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[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] Name: «tab»Colonel Owens Nuckolls
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Age at Death: «tab»69
Birth Date: «tab»17 Feb 1889
Death Date: «tab»2 May 1958
Death Place: «tab»Troutville, Botetourt, Virginia, USA
Registration Date: «tab»5 May 1958
Father: «tab»Lafayette Nuckolls
Spouse: «tab»Mrs Katie Moomaw Nuckolls

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

Name: «tab»Colonel O Nuckolls
Birth Date: «tab»17 Feb 1889
Claim Date: «tab»11 May 1954
Type of Claim: «tab»Life Claim
Notes: «tab»10 May 1954: Name listed as COLONEL O NUCKOLLS

[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).

[DI1050] Name: «tab» Oliver Sarah Crowley
Gender: «tab» Female
Birth Date: «tab» abt 1824
Birth Place: «tab» Arkansas
Age: «tab» 69
Death Date: «tab» 4 Mar 1893
Death Place: «tab» Nashville, Davidson

[DI1053] Name: «tab» Strong Crowley
Gender: «tab» Male
Birth Date: «tab» 13 Oct 1821
Birth Place: «tab» Tennessee
Age: «tab» 84
Death Date: «tab» 13 Mar 1906
Death Place: «tab» Nashville, Davidson
Father's name: «tab» John Crowley
Mother's name: «tab» Margaret Wiley
widower

[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, Â 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 - Â 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 aforesaid
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] 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.

Thomas Shelton and his wife Ann, parents of Peter who married Francis Nuckolls, 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 land in Goochland and both sides of Little Muddy Cr, and bounded by Richa rd Taylor, said James Bleavin, Ashford Hughes, William Walton, Samuel Nuckols, 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 t 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 this period the men pretty much controlled the wife's property, so Samuel, h as given complete protection to his daughter's property against unscrupulous husbands who might seize upon it and cast the daughter aside. On the other 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 themselves of opportunities to acquire better properties, etc. If they marry men who are already established on other land, there is likely to be an economic penalty. The will reflects something about the character of Samuel Nuckolls. 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 his will. They receive properties comparable to those given to his own natural daughters. The last sentence refers to "my daughters Susann Brown and 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 brother James Nuckolls" and made him executor along with Peter Shelton. The death 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 County. 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 how 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.

[DI1076] Name: «tab»William Ryland Nuckols
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Age at Death: «tab»56
Birth Date: «tab»15 Jan 1883
Death Date: «tab»26 Jul 1939
Death Place: «tab»Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA
Registration Date: «tab»4 Aug 1939
Father: «tab»John Nuckols
Mother: «tab»Elizabeth Motley
Spouse: «tab»Leora Thomas

[DI1077] Name: «tab»Leora Thomas Nuckols
[Leora Thomas Thomas]
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Age at Death: «tab»83
Birth Date: «tab»15 Sep 1885
Death Date: «tab»1 Jun 1969
Death Place: «tab»Chatham, Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA
Registration Date: «tab»6 Jun 1969
Father: «tab»David W Thomas
Mother: «tab»Laura Bell Smith
Spouse: «tab»William Ryland Nuckols

[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

[BI1078] Name: «tab»Thomas Ryland Nuckols
Gender: «tab»Male
Birth Date: «tab»24 Jun 1908
Birth Place: «tab»Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA
Father: «tab»William Ryland Nuckols, 25
Mother: «tab»Leora Eugenia Thomas,22
presence of mother Leora T Nuckols age 56 from 1886 family Bible
attesed Cornelia D Nuckols. Signed Thomas Ryland Nuckols 7/28/1942 Chatham, VA

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

[BI1079] Name: «tab»Eugene Motley Nuckols
Gender: «tab»Male
Birth Date: «tab»30 Sep 1909
Birth Place: «tab»Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA
Father: «tab»William Ryland Nuckols, 26
Mother: «tab»Leora Eugenia Thomas,24
presence of Mrs Leora T Nuckols,mother age 56 from family bible printed in 1882. Signed Eugene M Nuckols 1/7/1942

[XI1079] Name: «tab»Eugene Motley Nuckols Sr
Birth Date: «tab»30 Sep 1909
Death Date: «tab»10 Apr 1959
Cemetery: «tab»Highland Burial Park
Burial or Cremation Place: «tab»Danville, Danville City, Virginia, USA

[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 )

[BI1082] Name: «tab»Travis Holman Nuckols
Gender: «tab»Male
Birth Date: «tab»12 Feb 1912
Birth Place: «tab»Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA
Father: «tab»William Ryland Nuckols, 29
Mother: «tab»Leora Eugenia Thomas, 27
attested by mother, Leora T Nuckols, age 56 prducing family Bible 7/28/1942. Signed Travis H Nuckols

[XI1082] Name: «tab»Travis H Nuckols
Birth Date: «tab»12 Feb 1912
Death Date: «tab»7 Jun 1991
Cemetery: «tab»Highland Burial Park
Burial or Cremation Place: «tab»Danville, Danville City, Virginia, USA
Has Bio?: «tab»N
Father: «tab»William Ryland Nuckols
Mother: «tab»Leora Thomas Nuckols

[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 )

[BI1084] Name: «tab»Edward Roscoe Nuckols
Gender: «tab»Male
Birth Date: «tab»3 Dec 1913
Birth Place: «tab»Pittsylvania, Virginia, USA
Father: «tab»William Ryland Nuckols, 30
Mother: «tab»Leora Eugenia Thomas, 28
4 children born, all living

[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 )

[DI1090] Name: «tab»Randolph Meade Nuckols
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Age at Death: «tab»37
Birth Date: «tab»14 May 1918
Death Date: «tab»13 Jul 1955
Death Place: «tab»Danville, Virginia, USA
Registration Date: «tab»16 Jul 1955
Father: «tab»William R Nuckols
Mother: «tab»Leora Thomas
Spouse: «tab»Ruby Finch

[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

[DI1302] e: «tab» Sarah Frances McKolle
[Sarah Frances Nuckolls]
[Sarah Frances Smith]
Gender: «tab» Female
Birth Date: «tab» abt 1847
Birth Place: «tab» Hardeman, Tennessee
Age: «tab» 70
Death Date: «tab» 18 Aug 1917
Death Place: «tab» Toone, Hardeman, Tennessee
Father's name: «tab» William Smith
Father's Birth Place: «tab» Virginia
Mother's name: «tab» Priner
Certificate Number: «tab» 252

[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 )

[DI1313] me: «tab»Wallace Woodrow Churchill
[Wallace W Churchill]
SSN: «tab»457073212
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»1 May 1914
Birth Place: «tab»Brooksmith, Texas
Father Name: «tab»Sidney S Churchill
Mother Name: «tab»Loraine Nuckolls
Death Date: «tab»May 1992
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Jan 1937: Name listed as WALLACE WOODROW CHURCHILL; 02 Jun 1993: Name listed as WALLACE W CHURCHILL
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[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] ame: «tab»Manly Weldon Nuckolls
[M Weldon Nuckolls]
SSN: «tab»449147050
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»28 Jul 1920
Birth Place: «tab»Stephen Coun, Texas
Father Name: «tab»Manly W Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Ida M Stovall
Death Date: «tab»6 Jan 1996
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Jul 1937: Name listed as MANLY WELDON NUCKOLLS; 13 Jan 1996: Name listed as M WELDON NUCKOLLS

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: «tab»Millie Louise Whitaker
[Millie Louise Block]
[Louise Block]
[Millie Nuckolls]
SSN: «tab»458182894
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»6 Sep 1923
Birth Place: «tab»Rule Haskell, Texas
[Rule Haskall, Texas]
Father Name: «tab»John K Whitaker
Mother Name: «tab»Linnie McCoy
Death Date: «tab»23 Oct 1997
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Oct 1938: Name listed as MILLIE LOUISE WHITAKER; Aug 1945: Name listed as MILLIE LOUISE BLOCK; Nov 1947: Name listed as LOUISE BLOCK; Jan 1953: Name listed as MILLIE LOUISE NUCKOLLS; 20 Nov 1997: Name listed as MILLIE L NUCKOLLS

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

[DI1348] Name: «tab»William Carlie Nucholls
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»12 Nov 1947
Event Place: «tab»Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee, Hospital 653 Poplar
5 year stay in hospital
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»65-7-3
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»09 Apr 1882
Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman, Tenn.
Spouse: «tab»Edna S. Nucholls
Father: «tab»Will Nucholls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman, Tenn.
Mother: «tab»Mollie Wyatt
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn.
Occupation: «tab»Clerk
Street Address: «tab»653 Poplar
Residence: «tab»Memphis, Shelby, Tenn.
Cemetery: «tab»Union
Burial Place: «tab»Bolivar, Tenn.
Burial Date: «tab»13 Nov 1947
Informant: «tab»Wm C Nuckolls, 2086 Union, Memphis
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184527
Image Number: «tab»190
Film Number: «tab»2137389
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 25158

Name: «tab»Carlie William Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»415016163
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»9 Apr 1882
Birth Place: «tab»Hardeman Cou, Tennessee
Father Name: «tab»William A Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Mary Wyatt
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»May 1937: Name listed as CARLIE WILLIAM NUCKOLLS

[DI1349] Name: «tab»Bertha Sherwood Nuckolls
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»03 Apr 1915
Event Place: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman Co., Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»26
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»20 Aug 1888
Birthplace: «tab»Edgington, Ill.
Spouse: «tab»
Father: «tab»O.M. Sherwood
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Edgington, Ill.
Mother: «tab»Allace R. Robinson
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Edgington, Ill.
Occupation: «tab»Housewife
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Cemetery: «tab»Union, Bolivar, Hardeman Co., Tenn.
Burial Place: «tab»Union, Bolivar, Hardeman Co., Tenn.
Burial Date: «tab»04 Apr 1915
Informant: «tab»
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183034
Image Number: «tab»1621
Film Number: «tab»1299638
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»v 24 cn 111

[NI1350] 4 Sons death cert names mother as Julia Sylvester.
Mrs Julia Nuckolls was informant on all 4 sons death certs
Edna is the only name found in the census.
Informant is Mrs Julia Knuckolls, Kerrville, TN
Husband Wm death cert names wife Edna S Nuckolls
All certs surname is Knuckols, but Census records as Nuckolls
Must have been a middle name, as Julia has never been found a reference ot her than the death certs

1910 United States Federal Census Record
Name: Will E Silvester
Age in 1910: 40
Estimated birth year: abt 1870
Birthplace: Tennessee
Home in 1910: 2-Dist, Shelby, Tennessee
Neighbors: View Results
Race: White
Gender: Male
Melvin E, son, 16
Lillie M dau 12
Edna, dau, 9
Virgie, dau 6



Victor E, son 3
Emma E, dau 3m

[BI1351] Name: «tab» Mildred Elizabeth Nuckolls
Gender: «tab» Female
Birth Date: «tab» 17 Oct 1907
Birth Place: «tab» Bolivar, Hardeman
Father: «tab» William Carlie Nuckolls
Mother: «tab» Bertha Alice Sherwood
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[DI1351] Name: «tab» Mildred N. Pittman
SSN: «tab» 415-80-4662
Last Residence: «tab»
32210 Jacksonville, Duval, Florida, USA
BORN: «tab» 17 Oct 1907
Died: «tab» 14 Jun 2000
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab» Tennessee (1965)

[BI1355] Name: «tab»Leonard Sherwood Nuckolls
Gender: «tab»Male
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»25 Nov 1910
Birthplace: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Father's Name: «tab»W.C. Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Bertha
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Age: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C73520-3
System Origin: «tab»Tennessee-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»989299
Reference Number: «tab»p 48

[DI1355] Name: «tab»Linard Nuckolls
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»21 Aug 1920
Event Place: «tab»Toone, Hardeman, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»12
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»25 Aug 1908
Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman Co.
Spouse: «tab»
Father: «tab»Carlea Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman Co.
Mother: «tab»Birth Shearwood
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman Co.
Occupation: «tab»School Boy
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Cemetery: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»Bolivar
Burial Date: «tab»22 Aug 1920
Informant: «tab»
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184003
Image Number: «tab»1934
Film Number: «tab»1299717
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»v 26 cn 179

[DI1357] Name: «tab» Cora Preston Pirtle
Event: «tab» Death
Event Date: «tab» 23 Jun 1943
Event Place: «tab» Hardeman, Tennessee
Gender: «tab» Female
Marital Status: «tab» Widowed
Race or Color: «tab» White
Age: «tab» 58 -3-21
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab» 02 Mar 1885
Birthplace: «tab» Mcnairy, Tennessee
Spouse: «tab» Robert Lee Pirtle
Father: «tab» Will Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab» Hardeman, Tennessee
Mother: «tab» Molly Wyatt
Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Hardeman, Tennessee
Occupation: «tab» Housekeeper
Street Address: «tab» Route #1
Residence: «tab» Toone, Hardeman, Tennessee
Cemetery: «tab» Vernon
Burial Place: «tab» Toone, Tenn.
Burial Date: «tab» 24 Jun 1943
Informant: «tab» Ina M Tyson
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab» 4184877
Image Number: «tab» 2439
Film Number: «tab» 2137335
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab» cn12162

Name: «tab»Cora Nuckolls Pirtle
[Cora Nuckolls Nuckolls]
SSN: «tab»409264356
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»2 Mar 1885
Birth Place: «tab»Rural Distri, Tennessee
Father Name: «tab»William A Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Mary E White
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Feb 1940: Name listed as CORA NUCKOLLS PIRTLE

[NI1358] Father: Benjamin Franklin Pirtle II b. 30 Dec 1845 in Toone, Hardeman Co ., TN
Mother: Frances L. Cosby b. 1848 in Toone, Hardeman Co., TN

[DI1358] Name: «tab»Robert Lee Pirtle
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»18 Mar 1934
Event Place: «tab»Toone, Hardeman, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»59
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1-21-1875
Birth Date: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab», Hardeman, Tenn.
Spouse: «tab»Cora Pirtle
Father: «tab»Benny Pirtle
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman, Tenn.
Mother: «tab»Fannie Cosby
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»Toone, Tenn
Cemetery: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»Bolivar Tenn.
Burial Date: «tab»19 Mar 1934
Informant: «tab»
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184419
Image Number: «tab»622
Film Number: «tab»1876811
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 5608

[NI1359] Informant on father death cert 6/23/1943

[DI1360] Name: «tab»Elan Drayton Tyson
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»23 May 1949
Event Place: «tab»Hardeman County, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»married
Race or Color: «tab»
Age: «tab»44
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»11-9-1904
Birth Date: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»
Father: «tab»Wilson A. Tyson
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Carrie Lupo
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Cemetery: «tab»Vernon
Burial Place: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»5/24/1949
Informant: «tab»Edwin L Tyson
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184536
Image Number: «tab»106
Film Number: «tab»2218309
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 49-10087
COD was driving a bulldozer , bank caved in and bulldozer overturned and he was crushed beneath it

[DI1362] Name: «tab»Robert T. Tims
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»14 Mar 1954
Event Place: «tab»Jackson, Madison, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»
Race or Color: «tab»
Age: «tab»63-9-29
Birth Date: «tab»5-15-1890
Birthplace: Hardeman Co«tab»
Spouse: «tab»
Father: «tab»Lewis Tims
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Callie Barker
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»reitred section foreman
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Cemetery: «tab»New Union
Burial Place: «tab»Hardeman Co
Burial Date: «tab»3-16-1954
Informant: «tab»Mrs Jas. McMaster
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4181422
Image Number: «tab»547
Film Number: «tab»1343060
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»54-05769

[DI1365] Name: «tab»Jennie Maie Maroney
[Jennie Maie Nuckolls]
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»6 Jul 1895
Birth Place: «tab»Boliver Hard, Tennessee
Father Name: «tab»William A Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Mary E Wyatt
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Mar 1971: Name listed as JENNIE MAIE MARONEY

[NI1366] Father: Bluford Maroney b. 1852 in Hardeman Co., TN
Mother: Mary (Molly) Elizabeth Pirtle b. 1861 in Hardeman Co., TN

[DI1372] NUCKOLS, Ellen Chewning, 85, of Manakin-Sabot, died March 25, 2009. She waspreceded in death by her husband, Howard D. Nuckols Sr.; sister, Virginia C. Holman; and brothers, Warren, Thomas and William Chewning. She is survived by her sister, Anne C. Gentry; brother, C. Haywood Chewning; daughter, Sandra N. Walent and husband, Richard; son, Howard "Dee" Nuckols Jr. and wife, Suzanne; grandchildren, Joseph Walent, Ellen W. Bensman and husband, Dan, Sara N. Hyman and husband, Cliff, Rachel Nuckols, Mary N. Johnson and husband, Damel, and Laura N. James and husband, Sean; and eight great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, March 27, at the West Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home, 11020 W. Broad Street. Funeral services and interment will be conducted at Goochland Baptist Church on Saturday, March 28, at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to Goochland Fire & Rescue Co. No. 3 orGoochland Baptist Church.
Published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch from 3/27/2009 - 3/28/2009

[DI1373] Tommie E (Garrett) Nuckolls
The Heral-Democrat, Clarksville, Ar Thursday, Spet 18, 1930 (Mt Levi Items)
The Infant baby of Mr and Mrs Frank Nuckles was buried in the Union Cemetery last Sunday afternoon. The mother was buried Monday afternoon. She leaves two other small children.

[DI1374]
Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-2007 about Maynard A Craven
Name: «tab»Maynard A Craven
Birth Date: «tab»1900
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Residence City: «tab»Grove City
Residence County: «tab»Franklin
Residence State: «tab»Ohio
Residence Country: «tab»United States
Death Date: «tab»16 Dec 1974
Hospital of Death: «tab»Home
City of Death: «tab»Grove City
County of Death: «tab»Franklin
Certificate: «tab»091602
Age at Death: «tab»74
Certifier: «tab»Physician
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Census Tract: «tab»0971

[DI1375]
Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-2007 about Thomas P Glynn
Name: «tab»Thomas P Glynn
Birth Date: «tab»1911
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Residence City: «tab»Parma
Residence County: «tab»Cuyahoga
Residence State: «tab»Ohio
Residence Country: «tab»United States
Death Date: «tab»25 Jun 1968
Hospital of Death: «tab»St Johns Hospital of Cleveland
City of Death: «tab»Cleveland
County of Death: «tab»Cuyahoga
Certificate: «tab»043952
Age at Death: «tab»57
Certifier: «tab»Physician
Autopsy: «tab»No Autopsy performed
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Census Tract: «tab»0724

[DI1377] Name: «tab»Maria Dolores Nuckolls
[Maria D Nuckolls]
[Maria Dolores Rubio]
SSN: «tab»220527063
Gender: «tab»Female
Birth Date: «tab»7 Sep 1931
Birth Place: «tab»Guzman City, Mexico
Father Name: «tab»Silvestre T Rubio
Mother Name: «tab»Matilde Cortes
Death Date: «tab»2 Jul 1992
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Jul 1965: Name listed as MARIA DOLORES NUCKOLLS; 23 Jul 1992: Name listed as MARIA D NUCKOLLS

[DI1380] Name: «tab» Lelia Crowley
Event: «tab» Death
Event Date: «tab» 07 Jun 1946
Event Place: «tab» Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee
Gender: «tab» Female
Marital Status: «tab» Widowed
Race or Color: «tab» White
Age: «tab» 55
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab» 22 Oct 1890
Birthplace: «tab» Hardeman, Tenn.
Spouse: «tab» Samuel Andrew Crowley
Father: «tab» Joe Herriman
Father's Birthplace: «tab» Hardeman, Tenn.
Mother: «tab» Fannie Nuckolls
Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Hardeman, Tenn.
Occupation: «tab» Domestic
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab» Bolivar, Hardeman, Tenn.
Cemetery: «tab» Walnut Grove
Burial Place: «tab» Hardeman Co.
Burial Date: «tab» 08 Jun 1946
Informant: «tab»
Additional Relatives: «tab» X
Digital Folder Number: «tab» 4184913
Image Number: «tab» 2141
Film Number: «tab» 2137373
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab» cn 16852

[DI1381] Social Security Death Index about Ambrose Herriman
Name: «tab»Ambrose Herriman
SSN: «tab»409-24-0463
Last Residence: «tab»38008 Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee,
Born: «tab»13 Sep 1895
Died: «tab»Dec 1975
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Tennessee (Before 1951)

[BI1389] Name: «tab» Cleo Nuckolls
Gender: «tab» Male
Birth Date: «tab» 9 Jul 1895
Birth Place: «tab» Toone, Hardeman
Father: «tab» John Franklin Nuckolls
Mother: «tab» Mary Lee Nuckolls
[scanned]

[DI1389] Oregon Death Index
Nuckolls«tab»Cleo H«tab»«tab»«tab»B1800v3«tab»190
Nuckolls«tab»Gladys«tab»«tab»«tab»B1800v3«tab»190


Name: Cleo Nuckolls
SSN: 542-01-0881
Last Residence: 97236 Portland, Multnomah, Oregon,
Born: 9 Jul 1895
Died: Nov 1969
State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 )

[XI1389] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Cleo Nuckolls
Name: «tab» Cleo Nuckolls
Birth Date: «tab» 9 Jul 1895
Death Date: «tab» 3 Nov 1969
Cause of Death: «tab» Natural
SSN: «tab» 542010881
Branch 1: «tab» ARMY
Enlistment Date 1: «tab» 24 May 1918
Release Date 1: «tab» 3 Jan 1919

Name: «tab» Cleo H. Nuckolls
Birth Date: «tab» 9 Jul 1895
Birth Place: «tab» Bolivar, Hardeman County, Tennessee, USA
Death Date: «tab» Nov 1969
Death Place: «tab» Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, USA
Cemetery: «tab» Lincoln Memorial Park
Burial or Cremation Place: «tab» Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon, USA

[NI1390] PRICE, Anne Zimmerman 95, of Irvington Virginia, formerly of West Falmouth, Massachusetts, died peacefully on March 2, 2012. Mrs. Price was born August 15, 1916 in Pittsburg Pennsylvania to the late Rufus Eicher Zimmerman and Anna Burns Zimmerman. She attended The Kent Place School in Summit, New Jersey and graduated from Vassar College in 1938. After college Anne worked in Washington D.C. where she met her future husband Nelson Oswald Price, Captain U.S. Army. After the war Mr. Price was employed by Socony-Vacuum Oil Company (now ExxonMobil) and stationed in Calcutta, India. In January of 1947 Anne boarded a freighter for a long journey to Calcutta where she married Nelson on March 3, 1947. This was the beginning of a long life of overseas travel. They lived in India, Burma, Thailand and Nigeria. Anne and Nelson returned to the United States in 1960 to build a home in West Falmouth, Massachusetts. While living on Cape Cod, Anne became an active member of the Woman's Committee at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and a social member of the Wood's Hole Golf Club. Anne and Nelson continued their world traveling by visiting many of the countries they had lived in, spending a year in Peru and several winters in Barbados. After the death of her beloved husband in 2004, Anne moved to Rappahannock Westminster Canterbury in 2005. She is survived by her nephew, Samuel C. Nuckols III, his wife Ella Jackson Nuckols and their daughters Paige Sinkler Nuckols and Margaret Nuckols Williams and her husband Silas. She was preceded in death by her sister«b»«i» Margaret Zimmerman Nuckols of Summit, New Jersey«/b»«/i». Donations in her memory may be made to the Rappahannock Westminster Canterbury Foundation, 132 Lancaster Drive, Irvington, VA 22480. «b»Published in The Boston Globe on March 7, 2012«/b»

[DI1390] Social Security Death Index about Margaret W. Nuckols (not sure)
Name: «tab»Margaret W. Nuckols
SSN: «tab»104-03-7066
Last Residence: «tab»07764 West Long Branch, Monmouth, New Jersey,
Born: «tab»17 Apr 1916
Died: «tab»13 Jul 1994
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»New York (Before 1951)

[BI1391] Name: «tab» Fremont Nuckolls
Gender: «tab» Male
Birth Date: «tab» 27 Apr 1899
Birth Place: «tab» Jackson, Madison
Father: «tab» John Franklin Nuckolls
Mother: «tab» Mary Lee Thompson
[scanned]
Submitted 12/31/1943
One affidavit from Dept of Public Instruction, Pryor OK dated Mar 14, 1942

[XI1391] Elmwood Cemetery, Sec D Row 12

[NI1392] Appears in 1910 census, son Francis age 8.

[BI1393] Name: «tab» Ercile Martin Nuckolls
Gender: «tab» Male
Birth Date: «tab» 14 Nov 1907
Birth Place: «tab» Jackson, Madison
Father: «tab» John Franklin Nuckolls
Mother: «tab» Mary Lee Thompson
[scanned] applied 2/9/1942

[DI1393] Tulsa World (OK) - May 1, 2001
Deceased Name: Nuckolls, Ercile M.
Nuckolls, Ercile M., 93, retired cabinetmaker, died Sunday. Services 2 p. m. Wednesday, Moore's Eastlawn Funeral Home Chapel.

[XI1393] Nuckolls, Ercile M., bur. 5/2/2001, Sec. Memories (16) L-495 #3
Nuckolls, Pattie A., bur. 7/1/1930, Sec. Memories (16) L-495 [poss dau by first marriage]
Rose Hill Memorial Park
Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma
Submitted by Arlen Gregory [rosehillmemorialpark@cox.net].

U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Ercile Nuckolls
Name: «tab» Ercile Nuckolls
Birth Date: «tab» 14 Nov 1907
Death Date: «tab» 29 Apr 2001
SSN: «tab» 443036207
Branch 1: «tab» A
Enlistment Date 1: «tab» 9 Sep 1943
Release Date 1: «tab» 9 Oct 1945

[DI1394] Name: «tab»Richard Lafaette Nuckolls
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»18 Jun 1943
Event Place: «tab»Hardeman, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»78
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»04 Feb 1865
Birthplace: «tab»Tenn.
Spouse: «tab»
Father: «tab»William Whittaker Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee
Mother: «tab»Mary Frances Bishop
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee
Occupation: «tab»Farmer
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»Bolivar Rural
Cemetery: «tab»Unknown
Burial Place: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»18 Jun 1943
Informant: «tab»Mrs Grace Furr
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184877
Image Number: «tab»2412
Film Number: «tab»2137335
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn12136

[XI1394] Alson listed buried
Nuckolls Family Cemetery Bolivar, TN

[NI1395] Buried in Cearley Cemetery

[NI1397] Does not appear in the 1870 census as a child

[DI1397] Name: «tab»Narcissus Olivia Maroney
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»02 Mar 1953
Event Place: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»
Race or Color: «tab»
Age: «tab»84
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1869
Birth Date: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»
Father: «tab»Wm. Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Mary F. Bishop
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Cemetery: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»
Informant: «tab»
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4181490
Image Number: «tab»1031
Film Number: «tab»2372477
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 53-06007

[NI1398] 14073 Chas.Monroe MARONEY (dec) M W M farm er abt.62 yrs. 6/18/30 TN di st 15 toxic nephrosis;acute. James M ORONEY (father) TN Martha Ann WALTON (Mothe r) TN Hardeman County T.L. MARON EY Jackson,TN husband of Narcissus NUCKOL

[DI1398] Name: «tab»Chas. Monroe Maroney
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»18 Jun 1930
Event Place: «tab»Jackson, Madison, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»about 62
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1868
Birth Date: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee
Spouse: «tab»Narcissus Nuckolls
Father: «tab»James Maroney
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee
Mother: «tab»Martha Ann Walton
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee
Occupation: «tab»Farmer
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»Hardiman County, Tennessee
Cemetery: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»Hardiman County
Burial Date: «tab»20 Jun 1930
Informant: «tab»T L Maroney,
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184109
Image Number: «tab»1590
Film Number: «tab»1876766
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 14073

[NI1414] Shelby Co TN Office of Registrar
4013-447 WD NUCKOLLS HOUSTON BASS A H 05/30/1958
4076-507 WD NUCKOLLS HOUSTON BASS A H 11/26/1958

[BI1414] Name: «tab» Houston Nuckolls
Gender: «tab» Male
Birth Date: «tab» 24 Dec 1878
Birth Place: «tab» Toone, Hardeman
Father: «tab» William W Nuckolls
Mother: «tab» Mary Francis Bishop

[DI1414] Name: «tab»Houston Nuckles
SSN: «tab»413079826
Birth Date: «tab»24 Dec 1878
Birth Place: «tab»Bolivar, Tennessee
Claim Date: «tab»17 Feb 1949
Type of Claim: «tab»Life Claim
Notes: «tab»07 Oct 1977: Name listed as HOUSTON NUCKLES

[NI1416] Name: Knox Tate Nuckolls
City: Not Stated
County: Hardeman
State: Tennessee
Birth Date: 12 Jun 1883
Race: White
Roll: 1852991
DraftBoard: 0
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Spet 12 1918
Knox Tate Nuckolls, res RFD1 Bolivar, TN
Age 35 born June 12 1883, farmer, wife Mrs Dickens Nuckolls
Med height med build, Brn Eyes Dark Hair

[DI1416] Name: «tab»Knox Tate Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»410185612
Birth Date: «tab»12 Jun 1883
Birth Place: «tab»Hardeman, Tennessee
Claim Date: «tab»2 Nov 1949
Type of Claim: «tab»Life Claim
Notes: «tab»09 Sep 1977: Name listed as KNOX TATE NUCKOLLS

[DI1417] Name: «tab»Sallie Dickine Nuckolls
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»21 Jul 1923
Event Place: «tab»Oakville, Shelby, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»married
Race or Color: «tab»
Age: «tab»42
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»3/21/1881
Birthplace: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»
Father: «tab»Wm. A. Carothers
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Louise Waddel
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Cemetery: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»Whitesville, TN
Burial Date: «tab»7/22
Informant: «tab»K T Nuckolls
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183081
Image Number: «tab»709
Film Number: «tab»1299765
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»v 56 cn 57

[BI1418] Name: «tab»Malcolm Waddell Nuckolls
Gender: «tab»Male
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»04 Aug 1909
Birthplace: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Father's Name: «tab»K. T. Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Sallie Pickens
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Age: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C51927-2
System Origin: «tab»Tennessee-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»989299
Reference Number: «tab»p 6

[DI1418] Name: «tab»Malcolm W Nuckolls
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»06 May 1943
Event Place: «tab»Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»34
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»04 Aug 1908
Birthplace: «tab»Bolivar, Tenn
Spouse: «tab»
Father: «tab»K T Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Boliver, Tenn
Mother: «tab»Sally Caruthers
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Whiteville, Tenn
Occupation: «tab»Emp Supervisor
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»Nashville, Davidson, Tenn
Cemetery: «tab»Lexington
Burial Place: «tab»Tenn
Burial Date: «tab»08 May 1943
Informant: «tab»
Additional Relatives: «tab»X
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184876
Image Number: «tab»2672
Film Number: «tab»2137334
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 9872

[NI1419] HENDERSON COUNTY, TN - CEMETERIES - Lexington Cemetery
Nuckolls, Lillian Denver, 1898-1965, "Wife" [probably daught er of H. P. and Callie Denver, whose double marker is adjacent] (Old City)
Nuckolls, Malcolm Waddell, 1908-1943, "Husband" (Old City)

[DI1419] Name: «tab»Lillian D. Nuckoles
Death Date: «tab»14 May 1963
Death Place: «tab»Farmers Branch, Dallas, Texas
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»W
Death Age: «tab»62 years
Estimated Birth Date: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»11 Jul 1900
Birthplace: «tab»Sugartree, Tennessee
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Harry P. Denver
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Callie Rice
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Saleslady, Photography
Place of Residence: «tab»Grapevine, Denton, Texas
Cemetery: «tab»Lexington Cemetery
Burial Place: «tab»Lexington, Tennessee
Burial Date: «tab»15 May 1963
Additional Relatives: «tab»X
Film Number: «tab»2117273
Digital Film Number: «tab»4028588
Image Number: «tab»2626
Reference Number: «tab»cn30237
Source Citation

"Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDF9-XJS : accessed 6 May 2012), Lillian D. Nuckoles, 1963.

[BI1420] Name: «tab»William
Gender: «tab»Male
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»Hardemann, Tennessee
Birth Date: «tab»16 Aug 1911
Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman, TN
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Father's Name: «tab»Knox Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Sallie D.
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Age: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C73520-4
System Origin: «tab»Tennessee-VR
Source Film Number: «tab»989299
Reference Number: «tab»2:2LL206N

[DI1421] Knoxville News-Sentinel, The (TN) - April 28, 2007
NUCKOLLS, DOROTHY DOBBS 92 of Bolivar, died Wednesday, April 25, 2007 at M emphis Jewish Home. The widow of William Knox Nuckolls, who died in Apr il of 1966, she was a bookkeeper with the State of Tennessee for 20 year s. Mrs. Nuckolls was born August 11, 1914 in Knoxville, daughter of the la te George Walter Dobbs and Susie Girdler Dobbs and lived there for 50 yea rs before moving to Nashville. She lived in Nashville for 10 years, mov ed to Bolivar and then to Oklahoma before returning to Bolivar in 2004. S he previously owned Nuckolls Hardware and Variety Store. Survivors includ e: two daughters, Sue Ellen Shrum of Lebanon and Julia Bratcher of Somervi lle; seven grandchildren and one great grandchild. She was preceded in dea th by one son, Malcolm D. Nuckolls. The family requests that memoria ls be directed to the St. John's Community Services at 7891 Stage Hills Bl vd, #116, Bartlett, TN 38133. Shackelford Funeral Directors of Bolivar we re in charge of arrangements. Memorial services will be held at a later da te.

Dorothy Dobbs Nuckolls
[Dorothy Dobbs]
[Dorothy Nuckolls]
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»11 Aug 1914
Birth Place: «tab»Knoxville, Tennessee
Father Name: «tab»George W Dobbs
Mother Name: «tab»Susie M Girdler
Death Date: «tab»25 Apr 2007
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Jan 1938: Name listed as DOROTHY DOBBS NUCKOLLS; : Name listed as DOROTHY DOBBS; 05 May 2007: Name listed as DOROTHY D NUCKOLLS

[NI1424] The service station mentioned is at the junction of Broad Street (US250) a nd the road, 623 I think, that runs from Manakin to Hylas. The Johnsons l ived along that road about halfway between 250 and Hylas. Uncle William K eeton was the husband of Ada Willmonia Dabney, daughter of Newton Edwin Da bney and Emma Montague Mills. I think that was Lawrence Nuckols's father- the one that has the service station in Centerville. He was Nellie Nucko ls Atkisson's brother and he married a Johnson and lived on the road ne ar the rest of the Johnsons.Linton Nuckols was his father and his mother w as a Keeton
(Jennie)-one of Uncle William's sisters

[BI1425] Name: «tab»Mary E. Nuckolls
Gender: «tab»Female
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»27 Oct 1909
Birthplace: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Father's Name: «tab»K. T. Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Sallie D.
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Age: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C51927-2
System Origin: «tab»Tennessee-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»989299
Reference Number: «tab»p 20

[DI1425] «tab»Mary Currie Empson
[Mary N Empson]
[Mary Currie Nuckolls]
SSN: «tab»415647761
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»27 Oct 1909
Birth Place: «tab»Hardeman CO, Tennessee
Father Name: «tab»Knox T Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Sally D Caruthers
Death Date: «tab»26 Jun 2002
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Dec 1957: Name listed as MARY CURRIE EMPSON; 22 Aug 2002: Name listed as MARY N EMPSON

Name: «tab»Mary N. Empson
SSN: «tab»415-64-7761
Last Residence: «tab»
92612 Irvine, Orange, California, USA
BORN: «tab»24 Oct 1909
Died: «tab»26 Jun 2002
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Tennessee (1957)

[DI1429] Name: «tab»Eleanor Dickens Nuckolls
[Eleanor Nuckolls Glezen]
[Eleanor Glezen]
SSN: «tab»410282816
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»25 Apr 1914
Birth Place: «tab»Bolivar Hard, Tennessee
Father Name: «tab»Knox T Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Sally D Caruthers
Death Date: «tab»21 Apr 1988
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Oct 1940: Name listed as ELEANOR DICKENS NUCKOLLS; Mar 1961: Name listed as ELEANOR NUCKOLLS GLEZEN; 18 Sep 1978: Name listed as ELEANOR N GLEZEN

[BI1430] Name: «tab» Laura Nuckolls
Gender: «tab» Female
Birth Date: «tab» 19 May 1887
Birth Place: «tab» Toon, Hardeman
Father: «tab» Wm Whitaker Nuckolls
Mother: «tab» Mary Frances Bishop

[NI1432] Husband of Katie Louise Lockman

[BI1432] Name: «tab» William Douglas Lockman
Gender: «tab» Male
Birth Date: «tab» 12 Jun 1905
Birth Place: «tab» Bolivar, Hardeman
Father: «tab» William Lafayette Lockman
Mother: «tab» Laura Nuckolls
[scanned] delayed

[DI1432] Name: «tab» William Douglas Lockman
Birth Date: «tab» 12 Jun 1905
Death Date: «tab» 16 Jul 1986
Cemetery: «tab» Rutherford Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place: «tab» Rutherford, Gibson County, Tennessee, USA
Has Bio?: «tab» Y

[BI1433] Name: «tab» Mary Louise Lockman
Gender: «tab» Female
Birth Date: «tab» 6 Nov 1906
Birth Place: «tab» Bolivar, Hardeman
Father: «tab» William Lafayette Lockman
Mother: «tab» Laura Nuckolls
[scanned] delayed 9/20/1949

[NI1435] Named for the French physician

Birth cert for son Warren on typed application mames father Ambrose Pythias Nuckolls

Dallas Morning News 1/11/1902 Charters Filed
The A P Nuckolls Company of Terrell, capital stock $25,000. Purpose to tra nsact a general mercantile business. Incorporated by A P Nuckolls, T F Bon nett, J E Skinner and A A Garrett

Dallas Morning News 11/12/1903 To Be Sold at Retail
Terrell Texas Jan 11- The A P Nuckolls Company Sotck of drygoods, recent ly declared bankruptcy in this city, has been opened and will be sold at r eatil by the receiver, L A Stemmons.

1/16/1904 Dallas Morning News
Matters in Bankruptcy
In the matter of the voluntary petition in bankruptcy of A P Nuckolls of T errell, and adjourned session of the first creditors meeting was held yest erday in the office of Eugene Marshall, referee in bankruptcy. The $2000 b ond of L A Stemmons of Dallas, who has been chosen as receiver was approv ed. A dividend of 40 percent was declared and will be ready for payment wi thin ten days.

[DI1435] Name: «tab»Ambrose P. Nuckolls
Death Date: «tab»15 Feb 1907
Death Place: «tab»Terrell, Kaufman, Texas
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»W
Death Age: «tab»36 years
Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1871
Birth Date: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»
Marital Status: «tab»
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Place of Residence: «tab»Terrell, Kaufman, Texas
Cemetery: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»2034329
Digital Film Number: «tab»4165808
Image Number: «tab»00003066
Reference Number: «tab»38385
Source Citation"Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J6K5-N4F : accessed 6 May 2012), Ambrose P. Nuckolls, 1907.

[NI1436] Texas Death Index, 1903-2000
about Sue Warren Nuckolls
Name: Sue Warren Nuckolls
Death Date: 12 Jul 1962
Death County: Bexar
Certificate: 39980

Sister to Robert Lee Warren, (1865-1952) Dallas attorney, developer and fo rmer state senator. (Source Dallas Morning News Obit 3/25/1952 names sist er Mrs Sue Warren Nuckolls of San Antonio

[DI1436] Name: «tab»Sue Warren Nuckolls
Death Date: «tab»12 Jul 1962
Death Place: «tab»San Antonio, Bexar, Texas
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»
Death Age: «tab»88 years
Estimated Birth Date: «tab»5/19/1874
Birth Date: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»TX
Marital Status: «tab»wid
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»John W. Warren
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Eleanor (Unknown)
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Place of Residence: «tab»935 Aganier, Ave,
Cemetery: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»San Antonio
Burial Date: «tab»7/14/1962
Additional Relatives: «tab»Inf- Warren Nuckolls
Film Number: «tab»2117022
Digital Film Number: «tab»4028466
Image Number: «tab»1654
Reference Number: «tab»
Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J622-B38 : accessed 6 May 2012), Sue Warren Nuckolls, 1962.

[BI1437] Name: «tab» John Warren Nuckolls
Gender: «tab» Male
Birth Date: «tab» 18 May 1900
Birth Place: «tab» Toone, Hardeman
Father: «tab» Ambrose Pythias Nuckolls
Mother: «tab» Susie Warren
applied 9/21/1960 San Antonio, TX
[scanned] typed application

[DI1437] Name: «tab»Warren Nuckolls
Death Date: «tab»13 May 1974
Death Place: «tab»San Antonio, Bexar, Texas
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»
Death Age: «tab»73 years
Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1901
Birth Date: «tab»5/18/1900
Birthplace: «tab»TN
Marital Status: «tab»md
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Ambrose P. Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Susie Warren
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»auto salesman
Place of Residence: «tab»638 Viendo St
Cemetery: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»San Antonio
Burial Date: «tab»5/15/1974
COD Cancer of rectum
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»2243192
Digital Film Number: «tab»4167824
Image Number: «tab»1941
Reference Number: «tab»
Source Citation

"Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J63W-H5N : accessed 6 May 2012), Warren Nuckolls, 1974.


Name: Warren Nuckolls
SSN: 461-10-1848
Last Residence: 78201 San Antonio, Bexar, Texas,
Born: 18 May 1900
Died: May 1974
State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 )

[XI1437] Name: «tab» John Warren Nuckolls
Birth Date: «tab» 18 May 1900
Birth Place: «tab» Toone, Hardeman County, Tennessee, USA
Death Date: «tab» 13 May 1974
Death Place: «tab» San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, USA
Cemetery: «tab» Sunset Memorial Park
Burial or Cremation Place: «tab» San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas, USA
Has Bio?: «tab» Y

[DI1438] Name: «tab»Marjorie Byrd Nuckolls
[Marjorie Nuckolls]
[Marjorie Byrd Byrd]
SSN: «tab»451181587
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»20 Jun 1917
Birth Place: «tab»Shreveport, Louisiana
Father Name: «tab»James F Byrd
Mother Name: «tab»Jennie Randolph
Death Date: «tab»12 Aug 1991
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Sep 1937: Name listed as MARJORIE BYRD NUCKOLLS; 04 Jun 1993: Name listed as MARJORIE NUCKOLLS

Name: Marjorie Nuckolls
Titles:
Gender: Female
Marital status:
Death date: 12 Aug 1991
Death county: Bexar
Death place: Bexar, Texas, United States
Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[DI1440] Obituary Charles Raymond Davis, Jr
Charles grew up in Elizabethtown, N.C. and moved to Richmond Va in 1937. He joined the Navy in 1943 and fought in World War II where he was corpsman on beach battalion in five invasions in the South Pacific. After the wart, he attended Richmond Professional Institute (now VCU) and graduated in 1950 with a Bachelor of Science. He taught in Henrico County for two years before working with Wyeth Laboratories as a hospital representative until 1961 when he returned to teaching as a chemistry teacher at Tuckahoe Junior Hight and then as a chemistry teacher at Douglas S Freeman Science Education in 1963 from the University of Virginia. He later became assistant science supervisor for the Virginia State Department of Education and finished his work career as science supervisor for Chesterfield County in 1985. During his career as an educator, he attended Davis and Elkins College, UC- Berkeley and the University of Maryland, College Park, in order to further his knowledge of science education. In 1987 he retired and moved to Reedville, Va with his wife, Ada-Clarke Davis, where he was a member of the St Andrews Presbyterian Church, Northumberland Preservation, Inc, Chesapeake Bay garden Club, the Historical Society of the Northern Neck and the Northumberland Historical Society. He was an active volunteer in all of these until his health failed him. Charles is survived by his wife of 64 years, Ada-Clarke Davis Nuckols; a son, William Joseph Davis of Missoula, Montana; amd a daughter Simone d'Aubigne of Eugene, Oregon. He has two grandsons, Seth Christian Davis Swallen of White Salmon, Washington, and Nathanial Dabney Davis Swallen of Eugene, Oregon. Charles' family is grateful for the love and support of all of their friends given throughout the years, especially George and Linda Consolvo. They are deeply thankful for the home health care people who supplied so much love and support on a daily basis, Sherren Ball, Head Home Health Carte provider, Beanie Butler, Katie Ball, Blanche Thompson, and Brenda Kenner.

[BI1444] Name: «tab»Roberk Alver Nuckalls
Gender: «tab»Male
Birth Date: «tab»4 Sep 1905
Birth Place: «tab»Toone, Hardeman
Father: «tab»Anbrose Parre Nuckalls
Mother: «tab»Sacie Warren
3rd child of mother

[DI1444] Name: Robert A Nuckolls
Titles:
Gender: Male
Marital status:
Death date: 14 May 1985
Death county: Bexar
Death place: Bexar, Texas, United States
Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[XI1444] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Robert Nuckolls
Name: «tab»Robert Nuckolls
Gender: «tab»Male
Birth Date: «tab»4 Sep 1905
Death Date: «tab»14 May 1985
SSN: «tab»461100298
Branch 1: «tab»ARMY
Enlistment Date 1: «tab»1 Nov 1942
Release Date 1: «tab»10 Dec 1945

[HI1445] (Research):Name: Etta Louise Nuckolls
Titles:
Gender: Female
Marital status:
Death date: 27 Nov 1989
Death county: Bexar
Death place: Bexar, Texas, United States
Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[BI1446] Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997
Date of Birth: 13 Oct 1907
Birth County: Bexar
Mother's name: Nuckolls
Father Mrs Nuckols
Res 418 San Pedro Ave
Ligitimate birth but note that the father died 7 1/2 months previously
Certificate Number: 8267
Roll Number: 1903_0021

[NI1448] NR ID Number 83002124
Historic Name NUCKOLLS HOUSE
Project Name SHAWNEE HISTORIC HOMES THEMATIC RESOURCES
Address 200 E. FEDERAL
City SHAWNEE
County POTTAWATOMIE
County code 125
Lot
Block UNPLATTED
Section Township Range
Type BUILDING
Historic Function SINGLE DWELLING
Current Function SINGLE DWELLING
Area Significance 1 ARCHITECTURE
Area Significance 2
Architect / Builder UNKNOWN
Date Prepared
Year Built 1929
Original Site YES
Architectural Style RENAISSANCE REVIVAL
Roof Material CERAMIC TILE
Wall Material BRICK
Window Material WOOD
Door Material WOOD
Decorative Detail
Condition GOOD

DESCRIPTION: BUILT IN 1929 FOR ALVIN NUCKLES WHO MADE HIS FORTUNE SELLI NG OVERALLS. BUSINESS WAS GOOD, AFFORDING HIM THE ABILITY TO CONSTRUCT A L ARGE RENAISSANCE REVIVAL STYLE HOME. THE SYMMETRICAL FACADE IS CENTER ED ON A ROUND ARCH ENTRY DOOR WITH A BROKEN PEDIMENT PORTICO. LISTED IN NA TIONAL REGISTER 1/21/83.

[DI1448] Name: «tab»Alvin Sam Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»443104781
Birth Date: «tab»13 Jul 1872
Claim Date: «tab»13 Nov 1937
Type of Claim: «tab»Life Claim
Notes: «tab»09 Jun 1978: Name listed as ALVIN SAM NUCKOLLS

[NI1449] Daily Oklahoman, The (Oklahoma City, OK) - July 12, 1989
Deceased Name: Eva (Mrs. A.S.) Nuckolls
Eva (Mrs. A.S.), services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday, July 13, 1989 at Ga skill Funeral Chapel, Shawnee, with Rev. Don Combs officiating. Interme nt is to be at Fairview Cemetery. Mrs. Nuckolls died July 9, 1989, in Okla homa City, where she had lived since moving from Shawnee in 1963.Mrs. Nuck olls was born August 23, 1887, in Moulton, Alabama, to Thomas Marion and E lizabeth Caroline Waldrep. She, with her mother and younger brothers, Thom as and Loyd, moved to Shawnee in 1896. She worked for Pioneer Telephone Co mpany in Shawnee and Ardmore and for The Mammoth Department Store. In 191 9, she married Alvin S. Nuckolls, Sr., who was a founder and owner of Shaw nee Garment Manufacturing Company from 1904 to 1937. Mr. Nuckolls di ed in 1948.Mrs. Nuckolls was a member of St. Paul's United Methodist Churc h, which she first joined August 2, 1903. She was a charter member of Chap ter BB of PEO. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Alvin and C arolyn Nuckolls, and her niece and husband, Dorothy and George Defenbaug h. Other survivors include George Defenbaugh, Jr., Louise Defenbaugh Yearo ut, John Mark Defenbaugh and Christine Defenbaugh. In lieu of flowers, mem orial gifts may be made to St. Paul's United Methodist Church, 10th & Bear d, Shawnee, OK 74801, or World Neighbors.

[NI1450] Graduate of Rice Institute, Houston TX; Degree in Mechanical Engineering;
Graduate of Univ of OK; Degree in Aeronautical Engineering
One of three owners of Nuckolls-Bell Drilling Company.
Office Manager and Purchasing Agent.

[DI1450] September 5, 1920 - October 16, 2011 OKLAHOMA CITY Alvin Sammons Nuckolls, Jr., the only child of Alvin Sammons and Eva Waldrep Nuckolls died Sunday, Oct. 16, 2011, in Oklahoma City. He was born Sept. 5, 1920, in Shawnee, OK. Alvin attended the Shawnee Schools until he transferred in high school to Riverside Military Academy in Georgia. The next year he transferred again to the McCallie School in Chattanooga, TN. He graduated from McCallie in 1939, then proceeded to the Rice Institute in Houston, TX. He graduated from Rice with a degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1943. After college, Alvin worked for the Douglas Aircraft Company, which at that time had a division located at Tinker Field. He joined the Navy, received training and a commission, and was assigned to the aircraft maintenance section at Pearl Harbor. After the war, Alvin returned to Oklahoma and worked for Unit Rig in Tulsa for a relatively short time. Then, he, his cousin Bill Nuckolls, and their Shawnee friend Chub Bell, founded the Nuckolls Bell partnership and engaged in drilling oil wells in the central Oklahoma area for the next 20 years. Subsequently, Alvin founded Nuckolls Drilling Company. He later worked for Resource Drilling Company of Houston, TX, and Tri Max Bit Company in Norman, OK. He was a member of the 1st Presbyterian Church of Oklahoma City, the Petroleum Club, the NRA, and several oil industry related organizations. Alvin was a very private person, quiet, but not uninterested in others, and many times very prescient about their feelings. He was a perfectionist who wanted everything done just so, and was willing to try new ways of doing things. He was a hard worker to make things come out right. He was very independent, pretty much a male chauvinist - not in a bad way - it was just the way he was raised. His father came from a family of 7 boys and no girls, and so, he had lots of uncles to emulate and mentor him. Alvin was honest and did his best to do the right thing. Along life's way, Alvin made several very good friends whom he retained throughout his and their lives. All of them are gone now except his college roommate, so I envision some happy reunions in Heaven. He is survived by his wife Carolyn, his cousin, Dorothy Defenbaugh, late of Shawnee, OK and now living in The Woodlands, TX, and the son of his cousin Bill, Charles Nuckolls of Provo, Utah. Memorial services will be held at the 1st Presbyterian Church Chapel of Oklahoma City at 2p.m Saturday, Oct. 22, 2011. Burial will be in Shawnee, Oklahoma, in the Nuckolls lot in Fairview Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the 1st Presbyterian Church of Oklahoma City or the charity of your choice .Published in The Oklahoman on October 21, 2011

[NI1451] 1920 census has Irene Roberson, wister in law age 47 in household

Name: John Edward Nuckolls
City: Not Stated
County: Hardeman
State: Tennessee
Birth Date: 8 Jul 1874
Race: White
Roll: 1852991
DraftBoard: 0
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Sept 12 1918
John Edward Nuckolls, res Toone, TN age 44 born July 8 1874
Occ-Planter; Wife, Mrs Clara O Nuckolls
Med Height, Med Build, Blk Eyes, Blk/Gray Hair

[DI1451] Name: «tab»John E Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»409667229
Birth Date: «tab»8 Jul 1874
Claim Date: «tab»2 Oct 1958
Type of Claim: «tab»Life Claim
Notes: «tab»02 Oct 1958: Name listed as JOHN E NUCKOLLS

[DI1452] Name: «tab»Clara Nuckolls
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»02 Apr 1955
Event Place: «tab»Jackson, Madison, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»
Race or Color: «tab»
Age: «tab»79
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1876
Birth Date: «tab»10-1-1875
Birthplace: «tab»Miss
Spouse: «tab»
Father: «tab»Harper Caldwell Houston
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Mattie Jane Arnold
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Cemetery: «tab»Rainey
Burial Place: «tab»Toone
Burial Date: «tab»4/4
Informant: «tab»John E Nuckolls
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4181441
Image Number: «tab»1039
Film Number: «tab»1512771
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 55-08344

[NI1454] Successful business man and grocer in Jackson TN.

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 9-12-1918 Pottawatomie C o, OK
Will Starling Nuckolls age 40 born 3/21/1878
Works in factory of Shawnee ..... Mfg Co
kin Mrs W S Nuckolls, med height, med build, blue eyes, brn hair

[DI1454] Name: «tab» William S Nuckolls
Gender: «tab» Male
Birth Date: «tab» 21 Mar 1878
Birth Place: «tab» Hardeman, County
Age: «tab» 62
Death Date: «tab» 17 Apr 1940
Death Place: «tab» Jackson, Madison, Tennessee
Father's name: «tab» Jno W Nuckolls
Father's Birth Place: «tab» County, Tennessee
Mother's name: «tab» Frances Rebecca Anderson
Mother's Birth Place: «tab» County, Tennessee
Certificate Number: «tab» 9793

Name: «tab»William Starling Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»411035756
Birth Date: «tab»21 Mar 1878
Birth Place: «tab»Toone, Tennessee
Death Date: «tab»17 Apr 1940
Claim Date: «tab»23 May 1940
Type of Claim: «tab»Death Claim
Notes: «tab»07 Oct 1977: Name listed as WILLIAM STARLING NUCKOLLS

[NI1455] Name: Grace Williams Nuckolls
Place: Orange
Race: W
Gender: F
Death Date: Feb 1962
Certificate: 8215
Florida Death Index, 1961-1966

[NI1456] Name: William Starling Nuckolls
Place: Orange
Race: W
Birth Date: 14 Dec 1918
Death Date: 19 Feb 1973
Certificate: 14082

Florida Death Index, 1970-79

[NI1461] Name: Nuckolls, John E
Birth - Death: 1921-
Accession Number: 3125741
Source Citation: Dun & Bradstreet Reference Book of Corporate Management s. 13th edition. New York: Dun & Bradstreet, 1979. Use the "Principal Offi cers and Directors Index" in the Cross-Reference volume to locate biograph ies. The "Principal Officers and Directors Index" often alphabetizes by ti tles of address, such as Dr., Mrs., and Baron. Names with prefixes, su ch as Mc, De, and De La, may sometimes be located in more than one pla ce in the index.(Dun&B 1979)

Name: Nuckolls, John Edward
Birth - Death: 1921-
Accession Number: 3125742
Source Citation: Standard & Poor's Register of Corporations, Directors a nd Executives. 1984 edition. Volume 2: [Directors and Executives.]. New Yo rk: Standard & Poor's Corp., 1984.(St&PR 1984)
Who's Who in America. 42nd edition, 1982-1983. Wilmette, IL: Marquis Who 's Who, 1982.(WhoAm 42)
Who's Who in Finance and Industry. 19th edition, 1975-1976. Wilmette, I L: Marquis Who's Who, 1975.(WhoFI 19)
Who's Who in Finance and Industry. 20th edition, 1977-1978. Wilmette, I L: Marquis Who's Who, 1977.(WhoFI 20)

Jackson Sun Sept 1 2005 Newspaper Location: Jackson, TN, US
John Edward Nuckolls,
Graveside services for John Edward Nuckolls, 84, will be held at 2:00 PM S aturday, September 3, 2005 at Hollywood Cemetery. Mr. Nuckolls, a former r esident of Jackson, died on Monday, August 29, 2005, at the Pardee Hospit al in Hendersonville, NC. Arrington Funeral Directors is in charge of arra ngements.
Mr. Nuckolls was born in Shawnee, OK on July 26, 1921, the son of the la te William S. and Grace Williams Nuckolls. He was retired from Coca-Cola B ottling as a comptroller. Mr. Nuckolls was a veteran of the United Stat es Navy. He was Protestant in his faith.
He is survived by his wife Mary Lou Nuckolls of Orlando, FL; several niec es and nephews, Star Mahaffey of Hollywood, MD, Billy Nuckolls of Samsul a, FL, Jeanelle Nuckolls Rivers of Longwood, FL, Jenna Kennedy of Apopk a, FL, Carolyn Nuckolls Duncan of Plano, TX, Dr. Michael Alt of Louisvill e, KY and Mark Alt of Fayetteville, AR.
There will be no visitation at the funeral home prior to the graveside ser vice.
Arrington Funeral Directors 148 W. University Parkway 731/ 668-1111

[DI1461] Name: «tab»John Edward Nuckolls
[John E Nuckolls]
SSN: «tab»262405280
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»26 Jul 1921
Birth Place: «tab»Shawnee Pott, Oklahoma
Father Name: «tab»William S Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Grace R Williams
Death Date: «tab»29 Aug 2005
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Apr 1946: Name listed as JOHN EDWARD NUCKOLLS; 03 Sep 2005: Name listed as JOHN E NUCKOLLS

[NI1462] Name: «tab»Virginia Durham Nuckolls
Spouse: «tab»Warren Thomas Clark
County of Marriage: «tab»Duval
Marriage Date: «tab»1952
Volume: «tab»1357
Certificate: «tab»663
Source: «tab»Florida Department of Health

[DI1462] Name: «tab»Virginia Durham Nuckolls
[Virginia Dur Clark]
[Virginia Clark]
[Virginia Durham Durham]
SSN: «tab»264483267
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»1 Aug 1922
Birth Place: «tab»Okeene Blain, Oklahoma
Father Name: «tab»Obie E Durham
Mother Name: «tab»Maude Lee
Death Date: «tab»29 Aug 2005
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Oct 1951: Name listed as VIRGINIA DURHAM NUCKOLLS; : Name listed as VIRGINIA DUR CLARK; 07 Sep 2005: Name listed as VIRGINIA D CLARK

[NI1463] Name: Hudson Anderson Nuckolls
City: Not Stated
County: Hardeman
State: Tennessee
Birth Date: 20 Jan 1882
Race: White
Roll: 1852991
DraftBoard: 0
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918  Sept 12 1918
Hudson Anderson Nuckolls, res Toone, TN, age 36, born Jan 20 1882
Occ-Planter, next of kin, Jno E Nuckolls, Toone, TN
Short, stout, Brn Eyes, Blk Hair

[DI1463] Name: «tab»Hudson Anderson Nuckolls
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»26 Nov 1936
Event Place: «tab»Jackson, Madison, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»54-10-6
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»20 Jan 1882
Birthplace: «tab»Toone, Tennessee
Spouse: «tab»
Father: «tab»John W. Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman Co. Tenn
Mother: «tab»Fannie Anderson
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman Co. Tenn
Occupation: «tab»Farm Manager
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»Toone, Tenn.
Cemetery: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»Toone, Tennessee
Burial Date: «tab»28 Nov 1936
Informant: «tab»John E Nuckolls
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183411
Image Number: «tab»633
Film Number: «tab»1876845
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»30625

[NI1464] WWI Draft Registration Cards 1917-1918 6/5/1917 Pottawatomie Co, OK
Age 30 born Toone TN 10/16/1886, SIngle, tall, slender, Bron eyes, Red hai r

Victor H. Nuckolls -Private-First Class-54th Artillery Battery "A" Pg. 18 8. Camp Travis, Texas World War 1 Records

Florida Death Index 1877-1998

Name: Victor Hugo Nuckolls
Volume: 1995
Certificate: 32962
Place: Orange
Race: W
Gender: M
Death Date: Sep 1958

[DI1464] Name: «tab»Victor H Nuckolls
Birth Date: «tab»16 Oct 1886
Claim Date: «tab»2 Apr 1958
Type of Claim: «tab»Life Claim
Notes: «tab»02 Apr 1958: Name listed as VICTOR H NUCKOLLS

[NI1465] Drake family connection from sab1193@stargate.net

Laura Valerie Drake's father, James Henry Drake, remarried Augusta Valenti ne ponder in December 1902. Then it seems that Augusta and her father ca me to Oklahoma from either Tennessee or Alabama. I will try to check the se 2 states to see if records of Civil War show George as a Civil War Surg eon. I don't know what town they were from, only oral history that Augus ta grew up on a plantation before she moved to Oklahoma. She used to te ll her stepchildren stories, but they are all deceased now. After the mar riage of Augusta and James Henry Drake failed, she remarried. So did h e. He married Dora Carter in the 1920's, I think, and he stayed with h er until 1934, when he died in pontotoc, Mississippi. My grandfather, Jam es Allen Drake, wandered and only went to the 8th grade in Shawnee/Tecumse h, Oklahoma. He was born in 1899. Then, he joined the Navy in 1915, I 'm told, and was discharged in 1916, due to his being underage. As to whe re he lived between 1916 and 1922, I'm not sure. He married on July 3, 19 22 to Sarah Myrtle Drake in pontotoc, Mississippi. They had 5 childre n. My mother was one of them, Marjorie Marie Drake Curran. She often tal ked of her Aunt Vallie, as she helped her begin college at MSCW in Columbu s, Mississippi. I don't believe that my great Aunt Vallie Nuckolls finish ed school or her sister Virginia Drake Hunsicker. After their mother, Len ora Leaird Drake, died in 1902, they went to work in an overall facto ry in Shawnee, Oklahoma. That is where my great Aunt Vallie met Victor Hu go Nuckolls. I'm told that he was the boss there. I'm not sure when th ey moved to Orlando, Florida, but I've been told that Victor Nuckolls di ed as a result of an auto accident, when they were driving to visit famil y. I have a picture of her.

James Henry Drake was living in Fannin County and Hunt County, Texas in t he 1880's. That is where he met and married Jessica Lenora Leaird. Th ey had 9 children. I wish I could find a picture of Lenora. Somethi ng is pulling me to keep searching. She was born in 1866, and her mothe r, Mary McDougal Leaird died in 1867 and is buried near Ladonia, Texas. H er father is Jesse Leaird, and he died in the 1880's and is buried in t he Rehobeth Cemetery.

William Leftwich Drake, Civil War Vetern of the 2nd Mississippi Cavalry mo ved from prairie Mount, MIssissippi about 1873 to live with his son, Jam es Henry Drake and his family. William Leftwich Drake died in Merit, Hu nt County, Texas, and his remains were carried by train to Fannin Count y, Texas to be buried beside Virgel Drake, firstborn infant son of Leno ra and James Henry Drake. Strangely enough, I cannot find his burial sit e, but if I do, I want to put a Civil War marker on his grave. I am al so searching for gravesite of James Henry Drake in pontotoc, Mississip pi to put a marker there.

Name: Vallie D Nuckolls
Certificate: 112932
Death Place: Orange
Race: W
Death Date: 15 Nov 1987
Birth Date: 04 Nov 1890

Orlando Sentinel, The (FL) - November 17, 1987
Deceased Name: VALLIE DRAKE NUCKOLLS
VALLIE DRAKE NUCKOLLS, 97, 7685 Ceres Drive, Orlando, died Sunday. Bo rn in Oklahoma, she moved to Orlando from Shawnee, Okla., in 1920. She w as a homemaker and a member of Downtown Baptist Church, Orlando. She w as a member of PEO. Survivors: brother, Henry Drake, Loma Linda, Calif.; s ister, Virgie Hunsicer, Shawnee. W. Guy Black Golden Rule Home for Funeral s, Orlando.

[NI1466] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 6/5/1917 Pottawatomie Co ,, OK
age 28 born 2/9/1889 Toone, TN, married, wife and child,
Med height, med build, blue eyes, L Brn hair no defects

[DI1466] Name: «tab»Carlisle Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»443104782
Birth Date: «tab»9 Feb 1889
Death Date: «tab»31 Dec 1953
Claim Date: «tab»19 Mar 1954
Type of Claim: «tab»Death Claim
Notes: «tab»04 Nov 1977: Name listed as CARLISLE NUCKOLLS

[XI1472] Brewer, John H. 20 Sept 1843-8 Dec 1876 Husband of A.M. Brewer

[NI1473]
Tennessee State Marriages, 1780-2002
about J F Watson
Name: «tab»J F Watson
Spouse: «tab»Martha Dorris
Marriage Date: «tab»7 Dec 1899
Marriage County: «tab»Hardeman
Marriage State: «tab»Tennessee

[DI1475] Name: «tab» James Sterling Brewer
Event: «tab» Death
Event Date: «tab» 01 Jan 1954
Event Place: «tab» Tennessee
Gender: «tab» Male
Marital Status: «tab»
Race or Color: «tab»
Age: «tab» 77
Estimated Birth Year: «tab» 1877
Birth Date: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»
Father: «tab» Brewer
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother: «tab» Nuckolls
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Cemetery: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»
Informant: «tab»
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab» 4181420
Image Number: «tab» 2183
Film Number: «tab» 1343058
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab» cn 54-02935

[BI1477] Name: «tab» Amanda Francis Watson
Gender: «tab» Female
Birth Date: «tab» 29 Nov 1884
Birth Place: «tab» Bolivar, Hardeman
Father: «tab» Julius F Watson
Mother: «tab» Amanda Nuckolls
[scanned[ delayed 4/17/1941

[DI1478] Name: «tab»Lewis Thomas Watson
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»08 May 1952
Event Place: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»married
Race or Color: «tab»
Age: «tab»70y2m10d
Estimated Birth Year: 2-28-«tab»1882
Birth Date: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman Co, TN
Spouse: «tab»
Father: «tab»Julius Watson
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Amanda Nuckolls
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»retired farmer
Street Address: «tab»205 S Water
Residence: «tab»
Cemetery: «tab»none listed
Burial Place: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»
Informant: «tab»Mrs Wilbur Doyle, Bolivar, TN 201 N Jones St
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4181476
Image Number: «tab»2558
Film Number: «tab»2372462
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 52-10574

[NI1480] Narcissa Nuckolls did not have a son named Ewin.....as noted in Bertha's book.

«b»Ewin Pirtle, head, 4/1857
Walter, son, 4/1883«/b»
«b»Lizzie, dau, 5/1884
Toone, 12/1885 ( I had even searched by this first name and not found it)«/b»
«b»Tennie, dau, 11/1887
Priscilla, 9/1890
Elma, dau, 2/1892«/b»
«b»Eugene, son, 1/1895«/b»
«b»Walter, son, 5/1887«/b»
«b»Chrisman, son, 3/1898«/b»
«b»I then found a marriage record for E W Pertle to Jennie Pugh 12/2/1880 Hardeman Co, TN«/b»
«b»So this is put to rest. Ewin is not the child of Narcissa Nuckols, but her step son Ewin, son of Isaac Pirtle and his first wife... «/b»

children I show for Ewing Westley Pirtle and Eliza Jane (Jennie) Pugh are:Ewing Walter Pirtle Jr. @1883
Elizabeth Pirtle 8 May 1884 (Lizzie)
Toone Pirtle Sr. @1885 (Toone)
Pearl Pirtle @1887
Abigail Pirtle @1890
Elma Pirtle @1892 (Elma)
Pirtle @1894
Bray Pirtle 4 Aug 1895
Malone Pirtle @1897
Chism Pirtle @1898 (Chrisman)
Mae Pirtle @1899
Sue Pirtle @1903
Hunt Pirtle @1905

[DI1481] Name: «tab»Nora Jane Brewer
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»02 Jun 1947
Event Place: «tab»Rural, Hardeman, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»72
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»24 Nov 1874
Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman, Tenn.
Spouse: «tab»James Starling Brewer
Father: «tab»Tom Barnes
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Nannie Baker
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»Housekeeper
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»Pocahontas, Hardeman, Tenn.
Cemetery: «tab»Moore
Burial Place: «tab»Pocahontas, Tenn.
Burial Date: «tab»03 Jun 1947
Informant: «tab»
Additional Relatives: «tab»X
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184924
Image Number: «tab»263
Film Number: «tab»2137384
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 12741

[HI1483] (Research):Son of Francis D Coburn and Mary Widner of North Carolina
1900 Census Shelby Co, TN he is living with his widowed sister Francine Seward and named as her brother. He says born 4/1835 AL NC SC and also claims he is a widower.

[HI1485] (Research):There is a record in Hardeman Co, TN of a Laura F Bradford to a Charles M Browne
10/28/1909. Neither can be located in the 1910 census. Narcissas claims in 1900 both of her children are deceased.

[DI1485] California Death Index, 1940-1997 about Laura Frances Browne
Name: «tab»Laura Frances Browne
[Laura Frances Bradford]
Social Security #: «tab»0
Sex: «tab»Female
Birth Date: «tab»24 Dec 1862
Birthplace: «tab»Mississippi
Death Date: «tab»18 Dec 1944
Death Place: «tab»Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: «tab»Nuckolls
Father's Surname: «tab»Bradford

[XI1489] Buried on stone with first wife Bettie Malone 1875-1950

[NI1499] I was intrigues with your email. The Overton/Pirtle data currently listed with my Overton's and Related Families are early/early collateral data merged when we (My dad and I) were searching for a link between our Overton's and the Pirtle/Overton's. (I was looking harder than my dad! He pretty much concluded that a good link was not in the major branches with our family.) I still haven't found that hard link. But, Your email caused me to relook that data. I am in agreement with your findings, that the existing data is, at best, very dubious. I wish there was more I could add, but, it has not been an area that I have pursued for many years. It does make for some interesting detective work. With all the new data available, It makes for a good challenge. I will keep an eye open!
Overton
Vegas, NV
«u»billo@usovertons.com«/u»

[NI1500] living 1900 next to poss parents Hardeman Co, TN
Andrew Overton 12/1842,57, TN VA VA
Jane, wife, 2/1839 m33y 7/4 TN TN TN
Abbie, dau, 1879,21, TN

[NI1536] Wife of 1) Dr. Charles Milton Hollingsworth
2) W. F. Nuckolls

[DI1539] Name: Thomas Ragland
SSN: 408-16-7364
Last Residence: 38117 Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee,
Born: 1 Aug 1912
Died: Oct 1986
State (Year) SSN issued: Tennessee (Before 1951 )

[DI1541] Social Security Death Index about Nancy Mills
Name: «tab»Nancy Mills «tab»
SSN: «tab»412-05-3906
Last Residence: «tab»38104 Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee,
Born: «tab»5 Aug 1914
Died: «tab»Nov 1984
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Tennessee (Before 1951)

[DI1542] Social Security Death Index about Roy H. Mills
Name: «tab»Roy H. Mills «tab»
SSN: «tab»409-20-6593
Last Residence: «tab»37743 Greeneville, Greene, Tennessee,
Born: «tab»7 Nov 1913
Died: «tab»2 Feb 1993
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Tennessee (Before 1951)

[DI1544] Donna Joyce Nelson, the daughter of Ray and Fern (Brown) Stambaugh, was born Dec. 30, 1932, near Coin, on the Stambaugh family farm. She passed away on Saturday, Aug. 25, 2012, at the Select Specialty Hospital, Omaha, at the age of 79 years, 7 months and 26 days.
Donna was raised on the family farm near Coin. She graduated from Coin High School with the class of 1950. Donna continued her education at Iowa Western Community College, Clarinda, receiving her teaching certificate. Her first several years of teaching were at Macedonia, and then at Exira. Donna was united in marriage to Dwight G. Nelson on Feb. 12, 1955 in Coin.
For 30 years, they made their home and raised their family on a farm south of Red Oak. During this time, she taught school at Coburg, Essex, and in Red Oak at the Junior High School, and later at Inman Elementary School. While teaching, in the summer months, she attended Northwest Missouri State University earning her Bachelor's degree in Education and Master's degree in Special Education. In 1991, Donna and Dwight moved to the Lindquist Nelson century farm at Nyman and she retired from teaching in 2007. She was a member of Fremont Lutheran Church in Nyman. Donna was active with the Order of Eastern Star in Red Oak, having served as Worthy Matron, Grand Representative to Arkansas in 1970, and was a District Grand Deputy for the Order of Rainbow for Girls. She was a past member of White Shrine in Shenandoah.
Family was central to Donna's life; she treasured her parents, children and grandchildren and spent as much time as she could with them, nurturing and providing guidance. She also enjoyed reading and embroidery sewing, along with researching and studying local history and genealogy.
Donna was preceded in death by her parents and a grandson, Christopher Douglas Nuckolls.
Donna is survived by her husband, Dwight G. Nelson of rural Red Oak; children: Dwight Nelson Jr. and wife Dawn of rural Red Oak; Mary Auten and husband Rick of rural Clarinda; and Karen Nelson and husband Tom Mahr of Washington, D.C.; seven grandchildren: Joseph Nelson, Jennifer Nelson, Jeremy Nelson and wife Nichole, Dustin Nuckolls and wife Becky, Ashlee Nuckolls, Aaron Mahr and Nicholas Mahr; 6 great-grandchildren: Emma and Macey Nuckolls, Brayden and Caydence Johnson, Jaykob and Lillie Nelson; and brother and sister in-law, Paul and Lois Stambaugh of Denver; nieces and nephews, along with other relatives and friends.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 31, 2012 at Fremont Lutheran Church, Nyman. Burial will follow in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Nyman, with the Rev. Jerry Lamb, Officiating.
Visitation with the family present will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 30 from at Sellergren-Lindell-DeMarce Funeral Home
A memorial is being established in Donna's name.
Remembrances and condolences may be shared with the family at www.sldfuneralhome.com
Sellergren-Lindell-DeMarce Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
Published in Shenandoah Valley News Today on August 28, 2012

[DI1546] Audrey I Cowell Clarke, 84, of Durand, passed away Saturday, September 1st, 2012 at McLaren Flint. She was an inventory specialist with R.G.I.S. She was born in Flint on May 18, 1928, the daughter of Ralph Howell Haskell and Christine Ann Reecer. She attended and graduated from Flint Northwestern. Audrey married Aubrey Clarke of Durand in Brown City, Michigan in September, 2001. He preceded her in death. She was a member of the AM VETS.Visitation will be Wednesday, September 5th from 4 PM to 8 PM and Thrusday, September 6th from 10 AM to 11 AM at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens Funeral Chapel, 1106 S. Washington Street, Owosso.Funeral services will be held at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens Funeral Chapel on Thursday, September 6th at 11 AM with Pastor John R. Miller officiating. Interment will be at Crestwood Memorial Cemetery, Flint.Survivors include: daughters, Marylin (Tom) Barnard, «u»«b»Emily (Stan) Nuckolls, «/u»«/b»Suzanne (Wesley) Canute and step-son, Richard (Charlotte) Clarke. Several grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren.Audrey was predeceased by her parents, husbands, Edward Cowell and Aubrey Clarke.
Audrey's family wishes to give a special thank you to Bethany, the ER nurse at McLaren Healthcare Center - "You were just great!"

[NI1547] Name: Jack D. Ragland
SSN: 412-01-7719
Last Residence: 38111 Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee, United States of Ame rica
Born: 24 Oct 1916
Died: 26 Feb 1990
State (Year) SSN issued: Tennessee (Before 1951 )

[NI1549] Name: Billy Ragland
SSN: 415-09-5816
Last Residence: 38109 Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee, United States of Ame rica
Born: 12 Nov 1919
Died: Aug 1967
State (Year) SSN issued: Tennessee (Before 1951 )

[BI1550] Name: «tab» Nannie Loraine Nuckolls
Gender: «tab» Female
Birth Date: «tab» 1 May 1891
Birth Place: «tab» Mercer, Madison
Father: «tab» William S Nuckolls
Mother: «tab» Nannie Dawson
(scanned)

[DI1551] Name: «tab» Joseph Claibrone Lackie Senior
Gender: «tab» Male
Birth Date: «tab» 23 Jul 1879
Birth Place: «tab» Tennessee
Age: «tab» 78
Death Date: «tab» 25 Dec 1957
Death Place: «tab» Jackson, Madison, Tennessee
Father's name: «tab» James Lackie
Mother's name: «tab» Sallie Jackson
Certificate Number: «tab» 57-30661

[XI1551] Name: «tab» Joseph C Lackie Sr
Birth Date: «tab» 23 Jul 1879
Death Date: «tab» 25 Dec 1957
Cemetery: «tab» Hollywood Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place: «tab» Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee, USA
Has Bio?: «tab» N

[DI1555] U.S. Rosters of World War II Dead, 1939-1945
Name: «tab» William N Lackie
Gender: «tab» Male
Race: «tab» White
Religion: «tab» Protestant
Cemetery Name: «tab» Tennessee
Disposition: «tab» According to next of kin
Service Branch: «tab» Army
Rank: «tab» Technician Fifth Grade
Service number: «tab» 34012746

[XI1555] Inscription:
Tennessee TEC5 630 Tank Destroyer BN WWII

[NI1556] Parents:
Levi Newton Todd (1878 - 1944)
Nova Loudella Cooper Todd (1881 - 1936)
Spouse:
William Nuckols Lackie (1911 - 1945)
Children:
Diane Lackie Wells (1944 - 2012)*
Siblings:
Florence Ara Todd-Gordon Harmon (1903 - 1993)*
Carmie Pauline Todd Harris (1904 - 1982)*
Corbia Avo Todd Davenport (1906 - 1994)*
Euna Todd Northcutt (1908 - 2000)*
James Wesley Todd (1911 - 1998)*
Dan Clark Todd (1915 - 2005)*
Horace Curlee Todd (1918 - 1981)*
Edna Katylee Todd Lackie (1921 - 2005)
Carl Newton Todd (1924 - 2004)*

Name: «tab» Edna Todd Lackie
Gender: «tab» Female
Marriage Date: «tab» 26 Apr 1962
Marriage Place: «tab» Madison, Tennessee, USA
Spouse: «tab» Eddie Bell Rosser

[DI1556] EDNA TODD LACKIE - Funeral services for Mrs. Edna Todd Lackie, 84, will be held at 1:00 p.m. Friday, March 4, 2005, in the Chapel of Lawrence-Sorensen Funeral Home with Dr. Craig Christina officiating. Burial will follow in Hollywood Cemetery.
Mrs. Lackie died Wednesday, March 2, 2005, at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital.
She was born in Cannon County, TN. The daughter of the late Levi N. and Nova Loudella Cooper Todd. Mrs. Lackie was a retired Optician for The Eye Clinic and worked as an Optician for the former John S. Milam Optical Company of Jackson. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Jackson where she was a member of the Rachael Lewis Sunday School Class and taught Sunday School for many years. She sang in the choir for 46 years.
Edna was preceded in death by her husband, William N. Lackie, who was killed while serving in the US Army during World War II, a grandchild, a great-grandchild, four sisters, three brothers and a son-in-law, James Marsh who died in January 2004.
Survivors include two daughters, Sue Lackie Marsh of Jackson and Diana Leigh and husband John T. Wells of Henderson, TN, four grandchildren, Laura Griggs and husband Joe of Brighton, TN, Kim Collins and husband, Jimmy, and Lesa Burkhead, all of Henderson, TN and Alicia Russell and husband, Richard, of Belle Chasse, LA; two step-grandchildren, Karin Marsh Rogers and husband, Brad of Humboldt, TN and Rhoda Marsh of Virginia Beach, VA, fifteen great grandchildren and a brother, Dan Todd of McMinnville, TN; two sisters-in-law, Sarajo Hassier and Mildred Lackie, both of Jackson.Please direct any memorials to First Baptist Church.Visitation with the family will be from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. today at the funeral home. Lawrence-Sorenson Funeral Home.(GMT)


Name: «tab» Edna T. Lackie
Last Residence: «tab»
38313 Beech Bluff, Madison, Tennessee
BORN: «tab» 8 Feb 1921
Died: «tab» 2 Mar 2005
State (Year) SSN issued: Tennessee (Before 1951)
Name of Deceased: «tab» Edna Todd Lackie
Age at Death: «tab» 84
Death Date: «tab» 2 Mar 2005
Obituary Date: «tab» 3 Mar 2005
Newspaper Title: «tab» Jackson Sun, The
Newspaper Location: «tab» Jackson, TN, US
Birth Date: «tab» abt 1921
Locations Mentioned in Obituary: «tab» Jackson, Jackson
Cannon County, TN, TN Cannon County
Brighton, TN, TN Brighton
McMinnville, TN, TN McMinnville
Henderson, TN, TN Henderson
Virginia Beach, VA, VA Virginia Beach
Belle Chasse, LA, LA Belle Chasse
Other Persons Mentioned in Obituary: «tab» Diana
Dan Todd
Rhonda Marsh
Nova Todd Cooper
Joe
Richard
James who died in January Marsh
Lesa Burkhead
Levi N.
Brad
Alicia Russell
Laura Griggs
Sue Marsh Lackie
William Lackie N.
Mildred Lackie
Karin Rogers Marsh
John Wells T.
Craig Christina
John S.
Jimmy
Sarajo Hassler
Humboldt

[DI1558] Diana Lackie Wells age 67 passed away February 15, 2012 at her home.She was born in Madison County the daughter of the late Bill and Edna Todd Lackie.She graduated from Jackson High School in 1962. She attended Lambuth College and was married to John Thomas Wells January 11, 1965.They made their home in Chester County. She worked at Chester Mfg. for several years and later at Tech. with Airways Animal Clinic.She was a member of the New Friendship Baptist Church.She is survived by her husband, John Thomas (Tom) Wells of Beech Bluff; three daughters, Laura Griggs of Ripley, Kimberly Collins (Jimmy) of Beech Bluff and Lesa Burkhead of Ripley; nine grandchildren, three great grandchildren; a sister, Sue Marsh of Jackson and an Aunt, Mildred Lackie of Jackson.

[XI1558] Burial:
New Friendship Cemetery
Henderson
Chester County
Tennessee, USA

[NI1559] Not the James Cosby lackie who died in Alabama in 1974. Different parents. Ironic he was born in TN

[DI1559] Name: «tab» James Lackie
SSN: «tab» 410-26-3653
BORN: «tab» 22 Apr 1914
Died: «tab» Dec 1974
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab» Tennessee (Before 1951)

[DI1560] Name: «tab» Frances McNatt
SSN: «tab» 414-12-0031
Last Residence: «tab»
38301 Jackson, Madison, Tennessee, USA
BORN: «tab» 2 Oct 1916
Died: «tab» 6 Jan 1994
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab» Tennessee (Before 1951

[DI1562] Name: «tab» Sarajo L. Hassler
Last Residence: «tab»
38134 Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee
BORN: «tab» 13 Sep 1918
Died: «tab» 19 Jul 2007
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab» Tennessee (Before 1951)

[DI1565] Funeral services for Miss Mildred Sue Lackie, age 92, will be at 11 a.m., Wednesday, March 18, 2015 in the chapel of Lawrence-Sorensen Funeral Home with Rev. Drew Brewer officiating. Burial will follow in Ridgecrest Cemetery.Miss Lackie died Monday, March 16, 2015 at Maplewood Health Care.She was born in Mercer, TN, the daughter of the late Joseph C. Lackie and Loraine Nuckolls Lackie. Miss Lackie moved to Jackson in 1937 and had worked as an Optician for 32 years with the former John S. Milam Optical Company. She was a member of Aldersgate United Methodist Church.
Other than her parents, she was preceded in death by her sisters, Frances McNatt and Sarajo Hassler; her brothers, James C. Lackie, William Lackie and Joseph C. Lackie, Jr.; her sister-in-law, Edna Todd Lackie; niece, Diana Wells; nephew, Joseph F. Lackie.
Surviving are her nieces, Sue Marsh of Jackson and Jane Stone of Ft. Walton Beach, FL; numerous great nieces and great nephews.
(Jackson Sun, Jackson, TN)

[NI1566] Name: William Franklin Nuckolls
City: Not Stated
County: Hardeman
State: Tennessee
Birth Date: 2 May 1900
Race: White
Roll: 1852991
DraftBoard: 0
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918  Sept 12, 1918
William Franklin Nuckolls, res Hardeman Co, Whiteville, TN
Age 18 born May 2, 1900
Mechanic working for C E Parke
rKin- William S Nuckolls, med height, med build, Gray eyes, Red Hair.

U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record
Name: William F Nuckolls
Birth Year: 1900
Race: White, citizen
Nativity State or Country: Tennessee
State: Tennessee
County or City: Madison
Enlistment Date: 30 Jul 1942
Enlistment State: Mississippi
Enlistment City: Camp Shelby
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)
Source: Enlisted Man, Regular Army, after 3 months of Discharge
Education: 3 years of high school
Civil Occupation: Cashier or Stock Record Clerk or Bookkeeper, General
Marital Status: Divorced, without dependents
Height: 67
Weight: 135

[BI1566] Name: «tab»William Franklin Nuckalls
Gender: «tab»Male
Birth Date: «tab»2 May 1900
Birth Place: «tab»Mercer, Madison
Father: «tab»William Starling Nuckalls
Mother: «tab»Nannie Dawson

[DI1568] Name: «tab»Narcissus Elizabeth Nuckolls Walton
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»28 Jan 1933
Event Place: «tab»Toone, Hardeman, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»65-11-10
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»18 Feb 1867
Birthplace: «tab»Tenn.
Spouse: «tab»C.E. Walton
Father: «tab»Frank Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn.
Mother: «tab»Sarah Frances Smith
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn.
Occupation: «tab»Housekeeper
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»Toone, Hardeman, Tennessee
Cemetery: «tab»C...Ley
Burial Place: «tab»Toone, Hardeman, Tennessee
Burial Date: «tab»30 Jan 1933
Informant: «tab»Mr C R Walton
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184140
Image Number: «tab»947
Film Number: «tab»1876797
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 937

[DI1580]
Social Security Death Index
about Kate Howell
Name: «tab»Kate Howell
SSN: «tab»410-82-9091
Last Residence: «tab»38381 Toone, Hardeman, Tennessee,
Born: «tab»29 Oct 1896
Died: «tab»Jan 1973
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Tennessee (1965 )

[DI1581] Name: «tab»George Walton
SSN: «tab»408-26-6865
Last Residence: «tab»37130 Murfreesboro, Rutherford, Tennessee,
Born: «tab»7 Jun 1899
Died: «tab»May 1969
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Tennessee (Before 1951 )

Tombstone Cearley Cemetery 1899-1968

[NI1593] Pharmacist in Oklahoma City OK.

[DI1597] Name: «tab»Lizzie Nuckols
[Lizzie Ayers]
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Age at Death: «tab»22
Birth Date: «tab»23 Apr 1894
Death Date: «tab»22 May 1916
Death Place: «tab»Iron Gate, Alleghany, Virginia, USA
Registration Date: «tab»23 May 1916
Father: «tab»Robt Ayers
Mother: «tab»Effie Francis
Died in childbirth

[DI1603] Name: «tab»Clinton Howell
SSN: «tab»414-09-1091
Last Residence: «tab»38381 Toone, Hardeman, Tennessee,
Born: «tab»1 May 1896
Last Benefit: «tab»38008 Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee,
Died: «tab»Dec 1979
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Tennessee (Before 1951 )

[XI1616] Shelby Co TN no death date.

[NI1623] wsnipes@krl.org
Bill Snipes

[NI1624] 1910 Madison Co, Jackson, TN pg63 4/25/1910
Walter Snipes, head, 37, m2x, m8y TN NC NC lumber inspoector
Jeanette, wfie, 25, TN NC TN, 2/2
Ora, dau, 17 TN
Laverne, son, 15, TN
Christine, dau, 13, TN
Gladys, dau, 4, TN
Marie, dau, 8m

Source Citation: Year: 1930; Census Place: Jackson, Madison, Tennessee; Ro ll: 2264; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 24; Image: 927.0.
Herman A Rogers 33
Christine Rogers 33
Margaret Rogers 11
Helen Rogers 9
Walter L Snipes 65 fat in law

[DI1624] Name: «tab»Walter Lee Snipes
Event Type: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»01 Feb 1941
Event Place: «tab»Jackson, Madison, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race: «tab»White
Age: «tab»77
Birth Year (Estimated): «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»23 Sep 1863
Birthplace: «tab»Madison, Tennessee
Spouse's Name: «tab»J... Allred
Father's Name: «tab»James Snipes
Father's Birthplace: «tab»North Carolina
Mother's Name: «tab»Unknown
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Unknown
Occupation: «tab»Retired Lumberman
Address: «tab»241 Linden Ave.
Residence Place: «tab»Jackson, Madison Co., Tennessee
Cemetery: «tab»Shady G...
Burial Place: «tab»Madison County
Burial Date: «tab»03 Feb 1941
Informant's Name: «tab»
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»004184461
Image Number: «tab»01778
GS Film number: «tab»1876896
Reference ID: «tab»cn 4045
Citing this Record"Tennessee, Death Records, 1914-1955," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NSHN-6RF : accessed 10 Oct 2013), Walter Lee Snipes, 1941.

[NI1628] In the 1900 Census, Annie, Ira and Laverne lived with their grandmother, F rank Nuckolls in Hardeman Co, TN

[HI1630] (Research):Researcher submitted wifes name as Amanda Nuckolls but cannot confirm this

[DI1636] Name: «tab»William Robert Spain
Event Type: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»22 Jan 1918
Event Place: «tab»Jackson, Madison, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race: «tab»White
Age: «tab»31
Birth Year (Estimated): «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»08 May 1886
Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»J. H. Spain
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee
Mother's Name: «tab»Jane Stewart
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee
Occupation: «tab»Insurance Business
Address: «tab»
Residence Place: «tab»Informant T R Spain
Cemetery: «tab»Holly Wood Cemetery
Burial Place: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»23 Jan 1918
Informant's Name: «tab»
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»004183278
Image Number: «tab»01701
GS Film number: «tab»1299690
Reference ID: «tab»v 40 cn 15

[DI1637]
U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-
Name: «tab»Herman Rogers «tab»
SSN: «tab»412-22-6539
Last Residence: «tab»38301 Jackson, Madison, Tennessee, USA
Born: «tab»4 Jan 1897
Died: «tab»Feb 1967
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Tennessee (Before 1951)

[DI1641]
U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-
Name: «tab»Claude E. Winslow «tab»
SSN: «tab»412-18-9412
Last Residence: «tab»38301 Jackson, Madison, Tennessee, USA
Born: «tab»20 Apr 1920
Died: «tab»15 Apr 1989
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Tennessee (Before 1951)

[NI1645] Informant on fathers death cert 1936

[DI1645] Name: «tab»Emma Caroline White
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»27 Feb 1947
Event Place: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»74 -6-29
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»28 Aug 1872
Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman, Tennessee
Spouse: «tab»William Wesley White
Father: «tab»Franklin Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman, Tenn.
Mother: «tab»Frances Smith
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman, Tenn.
Occupation: «tab»Housekeeper
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman, Tenn.
Cemetery: «tab»Union
Burial Place: «tab»Bolivar, Tenn.
Burial Date: «tab»27 Feb 1947
Informant: «tab»Miss Mary White
Additional Relatives: «tab»X
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184921
Image Number: «tab»163
Film Number: «tab»2137381
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 5140

[NI1647] 1900 Hardeman Co, Dist 4, TN -pg 68
Stephen Duncan, TN TN TN
John Nuckols, 1/1876, single, 24, boarding

Name: John Franklin Nuckolls
City: Not Stated
County: Hardeman
State: Tennessee
Birth Date: 6 Jan 1876
Race: White
Roll: 1852991
DraftBoard: 0

Marriage cert spelled with one L

[DI1648] Name: «tab»Sallie Mai Bond Nuckolls
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»22 Jul 1947
Event Place: «tab»Jackson, Madison, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»74
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»23 Mar 1873
Birthplace: «tab»Denmark, Tenn
Spouse: «tab»John Franklin Nuckolls
Father: «tab»Thomas Bond
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Madison County
Mother: «tab»Rosa Taylor
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Haywood Co. Tenn
Occupation: «tab»
Street Address: «tab»150 Hurt St
Residence: «tab»Jackson, Madison, Tenn
Cemetery: «tab»Hollywood
Burial Place: «tab»Jackson, Tenn
Burial Date: «tab»23 Jul 1947
Informant: «tab»Dr John Nuckolls
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184925
Image Number: «tab»525
Film Number: «tab»2137385
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 15474

[NI1649] Graduated with B.S. Degree from Univ. of Tenn.; graduated Univ. of Ten n. Medical School 1932; interned Bethesda Hosp., Cincinnati, and receiv ed resident training in Urology at Grady Memorial Hosp., Atlanta, Ga., a nd served 2 yrs. under the preceptorship of Dr. Montague L. Boyd in Atlant a; member of the American Medical Assn., American Urological Assn.; Southe astern Section Amer. Urological Assn.; Fellow of the Amer. College of Su rgeons and certified by the American Board of Urology. Served 5 yea rs U. S. Navy, W. W. II: I940, Charleston, S. C.; U. S. Naval Hosp. Charl eston, S. C., 2 yrs.; Panama and Nicaragua, 1 1/2 yrs.; U. S. Hosp., Quant ico, Va., 2 yrs.; entered the service as Lieut. senior grade, promot ed to Lt. Cdr. and then to Commander; discharged May 1, 1946, U. S. Nav al Hosp., Bethesda, Maryland; Medals: American Defense, American Theate r, Victory Medal WWII. At printing of Betha's book, was in practice of Uro logy at 607 Highland, Jackson, TN

[DI1650] Commercial Appeal, The (Memphis, TN) - January 31, 1996
Deceased Name: JACKSON - Nell Edenton Low Nuckolls
JACKSON - Nell Edenton Low Nuckolls, 82, of Pine Bluff, Ark., former ly of Jackson, homemaker, died Monday morning of heart failure at Trini ty Village Retirement Center in Pine Bluff. Services will be at 2 p.m. tod ay at First Baptist Church of Jackson, where she was a member, with buri al in Hollywood Cemetery. Lawrence-Sorensen Funeral Home has charge. She t aught Sunday school for 12 years and was a circle leader for 14 years at t he church. She was past president of the Daughters of the American Revolut ion-Madison County Chapter, Jackson Symphony League, West Tennessee Medic al Auxiliary, the Little Club, Town and Country Garden Club, Central Counc il of Parent Teachers Association, the Women's Missionary Society at the c hurch and the Jackson Archeological Society. She was organizing rege nt of the Colonial Gideons Macon Chapter of the Daughters of the Americ an Colonists. She was a charter member of the Captain Charles Barham Chapt er of the Colonial Dames of the Seventeenth Century. She had been Que en of the Bal Masque and vice president of Reelfoot Girl Scout Council. S he also was a member of the Dames of the Magna Carta, Daughters of the Cin cinnati, and the boards of the Jackson-Madison County Humane Society and Y outhtown Auxiliary. She was named Woman of the Year in 1964 by the Altru sa Club of Jackson. Mrs. Nuckolls, the widow of Dr. John Bond Nuckolls, le aves a daughter, Sarah Carleton Nuckolls of Memphis; a son, Dr. John Willi am Nuckolls of Pine Bluff, and four grandchildren.

Nell Low Nuckolls
[Nell L Nuckolls]
[Nell Low Low]
SSN: «tab»410828393
Gender: «tab»Female
Birth Date: «tab»2 Jun 1913
Birth Place: «tab»Jackson Madi, Tennessee
Father Name: «tab»William C Low
Mother Name: «tab»Olivia C Edenton
Death Date: «tab»29 Jan 1996
Claim Date: «tab»3 Jul 1975
Type of Claim: «tab»Duplicate SSN - change or replacement.
Notes: «tab»18 Jun 1975: Name listed as NELL LOW NUCKOLLS; 03 Jul 1975: Name listed as NELL L NUCKOLLS

[DI1652] e: «tab»Sarah Carleton Nuckolls
[Carleton Nuckolls Bateman]
[Sarah High]
[Sarah Bateman]
[Sarah Nuckolls]
Gender: «tab»Female
Birth Date: «tab»11 Apr 1949
Birth Place: «tab»Jackson Madi, Tennessee
Death Date: «tab»2 Dec 2006
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Mar 1962: Name listed as SARAH CARLETON NUCKOLLS; Jan 1971: Name listed as CARLETON NUCKOLLS BATEMAN; 20 Jul 1978: Name listed as SARAH CARLETON NUCKOL* HIGH; : Name listed as SARAH CARLETON BATEMAN; 15 Dec 2006: Name listed as SARAH C NUCKOLLS

[NI1655] Name: James Madison Nuckolls
City: Not Stated
County: Hardeman
State: Tennessee
Birth Date: 12 Jun 1884
Race: White
Roll: 1852991
DraftBoard: 0
WWI Draft Reg 1917-1918- 9/12/1918
James Madison Nuckolols, res Toone, TN; age 40 born Jun 12 1884 (??)
Self Emp Farmer, Married, wife Kate Nuckolls
Med Height, stout build, Blue Eyes

Birth date is not correct, but age is right. We know he was not born 1884

[DI1655] Name: «tab»James Madison Nuckolls
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»16 May 1945
Event Place: «tab»Hardeman, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»67-11*-4
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»12 Jun 1877
Birthplace: «tab», Hardeman, Tenn.
Spouse: «tab»Kate Thompson
Father: «tab»Frank Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab», Hardeman, Tenn.
Mother: «tab»Sarah Frances Smith
Mother's Birthplace: «tab», Hardeman, Tenn.
Occupation: «tab»Farmer
Street Address: «tab»Route 1
Residence: «tab»Toone, Hardeman, Tenn.
Cemetery: «tab»Rainey
Burial Place: «tab»Toone, Tenn.
Burial Date: «tab»18 May 1945
Informant: «tab»Vernon Nuckolls,. Bolivar TN
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184898
Image Number: «tab»2621
Film Number: «tab»2137358
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 9798

[DI1656] Name: «tab»Mrs.J.M. Nuckolls
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»27 Feb 1942
Event Place: «tab»Memphis, Shelby, Tenn.
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»59-6-17
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»17 Aug 1883
Birthplace: «tab»Hardiman, Tenn.
Spouse: «tab»J.M. Nuckolls
Father: «tab»James Thompson
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Hardiman, Tenn.
Mother: «tab»Alice Walton
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Unknown
Occupation: «tab»Housewife
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»Toone, Hardiman, Tenn.
Cemetery: «tab»Raniey
Burial Place: «tab»Toone
Burial Date: «tab»01 Mar 1942
Informant: «tab»Mrs C M Jordan
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184474
Image Number: «tab»1869
Film Number: «tab»1876909
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»6645

[NI1659] Commercial Appeal, The (Memphis, TN) - May 14, 1992
Deceased Name: ALICE NUCKOLLS MOORE
ALICE NUCKOLLS MOORE, 83, of Germantown, formerly of Jackson, Tenn., retir ed salesclerk, died Wednesday at Hillhaven Convalescent Center in Germanto wn. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. today at Rainey Cemetery near Too ne, Tenn. Shackelford Funeral Home of Bolivar, Tenn., has charge. She w as a member of West Jackson Baptist Church. Mrs. Moore, the widow of Jac ob Moore, leaves a sister, Marion Jordan of Memphis.

Name: Alice N. Moore
SSN: 414-34-8122
Last Residence: 38301 Jackson, Madison, Tennessee, United States of Ameri ca
Born: 25 Mar 1908
Died: May 1992
State (Year) SSN issued: Tennessee (Before 1951 )

[BI1659] Name: «tab»Alice Nuckolls
Gender: «tab»Female
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»25 Mar 1908
Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman, Tennessee
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Father's Name: «tab»Jim Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Kate
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Age: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C51927-2
System Origin: «tab»Tennessee-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»989299
Reference Number: «tab»p 18

[NI1660] Who's Who of American Women. Eighth edition, 1974-1975. Wilmette,IL: Marqu is Who's Who, 1973.(WhoAmW 8)Who's Who of American Women. Ninth edition, 1 975-1976. Wilmette, IL:Marquis Who's Who, 1975.(WhoAmW 9)

Occupation: School Teacher
Event: EDUC Union University,BA
Religion: Baptist,Bellview

Informant on death cert of mother 2/27/1942 Mrs C M Jordan, Toone, TN

Name: Marion N. Jordan
SSN: 410-54-9211
Last Residence: 38138 Germantown, Shelby, Tennessee, United Stat es of America
Born: 25 Aug 1910
Died: 11 Jul 2001
State (Year) SSN issued: Tennessee (1951-1952 )

[BI1660] Name: «tab»Marion Nuckolls
Gender: «tab»Female
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»23 Aug 1910
Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman, Tennessee
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Father's Name: «tab»J.M. Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Katie
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Age: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C73520-3
System Origin: «tab»Tennessee-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»989299
Reference Number: «tab»p 47

[NI1664] Commercial Appeal, The (Memphis, TN) - August 15, 1990
Deceased Name: JOHN NUCKOLLS JORDAN
JOHN NUCKOLLS JORDAN, 50, of Memphis, former teacher, died Tuesday at t he Regional Medical Center at Memphis after a long illness. Services wi ll be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Memorial Park Funeral Home with burial in Mem orial Park. He was a communicant of St. Mary's Episcopal Cathedral and a g raduate of Memphis State University, where he received a bachelor of ar ts degree and a master of arts degree. He leaves two daughters, Miss Deb ra Sue Jordan and Mrs. Marian Greenfield, and his mother, Mrs. Marion Nuck olls Jordan, all of Memphis; two brothers, Charles Jordan and James Thom as Jordan, both of Germantown, and a grandson. The family requests any mem orials be sent to St. Mary's Episcopal Cathedral.

[DI1666] e: «tab»Thelma Rose Mannon
[Thelma Mannon Nuckolls]
[Thelma Nuckolls]
SSN: «tab»409403653
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»27 Oct 1912
Birth Place: «tab»Hickory Valley, Tennessee
[Hickory Vall]
Father Name: «tab»Samul S Mannon
Mother Name: «tab»Annie M Shearin
Death Date: «tab»15 Jan 1990
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Jul 1944: Name listed as THELMA ROSE MANNON; May 1950: Name listed as THELMA MANNON NUCKOLLS; 27 Jan 1990: Name listed as THELMA M NUCKOLLS

[DI1667] Name: Mary Nuckolls
SSN: 412-78-6531
Last Residence: 38008 Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee,
Born: 1 Dec 1915
Died: Dec 1984
State (Year) SSN issued: Tennessee (1963 )

[NI1674] Name: Noah Richard Nuckolls
City: Not Stated
County: Madison
State: Tennessee
Birth Date: 23 Feb 1880
Race: White
Roll: 1877492
DraftBoard: 0
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Sept 18 1918
Noah Richard Nuckolls, res Madison Co, TN
Age 38 born Feb 23 1880, salesman for Mercer-Davis Co
Wife Florence L Nuckolls; Med height, slender build, Blue eyes, Sandy hair

1920 Madison Co, Dist 2 TN ED150
Nash Nuckolls, head, rent, 39, TN TN TN
Florence, wife, 36 TN NC TN
Frances, Dau, 7, TN

[BI1674] Tombstone 1881-1936

[DI1674] Name: «tab»Noah Richard Nuckolls
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»01 Aug 1936
Event Place: «tab»Civil Dist 2, Madison Co., Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»56-5-8
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»23 Feb 1880
Birthplace: «tab»Tenn.
Spouse: «tab»Florence Siler
Father: «tab»Frank Starling Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn.
Mother: «tab»Sarah Frances Smith
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn.
Occupation: «tab»Farmer
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Cemetery: «tab»Nuckolls Cem.
Burial Place: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»02 Aug 1936
Informant: «tab»Mrs E C White
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184449
Image Number: «tab»2528
Film Number: «tab»1876841
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 20514

[NI1677] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record
Name: Joseph F Nuckolls
Birth Year: 1920
Race: White, citizen
Nativity State or Country: Tennessee
State: Tennessee
County or City: Hardeman
Enlistment Date: 1 Oct 1942
Enlistment State: Georgia
Enlistment City: Fort Oglethorpe
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: 4 years of high school
Civil Occupation: Engineering Aide (Designated Field) or Sales Clerk
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
Height: 68
Weight: 128

[DI1677] Name: «tab»Joseph Franklin Nuckolls
[Joseph F Nuckolls]
SSN: «tab»412128711
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»24 Dec 1920
Birth Place: «tab»Mercer, Tennessee
Father Name: «tab»Noah R Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Lucy F Siler
Death Date: «tab»3 Feb 1984
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»May 1938: Name listed as JOSEPH FRANKLIN NUCKOLLS; 13 Feb 1997: Name listed as JOSEPH F NUCKOLLS

[XI1677] Name: «tab»Joseph Franklin Nuckolls
Birth Date: «tab»24 Dec 1920
Birth Place: «tab»Madison County, Tennessee, USA
Death Date: «tab»3 Feb 1984
Death Place: «tab»Hardeman County, Tennessee, USA
Cemetery: «tab»Bolivar Memorial Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman County, Tennessee, USA
Has Bio?: «tab»Y
Spouse: «tab»Eloise Janice Nuckolls
Father: «tab»Noah Richard Nuckolls
Mother: «tab»Lucy Florence Nuckolls
Children: «tab»Infant Son Nuckolls
Infant Son Nuckolls
Infant Daughter Nuckolls

[NI1678] Name: Luther Edward Nuckolls
City: Not Stated
County: Hardeman
State: Tennessee
Birth Date: 5 Jan 1882
Race: White
Roll: 1852991
DraftBoard: 0
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 (Sept 12, 1918)
Luther Edward Nuckolls, res Bolivar TN
Age 36 born Jan 5 1882; Occ Salesman for Kohr b...b
Wife Lorella Nuckolls; Med height, stout build, Grey Eyes, Lt Brn Hair

[DI1678] Name: «tab»Luther Edward Nuckolls
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»11 Apr 1940
Event Place: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman, Tenn.
Gender: «tab»Male
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»55
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»05 Jan 1885
Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman, Tenn.
Spouse: «tab»Lorella Burkhead
Father: «tab»Frank Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman, Tenn.
Mother: «tab»Fannie Smith
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman, Tenn.
Occupation: «tab»Farmer
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman, Tenn.
Cemetery: «tab»Union
Burial Place: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman, Tenn.
Burial Date: «tab»12 Apr 1940
Informant: «tab»Hortense Nuckolls
Additional Relatives: «tab»X
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183682
Image Number: «tab»2007
Film Number: «tab»1876886
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 9288

Name: «tab»Luther Edward Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»415016728
Birth Date: «tab»5 Jan 1883
Death Date: «tab»11 Apr 1940
Claim Date: «tab»2 Nov 1959
Type of Claim: «tab»Death Claim
Notes: «tab»21 Oct 1959: Name listed as LUTHER EDWARD NUCKOLLS

[BI1680] Name: «tab»Hortense Nuckolls
Gender: «tab»Female
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»26 Feb 1909
Birthplace: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Father's Name: «tab»Luther Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Lula
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Age: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C51927-2
System Origin: «tab»Tennessee-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»989299
Reference Number: «tab»p 19

[NI1681] Informant on death cert- Mrs J L Mitchell, Bolivar, TN

[DI1681] Name: «tab»Lorella Imogene Nuckolls
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»20 Sep 1935
Event Place: «tab»Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»18-8-13
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»07 Jan 1917
Birthplace: «tab»Bolivar, Tenn
Spouse: «tab»
Father: «tab»Luther Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Bolivar, Tenn
Mother: «tab»Lorella Burkhead
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Montezuma, Tenn
Occupation: «tab»Student
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»Bolivar, Tenn.
Cemetery: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»Bolivar, Tenn
Burial Date: «tab»
Informant: «tab»Mrs J L Mitchell
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184438
Image Number: «tab»978
Film Number: «tab»1876830
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 20967

[NI1682] Name: Albert Tilman Nuckalls
City: Not Stated
County: Hardeman
State: Tennessee
Birth Date: 25 Dec 1884
Race: White
Roll: 1852991
DraftBoard: 0
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Sept 12, 1918 Albert Tilm an Nuckolls, res Hardeman Co, Toone, TN Age 34 born Dec 25, 1884, self e mp farmer Wife Orene Nuckolls, tall, slender, Brn Eyes, Dk Brn Hair

[BI1682] Tobstone says born 1885. WWI Draft signed by him was 1884

[DI1682] Name: «tab»Albert T Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»415743901
Gender: «tab»Male
Birth Date: «tab»25 Dec 1885
Death Date: «tab»26 Nov 1963
Claim Date: «tab»22 Mar 1966
Type of Claim: «tab»Death Claim
Notes: «tab»16 Mar 1966: Name listed as ALBERT T NUCKOLLS

[NI1683] Father: J. Andrew Naylor
Mother: Laura E. Black b. 27 Nov 1858

[NI1684] Commercial Appeal, The (Memphis, TN) - June 24, 2003
Deceased Name: MERCER - Earline Nuckolls Midyett
MERCER - Earline Nuckolls Midyett, 92, homemaker, died Sunday at Jackson-M adison County General Hospital. Services will be at 1 p.m. today at Shackl eford Funeral Directors in Bolivar with burial in Hays Chapel Cemetery. S he was a member of Mercer Baptist Church. Mrs. Midyett, the widow of Jose ph Edgar Midyett, leaves a brother, David F. Nuckolls of Toone. The fami ly requests that memorials be sent to the American Cancer Society or Merc er Baptist Church.

Name: Earline N. Midyett
SSN: 412-76-6656
Last Residence: 38392 Mercer, Madison, Tennessee, United States of Ameri ca
Born: 29 Jun 1910
Died: 22 Jun 2003
State (Year) SSN issued: Tennessee (1963 )

[BI1684] Name: «tab»Nuckolls
Gender: «tab»Female
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»29 Jun 1910
Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman, Tennessee
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Father's Name: «tab»A. T. Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Ema O.
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Age: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C73520-3
System Origin: «tab»Tennessee-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»989299
Reference Number: «tab»p 32

[NI1690] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record
Name: Albert S Nuckolls
Birth Year: 1915
Race: White, citizen
Nativity State or Country: Tennessee
State: Tennessee
County or City: Hardeman
Enlistment Date: 24 May 1941
Enlistment State: Georgia
Enlistment City: Fort Oglethorpe
Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life
Education: 1 year of high school
Civil Occupation: Automobile Serviceman
Marital Status: Single, without dependents
Height: 70
Weight: 153

[NI1698] Family line submitted by Nuckolls Society Member, Lawrence E Nuckolls
6523 Country Knoll Court Memphis, TN 38135-1563 LarryN1121@aol.com

[BI1698] Name: «tab» Fred Smith Nuckolls
Gender: «tab» Male
Birth Date: «tab» 1 Aug 1887
Birth Place: «tab» Toone, Hardeman
Father: «tab» Sterling Franklin Nuckolls
Mother: «tab» Sarah Frances Smith
Affidavit-Court Order 1952
(Scanned)

[DI1698] Name: «tab» Fred S. Nuckolls
Event: «tab» Death
Event Date: «tab» 17 Jun 1955
Event Place: «tab» Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee
Gender: «tab» Male
Marital Status: «tab» married
Race or Color: «tab»
Age: «tab» 67
Estimated Birth Year: «tab» 8-1-1887
Birth Date: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»
Spouse: «tab»
Father: «tab» Frank Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother: «tab» Sarah Frances Smith
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab» 21y «b» Bolivar«/b»
Cemetery: «tab» Cearley
Burial Place: «tab» Bolivar
Burial Date: «tab» 6/18
Informant: «tab» E E Nuckolls
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab» 4181444
Image Number: «tab» 1863
Film Number: «tab» 1512774
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: cn 55-12685

Name: «tab»Fred S Nuckolls
Birth Date: «tab»1 Aug 1887
Claim Date: «tab»8 Sep 1952
Type of Claim: «tab»Life Claim
Notes: «tab»26 Aug 1977: Name listed as FRED S NUCKOLLS

[XI1698] Name: «tab» Fredric Smith Nuckolls
[Fred Nuckolls]
Birth Date: «tab» 1 Aug 1887
Birth Place: «tab» Tennessee, USA
Death Date: «tab» 17 Jun 1955
Death Place: «tab» Bolivar, Hardeman County, Tennessee, USA
Cemetery: «tab» Cearley Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place: «tab» Toone, Hardeman County, Tennessee, USA

[BI1700] Name: «tab» Sarah Lucille Nuckolls
Gender: «tab» Female
Birth Date: «tab» 27 Mar 1908
Birth Place: «tab» Hardeman
Father: «tab» Fred Smith Nuckolls
Mother: «tab» Sarah Frances Brown
delayed [scanned]

[NI1706] Shelby Co, Memphis TN Office of Registrar
2614-338 MTG NUCKOLLS EDWARD H HOLLADAY R G 07/25/1950
2614-342 MTG NUCKOLLS EDWARD H HOLLADAY R G 07/25/1950
G17545 MTG NUCKOLLS EDWARD H ETUX HAMPTON J R TR ETAL 05/10/1971 VI
J60588 REL U P NATL BK NUCKOLLS EDWARD H ETUX 05/14/1974
K24960 REL EQUITABLE LIFE INS CO NUCKOLLS EDWARD H ETUX 02/27/1975

[XI1706] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Edward Nuckolls
Name: «tab»Edward Nuckolls
Gender: «tab»Male
Birth Date: «tab»12 Sep 1912
Death Date: «tab»17 Mar 1986
SSN: «tab»410223741
Branch 1: «tab»ARMY
Enlistment Date 1: «tab»2 Apr 1941
Release Date 1: «tab»18 Nov 1944

[DI1707] Name: «tab»Frances W Nuckolls
[Frances Elizabeth Waltenberger]
[Frances Nuckolls]
[Frances W Willoughby]
SSN: «tab»277076753
Gender: «tab»Female
Birth Date: «tab»31 Jan 1924
Birth Place: «tab»Hardiman Cou, Tennessee
[Hardeman Too??, Tennessee]
Father Name: «tab»Larence Willoughby
Mother Name: «tab»Eula B Tippitt
Death Date: «tab»30 Jan 1949
Claim Date: «tab»14 Feb 1949
Type of Claim: «tab»Duplicate SSN - change or replacement.
Signature on SSN Card: «tab»FRANCIS O NUCKOLLS
Relationship of Signature: «tab»Signature name differs from NH's name.
Notes: «tab»11 Aug 1975: Name listed as FRANCES W NUCKOLLS; 05 Jan 1977: Name listed as FRANCES ELIZABETH WALTENBERGER; 18 Oct 2006: Name listed as FRANCES O NUCKOLLS

[NI1709] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record
Name: Elbert E Nuckolls
Birth Year: 1914
Race: White, citizen
Nativity State or Country: Tennessee
State: Tennessee
County or City: Hardeman
Enlistment Date: 1 Oct 1942
Enlistment State: Georgia
Enlistment City: Fort Oglethorpe
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: Grammar school
Civil Occupation: Tracktor Driver* or Truck Driver, Heavy or Chauffe ur or Truck Driver, Light An asterisk (*) appearing after a job title indi cates that a trade test for the particular occupation will be found in t he United States Employment Service Manual, Oral Trade Test
Marital Status: Divorced, without dependents
Height: 69
Weight: 154

Shelby Co, Memphis, Office of Registrar
4097-152 WD BLAKELY F A JR NUCKOLLS ELBERT E 02/03/1959 VIEW
4164-407 MTG NUCKOLLS ELBERT E PARNELL EVANGELINE 03/22/1959 VIEW
2026-293 CHAT NUCKOLLS E E MANNELLY FINANCE CORP 04/29/1964
J39556 PAR PARNELL JAMES W NUCKOLLS ELBERT E 02/01/1974

[DI1709] Name: «tab»Elbert Earl Nuckolls
[Elbert E Nuckolls]
SSN: «tab»408208878
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»17 Sep 1914
Birth Place: «tab»Bolivar Hard, Tennessee
Father Name: «tab»Fred S Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Sarah F Brown
Death Date: «tab»22 Aug 1973
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Nov 1939: Name listed as ELBERT EARL NUCKOLLS; 17 Jan 1997: Name listed as ELBERT E NUCKOLLS

U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Elbert Nuckolls
Name: «tab»Elbert Nuckolls
Birth Date: «tab»17 Sep 1914
Death Date: «tab»22 Aug 1973
SSN: «tab»408208878
Branch 1: «tab»ARMY
Enlistment Date 1: «tab»1 Oct 1942
Release Date 1: «tab»29 Mar 1945

[NI1710] NUCKOLLS, Opal (30)
BACIGALUPO, J E Jr
2-28-1947
Haywood Co TN

[DI1710] ame: «tab»Opal Parks Nuckolls
[Opal Parks Bacigalupo]
[Opal Bacigalupo]
[Opal Parks Parks]
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»27 Jan 1917
Birth Place: «tab»Brownsville, Tennessee
Father Name: «tab»Lonnie A Parks
Mother Name: «tab»Darthula E Brown
Death Date: «tab»1 Sep 2006
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Aug 1938: Name listed as OPAL PARKS NUCKOLLS; Mar 1947: Name listed as OPAL PARKS BACIGALUPO; 13 Sep 2006: Name listed as OPAL P BACIGALUPO

Name of Deceased: «tab»Opal Pauline Bacigalupo
Age at Death: «tab»89
Death Date: «tab»1 Sep 2006
Obituary Date: «tab»4 Sep 2006
Newspaper Title: «tab»Johnson City Press
Newspaper Location: «tab»Johnson City, TN, US
Birth Date: «tab»abt 1917
Locations Mentioned in Obituary: «tab»Clayton, NC, NC Clayton
Dyersburg, TN, TN Dyersburg
Brownsville, TN, TN Brownsville
Johnson City, TN, TN Johnson City
Memphis, TN, TN Memphis
Johnson City, TN, TN Johnson City
Germantown, TN, TN Germantown
Other Persons Mentioned in Obituary: «tab»George Holly
David Skelton
Chig Gunther
Vivian Parks
Mark Bacigalupo
Tony Bacigalupo
Jerry Parks
Carolyn Skelton
James Bacigalupo Edward
Phil Nuckolls
Bobby Nuckolls E.
Gary Roberson
Red Barrett
Jerry Skelton
Tim Hall
Ruby Parks
Elizabeth Boggs Darthula
John Jones Paul
Lonnie Parks A.

[DI1711] Bobby Earl Nuckolls, 71, of Memphis, TN, formerly of Brownsville, TN, retired as a Senior Technician for Lucent Technologies, passed away March 11, 2009 at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis. Bobby was a veteran of the U.S. Army. He is survived by his wife, Josie Brantley Nuckolls, of Memphis, TN, formerly of Kilmichael, MS. He was preceeded in death by his mother Opal Parks Bacigalupo and sister Carolyn Nuckolls Skelton. He is survived by his brothers Eddie Bacigalupo and Tony Bacigalupo. He is also survived by his children Phil Nuckolls, SuzAnne Roberson, and Jennifer Nuckolls and granddaughter Skylar Roberson. Visitation will be today Friday, March 13 at 12:00 p.m. followed by a service at 1:00 p.m. at Memphis Funeral Home (5599 Poplar Avenue). The burial service will be at the West Tennessee Veteran's Cemetary (4000 Forest Hill Irene Road) at 2:00 p.m. today. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be directed to Madonna Learning Center (7007 Poplar Avenue) or to the Wings Cancer Foundation (100 N. Humphreys Blvd.). Memphis Funeral Home Poplar (901)725-0100 (Published in The Commercial Appeal on 3/13/2009)

[XI1711] Plot: Section L, Site 3258

[DI1712] Name: «tab»Carolyn Parks Nuckolls
[Carolyn Skelton]
SSN: «tab»412623010
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»16 Sep 1941
Birth Place: «tab»Bolivar Hard, Tennessee
Death Date: «tab»18 Feb 1997
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Jul 1956: Name listed as CAROLYN PARKS NUCKOLLS; Jan 1961: Name listed as CAROLYN SKELTON

[BI1713] Name: «tab»Nuckolls
Gender: «tab»Male
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»06 Jun 1910
Birthplace: «tab»Hardeman, Tennessee
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Father's Name: «tab»F. S. Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Sarah F.
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Age: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C73520-3
System Origin: «tab»Tennessee-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»989299
Reference Number: «tab»p 32

[DI1715] Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Record
Name: Mary You Nuckolls
Estimated Birth Year: 1850
Age: 98
Death Day: 20
Death Month: Oct
Death Year: 1948
County: White
Volume Number: 74
Roll Number: 1948
Certificate Number: 14416

[DI1717] Name: «tab»Robert Frank Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»430407412
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»14 Nov 1870
Birth Place: «tab»Boliver Hard, Tennessee
Father Name: «tab»Louis C Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Mary W Young
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Aug 1943: Name listed as ROBERT FRANK NUCKOLLS

[XI1719] Forrest Park Cemetery, Forrest City,

[XI1720] Spouse:
Adolphus D. Nuckolls (1891 - 1964)
Note: ST.FRANCIS CO.CEMETERY RECORDS-VOL2-KATHLEEN BELL

[NI1723] Father: Silas M. Fuller b. 17 Apr 1847
Mother: Martha Jane Wilkins b. 14 Dec 1851 in April 21, 1929

[DI1724] Name: «tab»Robert Franklin Fuller
[Robert Fuller]
SSN: «tab»488122335
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»20 Jan 1916
Birth Place: «tab»White Oak, Missouri
Father Name: «tab»John F Fuller
Mother Name: «tab»Ethel Knuckles
Death Date: «tab»Jun 1980
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Sep 1937: Name listed as ROBERT FRANKLIN FULLER; 30 Dec 1987: Name listed as ROBERT FULLER

Name: «tab»Robert F Fuller
Birth Date: «tab»20 Jan 1916
Death Date: «tab»18 Jun 1980
Gender: «tab»Male
Residence: «tab»Flint, Genesee, Michigan
Place of Death: «tab»Flint, Genesee, Michigan

[NI1728] Page was a graduate of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and served in t he U S Army in Europe for 3 1/2 years during WW II attaining the rank of C aptain. He later served as the Supervisor of Beaverdam District, Hanove r, County from 1965 to 1983 and twice served as chairman. He was a Purita n, a director of Henrico Mutual Fire Ins, Co. He was a member, deacon a nd former treasurer of Elon Baptist Church Hewlett, Virginia

A PAGE NUCKOLS , EX-SUPERVISOR, DIES
Publication: Richmond Times-Dispatch Date: 03-29-1991
Edition: City Section: Area/State
A. Page Nuckols , former member and chairman of the Hanover County Boa rd of Supervisors, died Wednesday in a local hospital. He was 70. Mr. Nuc kols spent 18 years as a county supervisor before retiring from the boa rd in 1983. During that time, he was chairman of the board twice.
"He was a peoples' man," said one of his sons, Kenneth N. Nuckols .
"One of the things he always told his constituents was that he was as clo se as the telephone. He was always willing to talk to them." After graduat ing in 1941 from what is now Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State Univ ersity with a bachelor's degree in agricultural engineering, Mr. Nucko ls served in the U.S. Army anti-aircraft artillery battalion during Wor ld War II for 42 months, reaching the rank of captain. He returned to h is native Short Pump after the war to farm with his father before becomi ng an assistant agricultural education teacher at Goochland High Schoo l. In 1950, Mr. Nuckols moved to Beaverdam, where he taught vocational a griculture at both Beaverdam and Montpelier high schools until going in to dairy farming in 1959. Mr. Nuckols was a director of the Henrico Mutu al Fire Insurance Co., a director on the board of the Beaverdam bran ch of Crestar Bank and a former president of both the Beaverdam and Montpe lier Ruritan clubs. He was also a member, deacon and former treasurer of E lon Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Elsie Chewning Nucko ls ; three sons, Forrest C. and Wayne P. Nuckols , both of Beaverdam, a nd Kenneth N. Nuckols of Glen Allen; a daughter, Elaine Mallory of Elmon t; and a sister, Mrs. Charles R. Davis Jr. of Reedville. A funeral servi ce will be held at 11 a.m. today at Elon Baptist Church in Hewlett, with b urial afterward in the church cemetery. The family suggeststhat contributi ons be made to Elon Baptist Church, c/o Stephany White, Route

TRASH CROP HANOVER FAMILY FEARS LOSS OF FARM TO LANDFILL
Publication: Richmond News Leader Byline: Martin Romjue
Date: 04-23-1991 dition: Metro Section: Area/State
The Nuckols family of Beaverdam was appalled. After running a dairy fa rm for 40 years, the family received a letter from Hanover County officia ls asking whether they could look over the 1,000-acre farm.
Except the officials weren't interested in ripe udders and fresh cowpattie s. The officials want to know whether the muddy pastures, timberland, a nd fields of barley, corn and alfalfa could yield a potential landfill sit e. The Nuckolses ' farmland lies in a 2,500 acre-tract, about three mil es east of Beaverdam village and south of state Route 684, that is o ne of nine areas in the county being considered for a new landfill site. S ix of the nine proposed areas lie in the western half of the county. Fo ur are in the northwest corner of the county near Beaverdam. Specific sit es within those areas have not yet been targeted.
For hundreds of rural Hanover residents, the thought of trash heaps " in my back yard" has dredged up fear, resentment and determination to fig ht for their land. "Even if they wanted 200 acres, it would be devastati ng to our operation," said Wayne Nuckols , 43, who operates the farm wi th his brother Forrest, 44. The Nuckols brothers are the sons of the la te A. Page Nuckols , who represented the Beaverdam District on the Boa rd of Supervisors from 1965 until 1983. Like their father's generation, t he Nuckols brothers rise daily at 3:30 a.m. to milk cows. They milk th em again at 7 each evening. "It's our way of life," said Forrest Nucko ls , seated at a kitchen table in his mother's white frame farmhouse. "T he whole actions of the Board of Supervisors are appalling to me -- that t hey would even consider this." The Nuckols family says if officials want ed to locate a new landfill near them, they could lose 200 to 300 acres la nd. "We'd have to scale back or relocate," Wayne Nuckols said. "We've g ot to have cropland to feed the cows." Hanover officials are consideri ng a new landfill site because the current landfill, off U.S. 301 just so uth of Hanover Courthouse, will be filled by January 1994. The Nuckols es joined about 200 residents at a recent public meeting of the Hanover L andfill Citizens Advisory Committee, appointed by the supervisors last fa ll to rank potential landfill sites. "We were too upset to speak," said t he Nuckols ' mother, Elsie, 65. Mrs. Nuckols said she and her husband m oved to the farm in 1950 with a car and half ownership in a tractor. Th ey built the farm from scratch. "I washed every diaper my children wor e" to save money to afford the farm, Mrs. Nuckols said. "I don't want th is to become a place where they put
other people's Pampers." After committee members explained how they pl an to pick and rank potential landfill sites, they drew the wrath of resid ents who issued a volley of virulent comments against the idea of a new la ndfill. The residents indicated that supervisors should consider three opt ions: recycle, take the trash to a private landfill outside of the count y, or expand the existing landfill. Because of the stream of negative opin ions voiced at the meeting, supervisors are scrambling to emphasize oth er alternatives.
Four of seven supervisors contacted recently say they seriously will consi der proposals to either disband or redirect the landfill advisory committe e. Supervisor William C. Frazier of the South Anna District said he wan ts the county to rule out looking for a new landfill. He wants county offi cials
to compare the costs of expanding the current landfill with the costs of h auling it to a private landfill elsewhere. Frazier will propose his pl an at the Board of Supervisors meeting tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the Wickham B uilding. Supervisor Aubrey M. "Bucky" Stanley of Beaverdam District said h e, like Frazier, favors privatization, but considers keeping at least a sm all landfill in case a private contract cannot get renewed. Supervisor Ric hard S. Gillis of Ashland District was more blunt. "I would like to see a ll of our trash turned over to free enterprise," he said. Supervisor Frede rick C. Doggett of Mechanicsville District wants to keep the landfill whe re it is." Two board members say the county should continue to remain op en to all options. The two, J.J. Markow of Henry District and George E. Fe ldman of Chickahominy District, want the committee to continue its work. M arkow, who lives near the current landfill, has repeatedly favored closi ng it because of what he contends are flaws in its safety and operatio n. "I don't think the board should react to emotionalism," said Markow, w ho favors privatization. "We should see the committee through." Feldman sa id, "We have a good plan and should carry it through. "Taxpayers need to k now what the cost differential will be to go to rivatization," he said. Ac cording to Board Chairman C.E. Davis of Cold Harbor District, who wan ts to redirect but not disband the committee, one positive result of the l andfill furor will be a move toward recycling. "Recycling needs to go hand -in-hand with privatization," Davis said. "Mandatory recycling is ju st on the horizon. "We need to find creative ways to get all citizens invo lved."

[DI1730] Mattie Bolin Nuckolls
[Mattie B Nuckolls]
[Mattie Bolin Bolin]
SSN: «tab»431191567
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»17 Oct 1903
Birth Place: «tab»Higginson Wh, Arkansas
Father Name: «tab»Thomas J Bolin
Mother Name: «tab»Sallie M Crotts
Death Date: «tab»25 Nov 1999
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»16 Oct 1972: Name listed as MATTIE BOLIN NUCKOLLS; 03 Dec 1999: Name listed as MATTIE B NUCKOLLS

[DI1731] e: «tab»Rachel Nuckolls Mills
[Rachel Florine Nuckolls]
[Rachel Mills]
SSN: «tab»430321451
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»12 Apr 1925
Birth Place: «tab»Walker White, Arkansas
[Walker, Arkansas]
Father Name: «tab»Homer S Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Mattie I Bolin
Death Date: «tab»28 Jul 2004
Death Certificate Number: «tab»000628324
Type of Claim: «tab»Duplicate SSN - change or replacement.
Notes: «tab»Jan 1944: Name listed as RACHEL NUCKOLLS MILLS; : Name listed as RACHEL FLORINE NUCKOLLS; 28 Aug 2004: Name listed as RACHEL N MILLS

[DI1732] Social Security Death Index about Fannie M. Swim
Name: «tab»Fannie M. Swim
Last Residence: «tab»72118 North Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas,
Born: «tab»22 Feb 1928
Died: «tab»23 Jan 2008
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Arkansas (Before 1951)

[NI1734] Poss married first to:

Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997 about Cheryl Lynn Nuckolls
Name: «tab»Cheryl Lynn Nuckolls
Date of Birth: «tab»1 Sep 1956
Gender: «tab»Female
Birth County: «tab»El Paso
Father's Name: «tab»Donald Ray Nuckolls
Mother's Name: «tab»Joyce Irma Waite
Roll Number: «tab»1956_0012

[DI1734] Name: «tab»Donald Ray Nuckolls
[Donald R Nuckolls]
SSN: «tab»431649978
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»27 Jun 1938
Birth Place: «tab»Walker White, Arkansas
Father Name: «tab»Homer S Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Mattie I Bolin
Death Date: «tab»17 Mar 1999
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Apr 1954: Name listed as DONALD RAY NUCKOLLS; 23 Mar 1999: Name listed as DONALD R NUCKOLLS

[NI1735] name in 1910 census looks like Waxie

[DI1737] ame: «tab»Bobbie Imajean Dunn
[Bobbie Jeandunn Turner]
[Bobbie Turner]
SSN: «tab»432408648
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»14 Jan 1929
Birth Place: «tab»Walker White, Arkansas
Father Name: «tab»James Dunn
Mother Name: «tab»Waxie M Nuckolls
Death Date: «tab»7 Jan 2002
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Jul 1944: Name listed as BOBBIE IMAJEAN DUNN; Jul 1949: Name listed as BOBBIE JEANDUNN TURNER; 01 Sep 1977: Name listed as BOBBIE JEAN TURNER; 10 Jan 2002: Name listed as BOBBIE J TURNER

[DI1738] Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Record
Name: Charles Nuckolls
Estimated Birth Year: 1873
Age: 74
Death Day: 10
Death Month: Aug
Death Year: 1947
County: White
Volume Number: 58
Roll Number: 1947
Certificate Number: 1089

Name: «tab»Charley Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»429098881
Birth Date: «tab»16 Feb 1874
Claim Date: «tab»17 Feb 1939
Type of Claim: «tab»Life Claim
Notes: «tab»28 Oct 1977: Name listed as CHARLEY NUCKOLLS

[DI1740]
Social Security Death Index
about Mary M. Burns
Name: «tab»Mary M. Burns
SSN: «tab»488-07-4798
Last Residence: «tab»72143 Searcy, White, Arkansas,
Born: «tab»13 Nov 1901
Died: «tab»Feb 1992
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Missouri (Before 1951)

[NI1743] Also md Hastings Stewart

[DI1744] Name: «tab»Charles Dorchester
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»23 May 1931
Event Place: «tab»White, Arkansas
Gender: «tab»
Age: «tab»
Race: «tab»
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Certificate Number: «tab»
Page Number: «tab»
Volume Number: «tab»
Roll Number: «tab»19241933

[DI1745] scanned to cd
Name: «tab»Lorena Elder Nuckols
Gender: «tab»Female, married
Race: «tab»White
Age at Death: «tab»38-6-8
Birth Date: «tab»4 Nov 1898
Death Date: «tab»12 May 1937
Death Place: «tab»Hanover County, Virginia, USA
Registration Date: «tab»13 May 1937
Father: «tab»Joseph Allen Elder
Mother: «tab»Molly Selchriste
Spouse: «tab»Earl Conway Nuckols
Informant Earl Nuckols
Burial Campbell Co, VA

[DI1746] Daily Citizen, The (Searcy, AR) - Thursday, April 17, 2008
Oma Bea (Nuckolls) Morris, age 91, of Searcy, died peacefully in her sleep at home early Wednesday morning, April 16, 2008, surrounded by her family. She was born on Sept. 7, 1916 to the late Charles and Ella Ann (Walker) Nuckolls, near the Walker Community in southern White County. Her family later moved to Higginson and then on to Searcy in search of a better education for the children. Oma Bea graduated from Searcy High School and attended Harding College. She gave fifty-five years of devoted service to the people of White County while employed by the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service and served as the Secretary of the White County Fair from its beginning until her retirement in 1991. She was a member of the Fulbright Sunday School Class and the First United Methodist Church of Searcy. She is survived by her devoted husband of 61 years, George C. Morris; a son and daughter-in-law, David and Gail Morris; a granddaughter and grandson-in-law, Lezlee Elizabeth "Liz" and Josh Scarbrough; a great-granddaughter, Emily Burks; and a brother, L. C. Nuckolls of North Little Rock. Her other grandchildren include, Racquel and Paul Moore of Higden, Jamie and Felicia Hipp of Prim, Rachelle and Keith Miller of Wilbourn, Jason and Chrissie Hipp, Justin Hipp, all of Prim. Her other great-grandchildren include, Hope and Hayden Moore; Bryce and Blaine Hipp; Tommy Bowren, Kassie, Bristen and Raycee Miller; and Bowen Hipp. She also leaves behind numerous nieces, nephews and friends, as well as two special caregivers, Teresa and Hannah Jo Scott and a special friend, Julie Killough.
She was preceded in death by her parents; two sisters, Opal Burns and Lorena "Funny" Steward and her loving grandson, Matthew J. Morris.
Visitation will be at Powell Funeral Home of Searcy from 6-8 p.M. on Friday. A "Celebration of Life" funeral service will be at 1 p.m. on Saturday at the First United Methodist Church in Searcy. Interment will follow in the Morris Family Cemetery located near Denmark in northern White County.
Memorials may be sent to the "Matt Morris Scholarship Fund" of the Association of Arkansas Counties, 1415 West Third Street, Little Rock, AR 72201; or the First United Methodist Church, 304 North Main Street, Searcy, AR 72143.
Arrangements entrusted to Powell Funeral Homes.

[DI1749] Louis Charles Nuckolls, 89 passed away May 9, 2009 in North Little Rock, Arkansas. He was born September 26, 1919 in Higginson, Arkansas to the late Charlie and Ella Walker Nuckolls.

He graduated from Searcy High School and was president of his class. He attended Arkansas Teachers College, where he was a member of Phi Lambda Chi; he also attended Arkansas Tech where he was a member of the basketball team. He was a sergeant in the Army Air Corps in WW II, and served in the Aleutian Islands. He spent 26 years as a supervisor at Texaco Oil Company before retiring and returning to Searcy, Arkansas.

He is survived by two daughters, Marilou McMahan and husband Bob of North Little Rock, Arkansas. Melissa Miller and husband Dino of Dumas, Arkansas. Four grandchildren, Matthew Miller, Ryan Miller, Tara McMahan, and Drew McMahan. He is also survived by his companion Chihuahua "Taco".
He is preceded in death by his parents, his wife Mary McKinney Nuckolls, his three sisters Lorena "Funny" Stewart, Opal Burns, and Oma Bea Morris.

The family would like to express special thanks to the staff of Elmcroft Assisted Living in Maumelle Odyssey HealthCare Inc. and Robinson Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.

Memorials can be made to the First United Methodist Church in Searcy Arkansas, or the Searcy Humane Society. Services will be held under the direction of Roller-Daniel Funeral Home at 10:00 a.m. May 12, 2009 at the First United Methodist Church in Searcy, Arkansas with interment following at White County Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be held prior to service at 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. on May 12, 2009.

[XI1749] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Louis Nuckolls
Name: «tab»Louis Nuckolls
Gender: «tab»Male
Birth Date: «tab»26 Sep 1919
Death Date: «tab»9 May 2009
Branch 1: «tab»ARMY
Enlistment Date 1: «tab»27 Oct 1941
Release Date 1: «tab»30 Apr 1945

[NI1750] Name: Lewis Starling Nuckolls City: Not Stated County: White St ate: Arkansas
Birth Date: 8 Feb 1875 Race: White Roll: 1530656
Sept 12 1918 Lewis Starling Nuckolls - Res Griffithville, AR
age 43 born Feb 8 1875
Self emp farmer, nearest kin Minnie Nuckolls, wife
Short, stout, brn eyes, dark hair

1920 White Co, Dogwood, AR Ed164 1/20/1920
Louis S Knuckley, 45. TN TN TN, own home w mortgage
Minnie, wife, 40, AR TN TN
Alvin, son 18 AR
Redes, son, 16 AR
Anabell, dau, 14
Bessie, dau, 12 AR
Clifton, son, 8 AR
Olive?, dau, 6
Robert L 3y5m

1930 White Co, Dogwood, Ar Census
Louis S Nuckolls 53 1876 Tennessee Head own home md age 25
Minnie J Nuckolls 50 1879 Wife Dogwood, White, AR md age 20
Reedus F Nuckolls 26 1903 Son Dogwood, White, AR
Bessie J Nuckolls 22 1907 Daughter Dogwood, White, AR
Clifton W Nuckolls 18 1911 Son Dogwood, White, AR
Ova V Nuckolls 16 1913 Daughter Dogwood, White, AR
Leslie R Nuckolls 12 1917 Son Dogwood, White, AR
Louis E Nuckolls 10 1919 Son Dogwood, White, AR

Sikeston Herald, Sikeston Missouri Thurs Aug 8 1940 Page1 Headlines
Hayti Womand Is Fatally Injured.
Crushed Under Wheels of Truck Struck by Local Transport.
(Long article on file)
Large transprt truck driven by Starlin Nuckles crashed into the re ar of a loaded caol trailer stopped on Hwy 60 near Wyatt fatally injuri ng Earl Sorrell, 32 year old Hayti woman. She was thrown under dual whee ls of the parked coal truck and pinned there. She died a short time lat er at St Marys Hospital in Carlo. The coroners jury returned a verdict th at the accident was "unavoidable" and no charges were filed against Nuckl es.

[DI1750] Name: «tab»Louis S Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»429462060
Gender: «tab»Male
Birth Date: «tab»8 Feb 1876
Birth Place: «tab»Boliver, Tennessee
Father Name: «tab»Lives Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Mary
Claim Date: «tab»26 Aug 1963
Type of Claim: «tab»Life Claim
Notes: «tab»22 Aug 1963: Name listed as LOUIS S NUCKOLLS

[NI1751] Name on birth record of son Alvin was Minnie Carter. Also ancestry trees have her maiden name as Carter. Son deth cert names mother Minnie Carter. Name originally submitted as Sellers.

[DI1752] Death Cert No 63-026238
Alvin Nuckolls died 6/20/1963 Faith Hospital, St Louis,MO age 61
Res- Wayne, Greenville, MO
Male white, born 1/14/1902 Griffithville, AR
Occ-Welder
Father Louis Nuckolls
Mother Minnie Carter
Spouse, Roxy K
Informant Redd Nuckolls, 4514 Scott Ave
COD Carcinoma of pancreas.
Removal 6/21/1963 Piedmont, MO

[DI1755] ROSS, Bessie Jewel: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Tulsa World (OK) - Saturday, April 6, 1996
Deceased Name: ROSS, Bessie Jewel
ROSS, Bessie Jewel, 88, homemaker, died Thursday. Services 11 a.m. Monday, Memorial Park Cemetery Chapel. Moore's Eastlawn.
(MillieBelle)

Bessie J Ross
[Bessie Jewel Nuckolls]
SSN: «tab»444243542
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»1 Oct 1907
Birth Place: «tab»Griffithville, Arkansas
[Griffithvill|]
Father Name: «tab»Lewis S Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Minnie J Carter
Citizenship or Alien Status: «tab»U.S. citizen.
Death Date: «tab»4 Apr 1996
Claim Date: «tab»17 Jul 1972
Type of Claim: «tab»Duplicate SSN - change or replacement.
Additional Information: «tab»Duplicate request; evidence of identity only submitted.
Notes: «tab»08 May 1984: Name listed as BESSIE J ROSS

[NI1756] Name: William Nuckolls
SSN: 702-10-9068
Last Residence: 74015 Catoosa, Rogers, Oklahoma, United States of Ameri ca
Born: 22 Oct 1911
Died: Mar 1986
State (Year) SSN issued: Railroad Board (Issued Through) (Before 1951 )


????
Arkansas Marriage Index, 1933-1939
Name: Bill Nuckolls
Gender: Male
County: Lincoln
Spouse: Reba Morton
License Date: 22 Oct 1934
Certificate Number: 16071
Volume Number: 0002

[DI1757] Name: «tab»Ora V Ross
BORN: «tab»6 Oct 1913
Died: «tab»11 Sep 2013
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Missouri (1971)
Ora J. Ruffin Ross 86, of Kansas City, MO, died March 26, 2013. Memorial Services 12:00 p.m. Saturday, April 6, 2013, at Linwood Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses. Arr. E. S. Eley & Sons 816 924-8700
Published in Kansas City Star on Apr. 3, 2013 -
Ora Ve Ross, age 99 years and 11 months, passed away September 11, 2013 at her home on the Ross Family Farm in Lilbourn, Missouri. Ve, affectionately known as Mamaw by her family and friends, was born October 6, 1913 in Griffithsville, Arkansas to Lewis and Minnie (Carter) Nuckolls. She graduated from Griffithsville High School in 1930. Ve was a loyal member of the Lilbourn Methodist Church for 78 years, joining this church when it was located on Baden and Jackson Streets, and then moving to the new church when it was built. She sang in the choir and participated in 53 consecutive Christmas Cantatas. She was named Lady of the Year in 1982 for her volunteer work in the community. Of all her accomplishments, Ve's greatest achievements have been in the lives of her family and friends, where she had a unique gift to recognize and appreciate the talents in others and to make them feel loved and lifted by her presence. Ve is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Neal & Barbara Sue Ross of Sikeston; daughter and son-in-law, Sallie Ann & Walter Hill of Newburgh Indiana; four grandchildren, Ashley Ross, Tara Gelsheimer, Renee Williams and Warren Hill; 11 great grandchildren, Aubrey Anne, Preston and Sterling Ross, Colton and Ashton Young, Ross and Austin Gelsheimer, Ryan, Jordan and Camryn Hill and Darian Shelton; and one great-great grandchild, Sophia Cashmer. She was preceded in death by Oren Ross, her husband of 48 years; her parents, Lewis and Minnie Nuckolls; five brothers, Leslie, Alvin, Reedus, Clifton and L.W. Pete Nuckolls; two sisters, Annie( Nuckolls) Hastings and Bessie (Nuckolls) Ross; and one granddaughter, Alaina (Hill) Shelton. The family wish to extend their gratitude to Ves caretakers, Rita Simmons, Patricia Garrett, Patricia Rice and to Mrs. June Crouthers for her many visits. Visitation will be held at Lilbourn Methodist Church on Friday, Sept. 13, from 10:00a.m. until time of funeral services at 11:00a.m. The Reverend Eric Mattson, minister of the New Madrid and Lilbourn Methodist Churches, officiating. Burial will follow in the Garden of Memories Cemetery in Sikeston, Missouri. In lieu of flowers, the family request donations be made to American Cancer Society in honor of Oren & Ora Ve Ross.

[DI1758] Sun Times Heber Springs AR
Robert Leslie Nuckolls, age 92, of Heber Springs passed away February 14, 2009 at Baptist Medical Center in Heber Springs. Robert was born in Griffithville on August 21, 1916. He was raised on a farm and spent his youth working on the farm. Hunting and fishing was his passion.
He married Wintress Reynolds in 1935 during the Great Depression and was her lifelong companion until she passed away in May, 2007. They had a hard life for a while but eventually migrated to St. Louis, Mo. and went to work in the defense plants during the war. Near the end of the war they moved to a farm between England and Pine Bluff. Robert was drafted in 1945 and reported to the Army but the war ended that week and he was sent home.
Eventually they moved to Lilbourn, Missouri until 1956 then went to Flint, Mich. where Robert went to work for General Motors until he retired in 1978. They then moved to Heber Springs to spend the rest of their lives there.
He was a gentle man and deeply cared for his family. Robert was one of the old school people who believed that a handshake was as good as a written contract. He loved to hunt and fish and continued to do this until he was no longer able to do so. He loved his garden and planted innumerable flowers in his yard for his wife. He worked every day in these pursuits until he had a stroke at age 84.
Robert and Wintress have been members of the Methodist Church in Heber Springs since they came here in the late seventies. He was a lifelong member of the masons of Flint, Mich. The family of Robert and Wintress Nuckolls will be eternally grateful for their life and support of their family. We are all truly blessed to have them on this earth.
Robert was the father of four boys, Damon Nuckolls of Fenton, Mich., Jerry Nuckolls of Tumbling Shoals, Stanley Nuckolls of Pangburn, and Michael Nuckolls of Heber Springs.
Other survivors include one brother, Wesley Nuckolls of Higden; a sister, Ora Vee Ross of Lilbourn, Mo.; several grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Wintress Reynolds Nuckolls in May 2007; three brothers and two sisters.
Graveside services were held February 17 in Cleburne County Memorial Gardens with Dr. David Bush officiating.
Arrangements are by Heber Springs Funeral Home in Heber Springs.
Online obituary and guest book: www.heberspringsfuneralhome.com

[NI1770] WFT Vol 52 #890 has a brother for Alice named Homer S born 8/26/1903 di ed 10/26/1986. But her mother would not have been able to give birth at a ge 60. (Unlikely)

Name: Alice Winegar
SSN: 431-88-2383
Last Residence: 71852 Nashville, Howard, Arkansas, United States of Ameri ca
Born: 27 Mar 1881
Died: Jan 1976
State (Year) SSN issued: Arkansas (1963 )

[DI1771] Name: «tab»Donley Winegar
SSN: «tab»442-07-3559
Last Residence: «tab»79007 Borger, Hutchinson, Texas,
Born: «tab»7 Nov 1903
Last Benefit: «tab»79007 Borger, Hutchinson, Texas,
Died: «tab»Oct 1980
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Oklahoma (Before 1951)

[NI1780] 1930 Pima Co, Tucson AZ Xensus
Walter M Nuckolls 52 1877 Tennessee Head White Tucson, Pima, AZ 19 30 md age 29, Cook
Oma L Nuckolls 46 1883 Arkansas TN MS White Tucson, Pima, AZ md age 2 3

Name: Walter Nuckolls City: Not Stated County: White Stat e: Arkansas
Birth Date: 21 Feb 1878 Race: White Roll: 1530656 DraftBoar d: 0
Sept 12 1918 Walter Nuckolls- Res White Co, Walker, AR
Age 41 born Feb 21 1878
Self emp merchantnearest relative Oma L Nuckolls,
Med height, brn eyes, brn hair

[DI1781] Name: «tab»Oma L Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»527107480
Birth Date: «tab»4 Sep 1883
Claim Date: «tab»14 Oct 1950
Type of Claim: «tab»Life Claim
Notes: «tab»16 Mar 1979: Name listed as OMA L NUCKOLLS

[NI1782] Name: Auther Nuckolls City: Not Stated County: White Stat e: Arkansas
Birth Date: 23 Sep 1883 Race: White Roll: 1530656
Sep 12 1918 Arthur Nuckolls- Res White Co, Walker AR
Age 35 born Sept 23 1883
Self emp farmer, kin- Myrtle Nuckolls
Med height, brn eyes, red hair

U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942
Name: Arthur E Nuckolls
Birth Date: 23 Sep 1883 age 58
Residence: White, Arkansas
602 E park St, Gary, AR
Birth: Hardeman, Tennessee
Race: White
Roll: WW2_2283056 SN:U190
Notify Mrs A E Nuckolls, same add
Emp-City of Searcy, ARK

[NI1783] Parents:
T J Bolin (1862 - 1931)
Sally M Bolin (1870 - 1919)

[DI1788] Obituary Date: «tab»18 Sep 2008
Newspaper Title: «tab»Villager Journal
Newspaper Location: «tab»Cherokee Village, AR, US
Cordelia Ferguson, 93, of Demopolis, Ala., died Sept. 10, 2008.
A native of Higgenson, Ark., she worked as a registered nurse and then as a hospital administrator for 14 years.She was preceded in death by: her parents, Arthur and Myrtle Nuckolls.She is survived by: a daughter, Linda Burnham (Travis) of Demopolis, Ala.; two grandchildren, Andy Burnham (Beth) of Boca Raton, Fla., and Heidi Sims (Todd) of Russellville, Ark.; and three great-grandchildren.A memorial service was held on Sept. 13 at the First Presbyterian Church of Demopolis, Ala., with Rev. Tommy Carr officiating.In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to the American Cancer Society, PO Box 22718, Oklahoma City, OK 73123-1718 or to First Presbyterian Church, 300 N. Strawberry St., Demopolis, Alabama 36732. Kidd-Robbins Funeral Directors, in Demopolis, Ala., was in charge of arrangements.

[DI1789] Name: «tab»Howard F. Ferguson
SSN: «tab»413-07-5345
Last Residence: «tab»
72143 Searcy, White, Arkansas, USA
BORN: «tab»26 Jun 1912
Died: «tab»22 Sep 2002
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Tennessee (Before 19

[DI1791] Thomas Ralph Nuckolls, 81, of Searcy, died Thursday, Sept. 18, 2003, in Searcy. He was born Jan. 27, 1922, in Higginson to Arthur and Myrtle Nuckolls. He was a U.S. Army Veteran of World War II and a member of the First United Methodist Church in Searcy.
He is survived by one sister, Cordelia Ferguson of Searcy; two nieces, Mary Jane Jones of Wisconsin and Linda Burnham of Demopolis, Ala.; one great-niece, Heidi Sims of Buford, Ga.; one great-nephew, Andy Burnham of Boca Raton, Fla.; and three cousins, Oma Bea Morris of Searcy, Tommie Brown of Searcy, and L.C. Nuckolls of North Little Rock.He is preceded in death by his parents, Arthur and Myrtle Nuckolls, and two sisters, Wilma Jones and Gertrude Nuckolls. graveside memorial service conducted by Rev. Frank Warden and Rev. Mike Morey will be held Sunday, Sept. 21, at 2:30 p.m. at Ellis Chapel Cemetery. The family has requested memorials be made to the First United Methodist Church in lieu of flowers. For more information, contact Roller-Daniel Funeral Home at 268-3546.

Name: «tab»Thomas Ralph Nuckolls
[Thomas R Nuckolls]
SSN: «tab»432308417
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»27 Jan 1922
Birth Place: «tab»Higginson Wh, Arkansas
Father Name: «tab»Arthurs Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Ola M Bolin
Disability Status: «tab»Disability denied - no record of type.
Death Date: «tab»18 Sep 2003
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Signature on SSN Card: «tab»RALPH NUCKOLLS
Relationship of Signature: «tab»Signature name differs from NH's name.
Notes: «tab»Jul 1942: Name listed as THOMAS RALPH NUCKOLLS; 24 Sep 2003: Name listed as THOMAS R NUCKOLLS

[XI1791]
U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Thomas Nuckolls
Name: «tab»Thomas Nuckolls
Gender: «tab»Male
Birth Date: «tab»27 Jan 1922
Death Date: «tab»18 Sep 2003
Branch 1: «tab»A
Enlistment Date 1: «tab»2 Nov 1942
Release Date 1: «tab»11 Jun 1943

[NI1792] U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942
Name: Oscar Nuckolls
Birth Date: 23 Sep 1883 age 58
Residence: Greene, Arkansas Rt 1 Box 15
Paragould, AR
Birth: Hardeman, Tennessee
Race: White
Roll: WW2_2283056
Notify-Mrs Lora Nuckolls, same add
Emp-Self

?????
Arkansas Marriage Index, 1933-1939
about Mary Nuckalls
Name: Mary Nuckalls
Gender: Female
County: Mississippi
Spouse: Forrest E Currie
License Date: 17 Oct 1936
Certificate Number: 18225
Volume Number: 0001

children seemd to marry in this county

[DI1792] Name: «tab»Oscar Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»430640710
Birth Date: «tab»23 Jul 1883
Claim Date: «tab»21 Jan 1955
Type of Claim: «tab»Life Claim
Notes: «tab»20 Jan 1955: Name listed as OSCAR NUCKOLLS

[NI1794] Named as wife on husbands death cert in 1937, residence 3945 Garfield.

[DI1794] Stella Gathings, 102, of Paragould, died Thursday.
She was a homemaker and a Nazarine.She was born February 14, 1907 in Griffithville, Arkansas to the late Oscar and Lora Knell Dalton Nuckolls.She was also preceded in death by her first husband, Benjamin Hogland; second husband, James Clinton Gathings, son, Benjamin Hogland, brothers, Guthrey and Desmond Nuckolls; sisters, Agnes Henley and Mildred Chaney.Survivors include her sons and daughter-in-law: Ed Gathings of Paragould and Kenneth and Joan Hogland of St. Louis, Missouri; daughter-in-law: Louise Hogland of St. Louis, Missouri; brother: Melvin Nuckolls of St. Louis, Missouri, 10 grandchildren, several great grandchildren and great great grandchildren.Burial was at Linwood Cemetery.

[HI1795] (Research):
Social Security Death Index
about Agnes I. Henley
Name: «tab»Agnes I. Henley
SSN: «tab»493-20-9719
Last Residence: «tab»63147 Saint Louis, Saint Louis City, Missouri, United States of America
Born: «tab»5 Oct 1908
Died: «tab»30 Jul 2002
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Missouri (Before 1951 )

[NI1796] Name: Guthrie Nuckolls
SSN: 498-10-4771
Born: 23 Jun 1910
Died: May 1971
State (Year) SSN issued: Missouri (Before 1951 )

[DI1797] California Death Index, 1940-1997
Name: Desmond Lc Nuckolls
Social Security #: 494012239
Sex: MALE
Birth Date: 27 Aug 1912
Birthplace: Missouri
Death Date: 29 Feb 1996
Death Place: Los Angeles
Mother's Maiden Name: Dalton

me: «tab»Desmond L C Nuckolls
[Desmund Nuckulls]
[Desmond Nuckolls]
SSN: «tab»494012239
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»27 Aug 1912
Birth Place: «tab»Senith, Missouri
[Senith|]
Father Name: «tab»Oscar Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Lora N Dawton
Citizenship or Alien Status: «tab»U.S. citizen.
Death Date: «tab»29 Feb 1996
Claim Date: «tab»20 Mar 1967
Type of Claim: «tab»Duplicate SSN - change or replacement.
Additional Information: «tab»Duplicate request; evidence of identity only submitted.
Notes: «tab»26 Jan 1990: Name listed as DESMOND L C NUCKOLLS; 09 Feb 1967: Name listed as DESMUND NUCKULLS; 12 Mar 1996: Name listed as DESMOND NUCKOLLS

[DI1798] Mildred J. Chaney, 93, of Goshen, died early Thursday morning, August 30, 2007, at her home.
She was born in Paldon, Missouri, on August 27, 1914, to the late Oscar and Laura (Dalton) Nuckols. She married Clay William Chaney on February 8, 1930. He preceded her on January 27, 1978.A homemaker and a member of the Goshen United Pentecostal Church, Goshen, Mrs. Chaney is survived by five daughters, Geraldine (Eulis) Greathouse of Belleville, Illinois, Jeanette (Larry) Losee and Ann (Charles) Ragland, both of Elkhart, Sue (Jesse) Hollis and Carla «b»B«/b»orzeninatow, both of Goshen; five sons, Leroy (Norma) Chaney of Dunlap, James Chaney and Larry (Brenda) Chaney, both of Goshen, Tom Chaney of Elkhart, and Will (Dora) Chaney of Salt Lake City, Utah. She is also survived by 33 grandchildren; 60 great-grandchildren; 21 great-great-grandchildren; a sister, Stella Gathins of Paragould, Arkansas; and a brother, Melvin Nuckols of St. Louis, Missouri.
Friends may call 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m., Saturday, September 1, at Yoder-Culp Funeral Home and one hour prior to the service on Sunday at the church.
A 2:00 p.m. funeral service will be conducted on Sunday, September 2, 2007, at the Goshen United Pentecostal Church, 501 N. Indiana Ave., Goshen. Rev. Gary Roberts will officiate.
Burial will be in Chapel Hill Memorial Garden, Osceola, at a later date.

«tab»Mildred Juanita Chaney
[Mildred J Chaney]
[Mildred Juanita Nuckolls]
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»27 Aug 1914
Birth Place: «tab»Paulding Dan, Missouri
Father Name: «tab»Oscar Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Lora N Daulton
Death Date: «tab»30 Aug 2007
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Aug 1957: Name listed as MILDRED JUANITA CHANEY; 29 Sep 2007: Name listed as MILDRED J CHANEY

[NI1799] Might also be this guy
U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record
Name: Melvbn C Nuckollw
Birth Year: 1916
Race: White, citizen
Nativity State or Country: Missouri
State: At Sea
Enlistment Date: 19 Mar
Enlistment State: Missouri
Enlistment City: Jefferson Barracks
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: Reserves - exclusive of Regular Army Reserve and Officers of t he Officers Reserve Corps on active duty under the Thomason Act (Office rs and Enlisted Men -- O.R.C. and E.R.C., and Nurses-Reserve Statu
Education: Grammar school
Civil Occupation: Automobile Serviceman
Marital Status: Married
Height: 22
Weight: 087

[DI1799] St. Louis Post-Dispatch (MO) - June 6, 2010
Deceased Name: Nuckolls, Melvin C. Thursday
Nuckolls, Melvin C. Thursday, June 3, 2010. Beloved husband of the late Viola R. Nuckolls (Standfill); dear father of Jim (Jane) Nuckolls and the late Jack (Joyce) Nuckolls; dear grandfather of Jim, Jeffrey (Paula) and Tami Nuckolls, Jack (Amy) and Tony Nuckolls; our dear greatgrandfather, great-great-grandfather, uncle, cousin and friend. Services: Funeral from HOFFMEISTER S. COUNTY CHAPEL, 1515 Lemay Ferry Rd, Tuesday, June 8, 12:30 p.m. Interment National Cemetery. Mr. Nuckolls was a member of American Legion Post 62 and charter member of Elks Lodge 2455. Guard of Honor service Monday, 7:00 p.m. Donations to the Leukemia Foundation appreciated. Visitation Monday, 4-8 p.m.

Name: «tab»Melvin Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»498-07-4636
Last Residence: «tab»63049 High Ridge, Jefferson, Missouri
Born: «tab»23 Dec 1916
Died: «tab»3 Jun 2010
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Missouri (Before 1951)

[XI1799] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Melvin Nuckolls
Name: «tab»Melvin Nuckolls
Gender: «tab»Male
Birth Date: «tab»24 Dec 1916
Death Date: «tab»3 Jun 2010
Enlistment Date 1: «tab»26 Mar 1943
Release Date 1: «tab»11 Jun 1943

[BI1800] Name: «tab» William Preston Nuckolls
Gender: «tab» Male
Birth Date: «tab» 11 Mar 1886
Birth Place: «tab» Belver, Hardin
Father: «tab» Louis Nuckolls
Mother: «tab» Mary Young
Sources provided- Family Bible and SS application
(scanned)

[DI1802] Social Security Death Index about Ruby M. Barton ????
Name: «tab»Ruby M. Barton «tab»
Last Residence: «tab»71852 Nashville, Howard, Arkansas
Born: «tab»6 May 1911
Died: «tab»5 Mar 2008
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Arkansas (1961)

[HI1803] (Research):Bertha Books incorrectly shows he died 1952 in Donovan Missouri.

[DI1803] Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Record
Name: Albert Mcn Nuckolls
Estimated Birth Year: 1889
Age: 58
Death Day: 6
Death Month: Feb
Death Year: 1947
County: White
Volume Number: 11
Roll Number: 1947
Certificate Number: 1085

Name: «tab»Albert McNeal Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»429242723
Birth Date: «tab»15 Sep 1888
Birth Place: «tab»Bolivar, Tennessee
Father Name: «tab»Louis C Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Mary
Death Date: «tab»6 Feb 1947
Claim Date: «tab»17 Feb 1947
Type of Claim: «tab»Death Claim
Notes: «tab»18 Nov 1977: Name listed as ALBERT MCNEAL NUCKOLLS

[NI1804] Name: «tab»W T Maynard
Event: «tab»Marriage
Event Date: «tab»23 Aug 1949
Event Place: «tab», Jackson, Arkansas, United States
Age: «tab»69
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1880
Residence: «tab»Bell City, Stoddard, Missouri
Spouse: «tab»Lucy Nuckolls
Spouse's Age: «tab»60
Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1889
Spouse's Residence: «tab»Kensett, White, Arkansas
Marriage License Date: «tab»23 Aug 1949
Page: «tab»388
Film Number: «tab»2208738
Digital Folder Number: «tab»004309508
Image Number: «tab»00670

[DI1804] Name: «tab»Lucy Jane Nuckolls
Birth Date: «tab»21 Apr 1889
Claim Date: «tab»21 Apr 1954
Type of Claim: «tab»Life Claim
Notes: «tab»20 Apr 1954: Name listed as LUCY JANE NUCKOLLS

[NI1805] 1930 census age 19, shows step son

[DI1807] Death Cert
Jennie Ethel Braden died 9/21/1936 Dunklin Co, Salem, MO
Hosuewife, married to J O Braden
aged 43y2m8d born 7/13/1893 White Co, Ark
Father L C Nuckles born TN
Mother Mary Young born TN
COD, hemohrage, bowels, test for typhoid, malaria and chills.
Informant J O Braden, Senath MO
Burial Senath MO 9/23/1936

[DI1808] Name: «tab»James Braden
SSN: «tab»494-18-3405
Last Residence: «tab»64124 Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri,
Born: «tab»25 Oct 1889
Died: «tab»Nov 1966
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Missouri (Before 1951)

[NI1818] Ask for notes in file for Benton-Vaughn History

Note: Believe Phoebe is the same person as Frances b. ca 1851 and w ho is Mary NewKirk Nuckoll's sister. They are both on 1860 census with Jo hn and Nancy Newkirk. Also, W.N. Hurley's book mentions a daughter of John as Phoebe, but not Frances. Perry County was formed December 18, 1840 from part of Conway County south of the Arkansas River. The county is nam ed after Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry who was a naval hero in the W ar of 1812. Perryville is the county seat. 1870 map shows Perry is betwe en Pope and Saline (Southwest of Pope and North of Saline) and east of Yell. Montgomery is west of Perry. Garland was developed from Perry and Mo ntgomey per maps between 1870-1880. This was all part of the original Che rokee tract.
Rhoda M.(Crow) Holt bosslady@arbbs.net

[NI1819] The next year, 1858, Temperance and her husband, John, along with Temperan ce father, Lewis Nuckolls and her brother, Lewis Nuckolls, Jr. took the ni ne week trip to join the other members of the family near San Antonio. New spaper article follows: The wagon broke down several times and we were del ayed both by that and high water, which had to be forded or ferried acros s. One time we got lost and a deaf and dumb man showed us the road to tak e. How he ever did it I don't know, but the road was the right one.
Temperance stated in paper that she, her husband and brother all came to T exas for their health after they were told by doctors in Tennessee that th ey were afflicted with tuberculosis. One of her sisters, Amelia Stanfiel d, preceded them to Texas and lived at Oak Island until she was 92, havi ng died last summer.

Temperance taught housekeeping for a school set up for girls near Oak Isla nd, Texas for many years. Temperance also made two trips back to Roberts on County, Tennessee, one in 1881 and the other in 1886, due to the ill he alth of her mother. This was taken from copies of the old letters that "Tempy" wrote to her husband, John Stanfield.

[NI1820] Notes from Ardath Edwards give DOB 1/4/1837

[DI1820] Name: «tab»L.W Nuckolls
Death Date: «tab»17 Mar 1926
Death Place: «tab»San Antonio, Bexar, Texas
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Death Age: «tab»87 years
Estimated Birth Date: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»1839
Birthplace: «tab»Tenn.
Marital Status: «tab»Married
Spouse's Name: «tab»
Father's Name: «tab»Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn.
Occupation: «tab»Farmer
Place of Residence: «tab»
Cemetery: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»Oak Island, Tex.
Burial Date: «tab»18 Mar 1926
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Film Number: «tab»2114062
Digital Film Number: «tab»4165573
Image Number: «tab»1756
Reference Number: «tab»cn8644
Source Citation

"Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JXTD-97V : accessed 6 May 2012), L.W Nuckolls, 1926.

[NI1821] From "The History of Tennessee" pg 852 Compiled and printed by Goodspeed P ublishing Co, Nashville, TN 1882
Robertson County, TN
"Probably the mostably contested case in the history of the county was th at in which S B Hopkins was tried for the murder of Dr. John W Nuckolls. The later married Hopkins sister. Shortly after the marriage, the couple mo ved into a residence in Springfield, the former home of judge True. Aft er a short period of time, the couple began to quarrel constantly. Mrs. Nuckolls claimed the house was haunted. She would invite neighbors over, who would keep a watch with her and at intervals, tapping would begin on the floor under Mrs. Nuckolls.
Gill Walling, a young carpenter, was hired, presumably by Dr. John, to see if he could locate the source of the tapping. One night Gill hid beneath the house and found that the tapping was not coming from under, but above the floor at points where Mrs. Nuckolls walked in going about the house. It was discovered that she had a belt under her clothes from which an iron ball was suspended, this ball being attached to a piece of rubber wh ch caused it to bounce as Mrs. Nuckolls moved about.
After living unhappily together for a time, they separated, Mrs.
Nuckolls returning to her family home on North Main Street. Some time after, Dr. John went to the Hopkins home to see his son. He was denied admittance and a quarrel ensued which culminated in Nuckolls attempting to shoot his father-in-law. The defendant, S B Hopkins, was then residing in Nashville and upon learning of Nuckolls attempt upon the old gentleman's life, came to Springfield armed with a double-barrel shotgun. The next morning, February 28, 1882, as Dr. Nuckolls was passing down the street leading to t he depot, he was shot by Hopkins; the prosecution claimed from the wind ow of a saloon. The theory advanced by the defense was that Hopkins w as on the sidewalk, and that Nuckolls was shot while attempting to draw h is revolver. No one saw the shot fired, and much conflicting testimony was produced. The case was tried, on a change of venue, in Davidson Count y, and resulted in an acquittal of the defendant. Much popular indignation was aroused by the verdict, as Hopkins had a bad reputation, and had be en acquitted of the murder of E C Kirk, a few years before."

Main Street Murder Remembered
By Dewey Edwards, Member Robertson Co, TN Historical Society June 23, 1999
At first, it seemed like a marriage made in heaven. That is how Dr John W Nuckolls felt when he married Laura Hopkins Jones in 1879, the daughter of Asa Hopkins of Springfield. Immediately after the marriage, the newlyweds moved into the house that Henry Kirk built in 1855, situated high atop "Pulltight" hill on Fifth Avenue East. Several months later, Laura delivered unto her proud husband, a baby boy whom she named a"Asa" after her father. Shortly after the birth of their son, Laura became moody and depressed, and their marriage took a sharp turn for the worst. They quarrelled constantly and Dr Nuckolls soon found out why her first marriage had ended so abruptly. She was next to impossible to live with! She nagged him constantly, and even went as far as claiming that their home was haunted. It was the general concensus that Laura herself was the instigator of the strange noises heard in the house, doing so in an attempt to draw attention and sympathy.
It was widely speculated that Laura had suspended a ball and cord beneath her dress, and as she moved through the house, the ball would bounce against the floor, thereby producing a tapping noise beneath her. Afterwards, the neighbors tended to shy away from her, and regarded her as a lunatic.
By this time, Dr Nuckolls' nerves had taken all they could stand and it was rumored that he turned to drinking. Unable to salvage what was left of their marriage, they separated and Laura took her son and moved back into the home of her parents.
The following afternoon, after an extremely difficult day at the office, Dr Nuckolls went to the Hopkins residence to see his son. He was not in the best of moods and it only compounded the issue when Mr Hopkins denied him the right to see his child. He furthermore demanded Nuckolls to leave and not come back. Dr Nuckolls lost his temper, pulled a gun, and threatened to kill him if he didn't let him see his son. Luckily, Mr Hopkins managed to slam the door and lock it before any shots were fired in his direction. After several more angry threats through the closed door, Dr Nuckolls gave up and sadly made his way to his now empty home.
Laura wasted no time in contacting her brother, "Bunch" Hopkins, who lived in Nashville. She informed him of the altercation between their father and her estranged husband, and, more than likely, added a few spicy details of her own. Hopkins was outraged and swore he would would avenge his father. After all, Bunch had been acquitted of murdering another Springfield resident, E.C. Kirk, a few years before. He had no problem doing it again.
That afternoon on February 27«sup»th«/sup», 1882, S B "Bunch" Hopkins and the Hooper brothers, Harry and John, arrived on the train from Nashville. After visiting with the Hopkins' for a while, the trio looked around Springfield and came up with a diabolical scheme. On the south of Main Street across the railroad tracks, sat a schoolhouse with a church situated next to it. The school was actually an old dwelling that had been used as a school and belonged to Cornelia Benton. The church was the property of the Methodist Episcopal Church South, and regular services were held there.
Just before sunrise the following morning, the streets were deserted as the trio doused the interior of the buildings with kerosene, then torching, first the church, then the schoolhouse. As the flames quickly spread, the trio disappeared into the darkness. It would be several minutes before the fire would give them ample time to make their way back into the heart of town. There could be no witnesses to what was about to happen. Thus, the diversion to avert attention elsewhere.
Robertson County had outgrown the old jail, and had recently moved into a new jail on what is now Willow Street. The old jail sat abandonded, just off Main Street at 7«sup»th«/sup» Avenue East, (across the street from what was later the Bell Building). It was in this building that Hopkins set up his ambush. Climbing the stairway and walking to an open window, he removed the double-barreled shotgun from beneath his overcoat. He then loaded two shells into the chambers, and waited for his victim. Somewhere to the south of their vantage point, someone yelled "Fire! Fire!"
Walking to his office that mourning, Dr Nuckolls, rounded the corner at Fifth and Main and instantly noticed something odd. Main Street, usually bustling with activity at this time of day, was completely deserted! Most of the stores he walked past were closed and locked. Looking further down Main Street, he soon realized why. The flames were towering over the treetops and two large plumes of smoke billowed high into the air. That explained it! Something was burning and the townspeople and merchants were fighting the fire. It was not unusual for the merchants to close their doors in such an emergency and perform this civic duty.
Breaking into a run, he was approaching the intersection of 7«sup»th«/sup» Avenue, when the first shotgun blast hit him against the building. He slumped down, clutching his left side, when another blast hit him in the shoulder and neck. He tried to yell, but his windpipe was severed by the second blast, and only a gurgle came forth from what was left of his throat. As he lay dying on the sidewalk, he glanced up toward the old jail, and saw Hopkins smiling at him, still holding the shotgun. This was the last thing Dr Nuckolls saw before everything faded to black. Hopkins and his partners in crime quickly left the old jail and made their way to the depot, stopping only for a minute to watch the fire consume what was left of the buildings. There had been no witnesses, and even if someone had seen them, they could not prove a thing!
On June 14, 1882, Bunch Hopkins, Henry Hooper, and John Hooper were indicted for the murder of John W Nuckolls. The indictment was endorsed by G A Farmer, foreman of the Grand Jury, with Richard Nuckolls, brother of the victim, listed as the prosecutor. The Grand Jury returned six counts against them, which consisted of first degree murder, assault, aiding and assisting, Counseling, procuring, advising, planning, and commanding, receiving, harbouring and maintaining. The sixth count states that "Bunch Hopkins, on the 28«sup»th«/sup» day of February 1882, did conceal himself and lie in wait with a gun for one John Nuckolls and did shoot from ambush with said gun, the said John Nuckolls unawares as he passed by and thus did unlawfully, willingly, feloniously, deliberately, premeditatedly and of his malice aforethought, kill and murder the said John nuckolls. Each count was signed by B D Bell, Attorney General.
The Grand Jury impanelled and sworn to hear the evidence on this indictment were: J W Berry, J H Beasley, John Kelton, T O Tarpley, J G Mason, J C Quine, J B Draughton, B C Hulsey, J R Elliott and Jesse Hinkle. Constable L C Payne attended the Grand Jury. On the same day in a separate indictment, Bunch Hopkins, Harry Hooper and John Hooper were indicted for the arson of the schoolhouse and church in the town of Springfield. Both were burned by the same act of arson. On June 16, 1882 the defendants requested a change of venue on both indictments. Pwing to the prominence of both families and the great excitement created by the murder, the court granted a change of venue to Davidson County.
The attorneys for the defence were A J Caldwell, J M Quarles and John E and A E Gardner. The prosecution was assisted by Col J J Turner, of Gallatin, and several others. During the trial there, the defense claimed that Hopkins was standing on the sidewalk and that Nuckolls was shot while attempting to draw his revolver, forcing Hopkins to fire in self defense. No one actually saw the shots fired and much conflicting testimony was produced. The trial jury in Nashville, citing reasonable doubt, returned a not guilty verdict on all counts, resulting in the acquittal of the defendants.
In Robertson County, the verdict aroused a great deal of resentment, as Hopkins already had a bad reputation concerning the murder of E C Kirk a few years before. Owing to the prominence of the two families, no killing has occurred that caused more excitement in Robertson County than the death of Dr. Nuckolls After his acquittal, Bunch Hopkins left the area and moved to Texas.
Sources: The SpPringfiled I Have Known by Charles Love; Robertson County Circuit Court Minutes 1882 pages 551-555; Robertson County Circuit court Minutes 1868, Page 491; Goodspeed's History of Robertson County, TN pg 859

[DI1821] Burlington Hawk Eye Burlington Iowa 02 March 1882
Killed By His Brother-In-Law
Nashville, Feb 28- Dr J W Nuckols was shot and killed at Springfield tod ay by O B Hopkins his brother-in-law. Domestic troubles were the cause.

The Huntsville Weekly Democrat (AL) March 8, 1882
NASHVILLE, February 28. - Dr. J. W. Nuckols was shot and killed at Springfield, yesterday, by S. B. Hopkins, of Nashville. The killing was the result of a hostile meeting, Monday, between Nuckols and Asa Hopkins, who w as S. B. Hopkins's father, and father-in-law to Nuckols, who had been separated from his wife about eighteen months. Nuckols threatened to kill Asa Hopkins at their next meeting.

3/1/1882 New Haven Register (New Haven, CT)
Springfield TN mar 1- S B Hopkins shot his brother-in-law Dr J W Nuckols head yesterday in the street. Cause a family feud

Date: March 1, 1882 Location: Indiana Paper: Indianapolis Sentinel
Dr J W Nuckols was shot and killed in Springfield Tenn yesterday by S B Hopkins of Nashville. The killing was the result of a hostile meeting yesterday between Asa Hopins who was S B Hopkins father and father-in-law to Nuckols who had been seperated from his wife for about 18 months.

Newark Daily Advocate Newark Ohio 21 June 1883
A Judge Indicted For Conspiracy - Nashville Tn June 21 Judge John E Garner, at present on of the referee commissioners appointed to relieve the Supreme Court Docket has been indicted for an attempt to commit perjury and conspiracy in connection with the trial of Bunch Hopkins and John and Henry Harper for killing Dr Nuckolls.

[NI1822] Laura Bunch Hopkins age is in question, but was 11 years old in the 1860 c ensus
1850 Census is Laura Bunch Hopkins age 14 /w George W Hopkins and Asa a nd Mary Hopkins
The 1900 census is quite in error...little white lie?

[NI1823]
NUCKOLLS, Asa Hopkins
BIRTH: 1880 Springfield, Tennessee, USA
DEATH: 1951 Wheaton, Illinois, USA
REFERENCES: SCI NewM; SCI list 1910; NCAB 14; Haynes 37; SCI. American Lis t, 1909-10;
PORTRAIT: NCAB 14, p. 118.
Education and Qualifications0
Secondary
Awarding institution:
Institution of study: School - US (Pine Bluff, Ark)
1900 AB Awarding institution: Ouachita College
Institution of study:
1905 Period of Study
Awarding institution:
Institution of study: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1930 Period of Study
Awarding institution:
Institution of study: Chicago University
Career
1898 - 0 Corporal, US Army
1905 - 1906 Chemist, Illinois Steel Co
1909 - 1946 Chemical Engineer, Underwriters Laboratories Inc (Chemist ry & high explosives)
1946 - 1950 Consulting Chemical Engineer, Underwriters Laboratories I

Memberships and Roles
Institution:
Position:
Year(s):

American Chemical Society
Member 0 - 0
American Society for Testing Materials
Member 0 - 0
National Fire Protection Association
Member 0 - 0
Society of Chemical Industry
Member 1909 - 0

At his death it is said that he was written up in the New York Times as a famous atomic scientist

Name: Nuckolls, Asa Hopkins
Birth - Death: 1880-1951
Accession Number: 3125731
Source Citation: Biography Index. A cumulative index to biographical mater ial in
books and magazines. Volume 2: August, 1949-August, 1952. New York:
H.W. Wilson Co., 1953.(BioIn 2)
Biography Index. A cumulative index to biographical material in
books and magazines. Volume 4: September, 1955-August, 1958. New
York: H.W. Wilson Co., 1960.(BioIn 4)
The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography. Volume 41. New York:
James T. White & Co., 1956. Use the Index to locate
biographies.(NatCAB 41)

Rsearcher John Bladel
JkBladel@aol.com

[DI1823] Name: «tab»Asa Hopkins Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»360015310
Birth Date: «tab»12 Dec 1880
Birth Place: «tab»Springfield, Tennessee
Claim Date: «tab»31 Jan 1950
Type of Claim: «tab»Life Claim
Notes: «tab»12 Aug 1977: Name listed as ASA HOPKINS NUCKOLLS

[XI1823]
U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963
Bronze marker with Christian emblem
Name: «tab»Asa H Nuckolls
Birth Date: «tab»12 Dec 1880
Death Date: «tab»31 Aug 1951
Cemetery: «tab»Elm Wood
Cemetery Location: «tab»Springfield, Tennessee
Enlisted 5/7/1898
Discharged 10/25/1898
No Serial No, Pension No XC 2581950
Arkansas Corp, Co H, 1st Reg Infantry
Applicant Helen Gates Nuckolls, Box 607, Wheaton, IL 1/9/1952

[XI1824] Mulberry Street Cemetery, Amite, Tangipahoa Parish, LA
MYRTLE MONTGOMERY DAU OF KITTY KEMP MOTHER OF HOWARD NUCKOLLS DIED J AN 3, 1953

[NI1825] MARY MONTGOMERY DIES HERE AT AGE 86
Publication: Richmond Times-Dispatch
Date: 08-19-1986 Edition: City Section: Area/State
Mrs. Mary Virginia Montgomery, a former deputy clerk of the Chesterfield C ounty Circuit Court, died Sunday at a local nursing home. She was 86. Mr s. Montgomery, who lived at 2402 Fruehauf Road, served as deputy clerk fr om 1956 to 1966. She previously worked as a secretary for Du Pont before j oining the former Bellwood Quartermaster Depot as a classification analy st during World War II. She was a member of Beach Community Grange and Chr ist Community Church. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Virginia She ehy, Mrs. Helen Nuckols and Mrs. Jean F. Cooper; and two sons, Joseph C. M ontgomery Jr. and George A. Montgomery, all of Richmond. A funeral wi ll be held at 2 p.m. today at Joseph W. Bliley Funeral Home, Third and Mar shall streets. Burial will be in Riverview Cemetery.

[DI1825]
Social Security Death Index about Helen G. Nuckolls
Name: «tab»Helen G. Nuckolls «tab»
Last Residence: «tab»94401 San Mateo, San Mateo, California,
Born: «tab»8 Jan 1904
Died: «tab»31 May 2003
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Illinois (1951-1952)

[NI1828] Family member says his name was originally Asa Hopkins Nuckolls after his father, but his name was changed as a child.

[DI1828] Name: Howard Nuckolls
SSN: 262-03-7975
Born: 28 Jan 1916
Died: Nov 1973
State (Year) SSN issued: Florida (Before 1951 )

[NI1829] Ardath Edwards notes say Richard was a twin to John Walton born 11/1/1841. Not correct that we can determine

Source: Sumner County, Tennessee, Deed Book 31, Pages 197-198
I Wm. W. Douglass have this day sold and do hereby convey to Richard Nuckl es for the sum of one thousand dollars a tract of land in the state of Te nnessee Sumner County and District No. 8 containing by estimation fifty ac res be the same more or less and bounded as follows: Beginning at a sta ke in the road running North 87 1/2 degrees East 40 poles to a stake; then ce South 2 degrees West 13 poles to a stake; thence North 87 1/2 degrees E ast 75 poles to a stake; thence North 59 6/10 poles to a stake South 85 de grees West 59 poles to a stake; thence North 40 3/4 degrees West 30 6/10 p oles to a stake; thence South 88 degrees West 33 2/10 poles to a stake ne ar the center of the road; thence South 2 degrees West 70 6/10 poles to t he beginning containing by estimation 50 acres. Wm. W. Douglass

State of Tennessee, Sumner County - Personally appeared before me Jesse Ca ge, Clerk of the County Court of said county Wm. W. Douglass the bargain er with whom I am personally acquainted and who acknowledged that he execu ted the foregoing instrument for the purposes therein contained and witne ss my hand at office this 26th day of December 1876. Jesse Cage, Clerk

Received for registration 26th Dec 1876 at 1 o'clock P.M. Robt. Hallum, Re gr. Sumner County

Registered and examined the 27th Dec 1876. Robt. Hallum, Registrar Sumn er County

Name: Richard Nuckolls ,
Enlistment Date: 26 March 1862
Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Confederacy
State Served: Virginia
Unit Numbers: 824
Service Record: Enlisted as a Sergeant on 26 March 1862
Enlisted in Company E, 63rd Infantry Regiment Virginia on 26 March 1862.
Promoted to Full Sergeant 1st Class on 15 May 1863 (Estimated day)
Hospitalized on 05 February 1864 at Way Hospital, Meridan, MS
Hospitalized on 07 February 1864 at Bristol, TN
On rolls on 15 August 1864
Wounded on 04 February 1865 at Meridian, MS

NAME: Nuckolls, Richard
PENSION #: S3791
COUNTY: Sullivan
UNIT: 63rd Va. Inf.

NAME: Nuckolls, Richard.
WIDOW: Nuckolls, Sue Douglass
PENSION #: W10685
COUNTY: Sumner

[XI1829] Gallatin
Sumner County
Tennessee, USA
Plot: Sect B, Row 14

[DI1830] Nov 1934
Gallatin Tenn- Funeral services for Mrs Susan Nuckles, 84, widow of Dr Richard Nuckles , who died at her home at Station Camp Wednesday morning we re conducted at the residence today by the Rev W J Ensor, burial will be in the Gallitin Cemetery. Mrs Nuckles was a daughter of the late William and Sara Douglass, pioneer citizens of Sumner County and was born and reared in the community where she died. SHe was a member of the Baptist church. She is survived by the following nieces and nephews: Mrs Lula Worsham Jarman of Columbia, Mrs Ollie Minton of Nashville, Mrs Orville Gambill, Misses Susan and Olivia Douglass of Gallatin, Douglass Worsham and Belle Worsham of Nashville, Ed Douglass of Nashville, Richard Douglass of Knoxville, Harry Bell Douglass of Jacksonville, Fl.

Name: «tab»Sue Douglas Nuckulls
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»21 Nov 1934
Event Place: «tab»Sumner Co., Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Widowed
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»83-5-22
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»1851
Birthplace: «tab»Sumner Co., Tenn.
Spouse: «tab»D. W. Nuckulls
Father: «tab»W. W. Douglas
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Sumner Co., Tenn.
Mother: «tab»Sarah Bell
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Sumner County
Occupation: «tab»Housewife
Street Address: «tab»
Residence: «tab»
Cemetery: «tab»Gallatin Cem.
Burial Place: «tab»
Burial Date: «tab»22 Nov 1934
Informant: «tab»H B Warsham 1707 17th ave s, nashville
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184427
Image Number: «tab»1475
Film Number: «tab»1876819
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 26461

[XI1830] Gallatin
Sumner County
Tennessee, USA
Plot: Sect B, Row 14

[BI1837] Name: «tab» Elizabeth Ingram
Gender: «tab» Female
Birth Date: «tab» 11 Nov 1893
Birth Place: «tab» Bolivar, Hardeman
Father: «tab» George Thomas Ingram
Mother: «tab» Priscilla Nuckolls
[scanned] delayed 9/22/1942

[DI1837] Name: «tab» Elizabeth Ingram
SSN: «tab» 415-16-9536
Last Residence: «tab»
38008 Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee, USA
BORN: «tab» 11 Nov 1893
Died: «tab» 1 Jun 1995
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab» Tennessee (Before 1951)

[NI1849] Ardath Edwards says died 8/17/1854

[NI1858] Woodford Co, KY
(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 6355 7) Samuel Nuckols was sheriff of Scott Co, KY 1814-1816

VERSAILLES CHRISTIAN CHURCH ESTABLISHED IN 1830's - RECORDS SHOW
The early records of the Versailles Christian church were lost many yea rs ago, but it is known that a church of that denomination existed he re as early as 1835. In that year Elder John T. Johnson held a revival th at resulted in 117 additions to the church.Alexander Campbell first visit ed Versailles in 1823, but it is not known whether a church existed he re at that time. In 1852 a lot was purchased by Samuel Nuckols, Dr. B. Clo ak and B.F. Duval, trustees. In August, 1853, a new house of worship w as formally opened. The building was erected by Alexander Campbell.

Old stone spring building on Samuel's property was used as courthouse befo re Woodford Co was established in 1788

History of Woodford Co, KY , pg 108
Samuel Nuckols was the pioneer of that name who settled in Woodford Coun ty some years after the war of 1812. I have not been able to learn anythi ng of his forebearers in Virginia, from whence he came to Kentucky, but ju dging by the spledid type of citizenship of the Woodford County descendant s, the Virginia branch was all right. ....He purchased a farm on the Tyro ne Road two miles from versailles and he lived in the house that he bui lt on his farm until his death in 1871. The farm is now owned by his grand son Samuel Clairborne Nuckols.

1860 Woodford Co, KY Slave Schedules
61 Female Black saml Nuckols Not Stated, Woodford, Kentucky
49 Female Mulatto saml Nuckols Not Stated, Woodford, Kentucky
47 Male Black saml Nuckols Not Stated, Woodford, Kentucky
46 Male Mulatto saml Nuckols Not Stated, Woodford, Kentucky
44 Male Mulatto saml Nuckols Not Stated, Woodford, Kentucky
39 Male Black saml Nuckols Not Stated, Woodford, Kentucky
28 Male Black saml Nuckols Not Stated, Woodford, Kentucky
27 Female Mulatto saml Nuckols Not Stated, Woodford, Kentucky
21 Female Mulatto saml Nuckols Not Stated, Woodford, Kentucky
21 Male Mulatto saml Nuckols Not Stated, Woodford, Kentucky
19 Male Mulatto saml Nuckols Not Stated, Woodford, Kentucky
19 Female Black saml Nuckols Not Stated, Woodford, Kentucky
16 Female Black saml Nuckols Not Stated, Woodford, Kentucky
12 Male Mulatto saml Nuckols Not Stated, Woodford, Kentucky
9 Male Mulatto saml Nuckols Not Stated, Woodford, Kentucky
9 Female Black saml Nuckols Not Stated, Woodford, Kentucky
7 Female Black saml Nuckols Not Stated, Woodford, Kentucky
2 Male Black saml Nuckols Not Stated, Woodford, Kentucky


Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910
about Pochahontas Nuckols
Name: «tab»Pochahontas Nuckols
Birth Date: «tab»23 Nov 1854
Birth County: «tab»Woodford
Gender: «tab»Female
Father's or Owner's Name: «tab»Saml Nuckols

Name: «tab»Ann Nuckols
Birth Date: «tab»15 Mar 1856
Birth County: «tab»Woodford
Ethnicity: «tab»Black
Gender: «tab»Female
Father's or oweners Name: «tab»Saml Nuckols

[DI1858] Sent by Mary Stakias
In the name of God Amen. I Sam Nuckols of the County of Woodford and the State of Kentucky now in unusal health of body and of sound disposing mind and memory, thanks be to God for his manifold mercies. Do my own hand write and publish this my last will and testament. In manner and form following towit.
Item 1st I give to my beloved wife Mary C nuckols, the house and lot now owned by me and which we now occupy, in the town of Versailles, sixty two shares of stock of the Commercial Bank of Kentucky of one hundred dollars each; five hundred dollars in cash, a good horse and buggy, or Rockaway, as she may desrie. As we live in town, if she should not wish to keep or own a horse and buggy, then she is to be given a fair estimate of their value in money - this bequest and in house and lot, Bank stock, money, horse and vehicle, is in lieu of dower to which she would be entitled in my other real estate. The interest or profits of which is for her sole use and benefit to dispose of as she may seem proper during her natural life, and at her death to return to my estate. I also give to her all the bedding and furniture and all the other furniture, silverware, and all the other household furniture of every kind which we now won, in ? simple to dispose of as she may deem proper. The thirteen shares of Commercial Bank stock which she now owns in her own right, is not included above: that she dispose of as she pleases.
Item 2nd I have advanced liberally to all our children - said advances are entered in a book kept by me for the purpose- and it my will, that our children are to be governed by the same, in the distribution and settlement of the balance of my estate. And for the guidance and satisfaction of all, I here state the amount each has rec'd to date. viz. George L Nuckols Seventeen thousand nine hundred and fifty dollars. Claiborne W Nuckols Seventeen thousand dollars - and in addition his note for fifteen hundred and twenty dollars, which if not needed by us, is to be changed to him as legacy. to John M Nuckols Seventeen thousand five hundred dollars. to out son in law Thos J Iles and daughter Louisa Isles and their children Alice Shropshire and John L Iles Seventeen thousand dollars-and I contemplate should I live, to give our grandson John L Iles before long the further sum of five hundred dollars, and it is to be distinctly understood that it is my will, that the children of our daughter M Louisa Isles are to receive their joint proportion of my estate that would have descended to their mother was she alive. Now it is expressly my will, that after my decease, and also the decease of my wife, that in the distribution and settlement of our estate, those who have received less than others, are to be made equal to the highest; then all to share equally as hereafter provided.
Item 3rd I give and bequeath in trust, to my son in law, Thos J Isles (if he will accept the position, which I desire) but should he from age or disability decline, then and in that event I give to Richard H Shropshire of Ms who married our grand daughter Alice Isles, one equal fourth of my estate, (conditioned as above to equalizing) in trust for the use and benefit of my son George L Nuckols and his wife Sarah C Nuckols, and their children Addie L and Mary C and any other children they may hereafter have, but in no event to be liable for debts or liabilities of the said George L or under his control, except the raising and education and maintenance of the wife and children of George L - and the said trustee or either of them, may invest in real estate, good and save personal securities, or save stocks, and sell and reinvest at their discretion having in view an annual profit or income for the support and maintenance of the beneficiaries, or a home to be furnished them. The use of the income upon the foregoing property or money, shall be enjoyed or paid over by said trustee for the use and benefit of the childre of said George L or any others he and Sarah C may habe and the part or share of any child that may die, to be euqally divided amongst the survivors of them.
Item 4th I give and bequeath to my son Claiborne W Nuckols one fourth of my estate, to him and his heirs, conditioned as before provided.
I give to my son John M Nuckols and his heirs one fourth as before provided. And I give and bequeath to the children of our daughter Maria Louisa Iles dec'd one equal fourth of my estate as above stated. And should any of them die before they arrive at lawful age or without living issue then their portion to be euqally divided among the survivors of them.
Item 5th in consequence of said amounts of money loaned and paid out for our son George L and he to secure the same to me, did deed a large number of lots in the town of Fairb...? in the state of Minnesota to me, as the deeds now in my possession will show. Now as I have charged to Geo L in my account book before refered to, the amounts so loaned and advanced to him as so much of my estate and for the same purpose. I have received recently of Wm H Butts of Memphis, a deed for some seventy five or eighty acres of land lying near Raleigh Shelby County Tennessee. It is my will and desire that my Executor hereafter named convey to Sarah C, wife of said George L said lots in Fairbuilt Minnesota. And that he also convey said tract of land as named above in Tennessee to the trustee named above for the use and benefit of the children of said George L. I here state that four of said lots in Fairbault Minnesota have been sold by me and the proceeds thereof paid to said Sarah C and I desire that any expenses or taxes that may be due at my decease be paid to my Executor when he conveys the same to Sarah C and children.
Item 6th I having conveyed or willed in a previous section the house and lot, at present occupied by us to my wife. Now if she declines living in or occupying the same, it is my will, that my Exec either rent out the house and lot, if he thinks it most advisable, paying over to her the interest on same.
Lastly, I hereby nominate constitute and appoint my son Claiborne Watkins Nuckols Exec of this my last will and testament, with power to sell and convey any real estate of which I may seized or possessed.
In testimony whereof I hereunto subscribe my name and affix my seal this 24th day of Nov 1869.
Sam Nuckols
Signed sealed and delivered in presence of
David P Robb
E K Thornton

[NI1859] (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 )
V-1 B O Gaines History fo Scott Co, KY
The first citizens: 1794-1811, Lewis Nuckols, Paul Christian.
N Elkhorn, Lewis Nuckols, 10th Precinct.
Lewis Nuckols was sheriff on Scott County from 1816-1818

[NI1860] BIBLIOGRAPHY: Eugene C. Barker, ed., The Austin Papers (3 vols., Washingto n: GPO, 1924-28). Lester G. Bugbee, "The Old Three Hundred: A List of Sett lers in Austin's First Colony," Quarterly of the Texas State Historical As sociation 1 (October 1897). Texas Gazette, May 8, 1830
NUCKOLS, MILTON B. (?-1830). Milton B. Nuckols (Nuckels, Nichols), a doct or from Kentucky, was one of Stephen F. Austin'sqv Old Three Hundredqv col onists. On August 3, 1824, he received title to a league and a labor of land now in Matagorda and Brazoria counties. He was living in the San Jacinto vicinity in the fall of 1824, when he signed a petition for app ointment of a local surveyor and recommended Dr. Johnson Calhoun Hunter for the position. The census of March 1826 classified Nuckols as a physician, aged between twenty-five and forty. He had a wife, Angelina, and two servants. In September 1826 he was alcaldef San Felipe, and in 1828 Austin expressed the wish that he would be elected síndico procurador for the entire colony. Nuckols probably operated a mercantile business, for James E. B. Austin was paying him for rakes, pots, and griddles in March 1829. Dr. Nuckols died on April 28, 1830, at the home of William Scott on the San Jacinto River.

It is unknown how this land could have been purchased, as this part of Texas was formed from the Old Mexican Municiplality prior to 1837. But we know he was here as his 2 children are in the first tax in 1844.

He is listed among the Old Austin's 300 settlers:The name "Old Three Hundred" refers to the settlers who received land grants in Stephen F. Austin's first colony in Mexico. According to the terms of the 1823 Imperial Colonization Law of Mexico, each family engaged in farming was to receive one labor (about 177 acres) and each ranching family one league (about 4,428 acres), for which the family would have to pay the state thirty dollars within six years. An additional caveat was that the land had to be occupied and improved within two years.
MILTON B. NUCKOLS


MB NUCKOLS (Orig Survey) M.B. NUCKOLS (Grantee) Sec 39 Ab st# 679
Brazoria Co, Land Grant
MB NUCKOLS M.B. NUCKO LS 10 103

3/3/1824-District: Brazoria County: Brazoria
Grantee: M. B. Nuckols Patentee: 8-3-1824
Patent Date: 03 Mar 1824 Patent #: 308
Patent Volume: 2 Survey/Blk/Tsp: 39
Acres: 4664 Adjoining County: Matagorda
Adjoining Acres: 2465 Class: Title

8/3/1824-District: Brazoria County: Brazoria
Grantee: M. B. Nuckols Patent Date: 03 Aug 1824
Patent #: 308 Patent Volume: 2
Acres: 177.10 Class: Title

8/3/1824-District: Brazoria; Matagorda County: Matagorda
Grantee: M. B. Nuckols Patent Date: 03 Aug 1824
Patent #: 308 Patent Volume: 2 Survey/Blk/Tsp: 39
Acres: 4664 Adjoining County: Brazoria
Adjoining Acres: 2199 Class: Title

[HI1860] (Research):Ann Eliza Whiteside was born 28 Jul 1816 13 in Kentucky , and immigrated to Texas by 1824 with her family . Her father, William B Whiteside was one of Stephen F Austin's original 300 colonists. In September 1824 her parents were lost in the Brazos River, and as a result, Stephan F Austin granted Guardianship of the eight orphaned Whiteside children to John P Coles . He was "to bind them out in good families to learn some useful profession or trade and be sent to school to learn the rudiments of English education" . Anna Whiteside was indentured on 5 May 1826 to serve the family of Milton B Nuckols "until "she shall have completed the full age of eighteen years unless previous to that time the said Anna shall be married5. Dr. Milton B Nuckols died on 28 April 1830 . (See complete history at ancestry)
Biography of Ann Eliza Wilson (Whiteside)
http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/2942400/person/-855898012/story/9690316b-c1f3-4cb8-8d1a-f2c2af601c5b?src=search

One tree has a wife named Margaret Glass. Distance between births of children suggest this is possible

[NI1864] Never found in early census. Poos had a daughter named Rachel born 1826 md William Gammons. (See unconnected)

[NI1866] History of Ray Co, MO pg 374 Meeting of the Whigs
of the whig national convention.
8th, That the blank in the second resolution be filled with the names of the following persons as delegates to the state convention, viz: Milo C.Nuckles,.....

[NI1869] Was Rev War Soldier Went to Charleston, SC

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

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

[NI1870] Nucols, Zachariah State : NC, County : Randolph Co., Year : 1790, Pa ge # : 101
Age ranges in household : 01-00-01-00-00

[NI1872] As I said, I am a direct descendent of Agatha and John Nuckolls through t heir daughter Frances Nuckolls and Spencer Morgan and a have lot of inform ation on this line I you wish to have it.
Carlisle
miniclan@earthlink.net

[NI1873] Father: James Morgan b. 1723 in King George County, Va.
Mother: Elizabeth Taylor b. 1735 in Lancaster County, VA

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 11 6page 176
[p.176] Mrs. Ida Nuckolls Rice Perrin.DAR ID Number: 115558 Born in Unio n, S. C. Wife of George C. Perrin. Descendant of John Nuckolls, and of Ens ign Spencer Morgan, as follows: 1. Spencer Morgan Rice (1829-1908) m. 18 52 Mary Carlisle (1832-1900). See No. 115557.

[NI1874] Possibly this person:
1830 Chester Co, SC pg 339
J Nuckolls - 0111201-01120001

[NI1878] Died Young

[NI1881] A doctor

Isaac Hazel Cantrell (Wm, John, John, Joseph, Richard) was born 11/10/18 27 in Sparteansburg Co, SC. Went tith his parents to Alabama but return ed later to Spartansburg when of age and married (1) Susan Elliott Littlej hohn, dau of Dr Felix and Susan Nuckols Littlejohn. Married (2) Elizabe th Davenport
Source: The Cantrill-Cantrell genealogy : a record of the descendants of R ichard Cantrill, who was a resident of Philadelphia prior to 1689, a nd of earlier Cantrills in England and America. Christie, Susan Cantrill ,. New York. Grafton Press. 1985.

Note- The 1850 cenus of Spartansburg SC shows Susan, the daughter of Fel ix Littlejohn, but his wifes name is Elizabeth. Maybe the author he re is wrong, since Felix was the son of Charles Littlejohn and Susannah Nu ckolls. I dont believe Felix was ever married to a Susan Nuckolls

[NI1886] After the murder of his father by Tories. John Jr and his sister would ha ve to go out in search of their belongings after Tori raids on their Wh ig Hill Home. He was with his father at the mill when he was murdered a nd escaped. He was asleep in the mill.

The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume XII Numb er 4, Fall, 1984
Union District Writs of Partition (Continued from Vol. XII, p.93) SCMAR, V ol. XII, Fall 1984, No. 4, p.197
Sale was held 7 Dec. 1818. Buyers: Joseph Collins (heaviest buyer), John E asterwood, (p. 59) Richd. Thomson and Elijah Dawkins. Total of sale $710. 49 3/4. (p. 60) Sale Bill certified 15 Feb. 1819 by Richd. Thomson, Jose ph Collins and Charles Littlejohn, admrs. of the Estate of John Nuckoll s, before Davis Goudalock, J.P..

Ardath records say he died 11/15/1806. This is incorrect becasue of nespap er article found
Charleston City Gazette and Daily Advertizer 12/9/1801 Vov XIX Iss 44 62 Pg 2
We are infrmed , that William Rice, Esq was elected last Tuesday Sheri ff of Union district, in the room of John Nuckolls, Esq, deceased.

[NI1889] He was a man of rare intellectual Attainments and was elected to Congre ss the same year that his age made him eligible under the constitution. Th ere is a tradition that John C. Calhoun, passing through the country on h is way to Washington called on Nuckolls and ask him to ride a day in the s tage with him in order that he might enjoy a long talk, as Calhoun conside red him to be a remarkable man, richly endowed by nature and his mind we ll stored with valuable information.

NUCKOLLS, William Thompson, a Representative from South Carolina; born ne ar Hancockville, Union (now Cherokee) County, S.C., February 23, 1801; w as graduated from South Carolina College (now the University of South Caro lina) at Columbia in 1820; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1823 a nd commenced practice in Spartanburg, S.C.; elected as a Jacksonian to t he Twentieth, Twenty-first, and Twenty-second Congresses (March 4, 1827-Ma rch 3, 1833); died on his plantation near Hancockville, S.C., on Septemb er 27, 1855; interment in Whig Hill Cemetery.

The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans: Volu me IIV
Nunn, David Alexander
NUCKOLLS, Willham Thompson, representative, was born near Hancockvill e, on the Pacolet river, Union district, S.C., Feb. 23, 1801; son of Jo hn and Nancy (Thompson) Nuckolls, and grandson of John and Agatha (Bulloc k) Nuckolls of Virginia, who removed to Spartanburg district, S.C., abo ut 1770 and made the settlement of Whig Hill. John Nuckolls, Sr., joined t he patriots, and about 1779 was killed by the Tories while at a mill, h is young son John, who was with him, escaping. The family was of English o rigin. William Thompson Nuckolls was graduated at South Carolina colle ge in 1820, and became a lawyer at Spartanburg C.H., S.C. He was admitt ed to the bar in 1823, and was a friend of John C. Calhoun, who said of h im that he was one of the best informed men in public life. He was a repre sentative from the ninth South Carolina district in the 20th, 21st and 2 2d congresses, 1827-33. He married his cousin, Susan Dawkins, and they h ad no children. He died on his plantation near Hancockville, S.C., Sept. 2 7, 1855.


This is the August 4, 1832 issue of Nile's Weekly Register, a smal l, 6" by 9-1/2", 16 page, weekly newspaper published in Baltimore, MD by H ezekia Niles. The paper has a 1-1/2 page manifesto to the people of Sou th Carolina by South Carolina representatives in Congress. The names of t he signers of
the manifesto are: Robert P. Hayne, Stephen D. Miller, George McDuffie, Wa rren R. Davis, John M. Felder, John K. Griffin, W. T. Nuckolls, and Robe rt W. Barnwell. The purpose of the manifesto was to report to the citize ns of South Carolina what the US Government was doing to infringe their st ates
rights.

The first papragraph of the manifesto reads : To The people of South Carol ina

The undersigned, a portion of your representatives in the congress of t he United States, feel it to be their painful, but indispensable dut y, in the present extraordinary crisis of your affairs, to submit, for yo ur grave and and solemn consideration, the following brief views of your p resent condition and future prospects, as they are affected by the unconst itutional legislation of congress......

This was dated July 13, 1831, and shows that South Carolina did not like t he way the country was being run even 30 years before the start of the Civ il War.

Adams Sentinel Gettysburg Pennsylvania 15 February 1831
Southern feeling in the House of Representatives...Mr Nuckolls said" Let t he report and bill be referred and printed, and after time for examinatio n, let them come up for discussion. Sir, I will vote at any time for taki ng up and deciding the fate of this matter. The people of South Carolina a re in great doubt and perplexity on this subject. They have been assured that relief from their unconstitutional burthens would be progressive, b ut if, on the contrary, our recourse is to be retroactive, by increasing i nstead of diminishing their grievances, we desire to know it, in order th at we may set about relieving ourselves from them 'peaceably, if we can fo rcibly, if we must'" (Bill filed in the Supreme Court against state of Geo rgia, praying for an injunction to the executive officers of the state, p rohibiting them from exercising jurisdiction under the state laws, over t he people of the Cherokee Nation.)

The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume XII Numb er 4, Fall, 1984
Union District Writs of Partition (Continued from Vol. XII, p.93) SCMAR, V ol. XII, Fall 1984, No. 4, p.196
(P. 57) Petition of William Nuckles (signed W. T. Nuckolls), an infant abo ve 14 years of age, repeats above information, stating that Melissa was h is sister, and that his mother had married Col. Joseph Collins, and pray ed that Colo. Elijah Dawkins be appointed his guardian. Dated 16 March 18 18 and signed by W.T. Nuckolls. Dawkins appointed, he to give bond and sec urity in double the amount of the minor's estate.

The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research SCMAR, Volume V Numb er 3, Summer, 1977
Spartanburg District Will Book B (Continued from Vol. 5, p.88.) SCMAR, V ol. V, Summer 1977, No. 3, p.173
Pp. 116-120: Will of Reuben Daniel of Spartanburg District…to wife Elizabe th one negro Girl Drucey and one third part of my Estate; to my daughter S ophia Smith, negro Woman Milley and her five children James, Hannah, Davi d, Peter, and Kate; to my son Jesse Daniel, I have already given $1000, o ne horse, two cows and calves and one bed & furniture.…to my daughter Jinc ey Wells, I have given one negro girl Doll, etc.; to my son Richard Danie l, I have given 500 A and Iron-Gray horse, negro Boy Dave; to my daught er Elizabeth Underwood, I have given one negro Boy Jim, negro Boy Kit, etc .; to my daughter Nancy High, negro girl Kitty two Beds and furnitur e; to my daughter Jincey Wells, negro Henry…among my six children Patse y, Jincey, Sally, Richard, Betsey and Nancey… John Wells, Enoch Jones Unde rwood and my son Richard Daniel, Exrs…12 Aug 1825. Reuben Daniel (Seal), W it: W. T. Nuckolls, Jas. Hunt, E. Bomar. Prov. by James Hunt, 16 April 182 7.

Name: Nuckolls, William C Birth - Death: 1801-1855 Accession Number: 3125 753
Biographical Annals of the Civil Government of the United States.
During its first century; from original and official sources. By
Charles Lanman. Washington, DC: James Anglim, 1876.(BiAUS)

Name: Nuckolls, William Thompson Birth - Death: 1801-1855 Accession Numbe r: 3125754
Source Citation: Biographical Directory of the American Congress, 1774-197 1. TheContinental Congress (September 5, 1774 to October 21, 1788) and the Congress of the United States (from the first through the
ninety-first Congress March 4, 1789, to January 3, 1971, inclusive).
Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1971. Biographies beg in on page 487.(BiDrAC)
Biographical Directory of the United States Congress, 1774-1989. The Conti nental Congress, September 5, 1774 to October 21, 1788 and the Congre ss of the United States from the first through the one
hundredth Congresses, March 4, 1789, to January 3, 1989, inclusive.
Bicentennial Edition. Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office, 198 9. Biographies begin on page 507.(BiDrUSC)
The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans. Bri ef biographies of authors, administrators, clergymen, commanders, editor s, engineers, jurists, merchants, officials, philanthropists,
scientists, statesmen, and others who are making American history. 10 volu mes. Edited by Rossiter Johnson. Boston: The Biographical Society, 1904.(T wCBDA)

The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research
SCMAR, Volume XII
Number 4, Fall, 1984
Union District Writs of Partition (Continued from Vol. XII, p.93)
SCMAR, Vol. XII, Fall 1984, No. 4, p.195
The Commissioners' report (p. 51) assigned the lower part of the tra ct on south side of Pacolett (marked A on the plat), 183 acs. valued at $2 ,500, to Joseph Collins and wife; the upper part, 271 acs. (marked B on sa id Plat) valued at $2,500 to Melissa Nuchols (sic); 499 acs. on Thicket ty Creek valued at $2,250, to Wm. Nuchols. Joseph Collins and wife and Mel issa Nuckles (sic) to each pay William Nuckles $83.33 1/3.
SCMAR, Vol. XII, Fall 1984, No. 4, p.196
To William Nuckles twelve Negroes (to wit) Abram, Fanny, Armstead, Johnso n, Curry, Luce and child, Edy, Febe, Clarissa, Sam and Elverae, valu ed at $4,625.

SCMAR, Vol. XII, Fall 1984, No. 4, p.196
Joseph Collins and wife and William Nuckles to each pay $8.33 1/3 to Melis sa Nuckles.

SCMAR, Vol. XII, Fall 1984, No. 4, p.196
(P. 56) To Abraham Nott, Judge of Court of Common Pleas, petition of Melis sa Nuckles, an Infant above 14 years of age, sheweth that John Nuckles, h er father, died about 1801 intestate, leaving at the time of his death t he petitioner and her Mother who since the death of said John Nuckles h as intermarried with Col. Joseph Collins, and William Nuckles, broth er of petitioner. John Nuckles possessed considerable real and personal pr operty, and petitioner was entitled to a distributive share. Prayed that R ichard Thomson be appointed her guardian who is willing to accept the sam e. Dated 16 March 1818 and signed by Melissa Nuckles.

SCMAR, Vol. XII, Fall 1984, No. 4, p.196
(P. 57) Petition of William Nuckles (signed W. T. Nuckolls), an infant above 14 years of age, repeats above information, stating that Melissa was his sister, and that his mother had married Col. Joseph Collins, and prayed that Colo. Elijah Dawkins be appointed his guardian. Dated 16 March 18 18 and signed by W.T. Nuckolls. Dawkins appointed, he to give bond and security in double the amount of the minor's estate.

1830 Spartansburg, SC pg 313 William T Nuckolls 000010-0000000

Alexandria Gazette 10/17/1855 02 Nuckolls Wm. T. South carolina congressm an dies

[HI1889] (Research):Does not match this family;
Name: «tab»William Nuckels
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): «tab»Union, South Carolina
Enumeration Date: «tab»August 7, 1820
Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44: «tab»1 1776-1794-
Slaves - Males - Under 14: «tab»4
Slaves - Males - 14 thru 25: «tab»1
Slaves - Females - Under 14: «tab»4
Slaves - Females - 14 thru 25: «tab»3
Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: «tab»4
Free White Persons - Over 25: «tab»1
Total Free White Persons: «tab»1
Total Slaves: «tab»12
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: «tab»13
But he next to Elijah Dawkins

[NI1890] According to Reverend J. D. Bailey, William and Susan had no children. [S ee Bailey's "History of Grindal Shoals" pages 82-83.]

[NI1891] he South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research
SCMAR, Volume XII
Number 4, Fall, 1984
Union District Writs of Partition (Continued from Vol. XII, p.93)
SCMAR, Vol. XII, Fall 1984, No. 4, p.196
(P. 57) Petition of William Nuckles (signed W. T. Nuckolls), an infant above 14 years of age, repeats above information, stating that Melissa was his sister, and that his mother had married Col. Joseph Collins, and prayed that Colo. Elijah Dawkins be appointed his guardian. Dated 16 March 1818 and signed by W.T. Nuckolls. Dawkins appointed, he to give bond and security in double the amount of the minor's estate.

The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research
SCMAR, Volume XII
Number 4, Fall, 1984
Union District Writs of Partition (Continued from Vol. XII, p.93)

SCMAR, Vol. XII, Fall 1984, No. 4, p.195
The Commissioners' report (p. 51) assigned the lower part of the tra ct on south side of Pacolett (marked A on the plat), 183 acs. valued at $2 ,500, to Joseph Collins and wife; the upper part, 271 acs. (marked B on sa id Plat) valued at $2,500 to Melissa Nuchols (sic); 499 acs. on Thicket ty Creek valued at $2,250, to Wm. Nuchols. Joseph Collins and wife and Mel issa Nuckles (sic) to each pay William Nuckles $83.33 1/3.

SCMAR, Vol. XII, Fall 1984, No. 4, p.196
To Melissa Nuckles 10 Negroes (to wit) Randall, Hannah, Kis, (p. 52) Antho ny, Wanser, Drawdy, Polly and child, Silva, Isbell, valued at $4,600.

SCMAR, Vol. XII, Fall 1984, No. 4, p.196
Joseph Collins and wife and William Nuckles to each pay $8.33 1/3 to Melis sa Nuckles.

SCMAR, Vol. XII, Fall 1984, No. 4, p.196
(P. 56) To Abraham Nott, Judge of Court of Common Pleas, petition of Melis sa Nuckles, an Infant above 14 years of age, sheweth that John Nuckles, h er father, died about 1801 intestate, leaving at the time of his death t he petitioner and her Mother who since the death of said John Nuckles h as intermarried with Col. Joseph Collins, and William Nuckles, broth er of petitioner. John Nuckles possessed considerable real and personal pr operty, and petitioner was entitled to a distributive share. Prayed that R ichard Thomson be appointed her guardian who is willing to accept the sam e. Dated 16 March 1818 and signed by Melissa Nuckles.

[NI1893] This family from Rosemary Grant
4nimity@mo-net.com (Rosemary Bradford Grant)

[NI1897] Agnes and her husband William Goudelock appear in the First Virginia Nucko lls and Kindred Book II on page 78 # 54.

[NI1898] Whig Hill Cemetery in Cherokee County, S.C. off Highway 18 about 7 miles s outh of Gaffney, S.C. ( On part of the grants to Adam Goudelock) . An abo ve ground sarcophagus inscribed "William Goudelock 18 Jan 1857 81st ye ar of age" and a nearby tomestone inscribed "Agnes consort of Wm Goudelo ck and Daughter of John Nuckolls, Sen. who died May 25th 1840 In the 69 ye ar of her age".

[NI1907] Major in the war of 1812. served around Charleston SC. After war he beca me a General in the State Militia. The stately Mansion he built at the De rbin Littlejohn's homestead is still standing as of 1958.

The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research
SCMAR, Volume XII Number 4, Fall, 1984
Union District Writs of Partition (Continued from Vol. XII, p.93)


Date: 12/28/2004 2:17:20 PM Mountain Standard Time
From: wanda5@charter.net
I have a picture of Gen. Elijah Dawkins house, I have been inside it, thin king that it was Adam Goudelock's home. As you know, Gen. Dawkins marri ed Nancy Nuckolls, a daughter of John and Agatha Bullock Nuckolls. Somewhe re in there, the house came to the Goudelocks. Adam Goudelock and Hann ah Stockton are buried in the backyard on that homeplace. Their log cab in still stands there. I was told that the house was Adam's, which is w hy I went there, but the Goudelock widow who now lives there says it was b uilt by Gen. Dawkins. That house looks like Williams' except that the ro of is a rosy red.

[DI1910] Gainesville Daily Sun Gainesville, FL 7/5/1909
In Memorium
B F Dawkins, born in Union Dist, SC Jan 21, 1849 died at his home in this city of paralysis the 28th inst at 12:10 a.m. He was married Sept 1 1892 to Miss Adaline, daughter of E A Jeffords, late of this city. He leaves a wife and two girls, Misses Mary and Sarah and also a sister, Mrs John W Tench. He was the son of Major Joshus Dawkins and wife, Sarah (nee) Davidson, both of Union Dist and the nephew of Judges James R Dawkins of this city and Thomas N dawkins of South Carolina, and grandson of General Elijah Dawkins of the war with England in 1812. He was also a nephew-in-law to Congressman General James Rogers, a fast friend and contemporary of Andrew Jackson and Hon William T Nuckolls, the firend and compatriot of John C Calhoun and McDuffy. In the spring of 1863 he had just arrived at the age to be a junior reserve in the Confederate Army and went out with Captian, now Judge Townsend of Union District. He was reared in the Presbyterian faith, but since his marriage had affiliated with the Episcopal church. Being raised in affluence he bore the flings? and arrows of outrageous fortune since the war patiently and labored as he was able to raise and educate his family. Wrongs he waived aside and persued the even tenor of his way. He was not a man without faults, but having known him for forty and five years intimately, I can truthfully say that the good in him was immeasurably greater than the bad, for he was loyal always to his friends and charitable to all. May he rest in peace with all his kith and kin who preceded him through the shadowed valleyin the home of his
BROTHER IN LAW.

[NI1916] South Carolina General Assembly 116th Session, 2005-2006
TO RECOGNIZE THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE NATIVITY OF UNION ON THE OCCASI ON OF ITS HISTORIC ONE HUNDRED FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY AND TO COMMEND THE CHU RCH FOR ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY YEARS OF DEDICATED AND FAITHFUL SERVICE TO T HE COMMUNITY.
Whereas, the Episcopal Church of the Nativity of Union, South Carolina, ce lebrates its one hundred fiftieth anniversary of the laying of its corners tone on May 1, 2005; and
Whereas, had it not been for Mary Poulton Dawkins’ strong and unyielding s ense of heritage and longing for the spiritual food of her childhood chur ch worship in England, the Episcopal Church of the Nativity would not ha ve been founded; and
Whereas, Mary, after emigrating to the United States, was educated in Tro y, New York, and as the family scattered, following the untimely dea th of her father, she found her way to Unionville, now Union, South Caroli na, where she began teaching; and
Whereas, upon coming South, Ms. Poulton met her husband, the prominent Uni on lawyer, Judge “Colonel” Thomas Nuckolls Dawkins who undertook to fulfi ll his wife’s yearning to worship in her “own dear church”; and
Whereas, on May 1, 1855, Judge Thomas Dawkins and five “upcountry priests ”, in the company of three hundred people, laid the cornerstone of the Chu rch of the Nativity, and though it was subsequently damaged and broken int o, the undaunted group carried on; however progress was slow, as the membe rs of the parish were doing most of the work to build the church; and


Whereas, the Episcopal Church of the Nativity, though yet-to-be-complete d, was consecrated by Bishop Thomas Davis in 1859 and was one of the la st churches built before the War Between the States, finally completed fol lowing the war; and


Whereas, the edifice of the Church of the Nativity is deemed to be o ne of the handsomest in the State and an excellent southern example of Got hic revival architecture; it is said to be virtually identical to St. Anne ’s Chapel in Fredericton, New Brunswick, and was designed by English archi tect Frank Wills, who with Henry C. Dudley, designed a dozen Episcopal Chu rches; and


Whereas, the skill of J. D. McCullough, an early missioner to Union, is st ill apparent to this day in the beautifully carved chancel railing, priest ’s and bishop’s chairs, and credence table; and the granite, quarried near by, was hauled by Colonel Dawkins’ horses

[NI1917] Married Eliza Cleaveland

[NI1920] Married Caroline taylor

[NI1921] One of the handsomest women in the upper country. Noted for her striking a ppearance and gracious manners. Married Rep. Abner Benson

[NI1923] A tall woman

[NI1926] Elijah Dawkins Rogers, Pvt., COA 18SC Inf. of the CSA. He is buried at t he foot of his grandmother's grave.
b. 03 Dec 1840 d. 30 Aug 1862, killed in battle
His parents were Gen. James Rogers and Nancy Hensley Dawkins.

[NI1928] There is a Benjamin Perkins in 1850 Limestone Co, AL living alone born 17 98 VA. None in Virginia of his age. Unable to locate Mary in 1850. He w as also in 1840 Census same location, also without a wife.

[NI1932] Louisa Co., Va., Deed Bk. G, pg. 422-Frederick Harris of Louisa, appts. so n, Richard Harris, his atty. In fact to convey his Ky. Lands, Mar. 4, 1794 .Richmond Harris to John Overton, Fayette Co., Ky., Dt. Ct. Bk. B, pg. 989,

Sept. 5, 1798-Richmond Harris of Louisa Co., Va., by attorney, Richard Har ris, deeds John Overton of Fayette Co., Ky., 250 a. located in Mercer Co ., on South side of Ky. River, consideration of $5000.00.

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

Joseph was present when Thomas Nuckolls died in 1823 because he is listed in the auction of the Plantation inventory as a buyer


1870 Maury Co, Hampshire, TN -pg218
A J Harris 42 TN
MG 33 (f)
H J, (f) 9
J L (m) 8
A J (m) 6
M W (m) 2

[NI1934] 1870 Louisa Co, Fredericks Hall Va pg 294
Martha A Nuckols 60
Henrietta 32
Joseph L 28
William M 24 (not named in fathers will 1857)
Francis W Dabney 8

[NI1935] From the Louisa Co. Historical Magazine:
V15-34 & 35: "The Hunter Family" Children of Wm. Hunter & Mary Morris Hunter; .... 7. Caroline M. Hunter m. Mordecai J. Nuckolls 22 Jul 1842." a nd "Wm's daughter Mary Jane Hunter Gillespie and her husband, David S., and Wm's daughter Caroline M. Hunter Nuckolls and her husband Mordecai, also lived in Fluvanna Co."

James was a Blacksmith. He and Caroline M Hunter died young of something like flu and are buried in the Hunter/Morris cem onthe Old Mountain Road near Roundabout/Bell's Cross Roads. Large cemmetery,no stones.

James and wife Caroline died young of the flu. Two sons raised by James Duke and his second wife. They came of age just in time for the Civil War

Death cert of son George names father as "Joseph" Nuckolls. Poss middle name was Joseph instead of James

[DI1937] The Charleston Daily Mail Charleston West Virginia 20 April 1935 Nuckolls, Veteran of Civil War, Dies-George Nathaniel Nuckolls, 91 years old, a C onfederate veteran died Friday night at the home of his daughter M rs W J Coope at Hinton. Mr Nuckolls was born August 22 1843 at Louisa Coun ty, Virginia. He enlisted in the Confederate Army at the age of 16, was wi th Stonewall Jackson and was wounded in the battle of Gettysburg, PA. He formerly lived in Charleston. Besides his daughter he is survived by four sons, J S Nuckolls, proprietor of the Jefferson Hotel of this City; L L Nuckolls of Fairbury, Neb; W H Nuckolls of Omaha Neb and G H Nuckollls of Richmond, VA. Funeral rites will be Sunday afternoon at Hinton and burial will be in the Spring Hill Cemetery Monday.

The Charleston Daily Mail Charleston West Virginia 21 April 1935 Nuckol ls Funeral- Rites for George Nathaniel Nuckolls, 91 years old, a Confedera te Veteran, who died Friday night at the home of his Daughter, Mrs W J Cope at Hinton will be held Sunday Afternoon at Hinton. Burial will be in t he Spring Hill Cemetery Monday. Mr Nuckolls was born Aug 22, 1843 in Louisa County, VA. He enlisted in the Confederate army at the age of 16, w as a member of Stonewall Jackson's sharpshootiers and was wounded in the battle of Gettysburg. He formerly lived in Charleston and assisted in surve ying for the right of way of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroads. Besides his daughter, he is survived by four sons, J S Nuckolls, proprietor of the Jefferson Hotel of this city; L L Nuckoll sof Fairbury NE; W H Nuckol ls of Omaha NE and G H Nuckolls of Richmond, VA

Death Certificate names father as Joseph Nuckolls and mother as Hunter

[XI1937] Greetings, I grew up in SE Montana, Colstrip….
Found the following from Spring Hill records I have.
Knuckles \endash Danny (b/d 1984)
Nuckolls \endash Ada (b1881,d1975), George (b1918, d1982), George (b1843,d1935), James (b1868,d1943), Lucy (b1846,d1920)
Nuckols \endash 2 unknown (buried 1918 & 1920), Arthur (b1884,d1920), Opal (b1882,d1971)
The records I have show the spelling you noted and the same incorrect? date. As for the marker photograph. If you would contact the cemetery office (see below) and determine the plot location(s). They are usually very helpful if it's family asking for information. Many here don't have markers but the cemetery records of this aren't always accurate so it's best to just visit the plot.
1555 Farnsworth Dr Charleston, WV 25311-1507
(304) 348-8010 Best wishes, JC
«u»webstergx@hotmail.com «/u»

[NI1938] Descendants of William by Laura
laura.blomberg@mci2000.com

William Samuel was with Mosby's Raiders. He was captured on one of his fi rst raids and in prison. Family account says he he was in a prison sh ip in Baltimore Harbor but another account indicates he was held in NJ.

Health poor after he came home. He married Nora Smith daughter of James Edward Smith and Virginia Catherine Crawford. Her father bought the mill at Yanceyville from James Duke Nuckolls. Feb. 6 1846-June12,1891

[DI1938] DECEASED Nuckolls, Wm. S.
YEAR [1891].
NOTE Race: White.
NOTE Gender: Male.
NOTE Date of death: July 12, 1891.
NOTE Cause of death: Brights disease.
NOTE Age at death: 45 years.
NOTE Occupation: Merchant.
SOURCE Louisa County, 1891.
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, M., parent.
OTHER NAME Nuckolls, C. M., parent.
OTHER NAME Nuckolls, N. F., informant (Wife).

[NI1940] Name: William Hunter Nuckolls City: Omaha County: Douglas Stat e: Nebraska
Birthplace: Virginia;United States of America Birth Date: 10 Sep 18 88
Race: Caucasian Roll: 1711760 DraftBoard: 3
William Hunter Nuckolls res 415 No 25th Omaha, NE
Age 29 born Sept 10 1888 Louisa Co, VA
Railway Conductor for Missouri Pacific
Married with wife and child
Claim exemption for wife and shild support
Med height, med build, grey eyes, auburn hair
Signed Wm H Nuckolls June 2, 1917

[BI1940] Name: «tab»Wm. H. Nuckolls
Gender: «tab»Male
Baptism/Christening Date: «tab»
Baptism/Christening Place: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»11 Sep 1888
Birthplace: «tab»Louisa Co., Virginia
Death Date: «tab»
Name Note: «tab»
Race: «tab»White
Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»George N. Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Father's Age: «tab»
Mother's Name: «tab»Lucy
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother's Age: «tab»
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00190-8
System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy
Source Film Number: «tab»2046943
Reference Number: «tab»p 336
Source Citation

"Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5VC-9JV : accessed 6 April 2012), Wm. H. Nuckolls (1888).

[DI1940] Name: «tab»William Hunter Nuckolls Sr
[Hunter Nuchol Sr]
Gender: «tab»Male
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»10 Sep 1888
Birth Place: «tab»Louisa, Virginia
Father Name: «tab»George N Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Lucy Hackette
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Mar 1937: Name listed as WILLIAM HUNTER NUCKOLLS SR; : Name listed as HUNTER NUCHOL

[DI1941] ame: «tab»Margaret M Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»505051205
Birth Date: «tab»23 Aug 1883
Birth Place: «tab»Omaha, Nebraska
Death Date: «tab»21 Feb 1945
Claim Date: «tab»13 Mar 1945
Type of Claim: «tab»Death Claim
Notes: «tab»16 Jun 1978: Name listed as MARGARET M NUCKOLLS

[BI1945] Name: «tab»William Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»507-01-4178
Last Residence: «tab»68102 Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska,
Born: «tab»16 Dec 1917
Last Benefit: «tab»68102 Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska,
Died: «tab»Nov 1980
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Nebraska (Before 1951)

[XI1945] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about William Nuckolls
Name: «tab»William Nuckolls
Gender: «tab»Male
Death Date: «tab»4 Nov 1980
SSN: «tab»507014178
Enlistment Date 1: «tab»27 Sep 1943
Release Date 1: «tab»6 Dec 1945

[NI1947] Graduated HS in 1891. Attended N. G. A. College, Dahlonega GA.; Athens Co llege Medical College.

Pat Richard ronpatri@bellsouth.net Family researcher

Possibly married Addie Oliver first in Forsythe Co, GA 1/6/1889 Bo ok F pg 155

Name: Henry A Nuckolls
Death Date: 04 Oct 1957
County of Death: Fulton
Gender: M
Race: W
Age: 87 years
County of Residence: DeKalb
Certificate: 24329

[NI1949] The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta Georgia 03 April 1921  BUffet Supper-Mi ss Anny Mae Kimsey entertained at a buffet supper Thursday Evening in hon or of Miss Lillian Nuckolls and Miss Mary Kimsey, two bride-elects. The gu ests include Misses Lillian Nuckolls, Mary Kimsey, Ollie Lee Mauck, Rosl yn Bird, Irene Mise, Jessie Myers,Christine Nuckolls, Mrs Herbert A Sage a nd Mrs E D Wingard.

California Death Index, 1940-1997
Name: Lilian Agnes Kimsey
[Lilian Agnes Nuckolls]
Social Security #: 254805296
Sex: FEMALE
Birth Date: 26 Jul 1898
Birthplace: Georgia
Death Date: 3 Feb 1987
Death Place: Sacramento
Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[NI1951] Atlanta Constitution Oct 2, 1928
The friends and relatives of Mr and Mrs H.G. NUCKOLLS, Charlotte NC; Mr a nd Mrs H.A. Nuckolls, Clarkston GA; Mr and Mrs L.L. Kimsey, Buffalo, N Y; Mr and Mrs Edward K Rankin, Tampa, FL; Miss Kathryn NUCKOLLS, Miss Euni ce NUCKOLLS, Miss Edith NUCKOLLS, Clarkston, GA; Mr Glenn A Nuckolls, Miam i, FL are invited to attend the funeral services of Mr H.G. NUCKOLLS Wedne sday morning at 11 o'clock at the Clarkston (Georgia) Baptist Church. R ev E C Cowan and Rev Charles E Stephenson will officiate. Interment in Cla rkston Cemetery. The following gentlemen are requested to act as pallbeare rs and meet at the residence of Mr H.A. NUCKOLLS. Messrs Hal Hensler, T om Hensler, Joe Kelly, Harvey Armstead, Dewey Lifsey and Melvin Beaucham p. Miami FL papers will please copy.

[HI1951] (Research):Name: «tab»Hubert G Nuckolls
Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White
Age: «tab»28y 9m 0 days, married, occ:collector for Standard Credit Co
Birth Date: «tab»18 Jan 1900
Birth Place: «tab»Guinett Co, Georgia, United States
Death Date: «tab»30 Sep 1928
Death Location: «tab»Charlotte, Mecklenburg, Charlotte Sanitorium
Father's Name: «tab»H A Nuckolls b GA
Mother's Name: «tab»Fannie Gurley b GA
Informant H A Nuckolls, Atlanta, GA
Residence- 11 W Vance

[DI1953] Name: «tab»Mildred Gurley Nuckolls
[Mildred Nuckolls Eaton]
[Mildred Hendon]
SSN: «tab»256429736
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»17 Mar 1929
Birth Place: «tab»Clarkston DE, Georgia
[Clarkston, Georgia]
Father Name: «tab»Hubert G Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Thula Tipton
Death Date: «tab»20 Nov 2003
Death Certificate Number: «tab»057159
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Sep 1946: Name listed as MILDRED GURLEY NUCKOLLS; Apr 1963: Name listed as MILDRED NUCKOLLS EATON; 21 Oct 1988: Name listed as MILDRED NUCKOLLS HENDON; 23 Apr 2004: Name listed as MILDRED G HENDON

[NI1954] The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta Georgia 03 April 1921  BUffet Supper-Mi ss Anny Mae Kimsey entertained at a buffet supper Thursday Evening in hon or of Miss Lillian Nuckolls and Miss Mary Kimsey, two bride-elects. The gu ests include Misses Lillian Nuckolls, Mary Kimsey, Ollie Lee Mauck, Rosl yn Bird, Irene Mise, Jessie Myers,Christine Nuckolls, Mrs Herbert A Sage a nd Mrs E D Wingard.

Name: Mildred C Nuckolls
Death Date: 21 Apr 1986
County of Death: DeKalb
Gender: F
Race: W
Age: 82 years
County of Residence: ??
Certificate: 013124
Date Filed: 23 Apr 1986

[DI1955] Georgia Deaths, 1919-98 about Kathryn F Sutherlin
Name: «tab»Kathryn F Sutherlin «tab»
Death Date: «tab»26 Dec 1958
County of Death: «tab»Fulton
Gender: «tab»F (Female)
Race: «tab»White
Age: «tab»54 Years
County of Residence: «tab»DeKalb
Certificate: «tab»30561

[NI1957] 1930 Census is living with her parents, age 25 md age 23, no husband, na me is Lucille Rankin

[NI1961] Supt. of a million dollar dredge boat in Venezuela, South America. Died s uddenly while working on a job in San Jose CA. Buried in West View Cemeter y, Atlanta GA

California Death Index, 1940-1997
Name: Glenn A Nuckolls
Social Security #: 082096328
Sex: MALE
Birth Date: 22 Oct 1906
Birthplace: Georgia
Death Date: 4 Feb 1957
Death Place: Santa Clara
Mother's Maiden Name: Gurly
Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[DI1966] Name: «tab»Edith Emily Nuckolls
[Edith N Strange]
SSN: «tab»254015333
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»27 Aug 1915
Birth Place: «tab»Atlanta, Georgia
Father Name: «tab»Henry A Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Fannie S Gurley
Death Date: «tab»5 May 2000
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Signature on SSN Card: «tab»EDITH NUCKOLLS
Relationship of Signature: «tab»Signature name differs from NH's name.
Notes: «tab»Nov 1936: Name listed as EDITH EMILY NUCKOLLS; 06 Jun 2000: Name listed as EDITH N STRANGE

[NI1970] Atlanta Constitution Aug 14, 1921
Obit Capt George Benjamin Rice. Friends and relatives invited to attend ed the funeral: Mrs C E Stewart, Mr and Mrs E L Porter of Silver Creek G a; Mr and Mrs J L Hawk; Mr and Mrs C E Blackmon, Mr and Mrs W A Boy, Mr a nd Mrs W P Nash of Akron Oh; Mr and Mrs Frank Price of Memphis TN; Mrs Tru man NUCKOLLS of Forsythe Co, GA.

From:Debbidee@PRODIGY.NET (DEBBIE A POPE)
Hi...I was looking up my dad's mother from Kentucky (Newport), her name w as Alice Broadwell and she died when my dad was young, and his stepmom rai sed him. Anyway, I've been looking for years on any info about her f or my family tree. But she remarried and nobody knew her husbands last na me, so we couldn't find her.

Well, just today my father calls and tells me his stepmom mentioned the na me "Cole". So, I'm looking everywhere, to no avail. Then I stumble acro ss your posting, and see the name "Nuckols" associated with an "Alice Broa dwell". Well, a light bulb goes off in my head and I started searching f or variations of "Cole". Then, lo and behold, I tried "Kohl" and there s he is. I couldn't believe my eyes. I'm greatful, in a round-about-w ay to you, in that regards. Thank you.......

Now, my question to you is, obviously your part of the "Truman Nuckolls" s ide of the family and I was curious why "Alice's" tree was so empty. Th ey didn't have kids together, and it just sounds so close to home, to be j ust a coincedence. If that "Alice" is indeed MY "Alice", well then I c an fill that whole tree up for you. Just a thought...........

Thanks for your time
Debbie Pope

Not sure on date of birth, so this could be her:
Name: Alice Nuckolls
Death Date: 14 Oct 1951
County of Death: Fulton
Gender: F
Race: W
Age: 71 years
County of Residence: Fulton
Certificate: 23268

[NI1971] Name: Laura O Nuckolls
Death Date: 11 Jun 1958
County of Death: Fulton
Gender: F
Race: W
Age: 82 years
County of Residence: Gwinnett
Certificate: 15246

[NI1972] Name: Vannie P Nuckolls
Death Date: 29 Jul 1976
County of Death: Gwinnett
Gender: F
Race: W
Age: 82 years
County of Residence: Gwinnett
Certificate: 024380

[NI1973] Father: William Martin Stringer b. 26 Jan 1853
Mother: Emily Jane Duncan b. 24 Jul 1863

[NI1974] Middelton Nuckolls died intestate Oct. 27, 1911. Milligan Nuckolls was te mporary administrator of his estate. His estate was valued at $1000.

1910 Forsyth Co, Chattahoochee GA pg102
Milton Nuckolls, 63, single, living alone looks like 2 children

[NI1975] In the Forsyth Courthouse records a Mary Phillips applies for dismissi on of legal guardianship of S. J. Phillips citing that he has come of ag e. In her request she names the father, G.E. Phillips deceased. She fil ed November 15, 1884.

[NI1983] Family researcher
Michelle Moreland Orlando"

[XI1983] No death date on her stone with Thomas. Not known if she buried with him.

[DI1984] Name: «tab»Nealie Nuckolls Jones
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»22 Aug 1952
Event Place: «tab»Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»married
Race or Color: «tab»
Age: «tab»79
Estimated Birth Year: 12-31-«tab»1872
Birth Date: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab»Georgia
Spouse: «tab»
Father: «tab»Lafayette W. Nuckolls
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother: «tab»Mary Evelyn Moreland
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Occupation: «tab»housewife
Street Address: «tab»1707 Prater Rd Chatanooga
Residence: «tab»
Cemetery: «tab»Dunigan
Burial Place: «tab»Rocky Face, GA
Burial Date: «tab»8/24/1952
Informant: «tab»Daughter, Mrs Moore
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4181480
Image Number: «tab»2812
Film Number: «tab»2372466
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 52-18078

[NI1985] Death record son Nanthaniel names mother Nancy Nuckolls

[XI1986] Tombstone has Lillie J

[NI1987] Name: Alexander Mathias Nuckolls
City: Chattanooga
County: Hamilton
State: Tennessee
Birth Date: 12 Dec 1879
Race: White
Roll: 1852927
DraftBoard: 2
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Sept 12, 1918Alexander Mat hias Nuckolls, 42 S Dodds Ave, Chatanooga, TNAge 38 born Dec 12, 1879Texti le Worker for Standard Processing Co, Smith St, Chatanooga, TNWife Pearl D elilah Nuckolls; Med Height, Med Build, brown eyes, Dk Hair

[DI1987] Name: «tab»Aleander M Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»411013721
Birth Date: «tab»12 Dec 1879
Birth Place: «tab»Walker, Georgia
Claim Date: «tab»19 Mar 1948
Type of Claim: «tab»Life Claim
Notes: «tab»09 Sep 1977: Name listed as ALEANDER M NUCKOLLS

[BI1989] SSDI shows 12/24/1891

[DI1989]
U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-
Name: «tab»Vinnie Michael «tab»
SSN: «tab»258-44-3310
Last Residence: «tab»30740 Rocky Face, Whitfield, Georgia, USA
BORN: «tab»24 Dec 1891
Died: «tab»Mar 1984
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Georgia (Before 1951

Georgia Deaths, 1919-98 about Vennie N Michael
Name: «tab»Vennie N Michael «tab»
Death Date: «tab»2 Mar 1984
County of Death: «tab»Whitfield
Gender: «tab»F (Female)
Race: «tab»White
Age: «tab»92 Years
County of Residence: «tab»Whitfield
Certificate: «tab»007489
Date Filed: «tab»6 Mar 1984

[DI1993] Social Security Death Index about Pearl A. Moore
Name: «tab»Pearl A. Moore
SSN: «tab»411-01-4142
Born: «tab»22 Jul 1907
Died: «tab»25 Jan 1991
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Tennessee (Before 1951)

[NI1998] living with grandparents 1910 age 16

[DI1998] Name: «tab» Nathaniel Winfield Westbrook
Event: «tab» Death
Event Date: «tab» 09 Apr 1952
Event Place: «tab» Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee
Gender: «tab» Male
Marital Status: «tab» md
Race or Color: «tab»
Age: «tab» 58
Estimated Birth Year: «tab» 2/7/1893
Birth Date: «tab»
Birthplace: «tab» TN
Spouse: «tab»
Father: «tab» W. A. Westbrook
Father's Birthplace: «tab»
Mother: «tab» Nancy Nuckolls
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»
Occupation: «tab» Purchasing Agent, purchaser of chemicals
Street Address: «tab» 2108 Ringgold Rd, CHattanooga, TN
Residence: «tab»
Cemetery: «tab» Greenwood
Burial Place: «tab» Chatanooga, TN
Burial Date: «tab» 4/11/1952
Informant: «tab» Mrs E W Westbrook, Chattanooga
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab» 4181475
Image Number: «tab» 517
Film Number: «tab» 2372461
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab» cn 52-07834

[XI1998] Name: «tab» Nathaniel Winfield Westbrook
Birth Date: «tab» 7 Feb 1894
Birth Place: «tab» Walker County, Georgia, USA
Death Date: «tab» 9 Apr 1952
Death Place: «tab» Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA
Cemetery: «tab» Greenwood Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place: «tab» Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Tennessee, USA
Has Bio?: «tab» Y
Father: «tab» Wiley Albert Westbrook
Mother: «tab» Cordelia Nancy Westbrook

[DI2001] Name: «tab»Annie Lee Westbrook
Event: «tab»Death
Event Date: «tab»10 Dec 1940
Event Place: «tab»Rural, Knox, Tennessee
Gender: «tab»Female
Marital Status: «tab»Single
Race or Color: «tab»White
Age: «tab»35
Estimated Birth Year: «tab»
Birth Date: «tab»10 Sep 1905
Birthplace: «tab»Catoosa, Georgia
Spouse: «tab»
Father: «tab»Wiley Albert Westbrook
Father's Birthplace: «tab»Cherokee, Georgia
Mother: «tab»Nancy Nuckolls
Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Whitfield, Georgia
Occupation: «tab»Stenographer
Street Address: «tab»2315 East Eighteenth
Residence: «tab»Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tenn.
Cemetery: «tab»
Burial Place: «tab»removed- location left blank
Burial Date: «tab»10 Dec 1940
Informant: «tab»Eastern State Hosp Records.
Additional Relatives: «tab»
Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184459
Image Number: «tab»452
Film Number: «tab»1876894
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 27905

[DI2002]
U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-C
Name: «tab»Arthur Westbrook «tab»
SSN: «tab»411-01-4303
Last Residence: «tab»37412 Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee, USA
BORN: «tab»22 Jan 1911
Died: «tab»Mar 1984
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Tennessee (Before 1951)

[NI2007] Descendants provided by Willie Hammontree
treefish1@aol.com

[NI2010] Son of William Duncan Cleghorn &
Lillian Mae "Lillie" Nuckolls
One of three children;
2 sisters, Decie & Macie

Father of seven children;
3 daughters & 4 sons


Family links:
Parents:
William D. Cleghorn (1876 - 1909)
Lillie J. Cleghorn (1877 - 1967)

Spouse:
Martha L. Hall Cleghorn (1894 - 1980)

[NI2014] Daughter of Joseph Brown Loner &
Martha Jane King
One of six children;
2 sisters & 3 brothers

[DI2014] Name: «tab»Pearl L Nuckolls
SSN: «tab»413163263
Birth Date: «tab»6 Aug 1885
Birth Place: «tab»Dalton, Georgia
Claim Date: «tab»30 Mar 1951
Type of Claim: «tab»Life Claim
Notes: «tab»23 Sep 1977: Name listed as PEARL L NUCKOLLS

[XI2014] Name: «tab»Pearl Delilah Nuckolls
Birth Date: «tab»6 Aug 1885
Birth Place: «tab»Whitfield County, Georgia, USA
Death Date: «tab»30 May 1969
Death Place: «tab»Rocky Face, Whitfield County, Georgia, USA
Cemetery: «tab»Dunagan Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place: «tab»Rocky Face, Whitfield County, Georgia, USA

[DI2017] Name: «tab»Margaret Evelyn Nuckolls
[Margaret Nuckolls Pierce]
[Margaret Pierce]
SSN: «tab»409406175
Gender: «tab»Female
Race: «tab»White
Birth Date: «tab»25 Aug 1929
Birth Place: «tab»Chattanooga, Tennessee
Father Name: «tab»Alexander M Nuckolls
Mother Name: «tab»Pearl D Loner
Death Date: «tab»28 Aug 2004
Type of Claim: «tab»Original SSN.
Notes: «tab»Jul 1944: Name listed as MARGARET EVELYN NUCKOLLS; : Name listed as MARGARET NUCKOLLS PIERCE; 13 Sep 2004: Name listed as MARGARET EVELYN PIERCE; 16 Sep 2004: Name listed as MARGARET N PIERCE

Name of Deceased: «tab»Margaret Nuckolls Pierce
Age at Death: «tab»75
Death Date: «tab»28 Aug 2004
Obituary Date: «tab»31 Aug 2004
Newspaper Title: «tab»Walker County Messenger
Newspaper Location: «tab»La Fayette, GA, US
Birth Date: «tab»abt 1929
Locations Mentioned in Obituary: «tab»Ringgold, GA, GA Ringgold
Boynton, Boynton
Macon, Macon
Fort Oglethorpe, Fort Oglethorpe
Graysville, Graysville
Hickory, NC, NC Hickory
Other Persons Mentioned in Obituary: «tab»
Meredith
Scott Hutchins
Brooke Pierce
Seth
Abigail Pierce
Rebecca Pierce
Teresa Pierce
R. Frank
Rob
Kathy Pierce Jr.
Hilary
Tim Pierce
Natalie

[DI2029]
U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-
Name: «tab»John Michael «tab»
SSN: «tab»254-24-6429
Last Residence: «tab»30740 Rocky Face, Whitfield, Georgia, USA
BORN: «tab»26 Nov 1892
Died: «tab»Sep 1972
State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Georgia (Before 1951)


Georgia Deaths, 1919-98 about John M Michael
Name: «tab»John M Michael «tab»
Death Date: «tab»3 Sep 1972
County of Death: «tab»Whitfield
Gender: «tab»M (Male)
Race: «tab»White
Age: «tab»79 Years
County of Residence: «tab»Whitfield
Certificate: «tab»032015

[DI2030]
Georgia Deaths, 1919-98 about J. M. Michael, Jr.
Name: «tab»J. M. Michael, Jr. «tab»
Death Date: «tab»1 Feb 1929
County of Death: «tab»Whitfield
Certificate: «tab»6814-K

[DI2033] Lafayette Williard Michael, 89, "Mike" to his friends, died on Saturday, May 12, 2012 at his home in Baton Rouge. He was retired, after working as a Master Electrician with Local 995.
Visitation at Charlet Funeral Home, Inc. in Zachary, LA until services, conducted by Dr. Reggie Bridges. Burial in Port Hudson National Cemetery.He is survived by his wife of 12 years, Barbara Michael; one daughter, Stella Brumley of Dalton, GA; three sons and their spouses: Steve Michael and his wife Travis Ann of Greenville, GA; John Michael and his wife Dorothy of Tunnel Hill, GA; Lafayette Michael and his wife Nancy of Orlando, FL; four step-sons: Randy Poole, Leslie Poole, David Poole, and Larry Poole; one sister, Martha Edna Michael Ridley; one sister-in-law Mary Sue Michael; one brother, Rev. Oscar Michael and his wife Betty Lynn; eight grandchildren: Wade Brumley, Nathan Hanslee, John Brent Michael, Butch Michael, Jason Lea Baggett, Samuel Michael, James Paul Michael, and Laura Rector; ten great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.He was preceded in death by his parents, John Manson Michael and Vinnie Nuckles Michael, and three brothers, J.M. Michael Jr., Frank Michael, and A Michael and one sister Evelyn Michael Baxter.He was an Army Veteran of WWII. He was a 12th Grade Mason, spent two years studying at Baptist College, and enjoyed his life's work.

Published in The Advocate on May 15, 2012.

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