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[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

[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

[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

[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

[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

[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)

[NI1389] 1930 Census has brother in law John M Pace or Rice, age 20 b OK Name: Cleo Nuckolls SSN: 542-01-0881 Last Residence: 97236  Portland, Multnomah, Oregon, United States of Ameri ca Born: 9 Jul 1895 Died: Nov 1969 State (Year) SSN issued: Oregon (Before 1951 )

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

[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

[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 Margaret Zimmerman Nuckols of Summit, New Jersey. 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)

[XI1391] Elmwood Cemetery, Sec D Row 12

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

[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 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

[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

[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.

[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

[NI1435] Named for the French physician 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.

[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 )

[NI1438] Name: Marjorie Nuckolls SSN: 451-18-1587 Born: 20 Jun 1917 Died: 12 Aug 1991 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 ) 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.

[HI1444] (Research):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

[NI1446] Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997 about Nuckolls Date of Birth: 13 Oct 1907 Birth County: Bexar Mother's name: Nuckolls 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.

[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

[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

[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

[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

[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

[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

[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

[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 )

[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

[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.

[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 )

[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

[NI1650] 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. Name: Nell L. Nuckolls SSN: 410-82-8393 Last Residence: 71603  Pine Bluff, Jefferson, Arkansas, United States of A merica Born: 2 Jun 1913 Died: 29 Jan 1996 State (Year) SSN issued: Tennessee (1965 )

[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

[NI1656] Father: James W. THOMPSON b: 17 JAN 1847 in Tennessee Mother: Alice Jane WALTON b: 6 FEB 1848 in Hardeman Co. TN Informant on death cert  2/27/1942 Mrs C M Jordan, Toone, TN

[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.

[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 Name:    Joseph F. Nuckolls SSN:    412-12-8711 Born:    24 Dec 1920 Died:    3 Feb 1984 State (Year) SSN issued:    Tennessee (Before 1951 )

[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

[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

[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 Name:    Fred Smith Nuckolls City:    Not Stated County:    Hardeman State:    Tennessee Birthplace:    Tennessee;United States of America Birth Date:    1 Aug 1887 Race:    Caucasian Roll:    1852991 DraftBoard:    0 WWI Civilian Draft Registrations  9/12/1918 6/5/1917 Fred Smith Nuckolls, res Toone, TN, age 29 born Aug 1 1887, Toone, TN Self Emp Farmer, married, wife and 3 children Med height, stout build, Lt Brown eyes, Blk Hair, no disabilities

[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: «tab»cn 55-12685

[XI1698] Tombstone Fred S

[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] Social Security Death Index about Frances O. Nuckolls Name: «tab»Frances O. Nuckolls «tab» Last Residence: «tab»38127  Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee Born: «tab»31 Jan 1924 Died: «tab»9 Oct 2006 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Ohio (Before 1951)

[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] 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

[DI1710] Social Security Death Index about Opal P. Bacigalupo Name: «tab»Opal P. Bacigalupo Last Residence: «tab»37604  Johnson City, Washington, Tennessee,  Born: «tab»27 Jan 1917 Died: «tab»1 Sep 2006 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Tennessee (Before 1951)

[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] Social Security Death Index about Carolyn Skelton Name: «tab»Carolyn Skelton SSN: «tab»412-62-3010 Born: «tab»16 Sep 1941 Died: «tab»18 Feb 1997 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Tennessee (1956)

[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

[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

[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] Name: Mattie B. Nuckolls SSN: 431-19-1567 Last Residence: 72118  North Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas,  Born: 17 Oct 1903 Died: 25 Nov 1999 State (Year) SSN issued: Arkansas (1973 )

[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] Social Security Death Index about Donald R. Nuckolls Name: «tab»Donald R. Nuckolls SSN: «tab»431-64-9978 Last Residence: «tab»72118  North Little Rock, Pulaski, Arkansas,  Born: «tab»27 Jun 1938 Died: «tab»17 Mar 1999 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Arkansas (1953)

[NI1735] name in 1910 census looks like Waxie

[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

[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

[DI1746] Social Security Death Index about Oma B. Morris Name: «tab»Oma B. Morris SSN: «tab»430-60-7396 Last Residence: «tab»72143  Searcy, White, Arkansas Born: «tab»6 Sep 1916 Died: «tab»16 Apr 2008 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Arkansas (1951)

[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.

[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

[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

[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

[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)

[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

[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

[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

[NI1800] Name:    William Preston Nuckolls City:    Not Stated  County:    White  S tate:    Arkansas Birth Date:    11 Mar 1886  Race:    White  Roll:    1530656 Sept 12 1918 William Preston Nuckolls res White Co, Walker, AR Age 33 born Mar 11 1886 Self emp farmer Nearest relative Willie Nuckolls Med height, brn eyes, brn hair 1930 White Co, Walker, AR William P Nuckolls 44 1885 Tennessee  Head  White  Walker, White, AR   193 0 Willie N Nuckolls 38 1891    Wife     Walker, White, AR Ruby V Nuckolls 18 1911    Daughter     Walker, White, AR U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: William Preston Nuckolls Birth Date: 11 Mar 1886 age 56 Residence: White, Arkansas, Higginson Birth: Bolivar, Tennessee Race: White Roll: WW2_2283056 Notify-Mrs Willie Nuckolls Emp-Farmer,. self

[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

[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

[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 most ably 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

[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 11/1/184 1.  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

[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

[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 Ounty 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

[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

[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.

[NI1931] In Ballard Co, KY 1860 was an Oscar F Nuckols, age 28, lawyer. Relation n ot known Poss son by a former wife? 1850 Ballard County KY census, page 302, dwelling number 744, J.B. Knuckles, age 39, b. VA, with a wife and children, one of whom was J ohn Knuckles, age 11. This might be the one. The census was taken on Sep t. 12, 1850 in Lovelaceville, KY. The wife was Harriet, 23, and the oth er children were Joseph, 3, Sarah, 1, James 13, and Nancy Colter, 10. My g uess is that Nancy was a younger sister of Harriet 1860 Ballard Co, KY Slave Schedules 23 Female Black John B Nuckolls Lovelaceville, Ballard, Kentucky 2 Male Black John B Nuckolls Lovelaceville, Ballard, Kentucky 1 Male Black John B Nuckolls Lovelaceville, Ballard, Kentucky

[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 –   Danny (b/d 1984) Nuckolls –   Ada (b1881,d1975), George (b1918, d1982), George (b1843,d1935), James (b1868,d1943), Lucy (b1846,d1920) Nuckols –   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).

[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

[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

[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

[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

[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)

[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.

[DI2034] OBITUARY: March 31, 2012 Evelyn Michael Baxter Dalton Daily Citizen DALTON — Evelyn Michael Baxter, 86, of Tunnel Hill, passed away Friday, March 30, 2012, at her residence. She was preceded in death by her husband, James "Sally" Baxter; and brothers, J.M., Frank and A Michael. Ms. Baxter was born Oct. 13, 1925, in Whitfield County and was the daughter of John Manson and Vinnie Michael. She was a member of Rocky Face Baptist Church. Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Judy and Butch Middleton of Tunnel Hill; son and daughter-in-law, Larry and Carolyn Baxter of Rocky Face; a sister, Martha Edna Ridley of Rocky Face; brothers and sisters-in-law, Oscar and Betty Lynn Michael of Rocky Face, and Willard and Barbara Michael of Baton Rouge, La.; sisters-in-law, Mary Sue Michael, Doris Masters; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Davis and Eloise Baxter; grandchildren, Todd and Haley Middleton, Wendy and Bryon Bennett, Tara and Les Hudson, Matt and Elizabeth Baxter, and Jamey and Erin Middleton; great grandchildren, Shelby, Brady, Sydney, Sami, Grant, Molly, Harrison, Avery, Titus, Cooper, Kate and Dylen; several nieces and nephews. A funeral to honor the life of Ms. Baxter will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the Westside Chapel of Julian Peeples Funeral Home with the Rev. Oscar Michael, the Rev. Matt Baxter and the Rev. Van Smith officiating. Burial will be in West Hill Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the Westside Chapel of Julian Peeples Funeral Home Monday from 5 until 9 p.m.

[NI2036] pouse:   Mary Sue Michael (1932 - ____)*   Children:   David Allen Michael (1953 - 2000)*

[DI2036] Georgia Deaths, 1919-98 about A Michael Name: «tab»A Michael «tab» Death Date: «tab»19 Dec 1994 County of Death: «tab»Whitfield Gender: «tab»M (Male) Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»64 Years County of Residence: «tab»Whitfield Certificate: «tab»052421 Date Filed: «tab»20 Dec 1994

[NI2043] I have no proof of his parents but I believe this is probably a child of John Milton and Nancy (Bates) Nuckolls mainly because of the location.    I was going through some old quarterlies "Southern Roots & Shoots" by the Delta Genealogical Society and found the following taken from "The Walker County Georgia Messenger" beginning Sept. 16, 1880. Issue December 15, 1887 Gordon Springs, Georgia The saw mill at the ford of the creek below Rev. J.J.S. Calloway's is at w ork and I suppose doing a good business.  Last Wednesday evening Mr. Fra nk Nuckolls, one of the hands, came very near getting killed.  He was bear ing off lumber when he finished sawing a log and had the trucks ready to m ove off.  Mr. Nuckolls was pushing them when his foot slipped against t he saw and it running, the saw caught his boot and threw him against the o pening wheel, breaking his leg and sawing his foot pretty badly.  I learn ed today that he is doing very well. Issue July 12, 1888 Gordon Springs, Georgia We had a right good singing at Friendship yesterday, Sunday, conduct ed by L.W. Nuckolls.  Mr Nuckolls said that the Friendship and Salem cro wd had been behind in singing and he thought that we ought to redeem ourse lves, especially for order and attention. (Sent by Reita Childers NWK Member) 1/2004

[HI2047] (Research):Reita Childers research 3/8/2000 My Grandmother left a family record stating that her father was the son of Icy Nuckolls. No father is listed in the book. My granny was Four when Icy died. In all Cenus Records 1910- 1930 John and William are listed with the last name Nuckolls which they also used as their last name. In no documents can I find them using the last name Morris. Thier Brother Hugh's Last name was originally Norris (1900 Cenus living with Grandparents). Could it be that the marriage listing you have for a I. Nuckolls and William Norris May 26, 1890 in Walker County GA is Icy's Husband and the father of Hugh. A Nuckolls family came into the Historical Society today trying to find Iscy (he spelled it) Nuckolls.  His grandfather was Hugh Nuckolls.  My first thought since they were from Whit field Co. that it had to be a child of John Milton Nuckolls and one of his three wives children. got out my old family group records and found Sus an (Isaydee?) Nuckolls who married a William Morris and they had a son, Hugh Morris.  In our book on page 298 very top of the page is Susan Icadonia Nuckolls d/o John M. Nuckolls and first wife, Nancy Bates. The researcher said Isaydee has three boys Hugh, Willie (short for William) and Johnnie I suppost for John.  He knew nothing about the Morris marriage, interesting!  She could have married twice. Anyway just thought you would like to keep this on file somewhere.  More research would have to be done to prove all this but I believe Susan Icadonia will be the Islaydee or Isy Nuckolls.

[NI2048] pigeonforge2002@yahoo.com hi my name is shirley mcwhorter and lee nuckolls was my grandmother and I 'm trying to learn more about her,she married andrew mckeehan,her father a nd mother was John and Betty Nuckolls.can you help me with this? thank y ou for any help.Shirley mcwhorter Name: Lee Mckeehan Death Date: 02 Dec 1951 County of Death: Whitfield Gender: F Race: W Age: 78 years County of Residence: Whitfld Certificate: 29725

[NI2049] 1910 household has nephew Sam Houston age 18

[NI2051] 1920 Census, wife name is Roseanna age 37 1930 Census wife name is Nellie age 47 1930 Census has George W Roland, stepson age 15 and Evelyn Rowland step dau age 12

[DI2051] Name: John W Nuckolls Death Date: 06 Jan 1936 County of Death: Whitfield Certificate: 2554

[NI2052] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Born 5-6-1880 Res Rocky Face, Ga Self Emp farmer Wife Maggie, same address Med height, med build, Blue eyes, ___hair Singed James Alex Nuckolls, Whitfield Co, GA

[NI2055] Never married. Had a farm and mules. His niece Catherine has one of his wa lking canes.

[NI2060] Informant on his mothers death cert 1925

[NI2064] Moved to Plant City, Florida and raised four sons

[NI2069] ???? Annie Nuckolls Birth: «tab»Sep. 1, 1879 Death: «tab»Nov. 20, 1928 Burial: Sugar Valley Baptist Church Cemetery Sugar Valley Gordon County Georgia, USA Created by: dgresh Record added: Dec 20, 2011 Find A Grave Memorial# 82201284

[DI2070] Name: «tab»N. B. Nuckolls Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»21 Feb 1920 Event Place: «tab»East Lake, Hamilton, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab»Married Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab» Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»23 Jan 1889 Birthplace: «tab»Ga. Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Frank Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ga. Mother: «tab»Addie Richardson Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ga. Occupation: «tab»Mechanic Street Address: «tab»4407 Ave. G. St. Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Forrest Hills Cem. Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab».... Informant: «tab»Mrs N B Nuckolls 4407 Ave G, East Lake Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184003 Image Number: «tab»712 Film Number: «tab»1299717 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»v 23 cn 152

[XI2070] SECTION E «tab»217 «tab»SE

[DI2072] Name: «tab»Barbara June Elmore Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»14 Jan 1944 Event Place: «tab»Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab»Single Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab» Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»14 May 1933 Birthplace: «tab»Chattanooga, Tenn. Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Eugene Elmore Father's Birthplace: «tab»Kentucky Mother: «tab»Clarice Freeman Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Georgia Occupation: «tab» Street Address: «tab»4409 East 7th Ave. Residence: «tab»Chattannoga, Hamilton, Tenn. Cemetery: «tab»Forest Hill Burial Place: «tab»Chatt. Burial Date: «tab»16 Jun 1944 Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184885 Image Number: «tab»877 Film Number: «tab»2137343 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»772 Source Citation "Tennessee, Death Records, 1914-1955," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NSFL-K4B : accessed 8 July 2012), Eugene Elmore in entry for Barbara June Elmore, 1944.

[XI2072] ELMORE «tab»WM. EUGENE «tab»10/21/1948 «tab»Interment «tab»SECTION E «tab»217 «tab»SE-+ ELMORE «tab»BARBARA JUNE «tab»01/16/1944 «tab»Interment «tab»SECTION E «tab»217 «tab»SE-+ ELMORE «tab»MARGARET «tab»03/31/1955 «tab»Interment «tab»SECTION E «tab»217 «tab»SE-+

[DI2080] Name:  «tab»Kisiah I Nuckolls Death Date: «tab»15 Jun 1950 County of Death: «tab»Chattooga Gender: «tab»F Race: «tab»W Age: «tab»79 years County of Residence: «tab»Chatog Certificate: «tab»12348

[NI2081] Sartain, James Alfred, History of Walker County, Georgia Dalton, Ga.: A. J. Showalter Co., 1932, 569  pgs.  pg 291 Anderson L Nuckols

[DI2081] Name:    Anderson L Nuckolls Death Date:    20 Mar 1970 County of Death:    Walker Gender:    M Race:    W Age:    77 years County of Residence:    Walker Certificate:    011144

[NI2082] History of Walker Co, GA pg291 A J Showalter Co 1932 Milton F Nuchols named County Coroner  pg299 Name:    Milton F Nuckalls City:    Not Stated  County:    Walker  Stat e:    Georgia Birthplace:    Georgia;United States of America  Birth Date:    Jul 3 18 94  Race:    Caucasian Roll:    1558655 June 5 1917Milton F Nuckolls, res Villanow, GA Age 22 born July 3 1894 Villanow, GA Single, self emp farmer Med height, med build, grey eyes, brn hair Chattanooga National Cemetery Chattanooga, Hamilton County,   TN   Nuckolls, Erma R, b. 07/10/1893, d.   12/19/1978, Wife of Milton F La st known address: 1200 Bailey Avenue Chattanooga   , TN 37404 Interment Da te: 20 Dec 1978 Buried At: Section Bb Site 533  (nee   Hayden)   Nuckolls, Milton F, b. 07/03/1894,  D   10/1/1960 Veteran Service Sta rt Date: 23 Apr 1919 Veteran Service End Date:   22 Apr 1920 Rank: CPL M ED DEPT DETACHMENT CARLSTROM FIELD, ARCADIA, FL,    Branch: US Army Last k nown address: 1200 Bailey Avenue Chattanooga   , TN 37404 Interment Dat e: 4 Oct 1960 Cemetary: Chattanooga National Cemetery   Buried At: Secti on Bb Site 534 CPL (1930 Chattanooga TN Census) 1930 Hamilton Co, Chatanooga, TN 4/15/1930        Milton F Nuckolls, 36 GA GA GA md 21        Erma, wife, 34, TN TN TN md 26        Mollie Hayden, mother in law, 55, TN TN TN widow, md 21 Neighbor, relationship not known, should be a brother as he was also bo rn in GA 1930 Hamilton Co, Chatanooga, TN 4/15/1930         William A Nuckolls, head, 27, GA TN TN md 23      Maud S, wife, 25, GA md 21

[NI2085] 1910 census named Judson age 8 Poss the William Nuckolls who had a child Minnie Frances born 11/19/1923 and died 2/5/1926 in Whitfield Co, Dalton, GA. On death cert named father Will Nuchols and mother Claudia S Morris or Morrow. Also infant   born and died 11/7/1924. This is consistant with his marriage to Maude in 1925. Claudia may have died in childbirth.

[HI2085] (Research):Name:  «tab»William Nuckolls SSN: «tab»410-10-1374 Last Residence: «tab»60514  Clarendon Hills, Du Page, Illinois, United States of America Born: «tab»8 May 1902 Died: «tab»Nov 1969 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Tennessee (Before 1951 )

[NI2087] Name: Daniel C Nuckolls Death Date: 24 Jun 1988 County of Death: Catoosa Gender: M Race: W Age: 81 years County of Residence: Walker Certificate: 027177 Date Filed: 12 Jul 1988 Name: Dan Nuckolls SSN: 252-14-6909 Last Residence: 30728  La Fayette, Walker, Georgia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 29 Jun 1906 Died: 24 Jun 1988 State (Year) SSN issued: Georgia (Before 1951

[NI2094] Subject: KFY: VITALS: Death Cert, DeMoss, 1926 - Hopkins Co Birth Cert Vol110 #54611 shows DOB 11/4/1926 County - Hopkins City - St. Charles Name - Dotty L. DeMoss Female/White/Single Date of Birth, Nov. 4, 1926, Ky Father - Sam. DeMoss, b. Ky Mother - Virginia Nuckols b., KY Informant - Virginia DeMoss, St. Charles, Ky Date of death - Oct. 31. 1926 (makes no sense with birthdate) Cause of Death - Stillborn Burial - St. Charles, Ky, Nov. 4, 1926 Cert# 28084

[NI2096] Name: Mattie M Nuckolls Death Date: 21 Mar 1986 County of Death: Catoosa Gender: F Race: W Age: ?? years County of Residence: ?? Certificate: 010052 Date Filed: 31 Mar 1986 Name: Mattie Nuckolls SSN: 253-09-9931 Last Residence: 30728  La Fayette, Walker, Georgia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 12 Dec 1910 Last Benefit: 30728  La Fayette, Walker, Georgia, United States of Ameri ca Died: Mar 1986 State (Year) SSN issued: Georgia (Before 1951 )

[NI2098] Adopted by his grandparents 1930 Whitfield Co, Dialton, GA Hugh Nuckolls 35, b GA md age 26 Bessie, wife, 26 md age 15 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Born 7-10-1895  ( Hugh Harris Nuckolls) Born Walker Co, GA Sawmill laborer for J O Garder Single, w/ dependent mother and brothers Claims exemption for withered right arm Med height, slender build, grey eyes, brn hair Singed with his mark (x) Hugh Harris Nuckolls

[NI2099] Walker Co, GA marriage records show last name as McKinn Father: John MCKEEHAN b. Dec 1827 in ,,TN,USA Mother: Lodicea "Lodisky" b. 1834 in ,,GA,USA Laura PANGLE (Wife)#1 b. 1870 in Trenton,Dade,GA,USA Marriage: 18 May 1889 in ,Whitfield,GA,USA

[NI2112] copies of old newspapers, 1881, concerning Anna (Annie) Cleghorn Nuckoll s.    Baptist.  Died 17th September 1922.  She had four children liste d.  Clarence, Emlie B, Lillie Belle and Joel of Chatanooga TN.  She was bu ried in Friendship Church in Walker, GA.

[NI2113] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Born 8-31-1898 lives in Rocky Face, GA farmer, works for father, next of Kin John William Nuckolls 1920 Hall Co, Gainsville, GA       E R Barrett, 63, head     Effie, wife, 47    Claud R, son, 27     Clarence Nuckols, nephew 22, single GA GA GA

[NI2125] Name:    John M. Nuckolls SSN:    419-26-9830 Last Residence:    30755  Tunnel Hill, Whitfield, Georgia Born:    25 Sep 1923 Last Benefit:    30755  Tunnel Hill, Whitfield, Georgia Died:    7 Oct 2004 State (Year) SSN issued:    Alabama (Before 1951 ) The Daily Citizen 10-7-2004 Dalton, GA John Nuckolls, 81, of Tunnel Hill died Thursday, Oct. 7, 2004, at Hamilt on Medical Center. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Marie Watki ns Nuckolls and his parents, Charles Clarence and Mary Lucille Nuckolls. S urvivors include his wife, Martha Due Nuckolls of Tunnel Hill; sons and da ughter in law, Mike and Joyce Nuckolls of Cohutta; and Milton Nuckol ls of Tunnel Hill, daughters and son in law Gail and Leroy Gossett of Dalt on, Carole and Nathan Vanhooser of Tunnel Hill, Pam and Billy Bearden of D alton, Beth and Lloyd McCutcheon of Tunnel Hill,  Jill and Dean Clegho rn of Villanow; brothers and sisters in law, Lamont and Veda Nuckolls of T unnel Hill, and Denton and Al Nuckolls of Tunnel Hill; sisters and brothe rs in law Mildred and Russell Kimel of Clemmons, NC and Katheryn Middlet on of Dalton, 16 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren. Funeral serivices w ill be conducted at 11 am Saturday Oct 9th from the chapel of Jones Funer al Home of Tunnel Hill with Revs Jim Dykes and Fred Johnson officiating. B urila will be in Griffin Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5 PM - 8PM on Friday Oct 8th. Jones Funeral Home of Tunnel Hill in char ge of funeral arrangements. www.northwestgeorgia.com/articles/2004/10/07/obituaries/obits05.txt Email: cheryltanner@daltoncitizen.com request full obit 12/12/2004

[NI2137] 1930 Hamilton Co, Chatanooga, TN 4/15/1930 Joe D Nuckolls, head, 29, GA GA TX md 23        Eva G, wife, 29, GA GA GA md 23        RObert W, son, 3y11m TN        Paul E, son, 3m TN

[NI2152] Family researcher MICHAEL R BABB 407 Jennifer Court Dalton, Georgia 30721-5046 http://babb.accessgenealogy.com/ mike@doctorstrange.net

[NI2154] Name:    James L Nuckolls Death Date:    20 Jul 1972 County of Death:    Whitfield Gender:    M Race:    W Age:    62 years County of Residence:    Whitfield Certificate:    031996

[NI2156] The Daily Citizen 2/5/2003 Mr Earl Nuckolls, 88 of Dalton died Monday Feb 3rd 2003 at Hamilton Medic al Center. A graduate of Berry College, he pastored the following church es in the North georgia Baptist Association; New Hope Baptist Church, Tunn ell Hill Baptist Church and the Hill City Baptist Church in the Gordon Cou nty Baptist Association. He was moderator of the Gordon County Baptist Ass ociation in the 1960's. He is a retired teacher with 31 years experien ce in Whitfield and Gordon County school. He taught in the following schoo ls: Westside, Valley Point and Resaca. He is a member of First Baptist Chu rch, Dalton, the Scrap Iron Sunday School class, Georgia retired Teacher 's Association and the Dalton-Whitfield Retired Teachers. He was ordain ed as a deacon and also into the gospel ministry at Mill Creek Baptist Chu rch, Rocky Face. In May 2002 he was entered into the Valley Point Alumni A ssociation Hall of Fame, having graduated Valley point in 1935 and taug ht there for 21 years. Earl Nuckolls was born Nov 4, 1914 in Whitfield Cou nty. He grew up in the Mill Creek community, the son of the late james A " Jim" and Margaret "Maggie" Babb Nuckolls. He was preceded in death by brot hers, William Truman and james Luther Nuckolls; sisters Viola Cantrell a nd Sue Wells. Survivors include his wife Grace Kirby Nuckolls; sons and wi ves, Dr Frank and Joy Nuckolls of Tyrone, Alan and Cheryl Nuckolls of Roc ky Face; grandsons Andrew Nuckolls, Rocky Face and David Nuckolls of Tyron e; special nieces, Brenda Wells Shull of Columbia SC, Margaret Newton of L afayette, Melba Yoder of Lafayette and other nieces and nephews; sister-in -law and brother-in-law, the Rev and Mrs Ted (Sue) Page of Statesboro. Ser vices are Thursday at 11 a.m. at the First Baptist Church with the Rev Geo rge Ross, Dr Frank Nuckolls and Dr Charlie Bridges officiating. The fami ly will receive friends today at Love Funeral Home from 5 to 9 p.m. Flowe rs will be accepted or contributions may be made to the North Georgia Bapt ist Association Building Fund, P O Box 4389, Dalton, GA 30721 or to the Go rdon County Baptist Association 373 Morrow Bld, SE Calhoun, GA 30701. Lo ve Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

[XI2160] On her tombstone " She welcomed death as the fruition of her eternal hopes ." Buried in Shady Grove Cemetery near Cummings GA.

[NI2161] The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta Georgia 29 December 1882 Georgia Gossip- Cumming Clarion- We regret to learn of the fearful accide nt which happened to the seven year old boy of Mr Truman L Nuckols last Fr iday evening. He was at the cotton gin, and when quitting time cam e, it is supposed that he, being at the press, which is operated by a ban d, undertook to throw it, and in that way was caught and most fearfully in jured by its rapid revolutions. His eyebrows were closely shaven, the rig ht side of his head cut into jelly, and his scull bone, just above his le ft eye badly fractured. Drs Walker and Strickland skillfully dressed the w ounds and entertain a hope of recovery for the little sufferer. The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta  Georgia  29 September 1903  Turman L Nuckolls, Cumming, GA- One of the most prominent and well-to- do citizens of the county died yesterday afternoon in the presence of a gr eat throng of people. He was sick only four or five days. His death will p rove a great loss to Forsyth County.

[DI2163] Mamie A N Benson, "Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998" Name: «tab»Mamie A N Benson Event Type: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»04 Jun 1969 Event Place: «tab»Forsyth, Georgia Registration Date: «tab» District/Parish/County: «tab»Forsyth Gender: «tab»Female Age: «tab»84 Race: «tab»W Birth Year (Estimated): «tab»1885 Record Type: «tab» Certificate Number: «tab»019435

[DI2164] Arthur C Benson, "Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998" Name: «tab»Arthur C Benson Event Type: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»23 Aug 1966 Event Place: «tab»Fulton, Georgia Registration Date: «tab» District/Parish/County: «tab»Forsyth Gender: «tab»Male Age: «tab»84 Race: «tab»W Birth Year (Estimated): «tab»1882 Record Type: «tab» Certificate Number: «tab»024753

[DI2166] Helen Fowler, "Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998" Name: «tab»Helen Fowler Event Type: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»23 Jul 1981 Event Place: «tab»Forsyth, Georgia Registration Date: «tab»05 Aug 1981 District/Parish/County: «tab»Forsyth Gender: «tab»Female Age: «tab»72 Race: «tab»W Birth Year (Estimated): «tab»1909 Record Type: «tab» Certificate Number: «tab»025959 U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current about Helen Fowler Name: «tab»Helen Fowler «tab» SSN: «tab»257-34-2708 Last Residence: «tab»94087  Sunnyvale, Santa Clara, California, USA Born: «tab»25 Jul 1908 Died: «tab»Aug 1981 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Georgia (Before 1951

[DI2167] Claude B Benson, "Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998" Name: «tab»Claude B Benson Event Type: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»06 Aug 1973 Event Place: «tab»Fulton, Georgia Registration Date: «tab» District/Parish/County: «tab»Forsyth Gender: «tab»Male Age: «tab»62 Race: «tab»W Birth Year (Estimated): «tab»1911 Record Type: «tab» Certificate Number: «tab»030156

[DI2168] Evelyn B Merritt, "Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998" Name: «tab»Evelyn B Merritt Event Type: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»15 Feb 1955 Event Place: «tab»DeKalb, Georgia Registration Date: «tab» District/Parish/County: «tab»Forsyth Gender: «tab»Female Age: «tab»39 Race: «tab»W Birth Year (Estimated): «tab»1916 Record Type: «tab» Certificate Number: «tab»02986

[DI2171] U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current about George Truman Benson Name: «tab»George Truman Benson «tab» Last Residence: «tab»30040  Cumming, Forsyth, Georgia, USA Born: «tab»27 Oct 1922 Died: «tab»1 Nov 2010 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Georgia (Before 1951)

[DI2173] U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current about Kenneth M. Nuckols Name: «tab»Kenneth M. Nuckols «tab» Born: «tab»27 Feb 1953 Died: «tab»20 Apr 2004 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Alabama (1971)

[DI2174] Pamela Sue Sword, 57, of Printer, died Monday August 12, 2013 in Ashland. She was born January 8, 1956 to John Nuckols and the late Callie Nuckols and stepmother Judy Nuckols. She was the wife of Curtis Sword, and worked at the laundry mat.She was preceded in death by one brother: Kenny Nuckols.She is survived by four sons: Curtis Wayne (Jani) Sword of Greenwich, Ohio, Christopher Shane (Kathy) Sword of Martin, Benny Dale Sword and Richard Allen (Crystal) Sword both of Printer; one sister: Shirley Beard of Ala.; two half sisters: Tina Earnest & Dana Treadway and ten grandchildren: Taylor, Lexie, Ryan, Kelly, Shana, Richie, April, Zack, Christopher and Elizabeth.Funeral services will be held Friday August 16, 2013 11:00 a.m. at Nelson Frazier Funeral Home in martin with Abe Howell officiating. Burial will follow the service at the Dye Family Cemetery in McDowell.Nelson Frazier Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

[NI2180] The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta  Georgia  29 December 1882 Georgia Gossip- Cumming Clarion- We regret to learn of the fearful accide nt which happened to the seven year old boy of Mr Truman L Nuckols last Fr iday evening. He was at the cotton gin, and when quitting time cam e, it is supposed that he, being at the press, which is operated by a ban d, undertook to throw it, and in that way was caught and most fearfully in jured by its rapid revolutions. His eyebrows were closely shaven, the rig ht side of his head cut into jelly, and his scull bone, just above his le ft eye badly fractured. Drs Walker and Strickland skillfully dressed the w ounds and entertain a hope of recovery for the little sufferer.

[DI2198] Clara M Reinero, "Georgia, Death Index, 1933-1998" Name: «tab»Clara M Reinero Event Type: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»09 Sep 1984 Event Place: «tab»Fulton, Georgia Registration Date: «tab»14 Sep 1984 District/Parish/County: «tab»Cobb Gender: «tab»Female Age: «tab»83 Race: «tab»W Birth Year (Estimated): «tab»1901 Record Type: «tab» Certificate Number: «tab»031091

[DI2200] Name: «tab»Truman G Allen ????????????????????? Event Type: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»12 Feb 1965 Event Place: «tab»DeKalb, Georgia Registration Date: «tab» District/Parish/County: «tab»DeKalb Gender: «tab»Male Age: «tab»62 Race: «tab»W Birth Year (Estimated): «tab»1903 Record Type: «tab» Certificate Number: «tab»001912

[DI2202] NUCKOLS, DOROTHY BELLE MACKEY, of Louisville, passed away of congestive heart failure Tuesday, August 20, 2013 at Baptist Health.Born June 23, 1940 in Anderson County, she grew up in Simpsonville and graduated from Simpsonville High School in 1959. Dorothy attended Spencerian College and graduated from secretarial school. She worked at Sears, Baptist Building, Farm Bureau and retired from Landmark in Shelbyville after 18 years. Dorothy married Frank Nuckols, April 3, 1965 and had a son, John William Nuckols who was born January 7, 1969. She had a special granddaughter that she enjoyed taking care of, Meagan Nichole Nuckols, born August 10, 1993.She was preceded in death by her parents, William and Edith Mackey; and brother, Raymond Mackey.Dorothy is survived by her loving husband of 48 years, Frank Nuckols; son, John Nuckols (Trish Aslin); granddaughter, Meagan Nichole Nuckols Woford (Calvin); sisters, Viola Poe and Carolyn Eades; niece, Teresa Hulette; nephew, Darrell Eades; five great-nephews and one great-niece.She also enjoyed family and friends, fishing, UK basketball, especially God and church.Her funeral service will be 11 a.m. Saturday, August 24, 2013 at St. Matthews Baptist Church, 3515 Grandview Ave. with burial to follow in Cave Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be 1-8 p.m. Thursday and Friday at Highlands Family-Owned Funeral Home, 3331 Taylorsville Road.Expressions of sympathy may be made to St. Matthews Baptist Church or the American Heart Association Published in The Courier-Journal from August 22 to August 24, 2013

[NI2204] Married first Name: «tab»Robert M. Montgomery Spouse's Name: «tab»Laura Edmonds Spouse's Birth Date: «tab» Spouse's Birthplace: «tab» Spouse's Age: «tab» Event Date: «tab»27 Oct 1897 Event Place: «tab», Forsyth, Georgia

[DI2204] Name: «tab»Robert M Montgomery Event Type: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»05 Nov 1953 Event Place: «tab»Hall, Georgia Registration Date: «tab» District/Parish/County: «tab»Hall Gender: «tab»Male Age: «tab»86 Race: «tab»W Birth Year (Estimated): «tab»1867 Record Type: «tab» Certificate Number: «tab»30040

[DI2205] Name: «tab»Mary S Pirkle Event Type: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»08 May 1989 Event Place: «tab»Hall, Georgia Registration Date: «tab»17 May 1989 District/Parish/County: «tab»Hall Gender: «tab»Female Age: «tab»83 Race: «tab»W Birth Year (Estimated): «tab»1906 Record Type: «tab» Certificate Number: «tab»020152

[DI2209] Name: «tab»Polly M Robertson Event Type: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»29 Apr 1982 Event Place: «tab»Hall, Georgia Registration Date: «tab»04 May 1982 District/Parish/County: «tab»Hall Gender: «tab»Female Age: «tab»72 Race: «tab»W Birth Year (Estimated): «tab»1910 Record Type: «tab» Certificate Number: «tab»013598

[DI2211] U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current about Faye Wallace Name: «tab»Faye Wallace «tab» SSN: «tab»258-10-3481 Last Residence: «tab»30240  LaGrange, Troup, Georgia, USA Born: «tab»1 Sep 1916 Last Benefit: «tab»30240  LaGrange, Troup, Georgia,  Died: «tab»Jan 1978 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Georgia (Before 1951)

[NI2213] Mother Laura Edmonds

[DI2216] Micheal Alexander Johnson, 2-month-old infant son of Sammy and April Brock Johnson, died Monday, Aug. 19, 2013, in Louisville. Besides his parents he is also survived by his twin brother, Caleb Mathew Johnson; sister, Angelica Charlene Johnson; brother, Christopher Samuel Johnson; grandparents, Wayne and Connie Johnson; Arthur Jr. and Lena Brock; great-grandfather, Arthur Brock Sr., all of Waddy; Lige Knuckles, Harlan, Doug and Louise Butts of Smithfield, and Gerald Groves of Shelbyville. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Thursday at the Shannon Funeral Home. Visitation will be 3-8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Burial will be in Grove Hill Cemetery. Published in The Sentinel-News from August 20 to August 27, 2013

[NI2218] Children of Alice from JANDCHORN@aol.com

[NI2219] Another wife of Ira named Lela Hale found on WFT Vol 50 # 2168. Also Ira 's siblings on this CD

[NI2223] The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta  Georgia  19 October 1886 Columbus Chroni cles-Mrs J A Nuckolls died at her home near Crawford, Alabama, the latt er part of last week.

[NI2224] Lived with Terrissa Emma Smith Nuckolls and Nathaniel and Laura Nuckolls a fter his mother died. Occupation was a letter carrier when he registered for the draft in 1917 a ccording to "The History of Forsyth County, GA Vol II" by Garland C. Bagle y. Name:    Major A Nuckolls Death Date:    29 Jun 1976 County of Death:    Stephens Gender:    M Race:    W Age:    91 years County of Residence:    Hall Certificate:    021434 Name:    Major Alexander Nuckolls City:    Not Stated County:    Forsyth State:    Georgia Birth Date:    Jun 5 1885 Race:    White Roll:    1557065 DraftBoard:    0 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 (Sept 12, 1918)       Ma or Alexander Nuckolls living in Forsyth Co, Cummins, GABorn 6-5-1885, a ge 33, next of kin Mrs Eshter Sue NuckollsOcc- Postal Letter Carrier, m ed height, med build, blue eyes, lt brn hair

[XI2224] Alta Vista Cemetery

[NI2225] Marriage Record- County Record Books, Bk G pg 225. Married 2/1/1904 J S Barnett, Mrs Marietta Nuckols

[DI2225] Mrs. Barnett"s tombstone is so faded it reads:     "Our Darling      M. G. Barnett      July 15, 1870      March 30, 1941"

[NI2226] 1920 Forsyth Co, Bells, GA ED 53       Joe S Barnett? head,59       Irene? , dau, 15, GA       Winnie, dau, 12     Maude Nuckolls, 38, step dau. Name: Maude G Burnett Death Date: 16 Mar 1989 County of Death: Cobb Gender: F Race: W Age: 98 years County of Residence: Cobb Certificate: 010858 Date Filed: 03 Apr 1989

[NI2228] 1920 United States Federal Census Record Name: May Hansard Age: 19 years Estimated birth year: abt 1901 Birthplace: Georgia Race: White Home in 1920: Cates, Gwinnett, Georgia Sex: Female Marital status: Married Relation to Head of House: Wife Able to read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Mother's Birth Place: Georgia Father's Birth Place: Georgia

[NI2229] Appears in First Virginia Nuckolsl and Kindred Book II on page 444 wi th no descendants. This is the family of Mark Knuckles who who administrat or for the Newlsetter mailing list. (Since he did not know how to spell his name it became Clifford Burse Knu ckles) Family member still living says he changed the spelling to Knuckles. The s tory of the spelling was when he married Thelma, she did not know how to s pell it, so she spelled it Knuckles. They are the only one in this fami ly that spelled it this way. By Joan Ann Nuckolls Cliff and his son "CB" owned operated the "County Line Dairy" serving cust omers in the East Atlanta and Grant Park areas of Atlanta including the ar ea where Turner Field now stands.  The dairy was sold in 1957

[NI2230] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918        Born 10-5-1898, liv es Atlanta, farmer working for W Winglin, next of kin       Miss Maud Nuck olls Georgia Deaths 1914-1927 Name : Truman S. Nuckels Death date : 29 Jun 1919 Estimated death year : Age at death : 21 years Death place : Atlanta, Fulton, Georgia, United States Birth date : Estimated birth year : 1898 Birth place : Georgia Gender : Male Marital status : Race (Term on Certificate) : White Race : White Ethnicity : American Spouse name : Spouse titles : Father name : Alex. Nuckels Father titles : Mother name : May Martin Mother titles : GSU film number : 2294795 Digital GS number : 4176525 Image number : 00385 Certificate number : 7653

[NI2231] 1900 Census says born 5/1899 age 1 yr Informant on brother Truman Death cert 1919 lived 231 Confederate Blvd, At lanta

[NI2232] 1920 Gwinnett Co, Gates, GA  Jan 1920 John D Hansord, head, 51 GA Lizzie, wife, 44 GA Cl----? , son, 15 Allie, dau, 12 Oma, dau, 10 Oby , dau, 6 John D, son, 3y5m Amos Hansord, head,  18 May, wife, 19 Georgia Deaths, 1919-98 Record Name: Amos J. Hansard Death Date: 11 Nov 1926 County of Death: Forsyth Certificate: 26833-H

[NI2239] Remarried to Annie M about 1892 and had children Mary b 4/1894, Bell bo rn March 1895, Jery born March 1897 and Hattie born June 1899

[NI2243] Nathaniel Burruss Nuckolls was the foreman of the grand jury that indict ed the persons accused of the rape of the white girl in Forsyth County.  T he events surrounding the crime and trial led to the removal of blacks fr om Forsyth County in early 1900. This family line from Carolyn Baker, Society Member 2604 Nuckolls Rd., Cum ming, GA 30041-5995 The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta Georgia 14 October 1897 Judge Passes Sentence- (Bender Convicted) Among the 12 jurors,,,,Nathani el B Nuckolls Name:    N B Nuckolls Death Date:    12 Oct 1951 County of Death:    Forsyth Gender:    M Race:    W Age:    84 years County of Residence:    Forsyth Certificate:    22845

[NI2244] Name:    Laura P Nuckolls Death Date:    03 Jan 1947 County of Death:    Hall Gender:    F Race:    W Age:    71 years County of Residence:    Hall Certificate:    1133

[NI2245] The Washington Post Washington District Of Columbia 21 July 1917 Candidates for Shriners Temple-Clarence Brown Nuckols Enlisted in WWI US Army Inf. 29th Co COTS Discharged Nov 20 1918 Camp Gord on GA.Changed the spelling of his name from Nuckolls to Nuckols after leav ing his parents home. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Born 8-21-1897       lives 58 Green, Gainsville GA, workd at John McConne ll Co, next of kin N       B Nuckols, Cummins, GA The Washington Post Washington  District Of Columbia  21 July 1917 Candidates for Shriners Temple-Clarence Brown Nuckols 1920 Hall Co, Gainsville, GA         E R Barrett, 63, head         Effie, wife, 47         Claud R, son, 27        Clarence Nuckols, nephew 22, single GA GA GA St. Petersburg Times (FL) - August 16, 1994 Deceased Name: NUCKOLS, CLARENCE BROWN SR. NUCKOLS, CLARENCE BROWN SR., 96, of Plant City, died Monday (Aug. 15, 199 4) at Plant City Health Care Center. He was born in Cumming, Ga., and w as a longtime Plant City resident. He was owner of a Gulf Oil dealersh ip in Plant City for more than 40 years. He was a member of First Presbyte rian Church. Survivors include a brother, Minor Nuckols, Cumming; a grandd aughter, Merrin Sweeney Lowe, Charlotte, N.C.; and two great-grandchildre n. Wells Memorial Funeral Home, Plant City.

[NI2252] Changed the spelling of his name from Nuckolls to Nuckols after leaving h is parents home.

[DI2252] he Greenville News (SC) - Saturday, November 28, 1981 WESTMINSTER, SC - Clyde Sanford Nuckolls, 78, of 203 Isundega Street, died Thursday. Was a native of Forsyth County, Georgia, son of the late Nathaniel Burrus and Laura Brown Nuckolls. He was a retired shoe repairman, a former Town Councilman and a former member of The Commission of Public Works for the town of Westminster. He was a member of the Westminster Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, Gladys Henderson Nuckolls of the home; a son J. N. Nuckolls of Easley; a daughter Mrs. Roy Strickland of Westminster; 3 brothers C. D. Nuckolls of Plant City, Florida; Minor and Truman Nuckolls of Cumming, Georgia; 2 sisters, Mrs. Clay Freeman and Mrs. Mercer Williams of Cumming, Georgia; 7 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild. Funeral services will be 3 PM Saturday from the Chapel of Sandifer Funeral Home with Rev. Wilton Maxwell and Dr. A. Wyatt Mullinax. Burial will be in Oconee Memorial Park. The family respectfully requests that flowers be omitted and memorials be made to the Westminster Baptist Church Building Fund.

[NI2253] Changed the spelling of her name from Nuckolls to Nuckols after leaving h er parents home.

[NI2254] Name: H. Nuckolls SSN: 258-56-8725 Last Residence: 30130  Cumming, Forsyth, Georgia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 5 Aug 1906 Died: Dec 1977 State (Year) SSN issued: Georgia (1954 )

[NI2255] Name: Clara N. Freeman SSN: 260-46-8066 Last Residence: 30130  Cumming, Forsyth, Georgia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 27 Nov 1908 Died: Feb 1993 State (Year) SSN issued: Georgia (Before 1951 )

[NI2256] Name: Truman Nuckolls SSN: 252-20-0906 Last Residence: 30130  Cumming, Forsyth, Georgia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 24 Feb 1911 Died: Mar 1983 State (Year) SSN issued: Georgia (Before 1951 )

[DI2259] Edwin Nuckolls Gravitt, age 86, of Cumming passed away Friday, Jan. 10, 2014. Edwin was a lifelong resident of Forsth County and was involved in all civic and community organizations. A businessman in Forsyth County for many years, he ran numerous businesses including concrete construction, automotive parts and subdivision development. Edwin was a 70-year member and deacon at Shady Grove Baptist Church. At the time of his death, he was the oldest living Past Master of the Lafayette Lodge #44 F&AM. Edwin loved Forsyth County and its people and worked diligently to improve it. He is survived by his loving wife, Ann Gravitt of Cumming; sisters-in-law, Betty Gravitt, Christal (Bill) Picklesimer, all of Cumming, Anna Chastain of Marietta; nieces, Renée (Jim) Johns of Lithia Springs, Lori (Scott) Smith of Cumming, Latrelle LaLonde of Cumming, Linda (Tom) Lancaster of Troy, Mich.; nephews, Paul (Debbie) Gravitt of Suwanee, Robert (Judy) Chastain of Duluth, Anthony (Lisa) Chastain of Cumming, Rafael Picklesimer of Cumming, Josh, Amanda and Annabelle Smith; and other loving relatives and friends also survive. Funeral services were held Monday, Jan. 13, at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Ingram Funeral Home, with the Rev. Keith Martin, the Rev. Allen Swafford and the Rev. Jeff Wilkie officiating. Interment followed at Sawnee View Memorial Gardens. Condolences may be made at www.ingramfuneralhome.com. Ingram Funeral Home and Crematory is in charge of arrangements. Published in Forsyth County News from Jan. 13 to Jan. 16, 2014 Print  |  View Guest Book

[DI2296] Name: Nellie M Nuckolls Death Date: 19 Sep 1993 County of Death: Forsyth Gender: F Race: W Age: 82 years County of Residence: Forsyth Certificate: 038741 Date Filed: 24 Sep 1993 Name: Nellie M. Nuckolls SSN: 260-58-5216 Last Residence: 30130  Cumming, Forsyth, Georgia, Born: 8 Jul 1911 Died: 19 Sep 1993 State (Year) SSN issued: Georgia (1956 )

[NI2300] Commercial Appeal, The (Memphis, TN) - September 30, 1999 Deceased Name: BROWNSVILLE - Edna Browder Nuckolls BROWNSVILLE - Edna Browder Nuckolls, 86, homemaker, died Tuesday at Method ist Haywood Park Hospital after a stroke. Services will be at 2 p.m. Frid ay at Casey Funeral Home in Henderson with burial in Oak Grove Cemete ry in Chester County. She was a member of Poplar Corner Baptist Church, wh ere she taught Sunday school. Mrs. Nuckolls, the widow of Charlie Hugh Nuc kolls, leaves three sons, Joe S. Nuckolls of Brownsville, and Charles B. N uckolls and Carlton B. Nuckolls, both of Jackson, Miss.; two sisters, Do na White of Henderson and Ruth Clayton of Knoxville, three grandchildren a nd four great-grandchildren. Name: Edna B. Nuckolls SSN: 409-42-0619 Last Residence: 38012  Brownsville, Haywood, Tennessee, United States of A merica Born: 24 Nov 1912 Died: 28 Sep 1999 State (Year) SSN issued: Tennessee (Before 1951 )

[NI2304] akstevenson@hotmail.com (Amy Stevenson) To:evilsizer3@aol.com Hello! I am the daughter of A.B. Martin whose brothers and sisters are lis ted on the family tree of Felix & Sally Martin.  My dad is the younge st of those siblings & thought that might be of great interest to yo u.  I have other information about these siblings which might help you.  Y ou need to direct all emails to me at tet2amt@quixnet.net. Sincerely, Amy Martin Taylor

[DI2304] Georgia Deaths, 1919-98 about Felix M Martin Name: «tab»Felix M Martin Death Date: «tab»18 Nov 1943 County of Death: «tab»Gwinnet Gender: «tab»M (Male) Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»72 Years Certificate: «tab»24852

[NI2309] SSDI says born June 1902, but is enumerated in 1900 Census age O born Ju ne 1900

[NI2319] son of Michael and Sarah S Frix

[NI2322] 12/27/1845 Minutes of Beaver Ruin Church in Forsyth Co, GA "Brother Pinky Thornton and wife called for letters of dismission" these w ere granted. Listed 1855 Catoosa Co, GA on the Tennessee line, just south of Lookout Mo untain, near Chattanooga. In 1864 Pinckney Register with the state of Georgia under the Senatorial A ct of 12/14/1863. Pinckney was registered in Whitfield Co, Dist # 863 Trickum Ga, giving h is age as 47 years and 2 months. Thomas served in the homeguard of Whitfield Co, GA in the Whitfield militi a, Trickum Dist, No 868 at age 47y 2mo, listed as farmer born in Spartanbu rg Dist, SC. Served with the 15 GA Infantry from 1862-1864 in the CSA 1/7/1904-F L Thornton appointed administer of the estate of Pinckney Thorn ton, deceased 1/3/1905- F L Thornton identified Pinkney Thornton as his father. Thomas Pinckney Thornton, son of Thomas Thornton and Rebecca Hous e, b. ca 1818 in Spartanburg Dist., SC, d. ca 1900.  Pinckney was an infa nt when his parents moved to Hall County, GA.  There he married ca 1838, M ary Louisa Nuckolls, daughter of James Alexander and Ann (Burrus) Nuckoll s, b. Sept. 1822 Hall Co., GA., d. 17 Oct. 1903 Montgomery Co. Arkansa s.  The Thornton and Nuckolls families were from Louisa County, Virginia a nd like many families living in Virginia,migrated south to Spartanburg Dis t., SC.  Later, many members of both families moved further south into Ha ll and Forsyth Counties in Georgia.  Thomas and Mary Louisa were buried or iginally at the Cedar Glades Cemetery Arkansas.  The corp. of Engineers mo ved the Cedar Glade Cemetery to make way for Lake Quachita in the year 194 0.  Thomas and Louisa now rest at Mt. Valley Cemetery in Garland County, A rkansas. By 1855 Pinckney, Louisa Thornton and family had moved to Catoosa Count y, GA, on the Tennessee line, just south of Lookout Mountain.  It is not k nown how long they lived in Catoosa County.  In 1864 Pinckney registered w ith the State of Georgia under the Senatorial Act of 14th of December 186 3.  Pinckney was registered in Whitfield Co. Dist. # 863 Trickum, GA giv es his age as 47 years and 2 months, born in Spartanburg Dist. SC. Several members of the Thornton and Nuckolls family settled in N.W. Georgi a.  Two were Pinckney's brothers, Freeland W. Thornton who married Many Mo ntgomery and Isaac Thornton who married Clarinda Nuckolls, sister of Pinck ney's wife, Mary Louisa Nuckolls. James Alexander Nuckolls, father of Mary Louisa and Clarinda Nuckolls Thor nton, purchased hundreds of acres in Dogwood Valley which he left to the h eirs of his estate at the time of his demise. 20 Sept. 1875.  James Alexan der Nuckolls wife, Ann Burrus, the daughter of John and Mary (Harris) Burr us born 19 June 1801 in Louisa Co. VA, died 29 March 1858 in Forsyth Count y, GA. Alexander Nuckolls, died in the month of September.  The weather being ve ry hot made it impossible for the family to return his remains to Forsy th County.  consequently, Alexander was buried across the road form his ho me place located on the Old Ringgold Rd.  At night when mother nature sen ds her sweet cool winds racing down the valley floor and embraces the beau tiful iron works that surround Alexander's grave, strange whispering soun ds can be heard.  Neighbors say, "it's only Mr. Alexander who has co me to visit." Pinckney and Mary Louisa (Nuckolls) Thornton had eight children, who are a ll listed within these pages. It is not know when Pinckney and his family moved to Arkansas but in 187 0, they were living in the Mountain township in Montgomery Co. Arkansa s.  Again, many of the family members left Georgia moving to Arkansas sett ling close to one another. In Montgomery County, AR on January 4, 1893, Pinckney and Louisa convey ed property by Warranty Deed with Relinquishment of Dowers to George W. Sh arpe, Jr.  It has been reported that Pinckney left a Will in Montgomery Co unty, AR. Louisa (Nuckolls) Thornton scribes her Will the 17th. day of December 19 00 and is recorded in book "A" page #155 in the County of Montgomery, Mou nt Ida, Arkansas.  Proof of this Will was recorded on the 19th day of Octo ber 1903, book "A" page #156.  As we see from this will Louisa was a wid ow and she list three of her children as executors of her estate.  They we re, Thomas Pascal, I. Webster (Webb) and Freeland Lafayette Thornton. When Pinckney and Louisa (Nuckolls) Thornton moved to Arkansas their so n, Thomas Pascal and wife Milbrey (Ward) Thornton stayed behind in Whitfie ld County, GA. On May 1, 1862, just a few months after the War of Rebellion had starte d, Thomas Pascal Thornton, enlisted his service to The Confederate Stat es of America at Ringgold, GA as Private in Company "E", 1st. Confedera te Regiment Infantry Army of Tennessee.  Most Confederate soldiers were ne ither long term regulars nor draftees, but war time volunteers whose valu es remained rooted in their homes and communities from which they spra ng to defend and to which they desperately wanted to return. After several years of fighting, Thomas was captured by Union troops on Ju ly 3, 1864 near Kennesaw, GA.  He was taken to the Provost Marshall Gener al July 12th in Nashville, Tennessee.  By July 15th, he was received at Mi litary Prison, Louisville, KY ending up at Camp Douglas, IL.  Thomas' brot her-in-law, William Calvin Ward, of Tunnel Hill did not survive this wretc hed prison camp, full of pestilence and hardship.  Thomas was released fr om Camp Douglas May 19, 1865 after taking the Oath of Allegiance at whi ch time he was set free to return home to his family. While Thomas was away with the army, Milbrey was living in Tunnel Hill, G A.  Winters had been brutal in North Georgia especially in 1863 and tim es were hard as a result of the fighting in and around Tunnel Hill.  As t he Yankees swept through Tunnel Hill and Ringgold, Milbrey tried to save h er most valuable possessions.  After all, her husband was away fighting a nd giving his all for the cause, she had to take matters into her won hand s.  She loaded a wagon with her treasures took them deep into the hills bu rying them so the Yankees could not find them.  Milbrey was report ed to be skilled in the art of horseback riding, one of her most treasur ed possession being a velvet side-saddle.  She wrapped her saddle in quil ts along with other treasures and buried them deep in the red Georgia cl ay to keep all from harms way.  Sadly, upon recovery the dirt and moistu re had taken its toll, all was destroyed. Thomas Pascal Thronton, Sr., the third child of Thomas Pinckney and Mary L ouisa (Nuckolls) Thornton, after returning home, from the War of Rebellio n, went to work for the railroad as many did in those days.  He was the ge neral car foreman for the old Western & Atlantic Railroad in Nashville, Te nnessee.  After living in Tennessee for several years, Thomas and family r eturned to Tunnel Hill GA about 1875 and he continued working for the rail road.  His son, Thomas Pascal Thornton, Jr., at the age of 16 entered t he service of the railroad as a car oiler under his father's supervisi on at Boyce Station, TN on the old Western & Atlantic Railroad, later t he Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis.  Thomas Jr. worked on to become o ne of the most famous "Wreck Masters" in the south.  He told of seeing b ad wrecks, human beings dead or suffering, giant locomotives twisted and m angled and somehow he was always able to bring order out of destructio n, to fulfill the railroad man's creed and clarion call "Clear the main li ne!" After Thomas Pascal Thornton Sr. first wife, Milbrey passed away, Thoma s, Sr. married his first cousin, Annie Graham.  Annie's parents were Dr. J .D. Graham and Virginia E. (Nuckolls) Graham, daughter of James Alexand er and Ann (Burrus) Nuckolls.

[NI2324] Notes from Ardath Edwards name him Augustus Sterling Clayton Thornton

[NI2326] Family of Silas from cpyqueen@aol.com Wondering who this John is: Wounded May 10th, 1864 at Spottsylvania C.H.  Captured at Spottsylvania C. H., May 12th, 1864 and imprisoned at Point Lookout and Elmira. McMullen GeorgeAccidentally wounded in Camp at Greenbrier River. McCurdy Alfred A.Wounded at Hatcher's Run, Feb. 6th, 1865. Norcross Thos.J.Captured at Gettysburg, July, 1863. Nicely SalomeWounded in left leg in Battle of Alleghany Mountain, Dec. 1 3th, 1861. Nicely John Died during the war. Nuckols John Died since the war. Letter from Silas Henry Nuckles to his cousin Richard East Lexington, VA, Rockbridge County Near Lexington, May 4th, 190(2?) My dear Cousin Richard: I came over to Wilettas yesterday evening and I was very much surprized wh en she gave me a letter from you but very agreeably surprized for I was ve ry glad to hear from you well I believe it has been 4 years or 5 I believ e, well I lived in Buena Vista about one year after you was here, and I mo ved from Buena Vista to my farm. Ernest was married about a year after y ou was here and he moved to the farm with me for I am crippled up with reu matism and sufering with an old wound that I am not able to do but very li ttle work. I dont pretend to to anything except work in the garden we g ot ..ared of Beuna Vista and thought we had better go on the farm as I c an -ld not rent it and get satisfaction so Ernest is working the farm a nd geting along very well he married a Miss Gillock of Lexington. They ha ve a sweet little baby boy. my wife has been very poorly. --- the winter a nd dont seem to be much better yet our place is about one mile from Wilett as but we have to cross North River. Well as I said in the start I was ov er at Wilettas and I will say they are getting along very well they had fi nished their new house which you spake of and they got a splendid house a nd are --- along fine now. Wiletta says is you will come to see her aga in she will try and acomodate you better than she did when you was hear be fore as she is fixed so much better now and we all would love for you a nd family would visit us again. Well I will try and tell you somethi ng of your relations hear your cousin Spot Nuckols sold his home in Lexing ton and bought a good house in Buena Vista and is living there now and I t hink he is doing better than he has ever done. Erastus Root- moved from Am herst to Buena Vista bought a home there. Lived there about 2 years and th en he sold his home for $1600 and moved back to his home in Lexington whi ch joins our cousins Sallies home. My father is still living with them. wh ile they were moving and fixing up my father came and stayed about 3 wee ks with me, he is now with them in Lexington. Now he is real pert consider ing his age and afflictions. I am so sorry you did not get to see him whi le you was here and he was awfully wered because he did not see you he sa id he would of given everything to of seen you as well as I can recolle ct he and your father was very much alike. Pa aksed me while he was wi th me this spring is I ever heard from you. I told him that I had never he rd from you that you promised me that you would write to me but you had ne ver done so and that you also told me you would see your brothers on yo ur way home and you would try to get them to rite to me and tell me someth ing about their families as I was very anxious to hear from them especial ly Tom. Now I would like for you to fulfill that promise as far as you c an as I would love to get in corispondance with you all so I can hear fr om you all sometimes as I told you all as very near and dear relation s, as our fathers was brothers and our mothers was sisters making us doub le first cousins. I have thought a little hard of you for not riti ng as I did not have the address of none of you all. Willie Boston is sti ll running the steam laundry and is doing a good business. your cousin Sp ot Wills, a horse thre him on the ice this winter and broke his leg a nd he is very much crippled up hardly able to get about yet and I reckon w ill never be able to do anything much again . Your cousin Elisha Wills a nd his wife are both dead. Well I reckin it is time I was bringing this le tter to a close as Wiletta wants to write to you some and she would of ans wered your letter sooner but your letter was held at the post office in Le xington before she received it and was glad to hear from you. Now dear cou sin, rite to me a long letter and tell me all about John and Bill and T om and all the rest and give your family my kindest regards. From your Devoted Cousin, S H Nuckols PS I forgot to tell you about Rinnora, my daughter that you speak of th at was married when you was over in B V. She is now living in Pittsburg P A. She married a man by the name of Joshua O'Connell he works at  Weste rn House Masheen Shops. if you or any of your family go to Pittsbur g, go to see them Your cousin S H N Direct my letter to Lexington, VA

[XI2326] Tombstone inscriptions say he is buried in the LExington Cemetery, in Lexi ngton, VA Lot 555

[DI2328] Name: «tab»Minerva Ann Thornton Death Date: «tab»14 Mar 1928 Death Place: «tab»Odem, San Patricio, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»W Death Age: «tab»80 years 11 months 8 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»06 Apr 1847 Birthplace: «tab»Georgia Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Sloan Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Housekeeper Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Odem Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»16 Mar 1928 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2114537 Digital Film Number: «tab»4165441 Image Number: «tab»2970 Reference Number: «tab»v X cn 13461 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JD8N-YJ8 : accessed 15 May 2012), Minerva Ann Thornton, 1928.

[DI2336] Name: «tab»B.M. Thornton Death Date: «tab»27 Jan 1922 Death Place: «tab»Bloomington, Victoria, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»74 years 11 months 23 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»05 Feb 1847 Birthplace: «tab»Georgia Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»J. Thornton Father's Birthplace: «tab»Georgia Mother's Name: «tab»Clarice Nuckles Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Georgia Occupation: «tab»Farmer Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Crescent Valley Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»30 Jan 1922 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2074474 Digital Film Number: «tab»4166805 Image Number: «tab»3157 Reference Number: «tab»cn 3095 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDK6-WTL : accessed 15 May 2012), B.M. Thornton, 1922.

[NI2338] "Alexander B. Thornton invented an improvement on Corn Plow Fender.  On Se ptember 28, 1869 in Sangamon County, Berlin, Illinois this Corn Plow Fend er was patented and sold for the sum of thirty-five dollars ($35.00)  Pate nt No. 95,287 Office of Patents United States of America Secretary of Inte rior J.C. Cox and Acting Commissioner of Patents L.H. Hodge."

[NI2342] Family line of Sheryl A. Ray 1144 Otis Drive Bethlehem, Georgia 678-863-5073 SRay395824@aol.com

[NI2343] Everton Pedigree and Family Group Sheets Name: Howard, Elizabeth   Birth  Date: 1775  Place: ,   Spouse: BATES, Anthony   Child: BATES, Anthony W   Child: BATES, Barbary   Child: BATES, Benjamin   Child: BATES, Clarissa   Child: BATES, Elizabeth H   Child: BATES, Elvina   Child: BATES, James Madison   Child: BATES, Martha   Child: BATES, Matthias   Child: BATES, Nancy   Child: BATES, Zachariah   Childs Spouse: BELUE, Reuben   Childs Spouse: CROCKER, Marcus Artemus   Childs Spouse: EASTERWOOD, Iberline   Father: HOWARD, Benjamin   Childs Spouse: KIRBY, William T   Childs Spouse: MILLER, William   Childs Spouse: NUCKOLS, Anna Terry   Childs Spouse: SIMMONS, Peyton   Childs Spouse: WOOD, Melinda

[HI2343] (Research):The books produced by Gwinnett Historical Society, «u»History of Gwinnett Vol.'s I & II«/u», contain information about Anthony W. Bates and his brother Mathias Bates, regarding their activities in the founding times of Lawrenceville

[NI2344] These descendants submitted by Carol Lundquist Ardath Edwards file of complete Burris research available on request in PDF Will of John Burruss  Dated 9 Feb 1861 Forsyth Co., GA Wife; Sarah W Burruss Grandson; Henry Clay Burruss son of John Henry Burruss. Daughter; Martha D Burruss  (married) Sons; John Henry Burruss, Mark A Burruss. Mentioned three son-in-laws; Josiah H Wooliff, Thomas W Hunt, Henry W Blak e Daughters: Mary Jane Burruss wife of Josiah H Woolliff, Lucy Ann Burruss w ife of Thomas Hunt, Martha D Burruss wife of Mr Brooks, Christianna Alexan der Burruss  wife of Henry W Blake Under children mentioned; Samuels Bias Bell, this may be "Samules Bias Be ll Burruss" a son. Probate May 1865

[NI2347] Letter about her grandfather states he was of Scotch descent and his ancestors came from Dunfermline, Scotland and settled in Virginia Not located in 1900...thorough search

[DI2347] Columbus Enquirer 11/10/1912 Mrs Elizabeth Ware Is Laid To Rest Died at Lumpkin Friday-Body Brought to Columbus Yesterdy for Interment The remains of Mrs Elizabeth Ware, who died in Lumpkin Friday were broug ht to this city yesterday on the Seaboard. The funeral took place from t he train at 1:10 o'clock. Rev J C Wilkerson conducted the services and t he interment was in the Linwood Cemetery. Mrs Ware was formerly a well-kno wn Columbus girl, being the daughter of the late Nathaniel Nuckolls, who w as a very prominent citizen of Columbus for many years. She was first marr ied to Mr Davis Long, of Uchee, Ala and some time after his death she w as married to Mr Henry Ware, of Russell County, Ala. Mrs Ware is surviv ed by one son, Davis Long of Cataula Ga and one daughter, Mrs C M Be ll of Lumpkin Ga, both by her first husband; one daughter, Mrs Newman of T exas and two sons, Archie Ware and Luis Ware by her lst husband. The follw oing gentlemen acted as pallbearers: Messrs J A Kirven, John T Davis, Jo hn T Pearce, Bradley Nuckolls, Ed Rankin, Land Johnson, Bob Howard a nd J A Heard

[NI2348] 1850 Russell Co, Al pg 74 Davis Long 26 GA Elizabeth 22 GA Thomas 4 Louisianna 2

[NI2349] 1920 Russell Co, Girard, AL -pg 5 Joe T Nuckolls 49 AL AL AL Willie, wife, 40 GA VA VA Emmett, 14 AL Elizabeth 11 AL Researcher John Hysler JohnDHysler@aol.com The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta  Georgia  23 August 1914  Mrs Bradley Nuc kolls and Mr James Nuckolls have returned from a visit to Allenville, Al Name: James T Nuckolls Death Date: 1 Sep 1940 Death County: Russell Volume: 44 Certificate: 21883 Roll: 4

[DI2349] Name: «tab»James Terry Nuckolls Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»01 Sep 1940 Death Place: «tab»Seale, Russell, Alabama Gender: «tab»Male Race (Original): «tab»White Race (Standardized): «tab»White Age at Death: «tab»69y 2m 4d Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»27 Jun 1871 Birthplace: «tab»Russell Co., Alabama Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»Willie Cheney Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»James Thornton Nuckolls Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab»Muscogee Co., Georgia Mother's Name: «tab»Emma Bradley Mother's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Mother's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Russell Co., Alabama Occupation: «tab»Planter Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab»Seale, Russell, Alabama Cemetery: «tab»Linwood Burial Place: «tab»Columbus, Muscogee, Georgia Burial Date: «tab»02 Sep 1940 Funeral Home: «tab» Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»1908593 Reference Number: «tab»cn 21883

[NI2352] He was a lawyer and lived at Columbus, Muscogee, GA Co. "A", 15th Alabama Infantry Co. "A", Cantey Rifles (Russell County) [This company, the Cantey Rifle s, was raised in Russell County by James Cantey who was its captain unt il the organization of the regiment, when he was elected Colonel.] NUCKOLLS, Thomas J., Jr. 2nd Lt. (enlisted, aged 30; resigned, 30 D ec 62 || The Constitution Atlanta Georgia 14 October 1876 Markham House Arrivals, Atlanta---Thomas J Nuckolls and wife, Columbus The Daily Constitution Atlanta Georgia 23 February 1878 North and South Road- Trustees- Thomas J Nuckolls, Columbus Columbus Enquirer-Sun June 28, 1889 Death of Mr T J Nuckolls Thomas J Nuckolls, the subject of this notice, died at 12 n yesterday at h is residence in this city. He was born in Elbert Ga May 6 1829. His boyho od was spent in Columbus having prepared for college in one of her excelle nt private schools, and graduated at Athens in the A B Course and th en in the law course at Harvard. This training, coupled with a naturally s trong intellect placed him in the front rank of athe accomplished young m en of his day. He naturally took a prominent part in municipal affairs, a nd brought an untiring energy to bear for the promotion of the city's adva ncement. He was among the first volunteers at the call to arms in 186 0. He was long a councilman of the First Ward. His last effort at public s ervice was in the management of the Columbus Rome railroad. About this ti me his nervous system gave way and by degrees a paralysis has for six yea rs separated him from the public, and even his dearest friends could not h ave satisfactory intercourse with him. Few except the oldest citizens kn ew him, so long had he been separated, by his afflictions, from active bus iness. A good man has passed away, a warm-hearted friend and a cultivat ed gentleman. We sympathize very sincerely with those nearest and deare st to him, and especially with his bereaved companion, a noble examp le of a womn's untiring and tender devotion. Columbus Enquirer-Sun June 29, 1889 The funeral of Mr Thomas J Nuckolls took place from his late residen ce on upper Third Avenue at 4 o'clcok yesterday afternoon, and was very la rgely attended by prominent citizens. The remains we enclosed in a magnifi cent metallic casket, the lid of which was covered with very handsome a nd beautiful floral tributes of respect. The services were conducted by R ev R H Harri, D D pastor of the First Baptist Church. The following gentle men acted as pallbearers: G E Thomas Sr, E J Rankin, M E Gray, H M Howar d, C A Lovelace, D P Dozier, J A Kirven, J F Pou, J J Slade, J Rhodes Brow ne Sr. The funeral rrangements were carried out by Mr C L Torbett

[XI2352] Inscription: O Christ, come tenderly / Stoop thyself to gather / My Life's rose, and smile / My mortal to divine.

[NI2353] Sent a substitute during the Civil war as his wife was ailing with consumption and was not expected to live

[DI2353] The Columbus Enquirer Jan 11 1901 Sudden Death of Mr N A Nuckolls Prominent Russell Planter Expired at Ft Mitchell Heart Failure The Cause Mr Nuckolls Was One of the Oldest Residents of This Section The Remains Arrive This Morning and Funeral and Interment Occur Here Mr N A Nuckolls, one of the oldest and best known citizens of Russell Coun ty was found dead in bed at his home at Fort Mitchell, Alabama early yeste rday morning. His death is attributed to heart failure. News of his dea th reached the city yesterday morning and created profound regret among h is Columbus friends. Mr Nuckolls was 70 years of age. He was born in Elbe rt County Georgia in the yer 1830 and removed with his father, the late Na thaniel Nuckolls to Columbus when he was a small boy and had lived in a nd near Columbus since. For years he has been a prominent planter in Russe ll County. In 1868 he married Miss Lizzie Kyle, the only daughter of M J K yle of this city. Mrs Nuckolls has been dead quite a number of year s. He is survived by two sons, Messrs Will and Kyle Nuckolls and one daugh ter, Mrs James Willcox of Montgomery. Mr and Mrs Willcox arrived in the ci ty from Montgomery last night. The remains will arrive in Columbus on th is mornings  Mobile and Girard train and the funeral will take place at t he union depot at 11:30 o'clock., the interment being in Linwood Cemeter y. The pallbearers will be Messrs F B Gordon, E J Rankin, E A Shepherd, L ee Eberhardt, Henry Woolfork, John T Daivs Jr, J A Kirven and R A Carson

[NI2355] 1900 Muscogee Co, Columbus, GA pg 149 Nuckools, Alice 10/1852 (47) Widow 1 child none living AL CT GA Edmund Brodles 7/1847 (52) Boarder Agnes R Brodles (d i l) 4/1848 (52) M22 3/2** Alice J Nuckolls, niece, 11/1890 **(these dates cant be correct maybe a sister in law, but not daught er in law) Columbus Enquirer Sun Jan 25 1901 Obituary of Mrs Park A Dallis of Gastonia, NC. Md Park Dallas a few mont hs ago. Mentions her aunt Mrs Alice Nuckols of Columbus. 1910 Muscogee co, Columbus, GA -pg 59 Allice Nuckles age 62 Wd 1/0, AL CT GA Thomas B, 40, nephew, M16y GA AL AL Agnes L, niece, 37 M16y 1/1 James T, nephew, age 11 12/6/1915 Columbus Enquirer-Sun The friends and acquaintances of Mr and Mrs Dan Bradley and family, a nd Mr and Mrs Forbes Bradley and family, Mr Edmond Bradley and famil y, Mr W C Bradley and family, Mr and Mrs J K Orr and family, Mrs E J Nucko lls and family and Mrs Alice Nuckolls are invited to attend the funer al of Mr Dan Bradley tomorrow (Tuesday) morning at 11 o'clock from the fam ily residence No 1024 Second Ave. Interment in Linnwood Cemetery Bush, Lorena W., They followed the sun : some ancestors and descendants of Zachary Taylor C ox and Elizabeth Jane Hittunknown: unknown, 197-?, 417  pgs. Part two: Ancestors of Elizabeth Jane Hitt  pg281 A History of Columbus, GA 1828-1928 by Nancy Telfair. Columbus Ga, Histori cal Pub Co, c1929 William Clark Bradley was born June 28 1863 on the plantation of his fath er at Oswichee, Russell Co, AL, the youngest og eight children. Mrs Ali ce Nuckolls, Columbus GA is the only other one at present surviving. His f ather was Forbes Bradley, of Sctoch extraction, born in Connecticutt, movi ng to Georgia in 1828, and to Columbus in 1832. His mother, Theresa Ann Cl ark was born near Columbus, of parentage originally Welsh. Mr Bradley w as educated in Clumbus and for one year attended the Alabama Polytechnic I nstitute at Auburn, AL ( more story) Brother Fornes Bradley obit 6/28/1921 names sister Mrs Alice Nuckolls Brother Edmunds obit 3/3/1922 names sister Mrs Alice Nuckolls 1930 Muscogee Co, Columbus, GA       Alice Nuckolls, head, 82, GA CT GA, w idow, living alone The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta  Georgia  10 September 1911 Mrs Will is C Bradley, Miss Elizabeth Bradley and Mrs Alice Nuckolls have return ed from a northern trip The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta  Georgia  12 September 1915  Mr and M rs J K Orr and Miss Hattie Orr are guests of Mrs Alice Nuckolls

[XI2355] Inscription: O Christ, come tenderly / Stoop thyself to gather / My Life's rose, and smile / My mortal to divine.

[HI2356] (Research):Information for the children of Elizabeth founf in book entitled Benjamin Jones and His Descendants by Caroline Cunningham, pg 58 Chapter 95

[DI2356] Alabama Deaths, 1908-59 about Elizabeth K Willcox Name: «tab»Elizabeth K Willcox Death Date: «tab»Apr 1938 Death County: «tab»Jefferson Volume: «tab»18 Certificate: «tab»8812 Roll: «tab»3

[NI2358] Researcher- mdavisvail@msn.com Angela Mary Gravley gravleykgb@yahoo.com (RAOGK request 3/6/04 for death cert) Ardath notes say she died 6/26/1941

[DI2358] Ardath notes say she died 6/26/1941 Mary Gravley gravleykgb@yahoo.com (RAOGK request 3/6/04 for death cert) Applied to Texas for death cert using Mary Greer None found, letter scanned to CD Name: «tab»Mary Virginia Geer Death Date: «tab»25 Jun 1941 Death Place: «tab»Royse City, Rockwall, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»80 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»02 Dec 1860 Birthplace: «tab»Georgia Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab»Georgia Mother's Name: «tab»Moore Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Georgia Occupation: «tab»Housewife Place of Residence: «tab»Royse City, Rockwall, Texas Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Royse City, Texas Burial Date: «tab»26 Jun 1941 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2138612 Digital Film Number: «tab»4030530 Image Number: «tab»850 Reference Number: «tab»cn-29314 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDRZ-ZV8 : accessed 6 May 2012), Nuckolls in entry for Mary Virginia Geer, 1941.

[NI2360] Md Anna Caroline Early

[NI2366] 1900 United States Federal Census > Alabama > Cherokee > Leesburg > Distr ict 125

[NI2368] 1880 Census Place:Township 10, Cherokee, Alabama Source:FHL Film 1254006  National Archives Film T9-0006     Page 33 5A George FREEMANSelfMMW45GAOcc:MillerFa: GAMo: GA Laura FREEMANWifeFMW42GAFa: VAMo: GA Thomas FREEMANSonMSW13ALFa: GAMo: GA Luisanna FREEMAN DauFSW11ALFa: GAMo: GA Harvey FREEMANSonMSW9ALFa: GAMo: GA Laura FREEMANDauFSW7ALFa: GAMo: GA Carolina FREEMANDauFSW5ALFa: GAMo: GA George FREEMANSonMSW3ALFa: GAMo: GA

[NI2370] There is a said to be a second wife, with the name Fruit of Tucson, ____ _, AZ associated with him.

[DI2370] Name: «tab»Thomas Nathanel Freeman Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»04 Feb 1946 Death Place: «tab»E. Gadsden, Etowah, Alabama Gender: «tab»Male Race (Original): «tab»W Race (Standardized): «tab»White Age at Death: «tab»78y Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»16 Feb 1867 Birthplace: «tab»Cherokee Co., Ala. Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»George W. Freeman Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab»Columbus, Ga. Mother's Name: «tab»Laura C. Nuckols Mother's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Mother's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Columbus, Ga. Occupation: «tab»Retired Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab»E. Gadsden, Etowah, Ala. Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Shady Grove Burial Date: «tab»05 Feb 1946 Funeral Home: «tab» Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»1908804 Reference Number: «tab»cn 2499

[NI2372] Atlanta Constitution, The April 23, 1900 Contest won by Miss Olive Nuchols Atlanta Constitution, The  22 July 1901 Miss Olive Nuchols is visiting Mrs W D Shelby on Monte Sano The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta  Georgia  13 October 1902 Burial of M rs E A Marable-Columbus Ga, October 12-The remains of Mrs E A Marabel, n ee Miss Emma Nuckolls arrived in the city Friday Night from Gadsden, whe re here death occurred Thursday afternoon and the funeral took place yeste rday afternoon from the residence of Mrs Alcie Nuckolls on Third Ave. M rs Marable  was a former resident of this city, having been the daught er of the late Nathaniel Nuckolls, a prominent resident of Columbus.

[NI2375] After about a year, my young brother, William, died of pnuemonia. Wh en he was taken sick, father went to Virginia where he was, took him to Ch ancellorsville, by invitation, and nursed him till he died. A pathetic inc ident of the taking of this sick brother, William, to Chancellorsvill e, in an ambulane as told by father, when he got back with the body. Wi ll said, "Father, I want to go back home and lie down in my little bed. ", meaning an eight by ten shanty on the battlegrounds with a fireplace, a nd bed for him and one for Tom. Father had the body embalmed and broug ht it home. It was in good condition, looked as perfect as life. Those bea utiful black eyes were open and looked so natural. This was the first ye ar of the war, and bodies of men who died that year were brought or sent h ome. Story told by sister Elizabeth Ann Terry Nuckolls No Civil war record found. (Ardath Edwards notes say CSA- 2nd Lt) Co. "A", 15th Alabama Infantry Co. "A", Cantey Rifles (Russell County) [This company, the Cantey Rifle s, was raised in Russell County by James Cantey who was its captain unt il the organization of the regiment, when he was elected Colonel.] NUCKOLLS, William T., 2nd Lt. (enlisted, aged 21; died of disease, 4 N ov 61 || Oates) Weekly Standard Raleigh North Carolina 19 June 1861 Commencement at the University- William T Nuckolls, Columbus, GA

[NI2376] Name: James Nuchols , Side Served: Confederacy State Served: Alabama Service Record: Enlisted as a Private. Enlisted in Company F, 12th Infantry Regiment Alabama. The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta  Georgia  14 October 1910  Judge J T Nuck olls Killed in Ginnery Columbus Ga, Oct 13-Judge James T Nuckolls, one of the best known and mo st prominent citizens of east Alabama, had his arm caught in a gin on h is plantation, 12 miles south of Columbus, in Russell County, this afterno on, and died shortly afterward from shock and loss of blood. He was 68 yea rs old, a confederate veteran and prominent church man. A wife, two sons a nd  four sisters survive him. The Columbus Ledger  Oct 14, 1910 The friends and acquaintances of Mr Jas B Nuckolls and wife, Mr F Bradl ey Nuckolls and wife and Mr and Mrs Jas T Nuckolls Jr and wife are respect fully invited to attend the funeral of Mr James T Nuckolls from the uni on passenger station on arrival of Mobile & Girard train tomorrow (Satuda y) at 12 o'clock noon. Interment Linwood. The following gentlemen are requ ested to act as pallbearers: Dr A R Allen, Messrs George L Sallas, T M Flo urney, E J Rankin, J A Kirven, W H Caffey, J Wood and  A S Dozier. The Columbus Ledger Oct 14, 1910 James T Nuckolls Announcement of the tragic death of Mr J T Nuckolls was received with prof ound sorrow and deep regret in Columbus, where the deceased was known a nd admired  in a large circle. Mr Nuckolls was one of the oldest and mo st prominent citizens of Alabamabeing possibly the largest planter in Russ ell County. He was widly known in both Alabama and Georgia and his death w ill be generaly  lamented. In the passing of this good man, his family los es a true husband and father. Russell county one of its most loyal and ent erprising residents, the state of Alabama, a citizen who was widely kno wn and universally loved, the Baptist denomination one of its leaders a nd the south, one of her bravest Confederate Soldiers. The Ledger respectf ully tenders its sympathy to the family and relatives in this, their ho ur of berevement. The Columbus Enquirer-Sun Oct 14, 1910 Tragic Death of Jas T Nuckolls Arm Caught in Gin and Badly Lacerated-Face Was Also Cut Died From Shock and Loss of Blood Well Known Wealthy Citizen of Russell County, AL Meets With Fatal Accide nt on His Plantation Near Ft Mitchell Mr James T Nuckolls, one of the most prominent farmers of Russell County A la, lost his life yesterday afternoon as the result of an accident. He w as superintending work at his ginnery near Nuckolls Crossing and in some m anner his arm was caught in a gin and so badly lacerated that death result ed in about two hours. The accident occured between 1 and 2 o'clock a nd Mr Nuckolls died at 3:45. When the accident occured a telephone messa ge was immediately communicated to Mr W C Bradley of this city, who procur ed Dr Stewart and Dr Tatun and they went posthaste in automobiles to the N uckolls home, which is about twelve miles from Columbus. They reached the re about 3:30 and the surgeons began the battle to save the life of the un fortunate man. It was found, however, that he had grown very weak from t he loss of blood and was gradually sinking. Although the surgeons worked n obly, Mr Nuckolls breathed his last in about fifteen minutes after their a rrival. The physicians expressed doubt as to whether it would have been po ssible to have saved his life even if they had arrived earlier, as sever al large arteries had been cut. In the arm and shoulder and his face was a lso lacerated. Mr Nuckolls was about 68 years of age and died in the hou se in which he was born. He was for a number of years, a commissioner of R ussell county and was held in high esteem throughout this section. He w as well known in this city and has a number of relatives here and the ne ws of his tragic deth is a great shock to them and to his many friend s. He was a member of the Oswichee Baptist Church and its senior deacon a nd was in every respect a model citizen. He was also a Confererate soldie r. In young manhood he married Miss Emma Bradley, and besides his grief-st ricken wife, he is survived by two sons, Mr F Bradley Nuckolls of this ci ty and Mr james T Nuckolls, Jr of Russell County to whom the sympat hy of a large circle  of friends is extended. He is also survived by fo ur sisters; Mrs A _ Ware of Waco Texas, Mrs L C Richardson and Mrs Nowl in of Gadden Ala and Mrs L A Freeman of Oklahoma. The funeral rrangemen ts have not yet been perfected but the remains will be brought to Columb us and interred in the family lot in Linwood cemetery. The body wil probab ly be brought to this city this evening, but the public will be notifi ed of the time of th funeral. The Columbus Enquirer-Sun Oct 15, 1910 Mr J T Nuckolls' Funeral Today The Remains Arrive at Noon Over C of G Railroad The remains of Mr James T Nuckolls, who died from the resul of a gin accid ent at his ginnery near Nuckolls Crossing in Russell County, Alabama, Thur sday afternoon will be brought to the city this morning over the Mobile a nd Girard division of the  Central of Georgia railroad and the funeral wi ll be held from the union depot on the arrival of the train  at noon. Inte rment will be in Linwood Cemetery The following gentlemen are request ed to act as pallbearers: Dr A R Allen, Messrs George L Sallas, T M Flourn ey, E J Rankin, J A Kirven, W H Caffey, J Wood and  A S Dozier. The Macon Daily Telegraph, 10/15/1910 Macon GA Judge James Nuckolls Dies At Columbus GA Columbus Oct 14- Judge James T Nuckolls aged 65, one of the wealthiest cit izens of east Alabama died last night of injuries received when he was cau ght in the machinery of a gin at his plantation in Russell County, Alabama

[NI2377] Brother Fornes Bradley obit 6/28/1921 names sister Mrs E J  Nuckolls Brother Edmunds obit 3/3/1922 names sister Mrs E J Nuckolls Bush, Lorena W., [View Citation] [Table of Contents] They followed the sun : some ancestors and descendants of Zachary Taylor C ox and Elizabeth Jane Hittunknown: unknown, 197-?, 417  pgs. Part two: Ancestors of Elizabeth Jane Hitt  pg281 Georgia Deaths, 1919-98 Name: Mrs. Emma J. Nuckolls Death Date: 26 Sep 1924 County of Death: Muscogee Certificate: 28184-F Georgia Deaths 1914-1927 Name : Emma J. Nuckolls Titles : Mrs. Death date : 26 Sep 1924 Estimated death year : Age at death : 78 years 5 months 15 days Death place : Columbus, Muscogee, Georgia, United States Birth date : 09 Apr 1846 Estimated birth year : Birth place : Oswichee, Russell Co., Ala. Gender : Female Marital status : Race (Term on Certificate) : White Race : White Ethnicity : American Spouse name : Spouse titles : Father name : Forbes Bradley Father titles : Mother name : Theresa Ann Clarke Mother titles : GSU film number : 2322570 Digital GS number : 4179221 Image number : 00434 Certificate number : 28184 Columbus Daily Enquirer April 21 1898 Mrs J T Nuckolls of Seale, Ala spent yesterday in the city. Atlanta Constitution Atlanta Georgia 25 October 1903 Midnight Blaze Works Destruction in Business Section-Two of the stores we re owned by the John H Bass estate, two by Miss Emma Lipps, and one by M rs Alice Nuckolls. Most of the property was insured. The losses were estim ated at $15,000. Atlanta Constitution Atlanta Georgia 26 October 1903 The Southern Mutual Losses-Two stores owned by Mrs John H Bass were insur ed for $1000 each, a store of Mrs Alice Nuckols $1,250................ he Atlanta Constitution Atlanta Georgia 24 March 1904 Columbus, Ga- New Broad St Building. -...the work of building new stor es for Mrs Alice Nuckolls, Mrs John Bass and Miss Lipps on 12th St is n ow nearing completion. The Atlanta Consitution Atlanta Georgia 07 August 1904 Mrs Nuckols attended meeting Gainsville, GA The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta Georgia 14 August 1904 Among those who will go form this city this year.....Mrs Alice Nuckolls

[NI2378] 7/5/1891 Columbus Enquirer He Umpired The Game Noticing a game of baseball between two clubs played in Columbia, Ala on T hursday the recorder says: Mr Bradley Nuckolls, from Columbus Ga umpired t he game. His decisions were rendered with honesty and fairness, and in su ch a manner as to grow him popular in the esteem of both sides. It was a u nanimous feeling that he had given his decisions in accordanc with his be st judgment, and that the rulings were equally divided. Mr Nuckolls is a h andsome and popular traveling salesman and has many friends here. Columbus Enquirer-Sun Nov 19 1912 The Nuckolls Barn Destroyed By Fire Mr F B Nuckolls, Loses $1000 Worth of Grain, Feed Stuffs, Etc Mr F B nuckolls received word yesterday from his plantation ner Nuckolls C rossing on the Mobile and Girard road, west by Fort Mitchell, that his ba rn was destroyed by fire Sunday night between 5 and 8 o'clock. Mr Nuckol ls stated last night that his barn contained a lot of grain and dry fee d, and one bale of cottonball of which  went up in the flames. The fire w as discovered in time to save the stock. The loss is estimated at $1000 wi th no insurance. The cause of the fire is unknown, but is believed to ha ve been  of incendiary origin. Columbus Enquirer-Sun 2/28/1915 Mr Bradley Nuckolls and Mrs James Nuckolls left Thursday for Gallion AL ha ving been called there on account of the serious illness of Mrs Nuckolls f ather, Mr Collins. 1910 Muscogee co, Columbus, GA -pg 59 Allice Nuckles age 62 Wd 1/0, AL CT GA Thomas B, 40, nephew, M16y GA AL AL Agnes L, niece, 37 M16y 1/1 James T, nephew, age 11 (Name is shown as Thomas Bradley) The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta  Georgia  07 December 1913  Mrs Bradley N uckolls entertained at bridge in compliment to Mrs Lucious Wootton of Jack sonville. Atlanta Constitution Atlanta Georgia 03 August 1919 Atlanta Constitution Atlanta Georgia 03 August 1919 Officers of the Columbus Grocery Co, -F B Nuckolls 4th Vice Pres. 1920 census in household is nephew Emmett Nuckolls age 14 Feb 23, 1921 The Columbus Ledger Nuckolls Home Is Scene of Burglary Thieves Get Several Articles of Clothing From Second Story Apartment La st Night While members of the family were away last night, the home of F B Nuckoll s, No 1594 Fourth Avenue, was burglarized and several articles of clothi ng were stolen from rooms on the second floor. The missing clothing was mo stly property of an army captian and his wife who occupied the apartmen t, only a few things being missed from the rooms on the first floor. Entra nce to the house was effected through a dining room window and several roo ms showed signs of having been ransacked, but nothing was missed with t he exception of the clothing. Members of the family returned home abo ut 11 o'clock and discovered the home had been burglarized. No arrests ha ve yet been made in connection with the burglary. Name:    Forbes B Nuckolls Death Date:    17 Oct 1943 County of Death:    Muscoge Gender:    M Race:    W Age:    74 years Certificate:    22816

[DI2379] Name: «tab»Mrs. Della N.NOling Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»05 Jan 1916 Death Place: «tab»Etowah Co., Alabama Gender: «tab»Female Race (Original): «tab»W Race (Standardized): «tab»White Age at Death: «tab»70 y Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1846 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Ga Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Nathaniel Nuckolls Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ga. Mother's Name: «tab»Louise Nuckolls Mother's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Mother's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ga. Occupation: «tab»Housewife Street Address: «tab»751 Chestnut Residence: «tab»Gadsden Cemetery: «tab»Forest Cemetery Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab» Funeral Home: «tab» Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»1894127 Reference Number: «tab»cn 367

[NI2380] Census Place:Gadsden, Etowah, Alabama 1880 Source:FHL Film 1254013  National Archives Film T9-0013     Page 39 5B James NOWLINSelfMMW34VAOcc:DruggistFa: VAMo: VA Adela NOWLINWifeFMW34GAFa: GAMo: VA Jennie NOWLINDauFSW9ALFa: VAMo: GA Linda NOWLINDauFSW7ALFa: VAMo: GA Adela NOWLINDauFSW5ALFa: VAMo: GA James NOWLINSonMSW5ALFa: VAMo: GA Emma NOWLINDauFSW3ALFa: VAMo: GA Henry NOWLINSonMSW3MALFa: VAMo: GA Edgar RALLSOtherMSW15ALOcc:Clerk In StoreFa: GAMo: GA Ancestry and bio found: The Nowlin-Stone genealogy by James Edmund Nowlin, Salt Lake City, UT 19 16 pg 107 James Rush Staples Nowlin, son of Dr James J Nowlin and Malinda B Stapl es Nowlin served two years in the Confederate army, Company "D", 5th Virgi nia Cavalry, and same regiment with his brother and was at the surrend er at Appomatttox, though not included, as General Fitzhugh Lee cut his w ay out and did not surrender, but disbanded his command. After the w ar he lived a year or two in Rome, Ga, then returned to Roanoke Colleg e, VA where he graduated in 1869. He settled in Gadsden Ala and in 1870 ma rried Miss Ardella Nuckolls. He resided there the remainder of his life, d ying 12 Dec 1911. He represented his county, Etowah, in the Alabama legisl ature several years and was one of its most honorable esteemed citizen s.   Ardelle Nowlin died 3 Jan 1916. The children are living at Gadsen Ala . (Children named in article)

[NI2383] Huntsville Al Weekly Democrat 6/1882 LEGAL NOTICES Final Settlement ------------------------ STATE OF ALABAMA, MADISON COUNTY, ------------------------ Regular June Term, Court of Probate, June 20, 1882. ------------------------ Estate of James J. Colt, deceased. This day came V. A. Nuckols, Administrator of the estate of James J. Col t, deceased, and filed with the Court his account and vouchers for a fin al settlement of his administration of said estate, It is considered, orde red, adjudged and decreed by the Court that the 14th day of July, 1882, be and the same is hereby appointed a day on which to make said settlemen t. It is, also, ordered by the Court that due and legal notice of the fili ng of the accounts and vouchers, the nature of the same, and the time appo inted by the Court for settlement, be given, by publication for three succ essive weeks, in the Huntsville Democrat, a newspaper published in the Cou nty of Madison, State of Alabama; at which time, all persons interested c an appear and contest said settlements, if they see proper to do so. WILLIAM RICHARDSON, jun21-3w. Judge of Probate COLT, JAMES J.   State: AL Year: 1850   County: Chambers County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule   Township: District 19 Page: 371 COLT, JAMES J.   State: GA Year: 1860   County: Clarke County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule   Township: Athens Dist Page: 1026 Margart Smith 75 NJ James J Colt, 40, merchant NJ Elizabeth, 38, NJ John H Colt, 35, millright NJ Caroline A, 25 NJ Not found in 1870

[NI2385] Richmond Enquirer 7-16-1830 Vol XXVII Issue 20 Pg1In Chancery In Louisa Co unty Court, June 16, 1830 James Cole Dickinson  against :William Gilliam and Elizabeth his wife, formerly Elizabeth Barclay, George Boxley and Catherine his wife, formerly Catherine Barclay, John Kimbrough and Catherine his wife, Wm S Boxley, Samule Hunter and Mary his wife, Albert Boxley, Jo hn Graves and Marine his wife, Eliza J Boxley, which said last mentioned C atherine, William S, Mary, Albert, Marine and Eliza J, children of Jo hn S Boxley and Mary Boxley, dec'ed who was Mary Barclay, John W, Lucy Ann e, and Mary B Boxley, which said John W, Lucy Anne and Mary B Boxley are children of John C Boxley, dec'd., another child of the said Mary Boxley, dec'd, Virginia and Martha Boxley, children of Joseph Boxley, dec'd, another child of the said Mary Boxley, dec'd, Mary and Elizabeth Boxley, children of Benjmain Boxley, dec'd, another child of the said Mary Boxley, dec' d, John Wills, John Winn and Lucy his wfie, Nancy Boxley, now the widow of John C Boxley, dec'd, which said John, Lucy and nancy are children of John Wills and Lucy Wills, dec'd his wife, who was Lucy Barclay, Joh n, Joshua, Horatio, Lucy Anne, and Elizabeth Wills, children of Horatio Wills, dec'd., another child of the said Lucy Wills, dec'd, James L Oliver and nancy his wife, which said Nancy is a child of Susan Dickinson, dec'd who, in her life time, intermarried with Jas Dickinson Jr , her first husband, and the father of the said last mentioned Nancy, who survived her first husband, the said James Dickinson Jr, and then intermarried with Pallis on Boxley, Robert H Andrews, child of Wm Andrews and Bolina his wife, which said Bolina is a child of the said Susan by her said first husband, James L Holladay and Huldah his wife, Catherine Boxley, George B Nuckolls and Mirah R his wife, Jane and Susanna Boxley, which said Huldah, Catherin e, Mirah R , Jane, and Susannah are children of the said Susan, by the said Pallison Boxley, her second husband.The defendants, George Boxley and C atherine his wife, John Kimbrough and Catherine his wife, Virginia and Mar tha Boxley, James L Oliver and Nancy his wife, and James L Holladay and Hu ldah his wife, not having entered their appearance, and given security acc ording to law and the rules of this Court, and its appearing to the satisf action of the Court, that they are not inhabitants of this State, On the m otion of the plaintiff, by his counsel, It is Ordered, That the said defen dants do appear here on the first day of September Court next, and answ er the bill of the Plaintiff, and that a Copy of this Order be forthwith inserted in the "Enquirer", a paper published in the City of Richmond, for two months successively, and posted at the front door of the Courthou se of this county, on some Court day. A copy Tests, John Hunter, C.L.C Ju ly 9 1830

[XI2385] LVA Titled Files: Survey Report, Captain John Hamilton home and cemetery:                   1936 July 29                   Research made by Nancy S. Pate Cemetery Location:  1.6 miles east of Mineral, Virginia, on Route #618; thence                     north 4.9 miles on Route #604; thence .6 mile west on Route                     #652; thence .2 mile north of road.                     Louisa County This home was first owned by the Nuckolls which is evident from the marker in  the old family cemetery.  Later, it was the home of Captain John Hamilton who  fought in the War Between the States.  Since that time it has changed hands  several times and is now the property of Charles Bullock. The original home burned a number of years ago, and a small modern dwelling built in recent years has replaced the old one.  Only one of the remaining outbuildings still stands and that is the old smoke house, made of logs, with sharp gabled roof. A large cemetery is on this property, but apparently only one marker which bears the following inscription: Myra R. Nuckolls Who died 13th of June 1833 Aged 21 years 9 months

[NI2386] 1870 Claiborne Co, Minden, LA -pg 134 Jane Nuckles, 53 VA Tabitha 22 Al John 10 LA Charles 10 LA There is no evidence that Jane died 1896. She has never been located in  1 880 census.

[NI2387] Info on this family taken from Genealogies of Va Families Volume 1 page 40 5 Will dated 7-2-1858 proved 9-12-1859. Rec W B 15 p72  Execr, Dr. Robe rt N Nuckolls Louisa Co VA Guardian Bonds pg 286 GDN BOND John Spiller Boxley Gdn to Patison Boxley orphan of Jose ph Boxley dec'd. in the sum of (blank); Sec. Geo. and Thos. Boxley, 12 F eb 1798 pg 296-297 Patterson Boxley orphan in acct with John S Boxley Gdn  Mar 179 8-1799 shoes, muslin, linen, duck, brown holland, handk. of silk, strip ed coating; swan down; thread, flanel, land taxl Ret 11 Feb 1799 pg303 Patterson Boxley orphan in acct with John S Boxley Gdn. 1799 Irish l inen, fancy cord, cotton cloth, muslin, 1 fine hatt, broad cloth, button s, fine shoes, stockings, cash 30; by John Wright for hire of Sarah slav e; by David Lipscomb for hire of Bettey; by Joseph Wright for hire of Patt ey; by James Young for hire of Tom. Ret. 10 Feb 1800 Book: N, Page: 214, Grantor: Henry Burrus and John Burrus, Grantee: Pallis on Boxley and John Nunn, Date: 28-Sep-1816 Henry Burrus and John Burrus of Louisa to Pallison Boxley and John Nu nn of same county to secure payment of debts by bond given to Waller Lewi s, Jr. of Louisa for $386.80 on 28 Sep 1816 and due 30 Jul 1819. In trus t, tract on Contrary Creek containing 150 acres adjoining Black Water, Pal lison Boxley, Nathan Harris, main road, Waller Lewis Senr. Sig. Henry Burr us, John Burrus. Wit. George Winn and Nancy Wisdom. Rec. 12 May 1817. Book: Q, Page: 545, Grantor: Anderson Trice and Martha his wife, Archiba ld T. G, Grantee: James Cole Dickenson, Date: 09-Mar-1826 Anderson Trice and Martha his wife, Archibald T. Goodwin and Candace his w ife of Louisa to James Cole Dickenson of same. Trice and Goodwin in own ri ght and as exors. of Joseph Sandidge, dec'd. for $10,513.80 for tract in L ouisa on which Joseph Sandidge resided at the time of his death and by h is will directed to be sold at which sale James C. Dickenson became purcha ser at $13.20 per acre adjoining Henry Tyler in Pallison Boxley line, Boxl ey's old mill pond. Wit. Fred. H. Holladay, Elliot Dejarnette, J. S. Dicke nson, Henry Tyler. Book: U, Page: 437, Grantor: James C. Dickenson and Mary his wife, Grante e: Pallison Boxley, Date: 28-Aug-1834 James C. Dickenson and Mary his wife of Louisa to Pallison Boxley of sa me for $40 for tract on Elk Creek containing 4 acres adj. sd. Boxley, s d. Dickenson, Garland Waddy, Boxley's old mill. Sig. James C. Dickenson. Book: W, Page: 90, Grantor:  , Grantee: Pallison Boxley, Date:  1837 Release of deed of trust William V. M. Hambleton to Pallison Boxley, in tr ust was tract on south side of Contrary Creek adjoining Talley, Dickinso n, Graves, Tyler, Jerdons Mill containing about 250 acres.

[NI2388] Member of a Colonial Family Pioneer settler of New River Valley Came from NC Secured land on the river near the place first selected to build the court house for Grayson Co.,VA Magistrate in Wythe Co Instrumental in getting the territory of Grayson Co cut from Wythe Co.  Ot hers involved were William Bourne, Lewis hale, and Minitree Jones Pad for land on river with ale of a lady's side saddle and another piece p aid for with a flintlock rifle Kept a blacksmith shop above info from Ed Reynolds Other info from WFT Vol 7 tree 4252 Swift, Flower Lieutenant Colonel, Regiment May 21, 1793-Mar. 27, 1810 Swift, Elisha20 Lieutenant ------------ Oct. 26, 1811 Swift, Flower Lieutenant Colonel, Regiment May 21, 1793-Mar. 27, 1810 Swift, Thomas Captain, Cavalry Co., 1st Battn. ----------Aug. 1806

[NI2390] Grayson County, Virginia Slave holders 1800-1860-1850-2 slaves Grayson County Postmasters The following list of post offices and postmasters was abstracted from inf ormation found in the National Archives. The information on file ends in 1 971. Some portions of this list were difficult to read, and it is possib le that some names and or dates are not correct. Grayson C.H.         William Oglesby         Stephen F. Nuckolls     8/25/1823         Wilcox H. Purvis        3/13/1829         James P. Waugh          1/23/1844         Creed Nuckolls          6/29/1857         Discontinued            1/12/1866, mail to Nuckollsville Nuckelsville         Creed Nuckolls          1/18/1866 1860 Grayson Co, VA Agriculture Census Creed Nuckolls 78 acres improved land, 40 acres unimproved land, cash val ue of farm, $2,975., $20 value of farm implements, no horses 1863 Garyson Co, Virginia Tax List- Greenville, Old Town Nuckolls, Creed 350 400 4. Nuckolls, Creed - - - Nuckolls, C. & C. 150 200 2.00 Nuckolls, C. & C. 75 100 1.00 Nuckolls, C. & C. - 30 .30 Nuckolls, C. & C. 180 210 2.10 1863 Grayson County, Virginia Land Tax List - Eastern District Nuckolls, C. & C. 41 « Greenville - 15 2 - 124.50 1.25 Nuckolls, C. & C. 178 Meadow Creek - - 5 - 860 8.60 Nuckolls, C. & C. 285 - - - 2 30 570 5.70 Nuckolls, C. & C. 343 Camp Fork - - 8 1000 2744 27.44 Nuckolls, C. & C. 1 « a. 10 poles - - - 4 - 6.25 .06 Nuckolls, C. & C. 140 New River - - 1 - 140 .140 Nuckolls, C. & C. 120 - - - 1 50 120 1.20 Nuckolls, Clark 1 Church lot, Greenville Nuckolls, Ezra, Estate (MO) 340 Chestnut Creek - 20 .50 - 170 1.70 Virginia at a Quarterly Court continued and held for Grayson County at t he Court House thereof on Thursday the 26th day of February 1861. Present: Hastin Fulton, Presiding Justice and Bryon Darnall, John Stone, R andolph Collins and Andrew Hampton, other Justices. Weldon Edwards for Creed & Clark Nuckolls, Pltfs against Elizabeth Craig, deft. In Chancery. This day came [illegible] on this day to be heard upon the bi ll the papers filed and was argued by counsel and it appearing to the Cou rt that the process awarded in this cause has been executed upon the defen dant for more than 2 months and she having failed to appear and [illegible ], the bill is taken for confessed, and it appearing to the court that t he law in the bill mentioned is liable to be sold for the purchase money t hereof and that the rents and profits would not pay the debt in five year s; it is ordered adjudged and decreed by the court that the trial of law m entioned in the bill be expressed to sale and that Geo. W. Cornett w ho is appointed a commissioner for that purpose do ex... to sale the sa id lands in front of the courthouse & 2 other places in Grayson County a nd sell the said land on credit of 6 months except costs of suit and expen se of sale which he is to collect on day of sale, and take notes payab le to himself commissioner and report to court. Dickenson & Nuckolls, Pltfs against D. Fielder & als., Defts, Notice Judgments, Dismissions & Abatements entered in the Clerk's Office of Grays on County since the last quarterly term of this court and made final by t he operation of law this 27th day of February 1861. Weldon Edwards for C. & C. Nuckolls, Pltf, against Elizabeth Craig, Deft. In debt. Judgment for $66.00 with legal interest thereon from the 10th d ay of September 1858 till paid & the costs.  Tuesday 25th June 1861. Present H. Fulton, Peyton G. Hail, Joseph Stone, John Dickenson, Alexand er Young, Freeling Anderson, Hugh W. Roberts, Bryan Darnall, John W. Parso ns, Andrew Hampton, Stephen Boyer, Gent. Justices. A deed of bargain & sale from G. H. Mathews comr. to Creed Nuckolls was pr oduced in court acknowledged by the said Mathews as his act and deed and o rdered to be recorded. Creed and Clark Nuckolls, Plaintiffs against Elizabeth Craig In Chancery. This cause came on this day to be heard upon the bill the pap ers heretofore said, the former decree the report of G. W. Cornett and w as argued by counsel and it appearing to the court that the report of sa id Cornett has been filed for 30 days and no exceptions having been take n, the same is received and confirmed by the court, and it appearing to t he court from said report that G. W. Cornett has sold the tract of land ac cording to the former decree in this cause, but that Creed Nuckolls, has n ot paid the costs of suit and expense of sale nor executed his note to sa id Cornett for the Purchase money it is adjudged, ordered and decreed by t he court that Creed and Clark Nuckolls pay to Geo. W. Cornett the cos ts of suit, expense of sale and commission on the suite and commissi on on the amount for which the land in the bill mentioned sold,and that af ter all this is paid that said Cornett give Elizabeth Craig credit for t he remainder of the amount for which the land sold on the debt upon whi ch suit was instituted and that Elizabeth Craig pay the balance to said Nu ckolls on said debt, and it is decreed by the court that G. W. Corne tt be appointed a commissioner to make a title with special warranty to t he land in the bill mentioned to Creed & Clark Nuckolls, jointly or separa tely as they may desire and the ends for which this suit was instituted ha ving been fully attained to the interest of parties interested it is order ed that the same be stricken from the docket. J. W. Vaughan for the benefit of Creed Nuckolls against Wm. Pugh & Jacob Hackler In Chancery. This cause came on this day to be heard again upon the bill t he exhibits filed the papers heretofore read the report of G. W. Cornett c ommissioner and was argued by counsel, and it appearing to the court th at the report of said Cornett has been filed more than 30 days and th at no exceptions have been taken to said report, it is received and confir med by the court, and it appearing to the court from said report that t he land in the bill mentioned has been sold by said Cornett at public sa le in front of the court house door after notice according to the ter ms of the decree and that Wm. Pugh purchased the same, it is adjudged orde red and decreed by the court that Wm. Pugh pay over to G. W. Cornett the f our hundred and twenty nine dollars for which the said land sold and th at said Cornett then take to himself the costs of suit expended of sale a nd pay over costs to the parties entitled and then reserve to himself leg al commission on the amount for which the land in the bill mentioned sol d, and then pay over to Creed Nuckolls the amount of his debt and intere st and then pay over to J. W. Vaughn the amount of his debt, mention ed in the report of said Cornett, if there is enough for that purpose a nd after this, if any money remain in his hands of the debt due from Wm. P ugh then pay it over to said Pugh when the said Pugh pays the four hundr ed and twenty-nine dollars to G. W. Cornett then said Cornett is appoint ed commissioner to convey to Wm. Pugh with special warranty the land in bi ll mentioned but the said land is bound to G. W. Cornett for the four hund red and twenty-nine dollars for which said Cornett may sell said land, aft er 20 days notice if the money is not paid to him by Wm. Pugh or some oth er person as it appears that said Pugh failed to give security to Corne tt as the former decree required in this case and it appearing to the cou rt that the ends for which this suit was instituted have been fully attain ed to the satisfaction of the parties interested it is ordered that the sa me be stricken from the docket. Virginia at a quarterly court begun and held for Grayson County at the Cou rt house thereof on Monday the 28th day of October 1861. Present Hughes W. Roberts, Presiding Justice and Joseph Ross, Stephen Boye r, Stephen F. Anderson other justices. Ordered that Creed Nuckolls be and he is hereby appointed a school commiss ioner in district No. [blank] in Grayson County in the room of James Ander son was appointed by a former order which was done by mistake. Creed Nuckolls in 1856 in Ashe County. The lady there said that it was a c riminal record maybe a murder case because all was listed was Creed Nuckol ls vs. Joseph Hampton and witness were listed : H.D. Brown, Jarvis Harri s, James P. Toliver, Col. A. Gentry. Most of the old records were se nt to the Archives. I did make a copy. Is this the Creed  Nuckolls that tr aveled to N.C? copies from a small book. A couple of titles" Declaration of James Co x" & "Declaration of Benjamin Phipps,***  I found an article (pages) o ut of a book that mentioned Creed Nuckolls name. This article was se nt to me in 1985 by someone who had researched the Shepherds Line.>>Some y ears after the first store house was built and goods being sold in it, the re was another store house built on the opposite side of the creek near er to the Fields house. The first merchant to sell goods in that house w as a man by the name of Weaver. After him came James Waugh and Creed Nucko lls. After them came Weldon Edward who rented the store, sold goods for se veral years, then moves to the east side of Pine Mountain. After Edward s, McLean and Hale sold goods up to the beginning of the Civil War. Aft er the war was over two young Confederate solders, Charley Evans, who befo re the war lived at Baltimore, and Captain Blankenship, from Fredericksbur g, Va. drifted here. Neither could go back at that time in account if t he Federal army having possession of their homes. During the war Evans h ad lost his right arm and Capt. Blankenship his right leg. They drifted he re and by some means got a small stock of goods and continued in the busin ess a few years. Before them came W.J. Neikirk who sold goods and bought h orses for the southern market. He married while here Miss Leutitia Ross. A fter a few years he moved up near Grassy Creek, N.C EARLY BUSINESS (STORES) Ezra Nuckolls opened the first store and hot el in Independence. In 1853, he sold out his businesss here and moved to M issouri. Stephen M Dickey took over the hotel building, apparently as an o rdinary. Ezra, Creed, and Charles Nuckolls, sons of Robert G. Nuckolls for med a partnership with William Oglesby, and went into the merchantile busi ness. They were the first merchants at the Grayson County seat. They had b ranch houses at Bridle Creek and Elk Creek. They, except Ezra, continu ed  in business here until after the Civil War, when the business became t hat of Nuckolls and Dickenson. Another early firm to locate here was th at of Nuckolls and Jennings. Theirs was a branch house of their busine ss in Oldtown.(Grayson County: A History in Words and Pictures) by Grays on Co. Historical Society, Va. 1976 pg. 307 Grayson County Courthouse Orders Book Vol. 1867-1869 page 363. THE COURT DOTH APPOINTED MASTIN HAI L, GUARDIAN TO RIBERT, LEE AND CHARLES NUCKOLLS INFANT HEIRS OF CREED NUCK OLLS DECEASED AND THE SAID MASTIN HAIL TOGETHER WITH ELI--LE (?) HALE H IS SECURITY APPEARED IN THE COURT AND ENTERED INTO AND ACKNOWLEDGED A BO ND IN THE PENALTY OF ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS AS SUCH GUARDIAN WHICH BOND IS C ONDITIONED ACCORDING TO LAW

[NI2391] Grayson County, Virginia Slave holders 1800-1860 NUCKOLLS, CLARK 1840-1: 1850-4 Grayson Co, Death Records Nuckolls], Rafe  Black  Male   5 May 1857  -  Palsey  70y  -  -  -  -  Cla rk Nuckolls, owner 1870 Grayson Co, VA Census 278.Nuckolls, Clark           62            Farmer    2500      700 Rosamond           52 Sophia                22 Mary                   21 Margarett            17 Malinda              34 Stephen              10 Betty                    8 William S.          27            Farm Laborer        1000 500 Susan                24            Keeping House The 1890 Grayson County, Virginia Land Tax List The Village of Old Town Nuckolls, Clark Church Lot Old Town District Brick Office The land for the site of the first court house of Grayson County was furni shed by Flower Swift and Clark Nuckolls. There were two courthouses bui lt for the county. The last one is still standing and after the courthou se was moved to Independence, the building was occupied by William Waugh a nd used as a home and hotel. The little brick building across the stre et on the corner was built and used as the clerk's office but just when th is building was erected I do not know but it must be one of the oldest bui ldings standing in the county. After the court was moved to Independence t his building has been used for the post office, until just recently wh en it was discontinued. Source "Pioneer Settlers of Grayson Co" by Benjam in F Nuckolls 1860 Grayson Co, VA Agricultural Census Clark Nuckolls, 185 acres improved land, 815 acres unimproved land, land v alue $6,000., value of farm tools, $160, 9 horses, no asses or mules, 13 M ilch Cows, 6 working oxen, 15 other cattle, 42 sheep, 23 swine, value of l ivestock, $1,093. 1863 Grayson County, Virginia Land Tax List - Eastern District Nuckolls, C. & C. 41 « Greenville - 15 2 - 124.50 1.25 Nuckolls, C. & C. 178 Meadow Creek - - 5 - 860 8.60 Nuckolls, C. & C. 285 - - - 2 30 570 5.70 Nuckolls, C. & C. 343 Camp Fork - - 8 1000 2744 27.44 Nuckolls, C. & C. 1 « a. 10 poles - - - 4 - 6.25 .06 Nuckolls, C. & C. 140 New River - - 1 - 140 .140 Nuckolls, C. & C. 120 - - - 1 50 120 1.20 Nuckolls, Clark 1 Church lot, Greenville 1793. Minitree Jones survey the road from the mouth of Elk Creek to the ri ver at the dividing line between Nuckolls and Jones; William Blevins fr om thence to the top of the ridge beyond Mae's Branch; Abraham Hardwick fr om thence to the Carolina line. Grayson County Courthouse CLARK VS CREED IN CHANCERY BOOK SEPT 12, 1832-JUNE 14, 1869 BOOK VOL( ?) It listed several page numbers 682, 684, 700, 737, 749, and 814. Cla rk wanted to sell their partnership out for a equal value of the busine ss C & C. Another item CREED NUCKOLLS UNCLE, ROSEMOND NUCKOLLS MOTHER, CLA RK NUCKOLLS FATHER FARMER CHILD BORN UNNAMED ON SEPT 10 Dates on book 3 1, Dec. 1858.

[XI2391] Cemetery book of Grayson County says died 2/25/1890 aged 82y 1m 28d

[NI2392] Died unmarried, probably deceased by 1820, as there are only 4 sons livi ng in the 1820 Census

[NI2393] Died unmarried probably deceased by 1820, as there are only 4 sons living in the 1820 Census

[NI2394] Being a Master Mason of the Cambria Lodge, the funeral services were in ch arge of the Masons; burial in Cayucos Cemetery, Calif.  Nathaniel Nuckol ls moved to Mo. 1845, from VA., taught school; m. 1845, Cass Co., Mo ., to Sarah Fine, b. Jan. 16, I828, d.1889, buried in Paso Robles Cemeter y, California. Nathaniel's first trip to California was made in 1849 by s ea around Cape Horn, South America, during the Gold Rush days in Calif .; he mined gold in Placer, Butte, Lassen, and other Counties along the Si erra Nevada Mountains.  Returned to Mo. 1851 via Isthmus of Panama, Gu lf of Mexico, and the Mississippi River.  He left Independence, Mo., Ap r. 1852, with his family of wife and 2 sons, in ox-drawn covered wagons ac ross the plains to Calif.  Following the trail along the North Platte Riv er to Wyoming, crossing the state to Independence Rock, located in the sou thwest corner of Wyoming. where the long wagon train spent 2 days repairi ng wagons and resting the stock.  There on July 4, 1852, little Margaret N uckolls was born.  Crossing Nevada via Humbolt Sink, Nev., then on throu gh the Truckee Pass (south of Reno, Nev.) to California, their long 6 mont hs journey was ended Oct. 1852 in Sonoma Co., Calif., which borders on t he Pacific Ocean, at the ranch of John Swift (a relative).  Nathaniel Nuck olls was the first County Assessor of Sonoma Co., and held this office f or a number of years.  Of the 16 children: Holt, Mary Virginia, Frederi ck and William were born in Sonoma Co.; their next move was to Marin Co. R anch: where George, Jeffie, Thomas, Maria, Sena and Flora were born.  A 6 00 acre ranch in San Luis Obispo County. on Old Creek was the next mo ve of this large family, a distance Of 300 miles, taking 4 weeks' time wi th many large wagons of belongings, horses, and cows, crossing the San Fra ncisco Bay on flatboats, arriving Oct. 1869.  So life began again on Old C reek, where a large house, big brick dairy barn, huge horse barn were so on built; they were kept busy making cheese and butter, and a lot of farmi ng.  The last 3 of the I6 children were born here, Creed, Hugh and Jak e.  Finding the burden too great to operate the ranch, it was sold; Nathan iel and his remaining family moved to Paso Robles in San Luis Obispo Co ., Calif., Aug.1, 1889.  'The doors of the Great Beyond were opened ' a nd on August 13, 1889, a very great man and father passed through. Letter written by Nathaniel Nuckolls , from Petaluma, Calif, May 21, 18 67 to his Sister Patsy Nuckolls husband John Brown, Esq., Nuckollsville, G rayson Co, VA Dear Brother I received yours March 19th while on my way to San Francisco, I mailed a l etter to Sister Sena, I was glad to hear from you, it amused me to re ad it while on the Boat, to San Francisco, and called to mind my Native la nd, while gliding down the beautiful stream of Petaluma ' Creek & across t he smooth & beautiful Bay of San Francisco-you compare the stormy weath er which was passing over you at the time of your writing to Cal wether -& seem to think we have six months rain & six months drought, now to disa buse your mind, I will say that we have less rain, (no Snow or Sleet) in w inter than you have there, or in other words we have more clear Sun Shi ne through the winter months than you have there, The Thurmometer never ri ses higher here in summer, than there, we wear as heavy clothing here in s ummer as in winter, except when raining, we sleep under from 2 to 3 blanke ts winter & summer, no portion of the world produces finer wheat, Corn, Po tatoes, Barley, Oats, Rye, in fact grains of all kinds, as for garden vegi tables, I have raised Beets weighed 46 lb, parsnips that measured 3ft 8 i n, Cabbage heads 25 to 30 lbs, Pumpkins, more than you Could Carry, Turnip s, i for a mess for a Family of I2, & all without irrigation, you will thi nk it strange, but, no stranger than true, our crops are some times Cut Sh ort, for want of rain here as it is there, we generally have a shower abo ut this time of year, which forces out the heads of the small grain, th en we have heavy fogs, Something like you have there at night, which blo ws off about 8 or 9 o'clock, there is scarcely a day thru the year th at we cant haul a load to market if we have it I have ground 2 sythes & st arted the 2 oldest boys to mowing, we are still making Cheese, some 6o l bs per day, I will take a load in tomorrow, the rest of the children a re at school, -I do not sit down to write you because it is snowing or th at I have nothing else to do, for the sun is shining the day is pleasan t, I have my hands full, but I can always take time to write to a Frien d, tho I fear I shall do injustice to myself in this, from the fact th at I am in a difficulty with one of my Neighbors about a 40 acres of lan d, Lawsuits in this Country are very expensive, this was forc ed on me & I must see it through, I have no fear of losing the land, bu t, dread the Cost,- We are very quiet here Politically our present Crops a re not so flattering as last year I think I can see a ray of light ahead f or you rebbles, but you should be patient, obedient to the laws, observi ng to keep your own council, There,was a judgment rendered against Gener al McDowel (of Bull run notoriety) now of this state for false imprisonme nt of one whom he supposed to be a rebel sympathiser, for the Sum of $6 oo damages &quite a number, more will if they have not already institut ed suit There is a day a coming when there will be a general over haulin g, am sorry that you was disappointed in paper I sent you, I was not awa re of what you wished to know, we frequently get interesting news from jap an, China, Sand Which  Islands, & in fact all parts of the Civilized worl d, tho we do not get it in every paper, if I mistake not I sent You tha t, to show the Prices Currant, more than any thing else, tho if I get a ny thing from those Countries, that I think it will interest you I will se nd it, I have written so many letters back there, & so much, & suppose y ou see all, that I scarcely know,know or what, to write to interest yo u, I have often, years ago, tried to describe the Country, Climate, & Seas ons, & now think it useless to try again, when I learned you was goi ng to leave Va., & go west, I bad a feint hope that I should be able to Pi lot you, to one of the most pleasant Climates in the world, but was unab le to hear any thing from you until long after my return to Cal. with my F amily, now as for Missouri or Ioway, I would not live there if they wou ld give me the whole Country, Cal Suits me very well, yet I find some diss atisfied & I fear they would be dissatisfied if they were in heaven Gi ve my love to Sister Patsy & and the Children, Mother & the Connexion gene rally, including old Friends & c, & c, receive for yourself the best wish es of N. Nuckolis P.S. It is now Cow time 4 oclock P. M. you will see from the bobble I ma de in dating my letter that it is an off hand concern, & that my mind is t oo heavily Taxed at present, to do justice to myself in a letter.  N. N. At Home, San Antonio, Marin Co. Petaluma Cal. March I7, 1868.  Dear Sister & Brother, it is with pleasure that I am ab le to inform you that we are all well & doing the best we can for our selv es & Country, we as you, had a favorable Fall the Grass started fi iiel y, but, when the rains did, sett in, the like I have never seen, I think w hen reported by the proper weather Guage it will be found that more watt er has fallen this winter,than Since the settling of California, yet we ha ve had little or no loss of stock, I Commencied about the ist of Feb. to m ake Cheese, & have not missed a milking since,I have sold near $200 wor th of Cheese now, & am just farly Cornmencied, Cheese is worth fr om 14 to i6 cts per lb, butter 30 to 35 cts per lb - we are now milki ng 32 Cows, - We make a little outsidewith our Team, Yet it is hard to ke ep our heads out above water, our land Claims are not sittled yet, Continu al expence with Lawyers & Litigants, tho I hope the day is dawning, unle ss we get into another War, The Telegraph brings us gloomy news from Washi ngton, our Legislature passed resilutions to Sutain the President, which w as forwarded by the Govenor, the Senate also passed resolutions sustaini ng Congress, which the Govenor refused to forward, John, if you have any n otion of coming to this Country, I would say to you that if you can bri ng enough with  you to secure a Dairy Ranch (or Farm as you Call it) & sto ck it with Cows you need not fear of a Comfortable living, I came to C al a $iooo worse than nothing in I852 with my Family, paying heavy intere st on money I now have but little, unless I get my land - Tho I have Suppl ied My Family, (a large one) with all necessaries & some of the Luxuri es of life, vou know I was not very rugged in health, when I left hom e, & the climate of Mo made it worse, yet I have weried along, til with in a few days I shall be 55 years of age - When I look back it See ms to be but a few months ago, but, thus is life,- I am glad to hear the l ast paper I sent you, pleased you, it expresses my sentiments fully, our S tate is disposed to do all in its power now to ameliorate the conditi on of the South, - There is an eliment in this State not Superior to the N egro in your state, which the same doctrine, (Universal Brotherhood) wou ld force on her Citezens, (Chinese) now the greatest & first yelpers for t he Negro, were those that knew the least about them, but Sympathy, throug h, Abolistion Tracts & incendiary Novel tales, such as Uncle Tom's Cabin & c, &c, -I have got to see the first inteligent Northern man who has trav el thro the South,- made himself acquainted with the Negro, & the Institut ions of the South but what were oppose to, (at least) social equality, o ur state is in favor of State Soverenity as expressed in the Constitutio n, I hope for the best but fear you will not get this, the avinues thro wh ich this should pass may be Closed ere this gets half way to you, I deplo re the next Revolution, it will leave us (U S) like our Sister Republic (M exico) which is deplorable indeed I am glad to hear from any of you, I rec eived a very kind letter from Brother Thos. a Short time since & answer ed it, as I tliot in tile same Spirit, hope he will write again soon, al so Cyrus is debted to me, Creed, is behind time, Clark does not write atal l, you always speak of some old Friend or acquaintance in your litters, wh ich gives pain or pleasure, just as the Case may be Concerning them not be cause of your writing, but of the thing Concerning them, Every thing perta ining to the People & Country there is yet fresh in my mind, if I cou ld be at a Public gathering, there I could recognize at a great distance m any old familiar Faces (Probily long since in the grave) Now it see ms to me that I would know you or Sister Patsy, either a foot or horseba ck 1/2 mile off, John, I have just got through with Cheese a bout 6o lbs 1 /2 past 11 , A M, dineier near ready going to Petaluma tomorrow with Chee se to Sell, roads muddy, 5 miles distant to Petaluma, excuse this as the re are many blotches & omisions, but read Carefully & remember who it is f rom, you cant fail to get the Spirit & jist of what, I wished to say -I re collect well when there was a proposition of tile Legislature of Va to ame nd the Constitution of that State which proposition Nvas submitted to t he whole People of the State & Will Oglesby was Elected as a delegate fr om our District to the Cotivention - I understand that when the Constituti on of tile U S, has to be altered or amended should be treated in the Sa me way, We, i c tile People in this State have not been Called on to Vo te on the amendment or alteration of the Constitution of the U S, I do n ot think it can become a law until 2/3 of all the States pass up on it & in favor of it, Mob law may rule for a time, but let us hope for t he better - The Grand Army of the Republic is straining its utmost nerv es here Receive the best wishes of my self & Family, for yourself & Fami ly & Friends generally N Nuckolls Cayucos, San Luis Obispo Co., Cal., Nov.1 6, 1881 Old Town, Grayson Count y, Va. Dear Brother your very interesting  letter Of the 2nd ult come to hand yes terday evening. (I never Wait for Gabril's Horn,) I scarcely know how to i nterest you, from the fact that you know but little about our state or Cli mate, & to give you an idea of it would take a Volun of Fools Cap, we ha ve passed through a very extraordinary season, Weve had an abundance of ra in, tho no great freshet, in the vallies, the rain seemed to sink in the g round, but dried on top as fast as it sank & when you started your pl ow it was hard on top but soft below, & broke up in large Clods, consequen tly our crops was short, but prices have ruled higher, Flour 5. d 5 1/2 p er bbl (2oolbs) Corn 1 1/2 per lb we sell here by the pound & not by the b ushel our state seems to improve in Morality not withstanding we have a Po pulation mixed up from all parts of the world the Swifts are taking- the l ead in the Dairy business & are very quiet Citizens, bys land &- Cows, tak es the oath of allegiance to our Government & become voters, & nearly a ll vote the Republican ticket, The Chinaman Comes here to make money & ret urn to China, taking every cent he can get back with him They are a very t reacherous Class of people, worse than the Negros of the South How are you getting along with the Negroes on Election Times now I was nev er opposed to giving the Negro his freedom in a proper way, but bitterly o pposed to giving them the Ballot & making them an equal with the Caucasi on rase for all they have, they owe it to slavery they are now Canabl es in their own Country John, in your letter to me you mentioned meny nam es that I was familiar with, William Borin, Elias Lundy, Rachael Lunda y, & Payton Hale is Your Demacratic State Senator, He was a Smart little b oy when I knew him. John I am very sorry that the Republicans & Demacrats are mixing up, Democ racy means government by the People, Republicanism is Only the shadow of D emacracy, & they are running after it to get an office, & when they get i t, it is to fill their own pockets, See what they have done Since they ha ve been in poster, just doubled their Salaries Excuse me I am spreading o ut in polittics.  Please give my respects to John Dickersons, (I thi nk he has forgotten me) Tho I have not forgotten him I am glad to hear y ou are going to get New River navigable to the mouth of Wilson Creek, I do nt know what You will do, you will have to build a Ferry boat to get ov er to Old Town, unless the Steam Boat Co puts on a bridge or ferry boa t, if all the old fords will be deepened so that you cant ford it horse ba ck, John, I have jotted down a few lines just as they occured to me, I mu st say in conclusion, that you & I are passing a way according to the la ws of Nature I have not been able to ride horse back for the last 3 year s, but still able to get around the Ranch & keep things going, my limbs do nt work like they used to.  I am as Ever Yours &c N Nuckolis P.S. Please Except this & write at your convenience.  I hope to be ab le to interest next time more.  Give my respects to all inquiring friend s, & Receive for yourself & Family the best wishes of N Nuckolls History of San Luis Obispo County, California : with illustrations and bio graphical sketches of its prominent men and pioneers. Oakland, Calif.: Thompson & West, 1883, 503  pgs Patrons Directory pg 390 - Nuckolls, N - Old Creek- Dairy- Virginia Nati ve Came to state in 1849, Came to County 1869 , Cayucos Post Office, - 4 57 acres 8/1/1849 Johnson Co, MO Clinton Land Office 40 acres        Document Nr.: 28741         Accession/Serial Nr.: MO1570__.130         BLM Serial Nr.: MO NO S/N        NESE 32/ 47-N 28-W No 5th PM Democratic Standard December 1870 Location: San Luis Obispo MR. NUCKOLLS writes us from Old Creek. He wishes us to notify the public t hat he has taken up four hogs, sows, for which he wants an owner Democratic Standard May 1871 Location: San Luis Obispo REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. N. NUCKOLLS and wife to Samuel KINGERRY, two acres of land, more or les s, in the county of San Luis Obispo. Price $300. Democratic Standard June 1871 Location: San Luis Obispo The following gentlemen were declared elected Delegates to the Convention Old Creek-James VAUGHN, Alfred BURDEN, A.J. HUDSON, and N. NUCKOLLS; Family researcher: Theresa Connolly" From Herb 2/2007 corl.h@comcast.net Nathaniel and Sarah left MO in April, 1852 for CA.  This was Nathaniel's s econd trip to CA.  The story of both trips is amazing.  They take the Oreg on Trail from Independence, MO in Apr. 1852 and head for CA.  Their thi rd child, Margaret, was born on the trail at Independence Rock, WY on Ju ly 4, 1852.  They arrive in Sonoma Co., CA (where I live) several months l ater.   I am connected through Nathaniel Nuckolls' (b. 1815) wife,  Sar ah Ann Fine.  My grandmother, on my Mother's side of the family, was Sar ah Loutishie Fine.  My ancestry software tells me that I have to go ba ck to Thomas Fine and Agnes Merchant to find the common ancestor of the t wo Sarah's.  The two Sarah's are 3rd cousins to each other, once remove d. The Nuckolls family lived a hard life, but they lived in some of the mo st beautiful parts of California.  In the years they were here, the land i tself must have seemed like a paradise The Sonoma Democrat August 1889 Location: Santa Rosa  Description: Weekly Publication Augu st 3, 1889 Died at Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo Co., Aug. 13, 1889, Nathaniel NUCKOLL S, aged 74y 4m 26d.

[XI2395] A marble shaft marks his resting place in the family cemetery near the N & W Railroad at Gambetta, Va Nuckolls-Dillon Cemetery Beautiful marble monument with four surnames on the base                   Nuckolls - Swift - Leonard - Stone   12  NUCKOLLS, Thomas                Apr 5 1817     Jan 21 1903            F: Robert Garland Nuckolls            M: Margaret "Peggy" (Swift) Nuckolls                 W: Jestin Charlotte Stone   13  NUCKOLLS, Jestin Charlotte (Stone) Oct 29 1832  Jan 12 1912            F: John Stone            M: Mary (Leonard) Stone                 H: Thomas Nuckolls       Also on the same stone are the names of their children:       T Hugh-Nathaniel-Ellis V-Henry C-Chester B-Elbert L-       Sarah Margaret-Berta Stone in Nuckolls Cemetery Grayson Co, VA is a Hugh Nuckolls son of Robert and Margaret died 7/26/1852 however never found in census and this Hugh lived a long time and parents confirmed to also be Robt and margaret.

[NI2397] Died unmarried

[NI2399] Sena, age 31 was found in the 1850 Wythe Co, VA Census pg245 living with H enry Sprinkle family. There is a Senah Nuckols who married a Lorenzo Dow Collins 10/23/1850 Wyt he Co, VA 1860 Census -Collins, L. D. Age:  40  Gender:  M     Race:  W     Birthplace:  VA   State:  Virgin ia     County:  WYTHE Locale:  WYTHEVILLE P O   Series:  M653  Roll:  1385 Part:  1 Page:  9 06 . His wife Senah Nuckols is age 30. They have a son Adam age 8.  It is possible this might be the c hild of Robert Garland Nuckolls from Grayson Co, VA.  Berthas books shows she was born c 1818, b ut her DOB has not been verified. The 1820 census for Robert shows a daugh ter under age 5, placing her age in the correct bracket. I have reason to believe  this Senah is the same . Since neither Loren zo or Sena Collins are found in the 1880 census, it gives more circumstanc ial evidence in support. More confusing is a cemetery record in Nuckolls Cemetery Grayson Co, VA of a Sena Nuckolls died 11/12 or 18 1857 or 1862 , notes in book say child of Robert and Margaret

[DI2399] Name: «tab»Sena Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»13 Nov 1887 Death Place: «tab»Carroll, Virginia Age: «tab»62 Birth Date: «tab»1825 Birthplace: «tab», Grayson, Virginia Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Single Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Robert Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Margaret Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B02466-1 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2056976 Reference Number: «tab»p83c79 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5RV-V8N : accessed 7 April 2012), Sena Nuckolls (1825).

[DI2400] deaths in Grayson Co. 1865 Elizabeth d. 26, July of consumption age 37 a nd one mo. Parents: Martin & Susan Hale and listed Creed Nuckolls  as he ad of household and born in Va. ELIZABETH NUCKOLLS DIED OF CONSUMPTION AGE 37 AND CREED WAS NAMED AS PERS ON GIVING INFORMATION Name: «tab»Elizabeth Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»26 Jul 1865 Death Place: «tab»Virginia Age: «tab»37 Birth Date: «tab»1828 Birthplace: «tab»Virginia Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Unknown Spouse's Name: «tab»Creed Nuckolls Father's Name: «tab»Mastin Hale Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Susan Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07002-3 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2056981 Reference Number: «tab»e 24 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRQC-F7V : accessed 7 April 2012), Elizabeth Nuckolls (1828).

[NI2401] JONES FUNERAL PARLOR GALAX VIRGINIA RECORD OF DEATHS and COFFINS BOUGHT 1905-1936 June 7 1906  Purchaser Robert Nuckolls Coffin and box 5.00

[NI2403] Supplemental Schedules for the Defective, Dependent and Delinquent Class es - Grayson County, Virginia, 1880 Idiots                Residence      Supporting     Size of head Nuckolls, Lee  Independence   Partly                Sma ll

[BI2403] Name: «tab»Nuckles Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»26 Oct 1855 Birthplace: «tab»Grayson, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Creed Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Elizabeth Nuckles Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C86875-3 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»31758 Reference Number: «tab»p 12 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5DP-MLZ : accessed 6 April 2012), Nuckles (1855).

[NI2406] Source of first name is Census records, and Grayson Co , VA birth records.

[NI2407] Hale, Stephen Ensign, Rifle Co., 2nd Battn. Oct. 1806 Hale, Stephen Ensign, Rifle Co., 2nd Battn. Aug. 1806 These people were guardians to a Stephen Hale, Jr.  This may have been o ur Stephen M. Hail (Hale), son of Stephen Hale, Sr's sister Mary.These peo ple were guardians for a Stephen Hale, Jr.  Was it our Stephen M. Hale? Hale, Francis Ensign, Rifle Co., 2nd Battn. --------- Promoted Hale, John Constable, 2nd Battalion May 21, 1793 Hale, Lewis Lieutenant Mar. 28, 1809 Hale, Richard Lieutenant, 2nd Co., 2nd Battn. May 21, 1793 Hale, Stephen Ensign, Rifle Co., 2nd Battn. Oct. 1806 Hale, Stephen Ensign, Rifle Co., 2nd Battn. Aug. 1806

[XI2407] aged 70y 6m 22d, stone refurbished and reset in 1992.

[NI2409] I am a descendent of Amelia Gwyn Nuckolls  Sandy Williams mswms1@centuryte l.net

[NI2411] 1890 Grayson Co, VA Tax List Nuckolls, B. F. 195 1/2  acres      2   Value$ 391 Author of "Pioneer Settlers of Grayson Co.,VA" when quite young, clerked in his father's store at Grayson C. H.; educat ed at Jefferson Academy, Ashe Co., N. C.; licensed to preach May 3I, 186 1; admitted to the Aleth.  Church South Holston Conference at Greenvill e, Tenn., Oct. 1861.  His home at Nuckolls Healing Springs was one of t he early show places of Grayson Co., and he was for many years one of t he leading Methodist ministers of this area. He was the author of Pione er Settlers of Grayson County, Virginia.  " lt is with unfeigned pleasu re that I write these lines ... the author himself is one of the old pione er families who, by their courage and stalwart virtues, made Southweste rn Virginia the garden spot of the world-  'The land of the free, and t he home of the brave.' The book is a recital of facts-a garner for preserv ing for posterity, a history of the brave doings of the men and women of t he generations gone by ... will be read by this and coming generations, n ot only in the happy homestead, the hills and valleys of Southwestern Virg inia, but in many other states. . . . in the far off western plains will r ead with thrilling interest story after story of the early days of their f athers and grandfathers who felled the forest and drove the wolves and bea rs from their lurking dens, and built their log cabins by the spring.  T he springs of laughing waters are still there, but the log cabins of the p ioneers are gone -and beautiful homesteads, waving harvests and lowing lie rds tell of the comfort and good cheer of the country.  The ramshackle sch ool house, in which the children learned their A B C's in the years long g one, are replaced with academies and high schools of architectural taste a nd adapted to educational purposes.  And instead of the log cabin or humb le private home of the settlers in which the 'circuit-rider' used to condu ct divine services, now the 'church-going-bell ' in every neighborhood cal ls the people to worship in elegant houses of worship.-------" The book te lls the how of all this change and the worthy author merits the hearty tha nks of all for putting the story in permanent form for preservation. I cor dially commend it to nook lovers of the day" Rev David Sullins Classified Business Directory 1888-1889 for Grayson County Old Town - Preston Osborne, S. N. Nuckolls, B. F. Nuckolls, S. M. Hale, W. P. Waug h, John Brown, Houstin Edwards, Joshua Austin, T. J. McClamart, H. F. Will iams, H. Williams, J. B. Coldwell, E. P. Givens, C. M. Howard, T. Patto n, J. Higgins, J. Todd, M. D. Tarrowe.

[DI2411] Name: «tab»Benjamin Floyd Nuckolls Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»04 Apr 1919 Event Place: «tab»Cleveland, Bradley, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»80-5-15 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1839 Birth Date: «tab»10/20/1838 Birthplace: «tab» Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Clark Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother: «tab»Rosamond B. Hale Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Galax VA Burial Date: «tab»4/6 Informant: «tab»Mrs J E Johnston Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183643 Image Number: «tab»1090 Film Number: «tab»1299698

[NI2413] 1890 Grayson Co, Tax List Nuckolls, W. S. Est. 23 Camp Fork     3   69 Nuckolls, W. S. Est. 71       2 100 142 Nuckolls, W. S., Est. 41 Pilot Ridge   17 1.50   61.50 Nuckolls, W. S., Est. 15       1.50   22.50 Nuckolls, W. S., Est. 3       1.50   4.50 Nuckolls, W. S., Est. 36       1.50   54 Nuckolls, W. S., Est. 26       1.50   39 Nuckolls, W. S. Est. 22       1.50   33 Grayson Countians in the Civil War NUCKOLLS, WILLIAM SWIFT: 17, 1860 GCC HH#443, Co. C, 8th VA Cav., Reen l. on 4/27/62 at Crump's Bottom, WV, probably originally Enl. on 7/27/61 i n Grayson Co. WIA in foot on 7/29/64, in Maryland on raid on Chambersburg, P A. Furloughed. Age 27, Farm Laborer, 1000, 500, 1870 GCC. Early Fashions displayed by Katye Dickenson Nuckolls approx 8 to 10 yea rs of age. A house is shone on part of 2000 acres bought by Charles Nuckol ls in 1783. The house was built in 1874 by William Swift (Bud) Nuckolls a nd is occupied today by Mrs. Heath Nuckolls.(Grayson Co. A History  in Wor ds and Pictures) Grayson Co. Historical Societ y. William Swift Nuckolls, second son of Clarke S. Nuckolls and his wife, Ro sa Bourne Hale, joined the 8th Virginia Cavalry Co. in 1861. His captain w as Dr. Wm. Bamblett. Wm. Swift Nuckolls was wounded in Maryland in 186 4. He partially recovered from his wounds, and in 1868 was married the fir st time to Miss **Susan B. Hale, daughter of Martin Hale and wife, Jeste na Hale, of Leesburg, Cherokee county, Alabama. (See sketch of Hale family .) From this union, one daughter, Lelia B. Nuckolls, who married William P. W augh. She was his second wife, and to them were born one son, Swift, and o ne daughter, Susan. Swift Waugh is being educated at the Virginia Polytech nic Institute at Blacksburg, Va., and Susan is in school at Martha Washing ton College, Abingdon, Va. William Swift Nuckolls married the second time Miss Fannie M. Kinzer, daug hter of Michael Kinzer and wife, Annie Tunner, of Hillsville, Va.; issu e: three daughters, Annie, Susan Viola, Amelia Clyde; two sons, John Micha el, Alexander Heath. ** Susan does not appear in any census with Martin Hale. She appea rs as a child of Martins cousin Dudley Hale in both the 1850 and 1860 cens us. My great grandfather was also the son of William swift and Susan ha le  or at least that is what HIS marriage says...This was a Brick wall f or us for years untill we found their Marriage in Raleigh county. His Na me was Calvin Porter Nichols and to the best we can figure out he was rais ed by a Martha Nickols /Nuckols in wythe county after susans death he mu st have been living with them too long to be recovered like Lelia was.. .I have not been able to figure out who Marthas husband was or what the ir relation was to william swift and would love to know...If you can he lp me in any way I would Love to have any info that might point me to them ....Calvin married  Martha Belle Jewell and they had My grandfather Erne st ...there are a few of us floating around out here that would love to so lve this mystery...I thank you in advance.. My name is Doris Meadows a nd I live in Md.I have one brother in Va and one sister in Tenn all from t his line.We first located William swift and Susan hale living with his par ents and the date was after Lelia and Calvin were born...we are assuming S usan was ill and since it was during the civil war and we know william swi ft was in the war and was injured ...we assume she stayed with his paren ts and the kids were sent to live with others.. After he remarried after s usans death Lelia was somehow returned to them.. Calvin was not we found h im in a census with a Martha as the head of house hold in wythe county,,be fore he was married.in Raleigh county..His parents are listed as william s wift and susan on their marriage.....My family knew little about him a nd I was told he was know as silent Cal...My only memory of him was as a c hild at his wake...My grand mother lived to be 95 and as dumb as I was I n ever thought about genealogy.... I know that my mother tells that calvin w as injured in the mines and  supported them during the depression on his p ension of 1 dollar a day.. Doris Iammom2u2@aol.com

[NI2414] Comments on the Cemetery page says - Gordon http://www.ls.net/~newriver/va/nuckcem.htm

[DI2414] Name: «tab»Sopha L. Ward Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»19 Mar 1878 Death Place: «tab»Grayson, Carroll, Virginia Age: «tab»30 Birth Date: «tab»1848 Birthplace: «tab»Grayson, Virginia Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»B. E. Ward Father's Name: «tab»Clark Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Rosamond Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07002-3 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2056981 Reference Number: «tab»e 45 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRQZ-9KQ : accessed 7 April 2012), Clark Nuckolls in entry for Sopha L. Ward (1848).

[XI2414] Grayson Co Cemetery book records borth 10/30/1844 and death 6/15/25 1869?

[NI2416] Moved with her brother Benjamin to McMinn Co, TN and returned to Virginia

[DI2416] Book: Wythe County, Virginia Annotated Death Records 1915-1917, Vol. II Compiled and Annotated by Joyce Shelton Luck, 2008. Page 82 DORTHULA GERTRUDE UMBARGER: White, female, widow, housewife; b: April 09, 1850 in Old Town, Grayson Co., VA, d: January 24, 1916 in residence in Galax, Grayson Co., VA; Age at death: 65 years, 5 months, 15 days old; Time of death 9:00 a.m.; Cause of death: carcinoma of liver, Physician: H. A. Dalton; Father: Clark Nucholls (sp. this way), VA, Mother: Rosamond Hale, Grayson., Co. VA, Spouse: (1) Robert Rogers & (2) William Albert Umberger, Wythe Co., VA; Informant: George W. Todd, Galax, VA; Burial site: East End Cemetery; Date of burial: January 25, 1916 at 11:00 a.m., service at Wytheville Methodist Church; Funeral Home: J. L. Porterfield (BVS, Grayson Co., Reel #40, DC#917; Chitwood, East End Cemetery, p. 45; Porterfield, Vol. III, Record #131). «b»Notes:«/b» A note on funeral record indicated she was buried in Capt. Foster's square by her husband, Mr. Robert Rogers. The pallbearers were D. B. Hochman, A. H. Shores of Wytheville, L. M. Todd & R. B. Todd of Galax, VA;  The $14.00 funeral bill was paid in advance.   

[NI2419] 1890 Tax List Grayson Co, VA Nuckolls, S. M. 314acres     16 2 200 buildings  Value  628 Classified Business Directory 1888-1889 for Grayson County Old Town - Preston Osborne, S. N. Nuckolls, B. F. Nuckolls, S. M. Hale, W. P. Waugh, John Brown, Houstin Edwards, Joshua Austin, T. J. McClamart, H. F. William s, H. Williams, J. B. Coldwell, E. P. Givens, C. M. Howard, T. Patton, J. Higgins, J. Todd, M. D. Tarrowe. JONES FUNERAL PARLOR GALAX VIRGINIA RECORD OF DEATHS and COFFINS BOUGHT 1905-1936 890 Dec 7 1918 S N Nucholls for Nathaniel Brown Staphen N Nuckolls   Age: 55 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0055   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0206   County:  Grayson   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Wife Leona 43 Virginia Daughter Lennie 24 Virginia Daughter Bertha 20 Virginia Son Hale 17 Virginia Daughter Day 14 Virginia Daughter Down 10 Virginia Son Ben 10 Virginia Son Irl 04 Virginia 1 non-relative

[NI2422] 1870 Census of Grayson co 76.    Moore, Isaac           62            Farmer    2000         Uphama                64            Keeping House     Churchwell                25            Farm Laborer    Phillips, Rachel           25            Domestic

[NI2424] The Brown Family came from Yorkshire, England before or about the ti me of the formation of Grayson Co.

[NI2491] Operated Dee's Fashion Center Big Spring Texas

[BI2491] Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997 about Sharion Lynn Nuckolls Name: Sharion Lynn Nuckolls Date of Birth: 11 Apr 1944 Gender: Female Birth County: Howard Father's name: Manley Weldon Nuckolls Mother's name: Millie Louise Whitaker Roll Number: 1944_0008

[NI2576] In his will * * * proved July 24, 1702, Capt. Charles Hansford makes provi sion for a livelyhood' for his son-in-law, Mr. Henry Duke. Surely su ch a bequest would not have been made for Col. Henry Duke, or even for h is son Henry. Col. Henry Duke was of great distinction and wealt h. * * * He was already married in 1681, at least."

[NI2578] Father: James Cosby Dickerson b: ABT 1744 in Louisa County, VA Mother: Mary Roscow Cole b: 19 DEC 1747 in Goochland County, VA She married first James Dickerson 3/21/1795 Louisa Co, VA Richmond Enquirer 7-16-1830 Vol XXVII Issue 20 Pg1In Chancery In Louisa Co unty Court, June 16, 1830James Cole Dickinson  against :William Gilliam a nd Elizabeth his wife, formerly Elizabeth Barclay, George Boxley and Cathe rine his wife, formerly Catherine Barclay, John Kimbrough and Catherine h is wife, Wm S Boxley, Samule Hunter and Mary his wife, Albert Boxley, Jo hn Graves and Marine his wife, Eliza J Boxley, which said last mentioned C atherine, William S, Mary, Albert, Marine and Eliza J, children of Jo hn S Boxley and Mary Boxley, dec'ed who was Mary Barclay, John W, Lucy Ann e, and Mary B Boxley, which said John W, Lucy Anne and Mary B Boxley are c hildren of John C Boxley, dec'd., another child of the said Mary Boxley, d ec'd, Virginia and Martha Boxley, children of Joseph Boxley, dec'd, anoth er child of the said Mary Boxley, dec'd, Mary and Elizabeth Boxley, childr en of Benjmain Boxley, dec'd, another child of the said Mary Boxley, dec' d, John Wills, John Winn and Lucy his wfie, Nancy Boxley, now the wid ow of John C Boxley, dec'd, which said John, Lucy and nancy are childr en of John Wills and Lucy Wills, dec'd his wife, who was Lucy Barclay, Joh n, Joshua, Horatio, Lucy Anne, and Elizabeth Wills, children of Horatio Wi lls, dec'd., another child of the said Lucy Wills, dec'd, James L Oliver a nd nancy his wife, which said Nancy is a child of Susan Dickinson, dec'd w ho, in her life time, intermarried with Jas Dickinson Jr , her first husba nd, and the father of the said last mentioned Nancy, who survived her fir st husband, the said James Dickinson Jr, and then intermarried with Pallis on Boxley, Robert H Andrews, child of Wm Andrews and Bolina his wife, whi ch said Bolina is a child of the said Susan by her said first husband, Jam es L Holladay and Huldah his wife, Catherine Boxley, George B Nuckolls a nd Mirah R his wife, Jane and Susanna Boxley, which said Huldah, Catherin e, Mirah R , Jane, and Susannah are children of the said Susan, byt the sa id Pallison Boxley, her second husband.The defendants, George Boxley and C atherine his wife, John Kimbrough and Catherine his wife, Virginia and Mar tha Boxley, James L Oliver and Nancy his wife, and James L Holladay and Hu ldah his wife, not having entered their appearance, and given security acc ording to law and the rules of this Court, and its appearing to the satisf action of the Court, that they are not inhabitants of this State, On the m otion of the plaintiff, by his counsel, It is Ordered, That the said defen dants do appear here on the first day of September Court next, and answ er the bill of the Plaintiff, and that a Copy of this Order be forthwith i nserted in the "Enquirer", a paper published in the City of Richmond, f or two months successively, and posted at the front door of the Courthou se of this county, on some Court day. A copy Tests, John Hunter, C.L.C Ju ly 9 1830

[NI2580] Email 10/4/1999 Ken Shelton kshel69114@aol.com Seeking information of Frances Nuchols who married John J Shelton Hardin Co, KY 7/23/1863. The Society has never been able to find a record of this marriage, not locate in a census record. 1870 Hardin Co,Ky a John Shelton md to a Catherine. There does not seem to be a Frances Nuckols of an age for marriage. Possibly a widow. Family descendant and researcher through son Henry, but no documentation Sharon Weiss familyhistory2004@yahoo.com 2/2011 I am the GGGG grandaughter of Frances Nuchols who married Peter Shelton.  Her father was Samuel Nuchols.  They lived and died in Louisa and Hanover County.  Their son Samuel fought in the Revolution.  I have both Frances and Samuel Nuchols wills and a great deal of additional information.  Please send me information on how I can join the Nuchols Kindred Society. Jan jmaurizi@yahoo.com

[NI2581] Family of Peter from WFT Vol 4 Tree # 1725 Subj: Nuckols Date:8/23/2000 11:14:58 AM Mountain Daylight Time From:chrdcol@gte.net (Charles and Dee Colvin) To:EVILSIZER3@aol.com Sandi, this was posted on Knights5 and on a previous post the sender had stated family legend had it that her line connected to President William Henry Harrison, and was asking if anyone connected. I remember you were seraching this surname~~Dee Thomas Shelton 1705-1778 of Middlesex county Va who married  Ann (last name unknown) Among their children were Peter  1734-1803 of Va who married Frances Nuckols. Then Samuel  Shelton 1758-1833 of Va who married Jane Henderson; who  had David Shelton 1792-1847 of Ky who married Patsey Haley; who had Henry Shelton 1817-1888 of Mo who married 1 Mary Boren,  2 Jane Vaughn; who had Maximilian C Shelton 1860-1943 of Ok who married  Frances Lincoln Curtis.  Parents of:  Curtis McKinley Shelton 1896-1972 of  Neb. >> Valentine, Edward Pleasants, The Edward Pleasants Valentine papers : abstracts of records in the local and general archives of Virginia relating to the families of Allen, Bacon, Ballard, Batchelder, Blouet, Brassieur (Brashear), Cary, Crenshaw, Dabney, Exum, Ferris, Fontaine, Gray, Hard y, Isham (Henrico County), Jordan, Langston, Lyddall, Mann, Mosby, Palmer, Pasteur, Pleasants, Povall, Randolph, Satterwhite, Scott, Smith (the family of Francis Smith of Hanover County), Valentine, Waddy, Watts, Winst n, Womack, Woodson. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1979, 2784  pgs Loui sa Co, VA pg371

[HI2581] (Research):Family researcher and descendant Bruce Earnhart son of Robert Ernhart and Ester Ferguson George Ferguson and Winifred Warner Charles Ferguson and Carrie Shelton Nickolas Wm Shelton and Eliza McCarter Thomas Shelton and Mary Johnson Henry Shelton and Mary Peter Shelton and Frances Nuckolls

[NI2587] ALDRIDGE, DAVID - SO 2981; SC 1363; WO 25619; BLWT 19573-80-500; 13238-80- 55. Rejected. Widow, Julia A. In Capt Samuel Gooden's Company, Kentucky Mi litia. Enlisted 9/10/1814, discharged March 10, 1815.      Residence: 1850-55 Vermillion Co, IN; 1871 Vermillion Co, IN (P O New port). Widow; 1878: Terre Haute, IN. Soldier alleges service as substitu te for Elijah Aldridge. Maiden name of Soldier's first wife: Rebecca Davi s. Widow: Julia A first married Van Duzen. Marriage of Soldier and wido w: Oct 25, 1868 in Edgar Co, ILL. Soldier's death; Sept 11,1877, Vermilli on Co, IN. Widow's death: September 2, 1878, Terre Haute, IN      State of Indiana, Vermillion Co, 20 March 1871, David Aldridge, ag ed 80 years, a resident of Vermillion County, Indiana, appeared before Jam es A Bell, Clerk of Vermillion Circuit Court and declared that he was marr ied (but since the war); that he served the full period of sixty days in t he military service of the United States in the War of 1812; that he was e nrolled in Samuel Gooden's Company, 16th regiment. Kentucky Militia, Gener al McArthur's Brigade at Newport, Kentucky on 10 September, 1814 and disch arged at Fort Malden , Canada on 10 March, 1815; that the British when lea ving burned the Fort and he with his regiment was employed in rebuildi ng Ft Malden until his final discharge.      Attorney: Joshua Jessup. Post Office: Newport, Vermillion Co, IN, a nd place of abode in said county.      John S Bush and john R Highliff, witnesses.      Widow's Brief: Julia A Aldridge declared she is the widow of David Al dridge, a private in Capt. Samuel Gooden's Company, Kentucky Militia; Cla im 25609, March 9, 1878. P O 1105 E Poplar St, Terre Haute, Vigo Co, IN: A ttorney: Andrew Grimes.      Application filed June 11, 1878. Refers to husband's pension. Reject ed on ground of the death of claimant as reported prior to completion of h er claim.      R H Carr and Harriet E Low, witnesses. Widow stated that she was marr ied to said David Aldridge on 25 October 1868 in Edgar Co, Ill, by Samu el McKee, a justice of the peace. Her name prior to said marriage being Ju ly A Vanderzan; that she was previously married to James Van Duzan who di ed August, 1854 in Orange Co, New York, and that said David Aldridge had b een previously married to Rebecca Davis who died twelve years ago in Vermi llion Co, IN and her husband died on 11 September 1877 and that the follow ing have been places of residence of self and husband. Said husband liv ed in Kentucky for Nine years and then came to Indiana and in Parke and Ve rmillion Counties for 40 years, where she lived with him in wedlock unt il his death and a few weeks thereafter moved to the city of Terra Haute a nd she has since resided there.      Widow died very suddenly September 2, 1878. She was an aged lady a nd known as the widow of David Aldridge. She was remarried to a man nam ed VanDuzen after death of David Aldridge. At the time of her death, she l eft three children; James VanDuzen, Charles VanDuzen and Julia Van Duzen ., all of age. The children were from her second husband, She left no chil dren from first marriage. Very respectfully, N Filbeck (not known whom she married first, but likely, Van Duzen) (shows daughter Julia alive in 1877)

[DI2593] Name:  «tab»Lizzie M Nuckols [Lizzie M Buckler] Death Date: «tab»21 Jan 1926 Death Location: «tab»McCracken Residence Location: «tab»McCracken Age: «tab»37 Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»14 Jul 1888 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Allen Buckler Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky

[DI2594] Name:  «tab»Alonzo Anthony Williams Death Date: «tab»11 Oct 1912 Death Location: «tab»Mccracken Residence Location: «tab»Mccracken Age: «tab»38 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»11 Nov 1873 Birth Location: «tab»North Carolina Father's Name: «tab»Hamilton Williams Father's Birth Location: «tab»South Carolina Mother's Name: «tab»Magdeline Mccabe Mother's Birth Location: «tab»South Carolina Inf Mrs J A Kelly

[NI2595] If you look at the death dates for Finis Luther Holt and his son Donald 's death dates you will see that they are the same. This is correct. Dona ld had a heart attack while sitting at the kitchen tabel, as my G Grandfat her Finis went to the front door to go accross the street to his other son 's (Harold) house, he he also had a heart attack at the door with his co at in his hand. Harold found both his Father and Brother that same day, wh en he went to check on them, he had noticed that early that day the fro nt door was open to there house. When he had gone away, and when he return ed later the door was still opened. It was very very cold and snowy that d ay in December. I remember the call when we got it from my Uncle to my fat her, and that Dad had to go and tell my Grandfather Finis James Holt, t he news of the deaths. My Grandfather did not take the news well. We h ad a double funeral for both of them.

[XI2596] Plot: Section 4, Row 4

[NI2597] 1920 Marion Co, Indianapolis, IN pg 12b Harley W Hull 31 IN Irene 24 IN Hubert S, son, 5, IN Ila Nuckols, 30 IN, Married, roomer Caswell G Nuckols age 9, IN, roomer Death Cert says she is widowed. Informant- J S Culley Mallory Ave, Memphis, TN

[DI2597] Name: «tab»Ila Nuckols Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»20 Mar 1934 Event Place: «tab»Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»45 Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»01 May 1888 Birthplace: «tab»Ky Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»J.S. Culley Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ky Mother: «tab»Kansas Nall Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ky Occupation: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Forest Hill Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»24 Mar 1934 Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184419 Image Number: «tab»1801 Film Number: «tab»1876811 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 6780

[NI2600] MITTIE NUCKOLLS Date  270209 Age  059 Place  BALLD Volume  006 Cert  02703 Deathvol  27 Death Cert names father Dr C A Elliott born Louisville, KY and mother Jenn ine Foree born in Ballard Co, KY

[DI2600] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Mittie Nuckolls [Mittie Elliott] Death Date: «tab»9 Feb 1927 Death Location: «tab»Ballard Residence Location: «tab»Ballard Age: «tab»59 Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»7 Oct 1867 Birth Location: «tab»Ballard Father's Name: «tab»D C A Elliott Father's Birth Location: «tab»Louisville Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Jennie Foree Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Ballard

[XI2600] (59y-5m-4d)

[NI2602] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 9/12/1918 Res Dunklin Co, Charitin, MO Age 20 born Jan 6 1898 Farmer, kin-Eura Nuckles, same address Tall, medium Build, no hair or eye color entered Unable to locate in 1930 Census

[DI2602] Name: John Nuckles SSN: 486-18-8161 Last Residence: 63933  Campbell, Dunklin, Missouri,  Born: 6 Jan 1898 Died: Sep 1984 State (Year) SSN issued: Missouri (Before 1951 )

[NI2605] Farmers Cabinet, 12-29-1858 Vol 57 Issue 22 Pg 2 (From Chicago Journell) Fugitive Slave Excitement in Western Iowa Nebraska being a mere territory, the Constitution of the United States, ac cording to the Dred Scott decision, authorizes the holding of slaves there in. On the strength of this, a Mr Nuckolls, a Missouri slaveholder, remov ed into that Territory with a number of "chattels" and established himse lf at Omaha, which is on the opposite shore of the Missouri River from Iow a. - These "chattels" finding the land of Freedom so near by, crossed t he river one day into Iowa, which, as the world knows and as its progre ss proves, is a very good Free State. At last accounts, Mr Nuckolls had n ot heard of his escaped "niggers" but was awfully excited , as also were s ome seventy-five others of nigger-driving propensities at Omaha, who threa tened to cross over into Iowa, and take summary vengence upon the Free-Soi lers of Tabor, a Yanke town on the other side, whose people are charged wi th having coaxed off the "niggers" and with harboring them. There is gre at excitement both in eastern Nebraska and in Western Iowa in consequen ce of these liberty seaking "niggers" and Mr Nuckolls is tremendously furi ous. Tri-Weekly Miner's Register, Central City, Colorado, Aug 1, 1862 Issue 3 Col B Nuckolls & Wyatt Few men in the West have transacted as much business, or been as successful as S F Nuckolls. He has owned or been interested in half a dozen stores, two or three banks, and any number of town companies. He has occupied a leading position in every community where he has lived, and enjoyed an enviable reputation for integrity and liberality. His present partner has been for a long time his confidential clerk. Of the difficulties with his former partner (Mr Hawke) we know nothing, but we rejoice at the evidences of continued prosperity observable about the establishment since our arrival. Those dashing good bargains, will find them at the store. The Cheyenne Leader, Cheyenne Wyoming, Jan 28, 1868, Issue 110 Col B S F Nuckolls S F Nuckolls-We this moring paid a visit to the store of S F Nuckolls. We were shown through the entire building by Mr Shepperd. It is unneccesary to say that we were surprised to see the immense stock of goods this house contains. All kinds of dry goods, staple and fancy groceries, wooden and willow, glass and hardware-in fact it is impossible to name the articles. Suffice to say that Mr N keeps a general stock, and if you want anything good and cheap, go to S F Nuckolls. Mr N. is now in New York City, and is daily shipping new goods to his Cheyenne house. The Hamburg Reporter, Hamburg, Iowa,  February 13, 1914 Original Notice: March term 1914 Elijah F. Burson, plaintiff vs Thomas Ripley and ---Riley his wife; Rupe rt B. Nuckolls and Georgia Nuckolls his wife, William Nuckolls and Bruce N uckolls...Elijah claiming absolute ownership of a piece of land...on Feb 1 3, 1861 Thomas Ripley bought land, heirs unknown...Jan 5, 1874 Steph en F. Nuckolls seized land no record but he, conveyed some land to Heath N uckolls that Stephen F. Nuckolls and Lucinda his wife, both deceased,.. .. heirs are Bruce, Rupert and William.....records were lost or misplac ed in Fremont County records. Stephen Friel Nuckolls, b. Aug. 16, 1825, d. Feb. 14, 1879, Salt Lake Cit y, Utah.  He was only 29 when he arrived in Table Creek, Neb.,1854.  He had come to Missouri from Grayson C. H. in 1848; returned to Grayson Co., V a.; married, then came back to Missouri.  He, his brother Heath Nuckolls, and the men who laid out and founded Nebraska City, Neb., were mostly y oungsters - the leader was S. F. Nuckolls; he devoted the longest hours, gave the most careful thought to the enterprise.  Given an education much b etter than the average, Nuckolls wanted learning well established in Ne b.  City.  " Crowded Civilization " begun to tell on the nervous, restless Nuckolls.  He fathered the idea of the first Cemetery, Wyuka, in 1855 - Indian name: high ground on high hill.  When Nebraska was a Territory, he was prominent in securing the change to a State.  Nuckolls Coun ty is named for him.  With sympathy for the South, he thought it best to move his family to Jersey City, N. J., during the War.  From 1864 to 18 67 he was in New York selling mining claims, dealing in metal stocks and meeting the country's big financiers.  In 1867 he moved to Wyoming -starti ng a store in Cheyenne and greeted the Union Pacific when it joined the to wn with the outside world.  When Wyoming assumed Territorial dress, Nuckol ls was one of the leaders, delegate to Congress, helped to write the first constitution, and from this Legislative Assembly was elected a member of the Congress, Washington, D. C. The winter session was a busy one f or the young town-builder-all sorts of bills were introduced to relieve t he depression-touched territory - among them was an act to reduce the interest rate.  "I believe money is worth all you can get for it," Nuckolls sa id, " but I realize that we are depressed and so I reluctantly vote for t he measure.  If you keep the rate high you will discourage speculators fr om wasting money on foolish ventures." " In 1875 Benj. Floyd Nuckolls wro te Stephen Friel Nuckolls for help in building a Methodist Church at wh at had been Grayson C. H., but at this time the Post Office was Nuckollsville, VA., the ' courts being moved to Independence.  He promptly answered, if we would promise to raise $1,000, he would send $1,000 -he sent the $1,000 in New York Exchange checks, stating he wanted us to put up a good building.  Our Church was dedicated by Dr. David Sullins in 1876.  Th is Church has been a great blessing to us.  My father, Stephen Nuckolls, w hen a young boy, drove an ox-team and hauled logs to the sawmill for lumber to build this Church." The founder died in Salt Lake City in 1879.  The re he had hoped to live peacefully for many years, but it was not to b e.  Worn out from having burned the candle at both ends, he passed away at 54 a victim to the restlessness which had carried him into a half do zen pioneering communities and 'saw him in the forefront of every importa nt exciting adventure.  Nuckolls was symbolic of the youth that establish ed Nebraska City; Youth that sees through untroubled eyes, scoffing at precedent and "perience.  Fortunately for our pioneering juveniles, and fortunate for us, they builded well and, as the record shows, prophesied with uncanny accuracy. (Taken from Nebraska City News-Press, @Nebraska City, Neb ., and Pioneer Settlers of Grason Co, Virginia, by B.  F. Nuckolls.) NUCKOLLS, Stephen Friel, a Delegate from the Territory of Wyoming; born in  Grayson County, VA., August 16, 1825; completed preparatory studies; moved to  Linden, Atchison County, Mo., in 1846; engaged in mercantile pursuits  1847-1853; moved to the Territory of Nebraska in 1854 and fou nded Nebraska  City; held several local offices; established the Platte Va lley Bank in 1855; served in the Nebraska Territorial legislature in 185 9; moved to the Territory of Colorado in 1860 and engaged in banking and m ining; moved to New York City in 1864; moved to the Territory of Dako ta in 1867 and settled in Cheyenne; engaged in mercantile pursuits; upon t he organization of the Territory of Wyoming was elected in 1869 as a Democ rat to the Forty-first Congress and served from December 6, 1869, to March 3, 1871; was an unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1870 to the Forty-second Congress; resumed his mercantile pursuits; served as a member of the second legislative council of Wyoming in 1871 and served as presiding officer; delega te to the Democratic National Conventions in 1872 and 1876; moved to Sa lt Lake City, Utah, in July 1872 and engaged in milling; died in Salt La ke City, February 14, 1879;interment in Mount Olivet Cemetery. EARLY NEGRO HISTORY IN NEBRASKA The first Negro to set foot on Nebraska soil was in 1839, when a Negro servant in the company of Fray Marcos,a monk of great ability, touched the so uth-eastern part of the state. He returned the following year with Corona do and again touched part of the state. This information is from McMaste rs History of the United States Slavery never did secure very much of a foot-hold in Nebraska as evidenced by data given during this period. The first slave known of in Omaha w as owned by an Indian squaw.---- Palladium, August 16, 1854. Though no records show slavery as a popular industry in Omaha, local interest was evidenced by an article appearing in the, "Omaha Nebraskan," which quotes the Chicago Times and Herald on the running away of Eliza, a slave, from STEPHEN F NUCKOLLS, to Chicago, and her arrest November 12, 1860. The census of 1860 showed there were 81 Negroes in Nebraska, 10 of whom were slaves.--- Kerns, 1931 in his social study of The Negro in Omaha Charles Nuckolls trip June, 2000 Next, I went to the Nebraska Historical Society in Lincoln, Nebraska.  They have a file on the Nuckolls.  This file contains original copies of let ters written to Ezra Nuckolls from relativies, friends and business associ ates. Some of the letters are from some important people in the region.  The letters - most are 145 years old, are in excellent condition.  It also contains letters from and to other Nuckolls; especially, Stephen F. Nuckolls.  There are two interesting stories in the file.  One is about how Stephen Nuckolls' bank in Nebraska City avoided the bank failures of 1857. The 2nd story is about how the indians captured and tied up the U.S. Indian Agent on the 3rd floor of Stephen Nuckolls' store in 1861.  They stayed there until money was raised to pay part of the allotment money they we re owed by the U.S. The Nuckolls ran freighting operations out of Nebraska City.  A freight wagon train usually consisted of about 25 large freight wagons - each wagon pulled by at least six ox.  They often used long horn steers as their ox.  They made 10 miles per day and it took 2 months to get through to Denver. Columbus Nuckolls, as a wagon master, lead 12 of the trains.  About 10 Nuckolls' families lived in Nebraska City about 1858.  Nuckolls County, Nebraska is named for Stephan Friel Nuckolls who was instrumental in helping the territory become a state and also helped develop Nebraska Cit y.  In Nebraska City, a house used to run freighter operations (not the Nuckolls operations but a competitor) has been restored.  Sadly, Nuckolls brick building, built in 1857, burned down. I found a lot of interesting information at the Nebraska City library on the Nuckolls.  A lot of info on Stephen Nuckolls' efforts to retrieve run a way slaves and the court case that Nuckolls was involved in.  Nuckolls caught up with his two run away slaves in Chicago and tried to capture them b ut was almost hung by the free slavers.  While pursuing the slaves in Iowa, Nuckolls attacked a man who he believed helped his slaves escape.  The man sued Stephen Nuckolls and won.  Nuckolls was forced to pay $10,000 for assaulting the man.  In one of the books in the library, a cartoon is drawn showing Nuckolls striking the man with the butt of his gun.  The court case made history because it was the first time a black man was allowed to testify against a white man in an Iowa court.  This occurred in 1859. The Iowa man took part of Nuckolls' money and built a new house and barn. Curiously, the barn burned down in a suspious fire. We know Emmett is Stephens brother. We do not know who William E is. Stephen and Lucinda were obviosly living together this early, but did not marry until 1877. Cox, W. W. [View Citation] [Table of Contents] History of Seward County, Nebraska : and reminiscenses [sic] of territori al history University Place, Neb.: J.L. Claflin, 1905, 675  pgs. Pg 28 It may sound strnge to the younger readers to hear that Nebraska in the ante-bellum days was  a land of slavery. In 1860 there were a number of slaves in Nebraska City. Alexander Majors had two or three. S F Nuckols had two and there were others In April, 1854 Stephen F. Nuckolls, and in May of the same year Allen A. B radford crossed the river, making an arrangement with Hiram P. Downs, whereby they became, with him, joint owners in the claim which he had taken, immediately employing Charles W. Pierce to survey and stake off a city. This work was commenced in May, 1854, Dr. William Dewey, Cornelius Schubert, Samuel Saunders, and others assisting. This company, known as the Nebraska City Town Company, subsequently added to its membership H. P. Bennett, William B. Hail, Lafayette Nuckolls, John Doniphan, L. D. Bird, James Doniphan, S. E. Frazer, Marshall Woodward, N. B. Giddings, Charles F. Holly, J. W. Kelly, W. S. VanDoren, Robert Cook and J. Sterling Morton, all, or most of these securing a goodly number of corner lots, there being as may of these as it was within the scope of mathematical possibilities to create. Tullidge, Edward W. Tullidge's histories. : containing the history of all the northern, eastern and western counties of Utah, also the counti es of southern Idaho : with a biographical appendix of representative m en and founders of the cities and counties : also a commercial supplement, historical. Salt Lake City?: E.W. Tullidge, 1889, 933  pgs. Vol. II. The commerce of the north (Corrine and its founders) pg241 Prominent among the representative men of Corrine in the early times... .S F Nuckolls Name: Nuckolls, Stephen Friel Birth - Death: 1825-1879 Accession Number: 3125751 Source Citation: Biographical Annals of the Civil Government of the Unit ed States. During its first century; from original and official sources. By Charles L anman. Washington, DC: James Anglim, 1876.(BiAUS) Biographical Directory of the American Congress, 1774-1971. The Continent al Congress (September 5, 1774 to October 21, 1788) and the Congress of t he United States (from the first through the ninety-first Congress Mar ch 4, 1789, to January 3, 1971, inclusive). Washington, DC: U.S. Governme nt Printing Office, 1971. Biographies begin 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) Who Was Who in America. A component volume of [Who's Who in American Histo ry.]. Historical Volume, 1607-1896. Revised Edition. Chicago: Marquis Who 's Who, 1967.(WhAm HS) History of Utah by Orson F. Whitney Volume 3 Chapter II 1879–                                                    1881 The trial took place in the spring of 1875, beginning on the 31st of Mar ch and ending on the lst of April. Judge Emerson presided, Messrs. Carey a nd Baskin prosecuted the case and Messrs. Sutherland, Bates and Snow defen ded it. The jury was composed of seven Mormons and five non-Mormons, namel y, Joseph Siegel, Jesse West, George M. Ottinger, Albert W. Davis, Willi am Naylor, DeWitt C. Thompson, Joseph Peck, S. F. Nuckolls, Samuel Bringhu rst, M. B. Callahan, W. C. Morris and James McGuffy. «b»LETTER FROM S. F. NUCKOLLS. «i»Read before the Old Settlers' Picnic on June «/i»17, 1874 Salt Lake City, UT«/b» «i»Maj. J. «/i»Tv. «i»Pearman, President Old Settlers' Association: «/i»I thank you kindly for the honor done me in your letter of the 26th ult., in behalf of the Old Settlers' Association of Otoe county, Nebraska, extending  to me an invitation to deliver the annual address before your Society at the fourth reunion, to be held this present month. . I would most gladly accept your invitation, but now is the busy mining season, and I have other and pressing duties that prevent, so that I must decline this opportunity of meeting my old friends in Otoe county-the best friends that man ever had. It was October 1, 1846, when, being just twenty-one years of age, I left my native Virginia and traveled two hundred miles on foot to Wyandotte, on the Ohio river. There I took passage on a steamboat to St. Louis as a deck passenger. I have before me my passage ticket, which read as follows: STEAMBOAT SWATARA. Trip No 4 1846, S F Nuckolls paid deck passage to St Louis to wood and coal  .                                         From St. Louis I made my way by land to what is now called Civil Bend, but which was then known as Hog Thief Bend, about five miles from Nebraska City. On the steamer Swatara I had made the acquaintance of William Lambert, who lived there. When I arrived at his house he told me I could board there gratis, as long as I pleased, if I would help" grit;" as there was no mill in the country and all the corn meal had to be made in that way. The next day there was a horse race, and as everyone present had bets on the race except A. A. Bradford, Deacon Lambert, and the writer, we three were elected judges of the races. Judge Bradford was then county clerk of Atchison county, and he persuaded me to go down with him to Linden, Mo. In a few days there was a wedding to take place at Mrs. Cornog's in Hog Thief Bend, to which all Linden went, ere the sun was low. But, lo! the Methodist circuit rider, who was to tie the knot, did not' come because the Tarkio river could not be crossed. The impatient . guests arranged with B. M. George, sheriff of that county, to perform the ceremony between Wm. Wells and Miss Cornog:. Mrs. Cornog was opposed to this proceeding, but everyone else said it was all right; so the ceremony was performed, turkey and pigs eaten, and there was dancing on the puncheon floor of that log cabin" till daylight did appear." Two days thereafter the minister arrived and learned of the circumstance, and insisted that they should be remarried according to the forms of his church, which was duly done. Judge Bradford, who was' prominent at this wedding, some years afterwards was connected with Hon. J. S. Morton, Hon. J .•F. Kinney, and Horace H. Harding in inducing Joseph Murphy, of Iowa, to give a grand oyster and champagne supper at the Nuckolls House, Nebraska City. At this social gathering there were present such eminent men as Gov. S. W. Black, A. J. Hopkins, E. A. Des Long, Dr. J. C. Campbell, John B. Boulware, W. R. Craig, Wm. McLennan, Geo. E. Crater, W. R. Sroat, C. H. Cowles, Dr. Wm. Dewey, J. H. Decker, Wilson M. Maddox, Gideon Bennett, Dr. Henry Bradford, H. P. Bennett, Gen. H. P. Downs, N. S.Harding, Thomas Morton, Judge Edward R. Harden, of Georgia, M. W. Riden, Mills S. Reeves, and many others. Hon. J. F. Kinney presided, and, after all the wine in town had been drank, at the expense of Murphy, the following resolutions were introduced by Han. J. S. Morton, and unanimously passed: WHEREAS, We are convened here this evening, at the invitation' of a distinguished and eminent member of the high and honorable profession of the law-a bright particular star in that firmament of legal erudition, whose effulgence illumines the fertile and magnificent valley of the Missori river-Joseph Murphy, Esq., of Fremont county, Iowa; therefore, be it «i»Resolved, «/i»1: That in the intellectual economy of Joseph Murphy are all the elements and acquirements appertaining to the sound, practical, and profound lawyer, the ever reliable, staunch, active, energetic, and sagacious Democrat. . 2. That the said Joseph Murphy, for his honesty, integrity, and indomitable industry and sobriety, is peculiarly fitted for a seat upon the supreme bench of the supreme court of Utah, for which place he seems to' us «i»the man«/i»-the man furnished at this crisis in the affairs of that polygamous commonwealth, as Napoleon was to France, by the hand of a never erring destiny. 3. That we earnestly, solicitously, anxiously, and prayerfully petition His Excellency, James Buchanan, the President of the United States, to nominate and, by . and with the advice and consent of the United States Senate, confirm our friend and host as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Utah. And furthermore, be it «i»Resolved, «/i»That we wish Joseph Murphy, Esq., long life, honor, happiness and prosperity in this world; that we thank him for this entertainment; and that when late he may be called to «i»return «/i»to heaven, his ecstatic psychological essence may evaporate to sing forever and ever beneath the ambrosial palm trees of that viewless world, where the Hesperian oligarchy blooms perennially forever and aye. A newspaper printed up the river, milled the «i»Bugle, «/i»in 1854, published the following: The Military Reserve on which Nebraska City is situated has not been publicly abandoned. What assurance have settlers that the War Department will not order the whole Reserve -six miles long, three broad-upon which the pleasant town site of Nebraska City is situated, to be sold to the highest bidder? The public buildings are yet unsold, and the people may at some future day find their happy homes subject to the auctioneer's hammer. During the fall of the same year the first foot race took place, in which Wilson M. Maddox was beaten by the writer. In 1855 the first legal" mill" occurred, before Judge E. R. Harden, of Georgia. Hon. O. P. Mason and H. P. Bennett engaged in physical combat, but no blood was shed. The court was much astonished at western habits. During the same year Hon. J. S. Morton became interested in the Nebraska City «i»News. «/i»Upon his first arrival with his estimable wife they visited the printing office, then in the second story of the old Block House, in company with the writer, finding Shack Grayson the sole person in charge, who afterwards-owing to his early associations-became a distinguished member of the Mississippi legislature. In 1856 the proprietors of Nebraska City, fearing that the town of Wyoming ,would eclipse Nebraska City, concluded to buy that town, and did so, but they did not pay much for it. Later in the same year Riden & 'White published the following statement of the stock market: Nebraska City lots, $50 to $300. No choice ones offered. Omaha scrip, no inquiry. Omaha lots, no sales. Wyoming lots, heavy transfers to capitalists.. Hamilton, ten shares for a brass watch and a little black dog. Otoe, Gideon Bennett reports that no sales made except to those who will build. Delaware, no inquiry. Powhocco, 20 shares for an old blind horse and two Peter Funk watches. Fairview, 36 shares for a big white dog and an old gun. Xenia, 50 shares for a gilt watch chain and ten cents «i»cash. «/i»Fredonia, 20 shares for a pewter watch and a pair of boots. Brownville, lots donated to any man who wears store clothes. Kearney, 7 1/2  miles distant, too high (on the hill). In' January. 1857, the Otoe County Lyceum was established, and the following officers elected: President-W. R. Craig. Vice-President-Wm. E. Pardee. Recording Secretary-Philip K. Reily. Corresponding Secretary-H. H. Harding. Librarian-H. M. Giltner. Treasurer-Francis Bell. Sergeant-at-Arms-J. O. B. Dunning. Trustees-.:..Joshua Garsiele, M. W. Riden, Henry Bradford, S. F. Nuckolls, M. K. Kay. In 1858 the great firm of Russell, Majors & Waddell commenced freighting for the government from Nebraska City to Utah, New Mexico, and military posts in the West. During that year they started out 4,000 teamsters, with 3,000 wagons, and over 30,000 head of oxen. Their business was managed by Alexander Majors, Esq., in a manner that gained the admiration of the country and gave the city an impetus in every branch of business. The writer and other old settlers were invited to go out to camp to see the first train started, upon which occasion Mr. Majors addressed the" Outfit" as follows: Ox TEAMSTERS: I am a moral and religious man, and feel it my duty as a member of society to carry out and enforce so far as possible a wholesome moral 'influence; therefore I give every employee one copy of the Holy Bible to defend himself against moral contaminations, and also a pair of Colt's revolvers and a 'gun to defend yourselves against warlike Indians; and each of you are required to sign a contract to the effect that while in our employ you will not use profane language, nor get drunk, nor gamble with the rights of citizens or Indians; nor do anything ungentlemanly towards anyone; and a violation of this agreement shall make you liable to a discharge and a forfeiture of your wages. We pay the highest prices that are paid for the services that you are now about to engage in, and your good behavior is a part of the value that we receive for what we pay you. If it were right to take a man's labor for nothing, which it is not, I would not allow anyone of you to travel with one of our trains if you would board and find yourselves and work for nothing, and at the same time violate the rules of propriety just laid down to you. It is my desire that our firm shall be a means of largely benefiting our employees while they are associated with us. To do this, we must have rules and discipline for your government, which must be obeyed, otherwise there will be confusion, and your standard of morality would be lowered. There are two distinct kinds of influence that affect the children of men-what we call the bad and the good. If men enjoy the genial and wholesome influences desired, they must be practically right in their lives. Otherwise the bad influence will take hold of them. I desire you, wagon masters, to be kind and gentle and dignified toward the men in your care, and for this your reward will be the respect and gentlemanly deportment of your men toward you. I want you young men who are placed under these wagon masters to obey them, and shall anything then go wrong they will be held accountable for any blunders. Now, young gentlemen, you will observe by the rules established that I do not require you to sign a temperance pledge, but to keep from getting drunk. I will, however, suggest that the only sure way to keep from getting drunk is not to drink at all. If I had a weakness of that kind, and a man calling himself my friend invited me to drink, I would consider him more an enemy than a friend. There are some here who may say that they cannot refrain from the habit of swearing: Perhaps you have not thought of what a wicked thing profane  swearing is. Many young men have mistaken notions in regard to this practice. I may think it an accomplishment, while it is a shameful disgrace. It carries with it, other evils that you would be ashamed to acknowledge that you were guilty of. Many say that it is the only had habit they have-that they hate a liar or a coward.- They forget that it is next to impossible to swear without commencing with, a lie. The greatest cowards in the ·world are the most profane, and vulgar swearers. No man who calls upon the Almighty to damn his soul means what he says. If he did he would not be guilty. of such blasphemy. Now, young gentlemen- you who think that you cannot refrain from swearing-I will now tell you of three positions where it would not be possible for you to swear. I will call with you upon your mother sitting at her center table with the old family Bible on it, and two or three other ladies with her. Could you introduce me to them and wind up with an oath? Not one of you is so degraded as to be guilty of doing so. I will now go with you to church. We will place three Christian ministers in the pulpit, fill the pews with fathers and mothers with their little curly headed, blue eyed, and rosy cheeked boys and girls. Is there a gentleman among you that could bring out a profane oath with such surroundings? «tab»The next situation. in which we will make the test will be in the position in which we are now associated. We are here in our rough costumes, we have the ox yoke, the huge wagon and log' chain, and our situation is one that gives us nothing to bolster up or restrain us, but the manhood and remembrance of our good mothers and their advice. Now, young gentlemen, I will say to those who assert that they cannot help swearing I will cease speaking for two minutes, so as to give time for any man who is now present who says that he cannot refrain from swearing to deliver himself from some of those huge oaths. [A pause.] So now, not one of you seems burdened with a desire to swear. I thank you, young gentlemen, for standing the test, and pray that you may always maintain true integrity and refrain from profane practices. If perchance I meet one of your mothers I pray that she will not say to me that while you were in our employ you lost your good name, and my aim shall be to send you back to your homes with your habits and business qualifications bettered instead of lowered. Now, young gentlemen, in time of peril remember your fathers and mothers who raised you, and the God who sustains you. And now, Old Settlers, Farewell. I will omit no opportunity That may convey my greetings, love to thee. S. F NUCKOLLS. 7/17/2011 Hi! My name is LaVonda Bando, I work at the Morton-James Public Library in Nebraska City, NE. I'm helping a class getting information on Stephen Friel Nuckolls. They are working on the information on the Nuckolls House. We know it was built for Territorial capital building, but fail. It was a bank and Nebraska City Transfer Company. A big fire in Nebraska City destroyed it. Questions: Did the Nuckolls family live in the building while they were in Nebraska City? Was there any other business in the building? We wondering what happened to ground after the fire? We are also trying to connect Stephen Nuckolls with the Underground Railroad that was in Nebraska City. We hope you can help us with any information. Thanks,LaVonda Bando Morton-James Public Library, 923 1st Corso,Nebraska City, NE 68410 Phone 402-873-5609,Fax 402-8735601, email: lavbando@gmail.com     

[DI2605] Daily Gazette Colorado Springs  Colorado  19 February 1879 Death of Colonel Nuckolls We clip the followig notice of the death of Colonel Nuckolls from the Salt Lake Daily Herald. He was a brother-in-law of D J Martin, Esq, of this city, and was a resident of the state fron 1861 to 1865. He w as among the most prominent operators in mines during the mining exciteme nt in 1865. He still owned, at the time of his death, considerable real estate in this county, and his friends among the old residents will read this kind notice with interest :  Colonel Stephen Frederick Nuckolls di ed at his residence in the eighteenth ward yesterday morning. The immedia te cause of his demise was paralysis, though he has been confined to his r oom for  nearly three weeks past, during which time he suffered from other afflictions. He was consious of his approaching end, and spoke of it with a quietness and indifference that showed that he had no fear of facing death; he also gave directions relative to a number of matters of a private character. His wife havind died about a year and a half ago, his family of four boys are now left without parents, though they have many warm friends. Colonel Nuckolls was over 53 years of age, having been born August 16th, 1825 in Grayson County, Virginia. In many respects he was a remarkable man. At a very early age he left his native state and went to Missou ri , where he took up his abode and engaged in the mercantile business. Be ing possessed of an exceptional fine business mind and qualification s, he was very successful in his enterprise and gathered considerable mean s. He then went to Mills County Iowa, where he became a banker, and start ed a  branch house at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, in which business he was agi an successful. By 1860 he had become very wealthy and owned large trac ts of land in Missouri, southern Iowa and Nebraska, while he was also enga ged in business in Nebraska City. The construction of the Union Pacific ra ilroad having been commenced he followed the road to Cheyenne, where he ag ain located and entered business and it was but a short time thereafter until he was elected delegate to congress from Wyoming. In this capacity he displayed a great deal of ability and was considered on all sides to be a very useful man. As a member of congress he was instrument al in securing very important legislation which effected Nebraska, Colorda o, Wyoming and Missouri directly, and the entire west indirectly. Some time after the expiration of his term July 7 1872, he moved to Utah, of which territory he has ever since been a resident. Prior to entering congress he lived in Colorado and contributed greatly to the development of th at state--then, however, a territory. He has twice been a delegate to national democratic conventions, once in 1872 and again in 1876. His busine ss investments have been of a varied character, embracing mercantile, stock raising, banking and minign, in all of which he was singularly successful, and amassed considerable wealth. His minig enterprises have been conducted in Colorado, Wyoming and Utah; he was also connected with a very large Mexican enterprise. One peculiar characteristic of Colonel Nuckolls w as his strong affection for old ties and connections not only of persons but also of localities. It is said of him that he has never lived in a community that did not profit by his  residence, and as soon as he would loca te in a place he at once began to devise means for the advancement of su ch locality. Few men have contributed more to the general development of t he west than Colonel Nuckolls, and he will be missed in every community in which he resided, not only for the assistance rendered by him, but for  the strong personal friendships entertained towards him for his sterli ng qualities. He was essentially a public spirited man, kind, liberal a nd honest and upright in all his dealings, and having been educated in the democratic school, remained a strong supporter of that party until his death. For many years past he has been a member of the Masonic fraternity of this city, and the order will attend to his funeral. The funeral ser vices will be conducted at the late residence of the deceased at 2 oclock p.m. next Sunday, under the auspices of Utah commandery No 1 Knights Templars.

[NI2606] From family history written by Harlan Yager Smith "I Am Because They Were" The Virginia Ancestors of Elisabeth Leona Borchers by her granddaughter. (Elisabeth Leona Borchers Sweetser) Rosamond Nuckolls was my great grandmother. I have heard grandmother tell about her. I have grandmother's diary which tells of her poor health and lingering lickness prior to her death. IN my files also are several letters to her from her husband. All of these references point to that of a courageous person of kind and loving personality. The photograph of her would also indicate a delicate physical condition. Her husband's letter indicated a deep love and affection for his wife. She was born in Grayson Co, VA on April 13, 1829 the third daughter and fourth child of Ezra Nuckolls and Lucinda Hale. Her parents had been married six years. Life in the frontier area was strenous. They had negro slaves to help with the work, but as time went on, more children came into the family. Cooking was done in the fireplace which furnished heat and light also. They no doubt lived in a log cabin with several other cabins around for the slaves. Rosamond's  two brothers, Stephen Friel and Heath, by 1850 had taken an interest in the "western movement" into Missouri and Nebraska. They had friends there and were anxious to follow. So it was that in 1849 when she was 20, Stephen Friel, 24 and Hath, 19, she went with Heath to Sidney Iowa, leaving her seven younger brothers and sisters home with her parents in Grayson Co, VA. One of her sisters, Elizabeth was 3 years old at the time. I knew her well as she was close to her niece, my grandmother, in Santa Monica, Calif. No doubt Rosamond found the frontier life in Sidney, IA interesting. All buildings were of log construction. The opening-up of the new area with the land sales gave an atmosphere of great activity, as, no doubt, those people there were all out to make a place for themselves in the "untamed west." Conditions in the early development are referred to in the story i gave under Henry Augustus Borchers. While in Sidney, Iowa, Rosamond met Henry Augustus Borchers who had returned recently from serving with the Missouri Mounted Volunteers in the Mexican War. They were married in Atchison Co, MO and settled in Sidney, Iowa, where their first four children were born. The marrige took place June 12, 1851 some two years after Rosamond had left Grayson County, VA. After a stay in SIdney of some six or eight years, they moved south a few miles to Hamburg, Fremont County, Iowa where her husband had developed the town of Hamburg, Iowa and built a home in which to rear his family. It was in this home that Rosamond gave birth to six more children. Only two of the six children lived more than 18 months. The cause of the early deaths is not known, but it seems that death came often in the new home as indicated in the children's death dates: Lucinda died 1/5/1859 age 9 months Ella died 8/24/1861 age 13 months Ida died 9/4/1864 age 4 months Charles died 5/14/1866 age 8 months Cora died 4/29/1868 age 18 months Mother Rosamond died 3/1/1869 age 40 years or six deaths in the family in ten years. The frontier life and weather conditions and low ground near the Missouri River where flooding frequently existed provided unhealthy climate that took a toll of life.

[XI2606] Rosamond is buried in the Nuckolls Cemetery by her husband and a grandchild named for her, Rosamond Sweetser at Rockport, MO

[NI2607] 10/30/1857 Atchison Co, MO Platttsburg Land Office  36.4 acres        Document Nr.: 22705         Accession/Serial Nr.: MO4770__.377         BLM Serial Nr.: MO NO S/N         NWNE 28/ 65-N 42-W No 5th PM 10/30/1857 Nodaway Co, MO Platttsburg Land Office  40acres        Document Nr.: 22706         Accession/Serial Nr.: MO4770__.378         BLM Serial Nr.: MO NO S/N         SWNE 28/ 66-N 37-W No 5th PM Platttsburg Land Office 40 acres        Document Nr.: 22707         Accession/Serial Nr.: MO4770__.379         BLM Serial Nr.: MO NO S/N        NWNE 32/ 66-N 37-W No 5th PM Platttsburg Land Office 40 acres        Document Nr.: 22709         Accession/Serial Nr.: MO4770__.380         BLM Serial Nr.: MO NO S/N         SESE 33/ 66-N 37-W No 5th PM 10/1/1859 Nodaway Co, MO Platttsburg Land Office 40 acres        Document Nr.: 22708         Accession/Serial Nr.: MO4830__.311         BLM Serial Nr.: MO NO S/N         SENW 32/ 66-N 37-W No 5th PM Deed of sale: 9 January 1863, Nebraska City, Otoe County, Nebraska, USA.(1 3) Joseph Keiser purchased property in Nebraska City on this date for $1 50 from Heath Nuckolls. The property is described at Lot number 5, Block n umber 8 in Nebraska city. He sold this property on 31 July 1863 to Charl es Schneider for only $75. In 2005 the property has been subdivided but n ow contains a bar called the Lineman Bar, property owner Mr. Claude Mich on at 416 Central Avenue. The current value of the property (2005) is $5,390 and the taxable value is $56,710.According to t he land records from the Register of Deeds, Otoe County Courthouse, the pr operty was originally purchased by Henry Bradford, Mayor, in 1857 from t he U.S. Government. He sold it to Heath Nuckolls in 1857, who sold it to J oseph Kaiser in 1863, who sold it to Charles Schneider, also in 1863. Schn eider sold it BACK to Heath Nuckolls in 1864 (?!), who sold it to Anton Zimmerer in 1865. 1870 Otoe Co, Nebraska City, NE Nuckolls, H 39, Trader, b VA $78000 S F 31 b MD (f) JE 9 b NE (m) LM 6 b NE (m) AF 4 b NE (f) B 2 b NE (m)

[NI2608] Went to Mississippi in 1850  and Texas in 1859 "Lafayette Nuckolls at the age of 20 was the youngest member of Nebraska's Territorial Legislature. Some editors said was was more amuzing than influential.."   Jerry A Reed, Box 402

[DI2608] 1860 Mortality Records Andrew Co, MO, Savannah, Twp Lafayette Nuckles age 24, married, born Virgnia, Died Feb 1860, Merchant

[NI2611] Biography pg 384 Illustrated History of Ark Valley Colorado 1881 Emmett Nuckolls- This gentleman was born in Grayson COunty Virginia the 16 th of June 1842. At a very early age he came to Nebraska City Nebraska, li ving with his older brother who was in business there, until the age of 1 7. IN 1850, with many others, emigrated to Colorado, located at Denver, a nd engaged in the stock trade. The first of July 1878 visited Leadville, a nd was so well pleased with the country, he started the stock and wagon bu siness, of which he is now one of the firm; they also are large deale rs in hay and grain. Mr Nuckolls has been successful in busines s. He is a member of the Board of Aldermen and is one of Leadville,s usef ul citizens. He was married, in November 1866 and has a family of four boy s. Fiftyniners' Directory Colorado Argonauts 1858-1859 NUCKOLLS, Emmett, an arrival of 1859, born in Virginia, a stockgrower in A rkansas Valley. Denver Land Office Records, 1862-1908 Name: Emmet Nuckolls Township/Direction: 5/South Range/Direction: 69/West Book: Register of Cash Receipts, 3 vols. Type: Preemption Act entry Bureau of Land Management: 6 Application #: 2925.00 11/15/1878 Jefferson Co, CO Assigned For Automation 2925 COCOAA 064867        160 ac W½SE 30/ 5-S 69-W        No 6th PM CO         SESE 30/ 5-S 69-W No 6th PM CO         1 30/ 5-S 69-W No 6th PM CO         Remarks: LOT 1 OR NESW QUARTER 5/6/1890 Lake Co, CO Assigned For Automation 16184 COCOAA 013153        16.85 ac 13/ 9-S 81-W No        6th PM CO         9-S 81-W No 6th PM CO Obituary It is with deep sorrow that we announce the death on Wed Oct 12th 191 0, of our President, Emmett Nuckolls, after a brief illness following an i njury received while attending to his regular duties at our plant. The Nuc kolls Packing Co -Pueblo.,COWent to Colorado Living with Emmet in the 1870 Census Arapaho Co, CO was a William Nuckol ls age 21 born in MO, relationship not known. Family not located in 1880 First Name: Emma Last Name: Nuckolls Ethnicity:  Last Place of Residence: Date of Arrival: April 24, 1906 Age at Arrival:  44y Gender:  F Marital Status:  M Ship of Travel: Morro Castle Port of Departure: Havana Manifest Line Number: 0009 1910 Census of Pueblo Co, Pueblo Co along with Emmett and his sons Geor ge W and Ezra is a John W Nuckolls age 38 b MO  wife Martha, age 35, no ch ildren, md 4yrs. he is a RR Foreman. If this is a son of Emmet, he does n ot appear in any previous census. His age is the same as Ezra.

[NI2612] 1860 Fremont Co, Sidney, IA Harvey G Bourne 35 VA Frances, 33 VA Mary 10 VA Houston, 5 IA Thomas Churchill 25 Eng Henry Leonly 19 IN Betty Nuckolls, 13 VA Sena Nuckolls, 18 VA

[NI2615] Foot Prints on the Sands of Time: A History of Southwestern Virginia and N orthwestern North Carolina by Dr. A. B. Cox Originally published by The St ar Pub. Co. Print, Sparta, N.C. Aug. 1900. William Bourne and family were early settlers who built the first iron wor ks in the county. The place is known as the old furnace on Rock Creek n ow owned by Joshua Cox. Mr. Bourne was clerk of the county for a numb er of years. Their daughter, Mary married Col. Martin Dickenson who resid ed at Old Town, was county clerk and hotel keeper. Their son, William Bour ne, Jr. was a worthy citizen. He and his excellent wife raised a family th at did honor to their parents and country. Their daughter, Miss Lucinda married Freelin Nuckolls who moved to Cheyenn e, Wyo. Territory and was the first representative of the Territory in con gress.

[DI2615] Deseret Evening News, Salt Lake City Utah 10/18/1877 Departed Mrs Nuckolls, wife of Col S F Nuckolls, died last evening at her residen ce in the 18th Ward. He husband, who was absent in the Sweetwater countr y, was telegraphed to the other day, regarding the critical condition of h is wife. He is expected  to reach home this evening. The deceased had t he reputtion of being a most estimabel lady, universally respected by tho se acquainted with her. The cause of death was general debility.

[XI2615] Name:    Lucinda Nuckolls Birth Date:    0 0 0 Death Date:    0 0 0 Burial Date:    17 October 1877 Cemetery:    Mount Olivet Cemetery Source:    Sexton Records / Grant Grave Location:    B_13_12 1/2 11 Name:    Lucinda Nuckolls Birth Date:    7 July 1827 Birth Place:    VIRGINIA Death Date:    17 October 1877 Death Place:    SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH Burial Date:    11 October 1877 Cemetery:    Salt Lake City Cemetery Source:    Sexton Records Grave Location:    MT.OL--CEMT--

[NI2616] The Hamburg Reporter Hamburg  Iowa  25 December 1958 Henry Augustus Borchers was born in Hanover Germany on Aug 26, 1817. His p arents were Frederick William and Amelia Steffen Borchers.  The reasons be hind the decision to leave Germany and come to the United States have be en obscurred by time, but he arrived in the New World in 1837 at the a ge of 20. Employed for two years in a store in Baltimore Maryland in 18 39 he moved to Weston, Platte County Missouri, a short distance from St Jo seph Missouri. He he engaged in the merchantile business with an older bro ther, George, for the next nine years.      IN August of 1848 he took up an arms for his adopted country and to ok part in the Mexican War. Mr Borchers served honorably with Co C Missou ri Volunteers, under Captian Craig. After discharge at Ft Leavenworth Kans as he moved to Linden, in Atchison County Missouri, then on to Sidney whe re he was a merchant for several years after 1850. Dissatisfied with affai rs there and expressing a desire to be located nearer the large German set tlement between the Missouri border and Rock Port, Mr Borchers started eve nts rolling which eventually led to the formation of a new town.      In 1857, in conjunction with Job Matthews, A Travis, Henry Brumback a nd Harvey Rector, he formed a company, purchased the land and proceed ed to lay out a virgin tract of swamp, bluff and river bottom into a tow n. This was done by a West Point trained surveyor, Col William Dewe      Mr Borchers was married to Miss Rosamond Nuckolls on June 12, who bo re him three daughters and two sons. Bettie married Edward H Sweeter, Caro line married J H Milby and Florence married Dr F B Rumsey. Son Albert marr ied Miss Mollie Jacobs and George was wed to Miss Kate Reeves.      Mr Borchers was a Lutheran. His life was consistant with his cree d. In all business transactions he was honorable and upright as well as li beral and enterprising. The old Borchers store was located just under t he bluff south of the Hamburg bottling works. The family home was locat ed wher the present High School now stands and was removed when the new st ructure was built in 1924.

[NI2618] 1860 Andrew Co, Savannah, MO Margaret Moodie, 45, land lady, PA S. A, 14, (f) A C 10 (m) E J Nuckles IN 20 M J, 3, IA (f) F M 1 IA (f) Married 1/6/1866 Andrew Co, Savannah MO Jabe Powell born 7/29/1829 Berkshi re Co, Marlborough, MA. 1870 Andrew Co, Savannah, MO Jabe Powell, 40 MA Blacksmith Lizzie J, 30 IN Laura E, 18 MA Rosie V, 10 MO Ursula A 1 MO Maggie Nuckolls, 13, IA Fannie Nuckolls, 11, IA 1880 Census Place Cameron, Clinton, Missouri   Family History Library Fi lm   1254682   NA Film Number   T9-0682   Page Number   491B Elizabeth POWELL   Self   M   Female   W   40   IN   Keeping Hou se   OH   PA Sula POWELL   Dau   S   Female   W   11   MO   At School   CT   IN Bessie POWELL   Dau   S   Female   W   8   MO      CT   IN Roy POWELL   Son   S   Male   W   5   MO      CT   IN John POWELL   Son   S   Male   W   3   MO      CT   IN Lucy POWELL   Dau   S   Female   W   4M   MO      CT   IN

[XI2618] Tombstone maiden name is spelled MODIE

[NI2621] First Name: Emma Last Name: Nuckolls Ethnicity:  Last Place of Residence: Date of Arrival: April 24, 1906 Age at Arrival:  44y Gender:  F Marital Status:  M Ship of Travel: Morro Castle Port of Departure: Havana Manifest Line Number: 0009

[NI2623] Living with Sarah in 1900 Census was a granddaughter named Leslie born 6/1 885, CA CA MT. She was a child of son William.

[DI2623] CADI Sarah A Nuckolls age 81 died San Luis Obispo Co, 6/23/1909

[NI2624] Death certificate of son Chester names his mother as Justin Swift

[NI2625] There is a ref to his death in 1783, but this would make him over 100

[NI2626] This line provided by Judy Powell NWK eves01@bellsouth.net (will probated in Louisa County Court October 12, 1846) and Garland Burnl ey Duke was  appointed executor. He enlisted in the Revolutionary Ar my at the age of 16 and served four years, his enlistment being dated   Februa ry 1, 1777, as first sergeant under Capt. Garland Burnley,   his cousi n, in the regiment of Col. Francis Taylor. Virginia Line,  and continu ed in constant service until April, 1781, when he was  regularly discharge d. He was granted a pension of $120 annually,  under the law of June 7, 18 32, by the Secretary of War, (Virginia House of Delegates Journal, December Session, 1834, Document 44,   page 14 .) He married April 18, 1783, Elizabeth Swift, born March   28, 1762), w ho was the  daughter of Richard Swift and wife Mary, who is believed to ha ve  been a daughter of Richmond Terrell, of Louisa County, Va.  Richard Sw ift was a son of Rev. William Swift, the first rector   of St. Martin's Pa rish, in that portion of Hanover County, Va.,   which, in 1742, became Lou isa County. Hardin Burnley Duke was   appointed administrator of his mothe r's estate, who, after the   death of his father, James Duke, married Samu el Redd and died   about November, 1823. He was also administrator in 18 43 of the estate of his brother, Clevears Duke Source: A genealogy of the Duke-Shepherd-Van Metre family : from civil, mi litary, church, and family records and documents. Smyth, Samuel Gordon,. L ancaster, Pa.. New Era Print Co.. 1984. Notes:   Includes indexes. Subjects:   Duke family. Shepherd family. Van Metre family. Duke, John. Shepherd, Thomas, d. 1698? Van Meteren, Jan Gysbertsen.

[NI2629] Va Confederate Units by County of Origin"-Capt B F Coopers Co. The Grays on Guards: During the Civil War Dr. Cooper served on General Stonewall Jackson's sta ff as copy clerk and has charge of the Confederate Hospital in Harrison V a. The citizens of Grayson Co petitioned General Jackson to grant a discha rge to Dr. Cooper as the county was without any medical services. Brutus Flemming Cooper, M.D., who was the only physician in Grayson Coun ty for 45 years.  He went off to the Civil War at age 28 (1860 GCC HH#45 0, Co. F, 4th VA Inf.) and served as a Captain in B. F. Cooper's Co., t he Grayson Guards.  The people of Oldtown petitioned his commander to l et him come home because they had no physician and he was released to retu rn to Grayson County.  Most of the babies born in Grayson County between 1 855 and 1905 may have been attended by Dr. Cooper. BTW, he married Sarah F rances Nuckolls on 31 Oct 1860 and they had  7 children of their own.

[NI2636] 1930 census has brother in law age 28, cant read name looks like Ilen Death record spelling NUCHOLS

[NI2638] Lexington Herald-Leader (KY) - December 30, 1989 FRANKFORT -- Juanita Choate Nuchols, 87, of Ashwood Place, a retired Sou th Central Bell employee, widow of Robert L. Nuchols, died yesterday at Ki ng's Daughters Memorial Hospital. Services 11 a.m. today at Rogers Funer al Home.

[DI2646] U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current about Ruth M. Greenman Name: «tab»Ruth M. Greenman «tab» Last Residence: «tab»42044  Gilbertsville, Marshall, Kentucky Born: «tab»26 Jan 1912 Died: «tab»3 Mar 2009 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Kentucky (Before 1951

[NI2647] Address as of 1/2002 5916 Shar-Cal Rd Calvert City, KY 42029-9260 502-898-2901

[DI2647] U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current about Irene Moore Name: «tab»Irene Moore «tab» Last Residence: «tab»42055  Kuttawa, Lyon, Kentucky Born: «tab»31 Oct 1914 Died: «tab»19 Jan 2008 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Kentucky (1971)

[DI2648] Social Security Death Index about Mary L. Adkinson Name: «tab»Mary L. Adkinson «tab» Last Residence: «tab»42003  Paducah, Mccracken, Kentucky Born: «tab»5 Aug 1919 Died: «tab»1 Jul 2008 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Kentucky (1963)

[DI2649] Mary Susan, "Sue" died around the middle of May of 1996.  She was the wife of John Edward Nuckols, Irene Moore's brother.  Irene's brother had died in 1970. Taken from a letter from Irene Moore, dated May 28, 1996:"We buried my brother's wife last Sunday.  They found her dead in the floor, she had b en there about 12 hours.  She had a massive stroke.  She was 85, and we will miss her so much."

[BI2652] Kentucky, Birth Index, 1911-1999 about Joseph W Moore Name: «tab»Joseph W Moore «tab» Date of Birth: «tab»10 Jan 1913 County: «tab»Marshall Mother's Name: «tab»Maggie Stringer Volume Number: «tab»9 Certificate Number: «tab»4157 Volume Year: «tab»1913

[DI2652] U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current about Joe Moore Name: «tab»Joe Moore «tab» SSN: «tab»710-12-0361 Last Residence: «tab»42029  Calvert City, Marshall, Kentucky, USA Born: «tab»10 Jan 1913 Died: «tab»Feb 1978 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Railroad Board (Issued Through) (Before 1951) Kentucky Death Index, 1911-2000 about Joe W Moore Name: «tab»Joe W Moore «tab» Death Date: «tab»17 Feb 1978 Death Place: «tab»McCracken Age: «tab»65 Residence: «tab»Marshall Volume: «tab»9 Certificate: «tab»4221

[DI2653] Social Security Death Index about Edward C. Adkinson Name: «tab»Edward C. Adkinson «tab» SSN: «tab»407-09-1464 Last Residence: «tab»42240  Hopkinsville, Christian, Kentucky,  Born: «tab»8 Mar 1916 Died: «tab»25 Nov 2000 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Kentucky (Before 1951)

[DI2655] Kentucky Death Index, 1911-2000 about Julia A Rohrer Name: «tab»Julia A Rohrer «tab» Death Date: «tab»16 Apr 1974 Death Place: «tab»Hckmn Age: «tab»82 Residence: «tab»Graves Volume: «tab»23 Certificate: «tab»11351

[DI2689] Oct 19, 2011 | CALVERT CITY —  Peggy Nell Martin Clements, 82, of Calvert City died Tuesday at her home.She had worked as a cashier at Piggly Wiggly in Reidland and was a member of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.She is survived by her husband, James Rogers Clements; three daughters, Karen Seibert of Reidland, Gail Gossum of Possum Trot, and Marsha Harris of Reidland; two sisters, Helen Byrd and Mary Ann Warren, both of Marshall County, and 11 grandchildren.She was preceded in death by one brother. Her parents were Herman C. and Ruth Nuckolls Martin.Services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at Milner and Orr Funeral Home of Paducah. Burial will follow at Woodlawn Memorial Gardens. Friends may call from 5-8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Read more: The Paducah Sun -

[MI2699] (Medical):Blind

[DI2701] Name: «tab»Sidney Nuckles Death Date: «tab»17 Dec 1958 Death Place: «tab»Cleburne, Johnson Co., Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»W Death Age: «tab»90 years 6 months 10 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»07 Jun 1868 Birthplace: «tab»Alabama Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Green Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Farmer Place of Residence: «tab»Itasca, Hill Co., Texas Cemetery: «tab»Files Valley Burial Place: «tab»Hill Co., Texas Burial Date: «tab»18 Dec 1958 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2115872 Digital Film Number: «tab»4166747 Image Number: «tab»61 Reference Number: «tab»v X cn 73547 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDDM-KQD : accessed 6 May 2012), Sidney Nuckles, 1958.

[NI2709] He was emoloyed at AC Spark Plug, General Motors, never married or had chi ldren.

[NI2717] Was a Vetran of the US Army serving in the Occupational Forces after WW II in Germany. He was employed by the City of Flint Fire Department, f or 28 yrs as a Batalion Cheif retiring in March 1977. Helen worked as a te lephone operator for Michigan Bell, and quit to raise a family, She return ed to work at Rossells Funeral Home, retiring in 1999.

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