bexar So, San Antonio, TX Archer? Sale, head, 55 M1x M32y KY KY DE  Real Estate Prop Sarah L, wife, 52, M1x, 10/8 TX TN TN Silas  A, son, 26 TX Anthony W, son, 24 TX Lucretia E, dau, 22, S Ida may 19 dau, S Flora, dau, 15 TX Helen M, dau, 9 TX Etta Fly Sale   granddau, 3, TX TX TX Amelia Stanfield, mother in law, 79, widow, md age 26  7/7 TN TN TN 1920 Bexar Co, San Antonio, TX Archie P Sale, head, 65, LA KY DE S E, wife, 61 TX TN TN Emma, dau, 30 TX Flora, dau, 24, TX Etta Fly, granddau, 13 TX Mrs Stanfield, mother in law 89 widow, TN TN TN

[NI1262] Silas and Amelia moved to the area around San Antonio TX in 1857. Death cert of son Adam gives fathers middle name as Walter

[NI1263] Joyce: In your query, you mention a Roena Ragsdale. I have been on this list for quite a long time, but hadn't checked in lately. My mother was a Ragsdale, d/o Squire Gorham Ragsdale, s/o Alfred Ragsdale, s/o Burre ll Ragsdale and Olive Frances Foote and she was the d/o Tabitha ROENA Nuckoll s and Richard Foote. There has to be a connection somewhere. I am trying to find Burrell's fath er - think it was Frederick but nothing proven. Burrell was born Dec 7, 1799 in Logan Co. Ky and died in 1877 in Logan Co. Ky. (I have picture of tombs tone) http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Ky/Logan/12870

[NI1266] Alfred when a young man rode off to join the Confederate Army in the War b etween the States(Civil War). He was well over six feet tall and weighed o ver 200 pounds.  His friends said he would not make it through the w ar as he was a large target.  He did, however, and opened a hotel in Sprin gfield TN. Source-Jean Harrison from her mothers notes from 1960

[NI1273] Was well known for her good deeds and ministering to the sick.  She di ed at 46.

[NI1277] Dau of James Sherrill and Sara Thomas

[NI1280] Groom's Name: «tab»Frank K. Luck Groom's Birth Date: «tab»1899 Groom's Birthplace: «tab» Groom's Age: «tab»18 Bride's Name: «tab»Helen Corinne Ragsdale Bride's Birth Date: «tab»1900 Bride's Birthplace: «tab» Bride's Age: «tab»17 Marriage Date: «tab»20 Sep 1917 Marriage Place: «tab»Davidson County, Tennessee Groom's Father's Name: «tab» Groom's Mother's Name: «tab» Bride's Father's Name: «tab» Bride's Mother's Name: «tab» Groom's Race: «tab» Groom's Marital Status: «tab» Groom's Previous Wife's Name: «tab» Bride's Race: «tab» Bride's Marital Status: «tab» Bride's Previous Husband's Name: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»M00045-6 System Origin: «tab»Tennessee-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»200323 Reference Number: «tab»15066

[NI1305] Family researcher dorislwhite@yahoo.com

[DI1305] Dallas Morning News 6/26/1952 Death Notices Nuckolls-William Preston, 1126 N Winnetka passed away Wednesday. Surviv ed by his wife; four daughters, Mrs Loraine Churchill, Miss Ethel Nuckoll s, Miss Myrtle Nuckolls, all of Dallas; Mrs A D White, Amarillo, Tex; Brot her manley W Nuckolls, Colorado City Tx. Chapel services will be Thursd ay 3 p.m the Rev Webster Carroll officiating. Interment in Restland Memori al Park Name: «tab»William Preston Nuckolls Death Date: «tab»25 Jun 1952 Death Place: «tab»Dallas, Dallas, Texas, United States Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»88 years 8 months 2 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»23 Oct 1863 Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»William P Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»retired ranchman Place of Residence: «tab»1126 N Winnetka St Cemetery: «tab»Restland Memorial Cemetery Burial Place: «tab»Dallas Burial Date: «tab»6/26/1952 Additional Relatives: Inf- Miss Myrtle Nuckolls«tab» Film Number: «tab»2075086 Digital Film Number: «tab»4136191 Image Number: «tab»00967 Reference Number: «tab»27302 Source Citation"Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JNZC-W26 : accessed 6 May 2012), William Preston Nuckolls, 1952.

[DI1306] Dallas Morning News 1/7/1962 Mrs Elizabeth Nuckolls, 91, of 1126 N Winnetka, a Dallas resident for 40 years, died Saturday at her home. She was born in Toone, TN, and moved to Coleman, Coleman County in 1906, living there until moving to Dallas. She was a  member of the Kessler Park Baptist Church. Survivors are a son Manley W Nuckolls of Big Spring; four daughters, Miss Myrtle Nuckolls, Miss Ethel Nuckolls and Mrs Loraine Churchill of Dallas and Mrs A D White of Amarillo; 11 grandchildren, 26 great grandchildren and two gggrandchildren. Fu neral services will be held at 11:30 a.m. Monday in Restladn Memorial Chap el, Greenville and Valley View Lane, with the Rev Lee Grady officiating. Burial will be in Restland Memorial Park Texas Death Index, 1903-2000 Name: Frances E Nuckolls Death Date: 6 Jan 1962 Death County: Dallas Certificate: 1735

[NI1307] Name: Loraine Churchill SSN: 450-34-4232 Last Residence: 75149  Mesquite, Dallas, Texas, United States of America Born: 19 Nov 1892 Died: Dec 1979 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 ) Texas Death Index, 1903-2000 about Cassie Churchill Name: Cassie Churchill Death Date: 11 Dec 1979 Death County: Tarrant Gender: Female

[DI1309] Name: «tab»Manley Whitacker Nuckolls Death Date: «tab»13 Jul 1972 Death Place: «tab»Big Spring, Howard, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»75 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1897 Birth Date: «tab»8/11/1896 Birthplace: «tab»TN Marital Status: «tab»wid WWI Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»W. P. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Elizabeth Thompson Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» unavailable Place of Residence: «tab»644 Manor Lane Cemetery: «tab»Colorado City Burial Place: «tab»Colorado City TX Burial Date: «tab»7/13/1972 COD Multiple Sclerosis. , heart attack Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2223924 Digital Film Number: «tab»4169218 Image Number: «tab»1012 Reference Number: «tab» Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JD1L-98R : accessed 6 May 2012), Manley Whitacker Nuckolls, 1972.

[NI1310] Appeared in hundreds of newspapaer articles in the Dallas Morning News. She was very involved socially with parties,  teas, sororities, social activities, etc.

[DI1310] Dallas Morning News 8/20/1964 Funeral Services for Miss Myrtle Nuckolls of 1126 N Winnetka, a retired ca shier at Dallas Federal Savings & Loan Assoc, will be held at 10 am Frid ay in Kessler Park Baptist Church. Burial will be in Restland Memorial Par k. Miss Nuckolls, died Wednesday in Dallas. She was a member of the Ord er of the Eastern Star and the Kessler Park Baptist Church. Survivors, thr ee sisters, Miss Ethel Nuckolls and Mrs Lorraine Churchill of Dallas and M rs A D White of Amarillo; and a brother Manley W Nuckolls of Big Spring. Dallas Morning News 8/21/1964 Death Notices NUCKOLLS-Miss Myrtle, 1126 N Winnetka. Survivied by sisters Miss Ethel Nuc kolls, Mrs Lorraine Chruchill, both of Dallas. Mrs A D (Bess) White of Ama rillo, Tx; brother Manley W Nuckolls of Big Spring Tx, several nieces a nd nephews. Services at 10 a.m. Friday . Interment Restland. Pallbearer s; W L Mosby, Fred Rebworth, Bryan McNinn, J L Reagan, L W Thigpen, V L Sa uer Name: «tab»Myrtle Nuckolls Death Date: «tab»19 Aug 1964 Death Place: «tab»Dallas, Dallas, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»65 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»21 Jul 1899 Birthplace: «tab»Bolivar, Tennessee Marital Status: «tab»Single Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»William Preston Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Elizabeth Frances Thompson Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Cashier-Savings & Loan Place of Residence: «tab»Dallas, Dallas, Texas 1123 N Wannetka Cemetery: «tab»Restland Cemetery Burial Place: «tab»Dallas, Texas Burial Date: «tab»21 Aug 1964 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2117595 Digital Film Number: «tab»4028380 Image Number: «tab»3444 Reference Number: «tab»CN 48871 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J6MK-GFP : accessed 6 May 2012), Myrtle Nuckolls, 1964.

[NI1311] Dallas Morning News 6/10/1968 Altrusa Club of Oak Cliff presented Miss Ethel Nuckolls its 1968 Mature Wo man Award.

[NI1312] Father: Thomas Jefferson Churchill b. 14 Feb 1859 in Washington Co, TX Mother: Georgia Ann Smith b. 10 Nov 1861 in Lee Co., TX Texas Death Index, 1903-2000 about Sidney Samuel Churchill Name: Sidney Samuel Churchill Death Date: 22 Feb 1942 Death County: Coleman Certificate: 6328

[NI1313] Social Security Death Index about Wallace W. Churchill Name: Wallace W. Churchill SSN: 457-07-3212 Born: 1 May 1914 Died: May 1992 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 )

[NI1318] Family researcher- dorislwhite@yahoo.com (Doris White)-granddaughter

[HI1331] (Research):Name: Ida M Nuckolls Titles: Gender: Female Marital status: Single Death date: 18 Aug 1971 Death county: Howard Death place: Howard, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[DI1331] Name: «tab»Ida Marie Nuckolls Death Date: «tab»18 Aug 1971 Death Place: «tab»Big Spring, Howard, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»75 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab»2/10/1896 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Ar Marital Status: «tab»md Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»John T. Stovall Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Browning Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab»644 Manor Ln Cemetery: «tab»Colordao City Cem Burial Place: «tab»Colorado City,TX Burial Date: «tab»8/20/1971 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2223316 Digital Film Number: «tab»4169357 Image Number: «tab»996 Reference Number: «tab»1001 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J6Z5-B9W : accessed 6 May 2012), Ida Marie Nuckolls, 1971.

[BI1332] Name: Manly Weldon Nuckolls Date of Birth: 28 Jul 1920 Birth County: Stephens Certificate Number: 38466 Roll Number: 1920_0010

[DI1332] Name: M. Weldon Nuckolls SSN: 449-14-7050 Last Residence: 79720  Big Spring, Howard, Texas, Born: 28 Jul 1920 Died: 6 Jan 1996 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 ) Name: Manly Weldon Nuckolls Titles: Gender: Male Marital status: Death date: 06 Jan 1996 Death county: Howard Death place: Howard, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[XI1332] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about M. Nuckolls Name: «tab»M. Nuckolls Birth Date: «tab»28 Jul 1920 Death Date: «tab»6 Jan 1996 SSN: «tab»449147050 Branch 1: «tab»ARMY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»28 Oct 1942 Release Date 1: «tab»30 Jan 1946

[NI1333] Big Spring Daily Herald, Big Spring Texas, Sunday, Dec 1, 1968 Pg 25 Mrs Nuckolls Resigns After 18 Years Service. Things are not going to be the same at the Howard-Mitchell-Martin County Selective Service Board offices. The difference is not simply because the board will soon be housed in new offices at the Big Spring Federal Building. Te big change will be in the absence from her desk of Mrs Louise Nuckolls who has been the board's executive secretary for over 18 years. Effective Nov 29, Mrs Nuckolls terminated her connection with the Selective Service board. Taking her place will be Mrs james (Roselle) Coates. Mrs Coates has been helping Mrs Nuckolls for the past two and a half years. "I felt if I ever planned to do anything else, "explained Mrs Nuckolls, "I had better start pretty soon. I want to try my hand at operating a store and I couldn't do that and hold down my old job at the same time." The high officials of the Selective Service did not applaude Mrs Nuckolls' plans to retire. They even put quite a lot of pressure on her to stay on the job and there were a lot of letters swapped. Finally Col. Morris Schwartz, state director, realized she was determined to leave and ruluctantly approved her resignation. "The contribution Mrs Nuckolls made to this office is amazing", commented John W Hughes, chariman of the boad. "She has worked hard and has been largely responsible for a smooth operation of the office. Her dedication and patient endeavor has made the job of the board members much lighter. We are going to miss her very much, and while we are sure Mrs Coates will do a fine job, we will still feel like something is missing for a long time. Louise has been the "front man" for the Selective Service office so long it is difficult to imagine the office without her." ....meanwhile, Mrs Nuckolls is getting all set to try something new. "After all," she said, "I've never had a chance to see what else I can do. My first job was with thew OPA during World War II. I came to this office in May 1950 -the Korean War was just getting going-- and it's now been nearly 19 years since I began work her." She plans to join her daughter Mrs Kenneth (Sharon) Dees who is now operating Dee's Fashion Ceneter, 3714 Gregg. Mrs Nuckolls has been a partner in this enterprise ever since it began and now will take an active part in its operation. Expansion of stock and other improvements are in her plasn for the store. Her husband is with Standard Oil and they live at 644 Manor Lane. Mrs Nuckolls is a native of Howard County. Her parents are Mr and Mrs John K Whitaker, 1105 Runnels. Mrs Nuckolls attended Caohoma schools and later after she had graduated, enrolled in a business college. With the beginning of World War II, she took a job with the Office of Price Administration.

[BI1333] Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997 about Millie L Whitaker Name: «tab»Millie L Whitaker Date of Birth: «tab»6 Sep 1923 Birth County: «tab»Haskell Certificate Number: «tab»55081 Roll Number: «tab»1923_0017

[DI1333] Name: Millie L. Nuckolls SSN: 458-18-2894 Last Residence: 79720  Big Spring, Howard, Texas, Born: 6 Sep 1923 Died: 23 Oct 1997 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 ) Name: Millie Louise Nuckolls Gender: Female Marital status: Death date: 23 Oct 1997 Death county: Howard Death place: Howard, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[DI1334] Monday October 24, Big Spring, Texas Big Spring Daily Herald Rites Set for C M nuckolls Colorado City- Charles Milton Nuckolls, 39, resident of Colorado City a nd a rural mail carrier, died as a result of a gunshot wound shortly a ft _ p.m. Sunday. Justice of the Peace, T E Arnold, who was called to the scene, ruled the death WOB self inflicted. Mr Nuckolls was born March 8 , 1923 in Breckenridge and moved to Colorado City in 1927. He was a veteran of WWII and had worked in the post office as a rural mail carrier since 1915 following his discharge. He was a member of the First Baptist Ch urch and of the Masonic Lodge. He was married to Verna Campbell June 14, 1942 in Colordao City. Funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday from the Fir st Bpatist Church with the pastor  Rick W Bartlett officiating. Burial wi ll be in the Colorado City Cemetery. Survivors include the widow, three da ughters, Charlotte Nuckolls, Karen Nuckolls and Sharon Nuckolls all of t he home. His paents Mr and Mrs M W Nuckolls, Big Spring, TX; two brothers Weldon and Bruce Name: «tab»Charles Milton Nuckolls Death Date: «tab»06 May 1962 Death Place: «tab»Colorado City, Mitchell, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»W Death Age: «tab»39 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»08 Mar 1923 Birthplace: «tab»Breckenridge, Tx Marital Status: «tab»Married WWII Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»M.W. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Marie Stoval Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»U S Postal Mail Carrier Place of Residence: «tab»1844 Locust St COD=Self inflicted gunshot wound Cemetery: «tab»Colorado City Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»5/8/1962 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2116972 Digital Film Number: «tab»4028451 Image Number: «tab»3139 Reference Number: «tab»37947 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JXTP-H62 : accessed 6 May 2012), Charles Milton Nuckolls, 1962.

[XI1334] Plot: LW-40-5 U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 flat granite marker, cross emblem Name: «tab»Charles M Nuckolls Birth Date: «tab»8 Mar 1923 Death Date: «tab»6 May 1962 Cemetery: «tab»Colorado City Cemetery Cemetery Location: «tab»Colorado City, Texas Enlisted 2/11/1943 Discharged 8/27/1945 Served Texas 561st base Unit, Sgt Applicant Verna L Nuckolls, Colorado City, TX 5/8/1962

[NI1341] Louisa Co Va Guardian bonds pg417-418 GDN BOND- John Thomasson Gdn to Richard Harris, child of Robt Ha rris ; L1200; Sec. Thomas Nuckolls Dec 9, 1810

[NI1344] My impression has been that the traditional claim was not that Thomas Huckaby married Keziah YANCEY,  but that he married Keziah NUCKOLLS? Correct me if I am wrong.  Of course,  Keziah, wife of Charles Nuckolls, w as a Yancey by birth.  Nothing about the traditional claim ever seemed to quite fit including the projected birth date for Charles Nuckolls' daughter Keziah which was a little too late to for her to be Thomas Huckaby 's wife and the mother of his first child.  However,  the proof that Charles Nuckoll's daughter, Keziah, was not Thomas Huckaby's wife is on  Dennis Yancey's site for Richard Yancey probate records which clearly lists the heirs of Charles and Keziah (Yancey) Nuckolls and shows that their daughter, Keziah, was a spinster and still unmarried in 1810 when a major suit involving the estate took place. 14 October 1783 p. 115-116 JOHN NUCKOLS GDN. to LEWIS & KEZIAH NUCKOLS orphans of CHARLES NUCKOLS Dec'd; 1200 pounds currt. money; Sec. WILLIAM WHITE The date of this bond indicates Keziah was born much later and seems to be a minor in 1783 COURT RECORDS OF 1810 IN MECKLENBURG CO., VA INDICATE THAT KEZIAH WAS APPARENTLY SINGLE & STILL USING THE NUCKOLLS NAME.  WHETHER SHE EVER MARRIED IS UNCERTAIN. MISC REC: 1810 - MECKLENBURG CO., VA - Estate Settlement of Richard Nuckolls «b»From Order Books & Chauncery Records of Mecklenburg County:«/b» Chuncery Court 19 June 1810 - Mecklenburg County Plaintiffs: Absalom Yancey, Robert Yancey, Zachariah Yancey, Thomas Yancey, William Nuckolls, Richard Nuckolls, Lewis Nuckolls, Mary Armstrong, John Thompson & Elizabeth his wife, Austin Hancock & Ann his wife, «u»«b»Keziah Nuckolls,«/u»«/b» Patsy Nuckolls, Patsy Watkins, Anne Watkins, James Green & Ann his wife, Abel Gregory & Elizabeth his wife, William Overby & Susannah his wife, Charles Yancey, Dolly Yancey, Anthony Lumpkin & wife Mary, Abby Yancey, William Beadles & wife Ann, Richard Davenport, Bazel Thompson, (Kitty, Rhoda, Mary, John, Yancey, Francis & William Thompson) - infants sue by William Beadles, (Charles, Dolly & Abby [above mentioned] are infants and sue by Zachariah their next friend). Vs. Defendants: Lewis Tapp & wife Jane, Martha, Ann, Keziah, Mary, Absalom, Charles, William & Elijah Yancey - rep. of Charles Yancey decd. The defts. not appearing in court it appears they are not inhabitants of this commonwealth - ord. to be here 3rd Monday in October next. Which to be published in Newspaper in town Richmond for 8 weeks successively & posted at court days at front door courthouse. «b»20 November 1810«/b» In this suit Thompson infants sue by William Thompson, published notice has been given. It is ordered that of the 432 acres mentioned in complainents bill & which was patented to Charles dec and conveyed by a former decree of this court to John Lewis together with 425A pat. to William Yancey to be sold to highest bidder for cash & credit. William, Thomas, Charles & his representatives to be reimbursed for taxes. Bal proceeds to be divided into 8 [eight] parts. 1 [One] each to: [1/8 part to: ] Absalom Yancey [1/8 part to: ] Robert Yancey [1/8 part to: ] Zachariah Yancey [1/8 part to: ] Thomas Yancey 1/8 part to be paid to representatives of Keziah Nuckolls decd - Richard, Lewis & William Nuckolls, Mary Armstrong, John Thompson & wife Elizabeth, Austin Hancock & wife Ann, «u»«b»Keziah Nuckolls«/u»«/b», remaining 1/8 of same part to be divided between Pasty & Ann Watkins. 1/8 part to be paid representatives of Lewis Yancey decd - divided into four parts: To William Beadle & wife Ann, Richard Davenport, Bazel Thompson, & infant children of Sarah Thompson decd - 1/7th to each - Kitty, Mary, Rhoda, John, Yancey, Francis, & William Thompson. 1/8 part to be paid to representatives of Richard Yancey, the younger, decd - in seven equal parts to: James Green & wife Ann, Abel Gregory & Elizabeth, William Overby & Susannah, Anthony Lumpkin & Mary, Charles, Abby & Dolly Yancey. Remaining 1/8 part to be divided among defendants: 8 equal parts: Lewis Tapp & wife, Martha, Ann, «u»«b»Keziah«/u»«/b», Mary, Absalom, Charles, and Elijah Yancey. Taxes & Cost to be paid first. Mentioned as heir of Charles Nuckolls Richmond Enquirer 11-17-1812 Keziah Nuckolls

[NI1345] Mentioned in will of his father in 1767 Mentioned in estate settlement of Richard Yancey in 1810 From Ancestors of David Earl McKercher(citation below) Generation No. 8  There are the following records testifying to James' Rev olutionary service, from the Louisa County Records.             "Twenty four Barrels of flour impressed for the public u se in April             1781."             " 1 Gun impressed for the public use, May 1781"             From the National Archives the following:             Photostat 39416 Virginia Revolutionary War Records of Cou rt of Louisa County, Virginia:             "James Nuckolls, April l 1782 received pay for flour Barrells"             Photostat 393376 "James Nuckolls, April 12 1782 received pay f or gun"             Louisa County, Nov 1, 1781 No. 4 400 wt. of beef at L5 3d.             I hereby certify that James Nuckolls has furnished for publ ic use two Beeves, gross wt. 400 lb             Will Anderson.             In other words the Patriot James is AKA James III.

[NI1346] Lewis and Mary Nuckols appears in the First Virginia Nuckolls & Kindred Bo ok II page 73 # 42 14 October 1783 p. 115-116 JOHN NUCKOLS GDN. to LEWIS & KEZIAH NUCKOLS orp hans of CHARLES NUCKOLS Dec’d; 1200 pounds currt. money; Sec. WILLIAM WHI TE 1783, Guardian, John Nuckolls Louisa Co, Guardian Bonds p138 Acct of Lewis Nuckolls Orphan  in Acct wi th John Nuckolls Gdn Bond 1784. To Cash pd. for a plowboy furnished your m other your part. by bond on Stephen Terry and John Winston for hire of yo ur fellow Rec'd of William Armstrong a part of your Legacie .12.0 Ret. 8 A ug 1785 pg 157 Lewis Nuckolls Orphan in acct. with John Nuckolls his Gdn. 17 86 to Board; pd. for a plowboy furnished your mother your part L1.5 by bo nd of Stephen Terry and Saml. Waddy for hire of your fellow. Cash for yo ur use L1. Ret. 11 Sept, 1786 p177-178 Lewis Nuckolls an Orphan in Acct. with John Nuckolls Gdn. Jany 17 87 pd. yr mother for board, Tax and Clothing samll negroes; to Cash f or yr use .10; to pd. yr. proportion of the hire of Plowboy L1.5; Bo nd on Stephen Terry and David Bullock hire of negroe John. Ret. Sept 10, 1 787 Reel 147 Frame 0679 Attention: John Baker, 26 February 1788, Sir, received your letter on Mon day last, the contents of which very much surprised me. I thought you h ad a better opinion me than to think I made children's bargains. The disap pointment to me has been very great for it has broke up all my skeems f or I sent money by Mr. Kimbrough to buy tools and the news being noised ab out of my not going to Cantucky (Kentucky) has postponed the paymen ts of my money due. I have taken my Negro John from the man he worked f or to work with you but as I do not want to be tedious shall cut matters s hort. Mr. Kimbrough has been very favorable in this charge and I do f or my part demand twenty dollars, tho not saying I am satisfied, for I bel ieve double the sum would not compensate for the disappointment. I approv ed of Mr. Kimbrough's proceedings and shall take the steps he has point ed out to you with out a quick payment of the above mentioned sum. You kn ow it was a very capitol job and I looked upon it as firm a bargain as I e ver made. I do not see where in the plank and shingles should cost more af ter you went home than you agreed for the quantity was placed down befo re you and so conclude. Yrs. Lewis Nuckolls. Reel 147 frame 0819 NUCKOLLS VS. BAKER            Lewis Nuckolls and Richard Kimbrough complains of John Bak er in custody & C for this to wit: for that whereas the said defenda nt on the 10 Feb. 1788, at the Parish of Trinity in the County aforesaid u ndertook and agreed with the said plaintiffs that if they the said plainti ffs as carpenters would build him a dwelling house 34 feet by 18 feet a nd a shed at the end of the sd. Building 10 feet by 18 feet 10 feet pit ch with four outside door frames, four inside door frames all of single (i lleg.) and four window frames of 15 lights each 3/8 light do all of gla ss 8 x 10. To begin the building of the said house when (torn) to comple te the said building in (torn) time in consideration whereof the said def t. Undertook and faithfully promised the said plts. that he the said def t. Would well and truly pay them the sd. Plts. The sum of 46 pounds. 15 .8 to be paid unto the said plts. When the said building should be complet ed. (torn) sd. Plt. (torn) the said plts. Were al (illeg) and ready and wi lling to perform their contract by beginning and finishing the said buildi ng and that more specially applied to the sd. Deft. On the 23 day of Fe b. 1788, to begin the sd. Building and to finish it in convenient time. Ne vertheless the said deft. Willfully and intending to defraud the said plt s. In this particular hath not paid for their performance or kept his cont ract with the said plts. Or any part thereof. But the same to perform he t he sd. Deft. Hath refused and still do when required to perform the sa me to the damage of the sd. Plts. 100 pounds and therefore they bring sui t. Wm Pop for plts.             24 Feb 1788 Sir, I find it out of my power to carry on the bui lding you and Mr. Nuckolls agreed to do. I find by a small trivial that wh en I have got everything in place I shan't be able to pay you and I had be tter satisfy you and Mr. Nuckolls for the disappointment of any than disse rve you and myself and harmless. I was too bad a judge and I had rather di sserve you as little as possible and I am yrs. John Baker.             24 Feb. 1788, Sirs, I have made out a bill and I find it o ut of my power to go on with the house and I hope you and Mr. Kimbrough h ad rather be disserved too soon than too late. I find I can't get the shin gles or plank nearer than 10 or 15 miles and very high price to what I exp ected and by then I have got everything in place I have persons to belie ve there will be no money for you and I am willing to give you and Mr Kimb rough any reasonable satisfaction for the disappointment, if any, and conf ess I am not a good judge. From yrs. John Baker             1 March 1788 Sir. You mean to abuse me or to frighten me. Y ou don't make children bargains though you had as well as to make fooli sh ones. Stick at the truth and you won't want a witness. I deny not one w ord of truth as you intimate as you a bull stag. I have one for Kimbrou gh and some money in case provided one for you. If you need one I ask no f avor of you nor Kimbrough by your bill and plank you are as bad as a fo ol or worse. I am yrs., John Baker             Hanover February 24, 1788, To Mr. Lewis Nuckolls, Sir, I recei ved a letter this day from Mr. Baker wherein he wrote it was out of his po wer to carry on the building he agreed with us to do but from what he sa id in the presence of several he is full able and the disappointment wi ll be very great with me as I am certain it will put me out of busines s. I this day wrote to Ingram it was out of my power to work for him on ac count of Mr. BakerÆs work. I shall certainly put the law in force for dama ges as he agreed to the bill and in the presence of Mr. James Nuckolls a nd Mr. Cook that what our work amounted to upwards of 60 pounds we mu st be payed in bull stags. You know he punctually agreed with me to get h is timer which he was to give me a dollar per day during the said time y ou may just use your pleasure Mr. Baker must give me $20 or I sue up on my honour. I will sue him for 50 pounds damages as six months work lo st is not easily recovered. I shall go by good judges and witnesses as I k now our agreement to be as good as a written one. I shall be glad to see y ou at Richmond when as I know our agreement to be as good as a written on e. I shall be glad to see you at Richmond when you can make it convenien t. This from your most obt. Humble svt. And friend Richard Kimbrough. L et Mr. Baker view this. This letter was sent to me desiring me to sh ow it to you or rather is a copy of it, if you have desire to see it co me to me and you shall see the original. LN             21 February 1788, a bargain by word of mouth for a house wi th Kimbrough to build at a dollar per day and was to have 100 feet pr. Da y. I prayed to be of and if I did I was to be sued and my answer was as y ou see I was to pay a balance of the money in bull stags and old horses a nd rather than be sued I informed them I was provided with one and must pr ovide another if they required it as I found they were printed to the Cha s. Chimbrough (Kimbrough) did not (illeg.) and to his having agreeab le to bargain. Nuckolls did not come to bargain to put up my house a nd by his not doing it, I have lost some of my frame and was much plagu ed with that. I did not loose the frame was ready by the 10 April 1788, a nd I was to have it ready by the middle of April. Nuckolls insists he h ad hired his Negro out. I was to heir his Negro at the rate of a planti ng Negro. He says he has sent money by Chimbrough to buy tools tho Mr. Co ok can say something on the hundred feet pr. Day and the Negro and the mon ey the 24 Feb. I prayed to be.             10 Nov. 1788 Court summoned Thornton Gibson to testify the tru th on behalf of John Baker. A bill of cost for a house 34 feet by 18 fe et and a shed at the end 10 feet by 18 feet with 10 feet pitch with 4 outs ide door frames and 4 inside door frames all of single (illeg.) and 4 wind ow frames of 15 lights each 3/8 light all of glass 8 x 10             38 1/2 sqr of framing 4.13             15 1/2 sqr. Weather boarding 3.17             11 sqr. Shingling 8.8             14 sqr. Flooring 2.8             4 outside door frames 2.8             4 inside door frames 1.0             casing 4 doors outside 2.8             4 (15) light windows frames 2.4             3 (8) light window frames 1.1             casing the same 0.10.6             544 feet of base and corner and large boards 3.8             68 feet cornice 3.8             18 feet do 0.9             3 chimney pieces 0.18             84 sash light 2.8.2             8 (6) panel doors 4.16             1 (4) panel doors 0.10             1 staircase 0.10             TOTAL: 56.15.8 The above quantity of work I will do for 56.15.8 after the timber is broug ht in place, diet found, all extra work in proportion of the whole of t he work done in a plain neat workmanlike manner. Lewis Nuckolls, Richard K imbrough, executers of the work             VERDICT: We the jury find for the defendant, Wm. Hughes, forem an Also in Scott Co, KY, 1850 Slave Schedules was a James Nuckolls, pg 607. N ot able to find this James in the actual Census. 1810 NICHOLS LEWIS Scott County KY 169 22210-21010-00 Federal Population S chedule There is a Lewis Nuckols Land Patent 3/20/1823 in Indiana #2832 IN0400_261 Franklin County, Kentucky Deed Book P, page 466 This indenture made this 6th day of April in the year 1836 between Simon H opper and Reuben Hopper of the county of Fayette and Commonwealth of Kentu cky on the one part and Rolly Hopper of the county of Franklin and Commonw ealth aforesaid of the other part. Witnesseth, that the said Simon Hopp er and Reuben Hopper for and in consideration of the sum of eighty dolla rs current money of Kentucky to them in hand paid the receipt whereof is h ereby acknowledged have granted bargained and sold and by these presen ts do grant bargain, sell and confirm unto the said Rolly Hopper his hei rs and assigns all that tract of parcel of land setin and being in the Cou nty of Franklin on waters of North Elkhorn containing one hundred and fif ty three and three quarters acres and bounded as follows towit; Beginni ng at a poplar red bud walnut and beech near a branch thence south three a nd one quarter east 105 poles to three beeches thence north 86 east 268 1 /2 poles to a box elder sugartree and ash thence north 20 1/2 west 93 pol es to two ironwoods ash elm and white oak thence south 89 1/2 west 241 1 /2 poles to the beginning. It being a part of a treasury warrant enter ed in the name of Henry French also a part of the land sold by John Willia ms to Lewis Nuchols and the same land conveyed by Lewis Nuchols and wi fe to the heirs of Rolly Hopper, deceased by and recorded in the Scott Cou nty Court Clerks office in 1820. It is understood that the aforesaid Sim on and Reuben Hopper only sells and hereby conveys unto the said Rolly Hop per their undivided equal parts out of five in the above described land a nd no more. Together with all and singular the premises thereunto belongi ng or in any wise appertainin. To have and to hold the land hereby convey ed with the appurtenances unto the said Rolly Hopper his heirs and assig ns forever and the said Simon and Reuben Hopper for themselves their hei rs executors administrators and assigns the aforesaid undivided two fift hs of the aforesaid tract or parcel of land and premises unto the said Rol ly Hopper his heirs or assigns against the claim or claims of all and eve ry person or persons whatever do and will forever defend by these present s. In testimony whereof the said Simon Hopper and Sally Ann, his wife a nd Reuben Hopper and Anna, his wife have hereunto set their hands and sea ls the day and date first above written. Simon Hopper Sally Ann Hopper Reuben Hopper Anna Hopper Commonwealth of Kentucky, Fayette Count towit, I James C. Rodes clerk of t he county court for the county aforesaid do certify that this deed from Si mon Hopper and Sally Ann, his wife and Reuben Hopper and Anna, his wi fe to Rolly Hopper was produced to me in my office on the sixth instant a nd acknowledged by the said Simon and Reuben Hopper to be their act and de ed and on this day the said Sally Ann Hopper and Anna Hopper came befo re me in my office and being by me privately examined seperately and apa rt from their said husbands declared that they did freely and willingly se al and deliver the said writing and wishes not to retract it and acknowled ged said writing against same might be recorded in the proper office whi ch is hereby certified to the clerk of the county court of Franklin for re cord. Given under my hand this 7th day of April 1835 Att: J. C. Rodes, Clerk Franklin County I, Alexander H. Rennick clerk of the county court for the county aforesa id do certify that the foregoing deed was produced ot me on the 13th of M ay 1835 and the same is truly recorded in my office the date above written . A. H. Rennick, CFCC 1860 Slave Schedules Scott Co, KY 36 Female Black Lewis Nuchols District 1, Scott, Kentucky 29 Male Black Lewis Nuchols District 1, Scott, Kentucky 16 Female Black Lewis Nuchols District 1, Scott, Kentucky 10 Female Black Lewis Nuchols District 1, Scott, Kentucky 8 Male Black Lewis Nuchols District 1, Scott, Kentucky 4 Male Black Lewis Nuchols District 1, Scott, Kentucky

[NI1347] 9/24/1828 Dr Anderson Watkins of Augusta, GA died 9/16/1828 in Scott C o, KY at the home of Lewis Nuckles, his brother in law. (Long obit, do n ot have copy only excerpt)

[NI1348] Name:    William Carlie Nuckolls City:    Not Stated County:    Hardeman State:    Tennessee Birth Date:    9 Apr 1882 Race:    White Roll:    1852991 DraftBoard:    0 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918  Sept 12 1918 William Carlie Nuckolls res Toone TNAge 36 born April 9 1882, Grocer, se lf employed Next of kin; Father W A Nuckolls Toone, TN and wife Edna Nuckolls Med height, slender build, Grey eyes, Brown hair, Is sick in head (?), a nd is now with double fracture of right hip and thigh 1910 Hardeman Co, Bolivar, TN Carlin W Nuckolls, 28 M4y TN  Livery Stable Bertha A, wife, 21 1/1 IL Mildred E, dau, 2 TN 1920 Shelby Co, Memphis, TN Ward 4 1/7/1920 Carl Nuckolls, 37 TN Edna, wife, 17 TN Will, son, 1y9m TN

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