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[HI4607] (Research):My name is Mark Williams and came across you page looking for my family  h istory.  My grandmother was Marion Nuckolls, daughter of George Harvey  Nuckolls of Pueblo CO.  My great aunt was Della Vanna Nuckolls who past  away about 1980 in San Diego.  I have a number of photos from Colorado and the Nuckolls family that I am trying to scan and would be interested in  sharing. Please let me know what information you might be of interest to the  socie ty.  My contact information is: 24061 Neece Ave #6 Torrance, CA  90505 ph: 310-378-1191 Regards, Mark Williams markwill@earthlink.net

[DI4607] Name: Marion Nuckolls Williams [Marion Nuckolls Nuckolls] Social Security #: 522074614 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 15 Feb 1902 Birthplace: Colorado Death Date: 24 Dec 1949 Death Place: Santa Clara Mother's Maiden Name: Wallis Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[NI4609] 1880 Census, Freemont Co, Hamburg, IA pg 145d Ezra  was living with his aunt Lucinda  Bourne Nuckolls h/h age 53 b VA a nd her dau Malley age 31 and son Richmond  19 b IA.  ALso were his brothe rs Marshall and Harvey 1910 Census is Margaret Nuckolls, niece age 19 Date: August 14, 1910 Location: Oklahoma Paper: Daily Oklahoman James Peak Hotel Out in the heart of the Rockies-Away from the great heat-Hunting & Fishin g- Baths Hot and cold water Apply E H Nuckolls, Granby CO The R.L. Polk Directory Co.'s Pueblo city directory, 1913 : containing a c omplete alphabetical list of business firms, corporations, and private cit izens, a miscellaneous directory of city, county, state, and United Stat es officers, churches, public and private schools, secret and benevolent s ocieties, etc., etc. : also a complete classified business directory. Pueblo, Colo.: R.L. Polk Directory Co., c1913, 464  pgs. 11/9/1926 Pueblo Co, CO Pueblo 988967 49.7 ac 2 2/ 23-S 68-W No 6th PM CO Reno Evening Gazette Reno  Nevada  28 December 1929 Packing Man Near Death-Phoenix Ariz-Hospital physicians last night report ed as unchanged the condition of Ezra Nuckols former official of Pueblo Co lorado packing company who underwent an operation here last week. His reco very is uncertain Pueblo Chieftan Dec 30, 1929 Ezra Nuckolls Body To Be Brought Here The body of Ezra Nuckolls, who died Saturday night in Phoenix Arizo na as a result of complications from an appendix operation will arri ve in Pueblo Tuesday morning. Mrs Nuckolls and relatives will accompany t he body to Pueblo. Affiliated in the packing business which his father fou nded in Pueblo for more that 35 years, Nuckolls was well known in Puebl o. He was a member of the BPO Elks Lodge No 50 and of the local Kiwanis Cl ub. He is survived by his wife, two nieces , Miss Della Nuckolls of New Yo rk and Miss Marian Nuckolls of Pueblo, and an aunt, Mrs J M Carlile of Pue blo. Funeral arrangements will be announced by the Davis Mortuary. The Pueblo Chieftan, Wednesday, Nov 1, 1930 Public funeral services fo Ezra Nuckolls will take place at 2: p.m. Wednes day Jan 1 from the Chapel of the Davis Mortuary. At Mountain View Cemete ry where the interment will be made, the services will be private.

[NI4612] California Death Index, 1940-1997 about John N Metcalf Name: John N Metcalf Sex: MALE Birth Date: 2 May 1872 Birthplace: Iowa Death Date: 19 Feb 1963 Death Place: Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: Nicolls

[NI4616] 1920 single living withhis mother in Los Angeles, CA

[DI4616] California Death Index, 1940-1997 about Albert E Metcalf Name: «tab»Albert E Metcalf Social Security #: «tab»555323950 Sex: «tab»MALE Birthplace: «tab»California Death Date: «tab»27 Apr 1961 Death Place: «tab»Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: «tab»Nuckolls

[NI4617] Name: Marie Helen Lamb [Marie Helen Metcalf] Social Security #: 0 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 6 Mar 1883 Birthplace: Iowa Death Date: 19 Oct 1945 Death Place: Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: McKolls  (sic) Nuckolls Father's Surname: Metcalf

[NI4620] Social Security Death Index about John M. Lamb Name: John M. Lamb SSN: 568-14-9804 Last Residence: 90069  West Hollywood, Los Angeles, California Born: 30 Apr 1917 Died: 10 May 2006 State (Year) SSN issued: California (Before 1951 )

[NI4625] 5/3/1869 Marin Co, CA-Nathaniel Nuckolls Assigned For Automation 1783 CACAAA 015306         122.73 ac 5 30/ 4-N 7-W No       Mount Diablo         Remarks: LOT 5 OF SWSE         6 30/ 4-N 7-W No Mount Diablo 4/15/1879 Marin Co, CA-Nathaniel Nuckolls         (Frank Reams)Assigned For Automation 37301 CACAAA 024692         160 ac N½NE       11/ 11-N 13-W No Mount Diablo CA         W½NW 12/ 11-N 13-W No Mount Diablo CA Not located in 1900

[DI4625] Oregon Death Index, 1903-98 Name: Nuckolls, Nathenal H. County: Yamhill Death Date: 17 Dec 1912 Certificate: 3719

[DI4628] CADI Holt Nuckolls , spouse M, age 72 died 11/7/1924 Madero Co

[XI4628] Tomstone says Nov 8 1851, but 1851 would conflict with birth of sibling

[DI4629] CADI Margaret Nuckolls, spouse H, age 74 died Madera Co, 7/2/1924

[DI4630] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Mary Belle Harper [Mary Belle Nuckolls] Social Security #: 549057082 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 29 Jan 1883 Birthplace: California Death Date: 9 May 1986 Death Place: San Joaquin Mother's Maiden Name: Covington Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[NI4633] Oxnard Courier Oxnard California 07 July 1911 Santa Barbara- Toasted by Chief Nuckolls of Santa Barbara 1930 Santa Barbara Co, Santa barbara, CA        Fred Nuckolls, 73, widower, md age 21, CA VA MO, Rent $12, no o cc       (Nuckoles index)              Thomas W, son, 40 , single, CA CA C A, laborer, odd jobs

[DI4633] CADI Fred Nuckalls spouse A, age 74 died Santa Barbara Co 10/23/1930 Cert #55621

[XI4633] Plot: 4 West- Lot- 40- Space- 4

[DI4634] CADI Anita Nuckolls, spouse F,  age 65 died Ventura Co 4/29/1927

[DI4636] CADI Alameda Co, CA William S Nuckolls, spouse  HS, age 58 died 4/11/1916

[NI4639] At the age of 8 years went to live with his grandparents, Nathaniel and Sarah Nuckolls, attended school, and at the age of 16 began to make his own way, and made a success of his life. In May 9, 1957, he visited the old Nuckolls Homestead the first descendant of Nathaniel Nuckolls, who was born in the Nuckolls House built by Capt. Robert Garland Nuckolls in 1805; they also visited Richmond, Williamsburg, and Jamestown Virginia; Washington D C; New York City; Massena New York, where their son Roderick is located. Leslie is the owner of the old army single barrel rifle used by his great-grandfather, Capt. Robert G Nuckolls, in the war of 1812. Oxnard Press Courier Oxnard California 16 July 1952 Two week swimming course instructor beginning July 21 by Les Nuckolls Oxnard Press Courier Oxnard California 26 July 1952 The Cub Pack instructed by Less Nuckolls of Ventura Oxnard Press Courier Oxnard California 06 February 1956 Less Nuckolls at gathering

[DI4639] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Leslie W Nuckolls Social Security #: 550461913 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 11 Jun 1885 Birthplace: California Death Date: 20 Apr 1961 Death Place: San Luis Obispo Mother's Maiden Name: Smith

[DI4640] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Laura B Nuckolls Social Security #: 561663925 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 14 Jun 1888 Birthplace: California Death Date: 13 Dec 1977 Death Place: Kern

[BI4641] California Birth Index, 1905-1995 Name: Nuckolls Birth Date: 26 Feb 1918 Gender: Male Mother's Maiden Name: Battenfe Birth County: Kings

[DI4641] Ashley County Ledger  Newspaper Location:    Hamburg, AR, Roderick B. Nuckolls, 84, of Crossett died Saturday, September 21, 200 2, at the Morehouse General Hospital in Bastrop, LA. Born to Lesley W. a nd Laura Battenfeld Nuckolls on February 26, 1918, in Hanford, CA, he w as a thirty-second degree Mason of F&AM St. John's Lodge No. 1 of New Hamp shire. He retired from RAM as a pile driving supervisor and was a memb er of the First Freewill Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his p arents and a sister, Katie Zimkie.Survivors include his wife of near ly 30 years, Shirley Sue Nuckolls of Crossett; two sons, Bill Nuckolls a nd Richard Nuckolls of Eufaula, AL: five stepsons, Dennis Day of Jacksonvi lle, FL, Jeffrey Day of Saraland, AL, James Day of Bastrop, LA, Jerry D ay of Phoenix City, AL, and Billy Day of Lynn Havens, FL; two stepdaughter s, Susie Day of Crossett and Judy Langley of Monticello; two brothers, Ral ph Nuckolls of Ridgecrest, CA, and Robert Nuckolls of Iowa; 15 grandchildr en and nine great-grandchildren.Memorial services were planned for 10 a. m. Tuesday, September 24, in the Jones Funeral Home chapel in Crossett wi th Revs. Gene Cullum and Roy Craig officiating. Memorials may be made to A biding Faith Christian School, 1552 Highway 52 West, Crossett, AR 71635.

[NI4645] Desert Spotlight, Ridgecrest, CA Sunday Sept 15, 2002 Indian artifacts Were His Passion Earl On by Regina Horgan, The Daily Independent "I was born at a very young age in Santa Cruz," said Ralph Nuckolls with a chuckle. "I grew up in Paso Robles and my dad, Leslie W Nuckolls and I started collecting Indian artifacts, mostly mortars and pestles, when I was about 14 years old. One day an archeologist came to Paso Robles and wanted someone to take him around to old Indian campsites so he could take some photos. "Somebody in town told him to go see this kind,Ralph, who was probably the best one to show him around even though I was a kid,"said Nuckolls. "I spent the day with him and we had a great time. At that time lots of people were collecting. Now it is illegal. I offered my collection of about 40 bowls to the museum about 30 years ago, but they only wanted artifacts from around here", said Nuckolls. One of the bowls in his collection was 19 inches in diameter and almost perfectly round, probably a ceremonial mortar. He spent three or four years rebuilding it because it was in 12 pieces. Nuckolls donated that to the Paso Robles Museum where it is on display. IN1941 Nuckolls was drafted and in 1944, wetn to Belgium and Germany. "Most of my early army career was training recruits. I led them through 13 weeks of basic training" said Nuckolls. "All of my firends think I'm too easy ging to have had that kind of job. You had to be mother and father to them and they didn't like you at first; You're chaning their lifestyle, but halfway through the 13 weeks they change their attitude and forget about civilian life and become good soldiers." IN 1945 in Germany he was awarded the Bronze Star. According to the citation, it was for "heroic achievement in connection with military operations against the enemy during the shelling of his Battery. Staff Sgt Nuckolls, as Senior Chief of Sections, prepared his guns for action, maintained control and upon his own initiative, exposed himself to assist the Battery Executive Officer, Roberth Smithson." SMithson later became a lieutenant colonel and happened to have a wife who was a nurse and a full colonel when Nuckolls next saw him at a reuion some 35 years later. "After I got out of the service, I decided I would get a driver's license," said Nuckolls. "I could drive, but because of the war I just hadn't had time, and of course I had no doubt at all that I could get one easily. I wentto the police department to take the test and behind the counter was this beautiful brunette. Much to my surprise, I flunked my test, but I got even with her. I married her and we were married for 55 years" said Nuckolls with a grin. "We have two children, Janice Allen and Kenneth Nuckolls, who both live in Ridgecrest and four grandchildren. Nuckolls came to Ridgecrest in 1951 and opened an upholstery shop. He was in business for over 35 years. While in business, Nuckolls joined the Chamber of Commerce in 1957, served on the board for six years and eventually became president of the Chamber in 1966. He was chairman of the Fair Board in 1964 and in 1955 became president of the Ridgecrest Gun Club. When asked what he did after retirement, Nuckolls said he hunted and fished and mostly complained. He also took care of his beloved wife Eva, who was diagnosed with mutliple sclerosis 40 years earlier and was confined to a wheelchair for the last five years. She died August 2001. Nuckolls keeps busy with friends and meets his "over the hill gang" almost every weekday morning around 8 a.m. at McDonalds, where according to him, they solve world problems. "It's just old retired friends who enjoy each others company. The wives enjoy it too", said Nuckolls. Nuckolls joined T'ai Chi Chih class this past July and practices the relaxing moves almost daily. "It not only helps the body, but the mind too. I just feel better." said Nuckolls. He belongs to the Saturday SIngles Over 55 Group that meets for dinner twince a month and still enjoys dancing whenever he gets  a chance. Nuckolls joined Kiwanis in 1970 when he was in business and has been very active ever since. He always signs up for the Kiwanis Walk-A-Thon, works the pizza booth at the fair twice a year and the fundraiser pancake breakfast at Leroy Jackson Park during Maturango Junction days. "It' s a good social and service organization to belong to. We dont throw parties and things like that but the camaraderie is fantastic" said Nuckolls. Kiwanis has a luncheon meeting every Thursday at Farris' Restaurant at the Heritage. Nuckolls' 83rd birthday happened to fall of Thursday Aug 29th this year. "They even had chocolate cake for dessert in honor of the occasion, but no candle" joked Nuckolls. "No, seriously, they have what they call steak and cake on the last Thursday of every month. It wasn't because it was my birthday, but a guy can always dream, can't he?"

[BI4645] California Birth Index, 1905-1995 Name: Nuckolls Birth Date: 29 Aug 1919 Gender: Male Mother's Maiden Name: Battenfe Birth County: Santa Cruz

[DI4645] Bakersfield Californian, The (CA) - January 5, 2006 Deceased Name: Ralph Glen Nuckolls Ralph Glen Nuckolls, 86, Ridgecrest, Jan. 6. Visitation 4 to 7 p.m. Ja n. 6, Holland & Lyons Chapel; funeral services 11 a.m. Jan. 7, I.W.V. Masonic Lodge 684, 625 N. Norma St. Ridgecrest; interment at Desert Memorial Park. Holland & Lyons Mortuary, Ridgecrest Long time resident Ralph Glen Nuckolls passed away peacefully at home with family Tuesday, Jan 3, 2006. Open viewing will be from 4-7 Friday, Jan 6 at  Holland and Lyons Chapel, 216 N Norma St. Ralph was born in Santa Cruz in 1919 and soon after moved to Paso Robles, where he grew up. He, along with his two brothers and a sister, learned the grocery business, serving up fresh orange juice along the old Highway 101. After high school, he joined the Army and was stationed at Camp Roberts when Pearl harbor was attacked. Sergeant Ralph Nuckolls was sent to Germany, leading 12 men with their Howitzer cannons. After the war, he met Marion Eva Flynn in Paso Robles at the local DMV, where she flunked him on his driving test. He got even by marrying Eva and he did get his driver's license too! They moved to Bakersfield and opened a restaurant. In his spare time, he learned to upholster furniture and cars. This became one of his many passions along with fishing and hunting.In 1951 he heard about a boom town called Ridge Crest, where he and Eva soon moved to start a family. They also opened Nuckolls Upholstry. He became very much involved with the community. He was a life member and president of the Chamber of Commerce. He was also a member of Kiwanis, VFW and the Masonic Lodge. His face could always be seen at the Kiwanis Pizza booth and Pancake breakfasts. If there was work to be done for Ridgecrest, you could count on Ralph. Ralph was preceded in death by his wife of 53 yearrs, Eva. He is survived by his son and daughter-in-law Ken and Sharon Nuckolls; his daughter Janice and husband David Allen all from Ridgecrest; and five grandchildren, Michael and Lisa Allen, Bill Summers and wife Chiffor, Adam and Jeremy Nuckolls. Name: Ralph G. Nuckolls SSN: 571-14-8709 Last Residence: 93555  Ridgecrest, Kern, California Born: 29 Aug 1919 Died: 3 Jan 2006 State (Year) SSN issued: California (Before 1951 )

[XI4645] U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 about Ralph G Nuckolls Name: «tab»Ralph G Nuckolls Service Info.: «tab»US ARMY WORLD WAR II Birth Date: «tab»29 Aug 1919 Death Date: «tab»3 Jan 2006 Cemetery: «tab»Desert Memorial Park Cemetery Address: «tab»801 S San Bernardino Rd Ridgecrest, CA 93555 U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Ralph Nuckolls Name: «tab»Ralph Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»29 Aug 1919 Death Date: «tab»3 Jan 2006 Branch 1: «tab»ARMY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»18 Mar 1941 Release Date 1: «tab»22 Dec 1945

[DI4646] Daily Independent newspaper Ridgecrest CA Kern County August 9, 2001 Marian Eva Nuckollls, a 50 year resident of Ridgecrest, died on Tuesday, A ug. 7, 2001, at Ridgecrest Regional Hospital. She was 83.Visitation will be held from 5 to 7 pm at Holland & Lyons Chapel on Thursday, August 9. Funeral services will be held at Holland & Lyons Chapel on Friday, A ugust 10 at 10 am. Burial will be at Desert Memorial Park.Mrs. Nuckolls was born on Sept. 22, 1917, at Lompoc. During the depression, she worked cleaning houses while attending college. She worked on the gas ration board during WWII. After the war, she worked in the Paso Robles Police Department as a dispatcher and general clerk.She and her husband, Ralph, were  married on Sept. 17, 1946, in Paso Robles, and moved to Bakersfield where they lived for five years. In 1951 they moved to Ridgecrest and opened Nuckolls Upholstery.They retired in 1981, turning the shop over to their son, Ken.Mrs. Nuckolls was active in both the VFW and Altrusa club of Ridgecrest. She is survived by her husband, Ralph Nuckolls, son and daughter-in-law, Kenneth and Sharon Nuckolls; daughter and son-in-law, Janice and David Allen; grandchildren, Michael and Lisa Allen of Ridgecrest, Bill Summers of Kent, Wash., Jeremy Nuckolls of Gainsville, Fla., and Adam Nuckolls of Ridgecrest; neices, Mary Jo Wright of Lommpoc and Erin Pate of San Luis Obispo.Holland & Lyons Mortuary is assisting the family with arrangements

[NI4648] California Birth Index, 1905-1995 about Kathryn J Nuckolls Name: Kathryn J Nuckolls Birth Date: 15 Feb 1924 Gender: Female Mother's Maiden Name: Battenfe Birth County: Kern Name: Kathryn Ziemke [Kathryn Nuckolls] Social Security #: 562246136 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 15 Feb 1924 Birthplace: California Death Date: 27 Dec 1988 Death Place: Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: Battenfeld Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[NI4650] 1900 living with mother and step father Carl Evans Date: October 5, 1913 Location: Oregon Paper: Oregonian Miss Hazel Nuckolls is making an extended trip visiting relatives and frie nds in the Puget Sound cities

[DI4651] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: George R Nuckolls Social Security #: 0 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 22 Feb 1860 Birthplace: California Death Date: 7 Mar 1944 Death Place: Fresno Mother's Maiden Name: Fine Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[NI4652] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Jeffee Nuckolls Archer [Jeffee Nuckolls Nuckolls] Social Security #: 0 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 11 Jan 1862 Birthplace: California Death Date: 8 Jan 1942 Death Place: San Luis Obispo Mother's Maiden Name: Fine Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[NI4654] 1930 San Luis Obispo Co, Paso Robles, CA Mary Wallace, dead, widow, md age 24 CA VA TN Louise Nuckolls, niece, 12, NV Name: Maria Wallace [Maria Nuckolls] Social Security #: 0 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 25 Dec 1865 Birthplace: California Death Date: 22 Feb 1945 Death Place: San Luis Obispo Mother's Maiden Name: Fine Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[DI4655] George E Wallce, age 66, San Luis Obispo, wife blank Cert#38314

[NI4659] Funeral services were held at Rose Chapel, interment in the Colusa Cemeter y, CA. He was a tall slim man near 6 ft, fair complexion, very industrio us man, a carpenter by trade; owned an acre of land in Butte Co at the foo thills of the Sierras, where he spent his last years. Marriage found: Creed Nuckolls to Etta Shay 1890-1895 in Yuba City, CA (LDS) California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Creed Nuckolls Social Security #: 568039728 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 9 Jan 1870 Birthplace: California Death Date: 19 Mar 1955 Death Place: Butte Mother's Maiden Name: Finn Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[DI4660] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Etta Nuckolls Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 10 Feb 1875 Birthplace: Michigan Death Date: 24 Oct 1960 Death Place: Butte

[NI4661] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Roy Ernest Nuckolls res Biggs CA Age 23 born Dec 15, 1893 in Paso Robles, CA Machinist for City of Biggs, CA Single, med height, med build, light blue eyes, light hair Signed 6/2/1917 Roy Ernest Nuckolls California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Roy Ernest Nuckolls Social Security #: 564208558 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 15 Dec 1894 Birthplace: California Death Date: 22 Nov 1980 Death Place: Alameda Mother's Maiden Name: Kimble

[XI4661] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Roy Nuckolls Name: «tab»Roy Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»15 Dec 1894 Death Date: «tab»22 Nov 1980 SSN: «tab»564208558 Branch 1: «tab»ARMY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»28 Jun 1918 Release Date 1: «tab»10 Jul 1919

[NI4662] U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Earl Herman Nuckolls Birth Date: 1 Sep 1896 Residence: Colusa, California 1017 Clay St Colusa, CA Birth: Paso Robles, California Race: White  Roll: WWII_1542838 Contact: Geo L Messick, Colusa, CA Emp: Geo L Messick Co 411 Market St, Colusa CA Name:    Earl Nuckolls SSN:    545-09-9561 Last Residence:    95490  Willits, Mendocino, California,  Born:    1 Sep 1896 Died:    Apr 1982 State (Year) SSN issued:    California (Before 1951 ) California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Earl Herman Nuckolls Social Security #: 545099561 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 1 Sep 1895 Birthplace: California Death Date: 1 Apr 1982 Death Place: Mendocino Mother's Maiden Name: Kimble

[XI4662] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Earl Nuckolls Name: «tab»Earl Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»1 Sep 1896 Death Date: «tab»1 Apr 1982 SSN: «tab»545099561 Branch 1: «tab»ARMY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»5 Feb 1918 Release Date 1: «tab»17 Apr 1919

[BI4663] Surname:    FLOYD M NUCKOLLS Birth Date:    09/28/1905 Sex:    MALE Mother's Maiden Name:    KIMBLE Birthplace:    FRESNO

[DI4663] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Floyd Melvin Nuckolls Social Security #: 546036068 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 28 Sep 1905 Birthplace: California Death Date: 12 Jan 1992 Death Place: Butte Mother's Maiden Name: Kimble

[NI4665] Possibly wife Violet D, she applicant on his tombstone application in 1956

[DI4665] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Howard Irvin Nuckolls Social Security #: 554205547 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 24 Jan 1901 Birthplace: California Death Date: 5 Jul 1956 Death Place: Colusa Mother's Maiden Name: Kimball Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[XI4665] U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 flat bronze marker, Christian emblem Name: «tab»Howard Irvin Nuckolls Birth Date: «tab»24 Jan 1901 Death Date: «tab»5 Jul 1956 Cemetery: «tab»Colusa Cemetery Cemetery Location: «tab»Colusa, California Enlisted 10/2/1942 Discharged 2/22/1943 Served CA, Pvt, Cannon Co, 119th Inf, US Army Applicant Violet D Nuckolls, 242 Lafayette St, Colusa St, Colusa, CA 7/9/1956

[NI4666] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Clarence O Nuckolls Birth Year: 1909 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: California State: California County or City: Colusa Enlistment Date: 15 Jul 1942 Enlistment State: California Enlistment City: San Francisco 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: Army of the United States - includes the following: Voluntary e nlistments effective December 8, 1941 and thereafter; One year enlistmen ts of National Guardsman whose State enlistment expires while in the Feder al Service; Officers appointed in the Army of Education: 1 year of high school Civil Occupation: Frameman, Telephone And Telegraph Marital Status: Married Height: 64 Weight: 119 California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Clarence Orval Nuckolls Social Security #: 567058059 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 15 Jun 1909 Birthplace: California Death Date: 10 Aug 1994 Death Place: Butte Mother's Maiden Name: Kimble

[HI4667] (Research):Hi: I was surfing the web looking for a family genealogy site I had used before, but instead of finding the one I expected I found yours at «u»«/u» and I saw my Grandmothers name highlighted in red. I eventually found my hard copy of the family genealogy that grandma (Melba) researched. I am not a researcher, but if you need information on the family beyond the fact that Melba was the wife of Freddie Lyn Nuckolls (born 20 April 1913, Biggs CA; Married 1 May 1935, Yuba City, CA) I would be happy to try to help or connect you with a family member who would know. Thank you for the work you do. Annette (Nuckolls) McCoy From: «u»enette7@sbcglobal.net «/u»

[DI4667] Name: Freddie L. Nucrolls SSN: 560-07-9805 Last Residence: 94954  Petaluma, Sonoma, California, Born: 20 Apr 1913 Died: 5 May 2001 State (Year) SSN issued: California (Before 1951 )

[DI4668] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Hugh Nuckolls Social Security #: 549248625 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 14 Jul 1872 Birthplace: California Death Date: 27 May 1957 Death Place: San Mateo Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[DI4670] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Hugh V Nuckolls Sex: MALE Birth Date: 10 Aug 1894 Birthplace: California Death Date: 30 May 1960 Death Place: Shasta Mother's Maiden Name: Mothersf

[NI4671] The descendants of this family are from Karen Dolly , Nuckolls Society mem ber karend@supremecorq.com Poss another wife named Gertrude, buried in same cemetery 1878-1974 California Death Index, 1940-1997 about Gertrude M Nuckolls Name: «tab»Gertrude M Nuckolls Social Security #: «tab»547074063 Sex: «tab»Female Birth Date: «tab»4 Dec 1878 Birthplace: «tab»Indiana Death Date: «tab»14 Jan 1974 Death Place: «tab»Los Angeles

[MI4671] (Medical):Unable to walk due to an automobile accident in 1951

[DI4671] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Jake K Nuckolls Social Security #: 573345873 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 29 Apr 1876 Birthplace: California Death Date: 28 Jan 1956 Death Place: Fresno Mother's Maiden Name: Fine Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[DI4672] Nevada State Journal Reno  Nevada  18 October 1955 Deaths-Cottrell-In Reno Oct 15, Lola E Cottrell wife of Edward Cottrel l, Sparks, mother of Fred Nuckolls, Carl Nuckolls, Susanville, Laurie Kir k, Louise Dolly- three brothers Henry Charles and Archie Price Eugene Oreg on. Services today at 11.Interment in Fallon, Nev. Nevada State Journal Reno  Nevada  20 October 1955 Mrs Lola Cottrell Funer al Service Held.Funeral Services were held Tuesday for Mrs Lola Cottre ll of Sparks from the O'Brien-Rogers Chapel. Mrs Cottrell came to Neva da as a girl and lived at Yerington until 1936 when she moved to Sparks. S he was active in Salvation Army work and in the Auxillary of the VFW. S he is survived by her husband Edward of Sparks and four sons, Fred and Ca rl Nuckolls of Susanville, Jess Kirk of Ely and Lauri Kirk of Applegate, C alif. She leaves one daughter Mrs Louise Dolly of White Pines, Calif and s everal brothers, sisters, nieces and nephews. Interment was in Fallon.

[NI4673] Reno Evening Gazette Reno Nevada 05 May 1938 Fred Nuckolls guest at party Nevada State Journal Reno  Nevada  07 September 1946 Susanville, CA- Fred Nuckolls and R N Strong were nominated for 3 year tr ustees Nevada State Journal Reno  Nevada  25 May 1951 Annual luncheon of Nevada's star range home economics committee- Attend ed by Mrs Vera Nuckolls, visitor from Susanville, CA California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Fred Nuckolls Social Security #: 559058901 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 9 Apr 1909 Birthplace: Nevada Death Date: 13 Dec 1988 Death Place: Lassen Mother's Maiden Name: Price

[NI4674] 1930 Township 3, Glenn, CA Louis P Misen Laura P Thelma, dau Carl Nuckolls 17 1912 California  Foster Son  White Also enumerated in the household of his parents. Reno Evening Gazette Reno Nevada 17 November 1942 Deeds recorded last week- Carl Nuckolls to Loda DeGroot fraction of lo ts 33 and 34 Block 42 Newton Tract Reno Evening Gazette Reno Nevada 23 June 1947 New Susanville Rifle Club- Members- Carl Nuckolls, executive officer. Reno Evening Gazette Reno Nevada 22 April 1949 Lassen VFW Seats Officers-Carl Nuckolls, surgeon Reno Evening Gazette Reno Nevada 28 February 1958 Susanville Ca, City Council - Carl Nuckolls California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Carl Nuckolls Social Security #: 530093695 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 2 Jul 1913 Birthplace: California Death Date: 17 Aug 1963 Death Place: Lassen Mother's Maiden Name: Price

[NI4676] Went to New Mexico and became a teacher

[NI4677] Ellon N Nuckolls   Age: 53 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0013   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0239   County:  Carroll   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Daughter Flora E 24 Virginia Grandson Elbert J Myers 04 Virginia

[NI4678] This family appears inthe First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred Book II on p age 293.  Many additional descendants have been added to this family. Tombstone DOB is 9/2/1881 Name:    Robt Huey Nuckolls City:    Not Stated  County:    Carroll  Stat e:    Virginia Birth Date:    2 Sep 1880  Race:    White  Roll:    1984613  DraftBoar d:    0 Robert Huey Nuckolls res Carroll Co, Chaffin?, VA Age 38 born  Sept 2 1880 Self Emp Farmer Kin- Mrs Corley Elizabeth Nuckolls 5'6" Med build, blue eyes, blk hair Signed Hillsville VA Sept 12 1918 Robert H Nuckalls   Age: 30 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0013   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0241   County:  Carroll   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Wife Corley E 29 Virginia Daughter Laura N 06 Virginia U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Robert Hugh Nuckolls Birth Date: 2 Sep 1881 age 60 Residence: Carroll, Virginia RFD 4 Galax, VA Birth: Carroll, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Corla Nuckolls Self Emp Daughter Lissie E 04 Virginia Son Chester W 01 Virginia

[NI4682] Galax Gazette  Jan 7 2007 Gladys Lee Nuckolls Spurlock, 76, of Bristol, Tenn., went to be with the L ord on Friday, Dec. 29, 2006 from the Wellmont Bristol Regional Medical Ce nter. She was born on Aug. 29, 1930 in Carroll County to the late Willi am Chester "Bill" Nuckolls and Minnie Lee Kyle Nuckolls.  She attended Woo dlawn School and high school and was a 1946 graduate of Woodlawn High Scho ol. She retired from Bristol Memorial Hospital after 18 years of servic e. She was a member of Meadowview Presbyterian Church on Hwy. 126 and t he Ladies Auxiliary VFW Post 6975. She loved gardening and working with h er many flowers. She was a loving wife, mother and grandmother and wi ll be greatly missed by all. She was preceded in death by a son, Erne st W. Spurlock Jr. and a sister, Joyce Nuckolls Brannock. Survivors inclu de her husband of 55 years, Ernest W. Spurlock of the home; a daughter, An gela Joycelee Spurlock of Bristol, Tenn.; three grandchildren, Adrienne, J acob and Aleigha; a brother, Bill Nuckolls and his wife, Wilma of Winston- Salem, N.C., a brother-in-law, Elmo Brannock, the husband of the late Joy ce Brannock of Galax; and several nieces and nephews. A funeral was he ld at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Oakley-Cook Funeral Home with the committal servi ce and burial in the Glenwood Cemetery. The Rev. Alan Chapman officiate d. Pallbearers were nephews and friends. Honorary pallbearers were Dr. Jo hn A. Green, Dr. Douglas Green and Dr. Elvira Loria. The family appreciat ed the staff and employees of Bristol Dialysis Center. Condolences and mem ories may be shared with the family by visiting www.oakley-cook.com or fax ed to (423) 764-3770.

[NI4684] Name: Joyce R. Brannock SSN: 227-44-8185 Last Residence: 24333  Galax, Galax City, Virginia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 2 Apr 1936 Died: 19 May 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1952 ) Roanoke Times, The (VA) - May 21, 2003 Deceased Name: OBIT - BRANNOCK, JOYCE RUBY NUCKOLLS BRANNOCK, Joyce Ruby Nuckolls, 67, of Galax, Va., died Monday, May 19, 200 3. Funeral service 2 p.m. Thursday at Vaughan-Guynn Chapel

[NI4689] Roanoke Times, The (VA) - December 7, 1998 Deceased Name: OBIT - NUCKOLLS, BURT NUCKOLLS, Burt, ("Cub"), 85, of Galax, passed away Saturday, December 5, 1 998. Funeral 10 a.m. Tuesday, Vaughan-Guynn Funeral Chapel. Name: Bert M. Nuckolls SSN: 236-10-1260 Last Residence: 24333  Galax, Galax City, Virginia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 22 Aug 1913 Died: 5 Dec 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: West Virginia (Before 1951 )

[DI4694] Daughter of Robert Hugh Nuckolls & Corlean Elizabeth Bryant One of five children; 2 sisters & 2 brothers Married E. C. Kirby abt 1928 Mother of two children; 1 daughter, Natalie & 1 son, Paul C. Social Security Death Index about Laura Kirby Name:  Laura Kirby  SSN:  235-68-6993 Last Residence:  24740  Princeton, Mercer, West Virginia, United States of America Born:  29 Jan 1904 Died:  Dec 1980 State (Year) SSN issued:

[NI4696] Rosa Amelia died weeks after giving birth to Elbert. Elbert said that s he lost so much blood & they could not keep her warm so she eventually fro ze to death.      Elbert's wife Zora used to tell us that even with the wo od stove - in the mornings in the winter that they would have to break thr ough the ice in the bucket to have water for Thier breakfast.

[BI4698] Name: «tab»Not Named Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»19 Jun 1885 Birthplace: «tab» Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Thomas H. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Ellen Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01781-1 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046922 Reference Number: «tab»p 261 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5XH-DJW : accessed 6 April 2012), Not Named Nuckolls (1885).

[NI4700] Date: August 6, 1915 Paper: Daily Alaska Dispatch Elbert Lee Nuckolls, an attorney from Fayetteville, WV is in the city and is registered at the Gsteneau. He is a brother of Richard Nuckolls of Ketchikan who has extensive mining property in that district

[BI4700] Name: «tab»(Not Named) Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»02 Aug 1868 Birthplace: «tab» Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Thomas Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Charoltte Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01780-5 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046922 Reference Number: «tab»p 67 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5X4-KFF : accessed 6 April 2012), (Not Named) Nuckolls (1868).

[DI4700] CADI, Elbert L Nuckolls, spouse B T, age 68 died LA Co, 7/30/1936 cert#42370

[NI4701] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Berta Thornton Nuckolls [Berta Thornton Thornton] Social Security #: 0 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 2 Sep 1872 Birthplace: Virginia Death Date: 3 Nov 1946 Death Place: Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: Johnston Father's Surname: Thornton

[BI4702] Name: «tab»Jessie Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»10 May 1896 Birthplace: «tab»Carroll, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Elbert L. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Burtie Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00619-2 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046923 Reference Number: «tab»p 451 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5KN-KMR : accessed 6 April 2012), Jessie Nuckolls (1896).

[DI4702] GUTHRIE   JESSIE  «tab» N  «tab» 1896  «tab» 05  «tab» 10  «tab»  «tab» FEMALE  «tab» VA  «tab» LOS ANGELES  «tab» 1974  «tab» 11  «tab» 02  «tab» 550167153  «tab» 78  «tab» 44 California Death Index, 1940-1997 about Jessie N Guthrie Name: «tab»Jessie N Guthrie «tab» Social Security #: «tab»550167153 Sex: «tab»Female Birth Date: «tab»10 May 1896 Birthplace: «tab»Virginia Death Date: «tab»2 Nov 1974 Death Place: «tab»Los Angeles

[NI4703] I used to have a book that a reverend wrote but the information they h ad on my dad was incorrect. They showed he died of pneumonia. My Mother us ed to tell us the story that my Dad was real sick and that the newspaper t hought he wouldn't make it so they said he pased on. My father was Elbe rt Lee Nuckolls the only son of Elbert Lee Nuckolls who was a judge in Fay ettville West Virginia. My Dad had 7 children that lived although now the re are only 4 of us left. I am curious if your book makes referen ce to my Father. Thanks for your assistance.  Thelma Ann Nuckolls-Cuell ar t.cuellar@verizon.net California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Elbert L Nuckolls Social Security #: 224186669 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 2 Oct 1905 Birthplace: West Virginia Death Date: 31 Aug 1970 Death Place: Los Angeles

[NI4704] A typical prospector for gold in Mexico, California, Nevada and Washingto n. Before going to Alaska, years before the Gold Rush days of 1898, his fi rst success was on Prince of Wales Island, where he uncovered a gold-beari ng quartz vein, which he sold for $10,000. With the money, he return ed to his native Virginia; married 1905; the lure of gold still in his vei ns, he and his bride returned to Alaska. Among his prospects was the Go ld Standard property at Helm Bay, which has been producing gold for more t han 30 years, and the mine at Sea Level, Alaska. Date: August 6, 1915 Paper: Daily Alaska Dispatch Elbert Lee Nuckolls, an attorney from Fayetteville, WV is in the city a nd is registered at the Gsteneau. He is a brother of Richard Nuckolls of K etchikan who has extensive mining property in that district

[DI4707] Source: Alaska Sportsman, March, 1967; Cover title: "Life On The Last Frontier" Column: End Of The Trail. page 56. "Mrs. Ruth LOKKEN, 59, a lifelong resident of Ketchikan and daughter of one of the city's founders, died July 3. Her father, the late Dick NUCKOLLS, settled in the area after prospecting in the Yukon, and had mining claims in the early days at Thorne Arm, Helm Bay and several locations on Prince of Wales Island. Mrs. LOKKEN was born in Ketchikan November 19, 1907. For many years she and her husband, the late John LOKKEN, who headed the General Petroleum Company at Ketchikan, lived aboard the Falls of Clyde, an old sailing ship which was moored at Ketchikan and used as a floating oil barge.

[NI4708] Wrote a prayer on a wood plank that became the underside of the threshold house in Virginia. It was discovered when the house was torn down. It is signed in 1893. Its current location is on Ellis Carl Nuckolls'  china hutch

[DI4709] Calif death indexes begin in 1940 and she not listed. So I am assuming she died prior to 1940 and after she was enumerated in the 1930 census

[NI4710] There was an H C Knuckles who married a Fannie Weaver 1916-1918 in McInto sh Co, OK. They are found in the 1920 Census of Osage Co, Powhusky, OK - pg 13 HC is age 56 b Kansas, Fannie is age 19 born OK and they have a s on Roy age 11months. (Enumerated Jan 14, 1920) This is the only fellow who fits this profile.  However, wife Grace is wi th him in 1920 and 1930 census.

[NI4711] The Quinton Pioneer, Friday, May 5, 1911 Pittsburg Co, OK    NUCKOLLS Our city was shocked this morning to receive the announcement of the dea th of Mrs. Henry C. Nuckolls which occurred at 12 o'clock last night at h er home near this city. Some months ago Mrs. Nuckolls was stricken with ap pendicitis and Dr. Gray operated. She was ill a long time but finally w as well enough to drive in and call on her friends and all hoped she wou ld soon be able to resume her place among us, but she relapsed and a seco nd operation was performed Thursday morning and she slowly sank till dea th claimed her at midnight. Her bright smile and cheery presence will be s adly missed by many warm friends. To her heart broken husband and two son s, words are inadequate to express our sympathy and sorrow. Their ho me is darkened forever. Mrs. Nuckolls' place in the hearts of her frien ds and family can never be filled, and she was a bright personality so ind ividual in her character that her place will forever remain vacant. If s he found others uncongenial she never made an unkind remark and she was tr ue to her friends. Mrs. Nuckolls was a member of the Christian Church a nd several social clubs. The remains will be taken to her home in Virgin ia for interment. May the blue grass sod of old Virginia rest gently ov er her.

[NI4713] Jill's great uncle Lester worked for Ellis Nuckolls' grocery Came to Oklahoma in 1908 Came to Ponca City, Ok in 1917 Entered Army 6/1918 and served at Kelly Field, San Antonio, TX Discharged 5/1919 Attended Quinton High School Attended Oklahoma A & M Attended Fort Smith Business College Owned Nuckolls Grocery for 30 years

[BI4713] Name: «tab»Ellis Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»18 Mar 1895 Birthplace: «tab»Carroll, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Henry C. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Fanny Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00619-2 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046923 Reference Number: «tab»p 432 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5KJ-92K : accessed 6 April 2012), Ellis Nuckolls (1895).

[NI4715] Name: «tab»Billy B Miller Titles & Terms: «tab»Mr Event: «tab»Marriage Event Date: «tab»21 Jan 1944 Event Place: «tab»Le Flore, Oklahoma, United States Age: «tab»20 Race: «tab» Birth Date: «tab» Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1924 Marriage License or Bond Date: «tab» Place of Marriage License or Bond: «tab» Both of Detroit MI Father: «tab» Father's Titles & Terms: «tab» Mother: «tab» Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab» Spouse: «tab»Virginia Nuckolls Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab»Miss Spouse's Age: «tab»18 Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1926 Spouse's Father: «tab» Spouse's Father's Titles & Terms: «tab» Spouse's Mother: «tab» Spouse's Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab» Reference Number: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2027393 Digital Folder Number: «tab»4532570 Image Number: «tab»00768 Source Citation "Oklahoma County Marriages, 1891-1959," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/VR3K-NXW : accessed 27 April 2012), Virginia Nuckolls (1944).

[DI4715] Social Security Death Index about Virginia L. Perrin Name: «tab»Virginia L. Perrin SSN: «tab»443-12-4804 Last Residence: «tab»73120  Oklahoma City, Oklahoma,  Born: «tab»20 Sep 1922 Died: «tab»10 Dec 2000 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Oklahoma (Before 1951)

[NI4716] Too close to date of birth to ignore this possibility: Austin American-Statesman (TX) - May 19, 1996 ABERNATHY, RUTH NUCKOLS, 72, of Burnet died Friday. Rosary 7 p.m. today Ed gar Funeral Home, Burnet. Mass 11 p.m. Monday, Our Mother of Sorrows Catho lic Church. Burial Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio. (SS DI 1/30/1924 Issued Missouri died 5/17/1996 last res Burnet Co, Burnet, T X) NO Ruth Nuckols this age in 1930 census)

[DI4716] Social Security Death Index about Lois Ruth Withrow Name: «tab»Lois Ruth Withrow «tab» Last Residence: «tab»79765  Odessa, Ector, Texas Born: «tab»29 Jan 1924 Died: «tab»14 May 2009 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Oklahoma (Before 1951)

[NI4717] Radio Operator in West Indies 1946-1948 U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Joe V Nuckolls Birth Year: 1925 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Oklahoma State: Oklahoma County or City: Kay Enlistment Date: 26 Oct 1945 Enlistment State: Oklahoma Enlistment City: Oklahoma City Branch: No branch assignment Grade: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Education: 2 years of high school Civil Occupation: Student Codes 0x, 2x, 4x and 6x as pertain to students w ill be converted, for machine records purposes, to the code number 992. Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 00 Weight: 000

[DI4720] Social Security Death Index about B. Nuckolls Name: «tab»B. Nuckolls SSN: «tab»448-10-4695 Last Residence: «tab»74601  Ponca City, Kay, Oklahoma,  Born: «tab»30 Nov 1900 Died: «tab»Nov 1978 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Oklahoma (Before 1951)

[NI4726] Graduate Medical College, Baltimore, MD and Medical College of Richmond,Va. Began the practice of medicine 1896 in Fluvania Co, VA then located in Hillsville, VA where he became the good and kind Country Doctor, loved by all. The Nuckolls Drug Store, Hillsville, VA, and his large practice are symbols of his God and humanity.

[DI4726] NUCKOLLS CHESTER B County Name: CUYAHOGA Date of Death: 6/28/1935 Volume Number: 7848 Certificate Number: 36274 Ohio Deaths 1908-1953 Name : Dr Chrstre Bullard Nuckolls Death date : 28 Jun 1935 Death place : Hanna House, Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio Birth date : About 16 May 1866 Estimated birth year : Birth place : Carroll, Co. Va Age at death : 69 years 1 month 13 days Gender : Male Marital status : Married Race or color : American Street address : Occupation : Physician Residence : Hillsville, Va Burial date : 28 Jun 1935 Burial place : Pulaski, Va Cemetery name : Spouse name : Carrie Father name : Thomas Nuckolls Father birth place : Carroll, Co. Va Mother name : Justin Swift Mother birth place : Va. GSU film number : 2022520 Digital GS number : 4020594 Image number : 947 Certificate number : fn 36274

[NI4728] Educated: B. A. 1924; Al.  D., 1928, Univ. of Va.; Intern 1928-1929; Ass t.  Resident Tuberculosis and Medicine 1929-1930, both at Cleveland, Ohi o, City Hospital;  Surgical Residency St. Alexis Hosp., Cleveland, Ohi o,  1930-1931; Resident Urology, Univ.  Hosp., Cleveland, I932.  Urologi st U. S. N. Hosp.  Brooklyn, N. Y., ; Urologist U. S. N. Hosp., Dublin, Ga ., 1945-Jan. 1946.  Visitant in Urology, SL Alexis Hospital; Courtesy Sta ff in Urology, Univ.  Hosp. (Demonstrator in Urology - Western Reserve Uni v.), Marymont Hosp., Grace Hosp., St. john's Hosp., Cleveland, Ohio; Cap t.  Al.  C. USNR 1942-1946, North & South Atlantic, Europe, African Theatr es.  Member: Amer.  Med.  Assn.; American Urological Assn; North Central S ection Amer.  Urological Assn.; Diplomate of National Board of Med.  Exami ners; Diplomate of Amer.  Board of Urology; Fellow of Amer.  College of Su rgeons. Name:    Chester R Nuckolls Gender:    Male Date of Death:    20 December 1971 Volume:    20726 Certificate:    098434 Autopsy:    Yes - Unknown Marital Status:    Married Place of Death:    Garfield Hts., Cuyahoga County Certifier:    Physician Race:    White Residence:    Lakewood, Cuyahoga County Age:    68 Years

[DI4728] Plain Dealer, Cleveland, OH 12/21/1971 Dr Nuckolls Dies; Physican was 68 Dr Chester R Nuckolls, 68, a Cleveland physican and urologist, died of a heart attack yesterday in Marymount Hospital. Dr Nuckolls who maintained offices in the Osborn Medical Building, 1020 Huron Rd SE was on the stafffs of Grace, St Alexis, St John and Marymount hospitals and Lutheran Medical Center. He served in the Navy in WWII and at Bethesda Naval Hospital during the Korean War. He was born in Hillsville Va, was graduated from the medcical school of the Univ of Virginia, a member of the Academy of Medicine of Cleveland, American and Ohio State medical associations., the International College of Surgeons, the American Board of Urology and the American Urological Association. His wife, Gertrude survives. His home was at 12506 Edgewood Dr, Lakewood. Serevices will be Thursday at Ridgewood, NJ.

[XI4728] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about C. Nuckolls Name: «tab»C. Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»30 Sep 1903 Death Date: «tab»20 Dec 1971 SSN: «tab»280362618 Branch 1: «tab»NAVY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»6 Apr 1942 Release Date 1: «tab»22 Dec 1945

[DI4736] David W. Nuckels, 66, of Bloomington, died Friday Sept. 28, 2012, at OSF St. Francis Medical Center, Peoria, Ill., from complications from surgery.Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2, at Trinity Lutheran Church, Bloomington, with the Revs. Thomas Wirsing and Chirstopher Nitzel officiating.  Burial will be in Evergreen Memorial Cemetery in Bloomington.  Visitation will be one hour before the service at the church and also from 4 to 8 p.m. today at Kibler-Brady-Ruestman Memorial Home, 1104 N. Main, Bloomington.  In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Trinity Lutheran Church, or Trinity Lutheran School in David's name.  Online condolences may be sent to the family at Kibler-Brady-Ruestman Funeral home.David was born Oct. 18, 1945, in Cape Gerardo, Mo., to Maynard and Mary (Brooks) Nuckels, he married Norma Martens on Aug. 16, 1969, at Trinity Lutheran Church, Bloomington.David was a graduate of Illinois State University in Normal.  He worked for Caterpillar, retiring in 2011.  He was a member and church elder at Trinity Lutheran Church, Bloomington.  He cherished his backyard pond which he built. He also enjoyed his work, producing voiceovers and voice productions in his business, Heartland Voice-Overs.Mr. Nuckels is survived by his wife, Norma Nuckels, of Bloomington; daughter, Brooke (Adam) Richards, of Bloomington; brother Steve Nuckels and his wife, Marsha, of Carroll, Iowa; one brother-in-law, Bill (Joyce) Martens of Springfield, Ill.; one granddaughter, Alexandria, and one grandson, Aaden; and six nieces and nephews.  He was preceded in death by his parents; in-laws, Delmar and Mildred Martens; and his brother- and sister-in-law Joel and Jeanne Martens.

[NI4737] He currently resides in London, England and is an English Teacher and administrator.

[DI4747] Social Security Death Index about Irene Nuckolls Name: «tab»Irene Nuckolls «tab» SSN: «tab»523-26-5079 Last Residence: «tab»81401  Montrose, Montrose, Colorado,  Born: «tab»16 Sep 1896 Died: «tab»Sep 1986 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Colorado (Before 1951)

[DI4749] John Charles Nuchols went to be with his mother, Joan Ross Nuchols, on September 30, 2012. He also joins his sister, Kathleen Nuchols (Shelton) Melendrez; his aunt, Marilyn Gail Ross-Russell; his cousin, Myra Hubbard; and his grandparents, John and Elizabeth (Tiny) Ross. John is survived by his father, Doug Nuchols; his uncle, Charles E. Russell Jr; and his daughter, Dawn Nuchols. John was a free spirit. He loved to travel and experience new adventures wherever he went. A veteran, John served time in the Navy for eight years. He loved to laugh, he loved to be with his friends and family, and he had a big heart. He brought light with him wherever he went, and definitely a smile or two. He was adored by those who were close to him. John will be dearly missed by his loved ones, who hope that he has found peace in heaven. A funeral service will be held on Tuesday, October 9, 2012 at the Tulalip Tribal Center Gym starting at 10:00 a.m.

[DI4750] Kentucky Death Index, 1911-2000 about Paul Eatmon Name: «tab»Paul Eatmon «tab» Death Date: «tab»5 Jan 1964 Death Place: «tab»Barren Age: «tab»63 Residence: «tab»Barren Volume: «tab»1 Certificate: «tab»22

[DI4751] Kentucky Death Index, 1911-2000 about Aline Eatmon Name: «tab»Aline Eatmon «tab» Death Date: «tab»10 Oct 1977 Death Place: «tab»Barren Age: «tab»77 Residence: «tab»Barren Volume: «tab»48 Certificate: «tab»23578

[BI4752] name: «tab»Alford Eatman gender: «tab»Male baptism/christening date: «tab» baptism/christening place: «tab», , MONROE, KENTUCKY birth date: «tab»15 Mar 1855 birthplace: «tab», , MONROE, KENTUCKY death date: «tab» name note: «tab» race: «tab» father's name: «tab»Thomas Eatman father's birthplace: «tab» father's age: «tab» mother's name: «tab»Hannah Chandler mother's birthplace: «tab» mother's age: «tab» indexing project (batch) number: «tab»C51777-1 system origin: «tab»Kentucky-VR source film number: «tab»216834 reference number: «tab»2:16RT15G Citing this Record "Kentucky, Births and Christenings, 1839-1960," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FWVF-ZX6 : accessed 11 Oct 2012), Alford Eatman, 15 Mar 1855.

[DI4752] Kentucky, Death Records, 1852-1953 about Alfred M Eatman Name: «tab»Alfred M Eatman Death Date: «tab»4 Dec 1928 Death Location: «tab»Barren Gender: «tab»Male age 78 Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Location: «tab»Monroe, Kentucky Spouse's Name: «tab»Nancy B Eatman Father's Name: «tab»Tom Eatman Mother's Name: «tab»Hanna Chandler Burial Glasgow Cemetery 12/5/1928 Informant Nancy B Eatmon Found dead, jury investigated, conluded heart failure

[DI4753] Kentucky, Death Records, 1852-1953 about Nancy Belle Eatman Name: «tab»Nancy Belle Eatman [Nancy Belle Price] Death Date: «tab»4 Mar 1932 Death Location: «tab»Barren Gender: «tab»Female, widow, Calk (sic) Eatmon Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»6 Nov Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Spouse's Name: «tab»Calk Eatman Father's Name: «tab»Carl Price Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Hannah Beck Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Informant Rasta Houchens Burial Glasgow Cemetery 3/5/1932

[DI4754] Name: «tab»Luther Houchens Death Date: «tab»20 May 1931 Death Location: «tab»Barren Age: «tab»72-2-20 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»29 Feb 1857 Birth Location: «tab»Barren, Kentucky Spouse's Name: «tab»Vic Houchens Father's Name: «tab»Frank Houchens Father's Birth Location: «tab»Barren, Kentucky Mother- not known COD Pneumonia Informant Holly Houchens Burial 5/21/1931 Burial Location: Houchens Cemetery

[DI4755] Kentucky, Death Records, 1852-1953 about Martha Hanchens Name: «tab»Martha Hanchens [Martha Houchens] [Martha Dugin] Death Date: «tab»6 Jun 1949 Death Location: «tab»Barren Age: «tab»84-11-5 Gender: «tab»Female, widow Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»1 Jul 1864 Birth Location: «tab»Barren, Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Clay Dugin Mother's Name: «tab»Morning Woods Informant Holly Houchens /Burial 6//7/1949 Houchens Cemetery

[XI4755] Barren Co Cemetery records show DOB 7/1/1860

[DI4756] HOUCHENS «tab»HOLLY «tab» «tab»084 «tab»BARREN «tab»BARREN «tab»06-18-1974 «tab»026 «tab»12852 «tab»1974

[XI4757] Son of Luther and Victory Houchens

[DI4759] Kentucky, Death Records, 1852-1953 about Benjamin Franklin Houchens Name: «tab»Benjamin Franklin Houchens Death Date: «tab»11 Sep 1912 Death Location: «tab»Barren Age: «tab»72 Gender: «tab»Male, widower, farmer Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»6 Nov 1839 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Robert Houchens Father's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Mother's Name: «tab»Frankie Britt Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky COD Paralysis Informant Luther Houchens BurialHouchens Cemtery 9/13/1912

[XI4759] Houchens Cemetery Cemetery notes and/or description: Take Hwy 31-E to the Narrows Boat Ramp. Follow the signs to Lucas. Turn right in Lucas and go about .3 mile and turn left on Crow Road. Continue until you pass the Barren River Rod & Gun Club. Turn left at second house and bear to the left and go into the woods. Bear to the left in the woods until you get to a barn. Cemetery is left, just before the barn.  Many stones not legible.

[NI4760] Parents     Obadiah Britt 1763 –  1862     Sarah Wheeler 1763 –  1855

[NI4762] Charles Houchin 1759 –  1849 Ann Britt 1756 –  1787 Children: Francis Alexander Houchens 1818 –  Charles B HOUCHENS 1819 –  1891 Micajah Britt HOUCHENS 1820 –  1918 Banks HOUCHENS 1824 –  William Nelson Houchens 1828 –  James Robert HOUCHENS 1830 –  1918 Samuel A Houchens 1832 –  1903 Samuel A Houchens 1832 –  1903 Charles HOUCHENS 1834 –  John R Houchens 1835 –  1912 Mary Ann HOUCHENS 1836 –  Martha HOUCHENS 1838 –  Benjamin Franklin Houchens 1839 –  1912 History of Albemarle Co, VA pg 208-209 Gooch Family Bio Matthew, [Gooch] who was admitted to the Albemarle bar in 1796, and Nicholas removed to Kentucky. Philip removed to Amherst, and to him his father transferred the laud which he hrst bought on the Ragged Mountains, and which somehow acquired the name of Little Egypt, included the present reservoir, and was sold by his son Claiborne to the Houchens and Mayo families that still live on it.

[DI4762] Houchens, Robert pg124 List of articles set apart by the appraisers of the estate of Robert Houchens dec'd for the widow of said decedent ; pg124-25 March 19, 1866 Inventory & appraisment of the personal estate of Robert Houchens dec'd ... pg125-28 Mar 20, 1866.. Bill of sale of the personal property belonging to the estate of Robert Houchens Dec'd ... May court 1866 pg258-60 May 9, 1867 ...Settlement made with James G. Page admr of Robert Houchens dec' .... widow Frances ... 9 children....following children have received in advancements mady by decedent.. C.B. Houchens... J.R. Houchens.... M.B. Houchin....S.A.C. Houchen.... W.M. Houchen... J.R.C. Houchen...«u»«b»B.F. Houchen.«/u»«/b».. Mary Ann Matthews ... Martha Ann Ritter ...  widow Francis Houch.. is not entitled to any part of the $189 advanced by decedant to his children ...  making the sum due her $460.91 ...  recorded June Term 1867w

[DI4766] Frank D. Knuckles, 78, passed away October 8, 2012, at Heritage Park Nursing Center in Rogers, Arkansas. He was born in Clay County, Arkansas to Florence and Raymond Knuckles on May 16, 1934.He was a long-time resident of Piggott, Arkansas, a businessman, city councilman,member of the booster club,and a charter member of Sugar Creek Country Club. He was a life-long member of the St. Francis Baptist Church in St. Francis, Arkansas.He is survived by his wife, Shirley; one daughter, Brenda and husband Steve Ward of Cantonment, Florida; two stepsons: James Lewis Wright and wife Lavern of Fernandina Beach, Florida, and Brad Wright and wife Candace of Rogers, Arkansas; two grandchildren: Eric and Caitlin; four step-grandchildren: James Bradley, Brent, Courtney, and Dylan; one sister, Nadine Whitaker of Michigan; one niece, Lisa; and three nephews: Bryan, Jayson, and Rayburn; and a host of other relatives and friends.He was preceded in death by his parents, Raymond and Florence Brady Knuckles, his first wife Betty, and his second wife Fran.Funeral Services will be held Thursday, October 11, at 1 p.m. in the Hoggard & Sons Chapel with Randy Deprow officiating. Burial will be in Hall Cemetery near St. Francis, Arkansas. Pallbearers will be Dylan Wright, Brent Wright, James Bradley Wright, and Fred Ort. Hoggard & Sons Funeral Home of Piggott, Arkansas is in charge of the arrangements.

[DI4769] Social Security Death Index about Frances Knuckles Name: «tab»Frances Knuckles «tab» SSN: «tab»430-56-5659 Born: «tab»11 Feb 1933 Died: «tab»Dec 1971 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Arkansas (Before 1951)

[DI4775] Social Security Death Index about Clarence Cosby Name: «tab»Clarence Cosby «tab» SSN: «tab»231-20-8691 Born: «tab»24 Jan 1921 Last Benefit: «tab»23229  Richmond, Henrico, Virginia,  State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[NI4780] Thomas was the son of George S Netherland and __________ George S Netherland married 2nd Mary L phillips 2/6/1868 Hanover Co,  VA George S Netherland Married 3rd Sue W Henry 7/19/1876 Augusta Co, Staunton, VA bride's father's name: «tab»R. W. Henry bride's mother's name: «tab»Susan Crosby George S was the son of George S Netherland and Nancy Y.... (will look at image when available). He was a cousin to W D Duke

[DI4784] California, Death Index, 1940-1997 about Edna Earle Legrande Name: «tab»Edna Earle Legrande «tab» Social Security #: «tab»242246559 Sex: «tab»Female Birth Date: «tab»7 Feb 1922 Birthplace: «tab»Virginia Death Date: «tab»7 Dec 1997 Death Place: «tab»San Diego Mother's Maiden Name: «tab»Nuckles Father's Surname: «tab»Legrande

[NI4785] Married Orion Elmo Hose

[DI4788] LAWSON  «tab» KENT  «tab» WINFRED  «tab» 1925  «tab» 03  «tab» 31  «tab» GIBBS  (mother)«tab»   «tab» MALE  «tab» CA  «tab» SONOMA  «tab» 1999  «tab» 08  «tab» 14  «tab» 562542245  «tab» 74  «tab» 9511453

[DI4789] Betty Jo Edwards, 80, of Greenville, SC and formerly of Hendersonville, NC died Friday, October 26, 2012 at the Elizabeth House.Mrs. Edwards was born October 10, 1932 in Alabama to the late Murray Miles and Hazel Wallace Brown. She grew up in Birmingham, AL and Miami, FL before moving to Hendersonville when she was 12. She graduated from Hendersonville High School in 1951 and then married in 1952 to Edward Wayne Nuckolls.Mrs. Edwards moved to Greenville, SC in 1971 where she attended Greenville Technical College and earned a degree as a Surgical Technician. She then worked at Greenville General and Greenville Memorial Hospitals and for several doctors in the Greenville area. Other professional roles that she held were as a realtor and as the owner and operator of an adult day care center. She loved to sew and was a talented Heirloom seamstress.She is survived by her husband, James L. Edwards; three sons, Hugh Edward Nuckolls of Indianapolis, IN, Joseph Wayne Nuckolls of Hendersonville, NC and John Barry Nuckolls and wife Rebecca of Taylors, SC; and two sisters, Jane Sager of Columbus, NC and Mary Ann Grogg of Columbus, IN. She was preceded in death by a brother, Murray Brown, and her second husband, Thomas F. Barton. Other survivors include 7 grandchildren: Miles Allen, Edward Alexander, Jonathan Blake, Elizabeth Eileen, Jennifer Alexandria, Ashley Ryan, and Cory Edward.Mrs. Edwards is also survived by the four children of James Edwards and their families as well as the two children of Tom Barton.A Memorial Service will be held at 11 am on Saturday, November 3, 2012 at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Travelers Rest, SC with a graveside service to be held at 3 pm at Shepherd Memorial Park in Hendersonville, NC. Memorial donations or flowers are acceptable. Memorial donations may be directed to Elizabeth House at Four Seasons, 581 S. Allen Road, Flat Rock, NC 28731 or to the Wounded Warrior Project, PO Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675 www.woundedwarriorproject.org.An online register book is available for family and friends by visiting www.thosshepherd.com. Thos Shepherd & Son Funeral Directors is in charge of arrangements.

[DI4793] Social Security Death Index about Beulah Knuckles Name: «tab»Beulah Knuckles «tab» SSN: «tab»333-03-6548 Last Residence: «tab»63010  Arnold, Jefferson, Missouri,  Born: «tab»17 Jan 1917 Last Benefit: «tab»63010  Arnold, Jefferson, Missouri, U Died: «tab»Aug 1978 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Illinois (Before 1951)

[DI4794] Social Security Death Index about Dorothy M. Knuckles Name: «tab»Dorothy M. Knuckles «tab» SSN: «tab»496-36-3869 Last Residence: «tab»63020  De Soto, Jefferson, Missouri,  Born: «tab»24 Jul 1922 Died: «tab»20 Jan 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Missouri (1951-1952)

[DI4810] Social Security Death Index about Yvonne B. Nuckols Name: «tab»Yvonne B. Nuckols «tab» Born: «tab»25 Jul 1945 Died: «tab»2 Dec 2007 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (1962)

[NI4814] daughter of FRANCIS LOYAL and ELIZABETH HICKS.

[NI4816] Parentage not proven yet.  I used location and that she was not found in 1850 because of the broken home. Also living near James Hollie Nuckolls in 1900 who would be a step brother if this connection correct.

[NI4818] Married Richard Morgan (1870-1956) also buried at Brush Creek Illinois Marriages, 1851-1900 about Richard Morgan Name: «tab»Richard Morgan «tab» Gender: «tab»Male Spouse Name: «tab»Elizabeth Baker Marriage Date: «tab»Aug 10, 1894 Marriage County: «tab»Sangamon Comments: «tab»This record can be found at the County Court Records located at Springfield, IL.

[DI4818] name: «tab»Elizabeth Morgan titles and terms (original): «tab» death date: «tab»26 Nov 1943 death place: «tab»Divernon, Sangamon, Illinois gender: «tab»Female marital status: «tab» race or color: «tab» age: «tab»73 estimated birth year: «tab»1870 birth date: «tab»28 Oct 1870 birthplace: «tab»Auburn, Illinois father: «tab»Jackson Baker father's titles and terms (original): «tab» father's birth place: «tab»Kentucky mother: «tab»Eliza Nuckolls mother's titles and terms (original): «tab» mother's birth place: «tab»Auburn, Illinois occupation: «tab»Home Work residence: «tab»Divernon, Sangamon, Illinois street address: «tab» spouse: «tab»Richard Morgan spouse's titles and terms (original): «tab» spouse's birthplace: «tab» burial date: «tab»28 Nov 1943 burial place: «tab»Divernon, Sangamon, Illinois cemetery: «tab»Brush Creek informant: «tab» additional relatives: «tab» digital folder number: «tab»4205267 image number: «tab»767 film number: «tab»1983541 volume/page/certificate number: «tab»45675 Citing this Record "Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3C1-KQW : accessed 04 Dec 2012), Elizabeth Morgan, 26 Nov 1943; citing reference 45675, FHL microfilm 1983541.

[NI4822] F:«tab»Robert Ross MacIver M:«tab»Maggie Patterson

[DI4822] California, Death Index, 1940-1997 about John P Maciver Name: «tab»John P Maciver «tab» Social Security #: «tab»526103927 Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»28 Nov 1874 Death Date: «tab»5 Mar 1963 Death Place: «tab»Monterey Mother's Maiden Name: «tab»Paterson

[DI4823] name: «tab»Geneva M. Christensen gender: «tab»Female burial date: «tab» burial place: «tab» death date: «tab»10 Jul 1993 death place: «tab»Kalamazoo, Kalamazoo, Michigan age: «tab»95 birth date: «tab»1898 birthplace: «tab» occupation: «tab» race: «tab» marital status: «tab»Married spouse: «tab»Edgard C. Christensen father: «tab»John Maciver father's birthplace: «tab» mother: «tab»Ida Jane Nuckols mother's birthplace: «tab» indexing project (batch) number: «tab»B03243-8 system origin: «tab»Michigan-EASy source film number: «tab»2113953 reference number: «tab»1139 Citing this Record "Michigan, Deaths and Burials, 1800-1995," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FHCT-8B1 : accessed 04 Dec 2012), Geneva M. Christensen, 10 Jul 1993.

[DI4885] North Carolina Death Certificates, 1909-1975 about Marie Griffin Hale Name: «tab»Marie Griffin Hale [Marie Griffin Griffin] Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White, widow Age: «tab»83 Birth Date: «tab»25 Sep 1887 Birth Place: «tab»North Carolina, United States Death Date: «tab»24 Apr 1971 Death Location: «tab»Winston-Salem, Forsyth Father's Name: «tab»Wiley Edmond Griffin Mother's Name: «tab»Mavis Bardin Residence: «tab»Oxford, Granville, North Carolina Inf-Mrs Walter Gordon

[DI4888] Social Security Death Index about Edwin C. Banner Name: «tab»Edwin C. Banner Last Residence: «tab»24018  Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia,  Born: «tab»4 Apr 1912 Died: «tab»11 May 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Tennessee (Before 1951)

[NI4889] Father: North Carolina Death Certificates, 1909-1975 about Quincey Kellogg Nimocks Sr. Name: «tab»Quincey Kellogg Nimocks Sr. Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»73 Birth Date: «tab»15 Jan 1867 Birth Place: «tab»Miss., Miss Death Date: «tab»13 Jul 1940 Death Location: «tab»Fayetteville, Cumberland Spouse's Name: «tab»Mrs. Annie G Nimocks Father's Name: «tab»Watter E Nimocks Mother's Name: «tab»Caroline Matchell Residence: «tab»Fayetteville, Cumberland, North Carolina

[DI4889] North Carolina Death Certificates, 1909-1975 about Quincy Kellog Nimocks Jr Name: «tab»Quincy Kellog Nimocks Jr Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»76 Birth Date: «tab»1 Dec 1891 Birth Place: «tab»Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States Death Date: «tab»16 Jan 1968 Death Location: «tab»Fayetteville, Cumberland Spouse's Name: «tab»Forrest Hale Father's Name: «tab»Quincy Kellog Nimocks Sr Mother's Name: «tab»Annie George Residence: «tab»Fayetteville, Cumberland, North Carolina

[NI4891] Father: North Carolina Death Certificates, 1909-1975 about Percy R Masten Name: «tab»Percy R Masten Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»56 Birth Date: «tab»7 Aug 1867 Birth Place: «tab»North Carolina, United States Death Date: «tab»22 Mar 1924 Death Location: «tab»Winston-Salem, Forsyth Spouse's Name: «tab»Alice Joyce Father's Name: «tab»Joseph Masten Mother's Name: «tab»Antoniette Schultz

[DI4925] Florida Death Index, 1877-1998 about Margaret Elizabeth Anderson Name: «tab»Margaret Elizabeth Anderson Death Date: «tab»4 Sep 1972 County of Death: «tab»Orange State of Death: «tab»Florida Age at Death: «tab»68 Race: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»8 Aug 1904

[NI4927] Tree at Ancestry had married first to Katie Isabelle King in 1877. CH:Wm, Joseoh and Hugh

[NI4931] Father: James Waugh b. 3 Aug 1795 in Pennsylvania Mother: Elizabeth Blair b. 13 Dec 1812

[BI4934] Name: «tab»Anna G. Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»12 Feb 1875 Birthplace: «tab»Old Towne, Grayson, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»W.S. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Frances Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00527-9 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046939 Reference Number: «tab»p 165 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5JF-MLQ : accessed 6 April 2012), Anna G. Nuckolls (1875).

[NI4935] In Grayson Co, VA , where Little River enters New River, Daniel Boone in 1 767 landed his dugout - and on the exact place the Hampton Lodge was bui lt 1948, by the owners of the land, Bernie, Raleigh , Littrille, and C L H ampton, the four sons of Kemper Hampton and wife Marianna Nuckolls Andrew Hampton and his brother, Wade Hampton came ever from England and se ttled near Lexington, N.C. Andrew Hampton, Jr., married Miss Sallie Mim a. Their son, Griggs Hampton married Miss Phillis Sutherland. They rais ed nine sons and five daughters. Mr. Hampton's nice farm is a few miles we st of Grayson Old Town, where he and his family enjoyed a happy hom e. It is a beautiful homestead. Their son Litrelle H. Hampton who lives ne ar there, is a practical farmer and fruit grower. His excellent wife was M iss Nancy Blevins, granddaughter of Esquire Samuel and Rebecca Cox. Kemp er Hampton married Miss Anna Nuckolls and resided in the county. He w as a good farmer and business man and raised an industrious worthy famil y. (Foot Prints on the Sands of Time: A History of Southwestern Virginia a nd Northwestern North Carolina by Dr. A. B. Cox Originally published by T he Star Pub. Co. Print, Sparta, N.C.)

[NI4943] Father: Lorenzo Richey Dodd b. 1833 in Washington County, Virginia Mother: Harriet L. Carper b. 1835 in Craig County, Virginia

[NI4948] Name:    J Mike Nuckolls City:    Not Stated  County:    Grayson  Stat e:    Virginia Birth Date:    9 Jan 1880  Race:    White  Roll:    1984717 J Mike Nuckolls res Grayson Co, Galax, VA Age 38 born Jan 9 1880 Salesman for Galax Hardware Co Kin-Mrs Eliza Nuckolls Med height, Med build, brn eyes, brn hair Signed J M Nuckolls Sept 12 1918

[BI4948] Name: «tab»John Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»08 Jan 1879 Birthplace: «tab»Old Town, Grayson, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»W.L. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Fannie Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00527-9 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046939 Reference Number: «tab»p 202 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5JN-6V8 : accessed 6 April 2012), John Nuckolls (1879).

[NI4950] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Louise Nuckolls Donnellan [Louise Nuckolls Nuckolls] Social Security #: 579327283 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 3 Feb 1906 Birthplace: Virginia Death Date: 3 May 1981 Death Place: Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: Hanka Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[NI4951] Name: Francis S. Nuckolls SSN: 227-03-6719 Last Residence: 24153  Salem, Salem, Virginia, United States of America Born: 29 Jan 1909 Died: 27 Nov 1988 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI4952] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: John M Nuckolls Jr Birth Year: 1910 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Hawaii Enlistment Date: 29 Apr 1942 Enlistment State: Virginia Enlistment City: Camp Lee 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: Foreman Or Superintendent, Labor Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 67 Weight: 135 St. Petersburg Times (FL) - July 6, 1987 Deceased Name: NUCKOLLS, JOHN M. JR. NUCKOLLS, JOHN M. JR., 76, of 10464 E Gobbler Drive, Floral City, died Sat urday (July 4, 1987). Born in Galax, Va., he came here 10 years ago. He w as a retired accountant for U.S. Steel. He was a member of the Inverness F irst United Methodist Church and the Gary American Legion Post, Gary, W.Va ., and was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wif e, Dorothy Newlin Nuckolls; a son, John M. III, Stone Mountain, Ga.; thr ee brothers, Francis, Roanoke, Va., Scott, Mobile, Ala., and Gene, Gala x; three sisters, Irene Alderman and Catherine Ferguson, both of Galax, a nd Winifred Messer, Greenville, S.C., and two grandchildren. Hooper Funer al Homes, Inverness.

[HI4952] (Research):Name: John Nuckolls SSN: 224-01-5887 Last Residence: 32636  Floral City, Citrus, Florida, United States of Amer ica Born: 19 Nov 1910 Last Benefit: 32636  Floral City, Citrus, Florida, United States of Ameri ca Died: Jul 1987 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 ) Name: John Michael Nuckolls Certificate: 68088 Death Place: Citrus Race: W Death Date: 04 Jul 1987 Birth Date: 19 Nov 1910

[XI4952] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about John Nuckolls Name: «tab»John Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»19 Nov 1910 Death Date: «tab»4 Jul 1987 SSN: «tab»224015887 Branch 1: «tab»ARMY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»24 Apr 1942 Release Date 1: «tab»20 Dec 1943

[DI4953] Lexingon Herald, Lexington, KY NUCKOLLS, Dorothy Louise Newlin, of Knoxville, TN, formerly of Nicholasville, (KY), passed away on Nov 17, 2008, in Miton, GA, at the age of 83. Survivors include her son and dau-in-law, John and Judi Nuckolls of Knoxville, TN; a gr.dau. and gr.son-in-law, Alison and Jake Skipper; two great gr.dau.s, Makenna and Hannah Grace Skipper; a gr.son, John Nuckolls, five step-gr.children and a sister, Wilma Newlin Goodwin. A graveside service was help Thursday, Nov 20th in Galax, VA. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Gary United Methodist, 400 Church Street, Gary, WV 2483. Name:  «tab»Dorothy N. Nuckolls SSN: «tab»234-36-9385 Last Residence: «tab»37914  Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee Born: «tab»2 Dec 1924 Last Benefit: «tab»32636  Floral City, Citrus, Florida Died: «tab»17 Nov 2008 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»West Virginia (Before 1951

[NI4955] Living 5/2010

[DI4955] Viola Irene Nuckolls Alderman, 98, of Galax, Va., passed away on Tuesday, January 3, 2012. Funeral Service at 11 a.m. on Saturday, January 7, 2012, at First UMC. Arrangements by Vaughan-Guynn Funeral Home, Galax, Va., 276-236-2442. Published in Roanoke Times from January 5 to January 7, 2012 Viola Irene Nuckolls Alderman passed away on January 3, 2012, at her home at 48 Parkwood Drive, Galax, Va. She was born July 13, 1913, in Grayson County, to the late John Michael and Eliza Hankla Nuckolls. She was a native of Galax and lived most of her 98 years there. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by Clarence Sherman Alderman, her husband of 72 years; four sisters, Louise Donnellan, Catherine Ferguson, Lillian Lindsey, and Winifred Messer; three brothers, Francis S. Nuckolls, John M. Nuckolls, and Gene C. Nuckolls; and also a son-in-law, Ralph Scott Busic. She is survived by a daughter, Norma Alderman Busic, of Galax; and a daughter and son-in-law, Peggy Alderman and Carlos Williams, of Irvine, Calif.; granddaughters, Danise Busic, of Alexandria, Hollace B. Evans, of Raleigh N.C., and Megan Hendrix, of Irvine, Calif.; grandson, Bradley Williams, of Irvine, Calif.; grandson-in-law, Justin Evans of Cary, N.C.; great- granddaughters, Eliza Evans, Megyn Williams, Amanda Williams, and Ashley Hendrix; brother, Charles Scott Nuckolls, of Mobile, Ala.; sisters-in-law, Irene A. Pinner and Eleanor P. Nuckolls; and a dear friend, Bonnie Harmon; many nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews close to her. Caregivers very special to her were Evaunda Waller, Rita Hedrick, Joann Brewer, Lois Alderman, Helen Cox, and Cora Belle Diamond. Tammy Luper, her hospice nurse, was also special. Mrs. Alderman became a member of First United Methodist Church, Galax, when she was 12 years of age, and has served as a faithful member for 86 years. She loved her family and devoted her life to them. Galax and the people in the community were dear to her. The Funeral Service will be conducted at 11 a.m. on Saturday, January 7, 2012, at the First United Methodist Church of Galax, with the Rev. Richard Gregory officiating, with interment following in the Felts Memorial Cemetery, Galax. The family will receive friends at the church one hour before the service. Memorial contributions may be made to the First United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 445, Galax, VA 24333 or Twin County Hospice, P.O. Box 106, Galax, VA 24333. A guestbook is available online at www.vaughanguynn.com.

[DI4956] Vaughan Guyann Funeral Home Clarence Sherman Alderman was the eldest child of seven of the late William Adonijah (Nige) and Nella Jennings Alderman and was born May 6, 1910 in Carroll County, Virginia but has been a resident of Galax most of his life. He died on February 20, 2007 at Blue Ridge Nursing Home. He is survived by his wife, Irene Nuckolls Alderman of 48 Parkwood Drive, Galax. They enjoyed 72 years of marriage. He is survived by a daughter, Norma Alderman Busic of Galax and a daughter & son-in-law Peggy Alderman and Carlos Williams of Irvine, CA. His granddaughters are Danise Busic of Alexandria, VA; Hollace Evans of Raleigh, NC; and Megan Hendrix of Irvine, CA. He has one grandson Bradley Williams of Irvine, CA and a grandson-in-law Justin Evans of Raleigh, NC His great granddaughters are Eliza Evans, Megyn Williams, Amanda Williams and Ashley Hendrix. Mr. Alderman was preceded in death by 4 sisters: Beulah Hurd, Ava Alderman, Arlie Williams and Louise Alderman, and 1 brother, Roland Alderman. His only surviving sibling is his sister, Irene Alderman Pinner of Suffolk, VA There are several sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law and nieces and nephews. Special caregivers are Evaunda Waller, Karen Freeman, and Kim Burcham as well as the staff of Blue Ridge Nursing Home. Mr. Alderman was a Galax businessman and was co-owner of A & Z Store on Main Street with his brother Roland for many years. Also he owned Arlie's Boot Shop and Galax Variety Store. He was Past Master of Oldtown Masonic Lodge No. 68 and at the time of his death was the oldest living past master. He was also a member of the Kazim Shrine Temple. He was a Galax City Council Member from 1948-1956 and also served as Vice Mayor part of that time. He became a member of the First United Methodist Church in Galax in 1937. He served his church faithfully and was an Honorary Administrative Board member. He was secretary-treasurer of Men's Bible Class and in later years the Friendship Sunday School Class. He always attended church services until a year and a half ago when his health did not permit. Funeral service will be conducted at 2:00 Friday Afternoon, Feb. 23, 2007 at First United Methodist Church of Galax, with Rev. Walt Simmerman officiating with interment in the Felts Cemetery, Galax. The family will receive friends Friday at the church from 1 pm until service time. Memorial contributions may be given to First United Methodist Church, Box 445, Galax, VA 24333 or Oldtown Masonic Lodge No. 68, Box 1057, Galax, VA 24333

[NI4959] Roanoke Times, The (VA) - June 2, 1999 Deceased Name: OBIT - FERGUSON, CATHERINE NUCKOLLS FERGUSON, Catherine Nuckolls, 84, of 600 McArthur St., Galax, passed aw ay Monday, May 31, 1999, in the Waddell Nursing Home. She was born April 1 8, 1915, to the late John Michael and Eliza Hankla Nuckolls. She was prece ded in death by her husband, Robert F. Ferguson of Russell County. S he is survived by one sister and brother-in-law, Irene and Clarence S. Ald erman of Galax; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sco tt Nuckolls of Mobile, Ala. and Mr. and Mrs. Gene C. Nuckolls of Galax; t wo sisters-in-law, Myrtle F. Valley, Margaret F. Osborne; one brother-in-l aw and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ferguson, all of Abingdon; sever al nieces and nephews. She was a member of First United Methodist Churc h. Graveside services will be held Wednesday, June 2, at 2 p.m. in Felts M emorial Cemetery with Rev. Don Nation officiating. In lieu of flowers memo rials may be made to the First United Methodist Church or the charity of o ne's choice. Arrangements by Vaughan-Guynn Funeral Home.

[NI4963] Res 2010 Mobile AL

[DI4963] Mr. Charles S. Nuckolls, a native of Galax, Virginia and a longtime resident of Mobile, Alabama, died on Monday, April 22, 2013. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during WW II. Mr. Nuckolls was retired from the Engineering Department of the City of Mobile. He is survived by a son, Gaylon S. Nuckolls, a daughter-in-law, Judith O. Nuckolls, a granddaughter Kristal (Charlie) Leaver; two great grandchildren, Dane Leaver and Gracyn Leaver and other relatives. Graveside services will be held on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at 11 AM at Mobile Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Alzheimers Foundation.Condolences may be offered at www.mmgfuneralhome.com. Mobile AL, Mobile Memorial Gardens

[DI4966] «u»Vaughan Guynn Funaral Home «/u»Gene Clark Nuckolls, age 83, of Coal Creek Road, Galax, VA, died Saturday, March 28, 2009, in the Golden Living Center Blue Ridge, Galax, VA. Mr. Nuckolls was born Nov. 2, 1925 in Galax, to John Michael and Eliza Hankla Nuckolls. Surviving is his wife, Eleanor Nuckolls, daughter & son-in-law, Gail and Bobby Catron, Independence, VA, sons & daughters-in-law, Clark & Babette Nuckolls, Galax, VA and Steve & Janice Nuckolls, Richmond, VA, brother, Charles Scott Nuckolls, Mobile, AL, sister, Irene Alderman, Galax, VA. Also surviving are four grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and several nieces & nephews. The funeral service will be held Tuesday, March 31, 2009 at 11:00 AM at the First United Methodist Church, Galax, with burial to follow at the Felts Memorial Cemetery. The officiating minister will be the Rev. Walt Zimmerman. The family will receive friends from 10:00 AM until 11:00 AM prior to the funeral service at the church

[NI4973] Name:    Alexander Heath Nuckolls City:    Not Stated  County:    Grays on  State:    Virginia Birth Date:    18 Dec 1882  Race:    White  Roll:    1984717 Alexander Heath Nuckolls res  RFD#1, Grayson Co, Galax, VA Age 36 born  Dec 18, 1882 Self Empl Farmer Nearest relative Luella Nuckolls same address Med height, med build, blk eyes, blk hair Signed Sept 12 1918 U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Alexander Heath Nuckolls Birth Date: 18 Dec 1881 age 60 Residence: Grayson, Virginia, RFD Galax Birth: Old Town, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 SN:U830 Notify- Mrs Ella L Nuckolls Self Employed Farmer

[NI4974] Source: The Remy family in America, 1650-1942. Rhamy, Bonnelle William,. F ort Wayne, Ind.. unknown. 1987. Herndon Observer  8/19/1943 01  Nuckolls Heath Mrs Visits Centreville sist er

[XI4974] Grayson Co Cemetery book records stone dates 1893-1977

[NI4978] At the age of 2 1/2, Feb 9, 1915 fell from the barn loft on his fathers fa rm injuring his spine and nervous system, causing paralysis. Oct 5, 1937 e ntered the Virginia Home of Incurables, Richmond, VA

[NI4981] 1930 Farifax Co, Centerville, VA GENTRYDaisy LH48WNC VA NC Paul KS30SNC NC NC Wilma GD22SVA NC NC NUCKOLLSJesse HNie10SVA VA NC Fairfax Herald  5/1/1936 01  Nuckolls Jessie Crowned Queen of May Fairfax Herald  6/19/1936 01  Nuckolls Jessie Graduates from Fairfax Hi gh School Fairfax Herald  5/15/1936 01  Nuckolls Jessie H. To graduate from high sch ool Herndon Observer  5/21/1936 01  Nuckolls Jessie H. To graduate from high s chool Fairfax Herald  3/16/1934 01  Nuckolls Jessie In Clifton Dramatic Club pl ay Fairfax Herald  6/12/1936 01  Nuckolls Jessie Receives business sch. schol arship

[DI4981] Social Security Death Index about Jessie N. Avery Name: «tab»Jessie N. Avery «tab» SSN: «tab»216-24-2066 Last Residence: «tab»23111  Mechanicsville, Hanover, Virginia,  Born: «tab»16 Aug 1919 Died: «tab»31 Aug 1991 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Maryland (Before 1951)

[DI4986] Social Security Death Index about Rosamond F. Britt Name: «tab»Rosamond F. Britt «tab» Last Residence: «tab»33570  Ruskin, Hillsborough, Florida,  Born: «tab»24 Aug 1921 Last Benefit: «tab»33570  Ruskin, Hillsborough, Florida, Died: «tab»11 Jul 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[XI4986] U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 about Rosamond F Britt Name: «tab»Rosamond F Britt Service Info.: «tab»PFC US ARMY AIR FORCES Birth Date: «tab»24 Aug 1921 Death Date: «tab»11 Jul 2003 Relation: «tab»Wife of Britt, Garland E Interment Date: «tab»15 Jul 2003 Cemetery: «tab»Florida National Cemetery Cemetery Address: «tab»6502 SW. 102nd Ave. Bushnell, FL 33513 Buried At: «tab»Section 407 Site 310

[NI4987] Richmond Times Dispatch Newspaper on Sunday 12, 2004 Ruth Nuckolls Thomas, 81, of Henrico County, departed this life Saturda y, September 11, 2004.  Mrs. Thomas was born August 29, 1923 in Galax, Va ., the seventh of twelve children of Alexander Heath and Lou Ella Lundy Nu ckolls.  She is survived  by her loving and devoted husband of 61 years, R ichard Stanley Thomas Jr. ; sons, Jim and Steve; and daughters-in-laws Lynn and Janet; grandchildren, Ashley, Amand a, Morgan, Kendall, and Hunter; sisters, Thelma Gordon, Saranne Payne, a nd  Norma Quesenberry; and 15  nieces and nephews.  Mrs. Thomas will be bu ried on Tuesday, September 14 at Greenwood Memorial Gardens. in Goochland Count y, VA.

[NI4988] Soon after his 18th birthday he registered for service in the U S Army, passed his examination and was waiting for induction into service. On the night of December 23, 1943 he was killed in a collision of 4 cars --- fast driving and disregard for the safety of others, was the cause of the tragedy. Robert was a passenger, but paid the price of instant death. This accident occured 10 years after the death of his brother Maylon, on the same day of the week, buried on the same day of the week, and in the same Nuckolls Cemetery, Grayson Co, VA

[HI4988] (Research):Name:  «tab»James Robert Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»18, single, Occ: Clerk Birth Date: «tab»7 Nov 1925 Birth Place: «tab»Grayson, Virginia, United States Death Date: «tab»23 Dec 1943 Death Location: «tab»Mount Airy, Surry Father's Name: «tab»Alexander Heath Nuckolls born Grayson Co, VA Mother's Name: «tab»Ella Lundy born North Carolina RESIDENCE: «tab»Galax, Grayson, Virginia Informant Earl G Nuckolls, Galax, VA

[DI4989] GORDON, Thelma Nuckolls, passed peacefully on December 18, 2011 joining her husband, Raymond and finding eternal rest. Thelma was born on a farm near Galax, Va. tracing her roots to the original pioneer settlers of Grayson County. She was one of 12 children and grew up enjoying the simple pleasures and struggles of country life during the depression and World War II. After graduating as Valedictorian from Galax High School, she moved to Richmond to pursue work. While there, she ran into another Galax High graduate, Raymond Lee Gordon Jr. who became her lifelong love. After marrying in 1951, Thelma and Ray raised two sons, Mark R. Gordon and Randolph L Gordon, both now living in Richmond. Thelma, known as "TD" by her closest friends, became camp mother to hundreds of boys during the late 1950's and early 60's when Ray served as director of the Richmond YMCA's summer camp known as Camp Richmond and then Camp Weyanoke. This property is now the VCU Rice Center for Environmental Studies in Charles City County; the location of fond memories for the Gordon family. Thelma was lovingly dedicated to her family and devoted her life to her husband and sons. She spent many years in Richmond, then Newport News, Virginia supporting Raymond as he directed the Peninsula YMCA there. Ray and Thelma moved to Covenant Woods Retirement Community in 2001. She was loved by other residents and staff for her warm spirit, quick wit, Christian encouragement and uplifting poetry. She was a deep thinker; she found beauty in all things and cherished each individual. She is survived by two sisters, Saranne Payne and Norma Quesenberry; two sons, Mark and Randy Gordon and their wives, Leigh and Kim; and five grandchildren, Tyler, Mary Alex, Matthew, Michelle and Anna Gordon. Memorial service will be held at Covenant Woods in Mechanicsville, Virginia at 1 p.m. Friday, December 23. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the VCU Rice Center, 1000 West Cary Street, P.O. Box 842030, Richmond, Virginia 23284.

[NI4993] Marriage record name is Rudolpus Blair Couch An unknwon source gives name as Rutherford Blain Couch Both appear in census records. 1880 Census Place Madison, Perry, Pennsylvania   Family History Library Film   1255165   NA Film Number   T9-1165   Page Number   262C Charles COUCH   Self   M   Male   W   29   PA   Tanner   PA   PA Mary B. COUCH   Wife   M   Female   W   28   PA   House Keepi ng   PA   PA William M. COUCH   Son   S   Male   W   6   PA      PA   PA Rutherford B. COUCH   Son   S   Male   W   3   PA      PA   PA Anna Bell COUCH   Dau   S   Female   W   3M   PA      PA   PA 1900 Roanoke Co, Salem VA Rudy Couch, 8/1877 boarding, PA PA PA single, cradle maker Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Old Town, Grayson, Virginia; Ro ll: T624_1630; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 56; Image: 225. Rhody Couch 33  m8y PA PA PA Retail Meat market Amelia C Couch 26  2/2 Mary H Couch 4 Ruby F Couch 2

[NI5035] Enlisted in the Navy March, 1939. Served in the U S Navy Training School s, Toledo, OH and Boston, MA; the USS Paducah (PG-18) ; USS George Clym er (APA-25) while enlisted status. Attended Rensselaer  Polytechnic Instit ute, New York, and Indiana Univ, Bloomington, IN. Commissioned as Ensi gn , U S Navy in 1945. Member Sigma Nu Fraternity. While in commissioned s tatus, attended the U S Naval Communications School, Harvard University a nd the Naval Supply Corps School, Bayonne, New Jersey. Served as Supply Of ficer, USS Hugh Purvis (DD-709) from 1947 through 1949. For a time, the U SS Purvis was assigned to the United Nations Mediator's staff in Palesti ne during the Israeli independence negotiations in 1948. The ship was al so honor guard at the funeral of King Christian X in Copenhagen in 1947. F rom 1950 to 1952 served at the navy Electronic Supply Office, Great Lake s, ILL, as stock control officer; promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in Au gust 1951; stationed on the staff of the Commander Service Force, Pacif ic Fleet, Honolulu, Hawaii from 1952 through 1954, during which time he sp ent long periods of time in Japan, the Philippines and Guam. Received lett er of commendation from Commander-In-Chief, Pacific Fleet, for work in con nection with readiness of electronics material in the Far East during t he Korean War; Stationed in Washington D C, in the Bureau of Supplies a nd Accounts, Navy Department from 1955 through 1957 as a specialist in t he control of Navy material inventories; promoted to the rank of Lieutena nt Commander in 1956, from below the regular promotion zone. Received M BA in June 1959 from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administratio n.

[DI5035] TOPSHAM —  Hale Nuckolls Tongren, 87, died Saturday, Nov. 28, 2009, at his home. He was born in Chicago on Dec. 9, 1921, the son of Harry A. and Linnie Nuckolls Tongren.He enlisted in the Naval Reserve in 1938, serving in the Navy through World War II. He received a commission as ensign in 1946 and served in the Navy Supply Corps until he retired as a captain in 1968. While in the Navy, he attended Harvard Business School, graduating with a master's degree in business administration in 1959.He attended George Washington University, graduating in 1968 with a doctorate in business administration. Following his retirement from the Navy, he joined the faculty of George Mason University in Fairfax, Va. He served as a trustee of the George Mason University Foundation, wrote two books and, among other distinctions, was selected Faculty member of the Year by the GMU Alumni Association. He retired in 2001 as emeritus professor of marketing. He is survived by his wife of 62 years, Sally; a son, Eric, of Brunswick; a brother, Harry G. Tongren and his wife, Betty, of Orland Park, Ill.; and several nieces and nephews.A memorial service will be held in the spring.

[NI5046] Parents:   John Wesley Lawrence (1851 - 1923)   Emma Jane Prock Lawrence (1862 - 1935) New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 Name: Myra Nuckolls Arrival Date: 21 Mar 1951 Port of Departure: Rio De Janairo,Fra Ethnicity/Race-/Nationality: American Port of Arrival: New York, New York Line: 8  Microfilm Serial: T715  Microfilm Roll: T715_7960  Page Number: 1 13 New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 Name: Myra Nuckolls Arrival Date: 19 Apr 1948 Estimated birth year: 1918 Age: 28 Gender: Female Port of Departure: Bremerhaven, Germany Ship Name: Zebulon B Vance Search Ship Database: Search the Zebulon B Vance in the 'Passenger Ships a nd Images' database Port of Arrival: New York, New York Nativity: Wyoming  Line: 11 Microfilm Serial: T715  Microfilm Roll: T715_7580 Birth Location: Wyoming  Birth Location Other: Hulett Page Number: 277 New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 Name: Myra w Nuckolls Arrival Date: 18 May 1953 Gender: Female Port of Departure: Amsterdam, Netherlands Port of Arrival: New York, New York Line: 11  Microfilm Serial: T715  Microfilm Roll: T715_8311  Page Numbe r: 54

[DI5046] Social Security Death Index about Myra Nuckolls Name: «tab»Myra Nuckolls SSN: «tab»521-96-6921 Last Residence: «tab»80211  Denver, Denver, Colorado, Born: «tab»17 Mar 1893 Died: «tab»Dec 1986 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Colorado (1973) She was living with a daughter in Denver and and went to live with another daughter in Chadron, NE.  She had a stroke there and they moved her to Sundance, WY where she passed away.

[DI5050] Emma Leona Heiser September 1, 1920 - September 14, 2012 Emma Leona Heiser, of Hastings, Neb., and formerly of the Hot Springs and Edgemont areas, passed away Friday, September 14, 2012 at the Edgewood Vista in Hastings. She was 92 years old. Emma was born on September 1, 1920, in Lingle, Wyo., to William and Myra (Lawrence) Nuckolls. She grew up on a ranch near Hulett, Wyo., and attended elementary school at the Barlow Canyon School. After graduating from Hulett High School in 1941 she went to Barnes School of Business in Denver, Colo. During WWII she was a clerk for the United States Army which first took her to Washington, D.C. Later she transferred to Cincinnati, Ohio because it was closer to her parents' home. On one of the train trips home to Hulett, she met her future husband, Otto H. Heiser, who was in the Army. They were married in Hot Springs on May 4, 1947. To this union four children were born. They couple leased land for a few years around the Edgemont area and in 1952 they moved to their own ranch near Oelrichs. In 1992 they retired and moved to Hot Springs and in 2006 Emma moved to Hastings to be closer to her daughter. She is survived by her son, Larry Heiser of Lincoln, Neb., three daughters; Jeanne (Roger) Devries of Hastings, Betty (Tim) Maseberg of Thedford, Neb., and Carol (Lee) Deatherage, of Hot Springs, nine grandchildren and five great grandchildren, a sister, Lois (Glen) Spaur of Denver and two brothers; Steve Nuckolls of Buffalo, Wyo., and JW (Thea) Nuckolls of Hulett, and many nieces and nephews and friends. She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband Otto, two sisters, Eve and Wilma, one brother Bill, two sisters-in-law, three brothers- in-law, two nephews and a niece. Emma will be missed by everyone as she was so caring and selfless. Memorial service will be held at a later date. Burial will be in the Hulett Cemetery. A memorial will be established. Brand-Wilson Funeral home in Hastings was in charge of the arrangements. Condolences may be sent to the family from www.brandwilson.com. Published in The Hot Spings Star on October 30, 2012

[DI5051] Social Security Death Index about Otto H. Heiser Name: «tab»Otto H. Heiser «tab» SSN: «tab»710-12-5521 Last Residence: «tab»57747  Hot Springs, Fall River, South Dakota, Born: «tab»1 Aug 1915 Died: «tab»22 Jul 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Railroad Board (Issued Through) (Before 1951)

[XI5060] Name from Cemetery records, she had no stone at that time, exact date of death, age from Index to Obits in the Rapid City Journal, the obit is in the Aug 28 paper, exact date of birth from Social SEcurity. Buried with William

[NI5061] Parents:   Albert Carmel Neiman (1895 - 1957)   Annie Mable Gerber Neiman (1896 - 1983)

[DI5061] He was born Dec.9, 1924 in Evas, CO to Albert Carmel Nieman and Annie Mable Gerber Neiman. As a young boy he moved with his parents to northeast Wyoming. He served in the US Marines in World War 11. Raymond married Eva Mae Nuckolls on Dec. 26, 1949 at Hulett. They lived on the Neiman Black Tail Ranch, where he ranched and operataed a sawmill with his brother until 1958. In 1959 the Neimans moved to their present ranch at New Haven. Survivors include his wive Eva Mae at Hulett; a daughter Dana Rae Neiman of Hulett, three sons Monte Scott and Craig Jeremy both of Hulett and Linden Carmel of Denver, CO; two grandchildren Amanda Jo and Nicole Ann Neiman. Three sisters Carrie Greer of Springfield, MO; Ruth Dickmann of Washington,IN; and Mary Edna Barbour of Hulett, and three brothers Albert Carmel, Henry Lauer and James Samuel all of Hulett. He was preceded in death by a daughter Marillis Elaine in infancy, his parents and a brother William Andrew. Obit from Rapid City Journal

[DI5065] Social Security Death Index about Linden C. Neiman Name: «tab»Linden C. Neiman Last Residence: «tab»80216  Denver, Denver, Colorado Born: «tab»8 Aug 1957 Died: «tab»1 Nov 2008 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Wyoming (1972)

[NI5066] Sundance Times, Aug 17, 2006 Sundance Wyoming Nuckolls Family Reunion Members of pioneer settlers Will and Myra (Lawrence) Nuckolls gather ed at the home of Steve Nuckolls in Bufalo, WY. The reunion was host ed by Steve and his family, Jerry Gibbs, Myra and Tiddle Camino and Cli ff Nuckolls. Our usual senior dinner was enjoyed Friday evening July 28 th at the Buffalo Steak House in Buffalo. All seniors were present exce pt Wilma (Nuckolls) Sahir-Silan who was unable to be with us. Emma (Nuckol ls) Heiser now living in Hastings, NE, Lois (Nuckolls) and her husband Gl en Spaur, Montie and Linden Neiman, Steve Nuckolls,  Jerry (Nuckolls) Gibb s,  and family K.J. and Tyler, Cliff Nuckolls and son Randy,  Myra (Nuckol ls) and Tiddle Camino, and dau Stephanie, JW, and Thea Nuckolls. Nan Nucko lls and her husband Gary Cenderson and daughters Grace and Faith. Speci al guests were Perry Yeoman, Margaret Shimplin, Annabell Nuckolls and h er husband Ernie O'Brien, Dixie Nuckolls and her husband Gene Porter and M ark Huseby and his son. The midday meal  on July 29, 2006 was enjoyed by a ll. Lots of good food and lively conversation.

[DI5066] BUFFALO, Wyo. —  Steve Nuckolls, 85, of Buffalo, passed away Saturday, May 25, 2013, at his home. Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday, May 31, at the Harness Funeral Home Chapel. Visitation at the chapel is from 1 to 9 p.m. Thursday and 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Friday. Interment will be in Willow Grove Cemetery.

[NI5068] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Stephen Randolph Nuckolls Social Security #: 520624322 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 17 Aug 1952 Birthplace: Maryland Death Date: 7 Sep 1983 Death Place: San Diego Mother's Maiden Name: Husby

[NI5074] Social Security Death Index Name: Katye Nuckolls SSN: 231-42-4716 Last Residence: 24330  Fries, Grayson, Virginia, United States of Ameri Born: 10 Feb 1897 Died: Sep 1972 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1952 )

[DI5076] Obituary Date: «tab»19 Oct 2010 Newspaper Title: «tab»Galax Gazette Newspaper Location: «tab»Galax, VA, USA Birth Date: «tab»19 Apr 1934 Birth Place: «tab»Fries Residence (at time of death): «tab»Fries Spouse's Name: «tab»Katye and Alan Hale Parents' Names: «tab»Hale and Katye Dickenson Nuckolls Number of Grandchildren: «tab»3

[BI5077] Name: «tab»Arther C. Dobyns Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»10 Mar 1888 Birthplace: «tab»Carroll, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Samuel F. Dobyns Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Malinda A. Dobyns Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C86873-4 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»31087 Reference Number: «tab»p 266 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5NG-BP1 : accessed 6 April 2012), Arther C. Dobyns (1888).

[DI5080] Social Security Death Index about Ernest H. Dekalb Name: «tab»Ernest H. Dekalb SSN: «tab»536-32-4069 Last Residence: «tab»76039  Euless, Tarrant, Texas, United  Born: «tab»16 Dec 1929 Last Benefit: «tab»76039  Euless, Tarrant, Texas, Died: «tab»28 Feb 1991 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Washington (1951-1953)

[NI5083] Parents:   Lorenzo Dow Rathbun (1861 - 1934)   Isabelle Rathbun (1865 - 1946)

[DI5084] Obituary Date: «tab»27 Jun 2010 Newspaper Title: «tab»Daily Inter Lake Newspaper Location: «tab»Kallispell, MT, USA Sunday 27th of June 2010 Annabel Edna OBrien, 84 Funeral services for Ann O Brien, 84, of Buffalo, Wyo., who passed away Wednesday evening, June 23, 2010, at the Amie Holt Care Center in Buffalo, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, June 28, at the Adams Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. Bob McHenry officiating. Burial will be in Willow Grove Cemetery, with graveside services to follow. Visitation will be held from 1 to 9 p.m. Sunday, at the Adams Funeral Home. Donations may be made in Mrs. O Brien s memory to the Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice, in care of the Adams Funeral Home at 351 N. Adams Ave., in Buffalo. Annabel Edna O Brien was born on Aug. 2, 1925, in Hulett, Wyo. to Ben and Goldie Nuckolls. She grew up on the family ranch outside of Hulett and went to schools in Hulett. She graduated from Hulett High School in 1943 and taught in country schools in Crook County. She was married in 1946 in Belle Fourche, S.D. to Joe Gordon, and they made their home in Belle Fourche. Ann played the piano, and they played in a band for dances in the area when they were young. Ann worked for a sugar beet factory for a couple of seasons and Joe passed away in 1964. They owned and operated a trailer court in Belle Fourche, which Ann continued to manage. She was married on Feb. 20, 1965, in Belle Fourche, to Ernest O Brien and they continued to live in Belle Fourche. In 1966, they moved to Whitefish, where Mr. O Brien worked for Atlantic Richfield. They retired in 1995 and moved to Buffalo, where they continued to live until the time of her death. Ann was an avid reader, and did needlepoint and puzzles. She loved to garden, fish and spend time hiking in the mountains. She is survived by her husband, Ernest, of Buffalo; one son, Joseph Gordon and his wife, Darlene, of Florence; three daughters, Robin Richards and her husband, Charles, of Belle Fourche, Patricia Sauerbier of Kalispell and Barbara Bircher and her husband, Oly, of Whitefish; one sister, Dixie Porter, of Buffalo; six grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents and her first husband. Top

[DI5085] Funeral services for Dixie Porter, 82 year old Buffalo woman who passed away suddenly at her home Saturday morning, will be held Thursday, September 29th at 11:00 a.m. from the Adams Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Tom Saur officiating.Visitation will be held from the funeral home chapel on Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m .Interment will be in Willow Grove Cemetery with graveside services to follow the funeral.Donations in Dixie's memory may be made to the Johnson County Library in care of the Adams Funeral Home at 351 N. Adams in Buffalo. Dixie Lee Porter was born on November 11, 1928 in Hulett, Wyoming to Ben and Goldie Nuckolls. She grew up and went to school in Hulett and graduated from Hulett High School in 1946 where she was a class president and lettered in cheerleading. After high school she worked as a secretary. She was married on Sept. 6, 1958 in Hulett to Gene Porter and they made their home in Stockton, California where she continued working a s a secretary. Mr. Porter was an air traffic controller and they moved to various places including Alaska, Utah, Wyoming and finally Billings, Montana where he worked until they retired in 1978. In 1987 they moved to Story, Wyoming and in 1991 they moved to Buffalo. Mr. Porter passed away in January of 2009 and Dixie continued living in Buffalo until the time of her death. Dixie was an avid reader and enjoyed puzzles and baking. She loved going into the Big Horns and watching wildlife. She was a league bowler and a past member of the Elks Lodge. She is survived by two sons, Bruce Porter and his wife Lisa of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and Brian Porter of Billings, Montana; four grandchildren, Jennifer and Samantha Porter of Billings and Joshua and Jessica Berg of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and three great-grandchildren, Caydence, Alyssa and Carsyn and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband and one sister Ann O'Brien

[HI5089] (Research):Name:  «tab»Rosa Todd Poindexter [Rosa Todd Todd] Gender: «tab»FemaleRace: «tab»White Age: «tab»71 , Married Birth Date: «tab»31 Mar 1895 Birth Place: «tab»Virginia, United States Death Date: «tab»27 Apr 1966 Death Location: «tab»Greensboro, Guilford Valley Long Hosp Spouse's Name: «tab»A G Poindexter Sr Father's Name: «tab»George W Todd Sr Mother's Name: «tab»Elizabeth Nuckolls RESIDENCE: «tab»Greensboro, Guilford, North Carolina Inf- Mr A G Poindexter Sr, 411 E Hendrix Ave, Greensboro, NC «tab»

[NI5103] This descendant line provided by John Wyche Blake 22500 Lake Rd #601 jwbla ke.bay@worldnet.att.net Rocky River, OH 44116-1005 The following is a letter written by Dr. John Milton Nuckolls to his wife Exine Wyche Nuckolls in September 1872 when he was dying of "consumption".  He died on March 4, 1873 leaving Exine with five small children, ages one year to ten years old.  Just two years prior in August 1871, the ir oldest child, James Shelton Nuckolls, had died at the age of nine years . September 23rd, 1872 My dear wife, I have written the foregoing will in order to expedite the settleme nt of my estate, believing my estate to be insolvent.  I have no proper ty to will.  You must collect from my estate the $8.000.00 due you.  In or der to do this, you will probably be compelled to sell off my property, and in order to save yourself from loss, you will perhaps be compelled to buy the place we live in (here).  There is also a life insurance poli cy of $5,000.00 in favor of our children.  These two Life Policies and t he $8,000.00 due you from my estate will be all that you and the children will have to live and be educated on, and consequently I do not think y ou can afford to undertake to pay off any of the debts, that remain unpaid, with your money.  It will take all of the income that you can derive fr om the amount of money that you will have to provide for your family.  I can only recommend to you economy and avoidance of debts.  I leave to you a heavy burden, my dear wife; may God help you in this unfriendly world . I should have remembered that I have a third Life Policy for $5.000.00, wh ich I transferred to Dr. Copes of N.O. (New Orleans) to secure a debt, a nd it will take quite all of it to pay the debt. This is written for your individual guidance. Most affectionately yours,J. M. Nuckolls Less than six months later in March 1873, Dr. Nuckolls died.  After his de ath, his wife Exine bought and operated the plantation for several years before moving to Bell Buckle, TN in about 1890.  Her older sister, Elizabeth Olivia Wyche Sandidge lived with her husband, James Shelton Sandidge nearby in Wartrace, TN.  Moving to Bell Buckle with Exine were her daughters, Exine, Mary Fletcher and Adele.  Exine Wyche Nuckolls died in Bell Buckle January 6, 1896 at the age of 54.

[DI5104] Died at Bellbuckle, Tenn on the morning of the 6th inst, Mrs E W nuckolls, mother of Mr S O Nuckolls, and sister of Major J F Wyche. Mrs Nuckolls once lived in New Iberia and has many friends here who will regret to learn of her death. Source TN State Libary and Archives papers of Maddie Webb Mrs Exine Nuckolls, (Wyche) was born near Huntsville, Ala Oct 17, 1841. Orphaned in early life, she removed to Louisiana and at nineteen years of age was married to Dr John M Nuckolls. Their home was for a time in Bossier Parish, near Shreveport; in 1867 they removed to New Iberia, where Dr Nuckolls died in 1873, leaving her a widow with five children. She came to Tennessee, and died at Bell Buckles, Jan 6, 1896. She knew both sides of life-ease and affluence on the one hand, and struggle and adversity on the other. Her Christian life had its beginnings so far back in childhood that we find no date to attach to them. In reply to our question, one who knew her best said-"She never knew anything else than to be a Christian." Of gentle, resolute nature, she cheerfully filled to the full every place in life that was given her; in prosperity ind and considerate of others, in adversity cheerful and helpful. Home was her paradise, and care for childhood for her chiefest labor and her highest joy. Every curve in her face told of gentle, kindly, and charitable emotions. The tones of her voice vibrated with genuine sympathy. Her illness was protracted, but borne with the utmost patience. She might have remained longer had she not been too willing to go away, to battle for her stay. Others were beckoning her, and she had no fear. We celebrated her entrance into the paradise above at the Methodist Church in Bell Buckle, Jan 7th with softest music and many tears, while we talked of her and prayed for those she loved left behind.  (D C Kelley)

[DI5105] New Orleans, Louisiana Death Records Index, 1804-1949 about Samuel O. Nicholls Name: «tab»Samuel O. Nicholls Death Date: «tab»Aug 1937 Page: «tab»469 Volume: 210 Undated Newspaper from Nashville State Library Archives S.O Nuckolls Buried Thursday. Funeral Services were conducted Thursday afternoon for Samul O Nuckolls, who died after a long inllness at the Touro Infirmary, New Orelas. Services were conducted from the Dauterive Funeral Home with interment in Rose Hill Cemetery. Rev R R Diggs of the Episcopal church, of which Mr Nuckolls was a member, conducted the funeral services. Mr Nuckolls was buried with Masonic honors and the service was conducted by Acting Worshipful Master G O Pharr. Mr Nuckolls was the son of the late Dr J M Nuckolls and Mrs Nuckolls, ne Exine Wyche. He was born in Bossier Parish 67 years ago and moved to New Iberia in early childhood. He was married ti his widow, the former Miss Blanche Romero, 48 years ago. Mr Nuckolls always took an active part in politics and for a number of years was the city judge for New Iberia, and president of the Iberia Parish School Board. Besides his widow, the deceased is survived by two sisters, Mrs mary Fletcher Webb and Mrs Adelle Erwin of Jeanerette. Pallbearers at the funeral were Leon J Landry, P A Landry, Landry T Mixon, Ed LaSalle, Oswald Patout, Joe ReDouen. They are getting fewer and fewer in number-and their number is now negligible-those who became participitants in and helped to mold the life of New Iberia in that generation following the other that derived its tone and character from the sociel and cultural fabric of a South of secession and slavery. This latter generation was made, in many ways, the victimsof the general collapse anddisintregration that followed as an aftermath of the Civil War. Higher educational edvantages were denied them and work with scant renumeration was their lot. But the heritage of fathers of heroic mold and of mothers of rare womanly graces entered into the fibre of the personalities of the young men of this latter generation and gave to them qualities of heart and mind that rendered them equal to the task of reconstructing, along enduring lines, the new civic and social structure of the South. Lapses and falterings and weaknesses bred by the times and conditions and hardships obtaining, marked many of the young men of that generation; but, by and large, these lapses and falterings and weaknesses are dwarfed by the many evidences afforded by them of devotion to exalted principles and of acts reflecting manly and patriotic virtues. Sam O Nuckolls was of this latter generation and he reflected its temper and tempo but withal, the chivalry of the old South was a part of him and loyalty to a cause and to friends marked him through life. He was courteous; he was brave; he was kindly. He possessed a brilliant mind and through wide and select reading and study, he had attained a liberal education. He played an active and militant part in his early manhood in the restoration of white government in the Parish of Iberia and through life, he was found aligned with those who sought good government for Louisiana. He has now passed on to join most of the others of his generation who sleep the eternal sleep. He played his part and made worthy contributions to his generation and his times.....----- A FRIEND

[DI5106] Name: «tab»Adele Mrs. Nuckolls Erwin Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»12 Oct 1949 Event Place: «tab»Wartrace, Bedford, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»77 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1872 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»J. M. Dr. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother: «tab»Exine Wuche 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»4184541 Image Number: «tab»1687 Film Number: «tab»2218314 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»p 49-21410

[DI5108] Name: «tab»Exine Nuckolls Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»21 Feb 1936 Event Place: «tab»Bedford, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab»Single Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»about 64 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1872 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»La. Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»J M Nuckoles Father's Birthplace: «tab»Usa Mother: «tab»Exine Wyche Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Usa Occupation: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: Bell Buckles«tab»... Burial Date: «tab»22 Feb 1936 Informant: «tab»Jo--Justice Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184443 Image Number: «tab»2584 Film Number: «tab»1876835 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 2567

[NI5110] 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, 188 2, be and the same is hereby appointed a day on which to make said settlem ent. It is, also, ordered by the Court that due and legal notice of the fi ling of the accounts and vouchers, the nature of the same, and the time ap pointed by the Court for settlement, be given, by publication for three su ccessive weeks, in the Huntsville Democrat, a newspaper published in the C ounty of Madison, State of Alabama; at which time, all persons interest ed can appear and contest said settlements, if they see proper to do so. WILLIAM RICHARDSON, jun21-3w. Judge of Probate The Huntsville Weekly Democrat February 7 1883 Location: Huntsville, AL Madison Circuit Court --------------------------- This Court met on Monday last—Hon. H. C. Speake presiding. The Grand Ju ry was organized with the following members: Wm. R. Day, Foreman; Tho s. H. Bayless, James A. Strong, Joel F. Inman, David A. Timberlake, Robe rt S. Buford, Wm. T. Bush, Wm. H. Fariss, Elliott R. Mathews, Willis P. Wo odall, Monroe Russell, Jas. Q. Dillard, V. Green Pruitt, Virgil A. Nuckoll s, Moses B. Neece, J. D. W. Smith, Jonathan W. Hartsell.

[NI5112] French, Janie Preston Collup, The Crockett family and connecting lines Bristol, Tenn.: Press of the King Print. Co., c1928, 648  pgs. Pg 317 ancestry of Robert Crockett

[NI5114] NUCKOLLS' RITES ARE HELD SUNDAY AT PLAIN DEALING Plain Dealing, La, May 2 - Funeral services for James Oliver Nuckolls, 8 4, Confederate veteran, resident of Louisiana for 60 years, who died at h is home here on Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Salem Cemetery, near Re dland, with the Rev. Ernest Scott,pastor of the Plain Dealing Baptist Chur ch officiating. The rites were attended by Gen. W. T. Laseter of Shreveport, a close frien d, who draped the casket with the Confederate flag. The deceased was bo rn at Huntsville, Ala., May 17, 1847.  He came to Louisiana with his broth er, Dr. John Nuckolls, when about 15 years of age and remained for a lo ng visit with his uncle, Col. James Sandidge.  Mr. Nuckolls joined the thi rd Louisiana battalion artillery division when only 17 years of age a nd at the close of the war remained in Louisiana.  He was married to Mi ss Olivia Kirtley and to this union seven children were born:  Sam E. Nuck olls, Mary E. Stewart, wife of N. W. Stewart, John F. Nuckolls, Shel ly A. Nuckolls, Addele O. Simpson, wife of W. A. Simpson, and  James Oliv er Nuckolls, Jr.  After the death of his first wife, Mr. Nuckolls marri ed Miss Essie E. Barnett.  To this union one child was born, Ruth E. Nucko lls, wife of Milton B. Kidds.  His second wife is also deceased.   Mr. Nuckolls joined the Baptist church when 17 years old and had be en a devoted member.   Mr. Nuckolls, in a issue of the Bossier Banner, wrote a story entitle d, "The Confederate Soldier," which dealt with the position in histo ry of the Confederate soldier. Bossier Banner May 5, 1932 page 1B NUCKOLLS CALLED BY DEATH LATELY AFTER LONG LIFE Vet of War Between States Dies at His Home This Past Saturday   Another of those revered soldiers of the War Between the States has pass ed on to his final reward, beyond the embattlements of God's Heaven.   All those who had known and loved Mr. J. O. Nuckolls, whose long and use ful life had been spent among the people of this section were grieved to l earn of his passing.  He died Saturday, April 30th, at his home in Plain D ealing.  He was eighty-four years, eleven months,and sixteen days old at t he time of his demise.   Only about two weeks ago, he was a visitor to the Banner office, havi ng motored by to bring in copy of another of his stories of the olden day s, about which he knew many interesting facts.  He was active almost unt il the last, though he had been somewhat indisposed for the past thirty da ys.   James Oliver Nuckolls was born May 17, 1847, in Huntsville, Al a.  He had resided in Bossier Parish for the past sixty-nine years, havi ng reared a family and made scores of friends during his long and active l ifetime.   On September 12, 1876, Mr. Nuckolls was married to Miss Olivia Virgin ia Kirtley, who preceded him to the grave by several years.  He was a memb er of the Plain Dealing Baptist Church, having been affiliated with that d enomination for some sixty-eight years.   Funeral services were held at Sa lem Cemetery Sunday, May 1st, with Rev. Ernest Scott, pastor of Plain Deal ing Baptist Church, in charge.     Deceased is survived by seven childre n, fours sons, Messrs. Sam E., John F., and Shelley A. Nuckolls of Plain D ealing, and J. O. Nuckolls Jr. of Shreveport; three daughters, Mesdames Ma ry E. Stewart and M. B. Kidd of Plain Dealing, and Mrs. W. A. Simpso n, of Walton, Ark., and a number of grandchildren, other relatives and a h ost of friends.   The Banner joins with the many friends in extending condolence to the be reaved loved ones, but would comfort them with the assurance that a valia nt soldier of the Old South has gone to his final reward, there to re st in peace. Homestead Entry #1464 Land Office at Natchitoches, LA April 17, 1884 printed in Bossier Banner April 24, 1884 page 3B Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed noti ce of her intention to make final proof in support of her claim before t he Honorable Judge or in his absence, the Clerk of the District Court at B ellevue, LA on 2nd day of June, 1884 and secure final entry thereof at t he expiration of 30 days from the date of this notice,  viz: Homestead Ent ry #1464 - Emily Frances Kirtley, widow of Edward Nichols Kirtley, deceas ed - for the west half of south-east quarter of section 8, township 22 Nor th, Range 12 West LA Meridan, and names the following as her witnesses,  v iz: J. O. Nuckolls, J. B. Bixler, Jr., T.J. Ford, and A. Whitaker, of R ed Land P. O.                                              L. Duplex, Register April 24, 1884                               May 29 Bossier Banner August 10, 1899 Page 3B FOR REPRESENTATIVE We are authorized to announce Mr. J. O. Nuckolls as a candidate for Repres entative from Bossier parish in the next General Assembly subject to nomin ation by the Democratic party. Article by James O. Nuckolls Sr. Bossier Banner February 25, 1932 page three BOSSIER MAN TELLS ABOUT MANY OF HIS ADVENTURES BACK IN THE STORMY DAYS   During the year 1867, I went around the country taking pictures (the old -fashioned tintypes) and made a considerable amount of money.  I had a bug gy and an old horse.  I had purchased the horse from old man Boggs, on cre dit.  Everybody has to have a starting point in business, and that is h ow I started.  I names the horse Boggs, on account of the credit.  I trave led around in Texas.  There were no roads and bridges, but I pulled throu gh the brush and swam the creeks and got along fine.  The greatest drawbac ks were the taxes and licenses.  I thought that if I failed to pay I cou ld be sent to the pen, at any time I might be caught, for a term of twen ty years.  My old buggy broke down and I packed my outfit in saddle-bag s, and started home - for Louisiana.   There was a troop of Yankee soldiers in Boston (Texas) and I had to ri de through there.  About a mile out of the place a Yankee rode up and beg an to look me over.  He asked me my name and I told him it was Ormon d.  He then rode on back to the town.  I thought then that he had me. a nd that I was in for the pen.  After a while, I espied a troop of the sold iers coming on and I let out and took to the woods.   After a time, I came to a place where the woods were not burned ove r.  I then struck out south, for home.  I traveled all day and came o ut in the road just behind where I had started from.  I rode in the bush es for a while and saw a troop of calvary pass.  Thinking they had all gon e, I then rode back into the road.  Very soon, however, I realized my mist ake, for I met another squad, and when they reached me I yelled, "I surren der."  One soldier thought my horse was a racer and swapped with me.  I w as riding fine when he made me swap back.   Well, they took me back to Boston and looked me over, even pulling do wn my breeches.  It seems they were looking for a young fellow by the na me of English, who had killed a Yankee soldier.  They expected to shoot h im on sight.  An Irishman in the troop told me he started to shoot me wh en he first saw me.  I then told them my right name, and that I was travel ing around taking pictures.  They asked me why I gave the wrong name and a ttempted to get away.  I replied that I had thought them to be robbers w ho were after Smith to get his money.  They treated me well.   Next morning they brought in a man who knew English.  He had but one ey e, but after taking a look at me, he stated that I was not English.  Th ey accepted his statement, and told me that when I saw a man in Yankee uni form I would be safe.  I departed soon afterward.  People on the road watc hed me go by, glad I had gotten away.     Some time after my experience wi th the troop, Cullen Baker rode into Boston and killed Capt. Kirkman.  Pri or to that time he had ridden into camp on a mule, similar to the moun ts of the cavalry, and had killed five or six of the soldiers and whipp ed one entire squad.  I didn't stop until I had reached the Arkansas lin e.  I rode up to the home of a man named Graves.  The Sheriff had seized h is cotton for debts, and wanted to leave for Lewisville.  He want ed me to take his place.  I asked if he had any books and he replied th at he had.  I accepted his proposition, telling him that I would sit on t he North Pole or ride to the Equator for a good book.  I soon learned fr om him that the name of the book was "The Last Days of Pompeii."  In abo ut three days I finished reading it and struck out for home.   The river b ottom was overflowed and when I reached it I saw a little hut, about the s ize of an umbrella.  A man was sitting in it, with a keg of whiskey a nd a box of nails.  I said, "Hello, what are you doing?"  He replied th at he was selling nails and throwing in a bottle of whiskey, which enabl ed him to beat the revenue.  I told him that he had a better scheme than m ine - and that the next time I would sell a picture and throw in a hoe han dle.   The man told me he sold his whiskey, one nail and one drink for 10 cent s, two nails and two drinks for 20 cents.  I bought one nail.  The ro ad in the bottom was a streak of water.  I said to Boggs (my horse), "He re we may go under," and we plunged in.  Boggs had a stroke like a padd le wheel and he carried us safely through.  When we got to high land, t he next bank of the river, he kept up the same stroke, as though he were s till in the water.   On the other side of the river, a little strip of high ground led from t he water to the bank.  It looked like two strips to me.  (I guess the na il did it.)  Boggs started up and slipped off in the quicksand.  A cro wd of negroes at the store pulled him out - and then all got drunk.   A stranger took me out to his home, saying it was a very rough place b ut better than quicksand.  After my sojourn at his place, I continu ed on my journey, passing through Lewisville.  (The sheriff had gone ba ck or run away.)   When I got home, I began growing cotton - and have been broke ever sinc e.  Graves made money by getting into the practice of law.  Cotton we nt up from 10 to 20 cents, and he made a fortune.   Editors Note - The above story is all the more interesting when it is co nsidered that Mr. J. O. Nuckolls, its author, really had the experienc es he relates.  The country during those times was indeed wild.  Outlaws a nd other such characters were numerous and notorious.  Cullen Baker, refer red to in the story, was one of the most feared and daring of the entire l ot, so local tradition of the country says.  Few of our present day citize ns can remember those stirring times.  Mr. Nuckolls is now near ninety yea rs of age and saw service under the Confederate banner during the War Betw een the States. Article by James O. Nuckolls Sr. Bossier Banner March 10, 1932 Page three TELLS ABOUT OLD RED RIVER CROSSING at SHREVEPORT DURING BYGONE DAYS   This story is written at the request of a friend.  It is to be about da ys long past and will tell principally of the Red River crossing at Shreve port during the War Between the States.   The first bridge across the riv er at Shreveport was a pontoon bridge.  It was constructed by placing a nu mber of skiffs parallel and close together and laying across heavy plank f or flooring.  It made a very substantial bridge.  It was built chief ly to facilitate military operations.  My own company, the Third Louisia na Battery of Light Artillery, crossed on it the last year of the war.   After the passing of the pontoon bridge some one put in a small steamboa t, under the command of Capt. White.  On the boat there was always  su ch a jam of people and mules, it took a tough man to manage it, and Cap t. White came up to the scratch.   Next we had the Shreveport Railroad and Traffic Bridge.  The addition al expense of combining the two needs was paid for by the City of Shrevepo rt and Bossier Parish.  This arrangement was accomplished by the servic es and foresight of Mr. S. J. Zeigler of Bossier  Parish.  The buildi ng of this bridge was like uniting two continents.  No structure befo re or since has been more important in building the city of Shreveport.  E very day there crossed the bridge thousands of people who otherwise wou ld seldom, or never cross the river and go to Shreveport.   I was collector of tolls on the bridge during 1906 and 1910, and everybo dy going east or west had to pass me.  I had a good chance to observe t he poverty or prosperity of thousands of people. I had as good a chan ce as any one in the State of Louisiana to note the effects of prohibiti on and anti prohibition, being on the bridge during 1906, when there we re open saloons, and again during 1910, when they were closed. On Saturdays (especially) hundreds of negroes would pass and pay their tol l, and have plenty of money left - and many drunk in their wagons. During 1910 it was quite different: They would return with their wagons lo aded with supplies and furniture.  During that year I saw scarcely twenty- five cross the bridge drunk.   When an election was held to submit to vote the proposal to return whisk ey the saloon men fooled most of the merchants and came near winning.  Th ey represented whiskey was drink as freely as ever, but they couldn't fo ol me.  A man couldn't get drunk without drinking whiskey,  and I didn't s ee many drunk people.  Even the real estate men got to kicking.  The rente rs began to build their own homes, and the river planters raised a big ki ck against whiskey, too.  Every Monday morning they would have to drive ov er into Shreveport to hunt their hands, and find them unfit for work.  Th ey threatened to boycott Shreveport if they continued to keep whiskey.   Among the people on the bridge was old man M. Smith.  He was a soldier u nder Stonewall Jackson and had a heart of gold.  He took a fancy to me a nd did my cussin' for me.  He sure filled the bill.  One time he was walki ng down the street in Shreveport, by a saloon, and a lot of negroes we re in a riot and a number of policemen were trying to quiet them.  Old m an Smith stepped to the door and brought his swearing into play, and the c rowd melted.  They knew him.   I never heard of any serious accident on the bridge, with loss of lif e.  Old man Smith was walking one night and somebody knocked him down a nd robbed him of $15.   He missed his watch and thought they got that, too, but it had slipped o ut of his pocket and fell into the river.  Later, when the stage of the ri ver was lower, he saw it, lying on the sand by a pier.  He got it, wou nd it up and it went on running.   One day while the bridge flag was up, and a switch engine was wanti ng to cross, three drunk men came poking over the bridge.  They had the ir heads down, and the old horse appeared asleep.  The engine gave a lo ud toot.  The old horse started up like a flash and sailed down the inclin e.  The weather-worn buggy hit a telegraph pole and turned bottom side u p.  The men crawled out like pigs and staggered around foolishly. The engineer on the train got "scared" and wanted me to say it was a sho rt toot.  I told him it was all right; it took a good one to wake them up.   The officials never could find a successful means of checking up on t he toll collectors, and they tried nearly everything.  The collectors call ed stealing, "knocking down."  I could have stolen five thousand dollars d uring the two years I was there.  While on the job I learned, through obse rvation, that any one can cultivate habits of stealing or habits of honest y.  After watching and training myself for twelve months, I was more hones t, as far as money is concerned, than ever before or since.                                            J. O. NUCKOLLS                                            Plain Dealing, Feb. 29,1932   The foregoing story was written upon my request.  Its aged author, by t he way, is one of six (perhaps seven) remaining veterans of the Lost Cau se now residing in Bossier Parish.   Only & Turner preceded Capt. White as lessees of the ferry boat referr ed to - about 1878.  Capt. Only, who was actively in charge of the boat, a bout that time could probably have equaled Capt. White as a past mast er at the art of swearing.  Later it was that Capt. White leased the fer ry and operated the Sterling White.  As recalled, it was a beauty. Wagon t rains perhaps a half mile long, or more, would be waiting at daylight f or the landing of the boat on the east bank of the river.  Often many of t hem spent some portion of their waiting hours with "Red Mike," hunting t he elusive pea under the "shell."   Being a member of the Bossier Parish Police Jury during Mr. Nuckolls inc umbency as toll collector on the old bridge, I can vouch for his accuracy.   Mr. M. Smith, who he so diligently paints, was indeed a character, a nd is fondly remembered.  He was from Newton, Mis                                             J. T. MANRY                                             Plain Dealing, La. Article by James O. Nuckolls Sr. Bossier Banner March 31, 1932 Page four J. O. NUCKOLLS WRITES OF RACE OF PETER GREEN IN OLDEN DAYS   When I heard that Peter Green was going to run for the Legislature I w as very much surprised - in fact, I was shocked.  Peter had always be en a fine citizen, and had a good reputation.  So I started out to find o ut about it.  On the road I met old man Scruggs and asked about the rumo r.  He said, " I reckon so," and winked at me.  "I guess Peter is after so mething."   When I got to Pete's house I found him and his wife going, hammer and to ngues.  He had just thrashed his son, Bob, to make him beg him to run f or Legislature. He said he wanted to tell he had been solicited to run.  B etty, his wife, told him she didn't see why he wanted to get in a rumpus w ith his neighbors, especially as he and Tom Spott had gotten friendly  - s ince they had that fight.  Pete said, "I bet you Tom will vote for me, too ."  "He could afford to do that, as he gave you such a good walloping," sa id the good wife.  "I suppose if you let everybody round give you a wallop ing you could get elected."   I saw Pete was in a mess, but I had to stick to him.  It seems in that n eighborhood it was customary to let hogs run out without being marked. Pete was in favor of marking and was called a "marker."  Old man Sims w as agin it; said he always had plenty of meat that way, and other way crea ted suspicion.  Down in the lower part of the parish, a man named Spike w as running against Pete.  So Pete thought he would let his neighbors co ol off and see what Spike was doing.  He thought he would take rounds on S pike, on the sly.  Besides he had a cousin down that way who had been to s ee him once and talked lavishly about his influence.   So Pete struck o ut on his mule at a fast trot.  But after traveling a whole day, he s aw it was a bigger country than he thought, and he would have to go slo w, to make it.  He thought it was as big as New York and he might as well run for President.  When he got down close to his cousin's h ome, he met an old fellow and asked him if he knew a man around named Scot t, and how far was it to his home?  The stranger told Pete there was su ch a man in that section, but he wasn't there now.  He had been run o ut of the country for chicken stealing.  "What is your name, mister?"  " My name is Smith," says Pete, and lit out in a hurry.   He went on do wn to Spike's neighborhood and found Spike in a peck of trouble.  He m et an old fellow and asked him about Spike.  "Spike?" says the old man, "w hy he's got a jumping cow that has the whole country in a turmoil.  We' ve shot all our ammunition at her, but it just limbers her up.  As f or my part, if he would take the cow with him, I would be willing to se nd him to the Legislature to stay the next hundred years."  Pete felt fin e.  He felt he now had a cinch on the office.   Pete struck out for home.  He went so fast and so far he was sorry he ha dn't run for President - but when he got home he found Betty, his wife, al most crazy.  She told Pete it was being talked all over the country th at he beat her up, particularly in the spring.  The neighbors said they co uld hear her cries every day about twelve o'clock.  Pete was stumped, a nd said to Betty, "Didn't you call me to dinner every day last spring wh en I was plowing in the lower field, and holler pretty loud?"  "That's it ," said Betty, "they heard me calling you to dinner and thought you were b eating me."   Well, after a while the election came off.  Pete ran Spike a close ra ce all over the parish, but in his own precinct he only got one vote.  Eve rybody told Pete they had voted for him, which confused him more than eve r.  It looked like everybody in the precinct was lying but one man, and Pe te didn't know who he was.  Well, when the next election year came aroun d, they elected Pete constable.                                         J. O. N. Plain Dealing, March 21, 1932 Article by James O. Nuckolls Sr. Bossier Banner April 28, 1932 Page four Nuckolls Tells of Place of Southern Soldiers in History in This Article   Editor's Note - The story printed below has been furnished the Bann er by Mr. J. O. Nuckolls, one of the few surviving veterans of the War Bet ween the States, who fought for the Southland, during that great struggl e.  His article this week deals with the position in history of the Confed erate Soldier, and because he was, in fact, one of them, it should be of v ery great interest to every person in Bossier Parish:                                                             "The Confedera te Soldier"   History is the record of events in the lives of the human race.  The mot ives and causes of those events are very often forgotten.  The motives a nd sentiment which prompted the Confederate Soldier, in the War Between t he States, have never been published.   It has been noted, throughout t he world, that the war was fought to maintain slavery.  The fighting was b rought on, not by the question of slavery, but by the invasion of the Sout hern States by the Northern Armies.  Three-fourths of the Southern Army ne ver owned a slave, but these men were impelled to resist that invasi on of Southern soil.  In this resistance they were defeated, but in the ir defeat was shown a greater luster than that of the victorious Northe rn Army.   Their (the Confederates') deeds were unsung and forgotten, but their und ying patriotism should never fade from memory.  It is not victory that liv es with undying fame.  The Greeks at Thermopylea were defeated, yet the ir heroic defense will ever be remembered by men everywhere. While the vic tors have sunk into oblivion, the heroes of the Alamo did not resist in va in, but died with the entrancing deeds of their heroic souls.                                                          J. O. Nuckolls Name:    James O Nuckolls Death Date:    30 Apr 1932 Age:    84 Years Parish:    Bossier Volume:    10 Certificate:    3608

[XI5114] U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 flat bronze marker, Christian Cross emblem Name: «tab»James Oliver Nuckolls Birth Date: «tab»17 May 1847 Death Date: «tab»30 Apr 1931 (crossed thru and put 1932) Cemetery: «tab»Salem Cemetery Cemetery Location: «tab»Plain Dealing, Louisiana Bentons Co 3 La Field Artillery, Applicant Milton B Kidd, 9/63/1958 U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 Name: «tab»James Q Nuckolls Death Date: «tab»30 Apr 1932 Cemetery: «tab»Salem Cemetery Cemetery Location: «tab»Plain Dealing, Louisiana Bentons Co, Field Artillery Applicant J F Nuckolls, Plain Dealing LA 3/24/1933

[NI5115] Bossier Banner January 18, 1900 page 2C   Mrs. Essie Nuckolls - wife of Mr. J. O. Nuckolls - died of pneumon ia at her home four miles east of Plain Dealing Saturday night, Jan. 13, 1 900.   Mrs. Nuckolls was the daughter of our time honored citizen - Mr. F. M. B arnett - and was married to Mr. Nuckolls about 4 years ago.  She leav es a husband, one child, 5 step-children, a father and mother, and sever al brothers and sisters to mourn her departure.   We heartily sympathize w ith the bereaved.   A Friend Plain Dealing  Jan. 14, 1900

[NI5116] Louisiana State Normal, 1916, Natchitoches, Louisiana Submitted by Pris Weathers Students Nuckolls, Ruth -Plain Dealing

[NI5118] Obituary for Virginia Olivia Kirtley Nuckolls - first wife of James O. Nuckolls Sr. Bossier Banner January 31, 1895 page 3A Plain Dealing Dots   The wife of Mr. J. O. Nuckolls, living 3 miles east of this place, di ed Thursday night, January 24th.  She leaves a husband and seven childre n, one is a baby only about two weeks old.   Mrs. Nuckolls was the only si ster of our townsman, Mr. E. F. Kirtley, and the daughter of Rev. N. F. Ki rtley, deceased.     Thus it is that one by one, we leave this world, to e nter upon an existence in another clime.  How little we think about that g reat change that must take place, when we enter upon the shores of eternit y.   Mrs. Nuckolls was a kind-hearted, good woman and a strict member of t he Baptist Church.   May this sad bereavement cause those of the family w ho remain to strive harder to reach that everlasting city, whose maker a nd builder is God.

[NI5120] Louisiana Statewide Death Index, 1900-1949 about Mary Ann Stewart Name: Mary Ann Stewart Death Date: 17 Jan 1942 Estimated birth year: 1880 Age: 62 Years Gender: Female Race: White or Mexican (White) Parish: Bossier Certificate Number: 122 Volume: 50 Title: Louisiana Statewide Death Indices 1940-1944

[NI5121] Name: N W Stewart Death Date: 18 Jul 1947 Estimated birth year: 1869 Age: 78 Years Gender: Male Race: White or Mexican (White) Parish: Caddo Certificate Number: 232 Volume: 8 Title: Louisiana Statewide Death Indices 1945-1949

[NI5132] WWI Draft Registration 1917-1918 Samuel Edwin Nuckolls res Plain Dealing, LA Age 41 born July 25 1877 Farmer; Kin-Daisy Nuckolls, same address Med height, med build, no eye color, no hair color Signed Sep 12 1918 S E Nuckolls Tombstone name is Samuel Edward Nuckolls Name:    Samuel E Nuckols Death Date:    21 Oct 1938 Age:    61 Years Gender:    M Parish:    Caddo Race:    White or Mexican Volume:    28 Certificate:    12368

[NI5133] Name:    Daisy Nuckolls Death Date:    11 Nov 1919 Age:    35 years Parish:    Bossier Volume:    35 Certificate:    15385 Title:    La. State Deaths 1900-1929 Death Indexes

[BI5134] Tombstone gives date of birth 1881

[NI5136] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 9/12/1918 Res RFD 1 Plain Dealing, LA Age 33 born 3/24/1885 Self emp farmer; kin Alice Lillie Nuckolls, same address Med height, slender build, no eye or hair colors indicated

[NI5137] Name: Alice M Nuckolls Death Date: 30 Dec 1932 Estimated Birth Year: 1890 Age: 42 Years Parish: Bossier Certificate Number: 13546   Volume: 34 Father: John Roger MATLOCK b: 18 Nov 1845 in Tippah County, Mississippi, U SA Mother: Parthenia Susan RODGERS b: 5 Sep 1850 in Bossier Parish, Louisian a, USA

[DI5140] Georgia Deaths, 1919-98 about Mrs S S Nuckolls Name: «tab»Mrs S S Nuckolls Death Date: «tab»24 Nov 1938 County of Death: «tab»Dekalb Certificate: «tab»28024

[NI5141] Name:    Samuel H Nuckolls Death Date:    04 Mar 1941 County of Death:    DeKalb Gender:    M Race:    W Age:    63 years Certificate:    6234

[DI5142] Atlanta Constitution June 24, 1924 Friends and relatives of Mr Paul M NUCKOLLS and family of Shreveport, L A; his mother Mrs S.S. NUCKOLLS; one brother, Mr S.H. NUCKOLLS; three sist ers Mrs P. H. Pittard, Mres F.E. Sackett and Miss Florence NUCKOLLS, a ll of Stone Mounatin Georgia, are invited to attend the funeral of Mr Pa ul M NUCKOLLS this Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, at Stone Mounatain Bapt ist Church. The Rev Cowart, former pastor, will officiate. Interment Sto ne Mountain Cemetery. White & Co, Funeral directors in charge. Atlanta Constitution June 24, 1924 Hold Last Services For Paul Nuckolls Funeral services for Paul NUCKOLLS, former Stone Mountain resident who di ed Sunday in New York city, will be held at 4;30 this afternoon from the S tone Mountain Baptist Church, with Rev Mr Cowart, pastor, officiating. Int erment will be in Stone Mountian Cemetery. Mr NUCKOLLS was Louisianna repr esentative of the Massachusetts Protective Association, and was stoppi ng in New York for several days after having attended the annual conventi on of his company at Worcester, Mass, last week. He left Stone Mountain fi ve years to accept the position he held at the time of his death He is sur vived by his widow; two sons Paul M, Jr and N NUCKOLLS; his mother  Mrs S. S. NUCKOLLS; a brother F.H. NUCKOLLS, and three sisters, Mrs T H Pittar d, Mrs F E Sackett and Miss Florence NUCKOLLS. Atlanta Constitution June 24, 1924 Nuckolls Funeral at Stone Mountain Stone Mountain GA, June 23 (Special)- News has been received by relativ es here of the death of Paul M NUCKOLLS in New York City. Mr NUCKOLLS w as a general agent in the state of Louisianna for the Massachusetts Protec tive Association and had attended their annual convention in Worcester, Ma ss. He was on his way here to visit his mother and he stopped overnig ht in New York, where he suffered a heart attack and died. The body wi ll be brought to Stone Mountain for funeral and interment. He is surviv ed by his widow, two sons, Paul Milton Jr and Nall NUCKOLLS of Shrevepor t, LA; his mother Mrs S S NUCKOLLS; a brother S.H. NUCKOLLS and three sist ers al of Stone Mountain

[NI5143] Oxnard Press Courier Oxnard California 07 August 1947 Mrs Ed Nuckols will be in charge of the reciprocity dinner at the Glen Tav ern in Santa Paula Sept 2 Oxnard Press Courier Oxnard California 22 September 1947 , Oct 11, 1947, J an 30, 1948, Feb 5, 1948. Feb 7, 1948, Feb 12, 1948, Feb 20, 1948, Feb 2 1, 1948, Mar 2, 1948. Mar 26, 1948 Womans Club-Mrs George E Nuckols Oxnard Press Courier Oxnard California 07 January 1948 Forty Leaguer- Mrs Ed Nuckols Oxnard Press Courier Oxnard California 09 June 1948 , Jun 10, 1948, A ug 2, 1948 Mrs G E Nuckols

[DI5143] Published in Ventura County Star from March 29 to April 1, 2013 She died on March 23 at Pleasant Valley Hospital in Camarillo, California. She was born October 19, 1921 in Hammond, Indiana to Deaha and Floyd Myers. Her family left for California in January 1931 to join her maternal grandparents in Canoga Park. She attended Canoga Park Elementary and Canoga Park High School. Following high school, she matriculated to UCLA, where she eventually graduated and earned a teaching credential. She was a member of the Chi Omega Sorority and served as President for one term. In her junior year, she held a student body office as chairman of the Organization Control Board.On a blind date at UCLA in December 1941, she met George Ed Nuckols who was stationed at Army Air Corps McCarran Field in Las Vegas, Nevada. On June 7, 1942, they were married in Westwood, California. The couple returned to Las Vegas for the duration of World War II. Upon discharge in 1945, they returned to Eds home in Camarillo, California. In 1945, Ed and his brother, Bill, purchased land in the Santa Rosa Valley and developed the property into lemon and avocado orchards. Ed and Virgene lived on the ranch until 2003 when they moved to Pepper Farms in Camarillo and her final years were spent at AlmaVia of Camarillo. Virgene spent her early years raising three children. When Adolfo Camarillo High School opened in 1957, she was the assistant librarian. She completed her education at UCLA in the mid 1960s. Upon receiving her teach certificate, she taught seventh grade at Los Altos and Monte Vista Junior High Schools for about twenty years.She was active in the Ventura organizations of the Forty Leaguers, Meadowlark Chapter of Childrens Home Society P.O.E., and the Saticoy Poinsettia Club. She and Ed were members of Saticoy Country Club where she enjoyed playing golf and bridge. Virgene was an avid reader and loved to crochet. The family heirloom is a king size bedspread that took over five years to make. She was also most proud of a derelict buffet chest that she bought in the early sixties that was covered in black paint. With specific instructions from the paint store, she refinished the buffet and gave it a new life. It became a main-stay for many family functions and she was able to enjoy it every day.Virgene and Ed were very active over the years interacting with college friends around UCLA football, playing monthly bridge with local farming friends and traveling the world. They loved to travel and did so for over forty years. They were on a Mediterranean cruise during the Second Arab-Israeli War in 1967 and were not allowed to disembark onto Egyptian soil. In the 1980 they were one of the early tourists to enter China after President Nixon utilized his foreign diplomacy to open their gates to outsiders.Virgene was totally devoted to her husband Ed, to raising her children and enjoying her grandchildren and great grandchildren. She is survived by her husband and two children: Tom Nuckols and Paul Nuckols, eight grandchildren: Tina Kistinger, Brett Nuckols, Mark Claeys, Matt Claeys, Greg Claeys, Carrie Claeys, Rachel Nuckols and Virginia Nuckols, and three great grandchildren: Sydney Nuckols, Nyle Nuckols and Brady Claeys. Her daughter Ann Claeys passed in 2007. Her other relatives are a sister, Marilyn Leffler and nine nieces and nephews. She has two daughters-in-law, Joanne Nuckols and Cynthia Nuckols and a son-in-law, Dick Claeys. She was preceded in death by her younger sister, Carol White.A memorial service will be held in the Chapel of the Islands located in the main building of Conejo Mountain Memorial Park on Tuesday, April 2, 1913 at 1:00 in the afternoon followed by a reception to celebrate Virgenes life. The park address is 2052 Howard Road, Camarillo.

[NI5147] Sam Nuckols and his friend Bill Byles married twin sisters, Wylie Maye a nd Virginia Fay Bishop, around 1907.  Their father Wylie B. Bishop was cou nty clerk at Cleburne, Texas. Sam and Maye moved to California in 1919, and the Byles family soon follow ed.  Samuel Nuckols operated the S. A. Nuckols Plumbing Co. in Bell, Calif ornia in the 1920s.  When the depression closed the business, Sam and Ma ye bought a ranch in San Diego County and built a house near Pala, CA.  Th eir daughter Virginia May Nuckols (1911- ) married Joe D. Gilman at Pa la on March 20, 1933.  Her brother Roland Bishop Nuckols (1914-1984) marri ed Patricia Mortimer the following year, also at Pala.  Eugene Overton Nuc kols (1909- , named after his grandfather) married Mary Nowag in 1937.  T he Nuckols brothers each had 3 daughters.  Joe and Virginia had two daught ers and two sons:  Joe D. Gilman, Jr and Samuel Nuckols Gilman. The Nuckols and Gilman and Byles families lived near each other in subur bs of Los Angeles in the 1940s and 50s.  Around 1960 the Nuckols famili es moved to Oregon.  Sam and Maye lived for a time near their son Rola nd in Phoenix, near Medford, and then moved south to Crescent City, CA, ju st across the Oregon line.  They died in an automobile accident near Brook ings, Oregon on February 6, 1965, leaving ten grandchildren and seven grea t-grandchildren. Today, Virginia May (Nuckols) Gilman lives near her son Samuel in Visali a, CA.  Her brother Eugene and his wife Mary Nuckols make their ho me in El Cajon, CA. Joe D. Gilman, Jr. San Jose, CA jdgilman@concentric.net

[DI5147] Oregon Death Index Nuckoles«tab»Samuel Alva«tab»«tab»1965«tab»Vol- SWORv3«tab»Pg12 Nuckols«tab»Samuel Alva«tab»«tab»1965«tab»SWORv3«tab»14

[DI5148] Oregon Death Index Nuckols«tab»Wylie May (Mrs)«tab»«tab»1965«tab»SWORv3«tab»Pg14 Nuckoles«tab»W May (Mrs)«tab»«tab»1965«tab»SWORv3«tab»Pg12

[DI5150] Name:  «tab»Joe D. Gilman SSN: «tab»708-09-8440 Last Residence: «tab»93292  Visalia, Tulare, California, Born: «tab»22 Dec 1908 Died: «tab»10 Nov 1997 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Railroad Board (Issued Through) (Before 1951)

[NI5153] Jeremiah & Eveline had one child (sex and name?-and the child did not surv ive)(Later may have had a son Scott?);

[NI5154] Death Certificate name is Sylvester E Nuckols Informant Russell Pool Name seen at FAG as Sylvester Vespucious

[DI5154] Name:  Sylvester E Nuckols (Indexed as james L Nuckols) Death Date: «tab»29 Jan 1928 Death Location: «tab»Daviess Residence Location: «tab»Daviess Age: «tab»78y 6 m 28d Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»1 Jul 1849 Spouse's Name: «tab»Fannie Nuckols Father's Name: «tab»Lafeyette Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Mother's Name: «tab»Lucy E Wilhite Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Oldham

[NI5155] My name is James Carter Gettings presently living in Hesperia, Ca. My moth ers name was Harriett Jean Carterwho married my father James Paul Getting s. My mothers parents were Glen Harrison Carter and Blanche Carter {maid en name  Wier}. My grandmothers parents were John Wier and Carrie Lee wi er [maiden name Nuckols} of La cygne Kansas. The Wiers migrated from Nor th Carolina to Illinois and on to Kansas. Carrie Lee Wier [Nuckols} was bo rn in Virginia. Her parents were Thomas and Sarah Nuckols. I found your Fa mily Tree on the Ancestry World tree. If this is a link, which I thi nk it is, I would like to hear from you. My e-mail is GETTINGSJAMES@aol.co m

[NI5156] Went to the Western Frontier and was never heard from again

[NI5157] Some time before he died, he changed the spelling to 2 LL's. His tombstone has 2 LL's but all census rrecords are only 1. His middle initail in the 1930 census is L

[NI5163] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 1/12/1918 Cleveland Co, OK Carter I Nuckols  b1/10/1878 age 40 living in Ponca OK Patient in insane hospital. Next of kin Dr A S Nuckols, Ponca City, OKMed hieght, med build, Grey eye s, blk hair. Cant serve, insane. Signed by Dr A S Nuckols. (His name in our database was Chester, (census) now corrected)

[NI5164] My Grandfather, Arthur Sankey Nuckols, was born in 1884 near Westphalia, Kansas.  He studied medicine at the Barnes Scho ol of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri (today known as Barnes Jewish Hospit al).  He practiced medicine in Ponca City, Oklahoma from about 1905 unt il his death in March 1965.  My father-Thomas Martin Nuckols-is the younge st son of Arthur Sankey Nuckols.  He was born in 1928, at Ponca City, Okla homa, and currently resides at Arkansas City, Kansas.  My name is Thomas A rthur Nuckols, and I am the oldest son of Thomas Martin Nuckols.  I am 50 years of age, and I reside in Plainville, Kansas.I wou ld enjoy any family information that you may want to share about the Virgi nia Nuckols. Thomas A. Nuckols nuckols@ruraltel.net Informant on fathers death certificate 3/18/1912 , A S Nuckols, Ponca Cit y, OK On Jan. 3 of the year 1912, Dr. A.S. Nuckles of Ponca City forded the icy water of the Arkansas river with his team and buggy and proceeded ea st about seven miles into the Osage Tribal Reservation to deliver Bert a nd Nora Colby's last son, Joe (Joseph Franklin) Colby. It was so cold in t hat small wood frame house that a glass of water froze on the dresser in t he bedroom where Nora had her baby. (Obit notice Ponca City News for Joe C olby Sr Jan 11 2004)

[DI5164] Social Security Death Index about Arthur Nuckols Name: «tab»Arthur Nuckols SSN: «tab»443-10-2741 Last Residence: «tab»74601  Ponca City, Kay, Oklahoma,  Born: «tab»22 Mar 1884 Died: «tab»Apr 1965 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Oklahoma (Before 1951)

[NI5165] The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 1 18 page 293 Mrs. Mary Gertrude Mires Nuckols. DAR ID Number: 117934 Born in Houston, Tex. Wife of Dr. Arthur S. Nuckols. Descendant of Thomas Price, as follows: 1. George Thomas Mires (b. 1851) m. 1877 Margaret Hughes (b. 1859). 2. William A. Hughes (1828-65) m. 1858 Mary Jane Price (1842-1910). [p.293] 3. John Calvin Price (1812-96) m. 1842 Margaret Waddle (1818-97 4. Reuben Price (1780-1855) m. 1809 Mary Linder (1779-1856). 5. Thomas Price m. Sarah Jane Mosby (1740-1820). Thomas Price (1736-1828) served as private under Capt. Dan Smith at the Ba ttle of Point Pleasant. He was born in Culpeper County, Va.; died in Pos ey County, Ind.

[NI5166] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Rthur P Nuckols Birth Year: 1910 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Oklahoma State: Oklahoma County or City: Kay Enlistment Date: 15 Apr 1944 Enlistment State: Oklahoma Enlistment City: Fort Sill Branch: No branch assignment Grade: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Education: 1 year of college Civil Occupation: Salesman Marital Status: Married Height: 00 Weight: 000 Name: Arthur Phil Nuckols Death date: 03 Dec 1957 Death place: Spokane, Spokane, Washington Gender: Male Race or color (on document): Age at death: 47 years Estimated birth year: 1910 Birth date: Birth place: Marital status: Spouse name: Father name: Arthur S. Nuckols Father birth place: Mother name: Gertrude Mires Mother birth place: Occupation: Street address: Residence: Cemetery name: Burial place: Burial date: Additional relatives: Film number: 2033771 Digital GS number: 4224557 Image number: 1959 Reference number: cn24770 Collection: Washington Death Certificates, 1907-1960

[DI5169] Social Security Death Index about Jack Nuckols Name: «tab»Jack Nuckols «tab» SSN: «tab»446-18-8166 Born: «tab»27 Dec 1922 Died: «tab»Aug 1965 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Oklahoma (Before 1951)

[DI5170] Arkansas City Traveler  Newspaper Location:    Arkansas City, KS, US Obitu ary Publication Date:    3/26/2004 Thomas "Tom" Nuckols, 75, Arkansas Cit y, died Monday, Jan. 5, 2004, at his residence. Arrangements are pending a nd under the direction of the Rindt-Erdman Funeral Home, Arkansas City. Thomas Martin "Tom" Nuckols, 75, Arkansas City, died Monday, Jan. 5, 200 4, at his residence. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday, Ja n. 9, 2004, at the First United Methodist Church of Arkansas City. The Rev erend Lance Carrithers will officiate. Burial will follow in the Parker Ce metery. Tom was born Jan. 11, 1928, in Ponca City, Okla., to Dr. Arth ur S. and Hazel H. (Martin) Hyatt Nuckols. He was reared and educated in P onca City. Tom graduated from the Kemper Military Academy of Booneville, M o. He later attended the Oklahoma A&M University. Tom served in the Unit ed States Air Force from 1949 to 1952. He was stationed in Naknek, Alas ka Territory and later Sacramento, Calif. While in Sacramento, Tom met a nd later married Martella Carr on Jan. 12, 1952. The couple lived in Sacra mento, Ponca City, Okla., New Orleans, La., Dallas, Texas, and Sacramen to again before moving to Arkansas City in 1963. Tom worked in the enginee ring department for the General Electric Jet Engine Facility at Strother F ield for 10 years and later as a maintenance engineer for Conoco for 20 ye ars before retiring in 1993. Tom was a member of the First United Methodi st Church where he was very active as a leader of the Boy Scouts of Ameri ca and as a leader and advisor for the Explorer Scouts. He was a memb er of the Crescent Masonic Lodge No. 133 AF&AM and the Shelton Beaty Po st No. 18 American Legion. Tom also enjoyed gardening, fishing, hunting, a nd camping. Survivors include his wife, Marty of the home; two sons Dr. Th omas A. and his wife, Cassie of Plainville, Kan., The Reverend Mark S. a nd his wife, Carla Nuckols of North Kansas City, Mo.; two daughters, Vic ki and her husband, Richard Hensley of Arkansas City, Nancy and her husban d, Michael Meyer of Littleton, Colo.; one sister, Sue and her husband, D r. Phillip Brown of Nashville, Tenn.; and eight grandchildren. He was prec eded in death by his parents; step-mother, Philomenia Barbara Nuckols; t wo brothers, Jack and Arthur Phil "Bub" Nuckols; one sister, Margaret Davi s; and a granddaughter, Karen Nuckols. Memorials have been established wi th the First United Methodist Church and Harry Hynes Hospice. Contributio ns may be made through the funeral home. Arrangements are being made throu gh the Rindt-Erdman Funeral Home of Arkansas City. Online condolences m ay be made at www.rindt-erdman.com Wichita Eagle, The (KS) - January 7, 2004 Deceased Name: Nuckols, Thomas Martin "Tom" ARKANSAS CITY - Nuckols, Thomas Martin "Tom," 75, died Jan. 5, 2004. Servi ce 10:30 a.m. Friday, First United Methodist Church. Survivors: wife, Mart y; sons, Dr. Thomas A., The Rev. Mark S.; daughters, Vicki Hensley, Nan cy Meyer; sister, Sue Brown; 8 grandchildren. Rindt-Erdman Funeral Home. P ublished in the Wichita Eagle on 1/7/2004. Guest Book Ponca City OK News 1/8/2004 Thomas Martin Nuckols - Funeral at 10:30 a.m. at First United Methodist Ch urch of Arkansas City, Kan. Burial will follow in Parker Cemetery under t he direction of Rindt-Erdman Funeral Home of Arkansas City. Newspaper Title:    Arkansas City Traveler  Newspaper Location:    Arkans as City, KS, US Obituary Publication Date:    3/26/2004 Thomas "Tom" Nucko ls, 75, Arkansas City, died Monday, Jan. 5, 2004, at his residence. Arrang ements are pending and under the direction of the Rindt-Erdman Funeral Hom e, Arkansas City

[NI5171] Tulsa World (OK) - October 7, 2000 Deceased Name: -- Philomoena "Phyl" Nuckols -- Philomoena "Phyl" Nuckols, retired nurse, died Friday. Rosary 5 p.m. Su nday, Trout Funeral Home Chapel, and funeral Mass 10 a.m. Monday, St. Ma ry Catholic Church. The Ponca City News, Friday, October 06, 2000 Philomoena Nuckols, Ponca City resident, died Friday, Oct. 6, 2000, at S t. Joseph Regional Medical Center. She was 95. Services are pending with T rout Funeral Home

[NI5174] Mentioned in will of William Childress who married Betty Nuckols 1767. Wi ll dated 1833 "Then on motion of SPOTSWOOD CHILDRESS, an executor herein named who ma de oath according to law and together with BENJAMIN NUCHOLS his security e ntered into and acknowledged a bond in penalty of $2500. " Goochland Co, VA Bk29 p137  Indenture 27 July 1818  Mary Toler, Sally Toler, Benjamin Nucko ls and Elizabeth his wife, Adam Toler and  Elizabeth his wife all of Gooch land Co. for the sum of $9 sell to Jane Toler wife of William Toler a parc el of land in Goochland Co. Witnesses, Alex Payne, Will Gray and Edwin Wat kins. Bk 29 p472  20 Oct 1832  indenture from Benjamin Nuckols (son of William J r.) to Reuben Shepherd, both of Goochland Co., for a parcel of land on Tuc kahoe Creek (map included) for $20. DECEASED  Nuckols, Benj. YEAR  [1858]. NOTE  Date of death: June 2, 1858. NOTE  Place of death: Goochland County. NOTE  Source of Information: Goochland County, 1858, page 25. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Goochland County DECEASED  Maria. YEAR  [1857]. NOTE  Slave. NOTE  Date of death: c1857. NOTE  Place of death: Goochland County. NOTE  Source of Information: Goochland County, 1857, page 21. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Goochland County. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Benj., owner. DECEASED  Clarissa. YEAR  [1857]. NOTE  Slave. NOTE  Date of death: February 1857. NOTE  Place of death: Goochland County. NOTE  Source of Information: Goochland County, 1857, page 21. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Goochland County. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Benj., owner.

[NI5176] DECEASED  Nuckols, Geo. P. YEAR  [1886]. NOTE  Date of death: June 10, 1886. NOTE  Place of death: Dover District. NOTE  Source of Information: Goochland County, 1886, page 123. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Goochland County.

[DI5176] Name: «tab»Geo. P. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»25 Nov 1886 Death Place: «tab»Dover District, Goochland, Virginia Age: «tab»70 Birth Date: «tab»1816 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland County Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»Betsy Nuckols Father's Name: «tab»Ben Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Elizabeth Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07001-9 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2056981 Reference Number: «tab»122/49 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X51C-S59 : accessed 7 April 2012), Geo. P. Nuckols (1816).

[DI5177] Name: «tab»Martha Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»01 Jul 1877 Death Place: «tab»Dover District, Goochland, Virginia Age: «tab»53 Birth Date: «tab»1824 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»Geo. P. Nuckols Father's Name: «tab»Wm. Crowford Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Sarah Crawford Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07001-9 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2056981 Reference Number: «tab»87 31 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X51H-FQV : accessed 7 April 2012), Martha Nuckols (1824).

[NI5180] 1900 United States Federal Census Record Name: Bettie Knckols Home in 1900: Byrd, Goochland, Virginia Age: 70 Estimated birth year: 1830 Birthplace: Virginia Race: White Relationship to head-of-house: Sister Silas Spicer, head, 8/1843,57 single VA VA VA Bettie Knuckles, sister, 4/1830,70 widow, 2/2 VA VA VA Carey Spicer, sister, 1/1834, 66, single Dotty Spicer, sister, 6/1840, 60, single (Or Patti) Julia Spicer, Sister, 8/1859, 40, single Mary Fleming, niece, 10/1881, 18, single Elie Fleming, niece, 11/1891 1910 Census  Lillian E Flemming, h/h 77 Wd Elizabeth F Nuckols SIL 80 Wd Caroloine J Spicer SIL 75 Single Patty L Spicer SIL 60 single Female Spirce SIL age 53, single

[NI5185] This is said to be Charles J Nuckols in the CW records Enlisted as a Private on 22 August 1863 Enlisted in Company K, 4th Cavalry Regiment Virginia on 22 August       18 63. Absent on 14 October 1863 (Absent on horse detail) Wounded on 15 September 1864 (Estimated day, wounded in right  breast) Hospitalized on 20 September 1864 at Charlottesville, VA Hospl (Estimat ed day) Paroled on 15 April 1865 at Farmville, VA (Estimated day)

[NI5186] The Charleston Daily Mail Charleston West Virginia 18 April 1937 Mrs C I Nuckols of Mannington VA, mother of A M Nuckols of this city di ed at her home Tuesday. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon in M annington  and burial followed in a cemetery there. Besides Mr Nuckols, s he is survived by the following children: C I Nuckols of Huntington; E I N uckols of Richmond Va; Mrs St Clair of Shortpump VA; Mrs I M Johnson and M rs Harry Nuckols of Mannington. One grandson, Charles Nuckols of Russel l, Ky also survives.

[NI5187] Must have been missed in the 190o Census.

[NI5188] Informant on husbands death sert, spelled her name Sarilda Mrs. Nuckols is a native of Boone County, Mo. She was left an orphan wh en she was a very small child, and she was reared and educated by Mrs. Zer ilda Farris. [That is Zerelda J. Bell Farris wife of James Farris] Text: p. 525 Title: History of Howard and Cooper Counties, Missouri, written and compil ed from the most authentic official and private sources, including a histo ry of its townships, towns and villages, together with a condensed histo ry of Missouri, Publication: St. Louis: National Historical Company, 1883 URL: http://www.rootsweb.com/~mocooper/CooperBitsBio.htm URL: ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/mo/howard/bios/

[BI5191] Name: «tab»Susan G. Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»15 Jul 1853 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Geo. P. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Martha B. Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00211-6 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046932 Reference Number: «tab»p 13 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5V8-3ZL : accessed 6 April 2012), Susan G. Nuckolls (1853).

[NI5192] Census Place:Licking Hole, Goochland, Virginia 1880 Source:FHL Film 1255368  National Archives Film T9-1368     Page 31 8C Alonso W. ...SelfMMW28VAOcc:LaborerFa: VAMo: VA Georgietta ...WifeFMW25VAFa: VAMo: VA ... ...DauFSW5VAFa: VAMo: VA

[NI5193] DECEASED  Nuckols, Luther. YEAR  [1859]. NOTE  Date of death: September 1859. NOTE  Place of death: Goochland County. NOTE  Source of Information: Goochland County, 1859, page 30. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Goochland County

[BI5193] ame: «tab»Luther P. Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»09 Aug 1855 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Geo. P. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Martha B. Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00211-6 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046932 Reference Number: «tab»p 23 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5V6-8ZY : accessed 6 April 2012), Luther P. Nuckolls (1855).

[XI5194] Name: Melvin W. Nuckols Age: 80 Section/Lot: 26-163 DOI: Aug 30, 1938 Last Residence: Goochland Co, VA

[NI5195] Appears on page 266 First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred Book II #745 Moved from Virgina to Neveda (to learn sheepherding from an uncle) to Cod y, WY. They probably homesteaded together between 1880 and 1900. My g-gra nd father returned to St. Louis, MO in 1900, married (Mary King), had a co uple kids and returned to Cody in time for the 1910 Census. My grandmoth er (Ella May Nuckols) went to school with Bill Cody's daughter Agnes. We h ave a picture of Agnes in our family photos. I wondered what life was li ke for them - having heard about the hostility of cattlemen towards shee p. Paula Archer alseave@casco.net Story from Paula Archer 10/2005 Napoleon moved from Virgina to Missouri, to stay with his brother, Powhat an for a while.  Eventually his two younger brothers joined him and they w ent to Nevada with Lee St. Claire (brother of William Benjamin's wife, Eli zabeth St. Claire) to "be cowboys" (my grandma's words and to learn sheeph erding. They probably homesteaded together between 1880 and 1900. My g-grand fath er returned to Virginia to marry the girl he had left behind, only to fi nd she had married someone else.  He returned to WY and became ill.  He ne eded to have his appendix removed and there where no facilities in WY f or that kind of an operation.  He took a stage to Billings, MT and caug ht a train back to Cooper County.  Took a stage from there to St. Louis a nd had his appendix removed.  His nurse during his recovery was Mary Kin g.  He married her in 1900 and they left for WY as soon as weather would p ermit.  She was pregnant and whether it was the strains of the pregnan cy or the culture shock of going from St. Louis to the fronteer, Mary wasn 't doing well.  She begged Pole to take her back to her family.  He sold h is part of the sheephearding business and took her pack to St. Louis.  The re first daughter was born there, but she was stillborn or died soon afte r.  Pole bought a farm in the Mountain Grove area of MO.  They had two mo re daughters, Josephine and Ella May.  Mary began to have mental proble ms and asked Pole to take her back to WY where she was sure she would do b etter.  He sold the farm and they returned to Cody in 1910,  and he boug ht another farm.  Mary continued to have "episodes" and ended up being adm itted to the state hospital in 1911.  Sometime after that, Napoleon sel ls  his farm and takes his girls back to Clinton, Texas, Missouri, where t hey show up on the 1920 and 1930 censuses.  Mary Nuckols shows up on the 1 920 & 1930 censuses, as a patient at the Wyoming state hospital.  She is b uried in the hospital graveyard, in Evanston.

[BI5196] Name: «tab»Chesterfield L. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»24 Feb 1864 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Geo. P. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Martha B. Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00211-6 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046932 Reference Number: «tab»p 84 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5V6-532 : accessed 6 April 2012), Chesterfield L. Nuckols (1864).

[DI5198] CADI Mary E Nuckols age 61, spouse WB died Orange Co, CA 7/23/1928

[NI5204] WWI Draft Registration 1916-1918 Gussie Thomas Nuckols res Daviess Co, Owensboro, KY Age 34 born June 12 1884 Self emp farmer; Kin-Abra Nuckols med height, med build,blue eyes, dk brown hair Signed Gussie Thomas Nuckols Sep 12 1918

[NI5205] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Gus T Nuckols Jr Birth Year: 1917 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Kentucky State: Alaska Enlistment Date: 21 May 1942 Enlistment State: Indiana Enlistment City: Evansville 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: 2 years of high school Civil Occupation: Geographer Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 70 Weight: 133

[NI5209] Lake County Record Bee (Lakeport, CA) - October 7, 2006 Deceased Name: Vena Louise Nuckols Ross Born in Camp, AR, on Aug. 24, 1920, Vena Louise was loved by all who kn ew her. She was often called "Mom" or "Grandma" by her "Heart Family" th at she adopted where ever she lived. Her name, Vena, means Angel and she w as truly an angel on earth. She spent her years enjoying her hobbies of ph otography, genealogy, flower arranging, volunteer work and raising her thr ee children. The true love of her life, however, was her beloved husba nd of 44 years, Cecil Marcellus Ross, who preceded her in death. Vena Loui se Nuckols Ross went home to be with the Lord and Cecil on Sept. 26, 2006. She is survived by her three children, Marvin (wife Jan) Ross, Vena (VJ) R oss and Charolette (husband David) Anderson; three grandchildren, Christin a, Richard, and James; two great-grandchildren; and various other family m embers and friends.A memorial celebration of her 86 years will be he ld on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2006, at Chapel of the Lakes on High Street in La keport at 1 p.m.

[DI5214] Name: «tab»Mildred Overton Nuckols Wilson Death Date: «tab»30 Mar 1943 Death Place: «tab»Houston, Harris, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»white Death Age: «tab»60 years 9 months 20 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»10 Jun 1882 Birthplace: «tab»La Grange, Texas Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»Levy E Wilson Father's Name: «tab»E.O. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Housewife Place of Residence: «tab»Cisco, Texas 4614 San Juanito, 2 months Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Cisco, Texas Burial Date: «tab»31 Mar 1943 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2137251 Digital Film Number: «tab»4030116 Image Number: «tab»442 Reference Number: «tab»cn 12636 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JXTW-X4K : accessed 6 May 2012), E.O. Nuckols in entry for Mildred Overton Nuckols Wilson, 1943.

[NI5216] Poss the Virgie Nuckols in news 7/21/1906 of Cleburn who returned from vis iting her cousin Miss Lola Nuckols. Lola not known , poss Lois dau of h er uncle Luther

[DI5216] Daughter of E. L. Nuckols, born Virginia, and Euginia Hill, born Texas. She was a housewife, 67 years old, widowed, and a resident of Cisco, Texas for the past 5 months when she died. Informant was Joe H. Cason; burial was September 18, 1951. E. T. Thomas was in charge of arrangements. (Texas death certificate# 46339)

[NI5218] No Headline (Advertisement) Date: 1921-02-12; Paper: Fort Worth Star-Telegram 640 acres Northeast New Mexico, Union County, Ule Creek Valley 2 miles ea st of Nara Visa Rock Island Railroad, 25 miles north of Logan on same roa d, 25 miles east of Monquero on El Paso and Southwestern Gallegos postoffi ce. Tri-weekly mail , sandy land, practically level, good grass, 49 acr es in farm. Windmill and tank. Excellent water. All fenced, 3 room shac k, barn and stable for work horses and milk cows. Sure crops. Same gra de of land and crop conditions as exists in Donley County about hed...Near ly settled and to great extent undeveloped. New oil developments. One we ll 12 miles from this land. Want $10 per acre for farm proposition but res erve one half oil ---shes. Wrtie to W E Nuckols, Cleburne Tx Rt 1

[NI5223] The Orange County Register Saturday June 30, 2001 Eugene Overton Nuckols, 92, of El Cajon, formerly of Fountain Valley, died June 6 2001, of pulmonary disease.  Arrangements by Telophase Cremation Society, Garden Grove. Survivors:  Wife, Mary; daughters, Susan Mc Mann, Mary Curtis, Hazel Wiley; sister, Virginia Gilman; five grandchildren ,; five great-grandchildren.

[NI5225] Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997 Date of Birth: 19 Jul 1914 Birth County: Johnson Mother's name: Sam Nuckols Certificate Number: 23315 Roll Number: 1914_0007 Arcadia Tribune Arcadia California 14 April 1936 Event attended by Mr and Mrs Roland Nuckols Name:    Nuckols, Roland Bis County:    Jackson Death Date:    12 Mar 1984 Certificate:    84-04635 Birth Date:    19 Jul 1914 Spouse:    Patric Oregon Death Index, 1903-98 Name: Roland Nuckols SSN: 555-07-8832 Last Residence: 94510  Benicia, Solano, California, United States of Ameri ca Born: 19 Jul 1914 Died: Mar 1984 State (Year) SSN issued: California (Before 1951 )

[NI5226] Mothers maiden name was Kenworth Her mother and father were both deaf. Twins run one of their families b ut I don't know which line. Her mother's maiden name is Kenworthy and father's surname was Mortimer (s p?). I do not know their first names. They both died before 1966 Patricia 's parents were unable to care for her and she was shuffled beween homes ( Family or Church ??, I do not know). I believe she lived most of her li fe in Los Angeles County, CA or possibly was born (Cleburn, TX). She marri ed Roland Bishop Nuckols and moved to Medford, OR in the late 1960's fr om South Gate, CA. She moved back from OR She passed away 10/13/1995 in Or ange County, California.If you have any reference, please contact me at wi replus3@yahoo.com. Patricia Adele Mortimer married Roland Bishop Nuckols in Pala CA 1934 (S an Diego County?) Patricia's mother was Averilla (or Avrilla) Kenworthy - possibly born in M ichigan? 1818? - died about 1924 at 43 years old of TB. Pat was 9 years o ld when she died (source Jacqueline (Nuckols) Penning-dau of Pat). If anyo ne has her in their tree please let me know.Patricia's father was Wilfr ed Christ Mortimer. He lost his hearing from sun stroke. Attended a deaf s chool in Colorado or Utah. He worked on his uncles ranch for about 11 y rs then migrated to Los Angeles, CA. He met Avrila at the Deaf Club. Avri la was the music director at the club.After Averilla's death, Patricia we nt to live with two Quaker Aunts, Aunt Matti Billings and Aunt Mary Reynol ds. Mary Reynolds dau Elizabeth Carlton (was cousin & friend to Patricia ) lives in Oakland, CA presently.

[NI5230] Tri-weekly Miner's Register, Central City, Colorado, Sept 19, 1862 Issue 24 Col B From Salmon River-Letter from C Nuckolls Category-Letter to the editor. Mormom Fort, Washington Territory, July 13, 1862 We reached this place on Friday last. It is situated on Salmon River, about thirty miles above the two main forks, and is the end of all wagon roads in the direction of the gold fields. It was built by the Mormons in 1853, and abandoned by them in 1857, on account of Indian hostilities. It is situated in a lovely valley, the soil of which looks productive. Beyond is one continuous mountain, difficult to travel even with mules, and mostly destitute of timber. Our trip thus far has been tedious. We have been sixty-two days in reaching here. We were detained at Snake River fifteen days, and then drove from there- a distance of 175 miles- in five days, being the second train in- Mssrs Weaver, Chestnut & Co, Lawson, Taylor & Co, twelve teams from Central City, having preceeded us fifteen days. When they arrived , the only inhabitant they found here was a Frenchman, who had arrived a few days before, to start a trading post here. We have had a pleasant trip thus far, with the exception of mosquitos, gallinippers, and buffalo gnats. It would be impossible for me to describe how annoying these insects are. My ears and neck are one continuous scab, from being bitten by them. It is impossible to imagine the disappointment of our party at learning, on our arrival here, that it is 325 miles to the Florence mines, 200 miles to Slate Creek, and 175 miles to Elk City and Deer Lodge mines. Not one of the party supposed it was over 50 or 75 miles to the most remote of these localities, and all expected to reach there with their wagons. Ten or fifteen of the party which preceded us packed from here, and traveled 150 miles down the river. They met a prospecting party from Florence, who reported rich diggings ahead- that they had found gulches that paid fifty cents to the pan. On hearing this report, we all commenced making pack-saddles, and yesterday sixty of the party left. Tomorrow over 100 more will leave for Deer Lodge and Slate Creek. The parties are all disbanded, and it is every man for himself-Crutcher, Aimslee, Thompson, Dr Click & Co, go over toward Bitter Root Valley. Hill, and six or eight of his men with Chestnut & Co, are going over to Carson Valley, via Salt Lake. They have already taken the back track. I expect before this time next month, there will be another Pike's Peak stampede. Four hundred persons who ascended the Missouri river to the Yellow Stone by steamboat are within 150 miles of here-afoot and in destitute circumstances. There are no farms nearer than Bitter Root Valley-200 miles. There are no provisions here to sell; though it is reported that twelve Mormon teams are between here and Snake Creek, loaded with flour. Twenty-five Blackhead Indians came in yesterday, nearly starved, and shot and ate a horse (the fattest in the herd) belonging to De Huff. This raised an excitement; the Indians were all taken into custody, and came near being shot. The matter was finally compromised by their giving DeHuff two ponies for the horse they had eaten. They left, however, in a bad humor, making threats; and stole four mules last night from a camp below us. Anticipating trouble, we shall travel in large squads. Three or four men were shot or drowned at Snake River, and between here and there. The only one I know was Lum Post-brother of Charlie Post of Central City. He was drowned after we left, by the boat upsetting. I am determined to examine the country all over, thoroughly, before I return to Colorado. Jack Hill and I will pack together. Emmett will remain here and trade until I return. I have provisions for 40 or 50 days. I will pack on a small mule and ride my pony. Nine-tenths of the men walk and lead their pack mules. They sell wagons for anything they can get. Twenty pounds of flour will buy the pick out of fifty wagons. Bacon sells readily for $1 per pound. A man from Iowa arrived today with 1000 pounds of bacon sides for which he got $1000 in less than an hour. Sugar and coffee are worth here 75 cents per pound. As soon as I learn anything reliable in regard to the mines I will write you. I send this by returning pilgrims. In case this country proves a humbug, I think most of our Pike's Peakers will go to Oregon. Several women are here. You would laugh to see them mounted on a pack or walking and leading a mule.  Emigrants throw away all surplus property. There are four hundred teams between here and Snake River. I committed a great blunder in not bringing anything with me to sell. Send my letters and papers to Salt Lake City. There is talk of running a pony express to that point from here, provided we escape a stampede. The distance is four hundred miles. April 15«sup»th«/sup» is our latest newspaper dates. George Sayre, Storms, McLean and others go with us. We start early tomorrow morning.  C NUCKOLLS Tri-weekly Miner's Register, Central City, Colorado, Sept 22, 1862 Issue 25, Col A Interesting Letters From Salmon River Elk City-Washington Terr, Aug 8, 1862 My last letter was written at Fort Lemhi; I believe just as we were about starting for the mines. It was an amusing sight to see our party, seventy-five in number, equipped for the journey. Some had an idea that a mule could pack as much as a wagon could hold up, and packed all over, fastening wooden buckles, camp kettles, and frying pans to the animals neck or tail. Others thought it was only necessary to throw sacks across the mules backs without lashing. Three days travel satisfied all of their errors, after which we moved along finely. «tab»The day after we left Ft Lemhi, about fifty others, similarly equipped followed. Hill, of Gregory Point, with eight of his passengers, having seen Salmon River, returned, intending to to go Carson Valley. Four or five Denver teams accompanied him. Col. McClain, Maj Brookle, Judge Smith, Capt Smith, Mr Goodrich, and family, with their company, concluded to lie over until something was heard from below. The rest of us packed through, arriving at Elk City in 16 days. All walked the entire distance, except five of us, who were so fortunate as to have ponies to ride. Many of the boys suffered much from sore feet, and complained bitterly of the trail being very steep, mountainous, and rocky. «tab»I have now been here two weeks, and have visited the mines at Florence, South Clearwater, and American River. The Florence mines are the only ones that pay in this country. They are so small, not over one thousand men can get into them to work. From $3 to $5 per day diggings are found around this place, but they are not extensive; and if they were it would hardly justify a man working in them, as they can only be worked about four months in the year, owing to the shortness of the season.      Florence is located in a basin on the mountain, near the center of the diggings. The entire circumference of the mines is not over five miles. It has a population of one thousand to fifteen hundred people, and something over 100 buildings. There were perhaps 1,000 persons there last October. These persons wintered there, and most of them secured good claims. Many of the claims yielded ten, twenty-forty and even sixty pounds per day. Winter closed in, and mining ceased until May. Perhaps 20,000 men have visited these mines this summer, finding all the claims owned and worked. They would prospect a few weeks finding nothing, and return, mostly to Oregon and California. This pocket of gold is of poor quality, worth only $12 per ounce. It appears to be from decomposed quartz, and is not wash gold as many suppose. It is found in loose gravel. No pick is required to spade it up.      Elk City is on American River, is two or three months older than Florence, yet not quite so large. A great excitement was gotten up here about the 1«sup»st«/sup» of June and thousands rushed in, only to meet disappointment. It is said the excitement was gotten up by Florence merchants, in order to sell outfits at a high price. It contains six stores, two hotels, two Express offices, eight gambling houses, two blacksmith shops, three butcher shops, and two auction houses. Rich mines may yet be discovered and the town prove  a success, but I would not like to take the buildings at cost with the lots thrown in. There are between two and three thousand persons here, camping, prospecting, and mining. It is sixty miles from here to Florence, and 125 miles to Lewiston, on Snake River; which is the --- of navigation. Goods are all packed on mules and ponies, both to Florence and this place, over very high and steep mountains, and are sold low enough, viz; flour, salt, bacon, Coffee, sugar…..      The next mining town of importance is Oro F…. It is situated eighty miles southeast of Nes Perces country. There are about 1000 men in and around these mines, some of whom are making $5 and even $10 per day. Reports of rich dis---ervices 40 miles north of Oro Fino have come in, and many persons are going that way. Among the Pike's Peakers leaving for that place are Mssrs Young, Crampon, Jack Saul, Barney & Co. Reports of rich diggings in Deer Lodge, 250 miles east and north of here, have come in, but none of our boys seem willing to travel that distance on the trail we come down. Many of the Pike's Peakers are resting stock, intending in a few weeks to go to Oregon and California; among the number, …, Browne, Toner, Swift, & Co, Col Morgan, Wilson, Davis, King, DeHuff, and party have gone to Oregon. Friend and Sayre are keeping a rancho. Douglas & Co had all gone on to where provisions are cheaper. In fact, out of 155 of us camped together on Red River, only three men obtained work or had any prospect of it. Jack Hill got a job of laying m…ed brick, George Shaw was employed as a butcher, V… obtained through the influence of an old acquaintance, a situation as superintendent of a train of pack mules. Sam Hackley, James Crutcher, Ainslee Thompson & Co are mining on South Clearwater, with poor success. Californians and Oregonians have pretty much all gone back, and my impression is that many from Colordao wish themselves back; but coming here is quite different from emigrating from the States to Central City. Here you have two or three hundred miles over a mountain trail, unsettled, and filled with hostile Indians, no matter which direction you travel. I expect to leave in a few days for Deer Lodge, thence to Fort Benton, thence down the Missouri River, and back to Central City. Some four or five persons have been murdered here and Fort Owens, by the Indians, and many that would perhaps return by this route, will be afraid to do so.  Truly yours, C Nuckolls. Great Salt Lake City, Sept 10, 1862 Here I am, comfortably quartered in Room No. 18, Salt Lake House, in the heart of the City of Saints, commonly called Mormons. I find them like other people. They eat, talk, and act just like people do in the States. They appear more industrious, have better cultivated farms, raise more grain to the acre, and have more orchards. Peaches, apples, melons, plums etc are more plentiful than I have ever seen in any country. IN fact, everything is in full bloom here. The farmer smiles as he looks over his beautiful wheat and oat field-the steady old Welchman, Englishman, or Norwegian wears a countenance of contentment and prosperity not characteristic with this class of people. Everything is plentiful, and such bountiful crop has never been harvested in the valley. Salt Lake City is a lovely place and contains some as fine buildings as can be found in any sity East or West. However, I did not sit down to write you about Salt Lake, and will stop that subject. When I wrote you from Elk City, I then expected to return by way of Deer Lodge and Fort Benton. I left Elk City a few days after writing you, and from the exaggerated Indian stories of murdering, etc, was able to obtain but one traveling companion. Other parties wished to come but were afraid. Not being very brave myself, I felt no desire to winter there or go into Oregon. I concluded to leave, and arrived at Ft Owen, 150 miles without any trouble. On the trail to Owen, I met 25 packers from Fort Benton who had come up the Missouri river. They were from St Louis, and Bloomington, ILL, and informed me that I would not be likely to find a Boat there, as nearly all the Boat Emigration had returned from Deer Lodge, and there being a full load, the Boat would leave before her advertised time.(10«sup»th«/sup» Sept). At Owens, Imet Mr Valle of St Louis, who gave me the same information. I met here a man from Salt Lake with 8 fat ponies, wanting to go to Snake River Forey, who proposed is we would go along he would cut across the mountains and down Beaver Head and the Three Buttes to Snake River, and thereby keep away from Salmon River, where we knew the Snake Indians were fishing and had driven all the Emigrants off. We were soon mounted on wild fast ponies, traveling 50 miles per day thro valleys, over Rocky Mountains and Timber. Three or four days satisfied me he knew nothing of the country, and that we were lost. On we went, traveling day, and sometimes night (3 of us) and for five days more did we move on and finally struck Salmon River. We were halted by a band of 10 or 15 Indians and escorted two miles down the river to Ft Lemhi, the very place we wished to avoid. This place, which was bustle and stir 6 or 8 weeks ago when we left it, was now deserted, except by about 150 or 200 Snake Indians, Squaws and children, who were drying and putting up salmon for winter use.      One hundred and fifty or two hundred wagons stood around, some end up, some burnt, and many in good order, just as the owners left them. Harnesses, camp kettles, tin cans, trunks, and every article usually hauled in wagons, was thrown around and strange to say, almost every article was rendered useless by the hands of the owners before leaving. This was done in order that no one should receive benefit from them without renumeration. We made ourselves at home and camped with the Indians, got them to herd our stock, and in general, played the "Big Indian heap." We passed ourselves off as bearers of dispatches from John Grant to their Great Father. Having two or three hundred letters with me, I made free in showing them and impressing on their minds I was a man of some important. I have no doubt this fact alone saved our animals, if not our scalps. In the morning finding all safe we were soon mounted and that night 75 miles divided us. Oh and we went, making snake River in 3 1/2 days, 130 miles. As a token of remembrance we found a large number of "gray backs" which we brought away from Lemhi without consent, and would have readily returned them, free of charge, had we an opportunity. At snake River we were told it was dangerous for a small party to proceed, as several have been murdered, and the Indians were hostile everywhere and that day themselves, (ferrymen and traders, both at snake River, and Fort Nuff, 18 miles beyond) who had grown gray in this country, expected to pull out aches in a few days, and leave for Bear River settlements. Having kept my hair together, (that is, all matted together,) so far, I concluded rather than loose up a portion of it, to quietly wait for company. I hear learned that about 1000 wagons had crossed here for Salmon River mines, and half as many since had come here and gone on down, some following snake River, and others taking Sublets' in Humboldt, and then to Carson Valley or California. Of the 1000 teams that have crossed, 500 have gone on down to snake River on the north side to Fort -----, some intending to pack from there, 200 miles, over into the Nes Perces mines and others going on down to Powder and John Day River mines, which are said to be paying very well. Of the other 500 teams, 300 had gone to Fort Lemhi, on Salmon River, thrown away their wagons, and tracked on, and 200 had gone direct from Snake River to Deer Lodge. Almost all who passed Deer Lodge got on Mallin's US wagon road to Walla Walla and Oregon. On the first day and hour of arrival some 20 trains came, one party mostly from Colorado. In the party where Mr. Davenport and family, two other families from Russell's Gulch, JesseJorea, Mr's Blair, Thatcher, Murphy, Sullivan, Dick Johnson, Davidson, Brewer, Dr. Corning, Cornell, Riddle, Lopez and brothers, Purcell, Collins, Sherry, and others, all from around central….. all decided not to cross, but to turn around and go to Carson Valley on the next day. The emigrants escort of 12 wagons, 85 men, and 137 mules under charge of Capt. Crawford U S A Q M, got in, having in company 80 wagons of immigrants, pass or more of them were new Yorkers, all bound for Salmon River.     Capt. Crawford, on learning I was at this ferry, came down and requested I should get, in his ambulance and ride to his camp, as his company were undecided and wished me to give them all the information I could. For his part, he was decidedly in favor of going on down the snake River and keeping out of Salmon River country. Had I not met many persons with whom I was acquainted, I should have felt some delicacy in advising so large a train either pro or con Salmon River. For two days, I think I must have answered 20,000 questions and told the same thing over as often as 300 times. Nevertheless I feared-------- while in the Capt.'s quarters. A more gentlemanly officer I never met. He was spoken well of by his troops as well as all the emigrants. The following day 35 teams came under the lead of Capt. Campbell and Reagan. They were from Omaha, Nebraska, Iowa, and Missouri. I recognize Mr. Smith of Omaha, Mr. Reagan and -----, also Capt. Hollins, formerly a Capt. of one of the companies in the Nebraska --- who redesigned last spring on account of ill health, and check for his better half the modest and ladylike daughter of Samuel Ali..Esq of M--- company, who accompanied him. Imagine 150 teams of immigrants 1000 miles from home, undecided where to go; and if they had a preference, afraid to go, unless in large parties, and you have just such a crowd as we had here. Fortunately for me, however, ten packers happened to come in from Deer Lodge. Among the number was William Hickman of Salt Lake (more familiarly known as Bill Hickman, the Mormons destroying Angel;) Also Judge NG. Wyatt, of Denver, who told the same tale that I told them, and even more -- that the mines in Deer Lodge were all a sell -- that not $100 had ever been taken out of those mines. After three days par---ing Capt. Crawford, with the escort, traveled out down Snake River. All but 31 teams followed him. Those 31 teams concluded to go to Salt Lake, thence to Humboldt and Carson Valley. Some four teams started back by way of Ferry, came into our camp all shot to pieces by the Indians, she had crawled to miles on his hands. We took two arrows out of his side. They were two bullet holes through him. He was regarded, around Denver, as a "tough cuss", and I should judge he is, if he survives his present wounds. About noon a man by the name of McDonald, from Salt Lake, came in on foot and reported that the Bannock's had attacked him in Melad Valley and robbed him of everything that he had. He had walked three days and nights without food. There were 2000 warriors Bannock and Melad Valleys who said no more whites should pass along the road. This fact, with the warning before, made as all feel often on top of our heads to see that our scalps were all right. A party of six was murdered 15 miles from here eight days before; and from Mr. Casinay I learn they were from Colorado. Their names Were Frank Sessions, Rufus, Mitchell, James Steele, David R. Whiteman, (who had a card from Sioux City Lodge of Mas-rs; the fifth man was supposed to be McMahon or McMante, a brick mason from Denver. Others say Parmlee, blacksmith from Russell's Gulch. One or the other will have to prove himself alive to convince them in that buried them of their error. Their graves are near the roadside. They were all killed with buckshot and one is suppose white men (or white, in color but hearts as dark as the dungeons of hell) had something to do with the murder. A mule train of 12 wagons from Illinois were attacked 20 miles below here near American Falls. Six of their men were killed. Every hoof of stock and loading taken off and the wagons burned on August 15. On 18 August an ox train of some 18 wagons passed along unmolested, kindly taking in the unfortunate ones found on the road. In four days all made ready to start to this place. And Hollins was elected captain of the emigrants teams (20) and William Hickman Capt. of Mormon Ferryman And Traders teams. We Out a strong guard and kept pickets posted four or 5 miles off. All the way to Bayer River Indiana were seen, through Bannock and Melad valleys; but they dared not come into camp or hear us. A riding at Bear River, (80 miles north of the city) we found some 30 or 35 persons arriving from where they had been attacked, 40 miles west of that place. From them I gathered the following facts: that a company of the 11 wagons from Warren  County Iowa, had started to Salmon mines or California. A riding at snake River they concluded to take Sublet's cut-off for California, via Humboldt. On 25 August, and within 10 miles of the junction of the two roads, and some 40 or 50 miles west of Bear River, they were attacked in the morning by some 20 Indians, who fired volley after volley in their corral, until all the stock except two cows and two oxen were out. The stock was all driven off and the Indians left the towels and yoke of oxen. These were hitched up and a small amount of provisions put in the wagon with the small children. They proceeded on 10 miles, when they were again attacked, and all with this time taken, and the whole party left destitute. Four of the men left and arrived At Bear River settlement, and four teams were immediately dispatched with provisions for the unfortunate people, by the Mormons. The party consisted of James Lynch, Jonathan Smith and family, John Lewis and Buchanan Smiths and families, Elijah Shaw and family, John Ball, Thomas Ball, and Fritz Hermann. Both John and Thomas Ball were killed; also Fritz Hermann, Mrs. Shaw and little girl three years old. The balance of the men were all crippled, more or less, but will probably recover. John A. Smith was shot through the fleshy part of both legs, and screamed in much pain. Lynch was shot on the side of his face; Mr. Smith shot through the breast. There were 12 children along, under 10 years of age, and a more destitute and pitiful sight it was never my misfortune to behold. Cast ashore here, on the banks of civilization, penniless, without friends, among a class of people whose means -- however liberal they may be -- are very h---d, is indeed hard -- very hard. When will this treacherous work of death by the infereal Redskins cease? A promising young man by the name of Baily from Leavenworth, was shot, on Green River, while fishing, and instantly kill. I might record a half dozen more similar outrages, but treated him you have read enough.      On the death of Scott, from Central City, at the hands Of Young, you have doubtless heard, Young was found guilty of murder, and had his own choice of the mode of execution. He preferred being shot. 12 men with guns were selected -- six loaded with balls and six with blank cartridges. All fired at once.      I walked down to the emigrants corral this evening and found five or six immigrant teams here from Colorado who had concluded it was too late and turns in here either to winter, or proceed on to Carson Valley or California. I must say I have seen more immigrants this season going they know not whither, then in all my life before.      Interesting dispatches from the seat of war in for Jamie and are arriving here. There  seems to be but little interest felt at home in regards to the war. Sam H. Jones and Maj. Kerr of Denver left here this morning for that city. I expect to be in a day or two and will probably be in Central city about 20«sup»th«/sup» inst. president Yong is now absent visiting the settlements south of here. This city is the most quiet and orderly city I was ever in money is very scarce -- everything else abundant. Yours truly, C. Nuckolls Mills Co, IA Minute Book "A". Receipts can be anything from Jury duty to bounty for wolf scalps. 2/28/1860 C Nuckolls $10.00 5/19/1860 C Nuckolls #50.00 5/19/1860 C Nuckolls $51.00 5/19/1860 C Nuckolls $44.94 (Copies scanned to CD) Columbus Nuckolls, was the first Treasurer of the Colorado Territory and the State of Colorado The Daily Miner's Register Central City, Co April 1, 1866 Issue 217 Col B Our sandy baired friend, Columbus Nuckolls, County Treasurer, a few days since has since sent a note of inquiry to Governor Cummings, in relation to the paying of the First Regiment, Colorado Militia, to which he received the following reply-which will be quite gratifying to the brave boys who volunteered into that regiment. Denver Colorado March 27, 1866 Hon C Nuckolls-Sir Your com---  to Gov Cummings in regard to auditing the accounts of the late First Colorado Mounted Militia, was this day referred to me to answer. I have the honor to inform you that said accounts have already been added and are now being co--- for the --- of the term --- author. In the course of one week I have no doubt the matter will be ready to draw warrents on the Territorial Treasurer oer conditions of the Military Act. Signed Lewis N Tappan, Ad'j Gen of Colordao The Daily Miner's Register Central City, Co April 23, 1867 Issue 231 Col B We understand that a certain prominent Democrat in town, whose name is Columbus Nuckolls, has been attempting to frighten Mr Buell, our able and efficient Postmaster. In plain words he has threatened to have Mr Buell removed if he does not comply with the usurption which the Democracy are attempting to force upon the city. We are very happy to say that Mr Nuckolls has waked up the wrong man. Mr Buell is not to be driven from the strict path of duty by any such threats. He is in the right way, and knows it, and will not cringe before such a man as Columbus Nuckolls. The Democracy might as well understand that they have the Tenure of Office bill in the way. Mr Buell cannot be removed without the sonsent of the Senate, and when that is obtained perhaps Mr Nuckolls will know it. We commend to Mr Nuckolls a careful perusal of that law, and inform him with pleasure that Mr Buell is not a man who will prostitute honor, right, and duty to a love of office. The Democrats may rage, but Mr Buell cannot be removed, and will not be bullied by any one, most especially by the "signal officer" of the last Legislature. The Daily Miner Register Central city Colorado Saturday, February 22, 1868 issue 179 column B. the minor says that one shaft on the Nuckolls load is 85 feet deep, and that most of the way it has to through a body of urgentferous and sulfide silver ore, the crevice being 5 feet in width and the ore two. An open surface cut has been made along the lode for a considerable body of ore. The last run of nearly 2 tons gave an average assay of nearly $430 in silver to the team. From the same paper we gleen at the following: D. Brown ---- has reached the lode. Monday last day had passed through 22 feet of crevice and still the north wall had not been reached. Think of this….. History of Denver, Evansville, IN Unigraphic 1971 Denvers Pioneer Schools pg 738 IN 1867 Columbus Nuckolls became Territorial Treasurer and School Superintendent. He tried to bring order out of disorder but with indifferent success. His first report to the Legislature was the only one worthy even the name, that had been made up to that time. Supt Walker left no records of the little progress that was made during his term, nor were there any of much value made by his successor. Few of the counties made any reports to the Territory and but little information concerning Arapahoe County is of record subsequent to Curtice's administartion. IN his report Nuckolls said. " I would also state that several counties have never, even when requested, informed the Superintendent of Public Instruction who w as or who had been County Superintendent, and that it is not yet known h im whether there is any responsible county organization." ........ County Assessment (News) P. M. Martin, County Clerk, C. Nuckolls, County T reasurer.       Daily Central City Register (Central City, CO) Friday, June 18, 1869; Issue 278; col B Public notice is hereby given................. P M Martin, Clunty Clerk C Nuckolls, County Treasurer

[NI5231] Hiram Pitt Bennet married a sister, Sarah Jane McCabe, of my wife's  g. g. grandfather, James J. McCabe.  We are working on a manuscript of  the children/step-children, etc. of Sarah's father, James B. McCabe. A step-daughter of James B. McCabe was Leah Crouch who married  Columbus Nuckolls (Source James M Freed, Ph D) jmfreed@midohio.net # Name: Andrew Crouch # Sex: M # Birth: 1806 in Ohio # Census: 02 JUL 1870 Romney, Tippecanoe, Indiana # Census: 08 OCT 1850 Perry Twp, Tippecanoe, Indiana

[NI5233] Charles moved at age 2 on the back of a covered wagon from Iowa to Colorado. He grew up in gold rush towns and became a miner and lawman. He moved his family to Granby, Co. to a new homestead in 1900. He was the town Marshall and Justice of the Peace in Granby.

[DI5233] NUCKOLLS, Charles H., born Mills County, Iowa, 1856, of family of 11 children, parents from Grayson County, Virginia, to west in 1854. This family came to Denver in ox drawn wagon in 1859. He first became cowboy, then fore man on a ranche, later carpenter, then miner near Central, also in Georget own District. He kept for 20 years the James Peak Hotel in Granby, and bel onged to the A.F. & A.M. of Georgetown. Died Denver, Jul 18, 1924, buried at Sulphur Springs. His widow survived, and the following children: Oscar (Enid, Oklahoma), Harry (Pueblo), Mrs. Lewis Wallace (Sulphur Springs ), Mrs. Samuel Staley (Granby). (The Trail, Aug 1924, published Denver) Fiftyniners' Directory Colorado Argonauts 1858-1859

[NI5239] married a man named Lew Wallace and had 6 children by him, he was a very important man in Grand County. After he died, Minnie married a man named Gilmore, don't know his first name. Anyway she had 3 children by him. One of those children's name was Virginia Heath Gilmore and she was the one that got pregnant and was taken to court to make her reveal the father, but it never worked. So she had an illegitimate daughter in the early 1900s.

[NI5241] Graduated from Colo Scholl of Mines with a BS in Civil Eng. WWI veteran in France in 1917 Worked for Frisco RR and Sand Springs RR This is a typed copy of a handwritten letter from Elizabeth (Nuckolls) Metcalf, nicknamed "Beattie", to my grandfather, Charles Oscar Nuckolls. T he letter was not dated but was written sometime between 1920 and 1923. It gives personal testimony that Ezra Nuckolls was my grandfather's gra ndfather.  It also establishes the fact that a family bible exists (or exi sted) with some good information about the Nuckolls family that I have not seen.  Elizabeth "Beattie" Nuckolls Metcalf was the grandmother of Dr. Willis E. Lamb, Jr. Stanford Professor of Physics and Winner of Noble P rize in Physics in 1955 and the daughter of Ezra Nuckolls, granddaught er of John Nuckolls and great granddaughter of James Nuckolls III. Dear Oscar, My Father Ezra Nuckolls who would be your grandfather married and liv ed in Grayson Co., Virginia had a store in Greenville and a farm two mil es out from town where we were all born.  We moved to Achison County, Missouri about 1854 I think, where he and my mother both died in the month of May 1857 three years after moving out there.  They were buried at the family graveyard at Rockport.  They had eleven children.  I was the youngest and am the only one alive. My father never told us much about his early life.  He married my mother at Elk Creek a few miles from where he lived and the house where he was married and where my mother was born is still standing, or was the la st there.  My father left his Library and even the family bible in care his old partner in Business Mr. Jennings.  If you ever go down near there try and get the old Bible.  The one they copied to after we burned years ago when my sisters house burn.  There are some Nuckolls Cousins in Virginia but I don't know their Address, one of them Floyd Nuckolls, I think  go out a history of the Family.  Kent Schooler was back there and bought a copy $2.00 I think.  If you write to Bartie his daughter she would tell you about the book.  Maybe she would sell hers (I don't know).  Kent - her father died this last year.  Her address is Bartie Schooler Fairfax Achison Co. Missouri.  Also write Heath Schooler, he was back in Virg inia a few months ago he could answer questions for you.  I always intended to send the Book but put off doing it.  Our Old home is not far from Wythsville, Va.  These Schoolers are my oldest sisters sons.  Heath's address is also Fairfax, Achison Co. Missouri. Rich Bowen another Sisters son w as out here a few years ago.  He told me he met a Nuckolls.  A relative who had a write-up of the family.  He spent a lot of time getting fact s.  If you write û Rich he will tell you maybe where to find this man by letter Richmond Bowen Grayson Nebraska will reach him I think. Mollie Borroughis sister live here.  He was quite interested when he said we could join the Sons of the Revolution if we would.  I wish you success and if there is anything I can do or tell you write me.  I am Affectionately, Aunt Beattie Metcalf Ocean Park, Col 26

[XI5241] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Charles Nuckolls Name: «tab»Charles Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»29 Dec 1890 Death Date: «tab»22 Nov 1972 SSN: «tab»441071163 Branch 1: «tab»ARMY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»5 Jan 1918 Release Date 1: «tab»12 Jun 1919

[NI5242] Name:    Harry Leonard Nuckolls City:    Not Stated  County:    Summit State:    Utah  Birthplace:    Colorado;United States of America  Birth Da te:    15 Mar 1892 Race:    Caucasian  Roll:    1984055 Harry Leonard Nuckolls res Park City, UT Age 25 born March 15 1892 in Denver Colorado Miner for Daly Judge Mining Co Married, dependants wife, mother and son (no names) Claim exemption for support of family Tall, slender, blue eyes, brn hair June 5 1917 Name: Harry Nuckolls SSN: 522-07-5611 Last Residence: 80401  Golden, Jefferson, Colorado, United States of Ameri ca Born: 15 Mar 1893 Died: Sep 1970 State (Year) SSN issued: Colorado (Before 1951 ) Pueblo Chieftan 9/10/1970 Harryl L Nuckolls, a former resident of Pueblo passed away in Denver Tuesd ay. He was the father of Mrs Darrell V Childerson with whom he made his ho me in Golden. Maj Norman Nuckolls, Woodbridge VA; Heath Nuckolls, Amaril lo TX and Leonard Nuckolls, Las Vegas, NM. He also had several grandchildr en and great grandchildren. Mr Nuckolls was a long time employee of the Nu ckolls Packing Plant, retiring several years ago. He was a member of Silv er State Lodge 95 AF&AM, Pueblo. He had been a resident of Golden since 19 63. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Pueblo Chieftan 9/11/1970 Harry L Nuckolls graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in t he Pueblo Memorial Gardens conducted by the Rev Glenn Lawrence and Silv er State Lodge 96 AF&AM

[NI5247] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Charles R Nuckolls Birth Year: 1918 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Oklahoma State: Oklahoma County or City: Tulsa Enlistment Date: 20 May 1944 Enlistment State: Oklahoma Enlistment City: Fort Sill Branch: No branch assignment Branch Code: No branch assignment Grade: Private Grade Code: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Source: Civil Life Education: 4 years of college Civil Occupation: Not Elsewhere Classified Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 00 Weight: 006

[XI5247] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Charles Nuckolls Name: «tab»Charles Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»1 Aug 1918 Death Date: «tab»5 May 1992 SSN: «tab»448144473 Branch 1: «tab»ARMY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»20 May 1944 Release Date 1: «tab»29 Jun 1944 Branch 2: «tab»NAVY Enlistment Date 2: «tab»1 Jul 1944 Release Date 2: «tab»15 Jun 1946

[XI5249] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about James Nuckolls Name: «tab»James Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»6 Sep 1922 Death Date: «tab»31 Mar 1973 SSN: «tab»447039447

[DI5250] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Donald Nuckolls Name: «tab»Donald Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»4 Mar 1925 Death Date: «tab»17 Sep 1981 SSN: «tab»447121589

[DI5252] Nuckolls, Betty, 89, homemaker, formerly of Tulsa, died Saturday in Arlington, Va. Services pending. Moore's Southlawn. (Tulsa World) ------------------------- Betty Jean (Hansen) Nuckolls, 89, passed away January 1, 2011, in Arlington, VA. Betty was born in Kansas City, MO on January 14, 1921. She married Charles Robert (Bob) Nuckolls on September 17, 1942, in Tulsa, OK. Betty is survived by her daughters Carol Ann Henry and Phyllis Jean Anderson and her sons, Charles Robert, Jr., John Martin and Paul Thomas Nuckolls. Grandchildren are Crystal Dean, Paul Henry, Robert Charles Nuckolls, Sherry Ann Nuckolls, James Nuckolls, Martha Jane Nuckolls, David Anderson, Melissa Anderson and sister-in-law Betty Barnes of Stillwater and sister-in-law Gloria Hansen of Kansas City. Great-grandchildren are Creston Nuckolls, Nathan Nuckolls and Caleb Dean. Also, niece/nephews Debi Garden, Steve and Mark Nuckolls of Tulsa and Beverly Campbell and Rob Barnes of Stillwater, John Hansen of Oakland and Rob Hansen of St. Louis and Rich Hansen of California. Betty is preceded to heaven by her father George Hansen and mother, Mary (Lyman) Hansen; husband; and by brothers George, Lyman and Col. Richard Hansen; sister Phyllis MacDowell; and brothers-in-law Jim, Don and Richard Nuckolls. Betty and Bob Nuckolls met at the 2nd Presbyterian Church in Tulsa while both worked at the Douglas Aircraft Plant during WWII. Bob, Jim and Don Nuckolls were builders in the Tulsa area in the 1950's and 1960's. Bob retired from the Department of Army in 1990, in Virginia where they resided. Funeral services 10 AM, Friday, January 7th, at Moore Southlawn Chapel and she will be buried at Memorial Park. This obituary was published in the Tulsa World on 1/6/2011 Social Security Death Index about Betty J. Nuckolls Name: «tab»Betty J. Nuckolls Last Residence: «tab»22203  Arlington, Arlington, Virginia Born: «tab»14 Jan 1921 Died: «tab»1 Jan 2011 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Oklahoma (Before 1951)

[NI5267] Children of this marriage from : Linda Roberson roberson@execpc.com

[NI5269] Murdered by his son-in-law James Owens with two shots from a revolver

[BI5274] Name: «tab»Chessie L. Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»12 Nov 1892 Birthplace: «tab»Carroll County, Virginia, United States Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Henry C. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Fannie L. Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01781-4 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046922 Reference Number: «tab»386 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XTH3-D2L : accessed 6 April 2012), Chessie L. Nuckolls (1892).

[DI5274] Name: «tab»Chessie Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»17 Jun 1895 Death Place: «tab»Carroll, Virginia Age: «tab»2 Birth Date: «tab»1893 Birthplace: «tab», Carroll, Virginia Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Single Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Henry C. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Fanny 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»p131c25 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5RJ-B74 : accessed 7 April 2012), Chessie Nuckolls (1893).

[XI5276] Probably the Melissa B Nucholls intered 5/24/1892 in Fairmont Cemetery, Denver, CO Poss died in childbrith in1874 as 1876 Emmet has wife named Mary E and a baby under age 10 born after Ezra.

[DI5277] Pueblo Chieftan 2/5/1928 Masonic Temple Davis Mortuary George Harvey Nuckolls, age 69 years, died at the family home 28 Carlisle Place Saturday afternoon. Funeral services will take place at 2:00 Tues day afternoon, Feb 7 from the Chapel of the Davis Morturary and at Roselawn Cemetery where interment will be made. South Pueblo lodge # 81, A F& AM will conduct the masonic burial service.

[NI5280] Date: February 3, 1913 Location: Missouri Paper: Kansas City Star Mrs G Harvey Nuckolls of Pueblo arrived yesterday to be the guest of Mr and Mrs Charles Hardin Worrall, 62nd St and Worrell Rd.

[DI5280] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: «tab»Virginia Wallis Nuckolls [Virginia Wallis Wallis] Social Security #: «tab»0 Sex: «tab»FEMALE Birth Date: «tab»16 Sep 1872 Birthplace: «tab»Missouri Death Date: «tab»13 Jan 1952 Death Place: «tab»San Diego Mother's Maiden Name: «tab»Pance FATHER'S SURNAME: «tab»Wallis

[NI5281] Reno Evening Gazette Reno Nevada 14 May 1942 Pueblo Co, -The Nuckolls Packing Company , pioneer Pueblo meat packing firm, is going out of business after operating under price ceilings for eight weeks. "Due to current conditions, we can't take it any longer", explained Miss Della Nuckolls, the company president.

[DI5281] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Della Nuckolls Kennedy [Della Nuckolls Nuckolls] Social Security #: 522057505 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 18 Jan 1899 Birthplace: Colorado Death Date: 6 Nov 1980 Death Place: San Diego Mother's Maiden Name: Wallis Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[DI5283] Social Security Death Index about Neil O. Perrin Name: «tab»Neil O. Perrin Last Residence: «tab»73162  Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma,  Born: «tab»27 Sep 1920 Died: «tab»24 Dec 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Kansas (Before 1951)

[DI5286] Social Security Death Index about Russell Eugene Withrow Name: «tab»Russell Eugene Withrow «tab» Last Residence: «tab»79704  Midland, Midland, Texas Born: «tab»10 Aug 1925 Died: «tab»10 Mar 2007 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Oklahoma (Before 1951)

[NI5314] Samuel Gordon Smith wrote the Genealogy of the Duke-Shepard-Van M// Fami ly in 1909 He wrote that Harden Duke Rev War had a son Richard S. who had a d aughter Elizabeth Duke that married ---Nuckols and had two children Ponce and Ma ry who m --- Willhite. I am not able to verify this as factual.

[NI5315] 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.

[NI5318] James Duke, of Henrico, was the owner of two hundred acres on Beaver Cree k, in which he probably became interested through his kinsman James Burnle y, both of whom were descended from the Englishman, John Burnley, before r eferred to.

[NI5319] Families of Albermarle Co, VA bio of John Burley says  Keziah was a d/o Jo hn and not Hardin.

[NI5320] Ancestry of Clevears Chisolm Duke II- Henry Duke Jr and Elizabeth Cluverius. III- Col Henry Duke (1680-1718) and Lydia Hansford (d/0 Capt Chas hansford and Elizabeth Folliott IV- Edward Duke SR (1594-1670) and Ellinore Panton V- Ambrose Duke (1507-1610) & Eliz Calthrope d 1612 (d/o Bartholomew and Marg Tichborne Calthrope VI- Esq Edward Duke and Dorothy Jermyn (d/o Ambrose) VII- George Duke and Anne Bleverhaysset (d/o Thomas) VIII- William Duke and Thomasine Jenney (s/o Edmund) IX- Thomas Duke and Margaret Baynard X- John Duke and Joan Delapark (d/o William) XI- Robert Duke and Alice d1437 XII- Roger Duke XIII- Walter Duke XIV-Roger Duke XV-Peter Duke XVI-Roger LeDuk born bet 1125 & 1168 In official documents recorded in Louisa County he uniformly  spelled his name as "Clevears", perhaps a phonetic rendering of Cluverius, stated by some writers to have been his mother's family name.   However, in this compilation we have thought best to adopt the spelling  used in the will and deeds on record in Louisa Court. He is described in old documents as of Little River in the parish of St. Martin's,(*) Louisa,Va., and was given the soubriquet "King of Little River" because of his large ownership of land and slaves. He acquired by grant and purchase  many thousands of acres, but prior to his death had by gifts to his children and grandchildren and by sale disposed of a large part of his  possessions in land and slaves. It is related of him that while riding along a road he passed a young negro man and asked him, "Boy, who do you  belong to ?" The answer did not disconcert him: "I 'longs to you, Marster." His catt le roamed freely over broad tracts of grazing land and the branding iron used by him, with the name DUKE in plain Gothic letters an inch or more high and his private number below, was in recent years dug up from a field and is now in the possession of Mrs. Ilma Duke  Perkins, of Apple Grove, Louisa County, Va., and has been seen by this compiler. He married five or six times and built a new house for each wife, some of them still standing. The first home was about two and a half miles south of Bumpass station on the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway. This was burned, leaving only a chimney standing and some cherry trees. Garland Duke,6 his great-grandson, built the present home on the same site about 1820. Other homes built by Clevears Duke3 were what is now called Dr. Bullock's home, Andrew Goodwin's home, and the old home The following is transcribed from Louisa County Records, Deed Book D1/2, p age 491, dated 9 April, 1773: "Clevears Duke, of Louisa County, for love and affection which he has f or his two grandchildren John Duke and Mary Garland Duke, children of Cos by Duke and Betty Duke," he deeds them negroes. From Deed Book J, page 88, dated 18 November, 1880, the following is take n: "Betty Duke expresses the belief it is wrong to keep negroes in slavery. She therefore frees certain slaves, here recorded. John G. Duke and John Ha wkins state that the slaves set free by Mrs. Betty Duke are due to them at her death by the will of her husband Cosby Duke, dec'd, but that she has purchased their right in the said slaves from them. They were accor dingly freed."

[NI5321] This Henry Duke often confused with Capt henry Duke , of that portion of C harles City County lying on the south side of James River which in later y ears became Prince George Co, but they were not the same person. At a Court held for Louisa County, March 19, 1745, Boatswain, a Negro m an slave lately belonging to Henry Duke,2 of the county of Hanover, bei ng this day condemned for murder, this Court doth value the said sla ve at forty-two pounds current money which is ordered to be certified to t he General Assembly. (Order Book, 1742-1748, page 187.) Henry Duke, Jr.,2 may have had a son named Marvin (or Maston) as one of t he witnesses to the will of Clevears Chisholm Duke8 was stated as John Duk e,4 nephew, son of Marvin.

[NI5322] Descendants From "Henry Duke Councilor, His Descendants and Connections." HENRY DUKE,1 the Virginia descendant of the branch of the Duke family of S uffolk County, England, which comprises the first section of our genealogi cal record (pages 3 to 10, ante), emigrated from England first to Bermu da and then to York County, Virginia, and later (in 1653) removed to Jam es City County. The first mention of his name in the records (at lea st in those that still remain) of that county is in 1680 when he is list ed as one of the justices of James City County and in 1699 he was commissi oned as sheriff. A list of Virginia military officers for 1698 in James Ci ty County shows Capt. Henry Duke with 77 men under Col. Daniel Parke. On J uly 25, 1690 (as Capt. Henry Duke), he was appointed by Gov. Francis Nicho lson to solicit subscriptions for building a college and free school in t he colony (William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. VII, page 160). He was a memb er of the House of Burgesses representing James City County from 1692 to 1 699, and in 1702 he was appointed a member of the Royal Council of the col ony by Queen Anne and later designated as Judge of the Admiralty Cour t. As a member of the Royal Council he sat in judgment at the trial of Gra ce Sherwood, accused of being a witch (Virginia Historical Magazine, Vo l. III, page 400). He and his son, Henry Duke, Jun.,2 were examiners of t he will of Col. William Byrd, Sr., and made certificate at "Westopher", Ch arles City County, Va., on January 12, 1704/5, and he was appointed by t he Council to examine the accounts of William Byrd I as Auditor Gener al of the Colony at his death. He signed as a witness to Articles of Agree ment between John Custis and William Byrd II on February 4, 1711. On October 23, 1690, as Capt. Henry Duke, he received patent for 1,000 acr es on the south side of Chickahominy touching Webb's Run. (Book 7, page 12 3.) Patent to John Higgason for 2,087 acres, issued October 26, 1699, and rene wed October 31, 1716 (Book 10, page 308): "beginning at a pine on the nor th side of the South River, being a corner late of Henry Duke, Esq., then ce along said Duke's line, north 37 degrees East 144 poles, thence along a nother line of the said Duke * * * to a gum in the New Found River, then ce up the river, the meanders thereof * Patent to John Kembrow for 426 acres, issued December 23, 1699 (Book 10, p age 228): "Beginning at a corner white oak of Mr. Overton's on the north s ide of the Southanna River * * * then along Overton's land Nor th * * * to a Black Gum of Joseph Peers, then along Peers' line South 42 d egrees * * * to a pine * * * to a Red Oak * * * to a Black O ak * * * to a Red Oak of John Glenn, along Glenn's line West * * * then So uth to a White Oak of Andrew Spratling * * * to a Hickory standing on t he said South River, thence down the meanders thereof." On October 20, 1704, a land patent was issued to him for 1,168 acres in S t. Paul's Parish, New Kent County, which was formed in 1654 from York a nd James City Counties. This was on Licking Hole Swamp, a branch of the Ch ickahominy. (Book 8, page 611.) April 28, 1711, a patent was issued to him for 82 acres on the west si de of the Chickahominy near Webb's Run "along his own land". Patent to Robert Harris for 100 acres, June 16, 1727 (Book 13, page 149 ): "Beginning at a corner Gum upon the New Found River belonging to Col. H enry Duke(*) thence along said Duke's line North * * * to a corner Hicko ry upon New Found River, thence down the said river as it windeth to the p lace first began." Col. Henry Duke1 is frequently mentioned in the records with "Henry Duk e, Jr., Gent," who was undoubtedly his son and was his heir-at-law upon t he death of his father 1713/14. In 1694 "Henry Duke, Gent," received a pat ent of 736 acres. The Quit Rent Roll for New Kent County, 1704, shows:        Henry Duke, Esq., 375 acres.        Henry Duke, Esq., 170 acres.

[NI5324] Blake connection from Robert Blake Bessac 3bazuk@aol.com

[NI5325] living with aunt Exine Nuckolls in 1900

[DI5325] Name: «tab»Bernard Shields Blake Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»03 Jan 1974 Death Place: «tab»Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama Gender: «tab»Male Race (Original): «tab» Race (Standardized): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»87y Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1887 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab»Beatrice Freeman Blake Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Thomas Nelson Blake Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Louise Nuckolls Mother's Titles & Terms (Original):

[NI5335]     • DUKE FAMILY (From Families of Albemarle, VA)          JAMES DUKE and wife MARY lived in Henrico Co. but owned 200          acres in this county that they sold to GEORGE WEST in 1795.          CLEVIERS DUKE of Louisa Co. had 2 sons who resided in this          county, RICHARD AND JAMES. In 1806 RICHARD m. MARIA..dau of          THOMAS WALKER JR. In 1821 he purchased from M.L.WALKER and          JOHN WREN, the Rivanna Mills, known afterwards as Burnt Mill          which they and G.G.LINDSAY had bought from DABNEY MINOR in          1819. RICHARD d. 1849, his children were WILLIAM J. who m.          EMILY ANDERSON; LUCY, wife of DAVID WOOD, they then moved to          Tenn. and after DAVID’s death m. JOHN H. BILLS; MARY S. wife          of WILLIAM T. SMITH; MILDRED, wife of CHRISTOPHER GILMER:          SARAH, wife of HARVEY DESKINS; MARTHA; MARGARET, wife of          ROBERT RODES; CHARLES and RICHARD T,W.DUKE, who m. ELIZABETH          ESKRIDGE. He was a lawyer, member of Congress and a Col. in          the Civil War. He. ‘t 1898. JAMES, bro. of RICHARD, in 1832          purchased from JAMES MCCULLOCK, the brick mill and store in          Millington.He d. 1844. his wife was a MISS BIGGERS and his          children were RICHARD, who moved to Nelson Co.; HORACE,who          moved to Miss.; CHARLOTTE, wife of DR. WILLIAM G. CARR; and          LUCY, wife of THOMAS BALLARD and another dau. whose name is          not known, but she was the wife of JOHN COLE. ALEXANDER DUKE          in, ELIZABETH dau of ALEXANDER GARRETT and was the father of          MRS. HORACE JONES.

[NI5337] James, the brother of Richard, was associated with him in the manageme nt of the Rivanna Mills. In 1832 he purchased from James McCulloch the bri ck mill and store located at Millington. Subsequently he established a mi ll on Rocky Creek, where he spent his remaining days. He was appoint ed to the county bench in 1838, and departed this life in 1844.

[NI5343] In 1821 he purchased from M. L. Walker and John Wren the Rivanna Mills, af terwards known as the Burnt Mills, which they and G. G. Lindsay had boug ht from Dabney Minor in 1819. He was appointed a magistrate in 1819, serv ed as Sheriff in 1847, and died at Morea in 1849.

[NI5345] Louisa Co VA Guardian Bonds pg 108 GDN BOND Samuel O Pettus Gdn to James Duke orphan of James Duke dec 'd.; L12,000 currt money; Sec. Wm Rice & Joseph Street 14 July 1783 Louisa Co, VA Book: F, Page: 605, Grantor: James Duke and Mary his wife, Grantee: Willi am Mills, Date: ___ Jun 1790 James Duke and Mary his wife of St. Martins P Louisa to Willi am Mills of Berkeley Parish, Spotsylvania Co. #50 tract on Hensons Creek c ont. 278 acres adj. Duke and Parsons, Waddy, Crenshaw, Terrell with hous es waterways etc. Sig. James and Mary Duke wit. Thomas Meriwether. Re c. 14 Jun 1790.

[NI5348] Louisa Co VA Guardian Bonds pg 108 GDN BOND Samuel O Pettus Gdn to James Duke orphan of James Duke dec 'd.; L12,000 currt money; Sec. Wm Rice & Joseph Street 14 July 1783 pg 226-227 Samuel O Pettus Gdn to James Duke 1784 By swap of horses L12; h ire of Negro Prince 1 yr. L15 Ret 7 Feb 1789 Received of Samuel O Pettus L15 at the above dated periods in full of a ll demands due from the sd. Pettus during the time he acted as my guardia n. 7Feb 1789.         James Duke

[NI5365] The descendants of Walter Duke down to Hardin Burnley Duke who m Elizabe th Swift, were found on CD#8 tree # 2797 John M Parish 1105 Colonial St Franklin, TN 37064-3216

[NI5366] Graduated from Cobb High School 1943. She worked as assistant supervis or of publications for USAF during WWII. She became a free lance artist. M ember of the Order of the Eastern Star. The Times Leader Princeton, Ky. March 10, 2007 Oma Dell Nuckols Cook, 82, of Lakewood, Colo., and formerly of Caldwell Co unty, died Sunday, Feb. 25, 2007, following a long illness. Born Jan. 1 6, 1925, in Caldwell County, the daughter of the late Virgil and Huel Chil dress Nuckols, she was a home executive, member of Beta Sigma Phi and a lo ng standing member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. She enjoy ed crocheting, knitting, tatting and ceramic creations, was an active memb er of the Order of the Easter Star, Chapter #152 of Fenton, Mo., where s he and her husband served as Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron for three ter ms. She served as Grand Representative to North Dakota two years and Distr ict Deputy Grand Matron of the Grand Chapter of Missouri in 1985. Having s erved on numerous committees in the Grand Chapter, she was active with t he International Order of Jobs Daughters Bethel #43 and Order of DeMolay f or 15 years. She was preceded in death by a sister, Mary Ann Willis. Survivors inclu de her husband of 63 years, Eugene D. Cook, formerly of Princeton; a daugh ter and son-in-law, Oma Jean and Scott Lewis of Lakewood, Colo.; a grandda ughter, Leslie Jean Rohr of Wheatridge, Colo.; two great-grandchildren, Le slie Jean Foster and Dalton Gene Rohr; a great-great-grandson, Evan Foste r, all of Lakewood, Colo.; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Graves ide services with interment were held at Fort Logan National Cemetery in D enver, Colo., on Friday, March 2 at 2 p.m. Advantage Funeral Services of Lakewood, Colo., was in charge of arrangemen ts.

[BI5377] Name: «tab»William J. Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»22 Aug 1874 Birthplace: «tab»Louisa, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»William Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Nora Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00191-5 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046943 Reference Number: «tab»p 178 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5VZ-RZ5 : accessed 6 April 2012), William J. Nuckolls (1874).

[DI5377] William James Nuckolls, 68, died suddenly Tuesday afternoon, October 28th at his home at Yanceyville. He had been in poor health for some time and his death was attributed to a sudden heart attack. Mr Nuckolls was well known throughout the County and was active in church and local affairs all his life. He carried the US mail for thirty years, retiring in 1937. Since that time he had been engaged in the mercantile business at Yanceyville. Mr Nuckolls was twice married and is survivied by his second wife, five childre of his first marriage, Mrs W E Brooks of Boonville, NC; Mrs Raymond Parrish of Fife; W J Nuckolls Jr of Blacksburg; W S Nuckolls of Claymont, Del; George T L Nuckolls, and a foster daughter, Miss Louise Nuckolls, both of Richmond. Funeral services were conducted by Rev R A Atkins, former pastor, at 2:30 Thursday afternoon at Yanceyville Christian Church.INterment was in the church cemetery. The active pallbearers were Douglas Bagby, William Jones, Victor Mathews, Edward Smith, Leonard Smith and Stuart Trice. The honorary pallbearers were W E Bellew, Marion Bowles, John Bullock, W E Crank, Leighton Johnson, Mann Longan, Malcolm Pace, Dr E B Pendleton, Barbour Pendleton Jr, JS Purcell, Willie McGhee, Ned Smith, Vernon Smith, Allen Trice, Dabney Trice, Joe Trice, Milton Turner, V W Turner, and Kent Woolfolk.Nuckolls William James 68   CV - Oct 30, 1941, 62nd year, p 1 col 5

[BI5378] Name: «tab»Nannie Lacy Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»28 Apr 1875 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Jos. S. Lacy Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Nannie B. Lacy Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00211-6 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046932 Reference Number: «tab»p 126 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5V8-LTL : accessed 6 April 2012), Nannie Lacy (1875).

[DI5378] Informant W J Nuckols, husband Aged 42-7-16 Died of complications from measles

[NI5380] Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - January 29, 1995Deceased Name: Maggard.Parr ish, Mrs. Nannie Nora Nuckolls Maggard.Parrish, Mrs. Nannie Nora Nuckoll s, 93, of Goochland, a retired teacher with New Market Woodstock Scho ol in Cluster Springs, widow of Raymond Alexis Parrish. (No SSSDI) Name: Nannie N. Parrish SSN: 230-80-2962 Last Residence: 23063  Goochland, Goochland, Virginia, United States of Am erica Born: 18 Feb 1901 Died: 28 Jan 1995 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1969 )

[BI5384] Name:  «tab»William Nuckolls SSN: «tab»230-40-9713 Last Residence: «tab»24018  Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia, Born: «tab»10 Nov 1905 Last Benefit: «tab»24007  Roanoke, Roanoke City, Virginia, s of America Died: «tab»Mar 1979 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[DI5384] William J Nuckolls, Jr Retired VPI Teacher and Louisa Native Dies William Joseph Nuckolls, Jr, 74 year old native of Yanceyville and associate professor emeritus of agriculture economics at Virginia Polytech Institute and State University, died Wednesday, March 14, 1979, while visiting relatives in Richmond, apparently after suffering a heart attack. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Saturday in Oakey Funeral Home chapel, Roanoke, with interment in Evergreen Memorial Park. He is survived by his son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Thomas W Lannons of Roanoke; two sisters, Mrs Raymond A Parrish of Goochland and Mrs W E Brooks of Yadkinsville, NC; and a brother, George Temple Lacy Nuckolls of Richmond. Mr Nuckolls was born and reared at Yanceyville in Louisa County, and was a son of the late William Joseph and nannie Lacy Nuckolls. He attended local schools, was graduated from VPI and received his master's degree in agronomy from North Carolina State University. In 1928 he became a faculty member at VPI as an agriculture economist withe the extension service. Mr Nuckolls traveled throughout Virginia serving as a consultant on farm records, income and inheritance taxes, and agricultural business problems. He retired in 1966 and had continued to make his home in that area, where he was affectionately known as "Aggie" Nuckolls.

[NI5385] WILLIAM NUCKOLLS  09 Sep 1908 Jun 1974 19703 (Claymont, New Castle, DE) (n one specified) 221-03-2141 Delawar  Is this William? REGINA H NUCKOLLS  04 Sep 1912 05 May 1999 (V) 19703 (Claymont, New Castl e, DE) (none specified) 222-24-9566 Delaware Name: William Nuckolls SSN: 221-03-2141 Last Residence: 19703  Claymont, New Castle, Delaware, United States of Am erica Born: 9 Sep 1908 Died: Jun 1974 State (Year) SSN issued: Delaware (Before 1951 )

[NI5391] Alex N. THORNTON is a miller of Black Springs, Ark., and the work he tur ns out is remarkably satisfactory, the patronage he has is attracted to th is place for milling purposes being constantly on the increase.   He was b orn in Forsyth County, Ga., in 1844, to Isaac and Clara (Nuckles) Thornto n, the former born in Georgia and the latter in Virginia.  Mrs. Thornton r emoved to Georgia with her parents when a girl, and there she married a nd lived until he death in 1862, a member of the Missionary Baptist Churc h.  Mr. Thornton afterward married a second time, and in 1867 removed to T exas, and in 1871 to Montgomery County, where he still lives, a farmer a nd a member of the Missionary Baptist Church also.  He served in a regime nt of the Georgia Infantry during the Rebellion.  His father, Thomas Thorn ton, was born in the Palmetto State, and died in Georgia, he being al so a worthy and successful tiller of the soil.  He was of English descen t, a soldier in the War of 1812, and his father was a native of Englan d.  Alex Nuckles was the mother's father, an Englishman by birth, who beca me a farmer of Whifield County, Ga., where he spent his declining year s.  Alex N. Thornton was the fifth of ten children, and although he was re ared on a farm, he, as soon as old enough was put to school and acquir ed a good common-school education.  In 1862 he joined Company C, Thirty-ni nth Georgia Infantry, Army of Tennessee, and was in the siege of Vicksbur g, at Missionary Ridge, the Atlanta campaign, Franklin, Nashville, Mobi le and back to Johnston's Army in North Carolina, surrendering with h im in that State.  He was slightly wounded twice.  He 1867 he was marri ed in Whitfield County, Ga., to Mary E., daughter of Ellis and Permelia Sl aon, the former born in Tennessee and the latter in North Carolina, the ir marriage being consummated in Whitfield County, GA.,  where Mrs. Thornt on was born and where she and Mr. Thornton resided until 1870, when they c ame to Clark County, Ark., in eight years later to Montgomery County, the ir residents being at Black Springs.   Mr. Thornton is the owner of a go od water saw, grist-mill and cotton gin, and if close application and stu dy of the wants of his customers will serve to make a permanent succe ss of his mill. Mr. Thornton need no fear as to the outcome of his ventur e.  By his own efforts he has become the owner of 320 acres of land, but t he first six years of his residence where he was engaged in merchandisin g.  He has been justice of the peace two years and his wife worships in t he Missionary Baptist Church. Source http://www.rootsweb.com/~armontgo/bios.htm

[NI5396] Family from Ruth Kidd Papers on microfilm, provided by Adrianne Hopkins 9/9 /1998 Madie Webb papers in Tennesee Archives in a letter fom  Ruth Kidd to her cousin Exine 1/6/1/934 states the  father of Eliza Caroline Sandidge was Garland France Standidge.

[NI5397] Louisa County Probate Records Cty. Lou, Book: 11, Page: 622, John Smith, Type: Will, Date: 14-Jun-1847 Will John Smith, children of my niece Louisa Thomas tracts known as Ter ry and Hall tracts on Rocky Branch adj. Ann bullock, John C. Goodwin and H ensons Creek, children of niece Louisa Thomas - Granville S. Thomas, Loui sa Thomas to have use of land for their life. Children of niece Mart ha D. Gentry tract I now reside 165 acres on Long Creek adj. William Nelso n, Henson Creek old road, Halls Tract, Cartersville Road - Addison F. Gent ry and Martha D. Gentry for their life only. Exor to sell tract called Cra nks tract on Rocky branch adj. John C. Goodwin, Richard S. Duke, Cartersvi lle Rd. Tract called Swifts to be sold. Have given to Methodist Socie ty 1 acre for meeting house called Smithfield now standings. Children of s ister Polly Terry, brother Thomas Smith, Sister Lovenia Byars, daus. Of Na ncy Barrett, dec'd. Formerly Nancy Bablock, brother in law William Terr y, Joseph Terry and his sister Frances Johnson, daus. Of my niece Betsy Ha rris, Frances Duke, niece Elizabeth Harris, Henrietta Sims, Ann Carpente r, nephew Pleasant Smith, niece Frances Nuckols, niece Sally Talley, nie ce Patsy Thomasson and 3 daus. Of George Thomasson. Exors Thomas Duke, Sam uel Guy, A. Guy, William O. Harris, William S. Walton 18 Aug 1846 Re c. 14 Jun 1847.

[DI5420] Name: «tab»Mary Morgan Death Date: «tab»26 Apr 1924 Death Place: «tab»Dallas, Dallas, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»w Death Age: «tab»82 years 19 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1842 Birth Date: «tab»07 Apr 1847 Birthplace: «tab»Texas Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Samuel Harrison Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ky. Mother's Name: «tab»Martha Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ky. Occupation: «tab»Housewife Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Oakland Cemetery Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»26 Apr 1924 Additional Relatives: «tab»Inf Mrs Eva Parcell Film Number: «tab»2075026 Digital Film Number: «tab»4167294 Image Number: «tab»1559 Reference Number: «tab»v X cn 12173 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JD6F-LB9 : accessed 5 May 2012), Martha Nuckols in entry for Mary Morgan, 1924.

[NI5421] Martha Frances Harrison married John W Daniel (b. 1843) in about 1870. Mar tha and John both died of natural causes in 1926 in Vander Vorst, Arkansas .

[NI5448] Overton descendant contributor Sandi Duncan in Sacto Ca purplew@sl.net

[NI5454] Anderson, W. P. [View Citation] [Table of Contents] The early descendants of Wm. Overton & Elizabeth Waters of Virginia and al lied families Cincinnati, Ohio?: W.P. Anderson, 1938, 163  pgs.

[NI5460] His will was dated December 7, 1777, and is recorded      in Louisa Count y, Va.

[DI5477] «tab»«tab» «tab»«tab» «tab»«tab» «tab» Nuckols, Florence Clark Service By: Loving Funeral Home Service Date: May 14, 2005 Location: Churchland Baptist Church Cemetery Portsmouth- Florence Clark Nuckols, 84, passed away peacefully on Mother?s Day, May 8, 2005 at Bon Secours Maryview Hospital. She was born October 15, 1920 in Portsmouth to the late Charles W. and Lucille Verlander Clark. She was a lifelong member of and Deaconess at Port Norfolk Baptist Church. She was a retired executive secretary with Merchants and Farmers Bank. Mrs. Nuckols was a member of the Tidal Wave Chapter #9, Order of the Eastern Star, the Polygon Club, Portsmouth Woman?s Club and past member of the Credit Woman?s Club. Florence is survived by her loving family, including her daughter Cynthia Nuckols Shelton of Portsmouth; her son Royd M. Nuckols, Jr. and wife Karen of Coatesville, PA; four grandchildren, Lori S. Ehlers and husband Ron of Portsmouth; Dana S. Baliya and husband Tom of Jacksonville, FL; Sgt. Royd M. Nuckols, III, U.S. Army, and wife Erica of Schweinfurt, Germany; and Elizabeth R. Nuckols of Virginia Beach; five great-grandchildren, Matthew and Nicholas Baliya; Annaka Ehlers; Reilly and Connor Nuckols; two sisters, Evelyn Haycock and husband Charles; Vivian Rayfield and husband John; sister-in-law Elaine Nuckols Freeman, all of Portsmouth; and much loved special nieces, nephews and neighbors. She was predeceased by her beloved husband, Royd M. Nuckols, Sr. and cherished son, Barry Clark Nuckols. A graveside service will be conducted by Rev. Terry Taylor at 2:00PM Saturday, May 14 in Churchland Baptist Church Cemetery. The family will gather on Thursday from 7-9:00PM at 4217 Meadowview Road, in the Merrifields section of Portsmouth. The family will receive friends Friday from 7-9:00PM at Loving Funeral Home, Churchland Chapel. Name: Florence C. Nuckols SSN: 720-14-6101 Last Residence: 23707  Portsmouth, Portsmouth City, Virginia Born: 15 Oct 1920 Died: 8 May 2005 State (Year) SSN issued: Railroad Board (Issued Through) (Before 1951 )

[NI5480] Researcher William Carr WMDCARR@aol.com

[DI5484] (The Virginian-Pilot, Tidewater, VA) today. Barry C. Nuckols Barry Clark Nuckols, 53, died Oct 19, 2000. A native of Portsmouth, V A, he was a member of Port Norfolk Baptist Church  and served in the U. S. Marines in Vietnam, where he was awarded three Purple Hearts for injuri es sustained in combat. Mr. Nuckols is survived by his mother, Floren ce C. Nuckols; a sister,  Cynthia N. Shelton of Portsmouth, VA; a brothe r, Royd M. Nuckols, Jr. and  his wife, Karen, of Coatesville, PA; three nieces, Elizabeth R. Nuckols of  Va. Beach, VA, Lori S. Ehlers and husband, Ron, of Portsmouth, VA, Dana S.  Baliya and husband, Tom, of Easthampt on MA; a nephew , Royd M. Nuckols III;  two great-nephews, Matthew and Nicholas Baliya; and many other dear and  close friends.  He was predeceas ed by his father, Royd M. Nuckols and  grandparents, Charles and Lucille Clark and Ernest and Mamie Nuckols. A graveside service will be held at 2 P .M. Sunday (Oct. 22, 2000) in  Churchland Baptist Cemetery by the Rev. Jam es R. Woodland.  The family will  receive friends from 7 to 8 P.M. tod ay at Loving Funeral Home, Churchland,  and other times at their residenc e. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial donations be made to M CV  LIver Transplant Program, P.O. box 980334, Richmond, VA 23298-03 34 or the  charity of the donor's choice. (NOTE - MCV stands for Medical C ollege of Virginia and Churchland is a  section of the city of Portsmout h, VA.) A health and wealth business. Name: Barry C. Nuckols SSN: 223-64-5523 Born: 25 May 1947 Died: 19 Oct 2000 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1963 )

[NI5491] Louisa co, VA Book: I, Page: 378, Grantor: James Overton, Grantee: Malcolm Hart, Date: 0 8-Jan-1778 Eliz. relinquishment (delivered with deed) 22 Nov 1797 by James Overton a nd Malcolm Hart. Rec. 8 Jan 1778. I James Overton of the county of Louisa state of Virginia do make my la st  will, and testament in the manner following, viz: 1st. It is my wili and desire that all my Just debts be paid. Seconddly. I hereby confirm to my son. WaIler Overtm the Negro. woman Pe gu heretofore given him. I also give my son Waller (2) a negro. man nam ed Allen, my house clock and twenty-five pounds to his and his heirs forev er upon condition of his not claiming any debt supposed to be due him fr om my estate. Thirdly I hereby confirm to my son Thomas Overton the proceeds of a negr oe woman Rhoda heretofore sold for his benefit. I also give to my said s on Thomas a negoe man named Frank and seventy five pounds to his and his h eirs forever. 4thly. I hereby confirm to my son John Overton, a negro man named Steph en heretofore delivered to him. I also give, to my said son John a negr o. man named Scipio a feather bed & furniture & seventy-five pounds to h is and his heirs forever on condition that he claims nothing of my esta te on account of money heretofore paid by him for me to my son Waller  Overton. 5thIy-  I hereby confirm, to my son Samuel Overton the proceeds of a negr o. man Ezeke heretofore sold  for his benifit. I also wili and bequea th to my son Samuel a negroe boy named Lewis or Lew, a feather bed & furni ture & seventy five pounds together with a writing desk & gun and the proc eeds of the sale of the Books  which my said son left with me and for whi ch I have paid him a valuable consideration. But it is not my intention th at my said son Samuel should have any control over the property bequeath ed to him except the power of willing it at his death or that it shou ld be applied to the payment of his debts but it is my will and desire th at it should remain in the hand of my son John Qverton in trust for the be nefit and support of my son Samuel & to be used for his use at the discret ion of my son John. 6thly I do hereby confirm to my daughter Ann Coleman the negroes Martin a nd Senna heretofore delivered to her. I also live to my daughter Ann one h orse of the value of fifty dollars to her and her heirs forever. 7thly I hereby confirm to my daughter Sarah Claybrooke the negroes Davy F ortune and Sary heretofore delivered to her. I also give my said daught er Sarah a negro woman named Letitia or Tisha, a negro girl named fool B ab & a mulatto child named Winston with their future increase one horse t he value of fifty dollars, one womans saddle to her and her heirs forever. 8thly I will bequeath to my grandson Samuel Overton Nelson a negroe girl n amed Any with her future increase one horse of the value of fifty dolla rs and one man saddle to him and his heirs forever. 9thly I will and bequeath to my son William Overton the negroes Primas a nd Patsy, with her future increase seventy five pounds one bed with furnit ure to remain in the hands & possession of John Clsybrooke in trust for t he support of my said son and in case my son William should die without re covering his reason so far as legally to dispose of the property herein be queathed to him it is to descend to the children of my daughter Sarah. 1Othly It is my desire and will that all the lands to which I say be entit led to in the State of Kentucky shall remain in the hands of & possessi on of my son John in trust for the use of my son Sam upon the same conditi on prescribed in the fifth clause of this my last will and testament. 11thly it is my will and desire that all the rest of estate both real a nd personal not herein before disposed of or mentioned, be sold by my Exec utors and the proceeds thereof after paying all my just debts and the lega cies herein bequeathed I give to my daughters Ann and Sarah and their hei rs forever. 12thly and lastly I hereby constitute and appoint my friends James Nels on and John Claybrooke my executors to this my last will and testament her eby revoking all others by me heretofore made. In testamony whereof I ha ve hereunto set my hand and seal this 14th day of December 1814. James Overton Signed and sealed and acknowledged in the presence of Frederick O Harris Geroge Tinsdale James Nelson Thomas Nuckols Book: J, Page: 585, Grantor: Charles Harris and Mary his wife, Grantee: Ja mes Cole Dickenson, Date: 12-Sep-1803 [blank] 1803 Charles Harris and Mary his wife of Louisa to James Cole Dick enson of same £26 for tract in Louisa adj. Capt. James Overton, tract of G eorge Boxley to sd. Dickenson, Mrs. Toler, road leading from Louisa Courth ouse to Hanover town containing 26 acres. Sig. Charles Harris, Mary Harri s. wit. R. Sandidge, Rich'd. Harris. John Waller. Rec. 12 Sep 1803. Book: J, Page: 588, Grantor: George Boxley and Catherine Cole his wife, Gr antee: James C. Dickenson, Date: 29-Mar-1803 George Boxley and Catherine Cole his wife of Louisa to James C. Dickens on of same £280 tract being part of a larger tract formerly property of Ge orge Barclay, dec'd. distributed to sd. Boxley in right of his wife o ne of the children of sd. George Barclay which division was made by mutu al consent of distributees containing 187 acres adj. James Overton. Sig. G eorge Boxley, Catharine Boxley. wit. Fredk. Harris, Eli Alexander, R. Sand idge. Book: B, Page: 271, Grantor: Thomas Emerson, Grantee: David Anderson, Dat e: 31-Dec-1757 Thomas Emerson of St. James Northam Par., Goochland Co. planter, and Mart ha his wife, to David Anderson of St. Martin's Par. Hanover £20 for 400 ac res in Fredericksville Par, granted to sd. Emerson by patent at Williamsbu rg 17 Mar 1736 ... Capt. Overton's line now John Overton's line) ...sou th fork of Little River ... Benjamin Henson's line ( Now Nicholas Gentrye s. Book: B, Page: 319, Grantor: David Anderson, Grantee: William Hogan, Dat e: 06-Feb-1759 David Anderson of St. Martin's Par. Hanover co. Planter and Elizabeth h is wife to William Hogan of Fredericksville Par. Louisa co. Planter £35 f or 400 acres in Fredericksville Par. granted to Thomas Emerson by pate nt at Williamsburg 17 Mar 1736; conveyed to sd. Anderson 31 Dec 1757 at h is own corner in Cap't. Overton's line, now John Overton's line ... Benjam in Henson's line, now Nicholas Gentryes Line. sig. David Anderson, Eliz. A nderson. Wit. William Anderson, John Jones Mark Whealer.

[NI5495] The last will aid testament of Thomas Overton, of Davidson County at sta te of Tennessee; Item 1. It is my will and desire that all my just debts be paid out or a ny funds or property as may seem most advantageous to my executors, here i nafter named. Item 2. I give and bequeath to my son Walter B. Overtvn one thousand dolla rs to be paId to him out or such funds or property as my executors a thi nk advisable. Item 3. I give and bequeath tomy  daughter Jane Moore one thousand dollar s, to be paid to her as aforesaid. Item 4. 1 give and bequeath to my two grandsons, Thomas Butler and John Bu tler, five hundred dollars each, to be paid to them when they become of ag e, or before, if for their education, or other useful purposes, it m ay be deemed advisable by  executors. Item 5. I devise to my daaghter Harriet B. Overton, and her heirs, the tra ct or land I purchased of John H. Camp. I also give and bequeath to  sa id daughter, and her neirs, the following negroes: Hyda, Caroline, Matild a, Letitia and Walker. Item 6. It is my will that after the before-mentioned legacies are put o ff to the aforesaid legatees, that Si of my property, both real and person al, be left in trust to my wife, Penelope Overton, to be by her kept and p ossessed for the space of seven years from the date of this my last will u nless, in the opinion of my executcrs, it may become necessary to distribu te it among my children by her begotten. In That event my executors an her eby auThorized to distribute it, by loan or otherwise, In as full and amp le a manner as I myself could do were I present; provided no one of t hE Is to receive more than his other equal portion of the whole of my esta te, It is my will that, during the time my wife has in trust my property befo re mentioned, she shall appropriate the rents, profits, and proceeds to t he education or my children, and for such other such usefull purpose s, as in the discretion of my executors, may seem to them most benefici al to  my children I do hereby appoint my brother, John Overton, said my friend General Andr ew Jackson, and my nephew Archibald W. OvertoL, executors to my last wi ll and testament. In witness whereof I hereunto set my hand and affix ed my seal , at my own home, this 24th day of January in the year of our L ord 1822. Thomas Overton (seal) Witness N B Pryor, amuel R Overton These provision of the will of Thomas Overton are set forth in the ca se of Gordon V Overton Vol 16 Tenn Reports pg 81. The report states "Gen O verton had two sets of children. The property after payment of debts and l egacies of one thousand dollars each to the three children of the first wi fe, was devised to the four living children of the second wife and Desce nt broken." The will of John Woodson, of Carters Ferry pro Cumberland Aug 26, 1793 men tions dau Sarah , late wife of Thomas Overton

[NI5501] Louisa Co, VA Book: G, Page: 308, Grantor: Justices, Grantee: John Overton, Date: 14-Aug -1793 Justices of Buckingham Co. whereas Wm. Johnson and Ann his wife and Ish am Johnson of Louisa, William Moss and Rebecca his wife of Buckingham, Ric hard Johnson and Sarah of Louisa, James Johnson and Keziah his wife of Lou isa, William Powers and Elizabeth Whitaker his wife of Goochland Co. and J ohn Johnson and Mary his wife of Louisa by deed 13 Sep 1792 conveyed to Jo hn Overton tract in Louisa County containing 200 acres more or les s. It is not convenient for Rebecca Moss wife of Wm. Moss to travel, relin quishment of her right of dower. Rec. in Louisa 14 Aug 1793 Book: G, Page: 393, Grantor: Wm. Johnson and Ann his wife, Isham Johnso n, Grantee: John Overton, Date: 13-Sep-1792 Wm. Johnson and Ann his wife, Isham Johnson of Louisa, William Moss and Re becca his wife of Buckingham, Richard Johnson and Sarah Johnson of Louis a, James Johnson and Kezekiah his wife of Louisa, William Powers and Eliza beth Whitaker and John Johnson and Mary his wife of Louisa #80 and #1 20 to John Overton land where James Johnson lately lived adjoining the lan ds of John Overton, Robert Duncan, Minor v. Anderson and each of our porti ons of Sarah Johnson's right of Dower at her death containing by estimati on 200 acres that is our 1/10 each and 1/10 of Sarah Johnson's dower as he reafter may be laid off to her sold by Wm. Johnson and Ann his wife, Ish am Johnson, James Johnson and Keziah his wife, William Powers and Elizabe th Whitaker his wife, and John Johnson and Mary his wife. Wit. Samuel Luc k, Robert Duncan, John Jackson, Jesse White, William Overton. 13 Sep 179 2. Rec. 12 Nov 1792 proved again 14 Apr 1794.

[NI5502] The will of Samuel Overton from Louisa Co, Va to Tennessee made 1809 and p robated 1823 mentions land at Pleasant Run, State of Kentucky, bequeath ed to me by my father James Averton, deceased, of Louisa Co, Va. He also m entions a brother John Overton , land in Kentucky. Mentions a nephew Samu el Overton Nelson; also a nephew John Samuel Ovetton Claybrook, money. Men tions Samuel O Murdock of Lincoln Co, TN, son of John Mudock. Mentions sis ter Sarah Claybrook, and her husband John. Also mentions sister Ann Colema n. Mentions my nbrother John Oveton and my two nephews Samuel and Jo hn W, sons of Waller Overton.

[NI5511] Descendants of this family from: E. D. Wilson

[NI5512] 4. Susan Nuckolls  -m- Samuel  b.1815  Va.  believe Samuel is Chaney b ut didn't write it down.     Now for a bit of info.  I have been searching my records for a Geor ge William Chaney. He was born in Alabam on Nov. 28, 1888. His father w as Albert Chaney, Mother was Amelia Jones Chaney who both died in 1893. Ge orge was brought to Filmore, Oklahoma, I.T., by his Uncle Ab Chaney in 190 6.  He married 14 year old Dovie Theresa Morris b. May 18, 1892 at Hoxba r, I.T. to DrudeMorris and Fanny Lowery Morris.   George moved to Ca in 1942 and died Feb. 1958. barb_1_61@yahoo.com

[NI5532] Mar. 13, 1884  Auburn Citizen, Auburn, Sangamon Co., IL page 5 col 3 Obitu ary Died, on Monday, the 10th last., at his residence four miles east of Aubur n, John Nuckolls, Sr., aged about 65 years. He has been in very feeble con dition of both body and mind for several years. The deceased was a nati ve of Grayson county, Virginia: came to Sangamon county with his paren ts in 1820; was married to Elizabeth Ricks who died, and he married Adali ne Rice, Who is left a widow. The funeral and burial took place at the O ld C. P. church, 4 miles northeast of this place, on Tuesday, Rev. W. Know les preaching the discourse. (copied from the Sangamon County, IL archiv es by Morris Myers). 1860 Sangamon Co, IL -pg 77 John Nuckolls 42 TN Elizabeth 42 KY Wm Abernathy 12 IL R A B Abewrnathy 10 IL In the 1870 Census, living next door is a possible son, Nuckolls, John M age 30 b IL Lavina age 30 IL Mary 8 IL Ronald or Richard age 3 IL 1870 Sangamon Co, Pawnee IL pg 279 188-188 John Nuckolls, 53, IL Adeline, 21 Thomas Sargent 14 Sarah Bon 25 Gilbert Sillman, 28 189-189 Mary E Nuckolls 50 Thomas, 32 George W 26 Edwardsville Intelligencer Edwardsville Illinois 01 December 1875 Treasurers and Surveyors- Sangamon- Mr John Nuckolls Edwardsville Intelligencer Edwardsville Illinois 19 December 1877 The settlement of Nuckolls, the retiring Democratic treasurer of Sangam on County presents some legal questions which will occupy the bench and t he bar for some time. The facts are as follows: The salary of the Treasur er who preceded Nuckolls was fixed at $2000 per year as treasurer and $10 00 as collector with an allowance for clerk hire. The action of the Coun ty Board fixing these salaries has never been changed and Nuckolls clai ms that in his settlement because the constitution provides that the sala ry of no officer shall be diminished during his term of office.........Nuc kolls insists upon his rights to draw all the pay of his predecessor, a nd will not settle on any other basis.

[NI5536] . MILTON LOCHRIDGE, who resides on section 4, Auburn Township, and whose p ortrait appears on the opposite page, is one of the extensive landowne rs of the county, his possessions aggregating some five hundred acres. F or many years he did an extensive business in farming and stock raising b ut has now partially retired from the more arduous duties of life, havi ng by his industry and enterprise in former years gained a handsome compet ence which supplies all his wants and leaves him a good surplus. The Lochridge family is of Scottish origin. The grandfather of our subjec t, John Lochridge, was born in Scotland and when a child accompanied his p arents to his country, the family locating in Virginia. At the early a ge of sixteen years he enlisted in the Colonial Army under Gen. Washingt on and served until the close of the war. During that time he had many nar row encounters with the Indians and often saved his life by swimming a str eam and thus escaping his savage foes. He was an expert swimmer, possess ed great strength, and a splendid physique, being strong and powerful, a nd tipping the beam at two hundred and thirty-five pounds. He became an ea rly settler of Indiana, where he had ample opportunity for indulging his l ove of hunting. He made farming his business and afterward removed to Mont gomery County, Ky., where he owned four hundred acres of land. Selling ou t, he came to Illinois in 1835 and with his son William located land in wh at is now Ball Township. He became one of the well-to-do citizens of the c ommunity, was prominent in public affairs, for thirty years was an Eld er in the Presbyterian Church and died at the very advanced age of ninety- four years at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Bridges. John Lochridge, the father of our subject, was born in Scott County, Ky ., where he was reared and followed farming and wagon making. He was an ex cellent mechanic and his taste in that direction led him to take up the la tter pursuit. In 1824 he removed to Owen County, Ky., where he owned and o perated five hundred acres of land. He also served as Colonel in the Sta te Militia. The year 1839 witnessed his arrival in Illinois. He purchas ed three hundred acres of land on Lick Creek, where William foster now liv es and engaged in farming until 1852, when attracted by the discovery of g old in California, he started with an ox team to make the overland trip b ut was taken sick and died in Sweet Water, Ore. He was known as Capt. Loch ridge and his genial manner made him many friends. In political sentime nt he was a Whig and in religious belief a Presbyterian. His wife, whose maiden name was Margery Killough, was a native of Pennsylv ania, and a daughter of James Killough, who was also born in the Keysto ne State and was of Welsh extraction. He became an early settler of Montgo mery County, Ky., and his farm of one hundred acres adjoined that of Eld er Lochridge. In 1823 he removed to Owen County, ind., and settling on Whi te River improved four or five one hundred acre tracts of land. His dea th there occurred. In his younger days he followed teaching. He was a fi ne scholar, also an excellent surveyor and in political sentiment was a Wh ig. The mother of our subject died in Montgomery County, Ky., at the ho me of her son James. Her children were, mrs. Nancy Hart, who died in India na; J. Milton of this sketch; James W., a farmer of Arkansas; Mrs. Mart ha J. Smith, of Chatham; Matthew K. died in California; Mrs. Elizabeth Cur vey in Chatham Township, and Andrew in Owen County, Ind., of cholera; Mr s. Louisa Steele, of Owen County, Ind. J. Milton Lochridge was born January 18, 1814, in Montgomery County, Ky ., in the midst of the famous Blue Grass region. Upon a farm he received h is first lessons in business life and in a log schoolhouse with its punche on floor, slab seats and greased paper windows, he acquired his literary e ducation. At the age of ten years the family went to Indiana but he spe nt about as much time in Kentucky as in that State. In 1837 he came to Ill inois with his grandfather to help him bring a quantity of money which w as carried in their saddle-bags, our subject having $1,100 in specie wi th him. He then settled upon his father's farm and remained at home unt il his marriage, which was celebrated July 2, 1840, in Auburn Townshi p. He married Miss Jane Nuckolls, who was born in Madison County, Ill., Oc tober 11, 1819, and is a daughter of James Nuckolls, a native of Virgini a. When a babe of a year she was brought by her parents to this county whe re her maidenhood days were spent. Mr. Lochridge made his first purchase of land in 1839, becoming the own er of one hundred acres of land in Chatham township, upon which he locat ed at the time of his marriage. In 1841 he traded that farm for one hundr ed and ten acres in Ball Township, and after improving that tract and plac ing it under cultivation, he sold it in 1848 and purchased raw land in Cha tham Township. Not a furrow had been turned thereon but he broke prairi e, built a house and after a few years sold for $25 per acre what he pa id only $2.50 per acre for. He also owned thirty acres of timber land whi ch he disposed of about the same time, investing his money in three hundr ed acres on section 4, Auburn township, for which he paid $20 per acr e. It has many times increased in value and by subsequent purchase the bou ndaries of his farm have been extended until at one time he owned six hund red acres. His possessions now aggregate five hundred acres, upon which a re three good residences, miles of fencing, good barns, outbuildings and t wo large windmills and tanks. The place is watered by Painter Creek and the home is pleasant situated wi thin a mile of Auburn. Mr. Lochridge has devoted much time to sheep raisin g, to breeding Poland-China hogs and raising Short-horn cattle. He former ly operated extensively as a stock raiser and shipped about one hundred a nd twenty head of cattle per year. His horses at the county fair frequent ly received the first premiums and no animal of an inferior grade was ev er found upon his farm. He now has a fine carriage team and other stock, a lthough to a great extent he has retired from that line of business. The family of Mr. and Mrs. Lochridge numbers five children: John W., who a ssists his father in the management of the farm; James M. and Andr ew H. at home; and Robert and Charles E. who are married and reside on t he old homestead. James was in the one hundred days service during the la te war. Mr. Lochridge has identified himself with the best interests of to wn and county. The cause of education has ever found in him a warm frien d; he helped to build the first schoolhouse in Auburn and for fourteen con secutive years was a School Director. He belongs to the Cumberland Presbyt erian Church of Ball Township, is open-hearted, liberal with his means a nd has the respect of all who know him. In politics he is a stanch Republi can and was a warm friend of President Lincoln. He has frequently serv ed as delegate to the county conventions and four times was elected Superv isor of his township, overcoming a Democratic majority of sixty-five. On July 2, 1890, Mr. and Mrs. Lochridge celebrated their fiftieth weddi ng anniversary and the same groomsman and bridesmaid of half a century a go attended them. Many friends gathered to wish them happy returns of t he day and the historian joins them in wishing the worthy couple many mo re years of happy wedded life. Source_http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilsangam/1891/lochridge.htm PORTRAIT & BIOGRAPHICAL ALBUM OF SANGAMON COUNTY, ILLINOIS Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1891

[NI5538] Thomas P. Bond b. 11 Jul 1812 Bertie Co. (said in obit. to be Burton, b ut no such county exists), NC, raised in TN, d. 25 Dec 1879 in train wre ck near Berden, Greene Co., IL. Moved to Montgomery Co., IL in 1835. Nam ed Col. by Illinois State Militia in 1840. Member of Illinois legislatur e. First m. abt 1838, KY or IL to Elizabeth McKenzie Stevenson b. 4 Feb 18 15 Christian Co., KY, d. 24 Mar 1849 Taylorville, Christian Co., IL, 4 chi ldren. Second m. 31 Jul 1849 Sangamon Co., IL to Anne Nuckolls b. 23 Aug 1 822 Sangamon Co., IL, d. 13 Nov 1897 Sangamon Co., IL. No children. Illinois Sesquincentenial edition of Christian Co, IL Histoyr , Jacksonvil le, ILL Printed by Production Press 1968. History of Bear Creek Township Col Bond settled at a pont of timber on Sec 23, theplace is now owned by J ames M SImpson. The farm was familiarly called Bond's Point. At an early p eriod the first post office established on Bear Creek, was known by that n ame. It was a noted place for the weary traveler to lodge; and its popul ar proprietor was equally noted for his generous hospitality. He too buri ed two wives in the old Bear Creek Cemetery. His third wife was formey a M iss Nuckols of Sugar Creek, Sangamon County, but when he married her she w as the widow of Graham. He moved to Sangamon County and settld in Aubur n, and in December 1879 he was killed by an accident on the Chicago and Al ton railroad, near Berdan in Greene County, ILL.

[NI5539] Illinois Sesquincentenial edition of Christian Co, IL Histoyr , Jacksonvil le, ILL Printed by Production Press 1968. History of Bear Creek Township William H Graham, the former husband of the widow of the late Col Bon d, an early settler, was drowned in the South Fork near "Half Acre" on t he 4th of July 1844.

[NI5540] Dau of Thomas Wilson and Elizabeth Gardner

[DI5542] Social Security Death Index about Mary Nuckels Name: «tab»Mary Nuckels «tab» SSN: «tab»328-09-5157 Born: «tab»21 Dec 1918 Last Benefit: «tab»61701  Bloomington, Mclean, Illinois, Died: «tab»Mar 1983 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Illinois (Before 1951)

[NI5543] James appears at home in 1860 census even though him and Nancy were married in 1859. Nancy does not appear in the household of her parents.

[NI5546] PORTRAIT & BIOGRAPHICAL ALBUM OF SANGAMON COUNTY, ILLINOIS Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1891 Page 212 THOMAS J. NUCKOLLS occupies an honorable position among the members of t he bar of Sangamon County. He is engaged in the practice of his professi on at Auburn, his place of residence, and also in Springfield. Besides att ending to his law business he is Notary Public and a dealer in real esta te and acts as Collector. The father of our subject, C. D. Nuckolls, was born in Grayson County, Va ., March 2, 1805. He was a son of James Nuckolls, who was of English desce nt and was born January 5, 1777, in Botetourt County, Va., and was a soldi er in the Revolution. He was a farmer and mechanic and was engaged at h is vocations in Grayson County, Va., where he was married to Janey Swif t, a native of that county who was born March 2, 1781. Mr. Nuckolls beca me one of the early pioneers of Madison County, in this State, where he lo cated in 1818. In 1820 he came to Auburn Township, and was one of its earl iest settlers. He accumulated a valuable property and during his life w as an extensive farmer. The father of our subject learned the various trades of a carpenter, cabin et-maker and wheelwright, and was considered a very fine mechanic. In t he early days of Springfield he was one of its leading business men and w as there extensively engaged as a carpenter and builder. He bought a l ot in that city for $12 and a few years later sold it to Sangamon County f or $1,200 for a site for the present court house. Mr. Nuckolls was a man of superior intelligence and was greatly interest ed in medicine, of which he made a special study during his leisure hour s. In 1855 he attended lectures at McDowell's College, St. Louis, Mo., w as graduated from that institution in 1856 and from that time until his de ath November 19, 1865, at the age of sixty-one years was actively engag ed in practice. He was a man of means and owned a large farm of six hundr ed acres of land in Auburn Township. He was a Whig in early life and aft er the formation of the Republican party was one of its sturdiest supporte rs. In him the Methodist Episcopal Church found an active member whose lib erality greatly aided in its upbuilding. The mother of our subject, Mary (Wilson) Nuckolls, was born in Roanoke Cou nty, Tenn., and was a daughter of Thomas Wilson, who was born in one of t he pioneer homes of that State. He was a planter while he lived there b ut owned no slaves. Preferring to live in a free State, in 1828 he ca me to what then formed a part of this county, making the journey with te am and wagon, and was one of the early settlers in what is now Clear Cre ek Township, Christian County. He died soon after he settled there. The ve nerable mother of our subject is a welcome inmate of his household, a nd is now past seventy-eight years of age, and is a faithful member of t he Methodist Episcopal Church. Eight children came of her marriage with M r. Nuckolls of whom the following is recorded: Margaret Jane, who marri ed R. W. Ricks and died in this county; Thomas J.; James W., who married a nd died in this county, leaving one child; John W., who is a merchant at P awnee; George W., a physician at Tintah, Minn.; Mary e., Mrs. N. R. Lockri dge, of Pawnee; Charles W., a farmer in Auburn Township; and Nancy A., w ho died at the age of six years. The gentleman of whom these notes are written was born in Auburn Townshi p, December 6, 1834, and is a worthy representative of a sterling pione er ancestry. His boyhood and youth were passed in a log house that was sit uated on the unbroken prairies in the edge of the timber. He was very you ng when he commenced to assist his father on the farm and he was only sev en years old when he was intrusted with the labor of plowing land, plowi ng with the old-fashioned moldboard plow drawn by oxen. His school advanta ges were such as were afforded to the boys of pioneer days. Education w as then conducted in primitive log houses which were furnished with pla nk desks and slab seats and were attended by the boys mostly in the wint er season. He was studious, fond of his books, and liked debating, thus ea rly showing a gift that has been beneficial to him as a lawyer. He early d isplayed a taste for the legal profession, and used to read law books a nd was interested in looking up law cases. He finally began to practice be fore the local courts and tried his first case when under seventeen yea rs old in Ball Township under Squire Burtle. He used to attend court in Sp ringfield, and while listening to such lawyers as Col. Baker, Abraham Linc oln and Stephen A. Douglas, gained much knowledge of law. Our subject w as then a boy, carrying water to the cradlers in the field, when he fir st saw the future President Lincoln. When Mr. Nuckolls was eighteen years old his fellow-citizens who were watc hing his course with pride, had such confidence in his knowledge of the l aw that they put a good many cases in his hands and in one day he tried ei ght before Squire Burtle. He continued his studies at home and subsequent ly read with Geo. W. Murray two years and was admitted to the bar in Jun e, 1880. In 1881 he went to Arkansas and was in Judsonia White's law offi ce and practiced with him one year. He had gone thither to try the climat e, but as it did not agree with his wife he returned to this county in 188 2, and has since been engaged as before stated. He is a man of weight in h is community, and is looked up to by all for the integrity of his characte r. He is connected with the Masonic fraternity and with the Royal Arch Mas ons here, and is identified with the Council at Springfield. He belon gs to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, and the Modern Woodmen of Amer ica and was a member of the Grange. He was connected with the Methodist Ep iscopal Church and is liberal in his support of all denomination s. He is a stalwart Democrat, but departed from the traditions of his par ty to support Abraham Lincoln in his candidacy for the Presidency. He h as been a delegate to County conventions and his wisdom has been of benef it to his party. Mr. Nuckolls has also been interested in the agriculture of his native cou nty and has contributed to advance it. He engaged first in farming and sto ck raising on the old homestead in Auburn Township, improving and operati ng it with his father. They were together when he sold out in 1880. He us ed to ship stock directly to St. Louis, Mo., and he has in his life driv en stock to that city, making the long journey on foot and finding it ha rd work. In 1863 he went to New Orleans with two hundred cattle just aft er the blockade was raised. In pioneer times when he was a boy he us ed to be very fond of hunting, and has run down many a deer on the prair ie and engaged in many a wolf hunt. Mr. Nuckolls was married in Springfield in 1871 to Miss Martha A. Brun k, a native of Cotton Hill and a daughter of George Brunk. For his ancestr al history see sketch of M. F. Brunk, of Cotton Hill. Mrs. Nuckolls is a w oman of superior tact and is highly regarded by her neighbors and friend s. In her the Presbyterian church finds one of its most valued members. M r. and Mrs. Nuckolls have three children: Lillie J., aged nineteen year s; Leona A., ten years old; and John Frank, seven years of age. Lillie J ., a scholar of marked ability, is a graduate of the High School and f or a year has been studying medicine at the Woman's Medical College of Chi cago, of which she is the youngest pupil in attendance. History of Sangamon County, Illinois : together with sketches of its citie s, villages and townships, educational, religious, civil, military, and po litical history, portraits of prominent persons, and biographies of repres entative citizens : history of Illinois, embracing accounts of the pre-his toric races, aborigines, Winnebago and Black Hawk Wars, and a brief revi ew of its civil, political and military history. Chicago: Inter-State Pub. Co., 1881, 1059  pgs. Chapter XXV. Agriculture a nd agricultural societies Pg 549 T J Nuckols

[DI5547] Name: «tab»Martha A. Nuckolls Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Death Date: «tab»30 Mar 1920 Death Place: «tab»Auburn, Sangamon, Illinois Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»70 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1850 Birth Date: «tab»08 Jan 1850 Birthplace: «tab»Cotton Hill Township, Illinois Father: «tab»George Brunk Father's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Father's Birth Place: «tab»not known, U.S.A. Mother: «tab»Eliza Armstrong Mother's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab»Virginia Occupation: «tab»House wife Residence: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Spouse: «tab»F. J. Nucholls Spouse's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Spouse's Birthplace: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»03 Apr 1920 Burial Place: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4008091 Image Number: «tab»2349 Film Number: «tab»1562481 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 14751 Source Citation "Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3NT-GY2 : accessed 7 June 2012), Martha A. Nuckolls, 1920.

[DI5548] NUCKOLLS, JOHN W «tab» 1903-06-24 «tab» CHICAGO «tab» 64 YR «tab»U «tab»«tab»«tab» 00012413 «tab» COOK

[DI5549] Name: «tab»Laurie Nuckalls Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Death Date: «tab»23 Feb 1920 Death Place: «tab»Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»72 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1848 Birth Date: «tab»1848 Birthplace: «tab»Illinois Father: «tab»Alfred Pyle Father's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Father's Birth Place: «tab»Illinois Mother: «tab»Malind Padfred Mother's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab»Illinois Occupation: «tab»Housewife Residence: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Spouse: «tab»John W Nuckalls Spouse's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Spouse's Birthplace: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»26 Feb 1920 Burial Place: «tab»Springfield, Ills. Cemetery: «tab»Oak Ridge Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4008089 Image Number: «tab»1895 Film Number: «tab»1562479 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 9308 rn 226 Source Citation "Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3NR-PV8 : accessed 8 June 2012), Laurie Nuckalls, 1920.

[NI5550] In 1891 he was practicing medicine in Tintah, Traverse, MN Note***(source FAG) Written about Tintah... They got themselves quite a little town going. About 1886 everything was going pretty good. There was J. R. Davison, and another fellow by the name of Mr. Michaels. There was a P. A. Putnam and E. P. Miller. They got a doctor in too, by the name of Nuckolls...that had quite a town agoin' there for awhile until that fire started and wiped out all of main street [sic] except for the two buildings. Geroge W appears in the 1860 Index of Sangamon Co, Springfield IL on pg 19 5. A review of that page does not reveal him. The page before and after we re also checked.

[DI5552] Name: «tab»Chas. William Nuckolls Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Death Date: «tab»03 Jul 1943 Death Place: «tab»Urbana, Champaign, Illinois Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»95 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1848 Birth Date: «tab»27 May 1848 Birthplace: «tab»Ball Tp., Sangamon, Ill. Father: «tab»Chas. D. Nuckolls Father's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Father's Birth Place: «tab»Va. Mother: «tab»Mary Wilson Mother's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab»N.C. Occupation: «tab»Re-farmer Residence: «tab»Urbana, Champaign, Illinois Street Address: «tab» Spouse: «tab»Margaret Julis Spouse's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Spouse's Birthplace: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»05 Jul 1943 Burial Place: «tab»Ball Township, Sangamon, Illinois Cemetery: «tab»Sugar Creeck Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4205264 Image Number: «tab»2394 Film Number: «tab»1983456 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»CN 26653 Source Citation "Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3H8-FL9 : accessed 7 June 2012), Chas. William Nuckolls, 1943.

[DI5553] Name: «tab»Margaret Julia Nuckolls Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Death Date: «tab»15 Mar 1922 Death Place: «tab»Urbana, Champaign, Illinois Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»71 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1851 Birth Date: «tab»24 Oct 1850 Birthplace: «tab»Chatham, Illinois Father: «tab»Morrison M. Moore Father's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Father's Birth Place: «tab»Shenandoah Co., Virginia Mother: «tab»Elizabeth Crow Mother's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab»Christian Co, Kentucky Occupation: «tab»Housewife Residence: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Spouse: «tab»Charles William Nuckolls Spouse's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Spouse's Birthplace: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»18 Mar 1922 Burial Place: «tab»Chatham, Ill Cemetery: «tab» Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4008113 Image Number: «tab»101 Film Number: «tab»1570831 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»Rn 22 Source Citation "Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NQ59-YMH : accessed 7 June 2012), Charles William Nuckolls in entry for Margaret Julia Nuckolls, 1922.

[DI5558] Name: «tab»Mary E. Nuckalls Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»28 Jun 1914 Event Place: «tab»Murfreesboro, Rutherford, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»70 Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»18 Mar 1844 Birthplace: «tab»Tenn Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»E.L. Jordan Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn Mother: «tab»Mary E. Jordan Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn Occupation: «tab» Street Address: «tab»E. Main St Residence: «tab»Murfreesboro, Tenn Cemetery: «tab»Evergreen Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»29 Jun 1914 Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183024 Image Number: «tab»1161 Film Number: «tab»1299628 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»v 45 cn 423 Source Citation "Tennessee, Death Records, 1914-1955," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N9GR-FWB : accessed 28 May 2012), Mary E. Nuckalls, 1914.

[NI5559] The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 85 page 258 Mrs. Florence Nuckolls Bilbro. DAR ID Number: 84665 Born in Huntsville, Ala. Wife of Dr. W. C. Bilbro. Descendant of William Jordan, as follows: 1. Garrett S. Nuckolls (1844-71), m. 1869, Mary Jordan (b. 1844). [p.258] 2. Edward L. Jordan (1817-99), m. 1840, Martha Fletcher (1821-52 ). 3. Archer Jordan (1770-1833), m. 1795, Elizabeth Walker (1774-1822). 4. William Jordan, m. 1769, Sally Wood (b. 1753). William Jordan (1748-1822) received pay for service, 1781, in the Virgin ia Line during the Revolution. He was born in Virginia; died in Triune, Te nn.

[DI5559] The Nashville Tennessean, Sunday, Jan 16, 1944 Mrs Florence N Bilbro Prayer services fro Mrs Florence Nuckolls Bibbro, wife of the late Dr William Bilbro Sr, who died early yesterday morning at her home, 3104 West End Avenue, following two months illness, will be held at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon at the residence. Dr Austin Crouch, executive secretary of the Southern Baptist Sunday School Board, and Dr Merrill D Moore will officiate, and burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery in Murfreesboro at 3:45 o'clock. Mrs Bilbro was born in Huntsville, Ala, the daughter of the late Mary Elizabeth Jordan and Dr Garrett Sandidge Nuckolls. Following the death of her father when she was but a few months old, she and her mother moved to Murfreesboro to make their home with her grandfather, the late Edward Leland Jordan. She was educated at Dr Price's Female Academy and Ward's Seminary here and married Dr Bilbro in 1892. At Dr Bilbro's retirement in 1921 they moved to Nashville. Mrs Bilbro was at one time regent of the Col Hardy Murfree Chapter of the DAR at Murfreesboro and held membership in the Campbell Chapter here after moving to Nashville. She was also a member of the executive board of the Old Woman's Home. She is survived by one son, Dr W C Bilbro of Nashville; and five grandchildren, Mrs W H Lambeth Jr of Detroit, Mrs Boyd Jones of Nashville, S-Sgt William Caldwell Bilbro, US Army Medical Corps in Italy, Cpl Berryman H Bilbro, US Army Air Force overseas, Edward Leland Bibbro of Nashville, and one great grandchild, Florence Lambeth of Detroit, Mich. Pallbearers Gillespie Sykes, Clifford Lane, Dr W G Trulock, Dr C M Hamilton, Dr J S Read, R N Coolidge, G S Ridley, Frank Martin, Penn Crockett, W H Lambeth, C B Leatherman, Edgar Rogers, Minus Fletcher, Sam Jordan, Hugh Hooper, J A Ridley. Name: «tab»Florence Nucholls Bilbro Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»15 Jan 1944 Event Place: «tab»Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»72-8-8 Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»07 May 1870 Birthplace: «tab»Huntsville, Ala. Spouse: «tab»W.C. Bilbro Father: «tab»Garrett S. Nucholls Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ala. Mother: «tab»Mary E. Jordan Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Rutherford, Tenn. Occupation: «tab»housewife Street Address: «tab»3402 West End Ave. Residence: «tab»Nashville, Davidson, Tenn. Cemetery: «tab»Evergreen Burial Place: «tab»Murfreesboro Burial Date: «tab»16 Jan 1944 Informant: Dr W C Bilbro Jr«tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184885 Image Number: «tab»339 Film Number: «tab»2137343 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn292

[NI5560] I received the message below from Florence Parman brief history starts with William Bilbrough who was born in England and appears to be the first of that name to come to America as a headright of Captain Henry Browne in 1637. There is a Thomas Bilbro will in 1718 the children named in his will were John, Thomas, James, Jean (Jane), Sarah and El izabeth. The second Thomas was the father of our William of Botetourt C o. William names his children John, Thomas, James, Sarah, Susannah and Eli zabeth. John was born in 1697 in Surry Co. VA and died February 05, 17 73 in Prince George Co. VA, he married Betty Heath and had a number of chi ldren, one of whom was Berryman born before 1760 in Surry, VA and he married 1) Diane (Dicey) Charles a, 16, 1782 in Greenville Co., VA. Berryman and Dicey had children, one of whom was  William born 3/16/1795 in North Carolina and died March 2, 1852 in Wilson Co., TN. William was the father of Berryman Harvey Bilbro, M. D. who married Sarah Jane Sublett (french Huguenot ancestry) and they lived in Milton (just out from Murfreesboro ). They had children one of whom was William Caldwell Bilbro, M. D.of Milton, TN and Nashville. He married Florence Jordan Nuckolls (Maw) and they had a son, William Caldwell Bilbro, Jr. M. D.

[HI5564] (Research):From census records, we can place Elizabeth's birth date at between 1800 - 1810.  According to her marriage records, her mother was named Sarah Kuckles. At this writing, it is not clear who Elizabeth Knuckles Skinner's father might have been. Parentage not proven. The Nuckolls Society used dates and locations in Jefferson Co, KY, as was Edward T' s location before moving to Missouri.

[NI5565] This family line and research provided by Peggy Fuller, 10223 Monrovia, Le nelca, KS 66215 sschaffer@socal.rr.com (Scott Schaffer) bonsaii@everestkc.net datwylknology.net Rozier Detwylder ( address does not look valid wi th no @ sign) Skinner, Toliver State : KY   County : Washington Co. Year : 1830  Pa ge # : 195:  Toliver Skinner and his wife are 20-30 years old, they have t wo sons under 5 and two daughters under 5. Taliaferro is next listed in official records as Toliver Skinner, and appe ars on the Marion CO., KY, tax lists in 1834 with one horse valued at $4 0.  In 1836 he owns 120 acres valued at $1377, probably located on Pete rs Creek.  His last appearance on the tax lists is in 1843, when he owns 1 31 acres on Logan Creek valued at $200. Skinner, Solifero State : KY County : Marion Co. Year : 1840 Page # : 311 In 1840, Taliaferro is indexed as Solifero Skinner in Marion CO, KY on pa ge 311.   The microfilm however reads, Talifero Skinner.  He lists 3 mal es under 5, 1 male 5-10, 1 male 10-15 and he is 30-40.  Females listed inc lude 1 under 5, 2 are between the ages of 5-10, and his wife is 30-40. Here he is in 1850 and his wife is no longer listed.  We assume that she d ied, possibly in 1848 in childbirth since their is a two year old chil d. In the 1850 census we find Taliaferro and the children and it is assum ed that Elizabeth has died before that census but an exact date has not be en determined.  Their youngest daughter is named Elizabeth, and was bo rn in 1848.  Taliaferro does remarry before the 1860 census. 1850 Census, Dist 1, City of Louisville, Jefferson CO., KY, Aug page 26. L ine 10, dwelling 335, family 455.  Taliaferro Skinner is 46, a Laborer bo rn in VA, Sons Shannon 20, and George 17, are both born in KY and are work ing as Sadlers.  This seems to indicate that Taliaferro was in KY as ear ly s 1830. Sophronia is the eldest daughter, age 11.  Younger siblings a re Mary aged 7,Bannister aged 5, Josephine age 4, and Elizabeth age 2.  A ll children were born in KY. He remarries in 1866 to Elizabeth Servant and has two more children by her . 1860:  Skinner, T. L. State : KY County : Jefferson Co. Location : 1 W Louisville Year : 1860 Page # : 255 The Probate Estate of Taliferro Skinner, Will Book 1, p. 36-37 was probat ed January 31, 1870, showing wife Elizabeth. Alexander D. Beck, was appoin ted Executor and guardian of children; also named was Sarah F. Servant, El izabeth Jane Servant, Isabella Skinner and Taliferro L. Skinner (Jr.?) Ale xander D. Beck, Adm. Bond 11 Feb 1870 = Sarah F. Servance Beck legat ee of Taliferro Skinner renounced all her rights of the will of said Talif erro as heir of her sister, Elizabeth J. Servant, another legatee in fav or of Taliferro Skinner, Jr. and Isabelle Skinner and authorized Execut or to pay same to guardian of said children. The Final Account filed by Ex ecutor 4 April 1873: By terms of will, he was to pay Sarah F. Beck and Eli zabeth J. Servant [who were adults] when minor children became of age $100 .00 and balance to minor children, Taliferro Skinner, Jr. and Isabelle Ski nner. Elizabeth J. Servant died intestate leaving as her only heir, Sar ah F. Beck, who renounced all interest in said estate to minor heirs. Th en this added information: T. S. Skinner had married Elizabeth Serva nt 10 Sept 1866 in Martin Co., IN. I know that Taliaferro's older brother Richard Skinner, born 1790 in Nels on Co., VA, The earliest information available for Richard Skinner is in t he 1811 Nelson Co., Virginia, tax lists when he appears with Burdit Skinne r.  He moved to KY about 1817 and is in the 1819 Washington CO., KY, tax l ists with 170 acres on Peters Creek valued at $1420.  He continues to Mari on CO., tax lists through 1851, when he owns 200 acres on Pleasant run val ued at $3173.  The tax lists gave the first indication that he had brothe rs named Toliver, (Taliaferro) Price and Roswell -- all born in Virgini The father, Burdit or Burdett Skinner died prior to April 26, 1813, bas ed on an administrator's bond for his estate.  Taliaferro would have be en a minor at that time.  It is reasonable to assume that the family ma de at least one trip back to VA and that this is when Taliaferro met and m arried Elizabeth Knuckles. I know that my ancestor, Sophronia married and went to MO.  That also para llels the migration pattern of the Edward T. Nuckolls family bonsaii@evere stkc.net

[NI5566] Widows Claim for Pension: dated Feb 19, 1886, Sophronia states that she w as married when she was fifteen years old.  She ran away from home to g et married.  There were two witnesses at the wedding but are deceased at t his time.  There was no church record.  The marriage certificate was recor ded in Lebanon, Marion County Kentucky.  The records were destroyed by fire in Le banan, KY in July 1863.  She states that her maiden name was Sophron ia A. Skinner and she was married to Benjamine Hayner on June the 5th 1854 .

[NI5567] He served in , Co I,  7th Regiment  MO Vol Union Calvary.  He was in Capt. Pounce's regiment in Marshall, MO.  The discharge states he was 38 years o f age 5 feet 10, black hair, and hazel eyes. .  He enlisted on August 7, 186 2, and was only in for three months.  His wife Sophronia A. Hayner drew a pension until her death.  He received a medical discharge 27th February 18 63 for chronic hepatitis contracted four months previously.  Source - Certifi cate of Disability for Discharge.  His certificate of discharge states th at he was born in NY.

[NI5569] Frederick Post, Frederick Maryland Aug 25 1982 Mrs Marcia Cole Nuckols, 77, Purcellviee, Va died Monday Aug 23 at Loudo un Memorial Hospital, Leesburg, VA. She was born Nov 6 1904 near Hillsbor o, VA, a dau of the late Guy J and Florence Elizabeth Kelly Bramhall. M rs Nuckols attended the Purcellville Assembly of God Church. She was a practical nurse and worked in a Richmond, Va nursing home for a number of yea rs prior to retirement. Survivors by her first marriage to the late Charles Lester Cole are two sons, Fred Cole, Tampa Fl and Lester Cole, Middleburg, Va; three daughters, Evelyn Painter of Purcellville, Ruth Payne of Fal ls Church Va and Elizabeth Williams, Leesburg, Va; 13 grandchildren and ni ne great grandchildren. Mrs Nuckols also is survived by one step-son, J oe Nuckols, Richmond Va and one step-daughter Martha Swenson of Florida. M rs Nuckols second Husband, Harry S Nuckols, preceded her in death in 197 1. Funeral services for Mrs Nuckols will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday A ug 25th at the Purcellville Assembly of God Church with the Revs Dougl as M Mullen , Thomas E Jennings and Amos Dodge officiating. Interment wi ll be in Hillsboro Cemetery, Hillsboro, Va. Bearers will be Mrs Nuckols gr andsons. The family will receive friends Aug 24. Contributions may be ma de to the Purcellville Assemby of God Church.

[NI5575] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Joel W Nuckols Birth Year: 1912 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Virginia County or City: Henrico Enlistment Date: 11 Jan 1943 Enlistment State: Virginia Enlistment City: Richmond Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA Grade: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Education: 3 years of high school Marital Status: Married Height: 72 Weight: 156 Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - March 28, 1999 Deceased Name: Nuckols, Joel Woodrow Nuckols, Joel Woodrow, 86, of Rockville, a World War II Army veteran, a re tired Philip Morris mechanic, husband of Margaret Snead Nuckols.

[NI5576] Richmond Times-Dispatch Date: 04-21-2000 Edition: City NUCKOLS Mrs. Margar et Snead Nuckols, age 86, of Rockville, passed away at St. Mary's Hospit al  on Monday evening April 17, 2000 after a series of strokes. Born to An drew Broaddus Snead and  Gay Vaughan Snead, she grew up in Richmond and gr aduated from John Marshall High School and  from the College of William a nd Mary (1935). There she was a member of Kappa Delta and  continued activ ely in the Fidelis Chapter of her sorority until the time of her death.  A fter college graduation, Mrs. Nuckols began a career of teaching and libra ry work which  took her to Buckingham, Goochland and Blackstone High Schoo ls and eventually back to Richmond,  where she was a librarian at Binfo rd Middle School for over 20 years. She retired in 1976  after more th an 35 years in public education. She remained active in her retireme nt in the  Rockville Garden Club and in the functions of Beta Chapter, Alp ha Delta Kappa and of the Olde  Guarde of William and Mary. Mrs. Nuckols w as preceded in death by her husband of 59 years,  Joel Woodrow Nuckols; a nd her young son, Woody. She is survived by her son, Joel Woodrow Nuck ol s III; her daughter-in-law, Rebecca Jane Nuckols; three grandchildre n, Joel, Mary Margaret  and Virginia Nuckols; and by several nieces and ne phews. Her family will receive friends from  5:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Frida y, April 21 at the West Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home, 11020 West  Bro ad St. A graveside service will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, Apr il 22 at Forest Lawn  Cemetery. Name: Margaret S. Nuckols SSN: 230-12-4852 Last Residence: 23146  Rockville, Hanover, Virginia, United States of Amer ica Born: 25 Feb 1914 Died: 17 Apr 2000 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI5578] Foot Prints on the Sands of Time: A History of Southwestern Virginia and N orthwestern North Carolina by Dr. A. B. Cox Originally published by The Star Pub. Co. Print, Spart a, N.C. John Clemens--whose wife was a Miss Nuckolls--lived at Grayson Old Court H ouse. He kept a hotel. Their sons were Frank, Logan, and John, their daugh ter Julie. John went to Nebraska and was the first person buried in the ce metery at Nebraska City.

[NI5583] From:JONVIRZI@aol.com IAM THE GRANDSON OF ELSIE ARCHER SILVA, OF SAN JOSE.  SHE WAS THE FIRST CO USIN OF YOUR MOTHER LUCIA ARCHER WATTS JESSEE  OF SAINT HELENA, PRESUMI NG THAT IS WHO YOU ARE.  I HAVE IN MY POSSESSION THE ARCHER FAMILY BIBLE W HICH HAS BIRTHDATES OF ALL 8 CHILDREN OF GEORGE ARCHER  AND POLLY ANN PHIL LIPS, THE GRANDPARENTS OF LUCY ARCHER.  SAMUEL NELSON ARCHER WAS BO RN  22 MARCH 1852 AND DIED 9 APRIL 1896. JEFFEE NUCKOLLS WAS BORN 11 JANUA RY 1862 AND DIED 8 JANUARY 1942.   I THOUGHT KENNETH JESSEE WAS AN ONLY CH ILD, OTHER THAN AN OLDER HALF SISTER, LEAH WATTS, WHO DIED AT 9 YEARS OF A GE, ACCORDING TO MY LATE GRANDMOTHER.   IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN HAVING T HE ARCHER FAMILY BIBLE, LET ME KNOW.   I HAVE MANY PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE ARCH ERS, AS WELL AS A COPY OF GEORGE ARCHER'S WILL-----THE GEORGE ARCHER WHO W AS THE GRANDFATHER OF LUCY, THAT IS. no name left with email

[BI5595] CADI birth date 1919, but he was 3 yrs and 6 months old in the 1920 census

[DI5595] Funeral services for Melvin J. Nuckolls, who died Thursday at Peninsula Hospital, will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Sneider and Sullivan Funeral Home in San Mateo. Buckolls, 56, 1545 Floribunda Ave., Burlingame, was a chemist with the federal government and a member of San Mateo Lodge 226 F&A M. He was a native of San Francisco and had resided in Burlingame the pa st 30 years. Survivors include his wife, Theo of Burlingame; a son Jerro ld and a daughter, Mrs. Judy Tannehill, both of San Jose; a brother, Leonard of Menlo Park; and five grandchildren. Private inturment will be at Skylawn Memorial Park. San Mateo Times, page 10, Saturday, August 16, 1975 California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Melvin J Nuckolls Social Security #: 560102502 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 3 Jun 1919 Birthplace: California Death Date: 14 Aug 1975 Death Place: San Mateo

[DI5596] San Jose M-N (CA); 2003-1-17; bjw San Jose (CA) Mercury News, Friday, January 17, 2003  p. 9B NUCKOLLS, Leonard, 83, of Palo Alto, died Jan. 14, 2003.  Private services have been held.  Arrangements by the Los Altos Chapel of Spangler Mortuaries. Los Altos (CA) Town Crier, Wednesday, January 22, 2003  p. 10 NUCKOLLS, Leonard, of Palo Alto, at rest in Cupertinoon January 14, 2003.  He was 83.  Widower of the late Mildred Nukolls (1998).  Father of Deb bie Walker of Los Altos and Marc Nuckolls of Menlo Park.  Grandfather of 6.  A native of San Francisco, CA. Leonard was a tube assembler at Varian.  Private family services were held.  Arrangements under the direction of the Los Altos Chapel of Spangler Mortuaries, 399 So. San Antonio Roa d, Los Altos, CA.     Donations to the Disabled Veterans of America Fund c /o The Palo Alto Medical Center, 3801 Miranda Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 9430 6, preferred.

[NI5597] Reno Evening Gazette Reno Nevada 31 August 1945 Visitors from Susanville- Mrs Neva Nuckolls, production chairman. Nevada State Journal Reno  Nevada  16 December 1953 Home Department Meeting- Attending Neva Nuckolls

[NI5598] Nevada State Journal Reno Nevada 09 October 1938   Wedding of Lilly Dolla and Charlie Maddalena- attended by Mrs Carl Nuckolls, sister of the groom Reno Evening Gazette Reno Nevada 10 July 1944 Brownie Scouts Meeting- Mrs Carl Nuckolls Reno Evening Gazette Reno Nevada 30 April 1958 Susanville Ca, Lassen Group leaders-VFW-Dee Nuckolls, Senior Vice Pres Nevada State Journal Reno  Nevada  00 Sept 1970 Mrs Maddalena, Sierra Rancher Since 1905 Dies:Portola, Calif-Colombina M Maddalena, a Sierra Valley resident since 1905 died Tuesday in a Portola hospital. She was 84. Mrs Maddalena was born 11/28/1885 in Lugano, Switzerland. She is survived by two sons; Charles of San Andreas, Calif and Luis Jr of Sierraville, Ca; three daughters, Irene Myers of Quincy Calif, Jennie Mitchell of Portola, and Delia Nuckolls of Susanville, Calif.; a sister Caroline Gambetta of Redwood City Calif 15 grandchildren and 27 great grandchildren. A rosary will be recited Thursday at 8 pm in the Holy Family Catholic Church in Portola. Mass will be celebrated at 10 am Frid ay in the church and Burial will be in the family plot of the Vinton Cemetery. Manni funeral home is in charge of arrangements. Newspaper Title:    Reno Gazette-Journal  Newspaper Location:    Reno, N V, US Obituary Publication Date:    11/25/2003 Delia (Dee) I. Nuckolls, born April 8, 1911, in Beckswourth, California, d ied on July 10, 2003 in Reno, Nevada. She was a resident of Susanville, California for over 60 years, recently moving to Reno to live with her son and his family. Delia was a homemaker and also worked as a dental assista nt until her retirement. She was a member of the Susanville Methodist Church, Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary and the Susanville Senior Citizen Club. She is survived by her son, James Carl Nuckolls and his wife Leann a, 3 grandchildren,; Jesse, Corey and Melissa, 2 great grandchildren; Melanie and Trenton of Minden, Nevada, numerous nieces and nephews, and her sister Jennie Mitchell of Portola, California. She was preceded in death by her husband Carl in 1963, brothers; Charlie and Louise Maddalena, a nd sister, Irene Myers. At Delia's request, no funeral services will be held. Interment will be held at Diamond Crest Cemetery in Susanville on Wednesday, July 16, 2003. There will be a small gravesite tribute for family and friends. Memorial donations may be made to a favorite charity in her name. Arrangements under the direction of Walton Funeral Home in Reno.

[BI5607] Name: «tab»Augustus Guthrie Birth Date: «tab»12 Jan 1889 Birth Place: «tab»Fayette County, West Virginia Sex: «tab»Male Mother: «tab»Ida Guthrie Mother's Age: «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab» Father: «tab»Augustus Guthrie Father's Age: «tab» Father's Birth Place: «tab» Maternal Grandmother: «tab» Maternal Grandfather: «tab» Paternal Grandmother: «tab» Paternal Grandfather: «tab» «tab» «tab» «tab»

[DI5607] California Death Index, 1940-1997 about Augustus S Guthrie Name: «tab»Augustus S Guthrie «tab» Social Security #: «tab»550167153 Sex: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»12 Jan 1887 Birthplace: «tab»West Virginia Death Date: «tab»16 Nov 1975 Death Place: «tab»Los Angeles

[DI5609] A resident of Fair Oaks for 47 years. An active member of Fairvale Baptist Church. She taught for 35 years at Greenhills Elementary School, Granite Bay. She was part of the River City Chorale, and Larks Lakeside Village Choir. Survived by her husband of 56 years, Wil Nuckolls, daughters, Becky and Melissa, son, Ben, sister, Judy and extended family. Memorial Service: Mt. Vernon Mortuary, March 15, 2011, 10:00 a.m. (Source: Her Obituary, Sacramento Bee Newspaper, March 13, 2011, pg. B-6) Social Security Death Index about Darla Ann Nuckolls Name: «tab»Darla Ann Nuckolls Last Residence: «tab»95628  Fair Oaks, Sacramento, California Born: «tab»8 Nov 1935 Died: «tab»10 Mar 2011 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Oklahoma (1951)

[NI5610] Name:    Gertrude Vandersnow Nuckolls Gender:    Female Date of Death:    24 January 1998 Birth Date:    08 September 1901 Volume:    31394 Certificate:    001688 Autopsy:    No Social Security Number:    706105668 Father's Surname:    Vandersnow Time of Death:    1:54 PM Marital Status:    Widowed Hispanic Origin:    Non Hispanic Place of Death:    Nursing Home Years of Schooling:    13 Certifier:    Physician Referred to Coroner:    No Method of Disposition:    Removal From State Mother's Surname:    Diethuis Race:    White Birth Place:    New Jersey Residence:    Ohio Age:    96

[DI5610] Ohio, Deaths, 1908-1932, 1938-1944, & 1958-2007 about Gertrude Vandersnow Nuckolls Name: «tab»Gertrude Vandersnow Nuckolls [Gertrude Vandersnow Vandersnow] Birth Date: «tab»8 Sep 1901 Birth State: «tab»New Jersey Birth Country: «tab»United States Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Hispanic Origin: «tab»Not Hispanic (Latino) Death Date: «tab»24 Jan 1998 Death Time: «tab»01:54 PM Hospital of Death: «tab»Long-Term Care Facilities City of Death: «tab»Lakewood County of Death: «tab»Cuyahoga Certificate: «tab»001688 Age at Death: «tab»96 Certifier: «tab»Physician Hospital Status: «tab»Other/Nursing Home Social Security Number: «tab»706-10-5668 Father's Surname: «tab»Vandersnow Mother's Maiden Name: «tab»Diethuis Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Education: «tab»1 year college Armed Forces Indicator: «tab»No Industry of Decedent: «tab»Hospitals Occupation of Decedent: «tab»Managers and administrators not elsewhere classified Census Tract: «tab»1606 Primary Registration District: «tab»1802

[DI5616] Social Security Death Index about Garland E. Britt Name: «tab»Garland E. Britt «tab» SSN: «tab»230-16-6796 Last Residence: «tab»33570  Ruskin, Hillsborough, Florida,  Born: «tab»21 Oct 1921 Died: «tab»31 Jul 2002 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[XI5616] Note: PFC US ARMY AIR FORCES; WORLD WAR II U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006 about Garland E Britt Name: «tab»Garland E Britt Service Info.: «tab»PFC US ARMY AIR FORCES WORLD WAR II Birth Date: «tab»21 Oct 1921 Death Date: «tab»31 Jul 2002 Service Start Date: «tab»1 Oct 1942 Interment Date: «tab»5 Aug 2002 Cemetery: «tab»Florida National Cemetery Cemetery Address: «tab»6502 SW. 102nd Ave. Bushnell, FL 33513 Buried At: «tab»Section 407 Site 310

[DI5619] Social Security Death Index about Richard S. Thomas Name: «tab»Richard S. Thomas «tab» Last Residence: «tab»23229  Richmond, Henrico, Virginia Born: «tab»29 Sep 1921 Died: «tab»7 Oct 2007 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (1952)

[DI5626] LARGO, FLA. - Ralph L. Payne, 85, of Largo, Fla., formerly of Hampton, Va., and a native of Galax, Va., was called home to be with the Lord on Nov. 20, 2012. He is survived by his loving and caring wife, Saranne Nuckolls Payne; son, J. Michael Payne and his wife Mary, of Jacksonville, Fla., and their daughter, Ashlie, of Orlando, Fla.; daughter, Elizabeth Payne, of Nokomis, Fla.; sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Norma and Olen Quesenberry, and sister-in-law, Dean Nixon, of Galax, Va.; and several nieces and nephews. He retired from the Virginia State Health Department as an epidemiology specialist and received his medical training at the Centers of Disease Control in Atlanta, Ga. He was an active member of Seminole First Baptist Church where he served on various committees. He served his country honorably during World War II and the Korean Conflict as a military policeman in the U.S. Army. He was a member of the Masonic Old Town Lodge #68. A memorial service will be held at Seminole First Baptist Church at 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 26, 2012. Private interment will be at Bay Pines National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Seminole First Baptist Church, 11045 Park Blvd., Seminole, FL 33772 or to the American Heart Association . Online guestbook @ www.reesefuneral.com, 727-391-9954. View and post condolences on our online guestbook at dailypress.com/guestbooks. Published in Daily Press from November 24 to November 25, 2012

[NI5630] Roanoke Times, The (VA) - December 10, 1997 Deceased Name: NUCKOLLS NUCKOLLS, Benjamin Floyd, 60, of Wytheville, formerly of Galax, died Monda y, December 8, 1997, at his home. He was born June 13, 1937 to the late He ath and Ella Nuckolls. He is survived by five sisters and brothers-in-la w, Rose and Garland Britt of Tampa, Fla., Ruth and T ommy Thomas of Richmo nd, Thelma and Raymond Gordon of Newport News, Saranne and Ralph Pay ne of Largo, Fla., and Norma and Olen Quesenberry of Galax; also a brother -in-law, Ray Avery of Mechanicsville. Several nieces and nephews also surv ive. Floyd was formerly a well-known pilot and flight instructor in the Ga lax-Hillsville area. A memorial service will be held at the First United M ethodist Church Saturday, December 13, at 2 p.m. Rev. Don Nation and Re v. Randy Johnson will officiate. At his request, his body has been donat ed to medical research. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Fir st United Methodist Church, Galax.

[NI5631] Graduate G. H. S., Galax, Va.,1924; m. Feb. 21, 1931, Russell Thomas Farns worth, b. Mar. 16, 1909; educated San Antonio, Texas, Main Ave. High Schoo l; enlisted U. S. Army June 10, I942, and went to Ft.  Lee, Va., transferr ed to Air Force sent to Miami Beach, Fla., for basic training.  Stayed the re until Nov. 1942 when accepted for Officer Candidate School at Camp Davi s, N. C. Graduated from OCS Mar.18, 1943, as 2nd Lt. in Anti-Aircraft Arti llery; sent to Camp Stewart, Ga., and assigned to the 565th AAA AW Bn., wh ich had been newly activated; Promoted to 1st Lt. on Aug. 6, 1943; left Ca mp Stewart, Ga., in Oct. 1944 for European Theatre of War; landed in Engla nd and was there 6 weeks, before going to France.  First major Engageme nt was Battle of Bulge, with Original Battalion since joining at Camp Stew art, stayed with that unit until May 1945, when sent to School in Belgi um for training in Flying Radio Controlled Target Planes-upon completi on of Course, Organized and Trained Radio Controlled Target Team for 3r d.  U. S. Army.  Commanded that Unit until returned to states in Dec. 194 5.  Promoted to Capt in Jan I946.  Released from active duty in Mar. 194 6; returned home in Emporia, Va Organized and was pres. of Trimm-Farnswort h, Inc., a pulpwood and lumber Co.; operated this business until recall ed to active duty in Sept 1950; sent to Ft.  Bliss, Texas, and commanded t he Enlisted Student Detachment until Nov. 1951, when ordered to Germany; a ssigned to the 48th AAA Bn. of the ist Infantry Division at Erlangen Germa ny; Commanded Hqs.  Battery, then was Battalion Adjutant and last was B n. 5-2 or Intelligence Officer.  Returned to U. S. in Nov. 1954, and assig ned as Army Advisor to the South Carolina National Guard, with stati on at Newberry, S. C. Promoted to Major Sept. 15, 1954, is still station ed in S. C. Decorations: E- T. 0. Ribbon W/3 Battle Stars; Army of Occupat ion Ribbon for Germany; W. W. II Victory Medal; U. S. Army Reserve Medal A ttended Officer's Candidate School, Camp Davis, N. C,; AirGround Operatio ns School, Ft.  Bragg, N. C.; Combat Intelligence School, Oberammergau, Ge rmany; Air-CTaft Recognition Instructors School, London, England; Radio Co ntrolled Target School, Dinant, Belgium- 32 degree Mason-Preby.-Dem. Wi fe Hazel Couch Farnsworth left the U. S. for Germany on March 19, 1952; tr aveled by Flying Tigers Airlines from Ft Hamilton, N. Y,, to Frankfort, Ge rmany; arrived in Frankfort on March 20; met by husband, and traveled to E rlangen, Germany, by auto; resided in Erlangen until return ed to U. S. in Nov.  I954; return was by air on Seaboard Western Airline s; left Germany at 6:00PM. Nov. 11, 1954, and arrived New York Nov. 1 2, at 7:00 A.M.

[NI5637] Effie Bagby was a double first cousin to Myrtie Ellen Bagby, and lifelo ng best friend. They were very close and Myrtie recounted to her family th at in her eyes, Effie Bagby was the most godly and perfect she ever kne w. Linda Reams considers that to be quite a compliment as that is exact ly the way she felt about Myrtie Ellen Bagby, her grandmother. Source: Linda Gayle Bartlam Reams Effie Johnson Nuckols Born December 15, 1889 Died April 27, 1986 "Rejoicing Evermore"

[NI5638] Date: June 26, 1910 Paper: Dallas Morning News - Whitney Mrs Cunningham of Commanche  is a guest of her sons Will, Dillard and Edw in Nuckols and their families

[NI5642] Children: Sarah Thompson Goudelock b: 1836 Maybington, SC John Milton Goudelock b: 19 Jul 1836 Maybington, SC d: 24 Nov 1891 James Newton Goudelock b: 26 May 1840 d: 04 Feb 1844 Joseph Benson Goudelock b: 28 Jun 1843 Twin to Richard Watson Goudelo ck d: 13 Jan 1917 Richard Watson Goudelock b: 28 Jun 1843 Richard and Joseph were twi ns d: 04 Oct 1844 George Oliver Goudelock b: 07 Sep 1845 Hamlet Augustus Goudelock b: 09 Aug 1847 Thomas Nuckolls Goudelock b: 15 Feb 1849 South Carolina d: 18 Nov 18 90 in South Carolina William Goudelock b: 11 Nov 1854 Maybington, SC d: 21 Nov 1855

[DI5643] Name: «tab»Peter Nay Rucker Death Date: «tab»05 Sep 1915 Death Place: «tab»San Antonio, Bexar, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»W Death Age: «tab»64 years 2 months 27 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»09 Jun 1851 Birthplace: «tab»Old Washington Texas Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Kasdsay P. Rucker Father's Birthplace: «tab»Missouri Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Jenker Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Occupation: «tab»Real Astate Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»City #7 Burial Place: «tab»IOOF Cemetery Burial Date: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2051495 Digital Film Number: «tab»4165735 Image Number: «tab»2446 Reference Number: «tab»v X cn 19122 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JD67-PFJ : accessed 7 May 2012), Peter Nay Rucker, 1915.

[DI5644] Name: «tab»Mrs Nannie Bureell Nuckols Death Date: «tab»04 Dec 1948 Death Place: «tab»Smithville, Bastrop, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»83 years 7 months 8 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»26 Apr 1865 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover County, Virginia Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Bureell Jones Father's Birthplace: «tab»Hanover County, Virginia Mother's Name: «tab»Malice Stanley Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Hanover County, Virginia Occupation: «tab»Housewife Place of Residence: «tab»Smithville, Bastrop, Texas Cemetery: «tab»Oak Hill Cemetery Burial Place: «tab»Smithville, Texas Burial Date: «tab»05 Dec 1948 COd- Fractured hip, pneumonia Additional Relatives: «tab»X Inf-Ernest Brown, Houston Film Number: «tab»2223077 Digital Film Number: «tab»4031452 Image Number: «tab»109 Reference Number: «tab»cn 50299 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J6J5-66J : accessed 4 May 2012), Mannie Bureell Nuckols, 1948.

[DI5645] Name: «tab»Mamie Victoria Reid Death Date: «tab»13 May 1959 Death Place: «tab»Smithville, Bastrop, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»W Death Age: «tab»73 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»29 Sep 1885 Birthplace: «tab»Giddings, Texas Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Lynwood Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Nannie Jones Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Housewife Place of Residence: «tab»Smithville, Bastrop, Texas 201 Garwood Cemetery: «tab»Oak Hill Burial Place: «tab»Smithville, Texas Burial Date: «tab»16 May 1959 Additional Relatives: «tab»Inf-Dot Brown COD heart failure Film Number: «tab»2115898 Digital Film Number: «tab»4165919 Image Number: «tab»631 Reference Number: «tab»24212 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDY1-JQL : accessed 6 May 2012), Lynwood Nuckols in entry for Mamie Victoria Reid, 1959.

[NI5647] Must have married Ousterhout after 1930. Might have married Fred G Ousterhout.

[DI5647] Name: Hessie Berle Ousterhout [Hessie Berle Nuckols] Social Security #: 557349007 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 11 Dec 1891 Birthplace: Texas Death Date: 7 Jan 1952 Death Place: Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: Berle Father's Surname: Nuckols

[NI5649] Was informant on wife death cert 6/1/1956, but said his wife was a widow w hich is confusing...

[NI5650] She married a Mr. Brown and had two sons Ernest and Ralph.

[DI5653] Name: «tab»Milton K Davis Sr. Death Date: «tab»25 Sep 1967 Death Place: «tab»Colonial Acres, Inc., Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»W Death Age: «tab»77 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»31 May 1890 Birthplace: «tab»Lampasas, Texas Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Richard Davis Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Nuckles Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Sales & Advertising Place of Residence: «tab»Dallas, Dallas, Texas Cemetery: «tab»Restland Memorial Park Burial Place: «tab»Dallas, Texas Burial Date: «tab»27 Sep 1967 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2138739 Digital Film Number: «tab»4027170 Image Number: «tab»2294 Reference Number: «tab»cn57122 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDVT-R26 : accessed 6 May 2012), Nuckles in entry for Milton K Davis Sr., 1967.

[DI5656] Name: «tab»Cassins Lee Moncure Death Date: «tab»07 Sep 1942 Death Place: «tab»No.1, Bastrop, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»74 years 1 month 21 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab»7-17-1868 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»TX Marital Status: «tab»married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»John James Moncure Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Julia Decherd Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»retired surveyor Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Fairview Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»9/8/1942 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2137146 Digital Film Number: «tab»4168320 Image Number: «tab»271 Reference Number: «tab»38534 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J673-SXH : accessed 4 May 2012), Cassins Lee Moncure, 1942.

[NI5657] Of Stafford Co, VA

[NI5660] great-great granddaughter of Col William Bryd of Westover, Charles City Co unty

[NI5666] Never married

[MI5666] (Medical):Born with a hole in her heart

[NI5667] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Paul M Nuckolls Birth Year: 1922 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Louisiana State: Alabama County or City: Jefferson Enlistment Date: 19 Mar 1943 Enlistment State: Alabama Enlistment City: Fort McClellan Branch: No branch assignment Grade: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Education: 4 years of college Civil Occupation: Student Codes 0x, 2x, 4x and 6x as pertain to students w ill be converted, for machine records purposes, to the code number 992. Marital Status: Married Height: 00 Weight: 121 1968 of Houston, TX

[DI5667] Paul Milton Nuckolls, Sr., 88 of Georgetown, Texas passed away on Wednesday, July 28, 2010. Visitation will be held on Friday, July 30, 2010 from 6:00PM to 8:00PM at The Gabriels Funeral Chapel, 393 North IH 35, Georgetown, Texas 78628. A funeral service celebrating Paul's life and his love for Christ will be held on Saturday, July 31, 2010 at 11:00AM at First Baptist Church of Georgetown, 1333 West University Avenue, Georgetown. Interment will follow at IOOF Cemetery, Georgetown, Texas.Paul was born in Shreveport, Louisiana on February 22, 1922 to Paul Milton, Sr. and Gussie Nall Nuckolls. Paul married Ellen Crow on February 28, 1943 in Auburn, Alabama. Paul graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelor's Degree in Chemical Engineering. In a span of days, Paul graduated, married Ellen, and departed to serve his country in World War II.Paul returned from the war a father and he lived in Birmingham and Shreveport before settling his family in Houston, where they would live for many years. Paul went to work for Garlock Packing, starting in Birmingham, doing sales for 10 years until his entrepreneurial spirit drove him onward. Paul invested in Lamons Metal Gasket Company, and under his leadership Lamons had an impact on the petrochemical industry. While still in Houston, Paul and Ellen raised their family and embraced the community of the South Main Baptist Church and later Second Baptist Church, where Paul served as a deacon. After 23 years, Paul and Ellen sold the business and retired to Austin, though Paul could not remain idle and soon purchased The Candle Factory which has remained family operated for the last 20 years. Paul and Ellen have been members of the First Baptist Church in Georgetown where they grew many great friendships. Much of Paul's life was spent sharing. Sharing his faith, sharing his knowledge and experience at the Rotary Club, or sharing a chuckle and a smile with anyone who would lend him an ear. As an avid golfer, he shared his love of the sport with his family and friends. Paul is survived by his loving wife of 67 years, Ellen Crow Nuckolls; his three children, Nancy Nuckolls White and her husband Stanley, Paul Nuckolls, Jr and his wife Donnie, and Jan Nuckolls Bauer and her husband Benno; his grandchildren, Thomas Blom and his wife Pascal, Hans Blom and his wife Ann Kristin, Scott White, Michael White and his wife Christina, Josh White and his wife Melissa, Jon Moore and his wife Teresa, Luis Moore, and Emily Bauer; his great grandchildren, Christopher Blom, Wolfgang Blom, Lise Kristin Blom, Till Simon, Tristan Simon, Taylor Pogue, Amanda White, Austin White, Katherine White, Melanie Moore, Nicole Moore, and Tyler Moore; much loved niece, Susan; along with numerous other loving family members and friends. Paul was preceded in death by a brother Nall.Memorial donations in Paul's name should be made to the Texas Baptist Children's Home, 1301 North Mays Street, Round Rock, Texas 78664.Personal words of comfort may be sent to the family online at www.gabrielsfuneral.com Social Security Death Index about Paul Milton Nuckolls Name: «tab»Paul Milton Nuckolls Last Residence: «tab»78628  Georgetown, Williamson, Texas Born: «tab»22 Feb 1922 Died: «tab»28 Jul 2010 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Alabama (Before 1951

[NI5668] Name: A. Nuckols SSN: 455-10-9435 Last Residence: 76705  Waco, McLennan, Texas, United States of America Born: 28 Aug 1902 Last Benefit: 76701  Waco, McLennan, Texas, United States of America Died: Jul 1983 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 )

[NI5670] •Publication Title: Texas Birth Certificates, 1903-10, 1926-29 •Publisher: FamilySearch •County: Bexar •Year: 1926 •Surname Starts With: S •Surname Starts With Two: Sm •Surname Starts With Three: Smi •Given Name: Elra Lee •Surname: Smith •Father Given Name: Lee •Father Surname: Smith •Mother Given Name: Laura •Mother Surname: Nuckols •City: Station Hospital Fort Sam Houston Texas Name: Laura Buckner SSN: 457-24-6852 Last Residence: 78745  Austin, Travis, Texas, United States of America Born: 29 Jan 1907 Died: Mar 1983 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 ) Name: Laura Buckner Death Date: 27 Mar 1983 Death County: Travis Gender: Female

[HI5671] (Research):Name: Thomas Latin Nuckols Gender: Male Marital status: Death date: 15 Aug 1986 Death county: Uvalde Death place: Uvalde, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[NI5672] Texas Death Index, 1903-2000 Name: Walter A. Fiegel Death Date: 25 Apr 1942 Death County: Travis Certificate: 19511

[DI5672] ame: «tab»Walter A. Fiegel Death Date: «tab»25 Apr 1942 Death Place: «tab»Austin, Travis, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»59 years 1 month 28 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab»2/27/1883 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Austin Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab»Birdie Leigh Fiegel Father's Name: «tab»George Fiegel Sr. Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Bradshaw Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Oakwood Cemetery Burial Date: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2137025 Digital Film Number: «tab»4168363 Image Number: «tab»1878 Reference Number: «tab»19511 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J6WX-QZQ : accessed 6 May 2012), Walter A. Fiegel, 1942.

[DI5673] Name: «tab»Matilda N. Browning Death Date: «tab»22 Jul 1948 Death Place: «tab»Hillsboro, Hill, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»67 years 8 months 17 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»05 Nov 1880 Birthplace: «tab»Hanova Co. Va. Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Allie B. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ala. Mother's Name: «tab»Eva V. Leadbetter Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Va. Occupation: «tab»Housewife Place of Residence: «tab»Hillsboro, Hill, Tex 406 E Walnut Inf- Wm M Browning COD heart disease Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Austin, Texas Burial Date: «tab»23 Jul 1948 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2223079 Digital Film Number: «tab»4031456 Image Number: «tab»3482 Reference Number: «tab»cn 84949 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDPP-DHR : accessed 6 May 2012), Allie B. Nuckols in entry for Matilda N. Browning, 1948.

[NI5674] "One rough customer" according to Leonora Lackey

[NI5675] Marvelous sense of humor. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Name: Leon Wallace Lackey City: San Antonio  1015 S Mesquite St County: Bexar State: Texas Birth Date: 2 Jul 1882  age 36 Race: White Roll: 1983590 DraftBoard: 4 Traveling Salesman for Lange Soap Co Kin- Allie Virginia Lackey Tall, blue eyes , brown hair

[DI5675] Name: «tab»Leon Wallace Lackey Death Date: «tab»28 Oct 1946 Death Place: «tab»San Antonio, Bexar, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»w Death Age: «tab»64 years 3 months 26 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»02 Jul 1882 Birthplace: «tab»Texas Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Alexander Lackey Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Ursula Manor Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Texas Occupation: «tab»Pet Shop Operator Place of Residence: «tab»San Antonio, Bexar, Texas Cemetery: «tab»Sunset Memorial Park Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»29 Oct 1946 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2218424 Digital Film Number: «tab»4030535 Image Number: «tab»946 Reference Number: «tab»43709 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDBY-J8Z : accessed 4 May 2012), Leon Wallace Lackey, 1946.

[NI5677] Is this Sallie? 1910 Hanover Co, Ashland VA- pg 35 Lloyd Logan 51 Arena, wife, 51,  M26y 1/0  ( Kate A in 1880?) Sallie C Nuckols, MIL, 74 Wd 14/10 Roy F Nuckols, Nephew 25, single nd/ Matt Nuckols age 55 M1x  (1870 Census age 15) A E, wife, 54, M29y 7/3 Lucy A, dau, 24 S Harvey H, son, 21 nd Marion L Nuckols 34 Mary L 28, M6y 4/4 William B, son, 5 Mattie J, dau, 4 Luther K, son, 2 Clyde D, son 4m 4/26/1910 nd Dee  Bowles 59 (1880 Deacon Bowles) Annie G, wife, 56 Census Place:Ashland, Hanover, Virginia Source:FHL Film 1255370  National Archives Film T9-1370     Page 6 RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace Edward G. NUCKOLSSelfMMW53VAOFa: VAMo: VA Sallie C. NUCKOLSWifeFMW45VAFa: VAMo: VA Martha S. NUCKOLSDauFSW28VAFa: VAMo: VA Americus NUCKOLSSonMSW25VAFa: VAMo: VA Edmonia NUCKOLSDauFSW23VAFa: VAMo: VA Josepine NUCKOLSDauFSW20VAFa: VAMo: VA Jennie NUCKOLSDauFSW18VAFa: VAMo: VA Thomas NUCKOLSSonMSW15VAlFa: VAMo: VA Sallie P. NUCKOLSDauFSW13VAFa: VAMo: VA Rosa NUCKOLSDauFSW11VAFa: VAMo: VA Kate A. NUCKOLSDauFSW9VAFa: VAMo: VA Florence NUCKOLSDauFSW7VAFa: VAMo: VA Maud S. NUCKOLSDauFSW5VAFa: VAMo: VA Imogine NUCKOLSDauFSW3VAFa: VAMo: VA Edward WOODYOtherMSB20VAFa: VA

[NI5678] 1880Census Place:Dover, Goochland, Virginia Source:FHL Film 1255367  National Archives Film T9-1367     Page 27 9C Joel B. BOWLESSelfMMW35VAOcc:FarmerFa: VAMo: VA T. Eugenia BOWLESWifeFMW30VAFa: VAMo: VA Cecil BOWLESSonMSW7VAFa: VAMo: VA Thomas P. BOWLES SonMSW5VAFa: VAMo: VA Aliz BOWLESDauFSW4VAFa: VAMo: VA Russel BOWLESSonMSW1VAFa: VAMo: VA Granvell HOLMESOtherMSMU20

[HI5681] (Research):Name: Boyd Beaver Zacharias Social Security #: 577121306 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 15 Jul 1911 Birthplace: Pennsylvania Death Date: 24 Jan 1994 Death Place: Ventura Mother's Maiden Name: Clevenger Name: Boyd B. Zacharias SSN: 577-12-1306 Last Residence: 93023 Ojai, Ventura, California, United States of America Born: 15 Jul 1911 Died: 24 Jan 1994 State (Year) SSN issued: District of Columbia (Before 1951

[DI5681] Social Security Death Index about Boyd B. Zacharias Name: «tab»Boyd B. Zacharias SSN: «tab»577-12-1306 Last Residence: «tab»93023  Ojai, Ventura, California,  Born: «tab»15 Jul 1911 Died: «tab»24 Jan 1994 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»District of Columbia (Before 1951) California Death Index, 1940-1997 about Boyd Beaver Zacharias Name: «tab»Boyd Beaver Zacharias Social Security #: «tab»577121306 Sex: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»15 Jul 1911 Birthplace: «tab»Pennsylvania Death Date: «tab»24 Jan 1994 Death Place: «tab»Ventura Mother's Maiden Name: «tab»Clevenger

[NI5682] Washington Post, The (DC) - September 18, 2005 Deceased Name: TAYLOR, ELINOR PRYCE NUCKOLS (AGE 95) On Wednesday, September 14, 2005. Beloved wife of the late Robert E. Taylo r; beloved mother of Roberta Payne, Susan Dye, Charles and Gary Taylor; gr andmother of Chris, Andy, Susie, Jon, Dede, Jeff, Justin, Josh, Casey a nd Sammy. She is also survived by seven great-grandchildren Taylor, Mikael a, Cameron, Hannah, Logan, Caleb and Bryce, a loving sister Lena Bourne a nd a devoted niece Imogene Heisserman. Memorial services will be held on Tuesday, September 20, at 2 p.m. at Goochland Baptist Church, 2454 Manakin Rd., Manakin-Sabot, VA 23103. Memorial contributions may be made in h er name to Goochland Baptist Church Building Fund. Arrangements by KALAS F UNERAL HOME, Oxon Hill, MD.

[DI5682] Washington Post, The (DC) - September 18, 2005 Deceased Name: TAYLOR, ELINOR PRYCE NUCKOLS (AGE 95) On Wednesday, September 14, 2005. Beloved wife of the late Robert E. Taylor; beloved mother of Roberta Payne, Susan Dye, Charles and Gary Taylor; gr andmother of Chris, Andy, Susie, Jon, Dede, Jeff, Justin, Josh, Casey and Sammy. She is also survived by seven great-grandchildren Taylor, Mikaela, Cameron, Hannah, Logan, Caleb and Bryce, a loving sister Lena Bourne and a devoted niece Imogene Heisserman. Memorial services will be held on Tuesday, September 20, at 2 p.m. at Goochland Baptist Church, 2454 Manak in Rd., Manakin-Sabot, VA 23103. Memorial contributions may be made in her name to Goochland Baptist Church Building Fund. Arrangements by KALAS F UNERAL HOME, Oxon Hill, MD.

[NI5684] son of Benjamin Weaver Snead and & Elizabeth Pollard md 1828 Hatcher, William E., [View Citation] [Table of Contents] The Sneads of Fluvanna Fork Union, Va.: Sneads of Fluvanna, 1959, 174  pgs. pg 168

[HI5686] (Research):Name: Eugenia N. Heisserman SSN: 223-01-8363 Last Residence: 20020 Washington, District of Columbia, District of Columbia, United States of America Born: 6 Mar 1915 Died: 4 Sep 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951

[HI5687] (Research):Name: William Heisserman SSN: 579-03-8211 Last Residence: 20021 Washington, District of Columbia, District of Columbia, United States of America Born: 6 Aug 1906 Died: Sep 1973 State (Year) SSN issued: District of Columbia (Before 1951

[NI5688] From Pete Nuckols 1/2010 Finally, Lena Nuckols Bourne lives just down Vontay road from George Henry Nuckols' homesite. Actually, she lives across the road, where it's name has changed to "Pouncey Tract Road".I visited with her last summer and she was gracious enough to let me scan some photographs and shared some of her memories. She lives in a house built by her father (she's lived there her whole life). The house turned 100 last year, and she was 92 or 93 herself! The picture is taken in Mrs. Bourne's front yard.She mentioned Martha Sue Nuckols, her grandmother, as being a spry woman even in her old age. She lived to be 103 and is buried behind George Henry Nuckols' house (I sent a pic of her grave in another email). Martha Sue would walk back and forth between George Henry's and her grandaughter's house to visit, and would even walk to Church when no ride was available. I have two scanned photographs of Martha Sue I'll send you from a different computer tomorrow. By the way, several of my uncles remember their father, Herbert Oswald, talking about an "Aunt Sue" who I believe to be this Martha Sue.

[DI5688] Social Security Death Index about Lena N Bourne Name: «tab»Lena N Bourne Born: «tab»12 Jun 1918 Died: «tab»29 Feb 2012 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (1963)

[NI5690] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: George H Nuckols Birth Year: 1921 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Virginia County or City: Hanover Enlistment Date: 26 Oct 1944 Enlistment State: Virginia Enlistment City: Richmond Branch: No branch assignment Grade: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Source: Civil Life Education: 4 years of high school Civil Occupation: Geographer Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 99 Weight: 693 ARMY SERIAL NUMBER  «tab» 33861152  «tab» 33861152 NAME «tab»NUCKOLS#GEORGE#H######## «tab»NUCKOLS#GEORGE#H######## RESIDENCE: STATE «tab»33 «tab»VIRGINIA RESIDENCE: COUNTY «tab»083 «tab»HANOVER PLACE OF ENLISTMENT «tab»3386 «tab»RICHMOND VIRGINIA DATE OF ENLISTMENT DAY «tab»26 «tab»26 DATE OF ENLISTMENT MONTH «tab»10 «tab»10 DATE OF ENLISTMENT YEAR «tab»44 «tab»44 GRADE: ALPHA DESIGNATION «tab»PVT# «tab»Private GRADE: CODE «tab»8 «tab»Private BRANCH: ALPHA DESIGNATION «tab»NO# «tab»No branch assignment BRANCH: CODE «tab»02 «tab»No branch assignment FIELD USE AS DESIRED «tab»# «tab»# TERM OF ENLISTMENT «tab»5 «tab»Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law LONGEVITY «tab»### «tab»### SOURCE OF ARMY PERSONNEL «tab»0 «tab»Civil Life NATIVITY «tab»33 «tab»VIRGINIA YEAR OF BIRTH «tab»21 «tab»21 RACE AND CITIZENSHIP «tab»1 «tab»White, citizen EDUCATION «tab»4 «tab»4 years of high school CIVILIAN OCCUPATION «tab»306 «tab»General farmers MARITAL STATUS «tab»6 «tab»Single, without dependents COMPONENT OF THE ARMY «tab»7 «tab»Selectees (Enlisted Men) CARD NUMBER «tab»# «tab»# BOX NUMBER «tab»0718 «tab»0718 FILM REEL NUMBER «tab»1.235 «tab»1.235 In 2000 George Henry Nuckols and wife Frances lived at 17774 Vontay Road, Rockville, Virginia 23416.  They were supposed to be living in the hou se once occupied by Harden Duke Nuckols.

[DI5690] Richmond Times - Dispatch. Richmond, Va.: Mar 3, 2004.  pg. B.7 Nuckols, George Henry Sr., 82, of Rockville, a retired Reynolds Metals mac hinist, a World War II Army veteran, husband of Frances C. Nuckols. George Henry Nuckols Sr., 82, of Rockville, died Monday, March 1, 2004. Su rvivors include his wife, Frances C. Nuckols; four sons, Dickie and his wi fe, Debbie Nuckols, Billy and his wife, Mary Nuckols, Greg and his wife, D ebbie Nuckols, and Ronnie and his wife, Shelly Nuckols; eight grandchildre n, Mandy Mills, Shelly, Ashley, Clay, Lindsey, Kelsey, Lucas, and Delan ey Nuckols; two great- grandchildren, Dylan and Regan Mills; two sister s, Lena Bourne and Pryce Taylor; and numerous nieces and nephews. Funer al services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, March 3 at the West Chap el of Bennett Funeral Home, 11020 West Broad St. Interment will foll ow in Springfield Christian Church Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donatio ns may be made to Centerville Co. #3 or to Rockville Fire Department #9.

[NI5691] >(Lena Nuckols Bourne says that three of their children are buried in the >cemetery but I did not see any headstones.)  These might be Pettus 1910-1 922, >and the twins Louise 1917-1919, and William 1917-1922.

[NI5708] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Keith H Nuckols Birth Year: 1920 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Virginia County or City: Henrico Enlistment Date: 5 Jun 1943 Enlistment State: Virginia Enlistment City: Richmond Branch: No branch assignment Grade Code: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Education: 4 years of high school Civil Occupation: Airplane Engine Mechanic or Airplane And Engine Mechan ic (Airplane mechanic. ) or Airplane Engine Service Mechanic or Carburet or Specialist Marital Status: Married Height: 48 Weight: 344 Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - December 15, 1998 Deceased Name: Nuckols, Keith Harden Sr. Nuckols, Keith Harden Sr., of Quinton, a Pryor Generator and Starter Servi ce shop foreman, World War II veteran. Name: Keith H. Nuckols SSN: 229-05-7745 Last Residence: 23141  Quinton, New Kent, Virginia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 4 May 1920 Died: 13 Dec 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[DI5709] Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - June 6, 2002 Deceased Name: Nuckols, Mrs. Charlotte Gentry Nuckols, Mrs. Charlotte Gentry, 80, of Ashland, a retired Monroe Business Systems employee. Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - June 6, 2002 Deceased Name: NUCKOLS: Charlotte Gentry Nuckols Charlotte Gentry Nuckols, 80, of Ashland, passed away Monday, June 3, 200 2. She is survived by her children, Keith H. Nuckols Jr., Charlotte Mattis on and Frances Goodwin; three grandchildren, four great-grandchildren a nd several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Nuckols was a member of Mizpah Chapt er No. 32 O.E.S., Virginia Court No. 1, Order of the Amaranth, The White Shrine, Church of Our Saviour, Montpelier and Immanuel Episcopal Church, O ld Church. She was employed by Monroe Business Systems for over 30 years. Graveside services with Eastern Star Rites will be held 3 p.m. Thursd ay (today) in Immanuel Episcopal Church Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memo rial gifts may be made to your favorite charity. REID FUNERAL HOME DIGNI TY (804) 798-8369

[NI5714] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Earl C Nuckols Jr Birth Year: 1926 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Virginia County or City: Henrico Enlistment Date: 12 Dec 1944 Enlistment State: Virginia Enlistment City: Richmond Branch: No branch assignment Grade: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Education: 3 years of high school Civil Occupation: Automobile Serviceman Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 00 Weight: 003 NUCKOLS Earl Conway Nuckols Jr., 80, of Richmond, passed away Thursday, Se ptember 28, 2006. He was born August, 19, 1926 in Henrico County to Ea rl  ... 170 total words Published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch from 9/29/2006 - 9/30/2006.

[NI5725] Beatrice was short –     barely 5 feet tall Beatrice married secondly Claude Martin about 1943

[DI5728] From the Richmond Times Dispatch, Sunday April 14, 1968 Mrs. Blennie Faircloth Nuckols of Glen Allen died April 13, 1968.  She is survived by her husband, Herbert O. Nuckols; four sons, William H. of Orlando, Fla., Douglas L. of Glen Allen, Fred O. of Varina and Richard Wayne Nuckols of Richmond; a daughter, Mrs. Gale N. Overton; and as ister, Mrs. Beulah F. Viar, both of Richmond; nine grandchildren.  The remains rest at the Joseph W. Bliley Funeral Home, Third and Marshall Streets, where the funeral will be held Tuesday 2 p.m.  Interment Westhampton Memorial Park.  Eastern Star Service at the funeral home Sunday at 8 p.m.

[NI5733] Children: 5a) Wanda Gale Overton, born May 22, 1958. She married David Vincell. Her children from a previous marriage are: 5a1) William Kirkpatrick Lacy, born Jan 12, 1985 in Arlilngton, VA. 5a2) Kathryn Mael Lacy, born Sep 16, 1989 in Alexandria, VA. Her son is: 5a2a) Kolby Daniel lacy, born July 16, 2009 in Richmond. 5b) Tammy Jo-Ann Overton, born March 23, 1959 in Richmond, married Robert Lee Earvin. Their children are: 5b1) Michael Lee Earvin, born in Richmond (no date). 5b2) Rebecca Jo-Ann Earvin, born in Richmond (no date

[NI5735] Name: Virginia Allen SSN: 224-62-4906 Last Residence: 23228  Richmond, Henrico, Virginia,  Born: 3 Sep 1913 Died: Mar 1986 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1962 )

[NI5736] Son of Randolph Wickham Allen b 9/19/1882 and Bonnie Virginia Sims bc1880 He was a doctor in Richmond's southside for years

[XI5736] Benjamin Randolph Allen Service Info.: LT COL US ARMY WORLD WAR II Birth Date: 16 Apr 1911 Death Date: 28 Oct 1994 Service Start Date: 28 May 1942 Interment Date: 18 Nov 1994 Cemetery: City Point National Cemetery Cemetery Address: 10th Avenue and Davis Street Hopewell, VA 23860 Buried At: Section B Site 174a

[NI5737] 1920 Census names wife as Grace P age 37 Nuckols, Corrie Blue 1964 24 16

[DI5737] L. T. Christian Funeral Home Records Nuckols, Corrie Blue«tab»1964«tab»Box24«tab»Folder16

[NI5738] next household in the 1900 census is this Hanover, Ashland, pg 194 ? Nuckoles, 47, 1/1853, Single  (Index has this name as Mat Nickols but lo oks more like it ends with "on" Mary Nuckoles, Sister, 49, 1/1851, single On next page 195 with the Dabney family households close to Floyd and Newt on Dabney Ollie? Nuckols 3/1858,42 Maggie, wife, 3/1875, 25 M10y 1/1 Burnard O, son 8/1892, 7 ( Index has this family as "Oll Jos Nickols")

[DI5739] Richmond Times 8/5/1906 NUCKOLS- Died Aug 4, 1906 suddenly, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs R G Snead, Rockville, VA, Mrs Gertrude S Nuckols , wife of H D Nuckols of Richmond, VA. Funeral and interment will take place from Goochland Baptist Church Sunday at 3 o'clock. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend.

[DI5740] Richmond Times Dispatch 12/28/1924 funeral services for Clifton R Nuckols, 57, who died yesterday at his residence, 313 S thrid St will be conducted this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the residence. Burial will be in riverview Cemetery. he is survived by his wife, Mrs Maria Kent-----.....------- J nuckols, and foure sons,L Morris, Kenton M, harry L and Clifton R Nuckols, Jr

[DI5742] Name: Harry Nuckols SSN: 231-12-3142 Last Residence: 23220  Richmond, Richmond City, Virginia, Born: 16 Jul 1897 Died: Nov 1972 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI5744] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Lewis M Nuckols Birth Year: 1907 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Virginia County or City: Henrico Enlistment Date: 16 Jul 1942 Enlistment State: Wisconsin Enlistment City: Milwaukee 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: 2 years of college Civil Occupation: Guide, Huntiing And Fishing Marital Status: Divorced, with dependents Height: 66 Weight: 118

[DI5744] L. T. Christian Funeral Home Records Nuckols, Lewis Morris«tab»1972«tab»Box32«tab»Folder16

[NI5745] Nuckols, Ruth Spiller (also see oversize) 1982 38 29 Name: Ruth Nuckols SSN: 718-14-1006 Last Residence: 23221  Richmond, Richmond City, Virginia, United Stat es of America Born: 14 Dec 1904 Died: Feb 1982 State (Year) SSN issued: Railroad Board (Issued Through) (Before 1951 )

[DI5745] L. T. Christian Funeral Home Records Nuckols, Ruth Spiller (also see oversize)«tab»1982«tab»Box38«tab»Folder29 Name: Ruth Nuckols SSN: 718-14-1006 Last Residence: 23221  Richmond, Richmond City, Virginia, Born: 14 Dec 1904 Died: Feb 1982 State (Year) SSN issued: Railroad Board (Issued Through) (Before 1951 )

[NI5746] Name: Kenton Nuckols SSN: 227-10-4147 Last Residence: 23222  Richmond, Richmond City, Virginia, United Stat es of America Born: 15 Jul 1910 Died: Nov 1972 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[DI5747] L. T. Christian Funeral Home Records Snead, Lillian Nuckols«tab»1950«tab»Box10«tab»Folder27

[NI5755] Thornton, Jonathan Mills, [View Citation] [Table of Contents] Thornton family Montgomery, Ala.?: unknown, 1958, 56  pgs.  Pg 40 From Jonathan Thornton F amily Bible

[NI5757] 1734  - Hanover Co., Records  P. 126-130  INDENT.  11-12 Sept. 1734 Hen ry Graves and Mary his wife and Luke Waldrop of Par of [blank] Hanover Co ., planter, to John Dixon of Stratton Major Par., King & Queen Co., Mercha nt; Lease and Release; 96 pds currt. money of Va. 431 a. between the lin es of Major Leigh, John Saunders, Capt. Crawford and John Matlock...beginn ing at Matlocks and Leighs corner...John Saunders...corner...sd Saunders and Capt. Crawford...John Matlocks corne r; and also that Tract containing 400 a. Joyning to the lines of John Saun ders, and Henry Graves ..beginning at the Sims's corner...John Saunders li ne to his and Graves corner; also that Tract containing 400 a. between t he lines of Sims Grant, Mr. Chiswell, Capt. David Crawford, John Saunder s, Henry Graves...beginning at the Sims and Henry Graves corner..Sims li ne along Crawford's line...Capt. Crawford's line...Graves line...granted s d. Henry Graves by three patents all bearing date 26 June 1731.

[NI5774] William Swift was the first minister for St. Martin's Parish and his grand son married a Nuckols.  He died early and left a large dependent family wh ich was assisted by the well to do Harden Duke.  His oldest son inherit ed all, sold out and migrated to become a well known sheriff in North Caro lina.  His mother and siblings lived in poverty most of the rest of the ir lives, dependent on the kindness of the parish. The Reverend Swift had been long critical of the English royalty and Willi am continued the battle with incessant criticism of the Virginia governor. T he Church of England wanted to get Dean Swift out of the country and propo sed sending his to the colonies as a Bishop.  The VA governor a total fi t.  The Idea of a Bishop for the colonies was abandon so there was nev er an a bishop for the colonial churches.  This may have had much to do wi th the Revolution since the abuses of the local ministers was unspeakabl e. Patrick Henry got his 'start' in trying to defend the local Hanover far mers from the unfair treatment of his uncle the Revernd Partict Henry of S t. Paul's Parish (which is adjacent to St. Martins.)

[NI5775] found a note of a John Nucholls and his wife Anna of Sangamon Co., IL and William Connolly of Lawrence signed the undivided seventh part of some land in Lawrence County, IN. «u»clarice@hpcisp.com «/u» The parentage of John is factually substantiated by a biography in "The History of Sangamon Co, ILL" stating "They moved with five children arrivi ng in 1826, in what now is Auburn Township, where his brother James had settled six years before.  James, the son of Charles Nuckolls and Mary Black settled here in 1820. Some descendants of John Nuckolls are from Terri Kuntz tkuntz@macomb.com It is possible he had a son named John by an earlier wife. There is a John Nuckolls who married and Elizabeth Ricker in 1841 in Christian Co, ILL. Christian County is where John's children settled, and his son Clark was born prior to his marriage to Ann Collins. It leaves us to assume he may have been married previously.

[NI5776] Source- http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/1177662/person/-1979880610/story/8775b68f-53f9-46eb-a710-5643c5ce185b?src=search The information concerning the Collins family is taken from a family history put together by Clifford B. Rector.  I am inputting the information exactly as it was written, even though I have found additional details of family members since this was written.  I have added some comments in parentheses or starred.                                           "Mahlon and Phoebe Collins Family 1777 to 1980"                                                                      PREFACE      In writing this little genealogy of the Mahlon & Phoebe Collins family, we realize that is not perfect, errors will be found, omissions will occur.  We have spent a lot of time in courthouses, libraries and old cemeteries, exchanged letters with the family and friends of the family and tried to get it as acurate as possible, but we know there will be mistakes, so please bear with us.                                                                ACKNOWLEDGEMENT      To all those (too numerous to mention) that have given information and pictures on the Collins family, we are most grateful.  We especially want to thank Mr. Robert C. Collins of Denver Colorado (Bob and my Dad were 1st cousins) who gave us so much information and furnished the majority of the pictures for this book.  Without his help we would not have undertaken this task. Mahlon Collins son of Jonahan Collins born in Sussex Co, New Jersey 1756 died in Lawrence Co, Indiana 1834, his wife Phoebe __? born 1758 died 1841.  They are buried in Lawrence Co, IN, m: in Hunterdon Co, N.J. Oct. 10, 1776.  Mahlon & Phoebe had 8 children that we can identify. 1.  John Collins born 1777 died 1858.  His wife Effie Conley born 1775. 2.  Josiah Collins born 1778, his wife Nancy Collins daughter of David Collins was born 1780.  They were married in Grayson Co, VA March 24, 1796.  They lived in Lawrence Co, IN. 3.  Mary (Polly) Collins born 1781 died before 1834.  Her husband was Edd South born 1776, married in Grayson Co April 7, 1801.  Their heirs were mentioned in the settlement of Mahlon Collins' estate in 1834. 4.  Levina Collins born, 1783, married Jacob Noblett born 1780 married in Grayson Co Oct. 31, 1805.  They lived in Orange Co, IN. 5.  Randolph Collins born 1785 died 1834, his wife Rebecca___? born 1784.  They lived in Grayson Co until about 1825 at which time they moved to Lawrence Co, IN.  Randolph came back to Grayson Co in 1830 and moved his father and mother to Lawrence Co.  They had 10 children:  Commadore, Phoebe, Deborah, Sarah, Lavina, John J., Frances, Josiah F., Ann and Linsey. 6.  Deborah Collins born 1778 died before 1840.  She married Solomon Cox born 1782.  They were married in Grayson Co Oct. 27, 1809.  Their heirs were mentioned in the settlement of the estate in Wayne Co., KY (*see Elijah Collins for settlement). 7.  Anna Collins born 1782 married John Nuckolls born 1792, married in Grayson Co Jan. 10, 1813.  Their heirs were mentioned in the settlement of the estate in Wayne Co, KY 8.  Isaac Collins born 1798 married Catherine Willits born 1803, married in Grayson Co Nov. 3, 1821.  They lived in Lawrence Co, IN.

[NI5780] This family line from Marti Nuckolls Ash, 1805 Michaels Court, Henderson, Nevada 89014

[NI5787] Census Place:1880 Palmer, Christian, Illinois Source:FHL Film 1254180  National Archives Film T9-0180     Page 47 4A Thomas K. KELLYSelfMMW28TNOcc:PlasturerFa: TNMo: TN Lizzie A. KELLYWifeFMW22ILFa: ---Mo: --- Omer KELLYSonMSW3ILFa: TNMo: IL Effie KELLYDauFSW7MILFa: TNMo: IL Julia NUCKOLLSMother FWW67TNOcc:BoardingFa: ---Mo: — 1860 in household was John W Kelly age 15, William Kelly 12, Thomas D Kel ly 9, Mary C Kelly, 7

[NI5788] Living with John and Emily in 1860 was Elisa E Nuckles, a poss sister of E mily, age 10

[NI5790] 1860 Household has Henry Shellhoues, 21 Researcher Arlene Mitchell 616 E 8th Rt 1 Ferris, TX 75125 214-544-2256

[DI5790] Death cert says married at time of death Informant on death cert was a John Nuckolls, Nevada, MO, not his wife.

[NI5794] Census Place:Chatham, Sangamon, Illinois Source:FHL Film 1254248  National Archives Film T9-0248     Page 24 8D John H. MOORESelfMMW31ILOcc:FarmerFa: VAMo: KY Anna MOOREWifeFMW29ILFa: TNMo: IL Dalla F. MOOREDauFSW4ILFa: ILMo: IL Lillia M. MOOREDauFSW2ILFa: ILMo: IL Emily NUCKOLSOtherFSW24ILServantFa: VAMo: IL Marion DAVINSONSisterFSW12ILFa: TNMo: IL

[DI5799] Name: «tab»James Henry Pulliam Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Death Date: «tab»07 Mar 1933 Death Place: «tab»Ball, Sangamon, Ill Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»93 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1840 Birth Date: «tab»06 Nov 1839 Birthplace: «tab»Hettick, Ill Father: «tab»Irwin S Pulliam Father's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Father's Birth Place: «tab»Ill Mother: «tab»Matilda Nuckols Mother's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab»Virginia Occupation: «tab»Retired farmer Residence: «tab»Glinarm, Ill Street Address: «tab» Spouse: «tab»Lydia Anne Pulliam Spouse's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Spouse's Birthplace: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»09 Mar 1933 Burial Place: «tab»Ball Township, Sangamon, Ill Cemetery: «tab»Cumberland Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4008359 Image Number: «tab»1810 Film Number: «tab»1684957 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»p11747 cn6 Source Citation "Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N32T-75H : accessed 7 June 2012), Matilda Nuckols in entry for James Henry Pulliam, 1933

[DI5802] PULLIAM, THOMAS J «tab»1890-01-27 «tab»BALL TWP «tab»40 YR «tab»M «tab»«tab»«tab»4013 «tab»SANGAMON

[DI5808] Name: «tab»John Harvey Shelhouse Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Death Date: «tab»13 Mar 1920 Death Place: «tab»Chatham, Sangamon, Illinois Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»80 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1840 Birth Date: «tab»01 Mar 1840 Birthplace: «tab»Ball Township, Sangamon, Ill. Father: «tab»Willis Shelhouse Father's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Father's Birth Place: «tab»Kentucky Mother: «tab»Martha Nuckolls Mother's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab»Grace Co., Va. Occupation: «tab»Retired farmer Residence: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Spouse: «tab» Spouse's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Spouse's Birthplace: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»15 Mar 1920 Burial Place: «tab»Cumberland Sugar Creek Cemetery: «tab» Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4008091 Image Number: «tab»2359 Film Number: «tab»1562481 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 14761 Source Citation "Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3NT-GBT : accessed 7 June 2012), Martha Nuckolls in entry for John Harvey Shelhouse, 1920.

[NI5811] Had 4 children by Mr Shellhouse, left here 3 children by marriage to McDow ell in Georgia with parents.

[DI5811] Name: «tab»Lydia Ann Pulliam Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Death Date: «tab»09 Feb 1928 Death Place: «tab»Chatham, Sangamon, Illinois Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»76 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1852 Birth Date: «tab»26 Nov 1851 Birthplace: «tab»Glenarm, Ill. Father: «tab»Willis Shelhouse Father's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Father's Birth Place: «tab»Virginia Mother: «tab»Martha Nuckolls Mother's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab»Virginia Occupation: «tab»Housewife Residence: «tab»Chatham, Ill. Street Address: «tab» Spouse: «tab»James Henery Pulliam Spouse's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Spouse's Birthplace: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»12 Feb 1928 Burial Place: «tab»Ball, Sangamon, Ill. Cemetery: «tab»Cumberland Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4008216 Image Number: «tab»2226 Film Number: «tab»1614307 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»CN-6850 Source Citation "Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3BX-TB4 : accessed 7 June 2012), Martha Nuckolls in entry for Lydia Ann Pulliam, 1928.

[DI5813] Name: «tab»Susan Nickolls Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Death Date: «tab»29 Oct 1921 Death Place: «tab»Springfield, Capitol, Sangamon, Illinois Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»91 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1830 Birth Date: «tab»31 Jan 1830 Birthplace: «tab»North Carolina Father: «tab»Samuel Baker Father's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Father's Birth Place: «tab»North Carolina Mother: «tab» Mother's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab»North Carolina Occupation: «tab»housewife Residence: «tab»Edersburgh, Ill. Street Address: «tab» Spouse: «tab» Spouse's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Spouse's Birthplace: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»31 Oct 1921 Burial Place: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Cumberland Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4008166 Image Number: «tab»570 Film Number: «tab»1570849 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn34037 Source Citation "Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3GK-W76 : accessed 7 June 2012), Susan Nickolls, 1921.

[DI5815] Name: Jincy Norris Death date: 17 Aug 1934 Death place: Ellensburg, Kittitas, Washington Gender: Female Race or color (on document): Age at death: 80 years 4 months 24 days Estimated birth year: 1854 Birth date: Birth place: Marital status: Married Spouse name: James Norris Father name: Charles Nuckolls Father birth place: Mother name: Susan Baker Mother birth place: Occupation: Street address: Residence: Cemetery name: Burial place: Burial date: Additional relatives: Film number: 2023101 Digital GS number: 4221726 Image number: 208 Reference number: 133 Collection: Washington Death Certificates, 1907-1960

[NI5816] Date:7/25/2001 12:10:25 AM Mountain Daylight Time From:SCHBDRIVER@aol.com Hi I found your qureey on Charles Davis married to Jinne Nuckles. Do you h ave  information on his parents if not I have some information and his par ents names. Let me know if I can help you further. Cherie Williams Children were Charles Franklin, Ernest, Ethel Mary, Clyde G., Claud Simpso n, Grace Matilda and John R. Davis. Of the children Charles settled in Kan sas, Ernest, John, Ethel, Grace and Claud remained in Washington state.

[NI5819] Never found in census record, but in biography

[DI5819] Name: «tab»Sara Nancy Willhite Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Death Date: «tab»19 Apr 1944 Death Place: «tab»Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»80 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1864 Birth Date: «tab»30 Jan 1864 Birthplace: «tab»Auburn, Illinois Father: «tab»Charles Nuckolls Father's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Father's Birth Place: «tab»Gracen Co., Virginia Mother: «tab»Susan Baker Mother's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab»Birdie Co., North Carolina Occupation: «tab»Housewife Residence: «tab»Springfield, Capitol Twp., Sangamon, Illinois Street Address: «tab» Spouse: «tab»Arron Willhite Spouse's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Spouse's Birthplace: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»21 Apr 1944 Burial Place: «tab»Edinburg, Christian, Ill. Cemetery: «tab»Edinburg Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4160064 Image Number: «tab»1428 Film Number: «tab»1983905 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»17442 Source Citation "Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3V7-WN5 : accessed 7 June 2012), Arron Willhite in entry for Sara Nancy Willhite, 1944.

[XI5822] U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 flat granite marker, Christian emblem Name: «tab»James A Nuckolls Birth Date: «tab»4 Sep 1865 Death Date: «tab»25 Jan 1952 Cemetery: «tab»Edinburg Cemetery Cemetery Location: «tab»Edinburg, Illinois Enlisted 12/16/1893 Discharged 12/15/1895 Pension 1584795 Served Illinois, Tropp C, 2nd Reg, of Cavalry Applicant Emma Nuckolls, Edenburg, IL 1/28/1952

[HI5823] (Research):Name: Lydia Martha Orndoff Death date: 10 Nov 1957 Death place: Ellensburg, Kittitas, Washington Gender: Female Race or color (on document): Age at death: 88 years Estimated birth year: 1869 Birth date: Birth place: Marital status: Spouse name: Father name: Charles Nuckolls Father birth place: Mother name: Susan Baker Mother birth place: Occupation: Street address: Residence: Cemetery name: Burial place: Burial date: Additional relatives: Film number: 2033770 Digital GS number: 4224556 Image number: 269 Reference number: 21708 Collection: Washington Death Certificates, 1907-1960

[NI5826] Baltimore National Cemetery Baltimore City, Maryland Nuckolls, Willi am W, b. 04/29/1873, d. 03/08/1948, Plot: D 0 2056, bur. 03/11/1948 Name:    William W Nuckolls Birth Date:    29 Apr 1873 Death Date:    8 Mar 1948 Last known address:    5501 Frederick Avenue Baltimore , MD 21228 Interment Date:    11 Mar 1948 Cemetary:    Baltimore National Cemetery Buried At:    Section D Site 2056 Cemetary URL:    http://www.cem.va.gov/nchp/baltimore.htm

[NI5827] Children of William Easley and Rebecca Clayton are: 2 i. Jemima6 Easley, born 22 March 1815 in KY; died 18 December 1902 in S t. Joseph MO. She married William Bruce Lewis 08 November 1830 in (Caldwel l) KY. 3 ii. Jane Easley, born Abt. 1826; died in (Saline) IL?. She married Presl ey Hubbard 05 April 1841 in (Caldwell) KY. 4 iii. Elias Easley, born 23 July 1818 in KY; died 06 August 1899 in (Crit tenden) KY. He married Mary M. Williams 16 November 1839 in (Livingston) K Y. + 5 iv. Ambrose Easley, born Abt. 1822 in (Hopkins) Ky; died 10 May 18 62 in St. Louis (St. Louis) MO. 6 v. Alfred N. Easley. He married (1) Louisa J Threlkeld. He married (2) E lvira A. Kilpatrick 06 July 1846 in KY. 7 vi. Lydia Easley. She married James D. Nuckolls 22 March 1849 in (Sangam on) IL. 8 vii. Warham Easley, born in KY. He married (1) Mary Ann Phelps 27 Apr il 1855 in (Sangamon) IL. He married (2) Margaret Dodds 31 August 18 58 in (Sangamon) IL.

[NI5830] 1900 Chariton Co, Keytesville, MO Chariton County Jail Thos Knuckles 5/1855 IL VA KY day laborer 4 months unemployed

[NI5833] This family source: Lynda Martinez Some sources record his name as Charles Dabney Nuckolls

[DI5834] Name: «tab»John William Nuckolls Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Death Date: «tab»26 May 1930 Death Place: «tab»Ball, Sangamon, Illinois Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»80 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1850 Birth Date: «tab»05 Feb 1850 Birthplace: «tab»Auburn, Ill Father: «tab»James Nuckolls Father's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Father's Birth Place: «tab»Auburn, Ill Mother: «tab»Lydia Easley Mother's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab»Chatham, Ill Occupation: «tab»Farmer Residence: «tab»Kansas City, Mo Street Address: «tab» Spouse: «tab»Elizabeth Spouse's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Spouse's Birthplace: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»28 May 1930 Burial Place: «tab»Ball, Sangamon, Ill Cemetery: «tab»Cumberland Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4008267 Image Number: «tab»2177 Film Number: «tab»1643664 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»2198 Source Citation "Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NQ7F-TL2 : accessed 7 June 2012), John William Nuckolls, 1930.

[NI5835] Res 1918 Springdale, Washington per WWI app son James 1900 census name is Sarah

[NI5836] Possibly this Lydia Name:    A. J. PERRY Spouse:    LYDIA NUCKOLLS Marriage Date:    3 Jul 1890 County:    Bates State:    MO

[DI5839] Name: «tab»Henry Blount Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Death Date: «tab»05 Aug 1934 Death Place: «tab»Edinburg, Christian, Illinois Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»82 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1852 Birth Date: «tab»22 Jan 1852 Birthplace: «tab»Illinois Father: «tab»James Blount Father's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Father's Birth Place: «tab»Unknown Mother: «tab»Jane Nuckols Mother's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab»Unknown Occupation: «tab»Farmer Residence: «tab»Edinburg, Ill Street Address: «tab» Spouse: «tab» Spouse's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Spouse's Birthplace: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»07 Aug 1934 Burial Place: «tab»Buckhart, Christian, Illinois Cemetery: «tab» Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4008367 Image Number: «tab»342 Film Number: «tab»1711835 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab» Source Citation "Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NQM4-1BV : accessed 7 June 2012), Jane Nuckols in entry for Henry Blount, 1934.

[NI5841] Parentage not proven History of Sangamon Co, ILL states they had only three children, John Jam es and Ida

[NI5844] Complete ancestry and bio in  "Notable Men of Alabama, Spartanburg SC, Rep rint Co, 1976  pg 318, 319 son of James William Boykin and Athalia Antoinette Johnson

[NI5852] Will Book F pg 139 Will written 1/23/1839 Proved 8/1842 Wit: Jeff Homer, Oxford Moise Exec: Ellison G Mangum

[NI5862] Parentage not proven but  a "preponderance"  of circustancial evidence. Supposedly H md first Sarah Eubank, believed to have been a sister to Emily A Eubank, wife of Elias J Wills. But Sarah was born 1790, so I dont think this was probable. According to the census, it was Jane, born 1821. But he was old enough to have another earlier wife. Descendants of Richard from: Richard Kennon 18240 Conifer Court Pioneer, CA 95666-9524 richkenn@volcano .net 1900 census says he was 92, born in March 1808. The 1860 census says he was 46 years old which would  have him born 1813/1814. Proof that Richard and George were brothers is from a letter from their sons to each other saying they were double first cousins. 3-20-2003  Norma and I had an opportunity to research your request for a photo of Richard Henry Nuckols' tombstone.  Apparently he does not have a tombstone.  We found a record of a survey of the Lexington Cemetery (Renamed Stonewall Jackson Cemetery) that was compiled in 1960 that listed several Nuckols/Nuckals buried in two different plots.  (See names below). We t hen checked with the cemetery office and was advised that their recor ds of burials is from 1927 in chronological order.  Prior to that date, the record of burials is under the plot owners name. (Wayne Combs wscombs@ntelos.net) My Virginia kin : comprising the Hamlett, Witt, Giles, Wills, Eubank-Fortune, Mullenix, Lynchard, Talbot, and Kight families : with a short treati se on the Loving family Strawberry Point, Iowa: Press-Journal Pub. Co., 1958, 253  pgs. The origin of the Eubanks, the maternal side of this Fortune Loving Family, is given in "History of Albemarle Co, VA" by Rev Edgar Woods. Thomas Fortune of this sketch lived in Albemarle county were he married Elizabeth, daughter of John and Hannah Eubank, who lived on a branch of the Hardware river in the same county. John Eubank died year 1789, leaving sons John, James, and William, dau Nancy, Elizabeth, Sarah and Frances. Following is a Nuckols-Eubank family of Rickbridge Co, Va originally of Albemarle Co, VA who have a number of connections to the "Wills" of this genealogy. Richard Henry Nuckols of Albemarle Co, Va moved to Amherst County prior to the War between the states. He was too old for service in this war. Died age 97 years, active until two months before death, which was in early part of 1900. He md first Sarah Eubank, believed to have been a sister to Emily A Eubank, wife of Elias J Wills. It is recalled by members of the family that his son, Fleming Spottswood Nuckols often spoke of his uncle "Elias Willis" and of "Spott" Wills (Fleming Spottswood Willis, son of Elias) for whom he is said to have been named. Richard md second Ida Roberts, residence near Lexington (The descendants and sources here are mostly taken from this book.)

[DI5862] Lexington Gazette, Lexington VA Wed, May 3, 1905 pg 3 Nonagenarian Dead Mr Richard Henry Nuckols died Sunday night from the infirmities of a ge at the home of his son, Mr F S Nuckols, at Buena Vista. He had reach ed the extreme age of about 95 years. The funeral took place Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock from the Lexington Baptist Church conducted by the past or Rev Dr Charles Manly. Interment was made in the Lexington Cemeter y. Mr Nuckols is survived by five children- A E and F S Nuckols of Buena Vista, S H Nuckols of near Buena Vista, Mrs Sallie Lam of Lexington and Mrs E C Root of Botetourt County. Same article appeared in Richmond Times Dispatch 5/6/1905

[HI5864] (Research):From:Fergiemom5@aol.com (email not working (3/2004) am looking for my Ggrandmother, Adelia Honeywood ROOT who was b. 23 Mar 1 826. d. 24 May 1908 and m. RICHARDSON in Rockbridge, Va. 29 Jan 1867.  She is possibly a sister to Erastus C. ROOT who married Martha Signora NUCKOLS in Rockbridge 17 Jan 1867.In my pedigree chart, the RICHARDSON (MY GGRANDFATHER) that she married was Tarquinias Supurbus RICHARDSON, son of James M. RICHARDSON and Narcissa Theresa WILLS.I found a couple of coincidences in your info.  First, Erastas (and possibly Adelia) was the son of Theresa WILLS, and secondly, Erastus named a daughter Inez ADELIA. 1900 Census has a child named Arthur (dont know if Nuckolls or Root) bo rn 9/1883, no relationship given My Virginia kin : comprising the Hamlett, Witt, Giles, Wills, Eubank-Fortune, Mullenix, Lynchard, Talbot, and Kight families : with a short treatise on the Loving family Strawberry Point, Iowa: Press-Journal Pub. Co., 1958, 253  pgs. Pg107    Erastus born in Lexington VA was a Baptist Minister, served in Amherst County. (Has other Root and Wills family info)

[DI5864] There were two articles about him in the Rockbridge County News when he died and when he was buried. Jan 31, 1918 and a week later.

[NI5866] The Louisa County Historical Magazine, Spring 1990, Vol. 21, NO. 1 has several references to L. A. KENNON as a local merchant. He bought property as early as 1918. L. A. KENNON and G. R. ERGENBRIGHT were co- owners of the hotel and Mineral Hardware Co. Then they apparently went bankrupt in 1922. During this time he also operated a movie theater. Records show him living on the corner of Eighth Street and Mineral Avenue in 1912. We (Richard Kennon)  visited Mineral in June of 1998 and saw the house and met the people living in it. VMI indicates Ashby was in the class of 1921 and that he did not complete the course. Combination of bad grades and poppa ran out of money.

[NI5867] Ellis was apparently born in Mineral, Louisa Co., VA November 21, 1902. The only record of his birth is his employment record at the C&O Railroad. He worked there from June 14, 1926 to December 16, 1935. The 1920 census shows a 17 year old Ellis living with L.A. Kennon in Louisa Co., VA but the local school system said they could not find a record of him at Mineral High School. He and Mildred were divorced in 1935/1936 and Mildred received custody of Richard.

[DI5869] Name: «tab»Rachel O. Nuchles Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»18 Apr 1916 Event Place: «tab»Blount Co., Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab»Single Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»29 Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»20 Mar 1887 Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»William Nuchols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Mother: «tab»Eliza J. Williams Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Occupation: «tab»None Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab»Maryvill, Blount Co. Cemetery: «tab»Pleasant Grove Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»19 Apr 1916 Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183044 Image Number: «tab»845 Film Number: «tab»1299648 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»v 2 cn 326

[NI5870] 1910 Census Blount Co, TN is a possible brother living next door Samuel Goddard, age 34 Susie F , wife 22, 3/3 Nold S, dau, 3 Pearl P dau 1 May 3months (5/13/1910)

[BI5871] Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 Name: «tab»Wm H Nuckles Birth Date: «tab»20 Aug 1858 Birth County: «tab»Monroe Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Male Father's Name: «tab»Pleasant W Nuckles Mother's Name: «tab»Drucilla W Whitham County of Residence: «tab»Monroe

[DI5871] The Lexington Herald 3/29/1906 Fathers Slayer Held Over Glasgow Ky, March 28- Clarence Nuckols, who killed his father, Henderson Nuckols, two weeks ago on Mud Camp Creek in Monroe County, by striking him over the head with a barrel stave, was given an  examining trial before Judge Miller at Tomkinsville and was held on the charge of manslaughter, his bond being fixed at $1500 Adair County News Adair Co, Columbia, KY Wed Apr 3, 1907 Plea of SelfDefense Will Be Entered and Mother Will Be a Witness Marrowbone Ky March 30 Special The April term of the Monroe Circuit Court will begin at Tompkinsville Monday April 1 The civil docket is light but the criminal docket contains several very important cases among which is that of Clarence Nuckols charged with the murder of his father Henderson Nuckels It is charged he killed the old man two years ago at their home on Meshack creek by beating him over the head with a gunbarrel Young Nuckols plea will be that of self defense. When first  accused however he stoutly denied that he killed his father at all and claimedthat he found him at their barn with his skull crushed in and in a state of unconsciousness. It is said that Mrs Henderson Nuckols mother of Clarence Nuckols and wife of the dead man will testify in behalf of her son who she says was compelled to kill his father in defense of his own life She too claimed at the start that her husband was found at their barn in a dying condition and that she did not know who had assauted him. Henderson Nuchols the dead man was about fifty five years of age a farmer and had the reputation of being a quiet peaceable citizen. Clarence Nuckols his son and slayer is about twenty years old unmarried and is said to be almost overcome with grief over the slaying of his father (Sunday Courier Journal)

[NI5876] CSA 4th VA Cavalry, captured, died of typhoid fever at Point Lookout Prison Camp, MD Source: The Clopton Chronicles, A Project of the Clopton Family Genealogical Society

[NI5881] 1880 Census Place:Knox, Jay, Indiana Source:FHL Film 1254287  National Archives Film T9-0287     Page 47 7B RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace Lemuel K. NUCKOLSSelfMMW65VAOcc:FarmerFa: VAMo: VA Mary NUCKOLSWifeFMW71Fa: VAMo: VA dgeesaman@MHO.net (dgeesaman) Here is the sum total of what I know about Samuel Nuckols He was born around 1815 in Virginia On 7 September 1843 he married Mary K ay Wilkinson in Ross County Ohio      Mary Kay was b 1809 in Virgin ia  d 22 Nov 1900 in Pennville Jay County IN       she was the daughter of Samuel R Wilkinson and Elizabeth Collins He died  in 1896 in Jay County IN  both are buried in Pennville Jay Coun ty IN Their children were William S, Jesse, Elizabeth and James L. Samuel left Virginia with his family when he was 13 years old.  In 18 65 he loaded his wife and children (William  S. was 6 years old at the tim e)  into a wagon and moved West to Jay county IN to a 72 acre farm ther e.  I know more about William S and his descendants and now will look mo re intently for the Wilkinson family. Another note after reading what Hubert wrote.....Dave's Mom (Majorie Loui se Nuckols) died at 35 years old from complications of rheumatoid arthriti s. David on the other hand is a juvenile dialbetic.  He was diagnos ed at 9 years old, 3 years after his mother's death.  We've been marri ed 27 years and the last 15 has had some challenges with his health.  13 y ears ago at 36 he had a series of heart attacks that led to a 5 way bypas s, later that year his kidneys failed.  1 year after that he was the luc ky recipient of a kidney/ pancreas transplant at Duke University (only the 11th person to ha ve that surgery),  For 12 years you could not tell there were any health p roblems.  In the year of the transplant and the bypass he missed less th an 1 month's work.  In the past 11 years no more than 3 or 4 days a year f or the flu or a head cold.  Last spring he lost his left leg to an undiagn osed infection. He missed a bit of work but has been back on for near ly a year now on his prosthetic leg and again from all appearanc es he is a healthy 49 year old guy, (he's all psyched up to put a waterfa ll in the backyard this summer).

[NI5883] 1880 Census Place:Knox, Jay, Indiana Source:FHL Film 1254287  National Archives Film T9-0287     Page 47 7B William S. NUCKOLS SelfMMW 25OHOcc:FarmerFa: VAMo: VA Lydia A. NUCKOLS WifeFMW20INFa: OHMo: OH Alij NUCKOLSDauFSW2INFa: OHMo: IN NUCKOLSSisterFSW1MINFa: OHMo: IN (This is not a sister, as his mother was 70. It is a brother to Allie, s on George born 5/1880 1900 Census is servant Edith Zigler, age 35 who son George married William S. NUCKOLS, a well known and substantial farmer and landowner of K nox township, is a "Buckeye" by birth but has been a resident of Indiana a nd of Jay county since he was six years of age. Mr. NUCKOLS was bo rn on a farm in Ross county, Ohio, September 29, 1852, and is the son of L emuel and Mary K. (WILKERSON) NUCKOLS, whose last days were spent in Jay c ounty. Lemuel NUCKOLS was a Virginian by birth and remained in the Old Dom inion until he was thirteen years of age, when he went to Ohio and after h is marriage settled clown in Ross county, where he was the owner of a fa rm of seventy-two acres. In 1865 he disposed of his interests there and pu tting his essential household belongings Into a wagon drove through with h is family to Indiana and settled on a quarter section of land he had boug ht in the woods of Knox township, this county. That quarter section was wh olly unimproved when he settled there and he put up a house and proceed ed to clear the place, in good time bringing it under cultivation, and the re he spent the remainder of his life. He and his wife were the paren ts of four children, those besides the subject of this sketch being Jess e, Elizabeth and James L. Having been but a child when he came to Jay coun ty with his parents in 1865. William S. NUCKOLS received his schooli ng in the schools of Knox township and from the days of his boyhood w as a helpful factor in the labors of developing the home place. After h is marriage he established his home on that place and has continued to res ide there, now the owner of the entire farm, a place upon which he has ma de many substantial improvements. Mr. NUCKOLS is a Republican and has ev er given a good citizen's attention to local civic affairs. William S. NUC KOLS has been twice married and by his first wife, who was Lydia WRIGH T, is the father of four children, namely: George, who married Ima ZEIGL ER and has seven children; Allie, who married Luther ZEIGLER , a cous in of her brother George's wife, and has two sons; Francis, who married Sa rah MAITLEN and has seven children, and Oscar, who married Amy RIDGEWAY a nd has three children. Following the death of the mother of these childr en Mr. NUCKOLS married Anna CURRENT, a daughter of James K. P. CURRENT a nd a member of one of the old families of Jay county. SOURCE: Milton T. Jay, M.D., History of Jay County Indiana, Historical Pub lishing Co., Indpls. 1922, Vol. II, p.380. Transcribed by Eloine Chesnu

[NI5887] World War I Draft Registration Cards, Sept 12 1918 Francis Asbury Nuckols Age 33 born April 23, 1885 Self Emp Farmer, Jay Co, Pennville, IN Kin: Sarah Ann Nuckols, same address Tall, slender, blu eyes, brn hair U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Francis Asbury Nuckols Birth Date: 23 Apr 1885 Residence: Jay, Indiana RR1 Dunkirk Birth: Jay, Indiana Race: White Roll: WW2_2369015 notify-Sarah Nuckols, same add Emp-self Name:    Nuckles Father:    Wm T Mother:    Right County:    Jay Gender:    M Birth Date:    13 Apr 1885 Reference:    Jay County, Indiana Index to Birth Records 1882 - 1920 Inclusive Volume I Letters A - Z Inclusive Book:    H-1 Page:    126

[NI5893] Name:    Nuckols, Letha Father:    Francis Mother:    Sarah Maitlen County:    Jay Gender:    F Birth Date:    22 Nov 1907 Reference:    Jay County, Indiana Index to Birth Records 1882 - 1920 Inclusive Volume I Letters A - Z Inclusive Book:    H-14 Page:    5

[NI5905] Home in 1860: Paint, Highland, Ohio Gender: Female Post Office: Rainsborough Value of real estate: View image Household Members: Name Age John P Howe 32 Mary Howe 11 Martha Howe 9 Hannah Howe 6 William Howe 3 Elizabeth Howe 33

[DI5905] Death Certificate of son Luther gives mother as Charlotte HOWELL Some researchers have name as HOWE. Name : Hannah C Nuckols Death date : 05 Dec 1912 Death place : Paint, Ross, Ohio Birth date : 11 Sep 1855 Estimated birth year : Birth place : Ohio Age at death : 57 years 2 months 24 days Gender : Female Marital status : Widowed Race or color : Caucasian Street address : Occupation : Housekeeper Residence : Burial date : 08 Dec 1912 Burial place : Cemetery name : Nuckols Cem Spouse name : Father name : John Howe Father titles : Father birth place : Via Mother name : Mary Warntz Mother titles : Mother birth place : Via GSU film number : 1953595 Digital GS number : 4021228 Image number : 1124 Reference number : fn 68452 Collection : Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[NI5906] Groom's Name: «tab»W. W. Mcconnico Groom's Birth Date: «tab» Groom's Birthplace: «tab» Groom's Age: «tab» Bride's Name: «tab»Sue F. Bonham Bride's Birth Date: «tab» Bride's Birthplace: «tab» Bride's Age: «tab» Marriage Date: «tab»20 Jan 1901 Marriage Place: «tab»Navarro, Texas Groom's Father's Name: «tab» Groom's Mother's Name: «tab» Bride's Father's Name: «tab» Bride's Mother's Name: «tab» Groom's Race: «tab» Groom's Marital Status: «tab» Groom's Previous Wife's Name: «tab» Bride's Race: «tab» Bride's Marital Status: «tab» Bride's Previous Husband's Name: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»M75267-6 System Origin: «tab»Texas-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»1034862 Reference Number: «tab»p 21 Source Citation "Texas, Marriages, 1837-1973," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/F614-CJ5 : accessed 4 May 2012), W. W. Mcconnico, 1901.

[DI5906] Name: «tab»Sue Bonham Nuckols Death Date: «tab»15 Jul 1941 Death Place: «tab»Beaumont, Jefferson, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»80 years 2 months 2 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»13 May 1861 Birthplace: «tab»Navaro Co., Texas Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Decalb Mcconico Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ala. Mother's Name: «tab»Bonham Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ala. Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab»Beaumont, Jefferson, Texas 1665 Cartright St 21 yrs Inf- Mrs W W Lutenbacher 1665 Cartright St Beaumont TX Cemetery: «tab»Magnolia Cemetery Burial Place: «tab»Texas Burial Date: «tab»15 Jul 1941 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2138642 Digital Film Number: «tab»4030533 Image Number: «tab»1478 Reference Number: «tab»cn 33226 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDT3-76X : accessed 4 May 2012), Sue Bonham Nuckols, 1941.

[NI5909] My name is Paul Beyer and in Live in Victoria, Texas and I came upon yo ur information posted at My Trees .com on the Luthenbacher's namely Walla ce and Irene Nuckols Luthenbacher. I have been doing research on the Luthe nbacher as I am kin to Wallace's mother and I had no clue as to Irene's si de of the family until I ran across your information. I would like to sha re what I have with you if I may. Your information was input in 2004 a nd I don't know if your e-mail address is still good. I surely hope I c an get in touch with you. paulbeyer@cox.net

[DI5910] Name: «tab»William W. Lutenbacher Death Date: «tab»07 May 1962 Death Place: «tab»Beaumont, Jefferson, Texas DOA Baptist Hospital Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»64 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1-7-1898 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Jefferson Co, TX Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Cornelius Lewis Lutenbacher Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Josephine Hagel Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Ins salesman Place of Residence: «tab»1495 Cartright, Beaumont Cemetery: «tab»Maganolia Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»5/9/1962 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2116970 Digital Film Number: «tab»4028453 Image Number: «tab»2956 Reference Number: «tab»cn 30967 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JFJ8-TBY : accessed 6 May 2012), William W. Lutenbacher, 1962.

[DI5911] Name: «tab»Mary Kathryn Clarkson Death Date: «tab»10 Mar 1976 Death Place: «tab»Beaumont, Jefferson, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»79 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1897 Birth Date: «tab»3/25/1896 Birthplace: «tab»Port Bolivar TX Marital Status: md«tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Joseph D. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Sue Bonham Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Forrest Lawn Memorial Park Burial Place: «tab»Beaumont Burial Date: «tab»3/11/1976 Additional Relatives: «tab»2005 N Tarin, Beaumont, Orange Co, Vidor, TX Film Number: «tab»2243929 Inf- Framk S Clarkson Sr Digital Film Number: «tab»4167958 Image Number: «tab»3251 Reference Number: «tab»3292 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J63J-1BC : accessed 6 May 2012), Joseph D. Nuckols in entry for Mary Kathryn Clarkson, 1976.

[NI5912] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918  DOB 2/19-1899 Name: Joseph Nuckols SSN: 456-03-0147 Last Residence: 77701  Beaumont, Jefferson, Texas, United States of Ameri ca Born: 9 Feb 1899 Died: Aug 1974 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 )

[DI5912] Name: «tab»Joseph Marvin Nuckols Death Date: «tab»05 Aug 1974 Death Place: «tab»Beaumont, Jefferson, Texas, Baptist Hosp Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»wh Death Age: «tab»75 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab»2-19-1899 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Bolivar, TX Marital Status: «tab»mever married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Joseph Doderidge Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Sue Mcconnico Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Timekeeper, Mobile Oil Place of Residence: «tab»2356 Pennsylvania , Beaumont Cemetery: «tab»Magnolia Cem Burial Place: «tab»Beaumont TX Burial Date: «tab»8/4/1974 Additional Relatives: COD Brain and lung cancer«tab» Film Number: «tab»2243325 Digital Film Number: «tab»4167681 Image Number: «tab»1208 Reference Number: «tab»59875 Source Citation"Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J6SP-H9W : accessed 4 May 2012), Joseph Marvin Nuckols, 1974. Name: Joseph Nuckols SSN: 456-03-0147 Last Residence: 77701  Beaumont, Jefferson, Texas,  Born: 9 Feb 1899 Died: Aug 1974 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 )

[BI5913] Birth record for son Marion, typed, not written, very clearly spells middle name as MELOMICA

[DI5913] Name: «tab»Garner M. Nuckols Death Date: «tab»28 Feb 1971 Death Place: «tab»Nederland, Jefferson, Texas Mid-Jefferson Co Hosp Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»67 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1904 Birth Date: «tab»3/1/1903 Birthplace: «tab»Alvin TX Marital Status: «tab»widower Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Joseph T. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Sue Mcconnico Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»retired operator, Mobile Oil Co Place of Residence: «tab»4315 Grandberry, Beaumont Cemetery: «tab»Forest Lawn Memorial Park Burial Place: «tab»Beaumont Burial Date: «tab»3/1/1971 COD-Cancer etiology unknown Additional Relatives: «tab»Inf-Robert E Nuckols Film Number: «tab»2223121 Digital Film Number: «tab»4169838 Image Number: «tab»1562 Reference Number: «tab»19402 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J68M-TB1 : accessed 4 May 2012), Garner M. Nuckols, 1971.

[DI5917] Name: «tab»Alice Jewel Muckols Death Date: «tab»09 Apr 1969 Death Place: «tab»Beaumont, Jefferson, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»W Death Age: «tab»61 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»27 Oct 1907 Birthplace: «tab»Beaumont, Texas Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»G. M. Nuchols Father's Name: «tab»George W. Pattillo Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Linnie Roix Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab»Beaumont, Jefferson, Texas Cemetery: «tab»Forest Lawn Memorial Park Burial Place: «tab»Beaumont, Texas Burial Date: «tab»11 Apr 1969 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2137441 Digital Film Number: «tab»4029607 Image Number: «tab»493 Reference Number: «tab»cn 27381 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDKC-KYK : accessed 7 May 2012), G. M. Nuchols in entry for Alice Jewel Muckols, 1969.

[NI5920] Publication Title: Texas Birth Certificates, 1903-10, 1926-29Publisher: Fa milySearchCounty: JeffersonYear: 1926Surname Starts With: NSurname Star ts With Two: NuSurname Starts With Three: NucGiven Name: Gloria LeverteSur name: NuckolsFather Given Name: Garner MFather Surname: NuckolsMother Giv en Name: Alice JewelMother Surname: PatilloCity: Beaumont Texas Name: Gloria L. McTighe SSN: 463-32-1080 Last Residence: 95949  Grass Valley, Nevada, California, United Stat es of America Born: 11 Sep 1926 Died: 13 Sep 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 ) Name: Gloria Leverte Nuckols Date of Birth: 11 Sep 1926 Gender: Female Birth County: Jefferson Father's name: Garner M Nuckols Mother's name: Alice Jewel Pattillo Roll Number: 1926_0004

[NI5921] Name: Marion Edward Nuchols Date of Birth: 23 Feb 1928 Gender: Male Birth County: Jefferson Father's name: Garner Melomica Nuchols Mother's name: Alice Jewel Patillo Roll Number: 1928_0005

[HI5921] (Research):Name: Marion Edward Nuckols Gender: Male Marital status: Married Death date: 14 Aug 1968 Death county: Cherokee Death place: Cherokee, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[DI5921] Name: «tab»Marion Edward Nuckols Death Date: «tab»14 Aug 1968 Death Place: «tab»Rusk, Cherokee, Texas Rusk State Hosp Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»40 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»23 Feb 1928 Birthplace: «tab»Texas Marital Status: «tab»Single Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Garner M. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Alice Battillio Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Laborer, construction work Armed Forces 1945-1947  SS# 463-32-3424 Place of Residence: «tab»Beaumont, Jefferson, Texas 8 yrs 296 days COD coronary heart disease, leading to paranoia and schizophrenia Cemetery: «tab»unknown Informant, hospital Burial Place: «tab»Beaumont, Texas Burial Date: «tab»14 Aug 1968 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2137109 Digital Film Number: «tab»4029812 Image Number: «tab»287 Reference Number: «tab»cn54480 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDGK-B54 : accessed 4 May 2012), Marion Edward Nuckols, 1968.

[NI5922] Name: Robert Eugene Nuckols Date of Birth: 7 Aug 1930 Gender: Male Birth County: Jefferson Father's name: Garner McConnico Nuckols Mother's name: Alice Jewel Patillo Roll Number: 1930_0006 Name: Robert Eugene Nuckols Titles: Gender: Male Marital status: Death date: 04 Feb 1996 Death county: Jefferson Death place: Jefferson, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[NI5923] Name: Dolores Fayrice Nuchols Date of Birth: 19 Aug 1933 Gender: Female Birth County: Jefferson Father's name: Garner M Nuchols Mother's name: Alice Jewell Patillo Roll Number: 1933_0005

[NI5924] Name: Garner McConnico JR. Nuckols Date of Birth: 3 Dec 1936 Gender: Male Birth County: Jefferson Father's name: Garner McConnico Nuckols Mother's name: Alice Jewel Pattillo Roll Number: 1936_0006 Name: Garner Mcconnico Nuckols Jr Titles: Jr Gender: Male Marital status: Death date: 24 Feb 1997 Death county: Jefferson Death place: Jefferson, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[NI5926] Name: Charles William Nuckols Date of Birth: 27 Nov 1939 Gender: Male Birth County: Jefferson Father's name: Garner M Nuckols Mother's name: Alice Jewel Patillo Roll Number: 1939_0006

[DI5926] Charles Nuckols, 71, of Vidor died June 19, 2011, Memorial Funeral Home, Vidor. Published in The Beaumont Enterprise on June 21, 2011 Social Security Death Index about Charles William Nuckols Name: «tab»Charles William Nuckols Last Residence: «tab»77662  Vidor, Orange, Texas,  Born: «tab»27 Nov 1939 Died: «tab»19 Jun 2011 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Texas (1955)

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