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[NI5927] Name: Joseph Eldon Nuchols Date of Birth: 7 Jul 1941 Gender: Male Birth County: Jefferson Mother's name: Alice Patillo Roll Number: 1941_0007

[HI5927] (Research):Name: Eldon Joseph Nuckols Sr Titles: Sr Gender: Male Marital status: Death date: 09 Jan 1991 Death county: Jefferson Death place: Jefferson, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[XI5928] From Donnie Murphy 3/2013 Names George, Lucinda nd Mary on oblisk Looking at the obelisk, I first thing I noticed today was the Lucinda's side say Lucinda Nuckols –  First Wife.   There are no dates. Looking at the other side, I see Mary A. Nuckols –  Second Wife.  There are no dates.  Of course, she has a tombstone separate from the family marker.  I include another photo of the plot itself.  There is a place for another tombstone behind Mary.  I am thinking Lucinda must have had her own tombstone at one time and that tombstone was destroyed.George W. Nuckols' side was pretty much what we already knew.  I did see the dates and they look like what I have seen online.  12 Dec 1790 –  06 Apr 1864 The inscription below his name and date is very difficult to read.  I even tried to etch it but it didn't look like anything.  There just wasn't enough indention in the letters to read it.  It appeared to be a religious passage of some kind.  I could see the words "faith" and "from hence forth".

[NI5929] Mrs Mary A Gibson according to some marriage records Complete ancestry in  this book: Fillebrown, Charles Bowdoin, The family of Rev. John Butler Boston, Mass.?: Printed for private circulation, 1908, 96  pgs. Her education received at her fathers school at East Winthrop Maine. S he md first 7/14/1841 to John S Gibson. Died 12 days after the birth of h er youngest child. Children by Mr Butler: John B 9/3/1845 and Margaret Stuart, who died. Obit in Mt Sterling Advocate 10/29/1897  of Logan T Threlkeld. Names wife  Miss mary Butler, daughter of Rev John Butler names the sister of Mary as Mrs Nuckols. Names her in a story in the time frame of events in 1845-1860.

[DI5929] Shelby Co, Deth Records Mary A Nuckols, age 38 married Born Maine d/o John and Ann Butler COD inflamation of bowels

[XI5929] From Donnie Murphy 3/2013 Names George, Lucinda nd Mary on oblisk Looking at the obelisk, I first thing I noticed today was the Lucinda's side say Lucinda Nuckols - First Wife.   There are no dates. Looking at the other side, I see Mary A. Nuckols - Second Wife.  There are no dates.  Of course, she has a tombstone separate from the family marker.  I include another photo of the plot itself.  There is a place for another tombstone behind Mary.  I am thinking Lucinda must have had her own tombstone at one time and that tombstone was destroyed. 

[DI5931] Name: «tab»Katherine R. Nuckols Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»25 Apr 1951 Event Place: «tab»Murfreesboro, Rutherford, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab»Married Race or Color: «tab»white Age: «tab»75 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»2/8/1876 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»TN Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Beverly Randolph Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother: «tab»Betty Wade Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»housewife Street Address: «tab»1907 Blakemore Ave, Nashville Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Evergreen Burial Place: «tab»Murphreesboro Burial Date: «tab»4/28/1951 Informant: «tab»G W Nuckols, St Paul MN Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4181462 Image Number: «tab»1628 Film Number: «tab»2372447 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 51-08907

[NI5933] Father: George Washington Hobbs b. 31 Oct 1801 Mother: Ellen C. Davis b. 5 Sep 1804

[DI5933] Name: «tab»George Helm Hobbs Titles & Terms: «tab» Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»1928 Event Place: «tab»Covington, Kenton, Kentucky Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 about George Helm Hobbs Name: «tab»George Helm Hobbs Death Date: «tab»4 Aug 1928 Death Location: «tab»Kenton Age: «tab»84 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»6 Oct 1843 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»George W Hobbs Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's name: «tab»Ellen Davis Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky

[DI5934] Name:  «tab»R C Nuckols Death Date: «tab»29 Apr 1912 Death Location: «tab»Christian Residence Location: «tab»Christian Age: «tab»59 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»1853 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»No Record Mother's Name: «tab»No Record

[XI5934] Plot: Section: E Lot/Row: 178 Space: 6

[XI5935] Cemetery notes and/or description: Cedar Hill Cemetery, a large cemetery at the northern end of Mission 66 Road in Vicksburg, includes the graves of many Confederate soldiers who died during the Civil War.

[XI5936] From Donnie Murphy 3/2013 I then checked out little Sallie Walton? Nuckols.   (check etching)  The child's stone was just laying on the crypt.  You can see from the photo where I moved it.  The crypt doesn't have the first thing on it to indicate who might be in it.  I still think it is George.  Little Sallie's death date is completely unreadable because the stone was once broken.   After that it says Aged 6 months.

[DI5938] Name: «tab»Pomp David Brown Death Date: «tab»28 Jan 1943 Death Place: «tab»Shackelford, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»79 years 4 months 1 day Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»29 Sep 1863 Birthplace: «tab»Mt. Pleasant, Tenn. Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Unknown Father's Birthplace: «tab»Unknown Mother's Name: «tab»Unknown Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Unknown Occupation: «tab»Carpenter Place of Residence: «tab»Anson, Jones, Texas Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Anson, Texas Burial Date: «tab»29 Jan 1943 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2137248 Digital Film Number: «tab»4030119 Image Number: «tab»2451 Reference Number: «tab»cn4542 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDYC-FC9 : accessed 7 May 2012), Pomp David Brown, 1943.

[NI5939] Possible father of John and Sylvester is Charles Nuckles DNA Test Results from descendants prove John and Sylvester had the same fa ther Warren Co, NC Tax list 1771 Charles Nuckles (Col Will Johnson list of taxables) 1779 Charles Nuckles (married -worth under $100) 1780 Charles Nuckles (assessment 120 lbs) 1786 Charles Nuckles (1 free poll) Places the age of Charles Nuckles born prior to 1750 1810 Census shows 5 males, 6 female and 7 slaves 1811 Tax List, Warren Co, NC SMiths Creek Dist Sylvester Nichols is - 1 Descendants from Robert Donald Nuckols-bnuchols@usit.net Family researcher- Aimee Teffeteller Eve631@aol.com http://www.ransomed.com/    Web site for complete history Silvester Nuchols has been a very elusive person to find very much inform ation on. I have found documents that show him as being a minister, and pe rforming marriage ceremonies for several people, including more of the Nuc hols Family. Of course their names were spelled several different ways.           I also have documented proof that he was witness to several esta tes being probated, and as a purchaser of goods being sold at these auctio ns. The 1810 Warren County Census shows Silvester with five males and s ix females in his household, along with nine slaves.Silvester Nuchols w as also shown as taxed in the year of 1811, in Smith's Creek Distric t, in North Carolina, along with a John Nuchols. In the following years ho wever, John was still there, but Silvester was gone. We believe this is t he time that he, Salley, and Thomas came to Blount County, Tennessee, a nd settled in the Crooked Creek Community. Courthouse documents show th ey were one of the first families there.           I believe that Silvester may have been a brother to the John Nuc hols, that he was listed with in 1811, but have not proven this as yet. Si nce descendants have been told that Silvester is buried at the Crooked Cre ek Church Cemetery, several met there on October 1, 1990. Earl Adams dows ed for the graves and the church site. The area is just across Crooked Cre ek ford near Hubbard. A house once sat beside the main road, and a drive l eads off in the corner of a pasture toward the church on a small hill. T wo adults are buried to the left of the drive, and a cemetery containing a bout 15 people (mainly children) is just over the hill.           On June, 14, 1996, a Thomas Nuchols, 1215 Choctaw, Mt. Pleasan t, Texas, wrote a letter, that stated that Silvester was married twice, a nd had thirteen children. If this is correct, then that would explain a l ot of things...... Sylvester's marrige record, his named is spelled Nuckols Warren Co, NC Tax List 1786- C NUCHOLS 43. 28 March 1796; Ack: Nov. Ct. 1800. WYATT HAWKINS to JAMES CALLER. Mort gage on negroes, cattle & furniture to am't. of 3,000 Pds. to secure his s ecurityship on Admn. bond for Est. of PHILIP BURFORD, dec'd. Wit: ABNER SE ARS & SILVESTER NICHOLS (NUCHOLS?). 185.  11 Jan. 1808; Feb. Ct. 1808.  Acc't. sale Est. JOHN CARROLL, dec' d.  Names:  ANN(E) CARROL,  HENRY FITTS,  A. PASCHALL,  JOSHUA RIVERS, Jr .,  SETH PERKINSON,  JOHN MOREY,  CHARLES MABRY,  GEORGE WORTHAM,  JAMES P OWELL,  JACOB BELL,  SYLVESTER NUCHOLS,  JOSHUA RIVERS, Sr.  & ZACHARIAH B RANSCOM. It is possible Sylvester had a daughter Narcissus born 5/27/1827 in Blou nt Co, TN. She marred Robert Stratton in Blount Co, TN 5/25/1845. She di ed 5/10/1887 in Graham Co, NC and buried in Jenkins Cemetery Graham Co, Ta poco, NC

[NI5941]     Thomas Nuchols, with his dad, Silvester Nuchols, came to Tennessee, wi th their wives. They traveled in what was called a tandem cart, a two-whee led outfit with shaves, one horse between the shaves, the other horse in f ront attached to the shaves. There was a seat between the wheels for the t wo women, with some space at their feet for equipment. Other equipment w as fastened to the back of the seat. The men rode horses with more equipme nt tied to their saddles. You can judge from the description, that this w as a very scanty outfit.     There was plenty of game at that time, and they, being of hardy pione er stock, could pretty well live off the land. They came through Cosb y, to the Pleasant Grove Community, near Hubbard Community now is. Since S ally was expecting, and they had traveled many days, Thomas stopped, and m oved into a vacant house, which he later bought. There was four or five hu ndred acres with the house. All of his children was born there, and was so ld, or given portions of the land. Many of the grandchildren were born the re.     There is evidence that Sally was born in Blount, through the census, b ut other evidence shows she was born in North Carolina. The stories I ha ve read say she was from N.C., and that is where she was married to Thoma s. Another story says she and Thomas came from Virginia, through North Car olina, to Blount County. In the book of Wills and Deeds of Blount County, is the following; Thomas Nuchols to James Tipton 10/09/1840 '$35.00 pd., 5 ac. off of t he SW end of where I live; jns. both of us; wit. D.D. Foute, Enoch Stephen s, ack. 10/09/1840, J. Kennon, clk; by James M. Toole, DC; reg. 10/16/184 0, A. McClain, reg. for B.C.' Thomas Nuchols to Wm M. Nuchols 3/21/1859 '$100.00 pd., 25 ac. in 14th dis t., on creek, a branch, up it, E. to top of a ridge, thence to the beg.; w it. A.B. Johnson, W. A. Walker; ack. 3/21/1859, J. C. McCoy cl k, by W. A. Walker; DC; reg. 3/28/1859, And McClain, reg.' Thomas Nuckols was the Bondsman for the marriage of Rilly Pashall to Thom as Omery on 2/12/1817 in Warren Co, NC, witnessed by Wm Green. Marriages of Bute and Warren Counties, North Carolina 1764-1868 William G Wilson & Betsy Marshall 11/5/1814 Thomas Nuchols,  bm; W Gree n, C.C.C. wit

[NI5946] Home in 1860: District 14, Blount, Tennessee Gender: Male Post Office: Gambles Store Value of real estate: $800   $760 Household Members: Name Age William Nichols 35 Catharine Nichols 35 Eliza Nichols 13 Sarah Nichols 8 Thomas Nichols 5 Richard Nichols 3 John Elders 73 Nancy Elders 84

[NI5947] 1860 neighbor is probably parents HH609 Elijah Nelson 78 NC Nancy 52 NC Luther Nelson, 22, TN Hettie, 18 TN Martha 13 TN Jacob 14 TN David 12 TN 1880 Census unknowns in hosehold Nancy F Nuchols, age 21 Step daughter Martha Z Nuchols, dau, age4 William C Nuchols, son, age 2 (she seems too old to have children, and husband died in 1870)

[DI5948] Name: «tab»W. M. Nuchols Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»24 Nov 1926 Event Place: «tab»Blount, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab»Married Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»66 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1860 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»W. M. Nuchols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee Mother: «tab»Kathern Nelson Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee Occupation: «tab»Farmer Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Pleasant Grove Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»26 Nov 1926 Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab»X Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183295 Image Number: «tab»861 Film Number: «tab»1876720 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»25851

[DI5949] Name: «tab»Eliza J. Nuchols Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»09 Jan 1945 Event Place: «tab»Maryville, Blount, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»79 Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»13 Aug 1865 Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»James M. Williams Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Mother: «tab»Rachel Gamble Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Occupation: «tab»Housekeeper Street Address: «tab»R.F.D. #3 Residence: «tab»Maryville, Blount, Tenn. Cemetery: «tab»Pleasant Grove Burial Place: «tab»Blount, Tenn. Burial Date: «tab»11 Jan 1945 Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab»X Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184897 Image Number: «tab»79 Film Number: «tab»2137355 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 65

[NI5950] Name:    William Wesley Nuchols City:    Not Stated County:    Blount State:    Tennessee Birthplace:    Tennessee;United States of America Birth Date:    13 Nov 1889 Race:    Caucasian Roll:    1852921 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 9-12-1918 William Wesley Nuchols Rt 5 Marysville, TN Age 27 born Nov 13 1889 Sexton, TN Farmer, married, wife and 3 children Med height, med build, brn eyes, brn hair

[DI5953] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Olivia Nuckols Death Date: «tab»24 Sep 1908 Death Location: «tab»Jefferson Residence Location: «tab»Jefferson Age: «tab»65 Born 9/24/1843 * Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»1843 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky COD- Brochitis Res- 154 Cabel St (Incorrect date of birth , census records confirm her approx age)

[XI5953] «b»St. Louis Cemetery in Louisville, Kentucky. The add is : 1600 Newburg Rd in Louisville«/b»

[NI5954] Sept 2008 from Janie Campbell Our First Cousin Randy called me from NC. He remembered that he had heard abt his ancestors (the Nuckols). He looked up the history of Louisville and he found out the our Grandpa Sam Nuckols was the high Sheriff of Louisville/Jefferson County!!! He also told me that (this I am not sure if it was in the Library or something his Mother or Grandma Bishop had told him) That Grandpa Sam, when he was high sheriff would go around and fine people when they need fining and he would take the money and go down south and buy slaves and bring them back to Louisville and set them free. That may not have been the legal way to spend the money but it certainly was the right way. I had noticed in/on some of the census reports I think it would show written "Free Negroes" . Maybe it was on the Slave Schedules I can't remember. And It shows on one of the Census reports a Little black boy listed under Pouncy and Olivia's family. 9 years old. I assumed his parents had died and they were raising him.

[DI5954] Name:  «tab»Samuel Nuckols Death Date: «tab»8 May 1919 Death Location: «tab»Clay Residence Location: «tab»Clay Age: «tab»73 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»8 Mar 1846 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Pouncey Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Nancy Burnett Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Informant Cordelia Nuckols, Teges, KY (Cordelia incorrectly named Sams mother on this certificate, using grandmothers name.)

[HI5956] (Research):Natalie Nuckols-Tennent Date: August 16, 2001 at 11:38:00 In Reply to: Samuel Nuckols/Turkey Gap, KY/1850 by Janie Campbell I am the indirect great, great, grandaughter of Samuel Nuckols. Evidently, Aly Cole had a son out of wedlock, Charles Edward Cole, which later became Nuckols when Aly married Samuel Nuckols.  I heard one time that his biological father's name was "Lewis Dickerson " but have never been able to confirm that.  Aley Cole was a cousin to the Youngers and James boys  They were living in Knox County, KY during the time Charles was conceived. Death certificate, however names father as Samuel Nuckols. Charles Nuckols married Elizabeth Morris in 1897 in Barbaraville, Kentucky and had twelve children: William Henry, James Robert, Amanda Belle, Theodore R., Delia Mae, Arthur, Bertha, Green Bruce, Levi, Dallas, Lelvia Betty, and my grandfather, George Mathew Nuckols, the last born and last to pass on in March of this year. Eventually, Charles and Elizabeth Nuckols wound up in Shawnee, Oklahoma where they lived the rest of their days. Of the twelve children Charles and Elizabeth  only nine survived adolescence. George married Annie William Metcalf and had two children, Georgeanne and Darryl Bruce Nuckols, my father.

[DI5956] Shawnee News 7/9/1944 Services Pending for C E Nuckols C E Nuckols, 73, who came here in 1920 from Kentucky, died at 6:20 p.m. Saturday at his residence, 409 S Pennsylvania. He was a member of the Baptist Church. Surviving are his wife, Mrs Elizabeth Nuckols, of the home; four sons, W H, Shawnee, Green, U S Army, Levi, Bell Calif and Matt, U S Army Overseas; three daughters; Mrs Amanda Johnson and Mrs Lelvia Rackley, both of Shawnee, and Mrs Delie Flynn, Los Angeles, Calif, and 24 grandchildren. Shawnee News 7/11/1944 Nuckols, Rites Pending Funeral Services for C E nuckols 73, who died Saturday will be held in the Gaskill chapel, with time to be announced later- pending arrival of relatives. Rev O B Wilson will conduct the services and burial will be in Resthaven Memorial Park. Shawnee News 7/12/1944 Nuckols, Services Are Scheduled For Today Funeral services for C E Nuckols, 73, will be held in the Gaskill chapel at 4 p.m. roday with Rev O B Wilson officiating. Burial will be in Resthaven Memorial Park. Bearers are J E Gardner, W M Clem, C R Myers, Jim Morrow, Cleve Holt and Archie Rackley

[XI5956] (73-0-27)

[NI5957] paternal grandparents: John &Charity(Jones) Morris maternal grandparents: Adin & Betsy (Waggoner) Sasser b: 30 Jul 1877 Laural Co, KY d: 28 Jun 1964 Shawnee, Pottawaatomie Co, OK

[DI5957] Unnamed and undated newspapaer article Funeral services for Mrs Elizabeth Nuckols, 86, 409 S Pennsylvania, will be at 10 a.m.today in Roesch Brothers Chapel. Rev C E Wellman, pastor of the Church of God at Newton, Kas. will officiate. He will be assisted by Rev Melburn Hall, pastor of the  Shawnee Church of God. Burial will be in Resthaven Memorial Park. Mrs Nuckols, died at her  hme Sunday afternoon following a long illness. She was born July 20, 1877 in Knox County, Ky and moved to Shawnee in 1922, living here since that time. She was preceded in deth by her husband, Charles E Nuckols. She was a member of the Church of God. Survivors include four sons, W H Nuckols 415 S Pennsylvania; J R Nuckols, 400 N Aydelotte; G N Nuckols, Lexington and G M Nuckols, Scottsdale, Ariz; three daughters, Mrs Amanda Johnson, 409 S Pennsylvania; Mrs Delia Flynn, Colton, CA and Mrs Lelvia Rackley, 1506 E Seventh; 26 grandchildren, 68 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Mrs Nuckols' grandsons will be the bearers. Honorary bearers will be James Marlow, R J Corrick, William Denman, Charlie DeHart, Harvey Hyden and Clyde Hogue.

[DI5958] W H "Bill" Nuckols, 85 of the Shawnee Sunset Estates Nursing Home, died Tuesday July 3 at his home. Graveside services are set for 10 a.m. Monday at the Mission Cemetery under the direction of the Gaskill Funeral Home. Mr Nuckols, a retired carpenter, had been a resident of the Shawnee area since 1919. He was born July 26, 1898 in Knox County, Kentucky. Survivors include three sons;Bill Nuckols, Shawnee, Charles Edward Nuckols, Fort Collins, Colo; and Jack Nuckols, North Hollywood, Calif; a daughter, Josephine Nuckols Lane, Shawnee; 18 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren.

[NI5959] From Charles Nuckols Bonnie's mothers name on her death certificate was Eunes Davanport. Uenes' father was John Davenport born 7/1857 in AL Eunes died Mar,18 1918 in Shawnee, OK. she is listed as Divorced Her birth place is listed as Arkansas. Occupation is House work No information on her mother or father The story is Eunes was doing house work for Armand and Bertha Long when she got sick with the Spanish Flu. Before dying Eunes asked the Longs to take adopt Bonnie So the Longs adopted Bonnie. On the Petition for Adoption paper my mothers name is listed as Bonnie Bell Davenport. «b»But the Davenport is scratched out and Gwinn is written«/b» «b»in«/b» But on the Adoption Paper ( dated 22 July 1918) her name is spelled Guinn So my mothers name at her adoption was Bonnie Bell Gwinn or Guinn Mom was about 6 years old she was adopted. She had a twin brother named John. But the brother was not with Eunes and Bonnie at that time. The story is that when Eunes and her husband divorced he took John and Eunes took Bonnie. He was said to be a slack rope walker for Ringling Bro's circus. I wrote to them several times no one knew him. . That's about all I know about mom. My goal for many years has been to find out what happened to John and meet his family. I have often considered hiring a professional researcher.

[HI5959] (Research):Bonnies obit names parents Armand F Long of Shawnee but they were adoptive parents Armand is found in the 1910 Census of Shawnee Clinton Barnard, head, 78, m2x, m5y, IN NC TN Susannah, wife, 58, m2x, m5y 4 ch 3 livining IN IN IN Armand F Long, step son, 17, single, IN IN IN 1900 LaPorte Co, New Durham, IN HH135 Washington A Long, head, 3/1849,51, m28y, IN VA VA farmer Susannah A, wife, 4/1852, 48, m28y 4/3 IN IN IN Albert L, son, 7/1888 IN Armand F, son, 4/1893 IN 6/6/1880 LaPote Co, Westville, IN HH28 Washington A Long, head, 31, druggist-Clerk, IN VA IN Susannah A, wife, 28 IN IN IN Etna O, dau, 6 IN

[DI5959] Mrs Bonnie Bell Nuckols, 32, of 415 South Pennsylvania Street, died at 3:45 Friday afternoon in a local hospital. Mrs Nuckols, came to Shawnee in 1916 from Arkansas and was a member of the Pentecostal Holiness Church here. She is survived by her husband, W H Nuckols, of the home; one daughter, Josephine Nuckols, and three sons, William Franklin Nuckols, Charles Nuckols and Jack Nuckols, all of the home; her parents, Mr and Mrs Armand F Long of Meeker and two sisters, Mrs Frank L Wood and Mrs J D Jordan both of Shawnee. Funeral will be held at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon in the Assembly of God Church,Eleventh and Elm St, Rev Walter Yoder, Rev C O Beauford and Rev Green will officiate. Bearers for the services will be Annis Ticer, John Gordon, Cleve Holt, W H Phillips, C E Hogue and Charley Dehart. Gaskills are in charge of arrangements (undated and unnamed newspaper article submitted by Charles Nuckols)

[NI5962] Descendants for William from: Katherine Waggerman 8203 Landsman Drive, Austin, TX 78736 and Thelma Bowman Woods 403 Beech Grove Dr Forrest City, AR 72335 and Shirley Pearce History and Families 1820-1995, page 71 Perry County, TN "Submitted by Zelma Bowman Smith and Thelma Bowman Woods" via Barber Genforum post:  Re: Capt. John Barber - Lincoln County, NC Posted by: Carol Ruth Dodd Date: July 20, 1998 at 12:44:21  282    "Andrew D. J. Barber (b. Oct. 2, 1820 Perry County-died 1870s AR) marri ed Tilitha Smith (b. 1822 TN - died 1890s AR) around 1840, probably in Per ry County. Their children (most born in TN); Nancy J. (1841), John (1843 ), Amanda (1844) married W. W. Nuckolls, Mary (1847), Louisa (1849), Jam es (1852), Martha (1854), and Gatsey (1859 AR). They moved to Newton Count y, AR by 1860. Andrew's brother, John, and his family moved to Madison Cou nty, AR by 1880. (Tilitha Smith's parents unknown - need information.)    "Amanda Barber (b. Nov. 28, 1844 Perry County - died March 27, 1915 New ton County, AR) married Oct. 5, 1862 in Newton County, AR, to William Wash ington Nuckolls (b. Oct. 29, 1845 Hardeman County, TN - died Nov. 26, 19 27 Johnson County, AR). He was a minister and soldier in Union Army Co. " E" 2nd Ark. Inf.    "Rev. William W. and Amanda Barber Nuckolls children were: Tilitha (186 4-1954 AR) married James R. Patterson; Mandy Adaline (1866) marri ed W. H. Wages. Mary Ln Creasy (1869) married Monroe Wages; Gatsey (187 6) married Will Balkin; Margaret Melvina "Mellie" (1878) married Mose Wage s; John William (1881-1967 AR) married Ida Bell Marshall; Delaney E. (188 4) married first to _______ Pruitt, then to Frank Wages; and Dorey E. (188 9) married Logan Lyon.    "William W. Nuckolls' parents were John Nuckolls and Dolly Vaughn. Jo hn (b. 1798 Robertson County, TN - died June 18, 1880 Madison County, A R) was the son of Rev. War soldier Richard Nuckolls (1762-1835) and Temper ance Walton (1764-1834). Richard and Temperance were both born in Louisa C ounty, VA and died in Robertson County, TN. Dolly (b. 1817 SC - died unkno wn) was the daugher of John Vaughn (1780 NC - died 1860s TN) and Jane ____ __ (b. 1784 SC - 1850s TN) both are believed to have died in Hardeman Coun ty or McNairy County, TN. John and Dolly Vaughn Nuckolls moved from Hardem an County, TN to Madison County, AR by 1860. One of their daughters, Eliza beth Nuckolls (b. 1843 TN) married in Perry County on Dec. 2, 1868 to Dav id Wilson Barber (b. 1852 TN), son of John and Rhoda Barber. Elizabeth a nd David also moved to Madison County, AR by 1880 along with David's broth er, Allen Barber (b. 1847 TN), who is also believed to have married a daug her of John and Dolly, Amanda Nuckolls (b. 1854 TN) around 1869, but no ma rriage record was found for them in Perry County.

[XI5962] Buckhorn Cemetery, Newton County, AR by Rosa Cline WILLIAM W. NUCKOLLS PVT CO E 2 ARK INF CIVIL WAR OCT 29, 1845  NOV 26, 1927 (military stone only)

[NI5964] Some descendants of Teletha from David Roper hkelly@shelly.dbstech.com

[NI5965] 1920 Sebastian County, AR Island/Beverly Township HH 180-183 Wagers, Harrison  head  27  AR AR AR farmer Bonnie  wife  18  AR AR AR Lawrence  brother    19  AR  labor John  brother  19  AR  farmer Adeline  mother  53 widow  AR TN TN *****  (amanda adeline barber nuckolls ) Note:  The ages of Lawrence & John on census are both 19 - are they twin s?  Lawrence's age has been written as tho it was changed. Neighbor:  Holman Wages family Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 about Wages Name: Wages Death Day: 4 Death Month: Mar Death Year: 1926 County: Johnson Roll Number: 19241933

[NI5967] Lorenzo does not appear in the 1880 census

[NI5972] Name:    John W Nuckolls City:    Not Stated  County:    Newton  Stat e:    Arkansas Birth Date:    30 Mar 1881  Race:    White  Roll:    1530565 Sept 12 1918 John W Nuckolls- Res Newton Co, Ryker, AR Age 37 born Mar 30 1881 farmer, nearest kin Ida Nuckolls same address Short, med build, brn eyes, blk hair Signed with his mark (x) 1900 Newton Co, Boston, AR Dist 92 pg84b (INdexed name (Tuckson) enumerat ed July 1900 John ? Nuckolls, head, 3/?, 19, M2y AR AR AR Ida, wife, 3/1877,22 1/0, AR AR TN Willie,son, 11/1899, 7m 1910 Newton County, AR Kentucky Township Knuckles, John W.  head  29  married1x for 12 years  AR TN TN  general far ming Ida B.  wife  32  married 1x for 12 years 5 of 5 children AR AR AR Willie  11  son  AR Rosey E.  dau  9 AR Thomas F  son  6  AR  ** Maggie  dau  4 AR unnamed  dau  1/12  AR   (Oma) 1920 Newton County, AR Kentucky Township  HH 197-206 Nuckolls, John   head   39  AR TN TN  farming Ida  wife   43  AR AR AR William  son  20  AR  farming Frank  son  15  AR   (Thomas Franklin)  ** Maggie  dau  13  AR Oma dau  11 AR Dona  dau  7  AR Owen   son 5  AR Neighbors:   William Nuckolls & Frank & Delaney N. Wages family. 1930 Johnson County, AR Sherman Township HH 91-93  Apr 1930 Wuckles, Frank  head rents $3. br mo  25  married age 19  AR AR AR  teamst er stave company Louise  wife  21  married age 16  AR AR AR Bertha E.   dau  5  AR Lorene  dau  2  AR neighbors:  Willis Warren family; Jack Smith family U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: John W Nuckolls Birth Date: 30 Mar 1881 age 61 Residence: Franklin, Arkansas Mountain Top, AR Birth: Fallsville, Arkansas Race: White Roll: WW2_2283056 Notify Ida Nuckolls Self Emp Farmer

[NI5974] WAGES DELANA E born: 07/03/1881 F ARKANSAS died: KERN 07/01/1972 546-20-5191 age: 91 yrs Kern County Deaths BOOK: 115 PAGE: 41 Delana Ellen Wages female, Caucasian age: 90 years Married Spouse: James Frank Wages Born: 3 July 1881; Arkansas Died: 1 July 1972, 12:20p.m.; DOA at Kern General Hospital, Bakersfield, C A Father: William Nuckols born: Tennessee Mother: Mandy Barber born: Arkansas usual address: 1610 Park Street, Paso Robles, San Luis Obispo Co., CA Informant: Mr. Thomas Wages, 1610 Park Street, Paso Robles, San Luis Obis po Co., CA Disposition: Burial, 5 July 1972, Paso Robles Cemetery, Paso Robles, CA Funeral Director: Kuehl Funeral Home, Paso Robles Cause fo death: arteriosclerotic heart disease

[NI5977] Nicknamed Logan, he was born to John Little Lyons and Mary Pertinia Nickell on August 15, 1879. He was married to Dora Nuckolls on Oct 14, 1906. They had six children; Ethel, Maudie, Emma, Essie, Viola, and Loyd.

[NI5978] 1900 Johnson County, AR Hill Township, HH  71-71 Patterson, James  R.  head  Aug 1859  40  married 21 yrs  AR TN AR  farmer Tilitha J  wife  Jan  1864  36  married 21 years   9 children, 8 livi ng  AR TN TN   (nee, Nuckolls) Mandy J.  dau  May 1881  19  widow 2 children, 0 living  AR Charley B  son  Dec 1883  17  AR Mary A.  dau  April 1886  14  AR Martha I  dau  Feb  1889  11 AR James  W   son  Feb 1892  8  AR Monroe M.  son  Dec   1894  5  AR Dora E.  dau  Aug  1897  3  AR neighbors:  Patterson's, Wages, Cowans

[NI5987] there is a rumor that Lester Cowan (my father) was really not John Cowa ns son but actually a Long? but both of my parents are past on so I can 't prove any of that.  Ada wages Cowan Did move away to Washington State w ith my Mom after her and my dad split up in the 60's, she stayed with us f or years. she became ill with cancer and my dad that still lived in califo rnia came and got her, and she past away  in around 1974 she is buried by my grandfather and my father  in cal ifornia. but before my mother past away we all moved back to arkansas where we we re all from originally. I am curious what is your connection to the wages.  I found a cous in of my grandmothers in russelville, he remembered her and his wife did a lso we got to meet his wife, but he had past away before we could meet him . I know nothing of the wages or Cowans except rumors.  My mother left my d ad when I was very young, and from what I understand he had lead a very co lorful life so if you know anything even if it is rumors I would like to k now . My Granny Ada was a very good to us kids, one of my favorite memories is t hat she use to make us pudding and put in a cup and told us not to tell, t hat we were her very specialist--we never told.  one day as we were all ad ults remembering her I told the others still believing I was the only o ne that got the pudding, but as I told the story the others laughed--she h ad told each one of us that same story. bwyatt@eritter.net (brenda cowan  wyatt)

[DI5993] Name:  «tab»William H. Lambeth SSN: «tab»408-01-5663 Born: «tab»8 Jul 1913 Died: «tab»18 Nov 1990 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Tennessee (Before 1951)

[HI5997] (Research):There is a family story that following the civil war, Thomas, killed a man over his brother Gain and he had to leave and go to Potosi, MO. The fact that he had to leave his wife and hide out, leads me to believe this is correct. (reason he was not in the 1870 census with his wife and children) Pension Filed 7/23/1890 Co G 48th Mo Infantry Widow Margaret Appl No 451076 Cert No 374070 Gayla gaylabrookman@comcast.net  2/1/2008 My Uncle Melvin and his son and my Uncle Cecil stumbled upon that cemetery and cleaned it up and put up the Fur marker stone--it is a really old cemetery. Just right next to where Margaret Griffith and Thomas Knuckles li ved--remnants of their old home are still there Furr Cemetery: Turn south on Hwy 34 at Marble Hill then west out of Lutesville. Continue on Hwy 34 past Grassy. At the bottom of a hill, you will see County road Y and the twin bridges area. Take a left on Y. Go 3.8 miles to County rd. 738. It is a gravel road on the top of a hill. Go right abo ut 1 .2 miles until you see the cemetery marker on the left. It is a good road which does not require four-wheel drive. I found the cemetery th is weekend and took down most of the information. Unfortunately, most of the graves are marked by rocks only. The legible gravestones are as follows: Margrett Knuckles (Nov. 9, 1836 - July 24, 1918) Martha A. Jackson (Sept. 7, 1897 - April 26, 1901) dau. of S. A. a nd L. V . Jackson Mary Calaver (?) (March 16, 1875 - Aug. 31, 1927) John Jackson (October 10, 1816 - Sept. 9, 190?) a separate stone adja ce nt to and newer than this one had 1826 and 1910 Martin N. Furr (March 24, 1850 - May 8, 1903(?) William Furr (Aug. 11, 1883 - Feb. 17, 1905) Emit Sparks (March 10, 1881 - Aug. 4, 1905) son of Joseph and Amanda Sp ar ks AOUW and an anchor and shield also on stone James D. Choat (April 29, 1905 - July 8, 1905) son of A and M Choat Thadius C. Mansker (Jan 20, 1842- Oct. 10, 1912) Cpl Co I 47 Regime nt M O Inf There were many graves that had no markers at all. There are two very large stones sitting side by side that look to me as if they mark two adjoin ing graves. However, there are no names. There were a couple of stones th at I could not make out, as well as a buried one that had the y ar 1901 on the top.

[NI5998] 1920 Craighead Co, Lake City, AR-pg 5        Thomas Knuckles 58 MO KY KY        Laura, wife, 49, IL IL TN        Ruth, dau, 11, MO        Thomas Jr, son, 7 MO 1910 household is Frederick Nuckles, nephew, age 16 Census records do not agree with death cert. Cert days age 72 in 1926, b ut census records indicate he was born after 1860. Names wife Laura. R es at time of death, Pine Bluff Arkansas

[NI5999] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Res Dunlin Co, Serath? MO Age 37 born June 20 1881 Farmer for B O Houghton Kin-Mayble Nuckles Med height, med build, blue yes, light brown hair Signed 9/12/1918 G F Nuckles 1920 Craighead Co, Lake City, AR-pg 5 George Knuckles 37, MO MO IL, rents        Mabel, wife, 25, MO MO IN       George Jr, son, 12, IL       Eugene, son, 3 AR        Ellen, dau, 1 AR Jonesboro Evening Sun, Jonesboro, AR Wednesday, June 16, 1971 George Franklin Nuckles, 91, of Monette, died Tuesday morning at 7:40 in C hickasawba Hospital in Blytheville. He was born in Missouri and had liv ed in Monette 38 years, formerly of Lake City. He was a retired livesto ck dealer and a member of the Baptist Church. Surviving are his wife Mrs M abel Nuckles of the home; five sons, George and Elmer Nuckles both of Jone sboro, Eugene Nuckles of Monette and Carl Nuckles of Cahokla, ILL; two sis ters, Mrs Sylvania Watkins and Mrs Doris Smith, both of Tampa, FL; 12 gran dchildren and five great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Thur sday afternoon at 2:00 at Monette Baptist Church, Rev James Sanders will o fficiate. Burial will be in Monette Cemetery with Gregg of Monette in char ge. Active pallbearers will be Sonny Steele, Tom Watson, Hosea Huffman, Le on Brown, Billy Ray Gibbons, Clyde Gathright, Robert Flannigan, J D Cull en and Elmer Masner.

[NI6000] Jonesboro Evening Sun, Jonesboro, AR Monday, Oct 26, 1981 Elmer Nuckles, 54, Monette, Route 1, formerly of the Jonesboro area, di ed this morning in Arkansas Methodist Hospital in Paragould. Survivors inc lude his wife, Mrs Marlene Nuckles of the home. Funeral services are incom plete and will be announced by Gregg Funeral Home of Monette Jonesboro Evening Sun, Jonesboro, AR Tuesday Oct 27 1981 Elmer F Nuckles, 54, of Monette, Route 1, died Monday morning at Arkans as Methodist Hospital in Paragould. He was a veteran of WWII and memb er of Monette Masonic Lodge No 559. He was also a member of the Order of t he Eastern Star No 334 a Royal Arch in the Masonic Lodge and a Shrine r. He was the owner of Nuckles Septic Tank Service and a member of the Fir st Baptist Church of Monette. He is survived by his wife, Mrs Marlene Nuck les of the home; one daughter, Miss Chelsea Nuckles of the home; four son s, Danny Nuckles of Jonesboro, Jimmy Nuckles of Mountain View, Greg Nuckl es and Elmer Kristian Nuckles of the home; opne stepdaughter, Miss Dean na Nuckles of Atlanta, GA; one stepson, Private Dean  Fortson II of German y; two brothers, Gene Nuckles of Monette and Carl F Nuckles of East St Lou is, Illinois and four grch. Services will be held at the Gregg Funeral Ho me chapel in Monette with Rev Mikel Carrier officiating. Burial will foll ow in Monette Cemetery under the direction of Gregg Funeral Home. Active p allbearers will be Tom Gathright, Tom Watson, Jackie Gathright, Haven Ree d, Elmer Masner and Paul Cockrum. Honorary pallbearers will be membe rs of the Monette Masonic Lodge.

[NI6003] JOSEPH KNUCKLES is in a deed in Franklin Co., TN dated May 1829. Also in Franklin Co, TN 1860 Dist 14 family #830 possibly a brother William Nuckles age 50 b VA Sarah A 30 b VA William 17 TN Sapho (f) 15 TN Joseph 13 TN Franklin Co, TN Deed BkQ p132, Oct 3, 1837 lists as grantors, William B Nuckles and Elizabeth A Nuckles, his wife. Wm B signed with an "X"

[XI6003] Inscription: JOSEPH NUCKOLS Born 1796 Died Apr 1, 1856 An amiable father here lies at rest As ever God with his image blest The friend of man, the friend of truth The friend of age, the guide of youth.

[NI6004] Franklin County, Tennessee 1860 Census District 5 Winchester P.O. 89-627  Anna Nuckles 52 Tenn.; Nancy J. 25 Tenn.; Samzia 14 Tenn.; Mourni ng Arnold         34 Tenn.; Anna Arnold 10 Tenn.; Joseph Arnold 8 Tenn.; Sarah F. Bi shop 12         Tenn; John Bishop 10 Tenn.

[XI6004] Inscription: ANNIE NUCKOLS Born Sept 23, 1803 Died July 26, 1882 Think of her, speak of her not as departed Short is the distance that parts us today Round us, about us, the brave and true hearted Linger the deeds that have brightened her way.

[XI6006] Plot: E1, space 48

[XI6007] Inscription: B. G. NUCKLES Born Dec 16, 1829 Died Feb. 14, 1885 Note: This is a tall stone, square cut with inscription on one side for B. G. Nuckles and on the opposite side for his wife, Mary E. Burial: Smith Cemetery Franklin County Tennessee, USA Created by: JL Record added: May 12, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 36997381

[NI6009] Census Place:District 15, Franklin, Tennessee 1880 Source:FHL Film 1255254  National Archives Film T9-1254     Page 17 2B William C. WEAVER SelfMMW46TNOcc:FarmerFa: TNMo: TN Nancy J. WEAVERWifeFMW43TNFa: TNMo: TN James W. WEAVERSonMSW13TNFa: TNMo: TN Faney MARTIALOtherFDW31TNOcc:ServantFa: TNMo: TN

[HI6011] (Research):Death Cert of son Barbee says father name Frank Nuckols. The S initial could be transcribed in error and might really be F.

[NI6013] Ralph & Jane Arnold, abt 1810 Lincoln Co. Tenn. Ralph born abt 1787 in V A, Jane same year in NC. Family moved to Jackson County, Alabama between 1 831 & 1840. Ralph died 1858. Jane sometime in the 1870's. Children, Elizab eth, m, ? Mccurdy....Mary, m. Barnabus McCollum....Cynthia, m. Curtis Mcco llum....John, m. Mary ?....Nancy, m. Issac Duncan.....Martha, m. James Gre en....Frances, m. George Washington Clark.....William, m. Amanda Duboise.. ...Jane, m. Richard Calloway.....Ralph, m. Mourning Knuckles. tom arnold t om961@alltel.net

[XI6016] Inscription: MARY E. Wife of B. G. NUCKLES Born Jan 9, 1858 Died Mar 30, 1883 Note: This is a tall stone, square cut with inscription on one side for B. G. Nuckles and on the opposite side for his wife, Mary E.

[DI6017] All Franklin Co TN deaths for 1926 were checked and she not located. Deaths searched in Franklin Co 1920-1930

[DI6019] Name: «tab»Mary E. Laudenberger Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»21 Jan 1919 Event Place: «tab»Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab»Married Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»37- - - Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1882 Birth Date: «tab»not given Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»B. Knuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Mother: «tab»Mary Knuckles Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Occupation: «tab»at home Street Address: «tab»1123 Cowart Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Decherd, Tenn. Burial Date: «tab»22 Jan 1919 Informant: «tab»C H Landenberger Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183647 Image Number: «tab»1242 Film Number: «tab»1299702 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»v 22 cn 97

[DI6020] Name: «tab»Nancy Jane Carroll Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»09 Oct 1936 Event Place: «tab»Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., Tennessee, Newell Sanitarium Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»69-0-0 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»10/9/1867 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee Spouse: «tab»N. C. Carroll Father: «tab»Robt. Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee Mother: «tab»Eliza Embry Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee Occupation: «tab»Homemaker Street Address: «tab»Winchester, TN Residence: «tab»Winchester, Tenn. Cemetery: «tab»Paynes Church Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»11 Oct 1936 Informant: «tab»Mrs F K Hinshaw, Winchester, TN Slipped and fell in doorway and fractured left hip 10/2/1936. Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183410 Image Number: «tab»253 Film Number: «tab»1876844 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 27245

[NI6021] Brisco Co, TX (date not known) District: Bexar County: Briscoe        Grantee: W. N. Nuckles        Certificate: 1/795 Survey/Blk/Tsp: 46 BS&F B2-        Acres: 640 Class: School  File: 32002 HemphillCo, TX (Date not known) District: Bexar County: Hemphill        Grantee: W. N. Nuckles Certificate: 1/266        Survey/Blk/Tsp: NW Pt. 16 J. Poitevent Z 1-        Acres: 200 Class: School  File: 62199 9/15/1921 Hemphill Co, TX District: Bexar County: Hemphill        Grantee: W N. Nuckles Certificate: 3        Patentee: W. N. Nuckles Patent Date: 15 Sep 1921        Patent #: 548 Patent Volume: 11A        Survey/Blk/Tsp: SW 1/4 6 HCH&B Z 1-        Acres: 164 Class: School  File: 62200 9/23/1921 Hemphill Co, TX District: Bexar County: Hemphill        Grantee: W. N. Nuckles Certificate: 1/266        Patentee: W N. Nuckles Patent Date: 23 Sep 1921        Patent #: 34 Patent Volume: 12A        Survey/Blk/Tsp: Frac. 16 J.Poitevent Z 1-        Acres: 446 Class: School  File: 129768 8/28/1928 Sierra co, NM Las Cruces Land Office 2.2 acres         Accession/Serial Nr.: NMLC 0038061         BLM Serial Nr.: NMLC 0038061         1 33/6 13-S 4-W No New Mexico PM NM Sierra         Remarks: LOT 6 OF SE         2 33/6 13-S 4-W No New Mexico PM NM Sierra         Remarks: LOT 6 OF SE         Authority: June 17, 1902: Sale-Reclamation Townsite (32 Stat. 388) Las Cruces Land Office 1.7 acres         Accession/Serial Nr.: NMLC 0038062         BLM Serial Nr.: NMLC 0038062         1 33/7 13-S 4-W No New Mexico PM NM Sierra         Remarks: LOT 7 OF SE         2 33/7 13-S 4-W No New Mexico PM NM Sierra         Remarks: LOT 7 OF SE        Authority: June 17, 1902: Sale-Reclamation Townsite (32 Stat. 388) 5/13/1946 Hemphill Co, TX District: Bexar County: Hemphill        Grantee: W. N. Nuckles Certificate: 1/266        Patentee: W. N. Nuckles Patent Date: 13 May 1946        Patent #: 418 Patent Volume: 2-B        Survey/Blk/Tsp: NW Pt 16 J. Poitevent Z1-        Acres: 200 Class: School  File: 62199

[DI6021] probate record for Willam;    Page 74 Bk 4  File 897 pg 17 Hot Springs Herald April 8, 1960 William Nelson Nuckles, 89 died here April 6. He resided at 619 Austin St and had been a resident of this city for the past 36 years. Funeral Services were conducted Thursday April 7 at 11 am.m. at French Fitzgerald Chapel. Rev M C Abercrombie officiated. Nuckles was born Jan 20, 1871 in Tennessee. He was a retired rancher. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs N M Estes Cave Junction Ore and mrs F H Black of Albuquerque, one brother James Nuckles, Fr... TX and three great grandchildren. Burial was conducted at Hot Springs Cemetery with.....

[DI6023] Name: «tab»James Wells Nuckles Death Date: «tab»04 Jun 1963 Death Place: «tab»Corsicana, Navarro, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»white Death Age: «tab»90 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»08 Oct 1872 Birthplace: «tab»Tennessee Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»William N. Nuckles (this name of his brother) Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Elizabeth Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Merchant Place of Residence: «tab»Frost, Navarro, Texas Cemetery: «tab»Emmett Cemetery Burial Place: «tab»Navarro County, Texas Burial Date: «tab»05 Jun 1963 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2117288 Digital Film Number: «tab»4028547 Image Number: «tab»1858 Reference Number: «tab»cn39703 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDPR-YR4 : accessed 6 May 2012), James Wells Nuckles, 1963.

[DI6025] ame: «tab»Joseph Harrison Nuckels Death Date: «tab»19 Nov 1943 Death Place: «tab»Quanah, Hardeman, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»87 years 3 months 19 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»10 Aug 1856 Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab»Don'T Know Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Don'T Know Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Chillicathe Cemet. Burial Place: «tab»Texas Burial Date: «tab»21 Nov 1943 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2137589 Digital Film Number: «tab»4029611 Image Number: «tab»1455 Reference Number: «tab»CN 50913 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDTY-8L7 : accessed 8 May 2012), Joseph Harrison Nuckels, 1943.

[DI6026] Name: «tab»T. Bob Nuckles Death Date: «tab»18 Aug 1938 Death Place: «tab»Chillicothe, Hardeman, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»79 years 10 months 2 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1859 Birth Date: «tab»10/16/1858 Birthplace: «tab»TN Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»Mrs. T.B. Nuckles Father's Name: «tab»William Nelson Nuckels Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Chillicothe, TX Burial Date: «tab»8/19 Additional Relatives: «tab»Inf- Mrs Pauline Nuckles Film Number: «tab»2117821 Digital Film Number: «tab»4030420 Image Number: «tab»1810 Reference Number: «tab»item 4 cn37212 Source Citation"Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JFYS-329 : accessed 6 May 2012), T. Bob Nuckles, 1938.

[NI6027] Never located in 1900 census W.A. Nuckles   (written by Bonilee Key Garrett) After his father, William Nelson Nuckles (b.1832), had been killed in t he Battle of Gettysburg(July 1, 1863), William Aaron (W.A.) Nuckles (b. 18 61) of Franklin County, Tennessee, came to Texas with his mother, Mary Ja ne Thompson Nuckles (1837-1894), and his two brothers, Joseph H. (b. 185 6) and Thomas Barbee (b. 1858).  The family first settled at Johnson Stati on (now Arlington), Tarrant County, in the 1870's. The two elder brothe rs farmed and traded for a living. In 1884 W.A. Nuckles attended Waco Univ ersity.  Around 1888 Joseph and T. Barbee moved to Hardeman County, whe re they engaged in farming, ranching, and the mercantile business.  W.A. m oved to Sunset, Montague County, where he also was in the mercantile busin ess. Soon after he moved there, Bonnie Lee Peek (b. 1876, Kaufman Count y) saw him and told her sisters, "There goes the man I want to marry."  S he had been attending Kidd Key in Sherman. After their marriage, W.A. a nd Bonnie Lee Nuckles lived in Fort Worth, where Mary Jaane and Willie (Bi llie) Julia were born in 1896 and 1899. The family moved to Eureka Spring s, Arkansas, for a short time for Mrs. Nuckles' health, and Reuben Aile en was born there in 1901. However, Mr. Nuckles soon began investigating f arming and ranching possibilities in Lampasas County.  After contacting J. P. Word and Witcher, Mr. Nuckles bought a ranch on the Lampasas River in t he Unity Community, on which a stone house had been built in 1870 by Mr. R .A. Mitchell.  The original house consisted of two large rooms join ed by an enclosed "dog trot" with a kitchen attached at the rear.  Als o, a large stone smokehouse was located a few yards behind the house. F or their growing family, Mr. and Mrs. Nuckles added four bedrooms, a lar ge living room, and two proches.  (In 1988 this house belongs to Dr. and M rs. M.K. Patteson).  Here Joseph Aaron (b. 1904), Susan Ruth (b. 1905), Pa uline Ida (b.1907), and Nelson James (b.1913) were added to their famil y. The family was affiliated with the School Creek Baptist Church. In t he winter the children attended Unity School, but a governess was hired f or the summers.  Billie recounted in later years that the governess seld om could collect more than three or four children to instruct at one tim e; the first ones would run away and hide when she left to find the abse nt ones.  As the girls became older they were sent to Baylor Academy in Be lton, a division of Baylor College (now Mary Hardin Baylor), to complete h igh school. The administration even permitted Joe to attend classes, altho ugh it was primarily a school for girls. Later, Mrs. Nuckles would move in to the town of Lampasas for the school year for the younger children to co mplete high school.  Mr. Nuckles died in 1924, leaving Mrs. Nuckles to man age the farm and and ranch. Grains and cattle were the money crops then. D uring the harvest extra hands were hired, or neighbors would trade out hel ping one another.  the women were very busy cooking and serving hearty mea ls to ten or more men. Also Mrs. Nuckles enjoyed raising turkeys and spe nt many hours walking the fields and riverside searching for the hens' nes ts.  When found, the eggs would be clollected and sent tino town to be inc ubated and hatched at Snell's Hatchery. In the 1930's, Mrs. Nuckles beg an raising chickens on a large scale.  Her stone chicken houses with elect ricity and running water were quite an innovation for this area. People ca me from great distances to view them. In the 1930's, Mrs. Nuckles' young er brother, Frank Peek, came to live with her and to help with the househo ld. As times were hard during the depression, many mornings "Uncle Fran k" would go th the river to shoot squirrels to bring back and fry for brea kfast. In her later years, Mrs. Nuckles spent  several winters with her da ughters, Mary J. Longfield in Washington, D.C., and Ruben N. Knox in New Y ork City.  While there she enrolled in Columbia University in New Yourk a nd in the corcoran School of Arts in Washington, D.C., where she took cour ses in landscape architecture and in sculpting.  In Washington, she beca me ill and returned to her home on the Lampasas river, where she died in 1 952.

[DI6027] Name: «tab»W. N. Nuckles Death Date: «tab»29 Dec 1924 Death Place: «tab»Adamsville, Lampasas, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»63 years 11 months 23 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»06 Jan 1861 Birthplace: «tab»Franklin County, Tenn. Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Wm. Nelson Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab»Franklin County, Tenn. Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Jane Thompson Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Franklin County, Tenn. Occupation: «tab»Farmer Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Smith Cemetery Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»31 Dec 1924 Additional Relatives: «tab»Inf T B Nuckles Film Number: «tab»2113743 Digital Film Number: «tab»4165528 Image Number: «tab»1180 Reference Number: «tab»cn 39648 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JXKZ-H9D : accessed 6 May 2012), W. N. Nuckles, 1924.

[XI6027] Tombstone says 1923 date of death.

[DI6039] Name: «tab»Bonnie Lee Nuckles Death Date: «tab»10 Mar 1952 Death Place: «tab»Lampasas, Lampasas, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»w Death Age: «tab»75 years 7 months 9 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»01 Aug 1876 Birthplace: «tab»Texas Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Benjamin Franklin Pick Father's Birthplace: «tab»La. Mother's Name: «tab»Margaret Elizabeth Johnson Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Illinois Occupation: «tab»Housewife Place of Residence: «tab»Lampasas, Lampasas, Texas Cemetery: «tab»Smith (Unity) Burial Place: «tab»Lampasas, Texas Burial Date: «tab»10 Mar 1952 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Inf- Mary Longfield Film Number: «tab»2075021 Digital Film Number: «tab»4167220 Image Number: «tab»146 Reference Number: «tab»13725 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDN8-Q8B : accessed 6 May 2012), Bonnie Lee Nuckles, 1952.

[NI6040] Graduated from high school and wished to go to college. However, her moth er thought she was too young, so Pauline taught school in Topsy, then atte nded Baylor college, Belton. In her sophomore year she transferred to t he University of Texas, where she became a member of Zeta Tau Alpha Sorori ty and was active in school politics.  In 1928, she joined her sister Reub en at the Chicago Art Institute, and in June 1929 these two sisters sail ed for a tour of Europe. Pauline returned to teaching, living in colema n, Texas.  Later she joined her sister Reuben in interior decorating in S an Antonio. Several years earlier Pauline had met Louis Charles Roberts, J r., (b.1899) a geologist, who had grown up in Chicago and had graduated fr om the University of Chicago.  They were married in 1931, living in Fort W orth, Houston, and in Dallas after 1944. Louis died in 1964 and Polly in 1 981.  (written by Bonilee Key Garrett)

[NI6044] This family line from DReese1952@aol.com (email not valid 4/2002) http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/a/t/Marie-C-Waters/GENE4-0030 .html?Welcome=1020987631 Marie C Waters 19 A Nan Lee Drive Rome, GA 30165-1865 A-United States marie2008@aol.com

[DI6044] Spartanburg Herald-Journal (8/21/1989) NUCKOLS, FREDERICK GORDON   80, Spartanburg, h/o Mildred Reece Nuckols, 8- 21-89 B2 F. G. Nuckols Frederick Gordon "Fritz" Nuckols, 80, of White Oak Estates, 400 Webber Rd., Apt. C-2-6, died August 19, 1989, in Mary Black Memorial Hospital.A native of Atlanta, GA. he was the husband of Mildred Reese Nuckols and the son of the late Fritz and Doris Timberlake Nuckols. He was a member of First Presbyterian Chuch of Spartanburg. He was a retired representative for Bankers Life and Casualty Insurance Co. in Columbia.Also surviving are two daughters, Carolyn N. Wenige of Westminster, MD and Elizabeth N. Williams of Spartanburg, one broither, Richard T. Nuckols of Cocoa, FL; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.Visitation will be held from 7 - 9 tonight at Fkoyd;s Greenlawn Chapel.Graveside services will be held at 3 pm tomorrow at Greenlawn Memorial Gardens by the Rev. Dan Youngblood and Wayne Cole.

[NI6045] Spartanburg Herald-Journal Category: Obituaries Section: Upstate Date: 04/ 14/1999 Page: C4 Mildred Reece Nuckols, 90, of 850 Reidville Road died April 12, 1999. A native of Valley Head, Ala., she was the widow of Fredrick "Fritz" Gord on Nuckols and daughter of the late Leonard Harrison and Elizabeth Shagl ey Reece. She was a retired church secretary and was a member of First Pre sbyterian Church of Spartanburg. She also was employed by the Spartanbu rg Herald-Journal for several years. Surviving are two daughters, Elizabe th N. Williams of Spartanburg and Carolyn N. Wenige of Westminster, Md.; t hree brothers, Walton G. Reece of New Orleans, La., the Rev. Colquitt Ree ce of Chiba Ken, Japan, and Lenwood H. Reece Jr. of Taylors; a sister, Max ine Riddle of Melbourne, Fla.; eight grandchildren; and eight great-grandc hildren. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 tonight at Floyd's Gr eenlawn Chapel. Cryptside services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at Gre enlawn Memorial Gardens Mausoleum Complex, conducted by Dr. George L. McGi ll. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to First Presbyterian Church Bui lding Fund, 393 E. Main St., Spartanburg, 29302. The family will be at t he home of her daughter, Elizabeth Williams, 7 Franwill Drive, Spartanburg . Spartanburg Herald-Journal NUCKOLS, MILDRED REECE 90, Spartanburg, w/o Fre derick Gordon Nuckols, 4–14–99 C4 Name: Mildred R. Nuckols SSN: 250-22-3349 Last Residence: 29307  Spartanburg, Spartanburg, South Carolina, United St ates of America Born: 25 Mar 1909 Died: 12 Apr 1999 State (Year) SSN issued: South Carolina (1952 )

[NI6050] Complete Evilsizer Lineage http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~champaign/surnames.html

[NI6063] IN 1930 is a Chalres Bailey living with his father Samuel Bailey. He is a ge 24 and a widow.

[NI6064] Buried In Shiloh Cemetery, west of  Bedford, IN by the side of her parent s,  James and Mary "Polly" Boyd Skeen

[NI6069] 8/1/1837 Lawrence Co, IN 40 acres Vincennes Land Office        Document Nr.: 10313         Accession/Serial Nr.: IN2030__.244         BLM Serial Nr.: IN NO S/N         SWSW 2/ 5-N 2-W No 2nd PM 8/1/1839 Lawrence Co, IN 40 acres Vincennes Land Office        Document Nr.: 21776         Accession/Serial Nr.: IN2260__.185         BLM Serial Nr.: IN NO S/N         NENW 11/ 5-N 2-W No 2nd PM 1850 Linn Co, IA 676  694     KNUCKLES, James         33      M      Farmer           Kentu cky                   KNUCKLES, Susannah      30      F                       Indiana                   KNUCKLES, Irena      10      F                       Indiana                   KNUCKLES, Ezra       6      M                       Iowa                   KNUCKLES, Lavina       5      F                       Iowa                   KNUCKLES, Orville A.    2/ 12    M                       Iowa                   NEALLY, Robert H.       9      M                       Indiana                   NEALLY, Nancy A.       6      F                       Indiana                   HEATON, Mahitable       3      F                       Iowa                   HEATON, Melissa       3      F                       Iowa 1856 Iowa State Census Linn Co, Maine, IA S Nuckolls, 25, widow, b IN  lived IA 12 yrs R H Nealy 15 (m), 15 b IN N A Nealy, 12, (f) b IN E Nuckolls, 12, (m) b IA Melissa Heaton, 3, b IA Twin Mehatable Heaton, 3, b IA Twin O Nuckolls (m), 6. IA A Nuckolls, 4, (f) IA M A Nuckolls, (f), 2, IA Wilcox Cemetery in Jones Co, IA where James, Susanna and Lavina are burie d, also has NUCKOLLS, Daniel 1-21-1807  died 1-23-1848 NUCKOLLS, Hiram born 7-18-1809 died 11-11-1846 If they were brothers of James, they were by a different mother.  No cens us records have been found for these two names. I suggest they are so ns of one of his brothers who may have died young and relocated with hi m, but the 1840 census record shows no clues.

[NI6070] Family researcher Penny Fields Gardner pfgard@juno.com

[NI6074] Possbily the Polly Ann Nuckolls buried in Cedar Co, Pioneer IA  Andre Ceme tery 3/15/1848 age 29 years

[NI6078] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Cyrus Hanby Passmore Social Security #: 0 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 11 Nov 1858 Birthplace: Ohio Death Date: 25 Jun 1941 Death Place: Los Angeles Father's Surname: Passmore

[NI6079] Name: E Nuckolls Census Date: 1856 Residence County: Linn Residence State: Iowa  Locality: Maine Birth Location: Iowa Family Number: 21 Gender: Male  Estimated birth year: abt 1844 Line: 15  Roll: IA_59 1870 Hardin Co, Eldora, IA  pg379  HH185 Ezra Nuckols, 27, Jeweler, IA Leona, 23, IA George King, 21, hired man OH next door Enoch Eastman, 60, lawyer, NH Hannah, 30, keeping house, NY Freddie, 2, IA Loretta, 20, iA Celia F,16, going to school, IA Lanch? C (male) 14, ", IA History of Hardin County, Iowa Springfield, Ill: Union Publishing Company, 1883. Eldora Township Ezra Nuckolls, jeweler, is a native Hawkeye, and was born January 5, 18 43 , in Linn county, three years before Iowa became a State. His father, J ames Nuckolls, was born in Kentucky , and was the son of a slave-holder, a nd inherited a number of slaves. Believing the institution of slavery a wr ong, he emancipated his slaves, and, with his brother Ezra, removed to Ind iana , where he became acquainted and married Mary Ann Barclay, of Scot ch descent, her grandfather being one of the soldiers who attempted, by or der of George III, to make the American colonies submissive to the royal w ill of his majesty. Her father, on the other hand, fought in the War of 18 12, on the American side. About two years after their marriage, they emigr ated to the Territory of Iowa , arriving here in September, 1842. Mrs. Nuc kolls died in 1846, and her husband, the father of Ezra, in 1854. After h is father's death, Ezra, then but eleven years of age, had to provide f or himself. For about two years he worked upon a farm, when he then engag ed to learn the trade of a carpenter, which he followed for nine months. N ot liking the trade, in September, 1857, he entered a jeweler's store in A nimosa, Jones county, Iowa , to learn the jeweler's trade. This suited hi m, and he became a No. 1 jeweler. When the war broke out in 1861, he was w orking as a journeyman for his old employer, and receiving highly remunera tive wages. On the 16 th day of July, 1861, he enlisted in Co. D., 9 th Io wa Infantry. On the organization of the company, he was appointed Corpora l, and, March 8, 1862, while engaged in the battle of Pea Ridge, he was pr omoted Second Sergeant, serving in that capacity until the beginning of t he Vicksburg campaign, where, on the 15 th of March, 1863, he was promot ed to Second Lieutenant. While on the Atlanta campaign, he received an app ointment on the staff of Gen. James A. Williamson, serving in that capaci ty until he received his discharge, October 2d, 1864 . Lieut. Nuckoll's te rm of service expired during the Atlanta campaign, but on account of the e xigency of the service, he decided to remain until the close of that campa ign, which was entirely optional with him. The Lieutenant participat ed in many of the hard-fought battles of the war, including Pea Ridge, Vic ksburg , Atlanta , Lookout Mountain , etc. In April, 1865, Mr. Nuckolls located in Eldora, and established his prese nt business, and in which he has met with good success. On the 26 th d ay of October, 1868, he was united in marriage with Leona C. Eastman, daug hter of Gov. E. W. Eastman, who was born in Burlington , Iowa , in 1846. F ive children have blessed this union –     Howard Eastman (now deceased), Edwa rd W., James, Susie, and Richard F. Name: Ezra Nuckolls Census Date: 1885 Residence County: Hardin  Residence State: Iowa  Locality: Eldora Birth Location: ??IN CO Family Number: 48 Marital Status: Married  Gender: Male Estimated birth year: abt 1843 Line: 20  Roll: IA1885_195   In Sept. 1847 Ezra entered the jewelers trade at Anamosa in Jones Co., I owa, Enlisted in Co. O, 9th Infantry, on July 16, 1861.  In April 1865, Ez ra located at Eldora, Iowa and on Oct. 26 1868, married Lavina C. Eastma n, daughter of Gov. E.W. Eastman.  Five children: Howard Eastman decease d, Edward W., James, Susie and Richard F. Residence Anamosa, nativity Iowa. Enlisted Aug.     16, 1861, as Fourth Co rporal. Mustered Aug. 16, 1861. Promoted     Second Sergeant March 17, 186 2; Second Lieutenant March 15, 1863.     Mustered out Oct. 21, 1864, expir ation of term of service. Company "D" Pension Appl#1256240 1022/1900 Widow  Leone C E appl#1231952 4/20/1925 in Iowa Petersen, William John, [View Citation] [Table of Contents] Iowa, the rivers of her valleys Iowa City, Iowa: State Historical Society of Iowa, 1941, 381  pgs. Chapter- The Mississippi and its tributaries pg 117 Waubeek is another unique village located in the main township of L inn County. There, the town of Paddington was laid out by Ezra Nuckolls a nd George Paddington... Soda Springs Chieftain Soda Springs  Idaho  31 July 1930 25 years ago - Ez ra Nuckolls who is returning to his home in Eldora Iowa from a trip to Ore gon is in the city visiting his brother-in-law L C Eastman Trenton Times (Trenton, New Jersey)  1906 January  19 Eldora, Iowa- Aft er 22 Years-Troubled and worried with a guilty conscience for more th an 22 years, a Sacramento (Calif) man has just remitted $2.50 to the Past or of the First Congregational Church of this city and requested him to p ay the money over to the jeweler who had the store in Marion Street in th is city in 1883. The stranger who fails to sign his name to this letter st ates that he was in Eldora in 1883 and that he entered the Marion Street s tore and asked to look at some collar buttons. He purchased one and sa ys he also purlon...d another worth about 25 cents and that his conscien ce all these years had been much worried, pricked and troubled. Ezra Nucko lls, a Mrion Street jeweler is the man from whom the button was taken a nd he has accepted the money, turning it over to the city. Name: Ezra Nuckolls Census Date: 1905 Residence County: Hardin  Residence State: Iowa Locality: Eldora Line: 62  Roll: IA_89 Leora Nuckolls Susannah Nuckolls Richard F Nuckolls Amanda Eastman Date: 1913-04-06; Paper: Morning Oregonian Watch Given Jeweler Ashland- Ezra Nuckolls of Eldora Iowa stopped off Thursday on a tour of t he west and passed a day with H L Whited.Mr Whited learned the jewelers tr ade under Mr Nuckolls who has retired from the business. Mr Nuckol ls is a typical jeweler, says Mr Whited, and during all of his life nev er owned a watch (except what he had in his store), always wearing a custo mer's watch which he was regulating. A year ago last Christmas his sons ga ve him a fine gold watch for Christmas- Tidings. Name: Ezra Nuckalls Census Date: 1915 Residence County: Hardin  Residence State: Iowa  Locality: Eldora Birth Location: Iowa  Marital Status: Married  Gender: Male Estimated birth year: abt 1843  Race: White Mother's Birth Location: Kentucky Father's Birth Location: Kentucky 1914 Income $2000 Grade complete 2 yrs High School Value of home/farm $4500 Church:Congregation Father b KY mother b KY 50 years lived in IA Reads Line: 623  Roll: IA1915_221 Name: Ezra Nuckolls Census Date: 1 Jan 1925 Residence County: Hardin  Residence State: Iowa  Locality: Eldora Birth Location: Iowa Marital Status: Widowed  Gender: Male Estimated birth year: abt 1844  Race: White Mother: Mary Barklay Mother's Birth Location: New York Father: Jame Nuckolls Father's Birth Location: Scotland Marriage Location: Eldora IA Line: 22  Roll: IA1925_1742

[NI6080] Justine Jones says " When I was a child, in the 1940s, my parents to ok me to visit "Aunt Cena" in a cool, dark house in Pasadena, California." Enumerated 2 times in 1870.  One with mother in Linn Co. IA also in Jones Co, Fariview, IA attending school with family Abram Anson

[NI6081] CADI begins in 1940 so must have died between 1930 and 1940 Name: O Nuckolls Census Date: 1856 Residence County: Linn Residence State: Iowa  Locality: Maine Birth Location: Iowa Family Number: 21 Gender: Male Estimated birth year: abt 1850 1880 Graham Co, Graham KS pg 207 Nancy Harding, self 23 IA OH IN Margaret Harding, mother, 65 IN KY KY Orville Knuckles, Cousin, 30 IA KY KY Name: Orville A Nuckolls Census Date: 1885 Residence County: Linn  Residence State: Iowa  Locality: Boulder Birth Location: Linn Family Number: 75 Marital Status: Single  Gender: Male Estimated birth year: abt 1851 Line: 24  Roll: IA1885_219 Name: Orville A Nuckolls Census Date: 1905 Residence County: Linn  Residence State: Iowa  Locality: Brown Line: 124  Roll: IA_96 Friday, May 19, CedarRapids Iowa- Law Calendar Upon the default of all the defendants in the case of F E Collins vs Orvil le Nuckolls, et al- and proper showing to the court, a judgement and decr ee as per enrolled order is made of record.

[DI6081] CADI Orville A Nuckolls, spouse E M, died 4/19/1935 Los Angeles Co, age 84 cert#22309

[NI6082] From Grandma Elsie Cannon Rhoten: "Orilla had a brother named Ezra Nuckols who was a Jeweler in Marshalltow n, Iowa.  He gave a watch to Ezra Rhoten when he was 14.  It was engrave d.  Grandma Elsie Rhoten has watch.  Orilla had 2 sisters and 1 brother li ving in Pasadena." Name: A Nuckolls Census Date: 1856 Residence County: Linn Residence State: Iowa Locality: Maine Birth Location: Iowa Family Number: 21 Gender: Female Estimated birth year: abt 1852 Line: 19 Roll: IA_59

[NI6095] Complete Webb geneaolgy furnished by Lou Davis Webb, Bedford, IN

[NI6097] Name shown in some places as Lavina Name: Leona Nuckalls Census Date: 1915 Residence County: Hardin Residence State: Iowa Locality: Eldora  Ward 2 Birth Location: Iowa Marital Status: Married  age 67 Gender: Female Estimated birth year: abt 1848 Race: White Mother's Birth Location: NH Father's Birth Location: NH Completed grade 10 Congregation Church Reads, lived 50 years in Iowa Line: 628  Roll: IA1915_221 http://home.att.net/~george.eastman/ Eastman genealogy and History (name recorded as Leona Caroline Eastman) The Nashua Reporter Nashua  Iowa  18 October 1933 Fights Swarm of Bees Mrs Ezra Nuckolls, 86, of Eldora, Hardin County, came off slightly battle- scarred but still undaunted after a pitched combat with a swarm of yell ow jackets the other day. Mrs Nuckolls was picking flowers in her garden w hen the swarm attacked her. They got inside her clothes, on her face, han ds and arms. She swatted at them gallantly and ran into the house whe re 11 of the bees were extracted from the folds of her clothing. Althou gh badly swolen from the stings, Mrs  Nuckolls treated the injuries herse lf and refused to take to her bed, declaring it took more than a swa rm of yellow jackets to get the best of her. Waterloo Courrier, Waterloo Iowa April 5 1936 Mrs Ezra Nuckolls, Eldora, to Observe Natal Anniversary Eldora Ia- Mrs Ezra Nuckolls is observing her eighty-ninth birthday tod ay at the home of he son James Nuckolls where she spent the winter. Becau se of her health, she will be able to receive but a few friends this after noon. Mrs Nuckolls, the oldest member of the Congressional Church, which s he joined in 1868, came to Eldora in 1857 and has lived on the same blo ck of ground all these years. In 1868 she married Lieut Ezra Nuckolls, w ho died about ten years ago. Their children are Edward of Coon Rapid, Jam es of Eldora, Mrs Frank Hammond, San Diego and Richard Nuckolls, Grinnell. Waterloo Daily Courrier Waterloo Iowa Wednesday May 31 1939 Hardin Pioneer's Funeral Thursday Mrs Ezra Nuckolls Dies In California at 92 Eldora Ia- Funeral services for Mrs Ezra Nuckolls, 92, pioneer reside nt of Hardin county, wil be held Thursday from the Congregational churc h, of which she had been a member for 71 years. Mrs Nuckolls died in Calif ornia Mary 27. Born in Burlington April 5, 1847, she moved with her parent s, Mr and Mrs Enoch W Eastman to Oskaloosa, and from that place to Eldo ra in 1857. She has lived on the same block continuously since that tim e. As a member of the Three-Quarter-Cenury club of Hardin county she has s een development of Eldora and the county almost from their beginnings. S he recalled many incidents of those early days and could tell them in a w ay that delighted her listeners. He father was lieutenant-governor dunri ng the Civil War period. He was a lawyer of great ability and to him is at tributed the inscription on the Iowa stone in the Washington monument in W ashington DC. It is also inscribed on this tombstone in the Eldora Cemeter y. It reads: "The affections of Iowa, like the rivers of her borders, fl ow toward and inseparable union." Mrs Nuckolls is survived by one daughte r, Mrs Frank Hammond, Pasadena Cal; three sons, James Nuckolls, wice presd ient of Hardin County National Bank, Eldora; Richard Nuckolls, Grinnell a nd Edward Nuckolls, Coon Rapids; nine grandchildren and three great grandc hildren; a sister, Mrs Celia Baker, Bakersfield, CA. Burial will be in t he Eldora Cemetery beside her husband, Ezra Nuckolls, Civil War Vetern, a nd pioneer jeweler here. Cemetery records on line give date of death 1909, but death records and ce nsus indicate she died 1939

[DI6097] CADI, Leona C Nuckolls, spouse, E, died 5/27/1939 Los Angeles Co, CA age 92 cert#30247

[NI6098] Lieut. Governor of Iowa.

[NI6100] The Kansas City Star 4/26/1905 Watch Made in Bits Keeps Time From the Des Moines Register Eldora IA- An Eldora jeweler, Edward W Nuckolls, has in his possession one of the six hand made silver Swiss watches which were made nu John Samps on in London England in 1778. The timepiece has been pronounced by New York expert watchmakers to be a very valuable specimen, and is worth several hundred dollars to a collector. There are three cases, the first outer case, bing made of black tortoise shell, richly embossed and beaded. The watch proper has a silver hunting case which is chased by hand on the outside and silver figures in relief make the case a very handsome one and show that a great deal of work and skill have been displayed to make the rich embossing. The third case is of ordinary silver, the wroks are of the finest watch metal, richly chased and engraved, and the specimen is indeed beautiful as well as unique. The watch keeps spendid time, and even if it is of such great age is more accurate than some of the mode rn watches as a timekeeper. Over twenty-five years ago a stranger who said that he was a farm hand brought the watch into Mr Ezra Nuckolls for repairs and since that time he has never been heard from and the jeweler fee ls that by failure of his many years to reclaim the watch the man has disappeared and the timepiece will rightfully belong to the jeweler. Waterloo Semi-Weekly Courrier, Waterloo Iowa, Tuesday April 14, 1908 Pg 8 Shooting Affair at Eldora Dr H W Emery Suffering From Wound in Breast at Hospital Eldora, April 10- Dr Harry W Emery, a prominent osteopath of this city, is lying at Emergency hospital, suffering from a bullet wound in the left breast, inflicted by Edward Nuckolls, a well-known young man here, and associated with his father Ezra Nuckolls in the jewelry business. Dr N C Morse, who is caring for the patient, does not as yet venture a prediction as to Emery's chances for living. At about 2 oclock yesterday morning residents in the east part of town heard several shots but knew not  where they were fired or what the occasion might be. Some time after daylight it was learned that someone had been shot, and still later the information became circulated about town that Dr Emery was the victim, and that Ed Nuckolls did the shooting. Considerable mystery surrounds the shooting even yet, and different stories can be heard. It is stated that Nuckolls found Emery trying to enter his house at about 2 oclock yesterday morning and emptied his revolver into the flying form in the darkness. Nuckolls did not know until morning however, that he had wounded the doctor. The Nuckolls home has been under quarantine because the Nuckolls children were supposed to have scarlet fever. Mr Nuckolls has not been staying at home, but, hearing the other evening that the children had whooping cough, went home o see just what the situation was.  About midnight, it is claimed, he was awakened by a rap at the door. He answered the call and found Dr Emery, who informed Nuckolls that he was looking for him and wanted him to go down to his office and  sample some fine wine that he had purchased. Nuckolls complied, but after a short time excused himself, and said he would go to his room at the store and go to bed. Nuckolls was apparently suspicious and instead of going to the store and remaining, went for his revolver and  returned home. An hour and a half later Emery is said to have again appeared at the Nuckolls home. Nuckolls followed him long enough to empty his revolver at him. Public sympathy is with Nuckolls, and as yet no arrests have ben made. Emery is a handsome and sashing young man and, it is generally admitted, is responsible for the estrangement in the family of Frank W Crockett, the Des Moines lawyer and brother of former Clerk of the Supreme Court John C Crockett, now reading clerk of the United States Senate. Mrs Crockett was the widow of George Wisner, at one time the wealthiest young man in Hardin County. Marble Rock Journal, Marble Rock, Iowa, Thursday April 23, 1908 Pg 7 Husband Shoots Doctor Same article as above.

[NI6101] NuckollsWaterloo Daily Courier Waterloo  Iowa  07 November 1944 Banker at Eldora has Appendectomy- James Nuckolls, Pres of the Hardin County Savings Bank is in the Eldora M emorial Hospital recovering from and appendectomy which he underwent Frida y. The appendix was ruptured and for a time his condition was considered s erious but he is doing well at present. Nuckolls has been connected with t his bank for 50 years entering as errand boy and was made president last y ear. Soda Springs Sun Soda Springs  Idaho  23 May 1946  James Nuckolls , Presid ent of the Hardin County bank of Eldora Iowa visited the forepart of the w eek with Mr and Mrs Uther Davis. Mrs Davis and Mr Nuckolls are cousins a nd this was their first meeting with each other Waterloo Daily Courier Waterloo Iowa 05 December 1946 Eldora Church Officers- James Nuckolls reelected church clerk, a positi on he has held for a number of years. Waterloo Daily Courier Waterloo Iowa 26 June 1947 Eldora-James Nuckolls, president of the Hardin County Savings Bank a nd D M Moser, former president, are making a motor tour of the northwest a ccompanied by Albert Arnold Waterloo Daily Courier Waterloo  Iowa  12 January 1950 Hardin County Savings Bank-Willis K Bramel was named President last fall following the dea th of James Nuckolls

[DI6101] Waterloo Daily Courier | Waterloo, Iowa | Sunday October 16, 1949 | Pa ge 14 James Nuckolls Dies; Long Time Eldora Banker Eldora Ia- James Nuckolls, 74, president of Hardin County Savings Bank died Satuday in an Eldora hospital. He had been ill for some time, but in t he hospital only two days. Mr Nuckolls ahd been active at his office until the last two days.  He was dean of Hardin county bankers  and was a grandson of Enoch W Eastman who was lieutenant governor of Iowa  from 1866-18 68. Mr Nuckolls was born Oct 1 1875 son of Mr and Mrs Ezra Nuckolls and h ad lived in Eldora ll of his life. He began work in the bank as a small boy. IN 1900 he married Bessie McElroy. Surviving are one son, Eastman, Eldo ra; one grandaughter, a brother, Edward, Eldora and one sister Susie Hammo nd  Pasadena, CA. His wife died in 1934. Funeral services wi ll be at 2 pm Tuesdy and burial will be in Eldora Cemetery

[NI6102] 1936 of San Diego, CA 1939 of Pasadena, CA 1949 of Pasadena, CA Name: Susy Nuckolls Hammond Social Security #: 547729825 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 26 Dec 1877 Birthplace: Iowa Death Date: 28 Dec 1979 Death Place: Kern

[DI6103] Name:    RICHARD FRANCIS NUCKOLLS Death Date:    09/01/1943 00:00:00 Death Place:    OLMSTED State File Number:    010575 Minnesota Death Index, 1908-2002 Waterloo Daily Courier | Waterloo, Iowa | Friday, September 03, 1943 | Pa ge 14 Eldora-Word was received here Thursday of the death of Richard F Nuckoll s, prominent jeweler of Grinnell and well known here as the brother of james Nuckolls, vice president of the hardin county bank. Born in Eldora and learned the trade  from his father the late Ezra Nuckolls, pioneer jeweler in this part of Iowa, attended Grinnell College and went into business in Grinnell more than 30 years ago; married Bessie Uhl of  Mitchelville who survives with one son Richard F Nuckolls, instructor in the University of Minnesota and twin daughters, Louise and Caroline.

[NI6107] Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - March 9, 1999 Deceased Name: Beaverdam - Mrs. Janet Godsey Nuckols Beaverdam - Mrs. Janet Godsey Nuckols, 49, a homemaker, wife of Forrest Ch ewning Nuckols. Name: Janet E. Nuckols SSN: 229-62-0190 Born: 9 Jan 1950 Died: 8 Mar 1999 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1963 )

[NI6119] this family line info from: kejones@erols.com (Ken Jones)

[NI6120] 1860 Census shows a person aver 20 who can not read or write.

[DI6121] The Baltimore Sun 11/16/1885 An Old Lady and Two Girls Drowned Lexington VA Nov 14- Mrs Nuckolls, an old lady, mother of Silas B Nuckolls and two daughters of Adam Bare, in attempting to cross North River this evening at the bend just above the mouth of South River, were drowned in sight of their home. The cause of the accident was due to the floor of the boat giving away, and this happening in the middle of the river so no relief could be gotten to them in time.

[HI6122] (Research):Supposedly the son of Chauncey Root (1774-1825)  and Polly Newell (1781-1837) per Phyllis Ferguson ancestry.com Colon married Theresa in Nelson Co, VA which  borders Augusta Co. IN 1840 there are two Root families in Augusta County Michael Root pg 13 -111000010-20100001 Abraham Root pg78  1 male 60-70 one female 50-60 This would appear as if Michael would be a likley candidate for the father of Colon. He would probably be within the age bracket of the oldest son.

[HI6123] (Research):1840 Census Augusta Co, VA  close proximity to Michael Root is William Wills but no females in the household.

[NI6125] Thornton Family line from WFT Vol3 Tree 5980

[NI6126] Captured in Civil War and sent to Camp Douglas. There for about a yea r. He was first listed as a deserter, but was later exonerated.

[NI6128] Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Record Name: Freland Laf Thornton Death Day: 3 Death Month: Mar Death Year: 1927 County: Garland Roll Number: 19241933

[NI6143] Uncle Tom Thornton, "Wreckmaster" Quits Railroading by Celestine Sibley From the Atlanta Journal - October 19, 1946 "Uncle Tom Thornton has gone home. No longer will the hoarse and challengi ng cry 'Clear the main line!' bestir him from his warm bed on a cold wint er night. No longer will he stand on the right-of-way, his battered felt h at tilted in defiance to sleet and rain and snow, urging his crew of sleep less, nerveless men on to finish a job and let the mail and passengers thr ough.      That railroading son-of-a-gun, Uncle Tom Thornton, the South's most f amous wreck master, after more than half a century of service has retire d.      They gathered on the cindery, smoke-filled area between the roundhou se and the wrecker train on the Atlanta joint Terminal yards Friday morni ng to give him a present and wish him Godspeed....Officials of the four ra ilroads were there and so was his crew. Even Mose, the wiry little Negro f ireman who climbed on Uncle Tom's train at a wreck in south Georgia 30 yea rs ago and has been with him ever since.      'We'll all get to the wrecks, all right, and we'll clear the main lin e', they promised him, 'but it won't be the same'      76 Year Old Thomas Pascal Thornton is a legendary figure in Southe rn Railroad lore. He has been at every wreck or near-wreck on his lin es in the last 40 years, sometimes for 24 hours or more without sleep a nd 18 hours without food. He has seen some bad wrecks, human beings de ad or suffering, giant locomotives twisted and mangled and somehow he h as always been able to bring order out of destruction, to fulfill the rail roadman's creed and clarion call: "Clear the main line!" Thomas P. Thornton found in: Census Microfilm Records: Georgia, 1900 Lived in:  Cooks District, Fulton County, Georgia Series: T623     Microfilm:  197     Book:  2     Page:  33 Thomas P Thornton,m,w, 5/1869, 31 Wd, GA GA GA - RR Watchman, rent home Pascal, son, 12/1893, 6, GA GA TN Russie, sister, 12/1881,18, GA GA GA Mary Ward, servant, 8/1847,52, single, GA GA SC The woman, Mary Ward, listed as servant is Thomas T.'s maternal aunt (o ld maid) who lived with him until her demise in 19 March 1910 in Atlant a, Ga. Thos P. Thornton found in: Census Microfilm Records: Georgia, 1910 Age:  40     Gender:  M     Rac e:  W     Birthplace:  TN State:  Georgia     County:  FULTON     Locale:  COOK DIST     Series:  T6 24    Roll:  193     Part:  1 Page:  13B Thomas P Thornton, 40, h/h, married 2 times, married 8 year s. TN TN TN - RR Car Builder Etta, wife, 35, m1x, 4 children, 4 living, GA GA GA Grace, dau, 7 Lillian, dau, 6, William, son, 3 Alfred, son,  6 or 9 months, (enumerated 5/4/1910) Meynard Leah(k/), boarding, age 21 married 0 months Malinda, boarding, age 20 married 0 months. no children. Thornton, Thomas P     Age: 51 Year: 1920   Birthplace: Tennessee Roll:  T 625_251   Race: White Page:  11B   State: Georgia ED:  150   County: Fult on Image:  0538   Township: Atlanta Thomas P Thornton, head, rent home, age 51, married, TN TN TN  _RR Wreck er Foreman Etta, 45, wife Grace, dau, 17 Lillian 16, dau William, son, 14 Alfred, 11 Edna, dau 9 Edith, dau, 9 The Atlanta Journal Obituary Deaths and Funerals: Dec. 27, 1948 Funeral services for Thomas Pascal Thornton, 78, a railroad man for abo ut 60  years were held Monday at Spring Hill.  The Rev. Harrison McMains o fficiated and burial was in West View cemetery.Mr. Thornton, who was kno wn by his fellow workers as "Uncle Tom," died Sunday at a private hospita l, about three weeks after he had suffered a fractured hip.  His home w as at 1149 Alta Ave. Northeast Atlanta, GA. He was a native of Nashville, Tenn, but had lived in Atlanta for abo ut 65 years.Beginning his career as a car oiler at the age of 16, he had w orked for the Seaboard Railway, the A. & W. P., the L. & N., and the A.C. L.  For more than 40 years he was a wreckmaster who "cleared the main line ."Mr. Thornton was a member of the Railroad Brotherhood.  He attended t he Inman Park Baptist church.Surviving are his wife:  Four daughters, Mr s. Jack Q. Forrester and Mrs. Lillian Power both of Atlanta; Mrs. R.M. Ra y, of Griffin, GA and Mrs. R.V. Marsh of Charlotte, N.C.;  two son s, W. T. Thornton, of Everett, Washington and Alfred C. Thornton of Atlant a; four sisters, Mrs. Mae Thornton, of Los Angeles; Mrs. R.M. McCain, of A tlanta; Mrs. Lula Barry of Tampa and Mrs. Sally Locke, of Staten Island, N .Y. and six grandchildren.

[NI6144] The Atlanta Journal Obituary March 2, 1951 THORNTON Mrs. Thomas P. (Henrietta) of 1149 Alta Ave. N.E. died March 2, 1951, Surv iving are her daughters, Mrs. Jack Q. Forrester, Mrs. Lillian E. Power, Mr s. R.M. Ray, Griffin, GA; Mrs. Roy V. Marsh, Charlotte; sons, Mr. A.C. Tho rnton, Mr. W.T. Thornton, Chicago; sister Mrs. Jule Price, Adairsville, G A; six grandchildren.

[NI6155] Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Record Name: Mary A Thornton Death Day: 24 Death Month: Apr Death Year: 1915 County: Montgomery Volume Number: 23 Roll Number: 19141923 Certificate Number: 858

[NI6166] GOOCHLAND COUNTY DEED AND WILL BOOK 23 page 323 Deed from Benjamin Nuckols, Jr, his wife Elizabeth and Joseph Nuckols to M atthew Jordan and Willliam Gill recorded 17 Aug 1818 This Indenture entered into this 3rd day of August in the year one thousa nd Eight hundred and eighteen Between Benjamin Cocke Junior and his wife E lizabeth and Joseph Nuckols of the County of Goochland of the first part a nd Matthew Jordan of Hanover County and William Gill of the county of Gooc hland of the other part. Witnesseth that for and in consideration of the s um of three thousand three hundred dollars in hand paid by the said Matth ew Jordan and William Gill to the said Benjamin Cocke Junior and Joseph Nu ckols the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath bargained and sold a nd doth by their presents bargain and sell to the said Matthew Jordan a nd William Gill their heirs and assigns a certain piece of parcel of la nd in the County of Goochland commonly known by the name of Nuckols Trac t, together with the Mill thereon containing between six and eight ---- Ac res be the same more or less, to have and to hold the said piece of parc el of land together with the Mill thereon unto the said Matthew Jordan a nd William Gill their heirs and assigns forever and the said Benjamin Coc ke Junior and Joseph Nuckols warrant and forever defend the said Jordan a nd Gill in the title of said piece of parcel of land with the Mill thereo n. In witness whereof the said Benjamin Cocke Junior and Elizabeth his wi fe and Joseph Nuckols have set their hand and affixed their seals the d ay and date first above written. Benjamin Cocke Jr., Seal Elizabeth Cocke, Seal Joseph Nuckols, Seal In a quarterly session Court held for Goochland County at the Courthou se on Monday the 17th day of August 1818, This Indenture was present ed in Court and acknowledged by Benjamin Cocke Jr and Joseph Nuckols parti es thereto, to be their acts and deeds and ordered to be recorded. Teste, Wm Miller CGC Transcribed From Goochland County Courthouse record by Stuart W. & Carrol Nuckols 9 Aug 1999 Goochland Co, BA Bk23 p140  14 Jan 1818 Indenture  Reuben Nuckols guardi an of Ann Nuckols, John Nuckols guardian of his children, William Nucko ls guardian of his Dau. (Susanna), Andrew Nuckols for himself and as age nt of  Pouncy Nuckols Jr., Joseph Nuckols as agent of William Nuckols of S tate of KY. Timothy Swift, and Susan Nuckols, widow and relict of Pouncy N uckols dec., grant and sell to Joseph Nuckols and Benjamin Cocke Jr. for $ 2665 the Nuckols Mill Tract.  Witnesses, Spotswood Childress, James ?, Wil liam A Nuckols. Died before his fathers estate was settled. Although he was Benjamin Cocke Jr, in the book "Cockes and Cousin s" pg 56 he is listed as the son of William Cocke and Sarah Wood

[NI6168] Eliza S Nuckols signed as legal guardian and William H Nuckols signed wi th her. (Lousia Co Mar Reg 312, 437) Cocke, Wm B. Age:  45     Gender:  M    Race:  W     Birthplace:  VA   Sta te:  Kentucky  1870 County:  CHRISTIAN     Locale:  HOPKINSVILLE P O     S eries:  M593     Roll:  455     Part:  1  Page:  461A History of Todd County, Kentucky, ed. J. H. Battle, 1884, F. A. Battey Pub lishing Co., 1884, p. 320.           [Trenton Precinct] WILLIAM B. COCKE, Trenton, is a native of Hanover County, Va., where he w as born August 29, 1824, and resided until 1867, when he removed to Todd C ounty, Ky., his present place of residence.  His father, William N. Cock e, was born in Hanover County, Va., where he died in 1826, at the early a ge of twenty-four years.  He was the son of Benjamin, also a native of Han over County, where he died in 1822, having been a soldier in the war of 18 12. Subject's mother, Eliza S., daughter of Reuben and Mary (Duke) Nuckal s, of Louisa County, Va., was born in 1802, and died in 1882.  To her a nd William N. were born William B., as above, and Mary E.  Mr. Cocke recei ved a good education and is a man of extensive reading and more than ordin ary intelligence.  He was married October 10, 1844, to Miss Catherine M., daughter of Thomas and Ann O. (Holladay) Duke, of Louisa County, Va, and t his union has been blessed with William H. (who died in the army), A nn E. (White), Herbert H., Edgar L. and Ida O. (widow of S. T. Moore).  M r. Cocke is engaged in farming, owning seventy acres of first-class lan d, in a fine state of cultivation, and in good condition.  He is a Bapti st and is identified with the Democratic party.  Samuel T. Moore, son of J ohn Moore, of Todd County, Ky., was born May 4, 1844, and died June 21, 18 80. On November 16, 1876, he was married to Miss Ida O., daughter of W. B. Coc ke, of Todd County.  He died possessed of 244 acres of very valuable farmi ng land.  Their children are Katie A. and Mattie H.  (See Mr. A. N. Moore 's sketch.)

[NI6169] In 1850 Hanover Co, VA Census is living with Mary Nuckols age 66 next do or to Reuben

[NI6182] Marriage Bonds, Henrico Co, VA 1782-1853 by Michael E Pollock Gen Pu bl Co 1984 pg118 James Mull, to Sarah Williams with consent of her mother Elizabeth William s. W H Nuckols and Henry D Stevens, wit to the consent. William Mull suret y, attested to James' age. 30 Dec 1800

[NI6188] 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.

[NI6198] TODD COUNTY TIMES, Friday, January 22, 1909 Born to Mr .and Mrs. V. B. Nuckols, Thursday evening of last week, a boy b aby. He was a with Firestone Tire Manufacture about 1925 in Akron, Summ it County, Ohio. During World War II Noel worked on de-icers for airpla ne wings. He resided Akron in 1948 in Ohio. N. T. Nuckols gave the informa tion on the death certicicate for his father-- Virgil Boardman Nucko ls in 1978 in Elkton, Todd County, Kentucky. He was an owner of NUCKOLS Se ed Company from 1949 to 1980 in Elkton, Todd County , Kentucky. NOEL THOM AS NUCKOLS, of Elkton, owns and operates a seed company that bears his nam e. Among the positions he has held are President--Kentucky Seed Dealers' A ssociation; President-Elkton Rotary Club; Todd County Chainnan of the Poli omyelitis Drive for 15 years; Mayor of the City ofElkton and Sunday Scho ol Teacher in the Elkton Baptist Church. His education includes four yea rs ofhigh school work and one year of college. He is the son of Virg il B. and Georgia Pepper NUCKOLS o fElkton. He and his wife Mae have two c hildren, Noel Jr., who is General Sales Manager, U. S. S. Agricultural Che mical Co., Cincinnati, Ohio; William Evans NUCKOLS, Director, Public Servi ces, Blue Cross-Blue Shield, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Grandchildren are No el T. NUCKOLS III of CinciIlllati and Katherine Evans NUCKOLS of Chattanoo ga, Tennessee. Headline: NOEL T NUCKOLS DIES; WAS FORMER MAYOR OF ELKTON Publication Date: January 01, 1991 Source: The Courier-Journal Louisvill e, KY Page: 03B Obituary: ELKTON, Ky. -- Noel Thomas Nuckols, former mayor of Elkton, di ed Sunday in the emergency room of Jennie Stuart Medical Center in Hopkins ville after suffering a ruptured aneurysm. He was 81. Nuckols, a nati ve of Todd County, was mayor from 1966 through 1969. He had owned Nucko ls Seed Co. from 1949-1980. He was past president of Elkton Rotary Club a nd Kentucky Seedman Association. He was a member of Elkton Baptist Chur ch and a former member of Elkton Masonic Lodge.  Survivors include his wif e, the former Mae Evans; two sons, William E. Nuckols of Chattanooga, Tenn ., and Noel Thomas Nuckols Jr. of Tampa, Fla.; and three grandchildren. T he funeral will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Latham Funeral Home, with buri al in Glenwood Cemetery. Visitation will be at the funeral home fr om 5 to 8 p.m. today.

[NI6207] Name:    William Henry Nuckals City:    Not Stated  County:    Sharp State:    Arkansas  Birthplace:    Kentucky  Birth Date:    26 Aug 1888  R ace:    Caucasian Roll:    1530581 June 5 1917 William Henry Nuckols res Williford, AR Age 29 born  Aug 26 1888 Scottsville, KY Cant read occupation- works Greenville Stone & Gravel Co Married with wife and one child Med height, stout build, blue eyes, lt brn hair

[DI6207] ID:«tab»223783 Name of Deceased:«tab»NUCKOLS, WILLIAM H. Year:«tab»1954 Certificate Number:«tab»2811 County of Death:«tab»BANNOCK City:«tab»POCATELLO Date of Death:«tab»8/7/1954 Date of Birth:«tab»08/25/1887

[XI6207] Birth: «tab»Aug. 25, 1887 Death: «tab»Aug. 7, 1954 Burial: Mountain View Cemetery Pocatello Bannock County Idaho, USA Plot: 20E, 23, 10

[NI6209] Wichita Daily Times Wichita Falls  Texas  03 September 1918 Died of Wounds Received in Action-Sgt Andy P Nuckols of Princeton, Ky

[NI6210] ANTHONY C NUCKOLS Date  641213 Age  067 Place  CLDWL Residence  CALDWELL Volume  054 Cert  26981 Deathvol  64

[NI6211] TheTimes Leader Princeton Kentucky May 14th 1994 Caldwell County Cleora Winters, 92, formerly of Highland Avenue, Princeto n, died Tuesday, May 10th, at 4:25 p.m. at Caldwell County Hospital, follo wing a long illness. Funeral services will be held Sunday, May 15th, at 1: 00 p.m. at Morgan's Funeral on with the Rev. Cliff Jones officiating. Buri al will follow in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Princeton, Ky. A native of Caldwe ll County, she was born September 21st 1901, a daughter of the late Thom as P. and Mary Rucker Taylor. Mrs. Winters was a housewife and a memb er of First Christian Church. She was preceded in death by her first husba nd, Anthony Clyde Nuckols, in 1964; her second husband, Thomas Winter s, in 1988; and one son, A. C. Nuckols, who died while serving in the Nav y. Survivors include a son and daughter-in-law, Bob and Martha Nuckols, Ro anoke, Va.; three granddaughters, Nancy Graham, Bristol, Va., Pamela Fos s, Fairfax Station, Va., and Patricia Nuckols, Roanoke, Va.; and two nephe ws, George R. Taylor, Princeton, and Fenton Taylor Jr., Evansville, Indian a.

[NI6212] Affectionately known as "Miss Molley". She was the sixth child of William Brown and Dicey Hercilla Young McElro y. after marriage, they moved  in 1911 to 205 South Jefferson St, Princeto n, and opened a boarding house. Each year the family would spend ten days at old Kuttawa Mineral Sprin gs in order  to attend the yearly religious camp meeting.  Miss Mollie alw ays carried her portable baking oven, an assortment of baking pans, lo st of ingredients and would bake a different cake each day for the childre n. We were always amazed when she would take small portions of different c olored icing, place on a square of wax paper, roll in a tube and use th is to wright our names on the cakes. Another artistic trait was that she c ould peel an apple without even breaking the peel, but let it fall in o ne continuous strip.  Miss Mollie did this for us each time we visited, ev en after we were married. Source - History of Caldwell Co, by Samuel W Stegar- pg 425 Death Certificate says born 1/1/1852 but age was 88. 1900 Census was 1/18 62 INformant Mrs Fred Pickering

[DI6212] Name:  «tab»Mrs Mary B Nuckols [Mrs Mary B McElroy] Death Date: «tab»2 Nov 1950 Death Location: «tab»Caldwell Residence Location: «tab»Caldwell Age: «tab»98 Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»1 Jan 1852 Birth Location: «tab»Caldwell, Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»William B McElroy Mother's Name: «tab»Dicie Hercilla Young

[NI6222] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Norvel W Nuckols Birth Year: 1915 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Virginia County or City: Norfolk Enlistment Date: 7 May 1945 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: 4 years of high school Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 66 Weight: 683

[XI6222] Greenlawn Memorial Gardens,

[NI6229] Kenneth was born in Norfolk, VA on 20 Jul 1918 (third child of six and all were boys except the last one) and grew up in a section of Portsmout h, VA called Craddock.  When the doctor made out his birth certificate, he spelled his first name with 2 "i's" instead of with 2 "e's".  Many years later, he went to court and had his named changed so that it was spelled with 2 "e's".  His father, Dorsey Bryden NUCKOLS, known as 'Pop' by his grandchildren, worked at Norfolk Naval Shipyard, located in Portsmouth VA until he retired.  (Kenneth Bryden  was called 'Pop" by his grandchildren and my grandchildren call me 'Pop' today.)  My dad's mother, Myrtle Willie PARTLOW, worked as a reporter for many years for one of the local newspapers, The Portsmouth Star, Portsmouth, VA.  Since she worked for the local newspaper, the family was the first to have a telephone in their section of the city.  From stories told to us through the years, 'Pop' (Dorsey) Nuckols was a stern disciplinarian and made all the children " tow the line." My father told me the story about he and my mother met.  My mother was working in Va. Beach, VA and my dad met her there.  My mother did not want to get married, so she quit her job and went back home to Newton Grove, NC. My dad followed her there.  When he arrived, knocked on the door and asked for her, my grandmother could not understand him because my dad stuttered so badly.  Finally, my grandmother yelled into the house, "Ann, there is a man out here with a quivering chin who wants to see you."  Not long afterwards they were married.  My father did many things to earn a living.  Carpenter, soda jerk and serving in the military (briefly) were so me of the jobs he held.  As a result, we moved around a lot; living in Illinois, North Carolina, Baltimore and Tidewater, VA.  He finally settled into the profession of selling cookware and at the time of his death, he h ad been selling cookware longer than I had been living. In the latter years of his life, he became very active in Al-Anon, an organization for the spouses of alcoholics.  (My mother was a member of Alcoholics Anonymous, AA).  In that organization he helped many people and the state of Virginia Al-Anon organization dedicated a rocking chair to his memory after his death.  To this day, it can be found in the lobby of the hotel where Al-Anon holds its state meetings in Blackstone, VA.  My father be came a better man, father and grandfather as he grew older and in the last 5 years of his life we had a wonderful relationship.  Unfortunately, there were some areas of his life he has difficulty dealing with.  As a result, he took his own life.  Seventeen years have past from then till now and I still miss him tremendously.  To this day, I love him and am thankful for all he did for me, his son. by Kenneth Bruce Nuckols 11/19/1999

[XI6229] Greenlawn Memorial Gardens

[NI6230] Anna Lee WOOD is related to the following surnames from near Newton Grov e, North Carolina: WOOD, WARREN, BAREFOOT, LEE, McPHAIL,DAUGHTRY, WEEKS, L ASSITER, McDOUGALL, TART, SMITH and MORGAN.

[DI6230] Virginian-Pilot, The (Norfolk, VA) - April 9, 2010 Deceased Name: Ann W. Nuckols PORTSMOUTH - Anna Lee Wood "Ann" Nuckols passed into eternal life April 6, 2010. She was the oldest of four daughters born to Lula Kilty (Warren) Wood and Dalma Jarvis Wood. Ann was born in Newton Grove, N.C., Jan. 8, 1920. She attended East Carolina State Teacher's College (ECU). On Aug. 8, 1939, she married Kenneth Bryden Nuckols in Virginia Beach. In 1958, she was chosen as Mrs. Portsmouth. In the 1950s and 60s, she was active in the Sterling Point Garden Club and served as president of the Portsmouth Women's Club. In 1956, Ann started on a journey that changed her life. As she walked that journey, in an effort to become the person she sought to be, other things took place that no on could have foreseen. As part of her growth, she was asked to help others. In so doing, Ann became a guiding light to many and those that came behind her benefited from her light, guidance, support and commitment. She never shirked any opportunity to help another. She was responsible for helping thousands. Her memory will be cherished by her sister, Patricia W. Burden (Stan) of Las Vegas, Nev.; her four children, daughters, Patricia N. Clark (Jack) of Las Vegas, Carolyn N. Dail and Deborah N. Keeter (Johnny Jr.), all of Havelock, N.C., and her son, Kenneth Bruce Nuckols (BJ) of Virginia Beach. She is also survived by 11 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and many other family members. She was preceded in death by her husband, her parents and also by her sisters, Geraldine W. Sommers and Kitty W. Floyd Moore. A special thank you is given to her niece, Terri and her husband Dennis Davidson.The family will receive friends at Snellings Funeral Home at 5815 High Street W., Portsmouth, from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 11. A celebration of her life will be conducted at the funeral home at 2 p.m. Monday, April 12.In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to a charity of your choice.

[NI6253] Name: Eugene Nuckols Arrival Date: 17 Mar 1944 Estimated birth year: abt 1921 Age: 23 Port of Departure: Prestwick, Scotl and Ethnicity/Race-/Nationality: American Port of Arrival: Laguardia Airpo rt, New York, New York Name: Eugene L Nuckols Arrival Date: 25 Jan 1944 Estimated birth year: abt 1921 Age: 23 Port of Departure: Prestwick, Scotl and Ethnicity/Race-/Nationality: American Port of Arrival: Laguardia Airpo rt, New York, New York Name: Eugene L Nuckols Arrival Date: 24 Feb 1944 Estimated birth year: abt 1921 Age: 23 Port of Departure: Prestwick, Scotl and Ethnicity/Race-/Nationality: American Port of Arrival: New York, New Name: Eugene L Nuckols Arrival Date: 16 Apr 1944 Estimated birth year: abt 1921 Age: 23 Port of Departure: Prestwick, Scotland Ethnicity/Race-/Nationality: American Port of Arrival: Laguardia Airport, New York, New York Name: Eugene Nuckols Arrival Date: 10 Oct 1944 Estimated birth year: abt 1921 Age: 23 Port of Departure: Prestwick, Scotland Ethnicity/Race-/Nationality: American Port of Arrival: New York, New York

[DI6253] October 30, 1920 ~ April 19, 2013 The Honorable Eugene Lambert Nuckols, of Pulaski, departed this life on Friday, April 19, 2013. He was born on October 30, 1920, in Craddock, Va., to Dorsey B. and Myrtle Partlow Nuckols. He was one of six children.He was preceded in death by his parents; and his four brothers, Lewis, Norvell, Kenneth and Richard Nuckols. He was also preceded in death by his son, Randolph Bruce Nuckols; and by his beloved wife, "Ruthie" (Ruth Dickerson Nuckols).He is survived by his two daughters and their spouses, Nance N. Thompson and Carl, of Cortlandt Manor, N.Y., and Martha N. Moody and Rick, of Pulaski, Va. He is survived by three grandchildren, Christopher Gallimore, Stephen Thompson, and Deborah Thompson; and two great-granddaughters, Rayvn and Kithara. He is also survived by his sister, Mary Viers, of Radford; his sister-in-law, Edith D. Rider, of Connecticut; and numerous nieces and nephews.Gene, as he was known, came to Pulaski in the early 1950s, after graduating with honors from the University of Virginia (UVa) to practice law in the hometown of his bride, Ruth. He was a partner in the law firm of Crowell Nuckols Layman & Aust for over 50 years. He was also a retired Judge of the Juvenile & Domestics Relations Court, 27th Judicial district.Gene proudly served his country in World War II in the Army Air Corps as a navigator on a B17. Gene was a valued member of this community in so many ways. He was active in bringing the NAACP to the town; he served on the board of the American Red Cross; he served on the town council for a number of years; and he and Ruth were instrumental in starting the Fine Arts Center of the New River Valley.He was a past member of the Pulaski Jaycees and a past member of the Fraternal Order of the Elks. He was an avid weekend golfer in his younger days. He and his wife, Ruth were huge supporters of the Pulaski Daily Bread program and he spent many hours working and helping at the Daily Bread.He was very active in his church, the First Presbyterian Church, having been a Sunday school teacher, an elder, and was one of the founders of the Westminster Chapel, a branch of the First Presbyterian Church. In 2012, he made a donation of hand bells to the First Presbyterian Church in memory of his loving wife, Ruth. They both loved music and hand bells bring such joy. His love for this community and his church family was a cornerstone of his life.He saw the good in people that others may have overlooked. He was always willing to help others in need. As one family member said about Gene,"he reminds me of a character in a Norman Rockwell painting, as he was sort of the heart of what make small towns in America great. He was a leader with solid core values and he made important contributions to the lives of people in Pulaski."He and his Ruthie loved to travel and did so for many years. He treasured all of his trips and loved the adventure of meeting new people, going new places and eating dishes in foreign places. They traveled to Northern Africa and to Europe many times. His favorite city was Paris, France. So much so, that he and Ruth spent their 50th wedding anniversary there. Above all, he was a wonderful father, brother, grandfather, husband to his sweet Ruthie and friend to so many, who will be dearly missed. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the charity of one's choice ; to the First Presbyterian Church (for hand bells); to the Pulaski Daily Bread; or the American Red Cross. Visitation will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. on Monday, April 22, 2013, at Stevens Funeral Home. The service will be held at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, April 23, 2013, at the First Presbyterian Church. A reception will follow the graveside service in the church fellowship hall. Arrangements by Stevens Funeral Home in Pulaski, Va., 540-980-2600.

[NI6254] Roanoke Times, The (VA) - June 25, 1998 Deceased Name: NUCKOLS NUCKOLS, Ruth Dickerson, 76, of 304 Northwood Drive, Pulaski, beloved wi fe of Eugene L. Nuckols, passed away Monday night, June 22, 1998, in Pulas ki Community Hospital. She was preceded in death by her parents, Thom as W. and Clara A. Dickerson; one brother, Thomas W. Dickerson II; and h er son, Randolph B. Nuckols. Surviving are her husband, Gene Nuckols, Pula ski; two daughters and sons-in-law, Nance N. and Dr. Carl Thompson of Peek skill, N.Y., Martha N. and Rick Moody, Pulaski; three grandchildren, Chris topher R. Gallimore, U.S. Navy, Bremerton, Wash. and Deborah and Stephen T hompson of New York; sister and brother-in-law, Edith D. and Pokey Rid er of Easton, Pa.; brother and sister-in-law, William J. and Joyce Dickers on of Reading, Pa.; four sisters-in-law, Mary N. Viers, Radford, Dan Nucko ls, Richmond, Ann Nuckols, Portsmouth, and Kay Nuckols, Tazewell; adopt ed son and daughter-in-law, Greg and Fran Rooker, Radford; many nieces a nd nephews. Ruth was a very caring and giving person. She devoted her li fe to community service. She was an active Girl Scout leader for over 20 y ears. She devoted much of her time and energy to the Fine Arts Center, whe re she was recently made an honorary life member of the Board of Director s. She was an active member of the Clean Community Council, where one of h er goals was to make Pulaski a cleaner and prettier town. She was acti ve in the First Presbyterian Church and the Hoe and Hope Garden Club. T he funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. from the First Presbyter ian Church with the Rev. David Coffey officiating. Burial will follow in t he Oakwood Cemetery. Visiting will be held Thursday at Stevens Funeral Hom e, where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. In lieu of flowe rs, the family requests that memorials be made in Ruth's memory to the Pul aski Daily Bread or the Pulaski Fine Arts Center. Arrangements by Steve ns Funeral Home, Inc., Pulaski. Name: Ruth D. Nuckols SSN: 226-14-2846 Last Residence: 24301  Pulaski, Pulaski, Virginia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 1 Nov 1921 Died: 15 Jun 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI6255] Died while in law school

[NI6268] Census Place:German, Bollinger, Missouri 1880 Source:FHL Film 1254674  National Archives Film T9-0674     Page 46 1D Margaret KNUCKLESSelfFWW40KYFa: KYMo: KY Ellen KNUCKLESDauFSW14MOFa: KYMo: KY Martha KNUCKLES DauFSW11KYFa: KYMo: KY Elizabeth KNUCKLES DauF SW9KYFa: KYMo: KY Luvina KNUCKLESDauF SW6MOFa: KYMo: KY Gaine KNUCKLESSonM SW14MOFa: KYMo: KY http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/ENn.2ACEB/73 Message Board Post: Margaret Knuckles, a widow with several children, is in the 1880 Bolling er County census. Two of her daughters, Ellen and Martha, married Furr men in Dunklin County, Missouri. One of these men, Martin Furre, was in Bollinger County in 1900 with his third wife and children on the same census page as Margaret Knuckles. Margaret (Griffith) was apparently the wid ow of Thomas W. Knuckles of Wayne County, Kentucky. A Gaines Knuckles, who is probably her brother-in-law, is also in Bollinger in 1880. Margar et also had a son named Moses, although he is listed as Gains on the 1880 census. I am trying to find any information I can on the Furre family, not the Knuckles, as the Knuckles/Furr marriages produced no children. I would appreciate any information you might have, even if it's a totally uncorroborated family story. Author: Jo-Ellen Sharpe ssharpe@midsouth.rr.com

[DI6268] No death cert located in Missouri archives.

[NI6269] story goes one of the sisters were married to Thomas, and when she beca me ill she asked her sister to raise her children,the sister did so in the process had h er own children with this man She apeears in the 1900 census but the page is too light to read the age a nd other information 1880 Census Place Freeborn, Dunklin, Missouri   Family History Library Fi lm   1254685   NA Film Number   T9-0685   Page Number   587B Margaret HOOKER   Self   W   Female   W   41   TN   Keeps Hou se   TN   TN John HOOKER   Son   S   Male   W   19   KY   Farms   TN   TN Mary J. HOOKER   Dau   S   Female   W   17   IL      TN   TN William A. HOOKER   Son   S   Male   W   13   IL   Works On Fa rm   TN   TN Laura A. HOOKER   Dau   S   Female   W   9   IL      TN   TN Louella HOOKER   Dau   S   Female   W   7   IL      TN   TN

[NI6271] Jonesboro Evening Sun, Jonesboro, AR Sunday, Jan 23, 1977 Mrs Mabel Nuckles, 79  of Monette died early Friday morning  at the Chicka sawba Hospital in Blytheville. A native of Illinois, she lived in the Monn ette area for 45 years. She was  a housewife. Survivors include sons, Ge ne Nuckles of Blytheville, Earl Nuckles of Menette, Elmer Nuckles of Mount ain View, Carl Nuckles of Centerville, ILL, and J R Nuckles of Jonesbor o; two sisters, Mrs Minnie Fain of Cardwell,MO and Mrs Nellie Pike of Lepa nto; three brothers, Elzie Stillwell of Brookland, Eddie Stilwell of Ba ld Knob and Linnie Stilwell of Holland, MI; 17 grch and 13 ggrch. Funer al services will be held this afternoon at 2;30 at the Assembly of God Chu rch in Monette. Rev Rudolph Davis and Rev Oscar Phelps will officiate. Bur ial will be in Monette Cemetery .

[NI6272] Jonesboro Evening Sun, Jonesboro AR Wed, July 26 1978 J R Nuckles, Jr J.R. (George) Nuckles, Jr, 77  of Jonesboro, Rt 4 died Tuesday at St Berna rd's Regeional Medical Center. He had lived in the Jonesboro area 47 year s, formerly of Illinois, and was a retired owner of a septic tank cleani ng service and a member of the Assembly of God Church. Survivors include h is wife, Mrs Esther Nuckles of the home; one daughter, Mrs Roy Harre ll of Jonesboro, one son, Richard Nuckles of Jonesboro; four brothers, Ge ne Nuckles, Elmer Nuckles and Earl Nuckles all of Mountain View and Carl N uckles of Illinois and six grandchildren. Funeral services are set for Thu rsday morning at the First Assembly of God Church with Joe Wilmuth officia ting. Burial will follow in Nettleton Cemetery under the direction of Gre gg Funeral Home of Jonesboro. The body will lie in state at the funeral ho me from 4 this afternoon until the time of services.

[NI6279] On the Kaufman Co., TX, 1920 census, Sup Dist 3, Enum Dist 52, Sheet 12 B, family 129/154 Pullen, John H., 39, born in TN ", Mamie, wife, 35, born in AL ", Louise, daughter, 13, born in California 5 more children born in Texas, Geer, George H., father-in-law, 68, born in Michigan ", Mary, mother-in-law, 68, born in GA

[NI6283] Northern Alabama- Historical and Biographical, Birmingham, Smith & DeLan d, 1888  Part IV, Northern Alabama pg 253 and 254   Complete biography son of James and Elizabeth Jones Kyle, native of County Tyrone Ireland. El izabeth Jones a native of Henry Co, VA. Came to America in 1820. Robert md 1) Mary Thornton, d/o Dozier Thornton of Cherokee County and h ad 2 children. One dead and one Mary A, wife of Marcus L Foster. She di ed in Cherokee Co, AL 1855 and in October 1856 the Colonel was marri ed to Miss Mary Nuckolls, daughter of Nathaniel Nuckolls, of Columbus, G A. 12 children, six dead. 1880Census Place:Gadsden, Etowah, Alabama Source:FHL Film 1254013  National Archives Film T9-0013     Page 39 4D Robert B. KYLESelfMMW54GAOcc:MerchantFa: SCMo: GA Mary V. KYLEWifeFMW45GAFa: VAMo: GA Stonewall KYLESonMSW14ALFa: VAMo: GA Joseph KYLESonMSW12ALFa: VAMo: GA Bessie KYLEDauFSW9ALFa: VAMo: GA Edith KYLEDauFSW7ALFa: VAMo: GA Robbie KYLEDauFSW4ALFa: VAMo: GA Florrie KYLEDauFSW2ALFa: VAMo: GA Lucy SLADEOtherFSW23ALOcc:HousekeeperFa: GAMo: AL Polly GRIFFINOtherFSB50VAOcc:CookFa: VAMo: VA Days Of My Youth, In The Title: A booklet, titled In The Days Of My Youth about the KYLE and THORT ON and Allied families of Columbus, Muscogee, GA and Gadsden, Etowah, AL. Author: Robbie Kyle Smith (003-71800N-I79151) Publication: Privately Published about January 1952.

[NI6284] 1888 Sec & Tres of Kyle Lumber Co

[NI6288] Family researcher Jane Riggs j.riggs@cox-internet.com

[NI6292] 6.    That at the death of Mrs. Letia Harper, she left as her sole hei rs at law Mrs. Shirley Stephens, Miss Ermine Harper, S.B. Harper, A.G. Har per, Terry N. Harper and Harry E. Harper.

[NI6294] Went to School in Pennsylvania to become a Doctor Petition of heirs 1936 2.    That by a previous marriage the said George Bias Nuckolls had a son whose name was Robert Nuckolls, and who was born prior to the year 1836, and who hasn't been heard from since about the year 1865. George wrote a letter in Oct. 1860 to a man asking him to become his overseer.   In this letter he explains that his health is good but that last Spring, he fell and he has pain in his left side which has left him almost an invalid.   Even though the 1860 Census lists Robert Nuckolls as an overseer, he was a Dr. and probably had moved on to ply his trade if his father was seeking help. Letter in 1935 from Elizabeth Ann Terry Nuckolls says he moved to Texas at a young age. Was never located in any census

[HI6294] (Research):Middle name from 1935 letter written by Elizabeth Ann Terry Nuckolls

[NI6295] 5.    That at the death of Mrs. Virginia Wasson, she left as her sole heirs at law Mrs. Gussie Dawson and Mrs. Emily Davis, now deceased. 5-A.  That at the death of Mrs. Emily Davis, she left as her sole heirs at law Mrs. Norma D. Day, Jim Davis, Charles Davis, Fort Davis and Mr s. Nell D. Spinks.

[NI6297] 7.    That at the death of Mr. Willaim Nuckolls, he left as his sole he ir at law Mr. Douglas Nuckolls, Gladden Nuckolls, now deceased, and Mrs. M ary W. Leggett.

[DI6302] Name: «tab»Lee Nuckols Putnam Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»20 Jun 1943 Death Place: «tab»Fayette, Fayette, Alabama Gender: «tab»Female Race (Original): «tab» Race (Standardized): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»74y Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1869 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab»W. D. Putnam Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Melvin Nuckols Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Lizzie Ann Hubbard Mother's Titles & Terms (Original):

[NI6305] James Walters and Walter Belle Nuckols are the grandparents of Billie Walt ers Etling, active member of the Nuckolls Society. Billie lives in Birming ham, Alabama

[BI6308] Name: «tab»Annie Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»14 Nov 1908 Birthplace: «tab» Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»C.P. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Alice B. Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01050-3 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2033532 Reference Number: «tab»cn 2377 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X566-XL3 : accessed 6 April 2012), Annie Nuckols (1908).

[HI6311] (Research): Bill Pouncey of Monroe GA wrote in 1990 a couple of pages on "the origination in Virginia." He mentions records of John Pounsey (Pouncey) as early as 1651, acquiring land in an area commonly called Hoggpen Neck on the Yorke River. He acquired more land in that area in 1654 and in 1658 sold 1,000 acres of land called Lewis Island, in New Kent County, bounced on the south by Pouncies Creek. After that, Bill found no other references to the Pouncey name until 173 4, when the name of Anthony Pouncey first appeared in Virginia. He found 4 references to Anthony Pouncey in land records in 1734 and '35. He assumed that Anthony was a man of some wealth and stature and served either as a bondsman or placed his wealth behind bonds given by others. By the 1790 census, no Pounceys remained in the state of Virginia, he wrote. Only in South Carolina did the Pouncey name appear, with a single listing of Anthony Pouncey, undoubtedly a descendent of the original Anthony. That is the extent of Viriginia mentions in his Pouncey history. Temple Pouncey, Plano, Texas tcpouncey@hotmail.com

[NI6315] New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 Name: Marshall Nuckols Arrival Date: 16 Oct 1946 Estimated birth year: 1911 Age: 34 Gender: Male Port of Departure: Toronto, Ontario Port of Arrival: Laguardia Airport, New York, New York Nativity: Kentucky Line: 3 Microfilm Serial: T715 Microfilm Roll: T715_7201 Birth Location: Kentucky Birth Location Other: Louisville New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 Name: Marshall Nuckols Arrival Date: 26 Sep 1948 Estimated birth year: abt 1912 Age: 36  Gender: Male Port of Departure: Kindley Field, Hamilton, Bermuda Place of Origin: Kentucky Port of Arrival: Laguardia Airport, New York, New York Line: 17  Microfilm Serial: T715 Microfilm Roll: T715_7658 Page Number: 182 New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 Name: Edgar M Nuckols Arrival Date: 11 Oct 1953 Port of Departure: Gander,Can Ethnicity/Race-/Nationality: American Port of Arrival: New York, New York Line: 2  Microfilm Serial: T715 Microfilm Roll: T715_8376 Page Number: 210

[DI6315] Philadelphia Inquirer, The (PA) - March 12, 1994 Deceased Name: E. MARSHALL NUCKOLS E. MARSHALL NUCKOLS, 83, a former senior vice president of Campbell Soup C o., died Thursday at his home in Weston, Vt. Mr. Nuckols was born in Louis ville, Ky., and attended Washington and Lee University, where he earned bo th a bachelor's degree and a law degree. From 1935 until 1942, when he joined Campbell Soup, he was an assocate with the Washington law firm of Covington & Buling. At Campbell Soup, he rose from secretary to general couns l, vice president and, finally, to senior vice president for administrative services. He joined the board of trustees of Washington and Lee in 1969, and served as chairman from 1974 until 1981. He was president of the National Canners Association in 1968 and president of the United Fund of Camden County in 1963 and 1964. A former resident of Newtown, Bucks County, he served for a time as chairman of the Upper Makefield Township Board of Supervisors. He moved to Vermont in 1977. Survivors: his wife, Patricia Kenworthy Nuckols; sons, Robert, William and Geoffrey; a sister, and seven grandchildren. Services: none.

[NI6316] Edgar was an agent for the Northwestern Mutual Insurance Company in Louisville, Kentucky for sixty years.

[XI6316] NUCKOLS, EDGAR MARSHALL Important Dates Birth «tab»Death «tab»Service / / «tab»/ / «tab»4/22/1974 Cemetery Information SECTION 30, Lot 80, Part , Range , Grave *1-A" "NUCKOLS, FRANKLYN W.

[DI6317] Name:  «tab»Linda Smith Nuckols [Linda Smith Smith] Death Date: «tab»22 Apr 1926 Death Location: «tab»Jefferson Residence Location: «tab»Jefferson Age: «tab»42 Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»12 Feb 1884 Birth Location: «tab»Mayfield, Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Wm M Smith Father's Birth Location: «tab»Mayfield Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Dillah Sherrill Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Christian, Kentucky

[XI6317] NUCKOLS, LINDA SMITH Important Dates Birth «tab»Death «tab»Service / / «tab»/ / «tab»2/18/1952 Cemetery Information SECTION 30, Lot 80, Part , Range , Grave *4-A" "NUCKOLS, SARA HANAH MRS

[XI6320] NUCKOLS, VIRGINIA BOW MRS. Important Dates Birth «tab»Death «tab»Service / / «tab»/ / «tab»3/24/1984 Cemetery Information SECTION 30, Lot 80, Part , Range , Grave *2-A" "NUCKOLS, WILLOUGHBY VILEY

[MI6321] (Medical):while attending college his junior year, contacted a streptococcal throat infection which progressed to nephritis and caused his death

[DI6321] Name:  «tab»Howard Gaines Nuckols Death Date: «tab»23 Dec 1951 Death Location: «tab»Jefferson Residence Location: «tab»Jefferson Age: «tab»20 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»30 Jul 1931 Birth Location: «tab»Louisville, Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»E M Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»Virginia Bow

[NI6322] Joseph Nuckols appears in First Virginia Nuckolls & Kindred Book II on pa ge 88 # 269. This family documented thru the DAR by relatives of Dene se A Nuckols.  Since the publication, Josephs twin brother Benjamin was found to have died in the Civil war in 1864 Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Jefferson, Andrew, Missouri; Ro ll: M653_605; Page: 0; Image: 391. HH263 Joseph Nuckels 32  VA Ruth Nuckels 29  KY Virginia Nuckels 4  MO William Nuckels 3  MO Lewis Nuckels 1  MO Joseph Nuckols' will, written April 17, 1869 and honored Nov 3, 1877

[NI6323] Name: Benjamin W Nuckols , Enlistment Date: 05 July 1861 Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE Side Served: Confederacy State Served: Virginia Unit Numbers: 806 806 Service Record: Enlisted as a Corporal on 05 July 1861 at the age of 37 Enlisted in Company H, 46th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 05 July 1861. Absent, without leave on 15 October 1862 On rolls on 15 February 1863 Killed Company H, 46th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 18 September 18 64 in Petersburg, VA

[NI6324] No further record beyond marriage

[DI6325] Richmond Tmes dispatch 11/24/1904 Mrs Susan E Spiller, widow of the Rev B C Spiller of the Virginia Methodist Conference died Tuesday night in the home of her daughter, Mrs L E Leake No 216 S 3rd St. Heart disease was the cause of her death. Mrs Spiller was one of the best beloved ladies in Richmond and ws called "grandma" by bot only her grandchildren, but by a host of other young people who regarded her with great affection. She was born in Goochland county and her maiden name was nuckols. She was in her sevety second year. She was a devoted member of Centenary Methodist Espiscopal Church and her funeral services will be held there at 11 o'clock this morning conducted by Rev W J young. She is survived by her daughter Mrs Leake. The pall bearers will be W Gary Wattson, George R wilson, Charles R gray, H L king, F V Gunn, D G Whitehead, Clyde W Saunders and Bernard Lewis.

[BI6326] Name: «tab»John W. Nuckles Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»26 Feb 1880 Birthplace: «tab»Campbell, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Chas. Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Ida Nuckles Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00619-4 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046923 Reference Number: «tab»p 250 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5KJ-B99 : accessed 6 April 2012), John W. Nuckles (1880).

[NI6327] Family legend says he was the bearer for Jeb Stuart of the Confederate States of America during the Civil War. The CSA Paid him $1,000 for the value of his horse which was shot from under him during the Battle of Yell ow Tavern, VA on May 11, 1864, the day Jeb Stuart was killed. He was twice taken prisoner and exchanged during the war. He was a farmer. He settled in Kansas with wife  Nannie Rebecca Justice. His first six children were born near Richmond, Virginia. He then moved his family to farms first in Gracey, then to Bell Station (now part of Fort Campbell), both in Christian County, Kentucky where the last two children were born. He died May 23, 1910.

[DI6327] Hopinsville Kentuckian 5/24/1910 Confederate Veteran And Much Esteemed Citizin Gone to Great Beyond Mr Jacob A Nuckols, a prominent farmer and much esteemed citizen of South Christian, died yesterday at his home near Bell. He has been in failing health for about two years and has been critically ill for two months. Mr Nuckols was 71 years old and a native of Virginia. He served in the Confederate Army throughout the Civil War and shortly after its close, moved to Kentucky, locating near Belleview. Some years ago he moved to South Christian, where he resided up to his death. The deceased was a most excellent gentleman, and a Christian, who had a host of friends. He is survived by his wife and four children, two sons and two daughters. One of his sons is a traveling salesman for a Louisville house and the other, T H Nuckols is a farmer living near Howell. Funeral arrangements had not been completed when we went to press, but it is probable that the interment will take place in Riverside Cemetery today Hopinsville Kentuckian 5/26/1910 Remains Interred Here The remains of the late Jacob A Nuckols who died near Bell Monday were interred in Riverside Cemetery Tuesday morning. Rev E J Weller held a short service at the grave Hopinsville Kentuckian Tues 6/7/1910 Two Wills Probated in County Court Saturday The will of the late Jacob A Nuckols was probated Saturday. To his wife nannie R Nuckols, he left all of his property, to have and to hold during her life. Mrs Nuckols was named an executrix without bond. The instrument was dated Jan 19, 1910

[NI6329] At death of his first wife, he took to his bed and was unable to plant h is crops, but within six months was married again.  He had a $5 Gold Pie ce he carried sewn to his uniform all through the war. He gave this to Em ma Mills. She bought a gold pin, now in possession of Ada Clarke Nuckol s, to be passed on to Martha Northcott Davis

[HI6334] (Research):Name:  «tab»Annie W Dabney Gender: «tab»Female Single Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»70 Birth Date: «tab»abt 1859 Birth Place: «tab»Virginia, United States Death Date: «tab»11 Oct 1929 Death Location: «tab»Clinton, Sampson Spouse's Name: «tab»Single Father's Name: «tab»Fred P Dabney b VA Mother's Name: «tab»Martha Knuckle b VA Informant Mrs Corbitt, Clinton, NC

[DI6335] Richmond Times Dispatch 11/8/1926 Died Sunday Nov 7 8:35 pm at res 3216 fendall Ave. Newton edwin dabney in sixty-seventh year. Wife Emma Mills dabney, 2 dau Mrs Forest C Nuckols and Mrs William A Keeton; three sons, B M, MM, H E Dabney; one sister Miss Wilmonia; five brothers L J, SW, WC, WO and WW.

[DI6343] Name:  «tab»Mrs Nannie Justis Nuckols [Mrs Nannie Justis Justis] Death Date: «tab»29 Nov 1911 Death Location: «tab»Christian Residence Location: «tab»Christian Age: «tab»54 Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»14 Feb 1857 Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Father's Name: «tab»Wm Justis Father's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Mother's Name: «tab»Katie Justis Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Death cert gives DOB 1857, but we know that cannot be correct

[DI6345] Richmond Times Dispatch 7/21/1924 Funeral services for Mrs mattie c nuckols, wife of A C Nuckols, who died in Goochland County uesterday morning will be conducted this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the hoem. Besides her husband, she leaves the follwoing children: Mrs Oscar Nuckols of Henrico, Buford D Nuckols and Stuart M Nuckols of Goochland, Mason C, Laughton W and H M nuckols, also a brother J J English, all of Richmond

[DI6346] Richmond Times Dispatch Mar 18 1903 Prominent Man Two Decades Ago Mr J J English, Once One of Richmond's Leading Merchants, Passes Away Mr Joseph Jackson English, who a generation ago was one of the best known men of Richmond, died at Locust Dale, Goochland county, early yesterday morning, in the seventy-seventh year of his age. Mr English was the father of Mr Joseph J English of the Bell Book and Stationery Company, and Mrs Mattie C Nuckols, also of this city. Mr English was before the war the Junior member of the book bindery arm of Randolph and English. After the war the firm became booksellers under the firm name of J W Randolph & Company. This Mr Randolph was the father of Major N V Randolph, who died on Friday night. Mr English retired from active business about ten years ago. He led an active life as long as his strength lasted. He was a member of the State Legislature and a member of the City Council, the latter for many years. He was a prominent Mason also. He was past member of Lodge No 120 A.F and A.M. Lately he was a member of Lodge No 30 of this city. The funeral will take place from the Masonic Temple, this city, this morning at 11 o'clock and the interment will be made in Shockoe

[BI6348] Name: «tab»Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»09 Oct 1873 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Abner Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Matty 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 112 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5V8-Y68 : accessed 6 April 2012), Nuckols (1873).

[BI6349] Name: «tab»Mabel Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»24 Jan 1877 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»A. C. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Mattie E. 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 139 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5VD-SHW : accessed 6 April 2012), Mabel Nuckols (1877).

[NI6350] Name:    Buford Davis Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Goochland  S tate:    Virginia Birth Date:    31 Mar 1883  Race:    White  Roll:    1984716 Sept 12 1918 Buford Davis Nuckols - res Goochland Co, Manakin, VA Age 35 born Mar 31 1883 Self empl farmer Kin- Stella Nuckols Med height, med build, brn eyes, dark hair Buford must have been working for the draft board, becasue his signatu re as agent is on all of the reg apps in Goochland County U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Buford Davis Nuckols Birth Date: 31 Mar 1883 age 59 Residence: Goochland, Virginia, Sabot twp Birth: Goochland, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mrs B D Nuckols, Sabot Employed-Self, signed Buford Davis Nuckols

[BI6350] Name: «tab»Buford D. Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»03 May 1885 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Abner C. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Mattie C. Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00211-6 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046932 Reference Number: «tab»p 189 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5VX-WVF : accessed 6 April 2012), Buford D. Nuckolls (1885).

[NI6351] Hartwell M Muckols   Age: 41 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0078   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0045   County:  Richmond City, Richmond   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Wife Bera V 35 Virginia Brother-in-law Mason S 28 Virginia Brother-in-law Norton W 25 Virginia World War I Draft Registration Cards,Sept 8 1918 Virginia: Richmond City Laughton Watkins Nuckols 2600 Hanover, Richmond, VA Age 33 born May 20, 1885 Merchant- Flo Dabney Inc Next of Kin: Wife, Louise Ward Nuckols, same address Short, stout, brn eyes, blk hair Signed Laughton Watkins Nuckols 1920 Henrico Co, Richmond, VA (Indexed as Nichols Laughton W Nuchols, head, 34, shoe sales VA VA VA widower own home Laughton Jr, son, 5 VA Hartwell M, bro in law, 54 Md, Machinery Merchant, VA VA VA Mabel L, sister, 42, Md Guelda, niece, 32 SMary Payne, Servant, 20, S 1930 Richmond, VA Laughton W Nuckols, head, 44, md27, VA VA VA own home 10,500 Shoe Sales Mary W, wife, 37 md 31 WV VA SC Laughton W, Jr, son, 15 VA U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Laughton Watkins Nuckols Birth Date: 20 May 1885 age 56 Residence: Richmond, Virginia 3209 Kinsington Birth: Goochland, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mary W Nuckols, same add Emp-Dabney & Bugg, 10 E Broad

[BI6351] Name: «tab»Lawton W. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»05 Oct 1888  ??? Birthplace: «tab»Goochland, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»A. C. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Mattie 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 204 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5VX-ZH3 : accessed 6 April 2012), Lawton W. Nuckols (1888).

[XI6351] Name: Laughton W Nuckols, Sr Age: 58 Section/Lot: 12-14 DOI: Oct 1, 1943 Last Residence: City

[NI6352] Name:    Stuart M Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Goochland  Stat e:    Virginia Birthplace:    Virginia;United States of America  Birth Date:    14 Oct 18 88 Race:    Caucasian  Roll:    1984716 June 5 1917Stuart M Nuckols res Manakin, Goochland Co, VA Age 28 born Oct 14 1888 Goochland Co, VA Self emp farmer, married with wife Med height, med build, brn eyes, brn hair U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Stuart Mayes Nuckols Birth Date: 14 Oct 1888 Residence: Goochland, Virginia, Sabat Birth: Goochland, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify Mrs Diana Nuckols Emp-self-farming

[NI6353] Name:    Archer Linwood Nuckols City:    Not Stated County:    Goochland  State:    Virginia  Birth Date:    18 Aug 1880  Rac e:    White  Roll:    1984716 Sep 12 1918       Archer Linwood Nuckols res Goochland Co, Johnson Spring s, VA Age 38 born Aug 18, 1880 in VA Self emp farmer ;Kin-father A B Nuckols Med height, med build, blue eyes, light hair U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Archer Linwood Nuckols Birth Date: 18 Aug 1880 age 61 Residence: Goochland, Virginia, Sabat Birth: Goochland, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mr L S Nuckols Emp-Self-farming

[BI6353] Name: «tab»Archer B. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»06 Aug 1880 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Archer B. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Phoebe J. 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 152 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5VX-3F8 : accessed 6 April 2012), Archer B. Nuckols (1880).

[NI6354] Hartwell M Muckols   Age: 41 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0078   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0045   County:  Richmond City, Richmond   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Wife Bera V 35 Virginia Brother-in-law Mason S 28 Virginia Brother-in-law Norton W 25 Virginia Could not find in 1920 Census, this may be him and being in a boarding hou se, they may not have known he was from Virginia 1920 Perry Co, Hazard City, KY ED 100 pg39 Mason Knuckles, 41, KY KY KY, Coal Miner, living in boarding house Name:    Mason Clarke Nuckols City:    Richmond  County:    Richmond  Stat e:    Virginia Birth Date:    17 Aug 1880  Race:    White  Roll:    1985112  DraftBoar d:    3 Sept 12 1918 Mason Clarke Nuckols, res: 813 E Grace St, Richmond VA Age 38 born Aug 17 1880 Occ Mill Supplies J L Lindsey Ins Kin Abner C Nuckols Med heigth, slender, brn eyes, dark hair Signed Mason Clarke Nuckols U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Mason Clarke Nuckols Birth Date: 17 Aug 1880 Residence: Richmond, Virginia 3800 Monument Ave Apt 4 Birth: Richmond, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 notify-Mrs Mildred G Nuckols Emp-Retired NUCKOLS- Died at a local hospital Monday, Sept 24, 1956, Mason C Nuckol s, aged 76 yearsof 3800 Monument Ave. He is survived by his wife, Mrs Mild red Gibson Nuckols; two sisters, Mrs Oscar Nuckols, and Mrs W I Hockett, a nd several nieces  and nephews. The remians rest at the Joseph W Bliley Fu neral Home where the funeral will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. Interme nt in Hollywood

[BI6354] Name: «tab»Mason C. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»19 Aug 1880 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Abner C. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Mattie E. 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 152 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5VX-3XP : accessed 6 April 2012), Mason C. Nuckols (1880).

[XI6354] Name: Mason C. Nuckols Age: 76 Section/Lot: 25-65 DOI: Sept 26, 1956

[DI6355] Crusader, Sat Feb 4, 1978 Mrs Dabney, Ex-Principal Dies at 80 Mrs Guelda Nuckols Dabney, a retired school teacher and principal, died yesterday of an apparent heart attack at her home, Box 76B, Gayton Rd, Henrico County. She was 80. Before her retirement in 1957, Mrs Dabney was a fifth-grade teacher at Richmond's Summer Hill Elementary School. Mrs Dabney was born in Henrico County where she attended public schools. She obtained a certificate from  Farmville State Teachers College in 1918 and a bachelor's Degree in 1943 after the college became Longwood College. After obtaining her certificate, Mrs Dabney taught at Short Pump Elementary School, where she became principal. She stopped teaching when she married Maury Mills Dabney, an insurance agent. When he died in 1936, she resumed teaching. She taught in New Kent County before joining the Richmond public school system. Mrs Dabney was a member of the Sunset Hills Baptist Church. Survivors include a son, Carlysle E Dabney; two brothers, Carlyle O and Graham E Nuckols, all of Henrico County, and three grandsons. A graveside service will be held Monday at 11 a.m. in Riverview Cemetery

[NI6357] RETIRED FARMER G.E. NUCKOLS  DIES AT 88 Publication: Richmond Times-Dispatch Date: 02-16-1991 Graham English  Nuckols , a retired dairy farmer and lumberman, died Thurs day. He was 88. Mr.  Nuckols , the son of longtime Henrico County Supervis or Oscar N.  Nuckols  and Irene C.  Nuckols , was born Jan. 3, 1903, at Lo cust Grove Farm in western Henrico County. He was a life member and trust ee of Shady Grove United Methodist Church in Short Pump. Survivors inclu de his wife, Mary A.  Nuckols ; a son, Oscar N.  Nuckols ; and a daughte r, Nancy N. Rhodes. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Nannie Rac hel Bowman  Nuckols .  A funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturd ay at Westhampton Memorial Park. 1930 Census shows no children married less than one year

[NI6362] 1 P'POOLE, Logustin G. Poole or Born: February 26, 1835 in Breckenrid ge or DaviessCo. Ky. Died: November 7, 1905 . +FRANK, Catherine Born: Abt. 1834 Married: May 10, 1854 Death certificate indexed in Kentucky as Fannie E Yuckok

[DI6362] Name:  «tab»Mrs Fannie E Nuckols [Mrs Fannie E Poole] Death Date: «tab»25 May 1926 Death Location: «tab»Daviess Residence Location: «tab»Daviess Age: «tab»70 Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»3 May 1856 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Augusta Poole Father's Birth Location: «tab»Tennessee Mother's Name: «tab»Cathorine Poole Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Informant Minnie Lyons COD- Fractured right hip because excited and fell from chair

[DI6364] Name:  «tab»Mary Alma Nuckols [Mary Alma Miller] Death Date: «tab»22 Sep 1913 Death Location: «tab»Daviess Residence Location: «tab»Daviess Age: «tab»35y 16d Gender: «tab»Female; Married; Housewife Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»6 Sep 1878 Birth Location: «tab»Daviess, Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»David A Miller Father's Birth Location: «tab»Ohio, Kentucky Inf- W N Bartlett

[NI6365] Minnie Lyons was informant on mothers death cert LYONS  MINNIE  C  093  DAVIESS  DAVIESS  01-29-1972  006  02787  1972

[NI6366] LYONS  THOMAS  G  072  DAVIESS    05-29-1936  027  13028  1936

[NI6369] Birth record of dau Goldie names mother as Debra Horn NICKOLS  ABRA  H  069  DAVIESS  DAVIESS  06-06-1955  023  11179  1955  ( KY DEATH INDEX)

[DI6372] Mrs Anne Eliabeth (Bessie ) nuckols, wife of Andy Nuckols, Sr, died at her hom at Rockville on Thursday Oct 6, 1949 after a long illness. Funeral services were held at Springfield Christian Church on Saturday afternoon, with burial in the church cemetery. The funeral services were conducted by the former pastor, Rev Charles A Morgan, assisted by J D Farris and Rev J H Knibb. She was a member of the Berea Baptist Church. The active pallbearers were her nephews, Burnette Duke, Andrew Duke, Billy Duke, Henry Shelton, Lunsford Moody, Maurice Moody, and Russell Nuckols and Abbit Bourne. She was born at "Dukeland" Lousia County April 30, 1880 was married on May 17 1905. She then moved to Riverside where she resided until her death. She was the daughter of the late John A Duke and Rosa Swift Duke. She was educated in public schools and the University of Virginia and taught school for many years before her marriage. She is survived by her husband, J Andy Nuckols; two daughters, Mrs E W Kelly and Mrs L G Perks; two sons, Wise D Nuckols and J Andy Nuckols, Jr; five grandchildren; two sisters and one brother.

[NI6373] Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - June 4, 1998Kelley, Ms. Rosa Nuckols, 9 1, of Ashland, formerly of Rockville, a retired teacher. Name: Rosa N. Kelley SSN: 223-14-5193 Last Residence: 23146  Rockville, Hanover, Virginia, United States of Amer ica Born: 29 Apr 1907 Died: 2 Jun 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI6374] Name: Elwood Kelley SSN: 223-07-7240 Born: 3 Aug 1902 Died: Mar 1956 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI6378] Ruby C MILLICAN was born 24 MAY 1906, and died 4 OCT 1985 in Whitfield Cou nty, Georgia. She was buried OCT 1985 in Mill Creek Cemetery, Whitfield Co unty, Georgia. She was the daughter of Harrison G MILLICAN and Mattie Luci lle LANDRESS. She married William Truman NUCKOLLS 23 JUL 1919, son of Jam es Alexander NUCKOLLS and Margaret Rowena BABB. He was born 20 JUL 19 06 in Whitfield County, Georgia, and died 1 NOV 1983 in Whitfield Count y, Georgia. He was buried 3 NOV 1983 in Mill Creek Cemetery, Whitfield Cou nty, Georgia Name: Ruby Nuckolls SSN: 256-18-7572 Last Residence: 30263  Newnan, Coweta, Georgia, United States of America Born: 24 May 1906 Died: Oct 1985 State (Year) SSN issued: Georgia (Before 1951 )

[DI6387] Name:  «tab»Tyree Justis Nuckols Death Date: «tab»19 Dec 1924 Death Location: «tab»Christian Residence Location: «tab»Christian Age: «tab»58 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»9 Dec 1866 Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Father's Name: «tab»J A Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Mother's Name: «tab»Narsise R Justis Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Death Cert informant Mrs George Stegar

[NI6388] Name:    FLORENCE NUCKOLS Birth Date:    JUL 1868 Race:    W Sex:    F Father:    JACOB Mother:    NANNIE Page:    146

[NI6389] My great grandmother was Ivy Maude Nuckols(1870-1899). She was the daughter of Jacob and Nannie (Justice) Nuckols. She married Napoleon Guy Fumbanks (16 Dec 1891). They had four children, but my Grandmother Vera Mae Fumbanks Lassiter w the only one to marry and have a child. Ivy Maude died when Vera was 6 years old.  I'm rather certain that the  Nu ckols stayed in close contact with Vera as I have memories of her talki ng  of visits to Kentucky and records of many relatives. Would really appreciate any info - especially regarding Nuckols family  ph otos - Possibly a copy of family Bible entries. Grandmother said once th at  Uncle Edgar had  his father's sword. I hope that whoever received i t, also  was the family historian who kept other important bits of fami ly history. Please pass my inquiry along to the proper person, if you have knowled ge of  whom it might be. Thank you, Becky McLaughlin RR1 Box 52 Blanco, TX scotmc@hotmail.com Am excited, as a cousin is due to drop by next week for a couple of da ys if all goes well for her and her husband as they drive from Texas to We st Tenn. then through here and on to Chattanooga.  They are up in years a nd I hope they make it. Her mother was Verna Fumbanks Lassiter who was a d aughter of Ivy Nuckols Fumbanks.  Aunt Ivy died young and left two litt le girls, Verna and Lucille.  My grandmother, Mary took Lucille to raise a nd Verna stayed with her father's family.  Lucille died at age 16 when inf luenza swept the country.  I wear her gold bracelet which still bears h er name inside.  This cousin who is coming is also named Lucille and we ca ll her "Cille".  My mother who is 90 lived with Cille and her parents in M emphis, TN and went to college.  She is a very special cousin and Moth er is always so happy to see her.  Well, enough of that.  Thanks!!!!   San dy Smith threedogwood@charter.net Name:    IRA NUCKOLS Birth Date:    JUL 1870 Race:    W Sex:    F Father:    JACOB Mother:    NANNIE Page:    158

[MI6392] (Medical):Paranoid Condition

[BI6392] Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 Name: «tab»Kate Nucholds Birth Date: «tab»9 Apr 1878 Birth County: «tab»Christian Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Female Father's Name: «tab»J A Nucholds Mother's Name: «tab»Nannie J Justice County of Residence: «tab»Christian

[DI6392] Name:  «tab»Kate Hatcher Nuckols Death Date: «tab»28 Feb 1947 Death Location: «tab»Christian Residence Location: «tab»Christian Age: «tab»68y 10 m 17d Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»11 Apr 1878 Birth Location: «tab»Gracey, Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Jacob A Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia Mother's Name: «tab»Nannie Rebecca Justia Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Virginia

[NI6403] Mr. Jamison took out a grant of 400 acres of land, South of the Green Rive r, on June 4, 1808 in Barren co., KY. Nothing else has been establish ed to determine if he had come to the region prior to this time. The following land deeds were filed in Barren co., KY., and also in the co unty of Marion, Texas as they describe Green B. Jamison's relationsh ip to his parents, William and Jane Jamison and family. "The State of Kentucky County of Barren Personally appeard before me the u ndersigned authority Pouncy Nuckols to me well known to be a sensible pers on, who after being duly sworn according to Law befor us and says th at he knew and was well acquainted with Green B. Jamison and Mary S. Jamis on his sister who married Pouncy Knuckles both the said Mary S. and the sa id Green B. Jamison the children of William and Jane Jamison of Barren cou nty Kentucky that about the year 1828 the said Green B. Jamison emigrat ed to the State of Texas. Pouncy Nuckols. Sworn before the undersigned before me this 4th day of March 1875. J. P. Nuckols, clerk Barren county court." The State of Kentucky County of Barren Personally appeared be fore me t he undersigned authority B. G. Smith to me well known and who is to me we ll known to be a credible person and who after being duly sworn accordi ng to Law before us and says that he knew Green B. Jamison of the Sta te of Kentucky and County of Barren son of William & Jane Jamison, who emi grated from the State of Kentucky to the State of Texas about the year 18 28 He further says that he knows and is well acquainted with Mary S. Nuckl es wife of Pouncy Nuckles dec'd and that she is sister of the said Gre en B. Jamison or daughter of the said William and Jane Jamison afroesai d. B. J. Smith Sworn before the undersigned  before me this 27th day of April  1875. J. P. Nuckols, clerk Barren county court."

[NI6408] This family connection from Andy Hogue andy_hogue@smtpgtwy.berea.edu

[NI6416] Never married and died when her skirt caught fire. Tombstone just says Aunt Fan From Sherri Walker Not been able to find her exact death date.  I heard she died from burns that she got while lighting a fire.  I have been looking for a newspaper clipping on this accident but she died in the mountains away from an area with a newspaper.  I will have to try and see if it is in the Johnson County Graphic in the city items.

[NI6417] Ask for notes in file for Benton-Vaughn History It has not been proven that Dolly Vaughn was ever the wife of John Walt on Nuckolls. However she has documented children by him.  Positive indicat ions are the census records, dates of birth, location of the 2L Nuckol ls in Hardeman Co, TN at the appropriate times. This marriage is also not ed in the Descendant line from Dennis Yancey www.geocities.com/Heartland/A cres/7647/ . 1840 Hardeman County, TN  Roll 522, Bk 1, pg 318a Vaughan, John, head of household  Males:  300120001  Females:  22102011 Males: age 0-5 = 3   (1 probably Thomas b 1842 - age 2) and 2 unknown age 15-20 = 1 unknown age 20-30 = 2  unknown age 60-70 = 1  (John Vaughan b ca 1780 - age 60) Females: age 0-5 = 2   (1 probably Lucretia b 1839 - age 1 and 1 Rutha - newborn) age 5-10 = 2  unknown age 10-15 = 1  unknown age 20-30 = 2    (1 Francis b 1816 - age 24 and 1 Dolly b. 1818 - age 22) age 40-50 = 1   unknown age  50-60 = 1  (Jane b. ca 1784 - age 56) Enumerated on same page as John Nuckolls 1860 McNairy County, TN Hotchy P.O. , District 3, Roll 1262, Bk 1 pg 383b, HH  429-417 Vaughn, John  81  farmer  500-150  NC Francis  43  NC William R.  12  TN Note:  McNairy County borders Hardeman County Descendants of Dolly Vaughn and John Nuckolls were submitted by: Marietta E Lewis Cowen RR2 Box 462 Beggs, OK 74421-9590 918-267-3554 melc2 146@aol.com Dave McKercher DaveMPhx@aol.com Thelma Bowman Woods 403 Beech Grove Drive Forrest City, AR 72335 Shirley Pearce  shirlvp@webtv.net svpearce@earthlink.net Jerry Melvin 718 Nth 20th Van Buren, Arkansas 72956 479-285-5034   jerryst out@juno.com Rhoda M.(Crow) Holt bosslady@arbbs.net Thelma Bowman Woods 103 Beech Grove Dr, Forrest City, AR 72335 (870-633-73 99) Contact: Kathy Irwin Edgington   khen56@hotmail.com: Rob Nuckolls nuckjr@comcast.net]

[NI6419] Robertson Co TN Circuit Court Minutes Book B 1838 - 1842 Legal Writs: Jun 7, 1843 Wednesday pg 463).... and not depart said court without leave first had & obtained t hereof. Ordered by the court that the sheriff be fined five dollars for su ffering disorder in court. This day Holman HAGGARD was sworn and suit to give evidence before the gra nd jury on a bill of indictment against Meredith WILLIAMS & James W. PO PE for an assault & battery & Haywood HERRING to give evidence against Th os J. BENTON for an assault & battery & W.W. PEPPER was also sworn & se nt to give evidence against Franklin WALTON & Alexander WALTON on a bi ll of indictment for an assault & battery. State of Tennessee vs William ROWLAND - Assault & Battery This day came the attorney general in behalf of the state and the defenda nt in proper person who being arraigned & charged upon his arraignment ple ads gently in manner & form as charged in the bill of indictment. It is therefore ordered by the court that the defendant pay the state of T ennessee a fine of twenty five dollars & be in custody of the sheriff ti ll the same be paid, served or be lawfully discharged & thereupon came Tho mas B. MATTHEWS and Henry BARTLETT and acknowledged themselves the defenda nts security for the above fine and costs of this prosecution. It is there fore considered by the court that the state of Tennessee recover of the de fendant Wm ROWLAND & T.B. MATTHEWS and Henry BARTLETT his securitys as afo resaid, the sum of twenty five dollars the fine aforesaid, together with t he costs of this prosecution for which an execution may issue. State of Tennessee vs Nath B. DORRIS - Assault & Battery This day came the attorney general in behalf of the state and the defenda nt in proper person who being arraigned and charged upon his arraignment p leads guilty in manner & form as charged in the bill of indictmen t. It is therefore ordered by the court that the defendant pay the sta te of Tennessee a fine of two dollars & 50/100 and be in custody of the sh eriff till the same be paid, secured or be legally discharged thereupon ca me into open court Harrison R. DORRIS and acknowledged himself, the defend ants security for the above fine & costs. It is therefore considered by t he court that the state of Tennessee recover of the defendant & his securi ty H.R. DORRIS the sum of two dollars and 50/100 the fine aforesaid togeth er with the costs in this behalf expended & that execution issue. State of Tennessee vs Zachariah DURHAM - Misdemeanor This day came the attorney general in behalf of the state of Tennessee a nd says he will no further prosecute his suit against the defendant but en ter a nole __. It is therefore considered by the court that the defenda nt go hence without delay & that the county of Robertson pay the cos ts of this prosecution & that the same be certified to the county court th ereof. This day the grand jury returned into open court in a body with three bil ls of indictment, to wit, one against Thomas J. BENTON for an assault & ba ttery, one against Franklin WALTON & Alexander WALTON for an assault & bat tery & one against Meredith WILLIAMS and James W. POPE also for an assau lt & battery, each bill indorsed thereon a true bill and signed Robert GRE EN(?) foreman of the grand jury who was again directed by the court to ret ire. Notes on parents and siblings of Nathaniwl Dorris: . Nathaniel Barker DORRIS (Isaac DORRIS2, William DORRIS1) was born 5 J AN 1790 in Orange County,NC, and died 15 OCT 1872 in Hardeman County,T N. He was buried in Walnut Grove Baptist Cemetary. He married Elizabeth D AY 1814 in Robertson County,TN. She was born 16 APR 1800 in GA, and di ed 18 JUL 1877 in Hardeman County,TN. She was buried in Walnut Grove Bapti st Cemetary. Children of Nathaniel Barker DORRIS and Elizabeth DAY are:+ 2   i. Eldri ge W. DORRIS was born 26 MAY 1821 in Robertson Co. TN, and died Aft 18 60 in Hardeman County,Tn. Harrison R. DORRIS was born 9 NOV 1819 in Robertson Co. TN, and died 15 J AN 1875 in Hardeman County,Tn. William Franklin DORRIS was born 7 AUG 1825 in Robertson Co. TN, and di ed 13 AUG 1863 in Hardeman County,Tn. Archer S. DORRIS was born Abt 1826 in Robertson Co. TN, and died 11 MAY 18 75 in Hardeman County,Tn. Edmund Henson DORRIS was born 22 DEC 1827 in Robertson County,TN, and di ed 11 AUG 1893 in Hardeman County,TN. Nathaniel R. DORRIS was born Abt 1833 in Robertson Co. TN, and died 14 O CT 1918 in Monticello,Ar.. Milton O. DORRIS was born 10 NOV 1830 in Robertson Co. TN, and died 12 J UN 1854 in Hardeman County,Tn. Isaac Green DORRIS was born 1837 in Robertson Co. TN, and died Abt 18 65 in Hardeman County,Tn.

[NI6423] 1880 Madison County, AR Boston Township pg 503b D. W. BARBER   Self   M W   25    Farmer   TN TN TN    (David) Elisebeth    Wife FW   30    Keeping House   TN TN  TN   (Elizabeth Nucko lls?) J. R.    Son    9   AR TN TN Rhoda A.    Dau    7   AR TN TN W. T.   Son    5   AR TN TN David  Son   5/12 mos   AR TN TN

[NI6424] 1900 Newton County, AR Boston Township Series: T623     Microfilm:  70     Book:  1     Pag e:  81  (Extremely blurry census) Nuckolls, John F   born  Sept 1849  50 TN TN TN Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Record Name: Frank Nuckles Death Day: 10 Death Month: Oct Death Year: 1931 County: Johnson Roll Number: 19241933 Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Record Name: John Fra Knuckles Death Day: 3 Death Month: Oct Death Year: 1930 County: Johnson Roll Number: 19241933 1860 Madison County, AR Mooney Township, Cobbville P.O., Roll 4 5, Bk 1, pg 455, HH 736-736 Knuckols, John  63  farmer  1400-1300  TN Dolly  50   TN Thomas B.  20  TN Elizabeth  17 TN William W.  15  farm labor  TN John F.  8  TN Dolly F  7  TN Note:  On 1850 census Elizabeth and William W. are living with Dolly in h er father, John Vaughan's household.  Thus, it appears Elizabeth and Willi am W. are not the children of John Nuckolls or they could be his illegitim ate.  Do not know about John F. and Dolly F. since they were born betwe en census 1900 Newton County, ARBoston Township Series: T623     Microfil m:  70     Book:  1     Page:  81  (Extremely blurry census) Nuckolls, John F   born  Sept 1849  50 TN TN TN Martha J.   wife  Aug 1853  47  m23y GA GA GA 9 ch 9 living William W  son  Aug 1878  21   AR TN GA Myra/Mary E blank info  AR Julia  dau    Dec 1885  14  AR Edward J  son   Aug 1888, 11 AR Sherman   son  Jun 1891  9  AR Walter   son   Feb 1893   6  AR Howard  son July 1895   4 AR 1910 Franklin County, ARCravens? Twnshp  HH 42-42 Knuckles, John F.   head  58  married 1x  33 years  general farm er  TN TN US Martha   wife  56  married 1x  9 of 9 children living  GA TN GA Thomas  son  26  widow    farm labor  AR TN GA Sherman  son  19  single  farm labor  AR Walter  son  16  farm labor  AR Howard  son  14  farm labor  AR Rosa   granddau  1-5/12   AR AR AR 1920 Johnson County, AR Pittsburg Twnshp  HH114-127 Knuckles, John F  head  69   TN TN TN  farm labor Martha wife  65  GA GA GA Walter  son  26  single  AR   farm labor 1930 Johnson County, ARSherman Township HH 91-93  Apr 1930 Wuckles, Frank  head rents $3. br mo  25  married age 19  AR AR AR  teamst er stave company Louise  wife  21  married age 16  AR AR AR Bertha E.   dau  5  AR Lorene  dau  2  AR

[NI6425] Name: Martha Nuckles Death Day: 3 Death Month: Mar Death Year: 1937 County: Johnson Roll Number: 19341940 Page Number: 2594 Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Record

[NI6426] Originanly thought to be a dau of John Nuckolls and Dolly Vaughn. Since pr oven not to be. So she has been disconnected from the family. Amanda P Nuckolls is not  enumerated on the 1860 Madison Co, AR cens us of John Nuckolls. Amanda P NUCKOLLS is Amanda P. Bulla/Bully and not Amanda P Nuckolls.  T he 1880 census shows a John Nuckolls being  93  (b ca 1787) as Amanda's fa ther. David and Elizabeth Nuckolls Barber living next door to Amanda and A llen Barber, where John Knuckolls enumerated as father-in-law.  I've learn ed that Amanda is indeed a Bulla, not a Nuckolls, so it is likely the cens us taker should have listed John with the David and Elizabeth And, I sti ll have doubts if Elizabeth is John's biological daughter, but definite ly the daughter of Dolly Vaughan. AMANDA P NUCKOLLS IS NOT ON THE 1860 CENSUS AS A DAUGHTER OF JOHN WALT ON & DOLLY VAUGHAN. The 1880 census shows a John Nuckolls bei ng  93  (b ca 1787) as Amanda's father, which does not fit John Walton eit her. 1880 Madison County, AR Boston Township pag 503b Allen BARBER   Self   M   Male   W   33   TN   Farmer   TN   TN Amanda BARBER   Wife   M   Female   W   26   TN   Keeping Hou se   VA   TN S. J. BARBER   Dau   S   Female   W   6   TN      TN   TN Joshua BARBER   Son   S   Male   W   5   AR      TN   TN Lucy Ann BARBER   Dau   S   Female   W   1   AR      TN   TN John KNUCKOLLS   FatherL   W   Male   W   93   NC   Farmer   ---   - --   (this John would've been b ca 1787 b NC) It is possible that Amanda was not a child of John and Dolly. It is possib le she was born with the name of BULLY.  did search further for Bulla/Bul ly censuses and found Amanda with parents James and Jane Bully 1860 Madis on Co, TN, Roll 1263 Bk 1, page 92, found who appear to be her father a nd grandmother Bully 1860 Perry County, TN  Roll 892, Bk 1, pg 189;  Amand a's mother Jane 1870 Perry Co, TN,   Roll 1553, Bk 1, Pg 488 and Amanda a nd Allen with daughter Sarah living with his parents John & Rhoda Barber 1 870 Perry Co, TN Roll 1553, Bk 1, pg 459. I think this is sufficient evidence that Amanda who married Allen Barb er is not Amanda Nuckolls.  My assumption is that since the 1880 census li sts John Nuckolls as father-in-law in the Allen and Amanda Barber househol d, researchers assumed she was a daughter of John, even though she was n ot enumerated in his household on the 1860 census Manda Barber age 70, widowed living in White Oak Township, Franklin Co., A rkansas on the 1920 census.  She did public washing. From Dave McKercher: Name of Amanda Bulla Nuckolls, daughter of John Nuckolls and Dolly Vaughan The following excerpt from a letter by Wilson Barber to Mary Ellen Pearl B arber dated 28 January 1964:  "...Amanda Bulla remarried Perry Davis in 18 97.  Perry Davis died in 1904...". Thelma Woods sent information stating that Amanda was not a Nuckolls.  B ut she was the daughter of James and Jane Bully, this information receiv ed from a descendant in TX. This does not explain the information given on the 1880 census where Jo hn Nuckolls was listed as father-in-law to Allen Barber, husband to Amand a, maybe it was stated that he was the father-in-law of Allen's brother w ho lived next door. LDS site says hers mother was Amelia Stanfield

[NI6429] My grandmother said very little about her heritage only acknowledging s he was of indian blood.  Aunt Estie said they were Cherokee with her grand father being full blooded indian whom would be Thomas Peter Nuckoll s.  We have never been able to verify this family legend.  Yet, all descen dants of William Hiram Nuckolls have been told the same story. I do not ha ve the death date of Martha C. Boen Nuckolls, but her death would have be en in the 1950's.  My uncle took my grandmother to see her mother on her d eathbed in Oklahoma.  At the time, other relatives that  lived in the ar ea were going to the local radio station to hear a tape that G Grandpa Hir am had made with the station called "Coffee Talks" telling of his herita ge and indian heritage.  shirlvp@webtv.net (Shirley) Shirley Pearce svpearce@earthlink.net Monday, Jan 22, 1962 Henryetta Daily Freelance Newspaper Nuckolls Funeral Rites Are Pending William Hiram Nuckolls, 510 East Birch, died in a local hospital Sunday, j anuary 21. Born in Hot Springs, Arkansas, Jan 7, 1868, he died at the a ge of 94. Survivors include his present wife, hattie Brown nuckolls of t he home; three sons, Audie and Arthur of Hann, Oklahoma and Wesley of Schu lter; four daughters, Rosie Smith Checotah, Esther Handley, Henryetta, m ae Bullard, Henryetta and Flossie Vangiler, Sikiston, MO. One brother, J im Nuckolls, Marston, Missouri. He had 32 great grandchildren and 57 gre at grandchildren. William Nuckolls was preceded in death by his wife, Mart ha and one son Olin. He was a retired farmer coming to Oklahoma from Arkan sas in 1923 living in and around Henryetta since that time. Services are p ending. Name:    William Hiram Nuckolls City:    Not Stated  County:    Johnson  S tate:    Arkansas Birth Date:    7 Jan 1874  Race:    White  Roll:    1530468  DraftBoar d:    0 From Shirley Pearce svpearce@earthlink.net 10/1/2005 Great Grandpa Hiram Nuckolls said he was born in Hot Springs, AR and rear ed in Mt. Ida - he was born per marriage records and censuses 1874, per h is tombstone and obituary 1868.    Hot Springs is now Garland County a nd Mt Ida is Montgomery County.  Great Grandpa Hiram came to visit Maw (Fl ossie, his daughter) on the farm about 4 miles northwest of Sikeston or ab out 2 miles south of Crowder, three times that I recall in my life.  The l ast visit before his death in 1962 was 1959-60, when I was 13-14 years ol d.  At the time he said he was 91 (b 1868) and was going to make it to 10 1.  He still loved candy corn and danced jigs for all his great grandchild ren, who excitedly gathered around him.  He had handsome features,  was ta ll, over 6' and straight as an arrow in his stance,  with a big bushy, sa lt & pepper colored moustache and he had extremely large hands.  He lov ed holding our hands, as did we his, and I thought what an amazingly wonde rful,  happy, and kind greatgrandpa.  He had just recently remarried Mr s. Hattie Brown, a woman 15 to 20 years his junior and was quite smitten w ith her, although she did not come to Sikeston with him.  Even if his birt hyear is 1874 (which I truly believe is correct), he would have been 84 ye ars old and still dancing jigs and eating hard candy corn - quite remarkab le in my book.  How I wish I had asked the questions I so long to know. When GGrandma Martha Caroline was dying, my Uncle James took Maw to Oklaho ma to see her before she died in 1954.  That was before interstates a nd a long, tedious drive from Missouri to Oklahoma.  When they arrived, ve ry tired, a group of the family was going to the Henryetta Radio Stati on to listen to a tape Great Grandpa Hiram had made for "Coffee Talks", wh ich was about his life and indian heritage.  Uncle James decided not to g o, a decision he has regretted over and over.  I've tried to find the tap e, without success.  In 1992 on our trip to Oklahoma, we found that the ra dio station had been shut down for several years.  Upon going to the loc al library, they knew of the tapes and had found a few of them, but had n ot transcribed them all and some had been lost and/or destroyed.   Sever al follow-up long distance phone calls to the library yielded no results a nd most were frustrating in they did not seem to know what tapes I was ref erring to which I had been told they possessed on my visit.   Also, a memb er of the family was supposedly given a copy of the tape, but it,  too,  h as not been found.  What a wealth of information if we could locate this t ape.   Who is alive who listened to the tape? Tombstone William Hiram Nuckolls Birth:   Jan. 7, 1868     (birth year should be 1874) Death:   Jan. 21, 1962 Salem Cemetery, Dewar, Okmulgee County, OK   (4-1/2 miles south of Henryet ta) Marriage Record: Knucholls, W. H. Gender:  The gender of W. H. Knucholls is male. Spouse:  Martha Carolina Boen Marriage Date:  Aug 01, 1897 County:  Johnson More About:  This record can be found in the County Court Records, Fi lm # 1027105 - 1027107. 2nd Marriage: Mrs. Hattie Brown - mid to late 1950's in OK. 1900 Newton County, AR Walnut Township HH  155-160  Jun 16 1900 Nucknolls, Hiram  head  Jan 1874  26  married 3 years  AR AR AR farmer ren ts cannot read or write Martha  wife  Nov 1888 21  married 3 year  2 of 2 children livi ng  AR AR AR  can read and write Audey  son  Jun 1898  2  AR Rosie  dau   Mar 1900   3/12   AR 1910 Franklin County, AR Mulberry Township  May 3-4,1910  HH 146-151 Knuckles, Hiram  head  MW  36  married 1x  12 years  AR TN AR  farmer ho me farm rents  can read and write Martha  wife  FW  30   married 1x  12 years  5 of 5 children livi ng  AR AR TN  farm labor home farm  can read and write Claude  son  11   farm labor  AR Rosa  dau  10  AR Esta  dau  8  AR Closy  dau  5  AR  (Flossie) Olen  son   2  AR 1920 Johnson County, AR Prairie Township, Roll 68 Bk 1, Pg 226a   HH 258/260 NOTICE: FOUND ENUMERATED UNDER NAME OF:  "HARM" INSTEAD OF "NUCKOLLS"  (Wi lliam Hiram 'Harm" Nuckolls) Harm,  William H.  MW 46 married  farmer AR AR AR   farmer Martha  41 wife AR TX TN   (TX for birth of father incorrect) Audie O..  son  21 AR AR AR   farmer Ester M. dau 17  AR AR AR Flossie R.  dau 14 AR AR AR  (should be Flossie Serena) Olen T.  son  12  AR AR AR Arthur J.  son  8   AR AR AR Carmie M.  dau  6  AR AR AR  (Carmen) Woisley M.  son 1/12  AR AR AR  (Wesley) (Living next door are the Vangilders -  Flossie Nuckolls  d/o Hiram Nuckol ls married  John James Vangilder and are my grandparents) (from Shirley Pe arce) From Arkansas Genweb Project: "Garland County was formed from Montgomery, Hot Spring and Saline Counti es on April 5, 1873, and named for Augustus H. Garland, Governor of Arkans as, U.S. senator, and Grover Cleveland's attorney general.  Hot Sprin gs is the county seat of Garland County. In 1905 the old Garland County Co urthouse, located downtown, was a victim of a disastrous fire which destro yed more than twenty blocks of the city of Hot Springs, and the present co urthouse was built in 1905. This building was severely damaged by a fi re in 1913. Both its roof and interior were reconstructed after the fire." 1870 map shows Perry is between  Pope and Saline (Southwest of Pope and N orth of Saline) and east of Yell.  Montgomery is west of Perry.  Garland w as developed from Perry and Montgomey per maps between 1870-1880.  This w as all part of the original Cherokee tract. The 1880 map indicates increase in size of some of these counties taking o ver parts of one another. Johnson County, AR:  Date Created: 1833 County Seat: Clarksville   Form ed From: Pope County Newton County, AR:  Date Created: 1842 County Seat: Jasper   Formed Fro m: Carroll County Franklin County, AR:   Date Created: December 1837 County Seat: Ozark  For med From: Crawford County Pope County, AR:  Date Created: 1829 County Seat: Russellville  Formed Fro m: Crawford County Madison County, AR:  Date Created: 1836 County Seat: Huntsville Formed Fro m: Washington and Carroll Counties Saline County, AR:  Date Created: 1835 County Seat: Benton  The salt sprin gs Formed From: Pulaski County Yell County, AR:  Date Created: 1840 County Seat: Danville Formed From:  P ope and Scott Counties Garland County, AR:  Date Created: 1873 County Seat: Hot Springs   Form ed From: Montgomery, Hot Springs & Saline      Counties Perry County, AR:  Date Created: 1840 County Seat: Perryville  Name Origi n:  Oliver Perry Formed From: Conway County

[NI6430] Family line from Linda Elliott Nonnie94@aol.com ShirleyPearce svpearce@earthlink.net

[NI6431] Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Record Name: Mandy Eli Brison Estimated Birth Year: 1863 Age: 82 Death Day: 4 Death Month: Jan Death Year: 1945 County: Franklin Volume Number: 35 Roll Number: 1945 Certificate Number: 372 1930 United States Federal Census > Arkansas > Franklin > Walker > Distri ct 27 HH33 (next to Phillip Alexander Cowan on one side and George W Cowan on ot her) Clemmie Tillery, head, 21, md 18 Minnie, wife, 25, md 22 Kathleen, dau, 1y7m Mandy Brison, mother in law 67, widow, TN TN TN Eli Brison, brother in law, 31, single

[NI6432] Fa-Eli Brison b c1827 TN Mo- Anna b 5/1835 TN

[NI6434] Informant on mothers death Certificate 1/4/1945

[NI6441] Never married James L Knuckles 46 1883 Arkansas  Head  White  Prairie, Yell, AR   1930 Alice Knuckles 42 1887    Wife     Prairie, Yell, AR Virgie E Knuckles 22 1907    Son     Prairie, Yell, AR Lillie O Knuckles 21 1908    Daughter     Prairie, Yell, AR Lizzie C Knuckles 17 1912    Daughter     Prairie, Yell, AR Margie B Knuckles 15 1914    Daughter     Prairie, Yell, AR Willie G Knuckles 11 1918    Son     Prairie, Yell, AR Walsie J Knuckles 5 1924    Daughter     Prairie, Yell, AR Thomas O Knuckles 56 1873    Brother     Prairie, Yell, AR single Name:    George Thomas Nuckolls City:    Not Stated  County:    Johnson  S tate:    Arkansas Birth Date:    10 May 1876  Race:    White  Roll:    1530468  DraftBoar d:    0 Sept 12 1918 George Thomas Nuckolls (entered as Thomas Owen Nuckolls) Res Johnson Co, Knoxville, AR RAge 42 born May 10 1876 Self emp farmerNearest relative- Johnson F Nuckolls 5'8" tall, med build, brn eyes, dark hair Signed George Thomas Nuckolls Name: Thomas Owe Nuckolls Estimated Birth Year: 1876 Age: 73 Death Day: 1 Death Month: Jul Death Year: 1949 County: Pope Volume Number: 42 Roll Number: 1949 Certificate Number: 8211

[NI6442] This family spelled their last name "Knuckles" Name still spelled Nuckolls in 1930 1910 Franklin Co, Cravens next to John was William which I thought was h is brother, but the wife and children do not match.

[NI6443] This family spelled their name "Nuckles"

[NI6445] Name:    Willie L Knuckalls City:    Not Stated  County:    Newton  Stat e:    Arkansas Birth Date:    8 Nov 1900  Race:    White  Roll:    1530565 June 5 1917 Willie L Knuckolls, res Newton Co, Rylar AR Age18 born Nov 8 1900 No OccupationNearest kin- John Knuckolls, Newton Co, Rylar, AR Short, stout, blue eyes, brown hair Signed with his mark (x)

[BI6445] Name: «tab»William Lawerence Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Christening Date: «tab» Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»08 Nov 1900 (Appeared in 1900 census) this date in error. Birthplace: «tab»R. R., Fallsville, Newton, Arkansas Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father's Name: «tab»John William Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ark. Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Ida Belle Marshall Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Ark. Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C74400-7 System Origin: «tab»Arkansas-EASy GS Film number: «tab»1027668 Reference ID: «tab»p 346 Sources Citing this Record"Arkansas Births and Christenings, 1802-1976," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FQKP-SY5 : accessed 27 Oct 2013), William Lawerence Nuckolls, 08 Nov 1900.

[NI6446] Not proven to be a dau Martha Padgett Knuckles must have had a child out of wedlock before she ma rried John Franklin Knuckles and Lucinda Catherine is her daughter from h er relatiionship. she was buried in Pleasant Valley Cemetery in San Miguel, CA.  In the pro cess I contacted a cousin who lives in the San Luis Obispo Area close to t his cemetery.  She has a close relation to this family through her brothe rs daughter.  She has that her maiden name was Holt California Death Records: ARBAUGH LUCINDA C Born: 01/27/1872 Mother's Maiden Name: PADGET Sex: F Bir th Place: GEORGIA Death Place: SACRAMENTO Date of Death: 12/16/1966 A ge 94 yrs SSN: 569-78-3848 Services for Ms. Arbaugh were at 2:00PM on Sunday, December 18th, 19 66 at Sunset Lawn Funeral Home, 4701 Marysville Blvd. , Sacramen to , CA .  Ms. Arbaugh’s remains were then transported by and to Pleasa nt Valley Cemetery in San Miguel, CA. and, we believe, interred there on M onday, December 19, 1996. 1910 4/15/1910 Johnson Co, Mulberry, AR HH#1 Marcellus M Arbaugh, 42, AR AR MO Lucinda C, wife, 39, 8/5, GA GA GA Charles, son, 14, AR Arthur, son, 11 AR Zora, dau, 8 AR Florence, dau, 5 AR Washington, son, 1y7m AR HH#2 James E Nuckolls, head, 21, single, AR TN GA HH#3 Lucy Vaught, head, 78, M3x, M20, 7/4, living alone, GA SC SC Lucinda could have been Lucretia Mann's daughter?  Lucy Vaughn in this Cen sus under my great grandpa James is my ggggrandma Luecretia Mann Padgett V aughn. She must be a half sister to John Franklin Knuckles because J. H. K nuckles is also his brother.  Guess it was  just coincidence she she was w ith 2 John's but she must not have married him because I have John and Mar tha's marriage license form 1877 and she was using Padgett. Sherri Walker

[NI6447] 1910 Franklin Co, Cravens, AR -pg 39a 8/12/1910        Bill Knuckles, 31, b AR, M1x, M5y        Sarah, wife, M3x, 8/8        Mary, dau, 4        Minnie, dau, 1y4m        Barbara Davis, stepdau, 18, Div        Elbert Holland, stepson, 7 Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Record Name: William Knuckles Death Day: 4 Death Month: Jan Death Year: 1916 County: Johnson Volume Number: 4 Roll Number: 19141923 Certificate Number: 871

[DI6448] Long obit scanned to Ky Source

[NI6449] 1910 Sequoyah Co, McKey, OK pg 72 Julia Nuckles, 24, AR TN GA, cook Walter Nuckles, 17, hired hand, AR TN GA (both boarding)

[NI6450] Name:    Sherman Knuckles City:    Not Stated  County:    Johnson  Stat e:    Arkansas Birthplace:    Arkansas;United States of America  Birth Date:    1 Jun 18 91  Race:    Caucasian Roll:    1530467 June 5 1917 Sherman Knuckles res Lamar, AR Age 26 born June 1 1891Newton Co, AR Farm laborer for WL & JG Cozart Married with wife and dependant family Tall, slender, grey eyes, lt brn hair 1930 White Co, Howell Ar Census Shunpey Nuckels 38 1891 AR TN GA  Head  White  Howell, Johnson, AR   19 30 md age 25 Phraney Nuckels 34 1895    Wife     Howell, Johnson, AR   md age 21 Bonnie L Nuckels 12 1917    Daughter     Howell, Johnson, AR Walter Nuckels 10 1919    Son     Howell, Johnson, AR Clarence P Nuckels 7 1922    Son     Howell, Johnson, AR Marie Nuckels 5 1924    Daughter     Howell, Johnson, AR Minnie M Nuckels 2 1927    Daughter     Howell, Johnson, AR Phillip Schultz, father in law, 64, Wd md age 25 MO MO AR U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Robert Sherman Knuckles Birth Date: 1 May 1889 age 53 Residence: Johnson, Arkansas , Lamar, AR Birth: Newton, Arkansas Race: White  Roll: WW2_2281635 Notify-Phronie Knuckles Emp- Miles Webb singed his (x) Sherman Knuckles Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Record Name: Robert She Knuckles Estimated Birth Year: 1887 Age: 56 Death Day: 24 Death Month: Nov Death Year: 1943 County: Johnson Volume Number: 68 Roll Number: 1943 Certificate Number: 579 Family members and obit of son Walter names other daughters, Nita Faye, Hilda Mae, Maedean and Mrs Clorine Smtih

[NI6451] Changed the spelling to Knuckles. (However Nuckolls was still used in t he 1930 census) This family line submitted by Sheri Walker slreklaw@pacbel l.net Name:    Edward Knuckalls City:    Not Stated  County:    Johnson  Stat e:    Arkansas Birthplace:    Arkansas;United States of America  Birth Date:    11 Aug 18 88  Race:    Caucasian Roll:    1530467 June 5 1917 Edward Knuckolls, res Catalfia, AR Age 28 born Aug 11 1888 in Fallsville, AR Self emp farmer Claims wife and 2 children Med height, med build, dark blue eyes, blk hair Herald Democrat 11/11/1936 Knuckles Funerla is Held Thursday Afternoon The funeral services were held Thursday afternoon for John (sic) E Knuckle s, 40 years old, of five miles northeast of here, a farmer, who died at h is home Wednesday after a long illness. Service was conducted at the Lam ar Cemetery with Rev Burlia Harris, pastor of the Methodist Church of Lama r, officiating. Burila was made in the Lamar Cemetery, with the Arkansas F uneral Home of this city in charge of arrangements. Mr Knuckles was bo rn in Johnson County, Aug 11, 1890 and had spent all his life in the count y, engaging in farming. He was married to Miss Nora Skaggs Dec 13, 1914. F or many years he was a member of the Methidist Church. Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950 Record Name: James Edw Knuckles Death Day: 25 Death Month: Nov Death Year: 1936 County: Johnson Roll Number: 19341940 Page Number: 2000

[NI6452] Name: «tab»Sid B Warren Event: «tab»Marriage Event Date: «tab»14 Jul 1951 Event Place: «tab», Johnson, Arkansas, United States Age: «tab»59 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1892 Residence: «tab»Salus, Johnson, Arkansas Spouse: «tab»Cora May Knuckles Spouse's Age: «tab»53 Spouse's Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1898 Spouse's Residence: «tab»Lamar, Johnson, Arkansas Marriage License Date: «tab»14 Jul 1951 Page: «tab»241 Film Number: «tab»2132504 Digital Folder Number: «tab»004331577 Image Number: «tab»00617

[DI6452] Johnson COunty Graphic 2/20/1985 Mrs Cora Knuckles Warren, aged 87 of Lamar died Saturday at the Johnson Co unty Regional Hospital. She was the widow of Sid Warren and a member of t he Landmark Missionary Baptist Church. Surviving are three sons, Marv in H Knuckles of Lamar, Bill Knuckles of Roseville, Calif  and Thomas Knuc kles of Little Rick; four daughters, martha Kncukles of Clarksville, Lo is Engeldinger of Milpitas, Calif, Pearl Ross ofPasadena Texas and Judy Ke mp of Little Rock; two brothers, Orville Skaggs of Bald Knob and Arlie Ska ggs of Oark; three sisters, Ollie Reed of Paso Robles, Calif, Fronie Nort on of Lakeside, Calif and Pearl Van Over of Clarksville; 14 grandchildr en and one great grandchild. Funeral serivces were held at 2 pm Mond ay at Hardwicke Funeral Home Chapel with Rev Carol Johns officiating. Buri al was in Lamar Cemetery. Pallbearers were Hal Kemp, Earl Ross Jr, Leroy W hite, Archie Cooper, Vic Daniels and Leon Knuckles.

[NI6454] Johnson County Graphic 3/12/1986 Miss Martha Jane Knuckles aged 65, of Lamar died March 7 at the Johnson Co unty Regional Hospital. She is survived by three brothers, marvin H Knuckl es of Lamar, William Floyd Knuckles of Roseville, Calif and Thomas J Knuck les of Clarksville; and two sisters, Lois Engeldinger of Milpitas, Cal if , Judy Kemp of Little Rock and Pearl Ross of Pasadena, TX Funeral Servi ces were held a 2 p.m. Monday at Hardwicke Funeral Home Chapel with Rev Th omas J Nation officiating. Burial was in Lamar Cemetery. Pallbearers we re Leon Knuckles, Le RoyWhite, Johnny Johnson, Vic Daniles, Dallas Skag gs and Gerry White.

[DI6457] obit from online at Russellville Courier dated June 11, 2008 CLARKSVILLE —  Marvin Henry Knuckles, 91, of Lamar died Monday, June 9, 2008, at Paris Health and Rehab.Born March 1, 1917, at Catalpa, he was the son of the late James Edward and Cora Skaggs Knuckles. He was a retired floor layer and a member of Lamar Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his wife, Goldene Johnson Knuckles; daughter, Mary Knuckles; brothers, Bill, Thomas and Sidney Knuckles; and sisters, Ruby and Martha Knuckles.Survivors include sons, Benny Knuckles of Fairfield, Calif., Marvin Leon Knuckles of Hot Springs and Joe Knuckles of Lamar; a daughter, Velma White of Russellville; sisters, Lois Engeldinger of California, Jewell Kemp of Little Rock and Pearl Adkison of Garrison, Texas; 10 grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Thursday, June 12, 2008, at Hardwicke Funeral Chapel. Burial will be in Lamar Cemetery under the direction of Hardwicke Funeral Home. Visitation will be 6-7:30 tonight. Paid obituary Name:  «tab»Marvin H. Knuckles SSN: «tab»430-22-1077 Last Residence: «tab»72801  Russellville, Pope, Arkansas Born: «tab»1 Mar 1917 Died: «tab»9 Jun 2008 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Arkansas (Before 1951 )

[NI6458] William Floyd Knuckles- Born Jan 19,1919 in Hill, Arkansas. Passed away Au gust 17 1999 in Roseville, California. He was a prominent real estate brok er in Alameda and Contra Costa County and the owner of a mobile home par k. Bill was preceded in death by his wife of 52 years, Dorothy. He is surv ived by his children: Philip Knuckles and wife Elizabeth, and Karen Branso n, grandchildren, mark Branson, Kimberly Huth and Tiffany Massengale, brot hers Henry and Thomas, and sisters Lois Engeldinger, Judy Kemp and Pearl R oss. Friends are invited to visitation Thursday Aug 19, 4-8 p.m. Funeral s ervices will be held Friday Aug 20 12 p.m. in the Church of the Vall ey at the Mount Vernon Mortuary, Fair Oaks, CA Social Security Number: 536-22-8810 First Name: William Middle Name: F Last Name: Knuckles Birthdate: 01/19/1919 Deathdate: 08/17/1999 Verify/Proof: V Last Residence: Granite Bay,CA, 95746 ???? William F Knuckles U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Birth Year: 1920 Race: White, citizen Enlistment Date: 23 Dec 1940 Branch: Infantry Grade: Private Component: National Guard (Officers, Warrant Officers, and Enlisted Men) Source: National Guard Education: 2 years of high school Civil Occupation: Automobile Serviceman Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 69 Weight: 146

[XI6458] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about William Knuckles Name: «tab»William Knuckles Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»19 Jan 1919 Death Date: «tab»17 Aug 1999 SSN: «tab»536228810

[NI6459] Thomas Jefferson Knuckles, 67, of Lamar died Saturday, July 15, 2000, at R ose Care Nursing Home in Little Rock. A native of Lamar, he was a son of t he late James Edward and Cora Skaggs Knuckles, a Baptist, eight-year Ar my Air Force veteran having served in Turkey and Greenland, and a form er U. S. Postal Service employee in Little Rock and Texas. He is surviv ed by three sisters, Jewell Kemp of Little Rock, Pearl Ross of Pasadena, T exas, and Lois Engeldinger of Milipitar, Calif.; one brother, Marvin Hen ry Knuckles of Lamar; and several nieces and nephews. Graveside services a nd burial were at 10 a.m. Monday, July 17, at the Lamar Cemetery with Re v. George Farquhar officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of H ardwicke Funeral Home.

[NI6460] when Uncle Walter went into the service somebody spelled it that way and e veryone changed it to the Knuckles We have been told he died in the Army but later it was found that he di ed in the State Mental hospital from the trauma of the war in Arkansas. Name:    Walter Knuckles City:    Not Stated  County:    Johnson  Stat e:    Arkansas Birthplace:    Arkansas;United States of America  Birth Date:    26 Feb 18 93  Race:    Caucasian Roll:    1530467 June 5 1917 Walter Knuckles res Lamar AR Age 24 born Feb 26 1893 Newton Co, AR Farm laborer for P F Winnington Single with dependant mother and father Claims exemption for dependant relatives Med heigth, slender, black eyes, dk brn hair 1910 Sequoyah Co, McKey, OK pg 72 Julia Nuckles, 24, AR TN GA, cook Walter Nuckles, 17, hired hand, AR TN GA (both boarding) If Walter died in the War, why was he buried in the State Hospital Cemete ry rather than the US National Cemetery?? Arkansas State Hospital Cemetery Range 15W - Township 2S Section 30 Cataloged by:  Mrs. Bernard Barber, completed September 12, 1975

[NI6461] Name:    Howard Knuckles City:    Not Stated  County:    Johnson  Stat e:    Arkansas Birthplace:    Arkansas;United States of America  Birth Date:    22 Jul 18 95  Race:    Caucasian Roll:    1530467 June 5 191 Howard Knuckles, res Lamar AR Age 21 Born July 22 1895 Johnson Co, AR Day Laborer for W H Williams Married with wife and no ch under age 12 Claims exemption for support of wife Tall, med build, grey eyes, lt brn hair 1930 Kpjnson Co, AR Howard Nuckles 33 1896 Arkansas  Head  White  Pittsburg, Johnson, AR   193 0 Bell Nuckles 30 1899    Wife     Pittsburg, Johnson, AR Berthe Nuckles 11 1918    Daughter     Pittsburg, Johnson, AR U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: John Howard Knuckles Birth Date: 22 Jul 1896 age 45 Residence: Johnson, Arkansas , Lamar Birth: Johnson, Arkansas Race: White  Roll: WW2_2281635 Notify Bell Knuckles, Lamar, AR Self emp farmer Signed his (x) mark. Howard Knuckles

[DI6465] Name:  «tab»John P. Walsh SSN: «tab»356-07-3407 Last Residence: «tab»60148  Lombard, Du Page, Illinois, Born: «tab»24 Jan 1918 Died: «tab»12 Nov 2006 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Illinois (Before 1951 )

[DI6500] Name: «tab»Ernest Reason Walters Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»26 Dec 1967 Death Place: «tab»Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa, Alabama Gender: «tab»Male Race (Original): «tab» Race (Standardized): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»70y Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1897 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab»Mamie Walters Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»J. B. Walters Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Bell Nuckols Mother's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Mother's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Tuscaloosa County, Alabama Burial Date: «tab»28 Dec 1967 Funeral Home: «tab» Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»1909109 Reference Number: «tab»30817

[NI6505] (Source "The Nuckolls Family Vol 1 Part 2 of the History of the Bobbitts ", compiled and Published 1973 by Clyde Goddard, Rt 1 New Boston, MO 63557 ) His father Charles married first a Miss Garland and they had one son, Robert Since he was an only son and his father remarried, it suggests the name ch ange, as his father named another child Robert later with 3rd wife, Miss Bobbitt.  His fathers second wife was Mary Black. 1800 NUCKOLS, ROBERT- Grayson Co,  VA Tax List- 1 male over 21, 1 horse, no slaves Parentage not proven, but facts support this connection. 1. 1813 Tax list 2 males in house over 16 (David and Charles) 2. Listed on 1817 tax list Grayson Co, VA 3. Not listed on 1818 tax list, but sons David and Charles marry in 18 19 in Indiana 4. Shows up in Indiana 1820 Census 5. Robert and sons born in Virginia 6. Names second son Charles probably after his father. 7. 1820 Census confirms children      1 son 16-26, James age 20 born 1800 in VA      1. son 16-18, Wesley age 17 born c1803 in VA - later goes by John Wes ley.      1. son 10-16, Stephen age 10 born in VA       4 sons under 10, John, Harrison,  and  not found or who died before 1850. 8. Son Harrison born Indiana which confirms the time of the move from VA to IN c1818 9. Confirming evidence dau Mary Ann was born in Washington Co, IN , also confirming move from VA to IN c 1818 Some family information from Rhonda Nuckles Budge 12534 Castlestone Drive Houston, TX 77065 281-894-7314 rzbtexas@aol.com Robert Nuckles  purchased Land in Park Co, IN 4/23/1829, Crawfordsville of fice 80 acres Note from Rhonda that she has some papers that say Robert settled in Indiana from South Carolina, but other info from various sources says he came from Grayson Co, VA. Charles Nuckolls had two sons named Robert. One born by his second wife Mary Black  who was born c1776 and another by his 3rd wife Bobbitt born 1790. I think one stayed and one left.  In 1820 one is listed in Grayson C o, VA census age 26-45.  The dates fit for BOTH of them. This  Robert was in Indiana in 1820 and also age 26-45. In 1830 he is in the age40-50 age bracket which means he was prob about 35-40 in 1820, making him the first Robert b 1776 whom we never found anything on.  The birth of his first child David in 1795 reflects the right age. It is only my theory, but also we see him naming a child Charles which is logical. Stronger evidence is the 1813 tax list in Grayson County shows Charles with 2 males in household over 16 which would be sons Charles and David....Charles Nuckolls had two sons named Robert. One born by his second wife Mary Black  who was born c1776 and another by his 3rd wife Bobbitt born 1790. He appears in tax list 1818 in VA  and shows up in Indiana 1820

[NI6507] Genealogical Records: Midwest Pioneers, 1600s-1800s Soldiers of the Revolution Buried in Indiana, Records of Revolutionary Sol diers Surnames, A-B, Page 72 Brewer, Benjamin - Washington Co, IN Born 4-1755 Pennsylvania Service- In Penn Militia 1776 and 1777 4 mos as private under Capt Husto n, 3 months under Capt. Shannon and Ratuni. Proof- Pension Claim SF 46205 Died May 6, 1834 Buried Cooley Cemetery, Washington Twp Stone Married about 1781 Caty Mellenger, 1768-1839. Ch; William; Sammy;Peter;Jo hn 1788-1863 married Elizabeth Cooley; Katy m Charles Nuckles; Benjamin; H anna M ....Monicle Collected by Mrs Harvey Morris , Salem, IN

[NI6510] Enlisted as a Sergeant on 21 November 1861       Enlisted in Company B, 49th Infantry Regiment Indiana on 21 Novemb er 1861.      Mustered out Company B, 49th Infantry Regiment Indiana on 29 Novemb er 1864       Res: Salem, IN     CW Pension App#643546 filed 3/6/1893 in Kansas     Widow Mary A Nuckles app#1021572 filed 2/2/1914 Kansas

[NI6511] The 1850 Census of Washington Co, IN shows no child named Leah. Until pro ff is supported, this is possibly Sarah ID: I85358069 Name: Thomas Newton ALLEN Given Name: Thomas Newton Surname: Allen Sex: M Birth: 8 Nov 1836 in Salem, Indiana Death: 15 Nov 1915 Father: Thomas Wilson ALLEN b: 27 Oct 1804 in Maryland Mother: Annis BRINKLEY b: 10 Jun 1803 in North Carolina Marriage 1 Leah NUCKLES b: 7 Nov 1836 Married: 30 May 1858 in Salem, Indiana Children Harriet E. ALLEN b: 14 Jun 1860 in Salem, Indiana married C R Barrett Ju ne 6, 1878 Washington Co, Salem, IN. Harriett died 3/16/1920 Washington C o, Salem, IN Thomas Newton Allen was the brother of my great grandfather, Robert W. All en. Thomas married Leah Nuckles on May 30, 1858 in Salem, Indiana. I fou nd a record of that marriage at the Washington County Historicial Societ y. Also the obit of Thomas and Leah's daughter - Harriet E. Allen (Mr s. C. R. Barrett) lists her mothers name as Leah. I don't see anything in my hard copy records (as far as I looked) that con firms Leah was born in 1836, other than my notes from the Wash. Co. Histor ical Society. I have no other information on Leah's family. Gordon Durnil Gdurnil@aol.com There were only two Nuckles families in Washington Co, IN when Leah was ma rried. Charles and Catherine and his brother John and his wife Rachel. Th ey both had daughters born in 1836. The census records are very clear in 1 850 naming both girls as Sarah. Either the census taker made an erro r, or Sarah's middle name was Leah. In the 1870 census, Leah and husband T homas Allen were living only a few farms away frm Charles and Catherine, l eaving me to believe that she is their daughter. Indiana Deaths, 1882-1920 Name: Lea Allen LOCATION: Salem Gender: Female Race: White Source Location: County Health Office, Salem, In Source Notes: The source of this record is the book H-27 on page 15 with in the series produced by the Indiana Works Progress Administration.

[NI6513] Death Cert has no info, no parents, no burial, etc, no informant, COD O ld Age Was sincerely hoping to get mothers name. Was widow at time of death

[NI6514] 1880 Census Place:Salem, Washington, Indiana Source:FHL Film 1254321  National Archives Film T9-0321     Page 56 1C RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace Harry NUCKLESSelfMMW60INOcc:CarpenterFa: NCMo: NC Mary E. NUCKLESWifeFMW61INFa: TNMo: KY 1870 Census has Mary A Parr age 21 living in household

[NI6515] 1880 Census Place:Washington, Washington, Indiana Source:FHL Film 1254321  National Archives Film T9-0321     Page 53 6D RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace David NUCKLESSelfMSW56 INOcc:Farm LaborerFa: VAMo: PA Mary NUCKLESSisterFSW46: VAMo: PA Abigail ROGERSOtherFWW70IN Occ:Fa: NCMo: NC 1850 Census name is David 1860 Census name is David 1870 Census name is Stephen ? living with parents 1880 Census name is David In the 1880 census for Washington County, IN it has listed an Abigail Roge rs living in the household. Abigail was my 4th great-grandmother. Her maid en name was CLOUD, she married Caswell Maxwell and then John Rogers.Regard s,Connie taylor@in-motion.net

[NI6516] 1900 Census, Emily is living with her sister Rebecca Hale age 25, list ed as single. The census records show Emily as born around 1865 not 1875.

[NI6517] 1880 Census Place:Salem, Washington, Indiana Source:FHL Film 1254321  National Archives Film T9-0321     Page 56 3C Stephen NUCKLESSelfMMW67---Occ:LaborerFa: ---Mo: Sarah NUCKLESWifeFMW50INOcc:Fa: --Mo: Josephine NUCKLES DauFSW22 INOcc:Works In FactoryFa: ---Mo: IN Charles NUCKLESSonMSW20INOcc:LaborerFa: ---Mo: IN Belle NUCKLESDauFSW17INFa: ---Mo: IN

[NI6518] This family from Kenneth Edwin Nuckolls ,Society Member KennethEN@aol.com It has always bugged me why William G. Nuckolls, Jr. seems to simply vanish from his father's life. The several articles that Jean Harrison se nt me all have this huge gap in William Sr.s biographies where Willi am Jr and his mother should have appeared. For instance, the article regarding William Nuckolls and Zerelda Cotton has the following two sentences " William Nuckolls located in Hardeman County in 1824. He married Zerelda Cotton 19 December 1852." Okay, did nothing happen in the 28 years between his arrival and his marriage to Zerelda? I think I know the answer to this riddle. I believe William G. Nuckolls, Sr. disowned his son William G. Nuckolls, Jr. over issues related to the Civil War. In another article that Jean Harrison sent me, it is stated that "He (William Nuckolls, Sr) has been a Democrat nearly all his life and during the war was a strong Union man." Oooops! This man's son (William G. Jr) joined up with Duckworth's cavalry in 1861 on the Confederate side! I don't believe his father ever forgave him. Worse than that, I believe he removed the front page of the family bible documenting his first marriage and forbade any mention of his first son (William, Jr.) to his second family or to historians either. This would go a long way towards explaining the huge gaps in family history and the confusion my grandfather's ge neration had regarding these relationships. There were lots of casualties in the Civil War. I think this father/son relationship was one of them. Very sad. By Kenneth Nuckolls WILLIAM G. NUCKOLLS, (my grandfather) was born about 1830 and lived a lar ge part of his life at Boliver, Hardeman County, Tennessee, he later moved to Keller, Tarrant County Texas and died there about 1927 at age abo ut 95. ....... William G. Nuckolls was married ........... to a Miss Polk (supposed to be of the President Jas K. Polk family) and some of the Polk negro slaves were living on our farm when I was a small boy and their families remained with us until their death. Of this marriage there were two children, Charles Edwin Nuckolls (my father) and Nonnie, who married William Newsom and moved to Texas many years ago. We were in contact with William Newsom of this family about 30 years ago and he was Auditor for a railroad in Oklahoma. I believe it was the K.O.&C Railroad at Muscogee, Okla .

[DI6518] Prob the death listed in Montague Co, TX of a William C Nuckolls died 11/7/1926 Cert #39371

[XI6518] Cemetery listing, Birdville Cemetery, Tarrant Co., TX., Internet, Google search "William Nuckolls" Tarrant County Texas, BURNETT NONA NUCKOLLS  AUG 1,1863-JUL 31,1888 WIFE OF J.T. NUCKOLLS W.G. NO DATES NUCKOLLS, ELIZA J. NO DATES.

[NI6519] Ancestry of Eliza J Polk to Sir Robert Bruce Pollock b 1621 in Ireland found on WFT Vol 14 Tree 2450 submitted by Bob Polk, 16595 SW Hart Rd # 9, Beaverton, OR 97007 Ancestry listed as follows: Eliza Polk daughter of SHelby Polk (1786-1847) and Winifred Colburn (1791-    ) grdau of Thomas Polk (1764-    ) and Mary Shelby (1764-   ) ggrdau of William Polk and Catherine Stearns gggrdau fo William Polk and Margaret Taylor ggggrdau of William Polk and Nancy Knox Owens gggggrdau of Capt Robert Pollock and Magdalena Tasker ggggggrdau of Sir Robert Bruce Pollock born 1620 Ireland Note:That ancestry is very likely not correct.  A lot of  wrong and or unproven information has been published on the Polk family (and plenty of other families, too).  Please let me know if you have any questions about a ny of the above information or if you are interested in Polk info.  Bill Polk, Kansas City, MO.billpolk@publ icnetworking.org Note Letter Oct 1954 James W Nuckolls- J L Wilson.. perhaps of the James K Polk family of Tennessee of the Presidents family.

[NI6520] Maggie Blain - A love letter The letter below was found with other letters addressed to Margaret (Maggi e) Virginia Blain (b. 9 Dec 1959). It is not in an envelope, but is dat ed "Whiteville, TN , July 3, 1880. The author also refers to his "teacher 's life". It is addressed to "Little Darling" and is unsigned. However, co nsidering the material it was found with; considering that is dated five m onths prior to Maggie's marriage to Charles Edwin Nuckolls and ; consideri ng that Charles Edwin Nuckolls (b. 16 Jul 1851) was a teacher and princip al by profession and was born and raised in Whiteville, Tenn, I feel th at it is safe to assume that this love letter was written by Charles Edw in Nuckolls to Margaret Virginia Blain prior to their marriage. He was 2 9, she was 20. Ken Nuckolls - 16 Sep 1999 PS: As my mother commented, "Every girl needs a little of whatever Magg ie had." Whiteville, Tenn July 3, 1880 Little Darling, How delightful the pleasure to be at home again with loved ones, amid t he beauty and splendor of childhood scenes recalled. But Oh!, how sad t he thought to know that I am so far from the little blond, whose beauty, l oveliness, and winning smiles ever hover around my memory like the gold en haze of departing twilight around the setting sun. It seems that I ha ve been transported into a new existence and that my life is being chang ed from the dullness and loneliness of a teacher's life to that of the pur ity and happiness of a dreamer's life - ever dreaming of Thee. Even at t he writing of this, I am dreaming a day - dream and in that dream, methin ks I can see along the rugged pathway of our future life, bouquets of lo ve and happiness thrown at our feet, to be gathered up by us as we slow ly plod along its extended journey; arm in arm; heart beating to heart; li ps pressed to lips. Besides, I can see our little boat of wedded life, flo ating down the stream of time gathering love and happiness in still more a bundance as we smoothly glide along. Just think, Little Darling, how happy we will be when we start on our jou rney together. We will not kiss then, by the hundred, as we have so oft be fore, but by the thousand. Every passing  Zephyr that gently fans our  you ng brow and cheeks, shall speak of love. Every little bird that sings in t he forest grows shall sing to us sweet songs of happy love; and every glit tering star that shines above shall envy the little world of happiness th at we will make here on earth below. I wonder if these words will bri ng so much as a little sign of love from Thee, if so, happy am I. I care n ot what others may think or say, so long as I have the thoughts and lo ve of one little blonde.

[NI6521] Grew up in the Mebane/Nuckolls home in Fayette County, TN. Worked as a ra il traffic manager for the Southern Coal Company most of his adult life a nd mostly in Memphis, TN. The last few years of his career, he was transfe rred to Chicago from which he retired in 1954. Returned to Memphis after r etirement and spent the next 30 years of his life gardening and maintaini ng the Mebane/Nuckolls home and land in Fayette Co, TN. He was very acti ve in game conservation, and hunting, primarily quail. Bird dogs were a pa ssion. He was very active well into his 90's. Shelby Co, TN Office of Registrar 2065-356 WD NUCKOLLS J W  STEPHENS A L  10/09/1947  (wife Alice T) L55276 MTG NUCKOLLS JULIUS W ETUX  BARRON TROY TR  09/16/1976  M98697 REL FIRST TENN BK  NUCKOLLS JULIUS W ETUX  03/10/1978  M99480 MTG NUCKOLLS JULIUS W ETUX  BARRON TROY TR  03/14/1978 W36502 WD NUCKOLLS JULIUS W EST OF  JETER ANNIE M  04/04/1985

[NI6522] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Julius W Nuckolls Jr Birth Year: 1925 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Tennessee State: Tennessee County or City: Shelby Enlistment Date: 26 Jan 1944 Enlistment State: Mississippi Enlistment City: Camp Shelby 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: Reserves - exclusive of Regular Army Reserve and Officers of t he Officers Reserve Corps on active duty under the Thomason Act (Office rs and Enlisted Men -- O.R.C. and E.R.C., and Nurses-Reserve Status) Source: Enlisted Reserve or Medical Administrative Corps (MAC) Offic er Education: 4 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 Military Service 8/1943-8/1946 Second Lieutenant in the Army Artillery, in late 1944 and early 1945, w as stationed in Scofield Barracks, in Manilla, Phillipines preparing for t he "invasion of Japan". The atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nag asaki and the "invasion" was canceled (Note from son - I guess that mig ht have been the "end of our line" had the invasion proceeded.) Korean War - 1950-1952  As a Army Reserve officer, JW was called back to a ctive duty as an Artillery Captain for the Korean Conflict. However, did n ot actually have to go to Korea. "The Commercial Appeal" on Sunday, August 19th. J.W. 'DUB' NUCKOLLS JR., 75, of Memphis, mechanical engineer and own er of Engineered Products Co., died of heart failure Saturday at Allen Mor gan Health Center. Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Elmwoo d. Memphis Funeral Home Poplar Chapel has charge. He was a World War II a nd Korean War Army veteran, a member of St. Stephen United Methodist Chur ch and former member of Engineers Club and East Memphis Exchange Clu b. He had been active in the Boy Scouts. Mr. Nuckolls, the husband of Jean ne Bunn Nuckolls for 53 years, also leaves two daughters, Peggy Nels on of Murfreesboro, Tenn., and Patty Sellars of Tyler, Texas; two sons, An dy Nuckolls of Arlington and Ken Nuckolls of Memphis, nine grandchildren a nd a great-grandchild. The family requests that memorials be sent to St. S tephen United Methodist Church or the Church Health Center. Shelby Co, TN Office of Registrar S96607 WD CHASE PATRICIA F ETAL  NUCKOLLS J W JR ETAL  12/23/1981 VI W62425 REL SCHAEFFER JAMES F JR TR  NUCKOLLS J W JR ETAL  06/26/1985 K96193 WD TAYLOR ROBERT L  NUCKOLLS J W JR ETUX  02/13/1976 VIEW K96194 MTG NUCKOLLS J W JR ETUX  PARHAM NAT TR ETAL  02/13/1976 VIEW P36865 MTG NUCKOLLS J W JR ETUX  BARRON TROY TR  05/21/1979 VIEW S79527 WD CHASE PATRICA F ETAL  NUCKOLLS J W JR ETUX  09/25/1981 VI S79528 MTG NUCKOLLS J W JR ETUX  SCHAEFFER JAMES F JR TR  09/25/1981 F78479 FS NUCKOLLS J W  CITY FIN CO  01/14/1986 CK3129 REL TAYLOR ROBERT L  NUCKOLLS J W JR ETUX 09/09/1991 2994-490 WD METCALF ROBERT M JR  NUCKOLLS JULIUS W JR  09/17/1952 VI 3001-197 MTG NUCKOLLS JULIUS W JR  METCALF ROBERT M SR  09/17/1952 VI 4651-602 MTG NUCKOLLS JULIUS W JR  CROCKETT E RALPH  12/27/1961 L47415 REL NATIONAL LIFE INS CO  NUCKOLLS JULIUS W JR ETUX  08/13/1976

[DI6524] Commercial Appeal, The (Memphis, TN) - May 6, 2005 Deceased Name: Toone - David Franklin Nuckolls Toone - David Franklin Nuckolls, 92, farmer, died Wednesday at Bolivar Gen eral Hospital. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Shackelford Funer al Home in Bolivar with burial in Cearley Cemetery in Toone. He was a Wor ld War II Army veteran, a graduate of the University of Tennessee, a deac on at Toone Baptist Church, a member of Hardeman County Co-Op Board, AS CS Committee and Hardeman County Library Board and former president of Har deman County Farm Bureau. Mr. Nuckolls, the husband of Moetta Evans Nuckol ls for 64 years, also leaves a daughter, Vicki N. Berkau of Smithfield, N. C.; a son, Dan F. Nuckolls of Toone, and three grandchildren. The family r equests that any memorials be sent to Toone Baptist Church or the Americ an Heart Association. Name:    David F. Nuckolls SSN:    414-42-4222 Last Residence:    38381  Toone, Hardeman, Tennessee Born:    27 Dec 1912 Died:    4 May 2005 State (Year) SSN issued:    Tennessee (Before 1951 )

[NI6527] Commercial Appeal, The (Memphis, TN) - June 7, 1992 Deceased Name: TOONE - John Glover Nuckolls TOONE - John Glover Nuckolls, 14-year-old son of Dan and Karen Nuckolls, d ied Friday at Arlington Developmental Center. Services will be at 11 a. m. Monday at Shackelford Funeral Home in Bolivar with private graveside se rvices at Cearley Cemetery near here. He also leaves a brother, David Nuck olls of Toone, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David F. Nuckolls of Too ne and Mrs. Willis Jessup of Hertford, N.C. The family requests that any m emorials be sent to the Arlington Developmental Center.

[NI6529] This family submitted by Cheryl Ryder Charles deserted his family in 1902 and ended up in Greeley, Colorado where he is buried. Family researcher: George Hunsaker hunsaker78@msn.com

[BI6529] Death certificate shows DOB Aug 4 1854.

[NI6530] The Scammon Miner March 11 1910 Mrs Elizabeth Nuckolls died at the home of her son Frank Nuckolls near Che rokee, the 7th. She was 55y,6m and 7days old. The funeral was held the 9 th and was conducted by Rev Hamilton. Interment was made in the Weir Cemet ery

[DI6531] The 13th of Fourteen children Pittsburg Morning Star, Pittsburgh Kansas, Tuesday, Jan 7, 1992 Cherokee-Will L Nuckolls, 95, of Cherokee, died at 9 P.M. Sunday, Jan 5, 1 992 at Valley Presbyterian Hospital in Van Nuys, Calif. He had been visiting his son in Northridge, Calif, for the past three weeks. He was bo rn on Dec 2, 1896 in Scammon, to Charles D and Elizabeth Belle Stevens Nuc kolls. He attended schools in Scammon. Mr Nuckolls had been employed in the coal mines, was a driller in the oil fields, worked for Frisco Railroa d, and was a maintenance machinist for Boeing Aircraft. He married Susie Elizabeth Imhof on June 9, 1917 in Hominy, OK. The lived in Oklahoma City a nd California, returning to Cherokee in 1968. She preceded him in death Jan 8, 1990. Mr Nuckolls was a member of the Cherokee United Methodist Chur ch and was an honorary life member of Pittsburg Masonic Lodge No 187. He h ad been a member since 1921. Survivors include one son, William D Nuckolls of Northridge; three grandchildren and six great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by 13 brothers and sisters. Name: Will Lue Nuckolls Social Security #: 441076989 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 2 Dec 1896 Birthplace: Kansas Death Date: 5 Jan 1992 Death Place: Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: Stevens

[NI6532] Pittsburg Morning Sun Wednesday Jan 10, 1990 Susie Elizabeth Imhof Nuckolls, 91 , of Cherokee, died at 3:15 P.M. Monda y, Jan 8, 1990, at her home. She was born on April 17, 1898 in Cherok ee to Daniel and Margaret Hastings Imhof. She attended schools in Cherok ee and graduated from Cherokee High School. She taught school for a year w est of Cherokee. She married Will L Nuckolls on June 9, 1917 in Henriett a, OK. They lived in Blackwell. Oklahoma City and California and came ba ck to Cherokee to make their home in 1968. Mrs Nuckolls was a member of t he Methodist church. Survivors include her husband of the home and a so n, William D Nuckolls of North Ridge, Calif, three grandchildren and six g reat grandchildren. Services will be held at 10:30 A.M. Thursday at the Br enner Chapel with the Rev Delbert  Chance of the Cherokee United Methodi st Church officiating. Burial will be in the Hosey Hill Cemetery in Wei r. The family will receive friends from 7-8 P.M. today in the Brenner Chap el. From Cheryl Ryder 8/22/1997 We have found only one photograph of Susie taken in a studio with her 4 si sters, all looking like Victorian battle-axes in their stiff black Taffe ta dresses with leg-o-mutton sleeves. Elizabeth was almost six feet tal l. She helped my father father the information about the family. It was ne cessary because my father went to work for a defense-oreinted aviation com pany and needed to have the highest possible security clearance. All the f amily information going back for 3 generations was required for the securi ty process.  My grandma Susie became very interested in the family genealo gies of both Imhoff and Nuckolls as a result of helping my father, and bec ame a newspaper clipper. I salvaged a small box of family vital statisti cs that she cut from the Pittsburg Kansas local paper.

[NI6536] 1870 Monroe Co, Richland, IN   July 26 1870 Henry Massey 26 IN A C 20 IN (f) Ada A C (f) 4 E E (f)  4m Rachel Nuckols 57 VA Francis M (m) 13 IN

[NI6538] No record in 1870

[DI6542] Pueblo Chieftan, Pueblo, Co April 10, 1924 William O Nuckolls age 54 died in a local hospital April 9. He is survived by his wife, Mrs Addie Nuckolls of Denver and one sister, Mrs Martha Brady of Indianapolis, IN. The body was sent to Denver Wednesday for interment by Dunaway-Rouch

[NI6543] It is possible this is the Mary Nuckles who married Milton Silas Roseber ry 11/14/1866 Washington Co, Salem, OH. Since they can not be found in a ny census, it cant be verified.

[NI6546] 1920 Hamilton Co, Syracuse, KS -pg 3 M  E Nuckles, 52 IN VA IN Emma, wfie, 46, KS PA ? Arthur, son, 22, KS

[NI6553] WWI Civilian Draft Registrations b 1/14/1897 Kendall, KS       Res Syracuse, KS, father born Salem, IN Self Emp Rancher Nearest Kin Millard E Nuckles, Syracuse, KS Blue eyes, blond hair, signed  Juen 5 1918 Signed Chester Arthur Nuckles

[XI6560] Age: 77yrs, 4mos, 20dys No Stone/Marker

[DI6561] CADI Owen  S Nuckles, spouse H M, died 4/28/1933 Riverside Co, CA Cert#22640, age62

[NI6562] I am trying to track down an Anders Gustaf Ehn and his wife, Maria  Sof ia Jacobsdotter after they left Sweden in 1872 and 1874 for the  US.  At t hat point the family lost track of them.  When Maria brought the childr en to the US in 1874 to join Anders, one of the children in  the emigrati on record is given as Hulda Maria Ehn...and I have her  birth date as 10 J un 1871 in Sweden.  If you know of descendants of this family, I would mo st happily like to be put in contact with  them.....as I have another 1 50 years of information to share on the  ancestry of Hulda Maria Ehn.  And ers Gustaf Ehn's brother, Carl Victor is my Great-great grandfather. Nancy lincoln@mtaonline.net California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Huldah M Nuckles [Huldah M Ehn] Social Security #: 0 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 10 Jun 1871 Birthplace: Other Country Death Date: 27 Jul 1953 Death Place: San Bernardino Mother's Maiden Name: Jacobson Father's Surname: Ehn Name listed in Seventh Day Adventist Index. Appeared Pacific Union Record er 1953, Sep 7

[NI6563] Name:    Raymond Nuckles SSN:    568-03-6007 Last Residence:    91752  Mira Loma, Riverside, California, United Stat es of America Born:    19 Jun 1895 Died:    May 1974 State (Year) SSN issued:    California (Before 1951 ) California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Raymond E Nuckles Social Security #: 568036007 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 19 Jun 1895 Birthplace: Kansas Death Date: 10 May 1974 Death Place: Riverside

[DI6564] CADI Bessie Nuckels, spouse RE, age 22 died San Bernardino Co, 5/16/1917

[NI6567] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Edith F Nuckles [Edith F Hansen] Social Security #: 0 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 15 Feb 1895 Birthplace: California Death Date: 23 Mar 1942 Death Place: San Bernardino Mother's Maiden Name: Rasmussen Father's Surname: Hansen

[NI6569] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918  Sept 12 1918 Roscoe Oliver Nuckles res 867 Spruce St, San Bernardino, CA Age 20 born Jan 23 1898 Electrician for So Cal Edison Co Nearest relative Owen Nuckles, 867 Sprice St Med height, med build, blue eyes,. brn hair Signed Sept 12 1918 Roscoe Oliver Nuckles California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Roscoe O Nuckles Social Security #: 560442067 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 23 Jan 1898 Birthplace: Kansas Death Date: 12 Dec 1983 Death Place: San Bernardino Mother's Maiden Name: Ehn

[DI6570] CADI, Margaret B Nuckles, spouse r O, age 22 died 1/14/1922 San Bernardino Co

[NI6571] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Olga Helen Nuckles [Olga Helen Hansen] Social Security #: 561760831 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 29 May 1901 Birthplace: California Death Date: 14 Jan 1984 Death Place: San Bernardino Father's Surname: Hansen

[NI6580] WWI Draft Registration Sept 17 1918 Sept 12 1918 Walter E Nuckles res 867 Spruce St San Bernardino, CA Age 18 born Sept 6 1900 Apprentis Machinist for AT < RR Nearest relative Mrs Hilda Nuckles, same address Tall, slender, blue eyes, brown hair Signed Walter E Nuckles Also a Walter Knuckles who married a Mary Evelyn Goodman 7/8/1960 in Las V egas. Is this the same man or a complete coincidence he married on the sa me date (month and day) as his wife Mabel? California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Walter Easton Nuckles Social Security #: 553072437 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 6 Sep 1901 Birthplace: Kansas Death Date: 15 Aug 1986 Death Place: Riverside Mother's Maiden Name: Ehn

[NI6581] Mary R Stanley, head, own $5,000, widow, 59, CA MO AR- 4/13/1930 Silas S, son, 30, S, CA Winifred E Nuckles 28 1901 California  Daughter  White  San Bernardino, S an Bernardino, CA   md19 Beverly E Nuckles 2y5m 1927    Granddaughter     San Bernardino, San Berna rdino, CA

[NI6583] nona and james thomas burnett are my great-grandparents on my dad's side.  my grandfather is william george burnett - my dad is richard earl burnett. Source Heather Mann Bentleymann@aol.com) 3/2011 1870 Census name is laura 1880 Census name was Nonnie   "Polk Family and Kinsmen," 1912, William Harrison Polk, pg. 97, shows t he following information on this child: "Eliza Polk seventh child of Shel by Polk and Winnifred (Colburn) Polk, married William G. Nackolls.  They h ad children:  ....4Lenora Z Nackolls."  Also, same page:  "Lenora Z. Nackolls, youngest child of Willi am G. Nackolls and Eliza (Polk) Nackolls, married James Barnett and died l eaving one child, William G. Barnett."

[XI6583] Cemetery listing, Birdville Cemetery, Tarrant Co., TX., Internet, Google search "William Nuckolls" Tarrant County Texas BURNETT,  NONA NUCKOLLS AUG 1,1863-JUL 31,1888 Wife of J T

[NI6585] Death cert says burial in Rossville, TN Dallas Morning News 6/25/1915 Fort Worth Courts Fort Worth Texas June 24- Mrs Maggie V Nuckolls, was today appointed by t he Probate Court guardian of the estate of Nolen G Nuckolls et al, minor s, with bond in the sum of $1000

[DI6585] Name: «tab»Maggie V. Nuckolls Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»10 May 1929 Event Place: «tab»Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»69 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1860 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Rossville, Tenn. Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»W.M. Blain Father's Birthplace: «tab»N.C. Mother: «tab»Unknown Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Unknown Occupation: «tab»Housewife Street Address: «tab»1123 Cummmings St. Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Rossville, Tenn. Burial Date: «tab»12 May 1929 Informant: «tab»Mr J W Nuckolls, 760 Garland Ave Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183618 Image Number: «tab»1367 Film Number: «tab»1876753 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 13856

[DI6589] Name: «tab»Clara L. Wenzler Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»22 Dec 1953 Event Place: «tab»Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»61 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1892 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Charles Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother: «tab»Maggie Blain 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»4181502 Image Number: «tab»2398 Film Number: «tab»2372489 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»53-28896

[DI6590] Name: «tab»Casper Leopold Wenzler Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»03 Feb 1949 Event Place: «tab»Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab»married Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»54 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»7-25-1894 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Spouse: Occ-Plumber«tab» Father: «tab»Leopold Wenzler Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother: «tab»Nettie Merz Informant Augusta Wenzler Forest Hill Cem, Memphis, TN

[NI6592] Lawyer, member of the Memphis Bar Association. Employed by Illinois Central Gulf Railroad for 50 years Member of Idlewild Presbyterian Church Co-workers and friends called him "Judge" Family submitted by Society Member Malinda Blain Nuckolls Lochner 2 Chautauqua Trail Madison, WI 53719 608-827-7809 Mloch@aol.com Shelby Co, TN Office of Registrar 1725-105 WD NUCKOLLS NOLAN G  SOMERS EARL L  12/13/1941 4727-77 WD NUCKOLLS N C  TENN STATE OF  05/14/1962

[MI6592] (Medical):Died at Baptist memorial Hospital, Room 1297, Memphis, TN

[BI6592] Name:    Nolan G Nuckolls City:    Not Stated County:    Fayette State:    Tennessee Birthplace:    Tennessee;United States of America Birth Date:    27 May 1894

[XI6592] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Nolan Nuckolls Name: «tab»Nolan Nuckolls Birth Date: «tab»27 May 1893 Death Date: «tab»16 Aug 1974 SSN: «tab»709056834 Branch 1: «tab»ARMY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»26 Apr 1918 Release Date 1: «tab»19 Jun 1919

[NI6593] In his short 3 and half years, Earl was apparently beloved. My grandfathe r, Julius W. Nuckolls, Sr, who was 8 years old at the time of Earl's dea th spoke fondly of him. Also, his much older sister Shirley Vance Nuckol ls Somers named her first child Earl Leroy, 5 years after his death.

[NI6594] In 1954, Julius W Nuckolls, Sr wrote in "Our Family as Best I Know It" , Noah has one child living in New Jersey

[DI6594] Name: «tab»Noah Louis Nuckolls Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»14 Aug 1932 Death Place: «tab»Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama Gender: «tab»Male Race (Original): «tab» Race (Standardized): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»35y 10d Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»04 Aug 1897 Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»Kathleen Nuckolls Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»C. E. Nuckolls Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Maggie Vance Mother's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Mother's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Memphis, Tenn. Burial Date: «tab»15 Aug 1932 Funeral Home: «tab» Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»1908501 Reference Number: «tab»16744

[NI6595] Name:    Charles Blaine Nuckolls City:    Memphis County:    Shelby State:    Tennessee Birth Date:    19 Feb 1885 Race:    White Roll:    1877497 DraftBoard:    2 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Sept 12 1918 Charles Blain Nuckolls, 1605 Southern, Memphis, TN Age 33 born Feb 19 1885 Railroad Clerk Illinois Central RR Next of kin, Mother,Mrs Maggie V Nuckolls 1239 Greenwood, Memphis, TN Med height, slender, Gray eyes, Blk Hair bible record of death Feb 9 1943 Informant on death cert  J W Nuckolls 760 N Garland

[DI6595] Name: «tab»Chas. Blain Nuckolls Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»11 Feb 1943 Event Place: «tab»Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab»Married Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»57-11-22 Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»19 Feb 1885 Birthplace: «tab»Fayette, Tenn. Spouse: «tab»Floralu M. Nuckolls Father: «tab»Charles Edward Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Mother: «tab»Margaret Blain Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Occupation: «tab»Mgr. N.O. Nelson Street Address: «tab»760 Garland St. - Civil District 5 Residence: «tab»Memphis, Shelby Co, Tennessee Cemetery: «tab»Forest Hill Burial Place: «tab»Memphis, Tennessee Burial Date: «tab»13 Feb 1943 Informant: «tab»J W Nuckolls, 760 Garland Additional Relatives: «tab»X Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184874 Image Number: «tab»1149 Film Number: «tab»2137332 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 3525

[NI6596] Pharmaceutical Chemistry  degree in 1932 from University of Tennessee, Mem phis, TN.  Founder / anager of Technical Products Co, Memphis, TN, a distr ibutor of medical supplies and equipment. OBITUARY  JAMES E. NUCKOLLS James (Jim) Edwin Nuckolls passed away on January 1, 2001 at his ho me in  Fountain Hills, Arizona at the age of 89.  James was born in Lexing ton,  Tennessee on July 26, 1911 to Charles Blaine and Elta Arnold, Nuckol ls.  His  mother passed away when James was 3 and he was raised by his gra ndfather, Dr.  Arnold, in Lexington, Tennessee and also by his father a nd stepmother, Flora  Lou Nuckolls, in Memphis. James graduated salutatorian of his class from the University of Tenness ee in  Memphis in 1932 with a degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry.  It w as the Great  Depression and James had to work for free at his first j ob in a Memphis  pharmacy.  He later founded Technical Products Compan y, a distributor of medical supplies and equipment, which he operated until his retirement. He married Emalee Roth on August 27, 1941 in Golden Colorado and resid ed in  Memphis until 1989, when James and Emalee moved to Fountain Hill s, Arizona to  be near their only child, Carl Nuckolls and his family.  H is wife Emalee  preceded him in death in 1995.   James was a member of t he American Chemical  Society, a 32nd degree Mason, and attended Christ 's Church of Fountain Hills.   James will be greatly missed by his son Car l, daughter-in-law Rebecca, his  two grandchildren Alissa and Katie, and h is devoted health care provider,  Mary Frazier, all of Fountain Hills. His friends are invited to attend his funeral service at Messinger Mortua ry in Fountain Hills on Friday January 5.  Visitation will be from10: 00 to 11:00  AM, with service at 11:00 AM.  A brief graveside service wi ll be held at  Paradise Memorial Gardens thereafter. Contributions c an be made to Christ's Church of Fountain Hills building fund. Shelby Co, TN Office of Registrar 1688-348 WD WESSELL W W  NUCKOLLS J E  03/05/1941 VIEW 1712-81 WD NUCKOLLS J E  MEMPHIS CITY OF  08/22/1941 VIEW 0028-595 WD NUCKOLLS JAMES E  NATIONAL TODDLE HOUSE CORP  01/25/1951 NO 2338-197 WD FORREST PARK HOTEL APTS INC  NUCKOLLS JAMES E  12/06/1948 NO NE 3181-201 WD NUCKOLLS JAMES E  MEMPHIS CITY OF  08/14/1953 VIEW 5041-111 WD MEMPHIS HOUSING AUTHORITY  NUCKOLLS JAMES E  06/13/1963 VI 5237-41 WD MEMPHIS HOUSING AUTHORITY  NUCKOLLS JAMES E  01/02/1964 VI 5304-369 MTG NUCKOLLS JAMES E  CURRY HAROLD C TR  03/26/1964 VIEW E66831 WD U P NATL BK  NUCKOLLS JAMES E  01/15/1969 VIEW W44637 WD NUCKOLLS JAMES E  GOSS ARTHUR W ETAL  05/01/1985 VIEW W68890 WD NUCKOLLS JAMES E  GOSS ARTHUR W ETAL  07/17/1985 J65965 WD NUCKOLLS EMALEE R  NUCKOLLS J E  06/06/1974 F74263 REL GENERAL AM LIFE INS CO  NUCKOLLS J E ETUX  10/20/1970 AL1734 REL NUCKOLLS JAMES E  GOSS ARTHUR W ETAL 05/19/1988 VIEW BC6076 ESMT NUCKOLLS JAMES E ETAL  PIERACCINI-STRATTON DEV INC  06/29/19 89 VIEW J65964 MISC NUCKOLLS JAMES E ETUX  WILSON LAWRENCE  06/06/1974 VIEW M36362 WD NUCKOLLS JAMES E ETUX  CUMMINGS CLARA M ETAL  07/13/1977 DV2668 TRANSFER NUCKOLLS J E ETUX  LAND WILLIAM J ETAL 09/07/1993

[NI6597] Father: James Mitchum Arnold b. 27 Jul 1849 in Henderson Co TN Mother: Lucy E. McCollum b. 24 Mar 1859 in TN Census name is Elta Death Cert name is Etta 1900 Census born 9/1886 age 13 Death Cert born 1888 age 28 Death cert burial says Lexington, TN Unity Cemetery Chester Co, TN Arnold, Lucy McCallum Wife of Dr. James, Married 1882 March 24, 1859-November 6, 1932 [Sons: Murray, Lymon & Isaac Arnold] [Daughters: Loy Dennison & Margie Arnold, Margaret Arnold, Elta Nuckol ls & Georgie Arnold] Nuckolls, Elta Frances Arnold Wife of C. B. Nuckolls September 1, 1886-November 1, 1916 [Parents: James & Lucy McCallum Arnold]

[NI6599] Shelby Co, TN Office of Registrar 0049-410 WD NUCKOLLS EMALEE R  NATIONAL TODDLE HOUSE CORP  08/16/1957 NO NE 2512-281 WD ROTH KATHRYN  NUCKOLLS EMALEE R  02/21/1950 VIEW J65965 WD NUCKOLLS EMALEE R  NUCKOLLS J E  06/06/1974 VIEW V37007 WD NUCKOLLS EMALEE R  THOMPSON KENNETH R  05/22/1984 N76032 WD NUCKOLLS EMALEE R ETVIR  HUEMMER DOUGLAS B  11/02/1978 VIEW P46277 WD NUCKOLLS EMALEE R ETVIR  BENNETT M C MRS  06/20/1979 AX6839 REL NUCKOLLS EMALEE R  THOMPSON KENNETH R 02/17/1989 E58272 MTG NUCKOLLS EMILEE R  MCGEHEE MAURICE TR  11/15/1968 VIEW E90311 REL M & M BAIL BOND CO  NUCKOLLS EMILEE R  06/11/1969

[NI6601] 1967- BS in Education with minor in Science, Magna Cum Laude; 196 9, MS in Science Education, Summa Cum Laude 1969-1988 Taught Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Computer Programming f or the Memphis City Schools Family researcher- Charles Leonard alchemist7@cox.net

[DI6601] Jeanne Marye Bunn Nuckolls passed away on March 17, 2013. She was preceded in death by her husband, J.W. Nuckolls, Jr. and her brother, Robert F. Bunn. She is survived by her four children: David Andrew "Andy" Nuckolls (Janet) of Memphis, Margaret N. "Peggy" Nelson (Harry) of Murfreesboro, Kenneth Edwin Nuckolls of Memphis, and Patricia Jeanne "Patty" Holloway (David) of Bullard, Texas, as well as nine grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Jeanne earned a BS degree in Physics and a Masters degree in Science Education from Memphis State University and taught science in the Memphis Public Schools at Douglass and Sheffield High Schools. She enjoyed sewing, knitting and quilting and gave many beautiful hand-crafted items to family, friends, and local charities. She was a long-time member of the Cotton Patchers Quilt Guild and St. Stephen United Methodist Church. Visitation with the family will be held from 5-7 p.m. on Thursday, March 21 at Family Funeral Care, 4925 Summer Ave. Family Funeral Care (901)761-8000 FamilyFuneralMemphis.com Published in The Commercial Appeal from March 19 to March 28, 2013

[NI6603] As a child, moved frequently with her brick maker/builder father thru o ut Texas, Arkansas and Mississippi. In her late teens, while living in t he Mississippi Delta, the entire family fell ill (probably malaria) and mo ved to Memphis for better medical care. As a young woman, Alice was an off ice worker until she married and started a family. Her adult life was spe nt as a loving mother, housewife and church member.

[NI6606] As a contralto soloist, she won the state contest in the Atwater Kent Nati onal audition. November, 1932. Continued her singing throughout her li fe at Second Presbyterian Church, Union Avenue Baptist Church and Idlewi ld Presbyterian Church as well as many weddings and funerals. Secreta ry to the Pastor  at Union Avenue Baptist Church, Memphis, TN. Employ ed at Toof Engraving Co, Memphis, TN. Docent Volunteer at Dixon Galle ry in Memphis. V22929 WD NUCKOLLS NELLE M  SWANSON DELAND C ETAL  04/04/1984 Shelby Co, TN Office of Registrar

[NI6611] Decatur Review Decatur  Illinois  07 October 1926 Sgt J Frank Nuckol ls of Auburn, patrolman in city in charge of traffic conditions Decatur Herald (Decatur, Illinois) > 1928 > November > 24 Patrolmen Find Stolen Silver-Silverware valued at $500 stolen in October f rom the home of Mel Crews, Arcola, was found Friday in a stolen automobi le recovered by Sgt Frank Nuckolls , a state patrolman. WWI draft reg for Frank John Nuckolls b3/21/1885 in Cook Co, il, but wi fe Anna. Needs research

[NI6613] Children:   Neva Babb (1890 - 1897)*   Infant Babb (1894 - 1894)*

[DI6613] Source of death FAG but did not locate Missouri death cer for either BABB

[NI6614] Age 3 in 1870 Age 13 in 1880 New Albany Ledger 7/7/1885 A young man named Charles Nuckolls, aged 19 years, was killed near Salem y esterday. He was engaged in sawing wood under a tree in which a large fall en limb had Lodged. The wind was blowing and the young man was warned th at the limb would fall from its lodgement, but paid no attention to the wa rning. The wind threw the limb down and it fell on the head of young Nucko lls, crushing his skull and killing him instantly.

[DI6615] California Death Index, 1940-1997 about Mildred Ann Burnett Name: «tab»Mildred Ann Burnett [Mildred Ann Mickolls] [Mildred Ann Nuckolls]  «tab» Social Security #: «tab»0 Sex: «tab»Female Birth Date: «tab»9 Feb 1872 Birthplace: «tab»Illinois Death Date: «tab»5 Jul 1953 Death Place: «tab»Los Angeles Father's Surname: «tab»Mickolls

[NI6619] Family submitted by Linda Lidw1912@aol.com Living descendants on file

[MI6620] (Medical):Died at age 17

[NI6621] Had 3 children

[NI6623] 1880 Census Place:Georgetown, Scott, Kentucky Source:FHL Film 1254441  National Archives Film T9-0441     Page 5 Lewis T. PAYNESelfMMW66KYOcc:FarmerFa: KYMo: KY Martha PAYNEWifeFMW60KYFa: KYMo: KY Lydia PAYNEDauFSW18KYFa: KYMo: KY Betty BULLOCKDauFSW15KYFa: KYMo: KY Asa PAYNEFatherMWW94KYFa: VAMo: VA James CARPENTER OtherMMB30KYFa: KYMo: KY Elvira CARPENTEROtherFMB20KYOcc:CookFa: KYMo: KY Andrew CARPENTER OtherMSB4KYFa: KYMo: KY Mary CARPENTEROtherFSB1KYFa: KYMo: KY Ed PLEASANTSOtherMB20KYFa: KYMo: KY Ancestry of Asa found in The Paynes of Virginia by Brooke Payne, Richmo nd Va, William Byrd Press 1937 ASA (8. 5) b. x9 Mch 1788 in Scott Co.t Ky. ; m( I) Tbeo- docia Turn er 27 Dec 1810 in Fayette Co.; m(II) Mrs. Lewis Nuckols (nee Sally M. Vanc e) of Lexington, Ky., 12 June 1844; d. 10 July 1887 near Burgin, Mercer Co .t Ky., at the home of his son Lewis T. Payne; buried in Lexington cemete ry between the graves of his wives. In his old age he was quite deaf and f eeblet in the end bed-ridden; during which period he was under the ca re of Mrs. Rosa M. Payne, his grandson's wife who describes him as a mo st lovable and interesting person. His first wife was dau. of Lewis E. Tur ner and w. Theodocia Payne (8) . Colonel Asa Payne was educated at West Point Military Acadamy, leaving the re in 1809. (Note; West Point was created a Military  Academy l802 but att endance was irregular for ten years. 1812 it was reorganized on Its prese nt basis ) He also attended Transylvania University, Lexington  Ky. On lea ving West Point he visited his uncle Richard. M. Johnson. M.C., and stay ed at Gadsby's Tavern in Alexandria, kept by a Mrs. WiUiams. 1810 he was a ppointed by President Madison as Indian Sub--agent and was sta tion ed at F art Madison and Fort Snelling until the summer of 1811. K.H.S. Vo l. XXVI pays a fine tribute to Cot. Asa Payne which is too 1ong to in- du de here. In the War of 1812 he served as Major and aide-de- camp to his fa ther General John Payne  and was at Fort Meigs dur ing its siege by the Br itish and Indians. He is described as a hand.. some man of remarkable phys ical constitution. After this war he became a farmer in Scott Co. and resi ded near Payne's Depot. He was; fifteen years Justice of the Peace. Thodocia Turner was b. 26 Feb 1788 and d. June 1841. His second wi fe d. 20 Apl 1862 in her 6oth year. By his m ( I) he had 3 children-Lewis T. {85) , John F. (86 ) . and Hen ry (87). By his m(1 I) he had a dau. who d. at 2 years of age. Her epita ph is so obliterated that it cannot be read.

[NI6624] Grandmother was a sister of Gen. Pogue of Virginia Date: January 29, 1907 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Mrs S V Nuckols has returned from a visit of two weeks to Mrs Bush of Shelbyville and to her son Mr Morris Nuckols of Louisville , Mrs Annette w ho is in Shelbyville with her sister will come on later for a visit to M rs Nuckols Date: November 23, 1907 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald-Lead Mrs Samuel V Nuckols who has been confined to her home for two weeks with a slight injury she received falling in her home, is able to be out aga in. Date: October 6, 1902 Location: Kentucky Paper: Morning Herald Mrs Margaret Apperson of Memphis, and Mrs James Guthrie of Shelbyville wi ll arrie Tuesday for a visit with their sister, Mrs Samuel Nuckols Personals (News Article) Date: 1907-07-26; Paper: The Lexington Herald Mr S V Nuckols has gone to Shelbyville for a visit to his daughter, Mrs Ed ward Payne Hall and from there goes to Louisville to visit his son Morr is Nuckols. Mts Annette of Ashville NC will come in September for an exten ded visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs Nuckols Date: July 16, 1910 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Mrs Sam V Nuckols is much improved after an illness of several weeks Personal (News Article) Date: 1913-03-19; Paper: The Lexington Herald Mrs Edward Payne Hall of Shelbyville will come next week for a visit to h er parents, Mr and Mrs S V Nuckols Mrs Nuckols will leave in April to visit her daughter Mrs Walter Annet te in Wilmington Del and enroute will attend the DAR congress in Washingt on DC Date: July 11, 1914 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Mrs James Guthrie of Shelbyville and sister Mrs Samuel Vance Nuckols of Le xington left this week for a visit to Mrs Nuckols daughter  Mrs Walter N A nnette in Wilmington Delware. They will stop over for a few days in Washin gton City Date: 1916-02-02; Paper: The Daily Herald (Mississippi) Distinguised Kentucky Visitor Mrs Samuel Vance Nuckols of Lexington Ky, aunt of Col J W Apperson,  is t he guest at the Riveria Hotel. Mrs Nuckols is a writer of prominence in Ke ntucky having contributed  of recent years  a number of leading magazine s, newspapers, and other periodicals. She is delighted with her visit to t he gulf coast country Mrs. Samuel Vance NUCHOLS has returned to Lexington after spending a mon th with her daughter, Mrs. Edward P. HALL. THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL, Saturday Morning, September 29, 1917 SOCIETY NEWS GATHERED THROUGHOUT KENTUCKY Special to the Courier-Journal The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volu me 17 page 281 Mrs. Martha Rebecca Thomas Nuckols. DAR ID Number: 16773 Born in Shelby County, Kentucky. Wife of Samuel Vance Nuckols. Descendant of John Poage, of Virginia. Daughter of Morris Thomas and Amanda Jane Wright, his wife. Granddaughter of Capt. Oswald Thomas and Mary Elizabeth Poage, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of William Poage and Ann Kennedy, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of John Poage and Mary Blair, his wife.

[DI6624] Name:  «tab»Martha R T Nuckols [Martha R T Thomas] Death Date: «tab»8 Aug 1925 Death Location: «tab»Fayette Residence Location: «tab»Fayette Age: «tab»85 Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»5 Jun 1840 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Morris Thomas Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Amanda Wright Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky

[NI6627] 1900 Census says born 2/1870, but she was age 1 in 1870 census Date: June 6, 1900 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Morning Herald Miss Florence Stratton of Memphis Tenn arrives Friday to visit Misses Mat ti  and Jane Nuckols of West Second St Date: October 4, 1904 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Morning Herald Mrs Edward Payne Hall of Shelbyville is here visiting her parents, Mr a nd Mrs S V Nuckols. Miss Hall was formerly Miss Martha Nuckols of this cit y. She will be joined Saturday by Mr Hall who comes for a short visit. Social and Personal (News Article) Date: 1905-08-18; Paper: The Lexington Herald Mrs Edward Payne Hall will leave today for hor home in Shelbyville aft er a visit to her parents, Mr and Mrs Samuel V Nuckols Date: October 13, 1910 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Mrs Edward Payne Hall of Shelbyville is here for a visit to her parents, M rs S C Nuckols of West Second St Personal (News Article) Date: 1913-03-19; Paper: The Lexington Herald Mrs Edward Payne Hall of Shelbyville will come next week for a visit to h er parents, Mr and Mrs S V Nuckols The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volu me 54 page 313 Mrs. Martha T. Nuckols Hall. DAR ID Number: 53700 Born in Shelby County, Ky. Wife of Edward Payne Hall. Descendant of William Poage, of Virginia. Daughter of Samuel V. Nuckols and Martha Rebecca Thomas, his wife. Granddaughter of Morris Thomas and Amanda Jane Wright, his wife. Gr-granddaughter of Oswald Thomas and Mary E. Poage, his wife. Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Poage and Ann Kennedy, his wife. William Poage (1726-86) served as high sheriff of Augusta County, 177 8. He was born in Ireland; died in Augusta County, Va. Also Nos. 5880, 9434, 10270, 12201, 13332, 16129.

[DI6627] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Martha Nuckols Hall [Martha Nuckols Nuckols] Death Date: «tab»13 Sep 1918 Date of birth- dont know Age- dont know Death Location: «tab»Shelby Residence Location: «tab»Shelby Gender: «tab»Female; Married no occ Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Location: «tab»Shelbyville, Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Saml V Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Martha R Thomas Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Informant- E P Hall, Shelbyville, KY

[NI6628] Went by the name of Vance Nuckols Date: 1905-08-27; Paper: The Philadelphia Inquirer Vance Nuckols and his father-in-law Aly Pennock were both winning drive rs at Goshen Ky on Tuesday night. Well that is keeping it in the family Lexington Herald 1/18/1907 Horse Sales J L Watkins, vice president of the Lexington Driving Club, has sold his us efull matinee horse, Don N 2:071/4 by Little Joker to Vance Nuckols of Cle veland. The price paid for this good pacer is $1500 and Mr Nuckols is believed to have secured a big bargain. It is said he will be used for matinee purposes in Ohio Date: January 22, 1907 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Driver Nuckols Hurt Cleveland, OH - Vance Nuckols, Clevelands clever reinsman, was seriously injured today in a runaway at the Glenville Driving Park. He was jogging a green pacer around the track when the horse became frightened and started to run away. Nuckols, tried to guide the animal through the gate into the barns, but the sulky hit the fence and he ws thrown out. He was unconscious three hours. No bones were broken but is is feared he is internally injured. He is at his home under the care of his physician. Indiana Evening Gazette Indiana Pennsylvania 22 January 1907 Cleveland- Vance Nuckols, a well known driver was painfully hurt while dri ving a young horse at Glenville race Track. Nuckols was thrown from his su lky and rendered unconscious by the fall and remained in serious conditi on for some time Date: January 13, 1910 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Mr Vance Nuckols of Cleveland Ohio came Saturday to be the guest of his pa rents, Mr and Mrs S V Nuckols Date: October 7, 1913 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Mr Walter Annette of Delaware will come in a few days to join Mrs Annet te who is visitin gher parents, Mr and Mrs S V Nuckols. Mr nd Mrs Nucko ls son, Mr Vance Nuckols of Cleveland, Ohio will arrive this week to be th em during the trots Vance Nuckols Not Allowed to Race Again Refused to Surrender His Horse to Amos Rathbun 2/3/1914 Refused To Surrender His Horse to Amos Rathburn New York Dec 2- Vance Nuckols, a widely known trainer and driver of horse s, who was expelled at the Rockport half-mile track near Cleveland in Octo ber, for refusing to surrender his horse Andrel to Amos Rathburn when t he judges had decided to put up a new driver, will not be permitted to ra ce again under National Trotting association auspices, according to a deci sion of the board of review of the association at its continued session to day. 12/3/1914 Lexington Herald Expulsion for Vance Nuckols is Upheld New York City Nevada State Journal Reno  Nevada  14 January 1915 Ban Is Lifted For Suspended Horseman Cleveland Oh, Jan 13-Vance Nuckolls, Cleveland horseman, who was recent ly expelled by the National Trotting Association, today received notice fr om W H Groucher, secretary of the association, that President C P Johns on had suspended the decision of the board of review that Nuckolls wou ld be heard at the spring meeting. Nuckolls was suspended for breach of t he rules for refusing to turn his horse over to another driver. Spouse  name in 1920 Census is Annette There are literally hundreds of articles in nationwide papapers concerning his involvement with horses. Buying, trading, racing, etc. Too many to transcribe here. The Chronicle Telegram Elyria Ohio 10 July 1926 Vance Nuckols, N Randall, Ohio This seems to indicate he lived past 1944 The Berkshire Evening Eagle Pittsfield Massachusetts 25 October 1944 Cleary named managing director of race track-Takes the place of Sam Nucko ls who leaves at the end of the week for California where he will be presi ding steward at Hollywood Park.

[NI6629] Date: 1896-07-19; Paper: The Morning Herald Mr Maurice Nuckols of the firm Arnold & Constable of New York passes throu gh the city today for a little visit to his family before going on to N ew York City Jan 23 1897 The Morning Herald A Footpad Holds Up Mr Morris Nuckols, Who Uses His Knife Mr Morris Nuckols, the popular dry goods drammer who is here for the prese nt, was held up by a foot pad on West High Street while returning from a b usiness engagement early last evening. When near Patterson street a man su ddenly stepped from behind a tree at the curb and ordered "hand up." On ac count of the utter darkness of the street, Mr Nuckols had taken the precau tion to place his knife in a convenient place. When the command of han ds up was given he complied immediately, but the open knife was in his rig ht hand. An instant later he made a thrust at his assailant, but the latt er was too quick for him, jumping back and making his escape down Patters on street. Mr Nuckols does not think he had any weapon other than a stic k. He was a white man and wore a stubby beard. Date: July 27, 1905 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Morning Herald Mrs S V Nuckols and her son Morris left yesterday for Crab Orchard to spe nd several weeks for the benefit of Mr Nuckols Health Social and Personal (News Article) Date: 1905-08-18; Paper: The Lexington Herald Mr Morris Nuckols has recovered from his illness with the fever and is ab le to be out again. Date: March 19, 1908 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Lexington Herald (this sho uld be Morrris) Hospital Stays- Good Samaritan Louis Nuckols, son of samuel V Nuckols of West Second St, spent a good nig ht Mar 29, 1908 Lexington Herald Maurice Nuckols May Now Recover Maurice Nuckols, upon whom a serious operation was performed at Good Samar itan Hospital Friday night, was sleeping quietly and was considered much i mproved at the hospital at midnight last night. Mr Nuckols recently underw ent an operation for mastoiditis after having a serious attack of the grip pe, and last week developed fluid on the brain. The fluid was removed in t he operation Friday night, which was performed by Doctors Offutt and Stuck y, and it is believed the patient is on the road to recovery. Date: April 1, 1908 Location: North Carolina Paper: Charlotte Observer Mrs Walter Magee Annette has been called to Kentucky to be at the bedsi de of her brother Mr Morris Nuckols who is critically ill At the Hospitals (News Article) Date: 1908-04-03; Paper: The Lexington Herald A third operation was performed on Morris Nuckols at the Good Samaritan Ho spital last night and fluid was taken from the barin. The operation seem ed to relieve the patient considerably and he was resting better at midnig ht than he had been for several nights, The first operation several wee ks ago was for mstoids following a sever case of the grippe. The second w as for fluid at the base of the brain. This was last week. The patient d id not improve satisfactorily and a third ws performed last night with t he result related. If Mr Nuckols continues to improve he will soon be we ll whereas a few days ago his life  was nearly despaired of. Lexington Herald 4/8/1908 Morris Nuckols Very ILL A telephone message from the Good Samaritan Hospital at an early hour th is morning was to the effect that Morris Nuckols was critically ill. The g ravest fears are felt for his life. He has undergone 2 operations within t he past few days, one for mastoids and the other for fronation on the bra in and has withstood 4 operations in all. Date: April 9, 1908 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Morris Nuckols No Better The condition of Morris Nuckols, patient at the Good Samaritan hospital re mains unchanged. He spent a restless night and was still alive this mornin g. The Lexington Herald 4/16/1908 Morris Nuckols Dies At Hospital Subbumbs After Three Operations primarily Due to Mastoiditis Morris T Nuckols, son of Capt Samuel V Nuckols of 462 West Second St, di ed at the Good Samaritan Hospital yesterdy morning at 5:30 o'clock aft er a lingering illness from brain trouble. Mr Nuckols was taken ill with g rippe several weeks ago and was taken to the hospital where he underwe nt an operation for mastoiditis. He appeared to recover from the effec ts of the operation and was doing nicely when the brain trouble set i n. He was suffering from fluid on the brain and three operations were perf ormed. After the last operation he appeared to revive and his recovery w as hoped fro. He was able to recognize his relatives and attending physici ans and was conscious, but Tuesday he suffered a relapse and his death occ ured early yesterdy morning. Mr Nuckols was 34 years of age, and had be en connected with various insurance companies in this and other citie s. He is survived by his parents, a brother, Vara(sic), of Cleveland and t wo married sisters, Mrs M Annette and  Mrs E P Hall. The funeral exercis es will be held Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from the residence on sec ond street, Dean Wm T Capers officiating. The interment will be in Lexingt on Cemetery Date: 1908-04-17; Paper: The Lexington Herald The funeral services of Morris Thomas Nuckols will take place at his la te residence on West Second Street this afternoon at one o'clock, De an Wm T Capers officiating. The pallbearers will be James M Guthrie, B F G uthrie, Charles W Guthrie, Wm Peak, Dr R B Waddy, R C Ware Charlotte Daily Observer 4/19/1908 Death of Mr Nuckols Brother of Mrs W M Annette of This City, Dead in Lexington, Kentucky Intelligence has reached here of the death of Mr Morrris T Nuckols of Lexi ngton Kentucky, a brother of Mrs Walter Magee Annette of this city. The Le xington Leader has the follwing account of the sad event: " (same as above )

[DI6629] Name:  «tab»Morris Thomas Nuckols Death Date: «tab»15 Apr 1908 Death Location: «tab»Fayette Good Samaritan Hosp Residence Location: «tab»Fayette City of Lexington for 19 years Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»Oct Age 34 Occ; Life Insurance Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»S V Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Martha R Thomas Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Informant S V Nuckols, 472 2nd St Lexington COD- Brain abcess

[NI6630] Date: 1921-11-05; Paper: The Lexington Herald Mrs Walter Annette of New York is visiting her mother Mrs S V Nuckols and will be here until Mrs Nuckols and her sister Mrs James Guthrie of Shel byville leave to spend the winter "in the south'"

[HI6630] (Research):The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 72 page 246 Mrs. Jane Nuckols Annette. DAR ID Number: 71689 Born in Shelby County, Ky. Wife of Walter Magee Annette. Descendant of William Poage. Daughter of Samuel Vance Nuckols (b. 1839) and Martha Rebecca Thomas (b. 1 840), his wife, m. 1868. Granddaughter of Morris Thomas (1796-1871) and Amanda Jane Wright (1810-90 ), his 2nd wife, m. 1836. Gr-granddaughter of Oswald Thomas (1769-1853) and Mary Elizabeth Poage (17 75-1854), his wife, m. 1793. Gr-gr-granddaughter of William Poage and Ann Kennedy, his wife. William Poage (1735-78) a patriot and soldier, was killed by the Indian s, 1778, while protecting the frontier settlements. He was born in Irelan d. Also No. 65603.

[NI6631] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 b4/1/1888 IN living in Jay Co, Dunkirk, IN married with wife and two children signed 6/5/1917 U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Oscar Arthur Nuckols Birth Date: 1 Apr 1888 Residence: Jay, Indiana 302 E Center St, Dunkirk Birth: Jay, Indiana Race: White Roll: WW2_2369015 Notify-Amy Nuckols Emp-Armstrong Cork Co

[NI6632] Social Security Death Index about Amy Nuckols Name: Amy Nuckols SSN: 313-58-8360 Last Residence: 47336  Dunkirk, Jay, Indiana, United States of America Born: 27 Mar 1887 Died: Jul 1972 State (Year) SSN issued: Indiana (1967-1968 )

[NI6634] Name:    Nuckols, Walter B Father:    Oscar Mother:    Amy Ridgway County:    Jay Gender:    M Birth Date:    10 Jan 1911 Reference:    Jay County, Indiana Index to Birth Records 1882 - 1920 Inclusive Volume I Letters A - Z Inclusive Book:    H-14 Page:    97

[NI6639] I noticed you have a Jennie F Shellhouse in your family tree. I have located her headstone, but it is largely buried, and in danger of being lost. I am interested in uncovering it, but feel the need for familiar permission. I was wondering if you know of any living relative of said Jennie? «u»jroguetech@gmail.com «/u»

[NI6640] Youngest of nineteen children

[NI6642] Md Harriet A Scott

[NI6644] Md Thomas B Shepherd

[XI6645] Wife of George Nuckolls. Note: Elvira was 32 years,3 months and 12 days old when she passed. Stone is broken and death date cannot be read. Month begins with M. Because her daughter died Mar 11 infant, I am taking on the assumtion she died in childbirth and using the same date.

[NI6650] Name: «tab»Wm. Alfred Pyle Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Death Date: «tab»17 May 1921 Death Place: «tab»Chatham, Sangamon, Illinois Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»90 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1831 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Illinois Father: «tab»Thompson Pyle Father's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Father's Birth Place: «tab»Ky. Mother: «tab»Margaret Mother's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Woodside Farms Residence: «tab»Chatham Street Address: «tab» Spouse: «tab» Spouse's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Spouse's Birthplace: «tab» Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4008104 Image Number: «tab»295 Film Number: «tab»1570363 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 16269

[DI6653] Name: «tab»Mollie Ophelia Newsom Death Date: «tab»13 Apr 1932 Death Place: «tab»Precinct One, Johnson, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»79 years 1 month 11 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab»3-5-1853 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Tenn Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»R. O. Newsom Father's Name: «tab»W.G. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ill Mother's Name: «tab»Liza Polk Mother's Birthplace: Tn«tab» Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: Mansfield«tab» Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»4/14/1932 Additional Relatives: Inf- Mrs J D Strand Inf- MRs J D STrand, 1002 Forrest Avem, Cleveland, TN«tab» Film Number: «tab»2135872 Digital Film Number: «tab»4163666 Image Number: «tab»1389 Reference Number: «tab»cn 17551 Source Citation "Texas Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JFN5-ZV1 : accessed 13 April 2012), Mollie Ophelia Newsona (1932).

[NI6654] WILLIAM SHELBY NUCKOLLS. It is fitting that the midday of a life filled wi th industry should be crowded with those Providential blessings which a re bestowed as labor's reward, and it is an occasion for unrestrained dome stic felicitation when those social, moral and financial obligations of o ur domestic fabric have been so met as to fill the esthetic and ethical re quirements and to place the home in substantial and material   independenc e. In this connection it is our privilege to present to our readers a li fe  record not incompatible with the spirit of our introductory referenc e, and ask their indulgence while the career of the subject of this artic le is passed in review. William Shelby Nuckolls is one of the substantial ranchmen and farme rs of Clay county. Within a score of years he has passed from obscuri ty to opulence, and Dame Fortune has so shaped and fashioned his affai rs as to place him in the category of eminently successful business me n. He was born in Hardeman county, Tennessee, January 31, 1854, of parent s, William G. and Eliza (Polk) Nuckolls, now resident  farmers near Kelle r, in Tarrant county, Texas, where they settled in the year 1880. His fath er and mother were natives to Tennessee, the former born in Hardin count y,  February, 1830, and a son of William Nuckolls, an early settler ther e. William Nuckolls was a Colonel of the Tennessee militia, in the old tra ining days, and Kentucky contributed him from her population toward the ea rly settlement of the state. His  ancestors were Virginians. The Polks we re from Maury county, Tennessee, of the  Scotch line and from North Caroli na to that county. Shelby Polk was the grandfather  of our subject and h is daughter Eliza died in Tarrant county, Texas, in 1890. The issue of William G. and Eliza Nuckolls were: Charles, Macon  county, T ennessee (note from Ken - should read Macon, in Fayette County, TN); Molli e, wife of R. O. Nawsom, of Mansfield, Texas; William S. and Lenora, decea sed wife of James Burnett, left a son in Tarrant county.   The school advantages of William S. Nuckolls were not at all good a nd he acquired only a scant knowledge of the three r's, experience doing t he rest. He attended a   subscription school at Bolivar, Tennessee, wh en a young man and made the most of his  advancement there. He began li fe as a tenant of the farm and prospered some from  the start. When he ca me to Texas he went to Austin by rail and there bought a horse and began h is search for a location. He stopped in Tarrant county and again beca me a tenant on some other man's farm. In 1884 he came into Clay county a nd entered an eighty acre tract near Buffalo Springs--scrap land belongi ng to the state--and upon this   he began the erection of the superstructu re of his modest fortune. It was the stock business that led him into t he channel of success and as his profits came he invested in  lands from t ime to time, his first purchase being one of three hundred and twenty acr es on Buffalo creek, six hundred and forty acres of the Harris and O'Conn or tract, three  hundred and twenty acres of the James Harris tract, fo ur hundred and ninety acres of   the William Shields tract and another thr ee hundred and twenty acre piece of the   James Harris land, making, in al l, two thousand one hundred and seventy acres, six hundred and fifty of wh ich is devoted to the products of the farm. Mr. Nuckolls made the acquaintance of hard work early life and it has rema ined his   fast and sincere friend through life. Its effects have told up on his constitution and the tread of fifty- one years has left traces of p remature age and the tinge of gray and the  furrowed brow tell the exte nt to which his vital energies have been taxed. In 1900 he  took up reside nce in Dallam county, where he entered four sections of land and made h is home in the far northwest until he proved up on his claim, returni ng to Clay county  with his family at the close of 1904. June 23, 1895, William S. Nuckolls and Georgie Fair were married in Bellev ue, Texas. Mrs. Nuckolls is a daughter of Michael and Louisa (Rohrer) Fai r, from Cumberland county, New Jersey. Her parents resided in Washita coun ty, Oklahoma, and have children: Alice E., wife of Richard Johnson; Ell en K., wife of Charles Walker; Harvey; Lydia B., who married John Bridge s; Mrs. Nuckolls, born in New Jersey, July 4, 1871; Irene, wife of Frank J ohnson; and Josephine, married   Lee Burson. The children are nearly all l ocated near their parents and are engaged in farming or are living on t he farm. Mr. and Mrs. Nuckolls' children are: Willie C., born January 31, 1897; Win nifred, born Septemer 22, 1898, and Lawrence, born October 2, 1901. The Nuckolls allied themselves with Democracy in politics and the grandfat her and the  father of our subject were more or less in the service of t he native heath. William Nuckolls, our subject's grandsire, was a Union m an during the Rebellion, but his son,    William G., served in the ar ms of the south. The latter was a deputy sheriff at Bolivar, Tennessee, b ut his son, of this review, has not made politics his business or ev en a  pastime. The family are Christians of the Baptist faith and Mr. Nuck olls is a firm believer in the teachings and good works of the Master. B. B. Paddock, History and Biographical Record of North and West Texas (Ch icago: Lewis  Publishing Co., 1906), Vol. II, pp. 491-492.  Copyright © 20 00-2001 Datatrace Systems  P.O. Box 1587, Stephenville, TX 76401 | tel./f ax (254) 965-6979 datatrace@htcomp.net William Shelby Nuckolls apparently died sometime in the period 1906-190 9.  I do not have an exact date.  Texas may have a death certificate on hi m, but the death records are rather sparse back then. I base this ran ge of death on the fact that his wife Georgia E. had remarried to Van M. D ishman by the time of the 1910 census (official census date of  15 April 1910).  I assume a normal period between the dea th of William Shelby Nuckolls and the widow's remarriage, say a ye ar or so (based on Hubert Dishman's birth c1910, I would guess the coup le married about 1909).  Van M. Dishman, husband of Georgie E. (Fair) Nuck olls Dishman, by the way, was a stepson, age 17, b. June 1882, in the 19 00 Clay Co., TX., census, HH of Henry Allen.  Henry Allen was living rig ht next door to William Shelby Polk and Georgia Nuckolls, the future Mrs. Van M. Dishman.  Van and Georgia had one son named Hubert Dishman, b. c1910-1911, TX.  They were all three still living as of the 19 30 census in Clay Co., TX.  I have no further information on them. Bill Po lk, Kansas City, MO. billpolk@publicnetworking.org The Fort-Worth Telegram 8/17/1906 Word has been received in Fort Worth of the death of W S Nuckolls of Buffa lo Springs Texas which occured Aug 10. Mr Nuckolls was born and rais ed in Tennessee and had been a resident of Clay County for 20 years. His p rincipal business was stock raising.

[NI6661] I located information about Elijah Nelson and Martha Nuchols that you ha ve on Ancertry.com.  I am trying to identify whether this Elijah Nels on is the father of Elijah Randolph Nelson, born Jan. 22, 1840 in Blount C o., TN and married Amanda Clarenda Clemens, born May 8, 1841 in Blount C o. TN who is the daughter of Peter Clemens and Mary Rowan.  I am a dire ct descendent of Elijah Randolph Nelson.  I have information that Martha N uchols is the daughter of Thomas Nuchols, born August 31, 1795 in North Ca rolina and died May 28, 1874 in Blount Co., TN.  Martha married an Elij ah Nelson, but I am not sure that this is the father of Elijah Randolph Ne lson.  Can you help me? Thanks, Nick Nelson MIRANICK@AOL.COM

[HI6661] (Research):Married first Nancy Kinnamon  Blount Co, TN 9/8/1835

[NI6665] Home in 1860: District 8, Blount, Tennessee pg65 Gender: Male Post Office: Maryville Value of real estate: View image Household Members: Name Age Richard Nichols 39 Rebecca Nichols 42 Isaack Nichols 19 James Nichols 15 Sarah Nichols 6 One of the grandchildren of Richard, wrote the following, on an unknown da te;     "My mother's cousin, Thom Nuchols, said that the father of Thomas Nuch ols was Silvester Nuchols. He came to Blount County, died around 1830, a nd was buried in an old cemetery on Crooked Creek. Grandfather Richard vol unteered for the Confederate Army; did not serve very long and he was call ed home because of his wife's sickness. But while in the army, he made fri ends by helping his army buddies write letters to their home folk. Wh en at home, he helped the wives to write letters to their husbands in t he army, because they could not read or write. History notes in the Whi te Family describe this good deed.     Rebecca White died, in 1856, during the civil war, and Richard sold h is farm during that year.     Richard possessed a legal mind; just following the civil war, he was l iving and working in a Veterans Home in Waynesville, North Carolina, a nd he helped widows secure their pensions. As a part of his work, he help ed Rachel Massey Davis, (Mrs. William Davis), to secure her 1812 war pensi on.     While helping Rachel, he met her daughter Mary Anne Davis, who bec ame his wife in 1865.     Richard was esquire of Blount County and was a representative of Tenne ssee's State Legislature in 1885. he was a man of strong Christian charact er and his church preference was the Baptist. He reared his family on Croo ked Creek and his second family at Wellstown, in Blount County. A short ti me before he died, Mary Anne bought land near the railroad in East Maryvil le, now near Union School, so their sons could use the train to and from K noxville each day for their University work. In the Wills and Deeds of Blount County, is the following 'Richard Nuchols to Joseph Broady; 4/7/1865; $5.00 pd., 285 ac., is whe re I live; jns. John Russell, James Hall, Grindstaff, et al; also, my sto ck and personality; I owe W.H. Clemens, security with B.T. Nuchols, and wi th J.P Nuchols, to James B. Russel, owe Frank Hannah,Dr; John W. Cates; wi t. M.H. Lane, Thomas Baker; ack. 4/7/1865, Thos Sanderson, clerk; reg. 4/7 /1865, R.E. Tedford, reg.' 'Richard Nuchols to Henry Russell 10/11/1850 $2 00.00 pd., 104 1/2 ac. on waters of Crooked Creek; jns myself, Jesse Walla ce's entry, James Grindstaff, Isaac Russell; wit. Jacob Long, James H. Gri ndstaff; ack. 10/11/1850, Robert A. Tedford, clk reg. 11/24/1850, and McCl ain, reg.' Rebecca: Rebecca's full name has been given as Sarah Rebecca a nd Nancy Rebecca, but I have no proof of this at this time. Richard could not be found in Blount Co, TN for 1870.  Did he go to Tex as with his son James W and brother David, then return to Blount Co. TN. 1870 Titus Co, Mt Pleasant pg 78  (brot David on pg 78) Richard Nuchels 57 farmer, TN Margaret 26 TN Martha 6 TN Sarah 18 TN John 4 TN William 2 TX Richard volunteered for the Confederate Army; did not serve very long a nd he was called home because of his wife's sickness. But while in the arm y, he made friends by helping his army buddies write letters to their home folk. When at home, he helped the wives to write letters to their husban ds in the army, because they could not read or write. History notes in t he White Family describe this good deed.     Rebecca White died, in 1856, during the civil war, and Richard sold h is farm during that year.     Richard possessed a legal mind; just following the civil war, he was l iving and working in a Veterans Home in Waynesville, North Carolina, a nd he helped widows secure their pensions. As a part of his work, he help ed Rachel Massey Davis, (Mrs. William Davis), to secure her 1812 war pensi on.     While helping Rachel, he met her daughter Mary Anne Davis, who bec ame his wife in 1865.     Richard was esquire of Blount County and was a representative of Tenne ssee's State Legislature in 1885. he was a man of strong Christian charact er and his church preference was the Baptist. He reared his family on Croo ked Creek and his second family at Wellstown, in Blount County. A short ti me before he died, Mary Anne bought land near the railroad in East Maryvil le, now near Union School, so their sons could use the train to and from K noxville each day for their University work. In the Wills and Deeds of Blount County, is the following 'Richard Nuchols to Joseph Broady; 4/7/1865; $5.00 pd., 285 ac., is whe re I live; jns. John Russell, James Hall, Grindstaff, et al; also, my sto ck and personality; I owe W.H. Clemens, security with B.T. Nuchols, and wi th J.P Nuchols, to James B. Russel, owe Frank Hannah,Dr; John W. Cates; wi t. M.H. Lane, Thomas Baker; ack. 4/7/1865, Thos Sanderson, clerk; reg. 4/7 /1865, R.E. Tedford, reg.' 'Richard Nuchols to Henry Russell 10/11/1850 $2 00.00 pd., 104 1/2 ac. on waters of Crooked Creek; jns myself, Jesse Walla ce's entry, James Grindstaff, Isaac Russell; wit. Jacob Long, James H. Gri ndstaff; ack. 10/11/1850, Robert A. Tedford, clk reg. 11/24/1850, and McCl ain, reg.' Rebecca: Rebecca's full name has been given as Sarah Rebecca a nd Nancy Rebecca, but there is no proof of this at this time.

[XI6666] NUCHOLS, Sarah "Sallie" GAMBLE 3/17/1829-12/19/1896

[DI6669] Name: «tab»James Waters Nuchols Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»03 Oct 1922 Event Place: «tab»Maryville, Blount, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»68 Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»28 Apr 1854 Birthplace: «tab»Blount Co., Tenn. Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Thomas Nuchols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Va. Mother: «tab»Mary Waters Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Blount Co. Occupation: «tab»Farmer Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Pleasant Grove Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»05 Oct 1922 Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab»X Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184080 Image Number: «tab»833 Film Number: «tab»1299740 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»v 2 cn 283

[NI6670] A.J. Nuchols moved all over Blount County. He and his children knew a l ot of people and shared their memories with others. A. J. would go to Ever ett High School and share stories about living after the Civil War. In the Maryville Times, Thursday, May 14, 1925, was the following:    Mrs. A.J. Nuchols who has been seriously ill with cancer is no bette r. Mr. and Mrs H.A. Kidd and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nuchols and son spent Sund ay with their mother, who is seriously ill. From an edition of the Maryville Times, Thursday, August 27, 1925, came t he following: Fiftieth Wedding Anniversary Observed     A very unusual but elegantly planned "Open House Social," was giv en by Miss Agnes Nuchols at her home on Knoxville Avenue in observan ce of the Fiftieth Anniversary of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Nuchols.     The entire home was thrown open to the guests. the color scheme carri ed out was gold and green in decorations and courses served. I receiving l ine were Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Nuchols and Miss Agnes Nuchols. Mrs. Nuchols wo re white crepe beaded dress. Miss Agnes Nuchols wore blue handed-painted c repe dress. The many useful and beautiful gifts were on display in the par lor which was decorated with gift flowers. In the hall under a green and g old arch was Mrs. Ralph Tucker, Sr., presiding over the punch bowl. She w as gowned in gold georgette beaded dress.     The dining room, where the guests were served a salad course, was beau tiful in gold and green. The table was overlaid in gold and green. In t he center was a gold basket on a mirror encircled by vines and golden r od and above hung from a chandelier a golden bell and streamers to each co rner of the table and from the bell draped a "Cupid." The salad course ser ved was of gold, and was served by Miss Nuchols and her Neice, Miss Loui se Clemens, who wore pink Voile Costume.     The receiving hours were from 9 to 11 a.m., and from 1 to 6 p.m., a nd a large number of friends and relatives called during these hours and e njoyed this notable and happy occasion.     The present home of this happy couple is a block away and in view of t he old home of the bride of fifty years ago who was before her marriage Mi ss Elizabeth S. Steele. Another interesting feature was that one gue st at the wedding of this couple was also present at the anniversary celeb ration. "Uncle" Elijah Nuchols, the oldest member living now of the Nucho ls generation. As noted earlier, Elizabeth had cancer, and at one point w as very ill. The following was taken from the Maryville Times, Monday, June 29, 1925. AN APPRECIATION     Mrs. Andrew J. Nuchols who resides at her home on the Knoxville Pike w rites the following note of appreciation in behalf of her cousin, Mr. Will ard H. Saults, who is founder of the Cancer Hospital, located in Centrali a, Washington, and who has cured her of cancer, with which she has been su ffering for over four years. He did not charge for the treatment as he wis hed to see if she could be cured by sending treatment to her by mail, a nd she was indeed cured and is in fine health. Her letter of appreciati on follows: Maryville, Tennessee, June 1925; To the Editor:    Some two or three years ago, you published an article in your paper, te lling of the beautiful hospital then being built by one of our former Mary ville boys, Mr. Willard H. Saults, in memory of Dr. J.M. Saults, his fathe r, who passed away in Cades Cove in 1914. Little did we dream at that ti me that his good work would reach back here, and save the lives of us livi ng so far away from this wonderful institution. Some time ago I wrote aski ng Mr. Saults what could be done for me without me going to the expen se of traveling to Centralia, Washington, where this Hospital is located. He at once had his head doctor furnish me with the necessary ointment to t ake it off; and I now feel that I am as well as ever; and it did not co st me one penny. I simply felt that his old Blount County friends wou ld be interested to know the good work he is doing there; and that he is n ot doing it for money alone. This all happened after I had been treated he re with X-Ray, etc., and had about given up all hope of ever getting wel l. This is not written in was of a testimonial; but because I feel that th ose who read of this hospital at that time would be interested to know wh at they are doing after three years active work. I also feel proud of wh at has been done for me; and without any cost to me whatever. Respectfull y, Mrs. Andrew Nuchols.

[DI6670] Name: «tab»Andrew Jackson Nuchols Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»07 May 1947 Event Place: «tab»Maryville, Blount, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»90 Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»16 Jul 1856 Birthplace: «tab»Blount, Tennessee Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Thomas Nuchols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Blount, Tennessee Mother: «tab»Mary Waters Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Blount, Tennessee Occupation: «tab»Retired Farmer Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab»Maryville, Blount, Tennessee Cemetery: «tab»Clark'S Burial Place: «tab»Blount Co., Tennessee Burial Date: «tab»09 May 1947 Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184922 Image Number: «tab»2333 Film Number: «tab»2137382 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn9491

[NI6678] I.T. Nuchols, commonly known as Doc, died suddenly Monday noon at his ho me near Block House. He had been here in town in the forenoon and soon aft er returning home, dropped dead from heart trouble. He was about 64 yea rs old and was one of the substantial citizens of the county. He was a Con federate Friday, April 22, 1904 BLOUNT COUNTY, TN - NEWSPAPERS - Miscellaneous Arti cles, 1832 - 1905

[NI6679] James Wesley must have been quite a character, and was pretty well kno wn by most people, according to letters and documents available. I receiv ed copies of four letters that were written to James Hall, which was in t he Civil War at the time. Two were written by Mr. Hall's wife, one from h is dad, and one from George Cross. Three of the four contained informati on and speculation about James Wesley Nuchols. I have included some of t he things pertaining to Wesley. The first is dated May 14, 1864.     James, you wanted to know what had become of Wesley Nuchols. The repor ts that you have heard about Wesley out there are all false. He is not wi th the rebels, nor is he a bushwhacker as is reported. He was tak en up by Mr. Sanderson, the provost at Maryville on the old scrape that M r. Clark brought against him. They were taking him to Knoxville and he esc aped, and is now taking care of himself the best he can. That is the mo st that I can tell you, but what I have said is the truth. He has never be en in the army since he got away from Mr. Clark, and will not be if he c an help himself. The second one is dated May 24, 1864, from Barbara Hall to James Hall     I must tell you about West Nuchols. The yankees took him, and there we re so many bad cases against him, they sent him off. And I heard yesterd ay that they shot him. He has done so bad, we can't expect nothing else. The third is dated August 21, 1864, from George Cross to James Hall     Well, I guess that you would like to hear what has become of Wes Nucho ls. I can tell you that his trial has been on hands for 3 or 4 weeks. I ha ve not heard anything from him for 3 or 4 days. I think that he wil be se nt off to some prison up north. Tennessee, Civil War Confederate Pension Applications Widow Elizabeth Hubbell Nuckolls App W1044 Blount Co, TN     Although the letters would lead a person to think that James wasn 't in the war, the Blount County Genealogy Society states that Elizabeth r ecieved a war pension from the government for his service in Company K 5 th Tennessee Calvary. In the Maryville Times, Feburary 23 1906, this article was printed; J. Wesley Nuchols and Calvin Russell who have passed to their reward we re both old soldiers but serving on opposing sides, Mr. Nuchols serving f or the Confederacy and Mr. Russell for the Union." NAME:  Nuchols,  James Wesley. WIDOW:  Nuchols,  Elizabeth Hubbell PENSION #:  W1044 COUNTY:  Blount Marysville Times May 28, 2007 Memorial to honor Confederate cavalryman James Wesley Nuchols Maryville, Tenn.- A local Civil War cavalryman will be recognized with a m emorial service and the dedication of a soldier's monument at Maryville, T enn., at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 2. . Great-great-grandson, Wesley R. Burnet te, and Wayne M. Sampson who are members of the Col. Elijah Gates Ca mp of the Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV), Fulton, Mo., will honor Jam es Wesley Nuchols (1844-1906), at the Pleasant Grove Cemetery, 3736 Tuckal eechee Pike, Maryville. James Wesley Nuchols was the great grandson of Silvester Nuchols. Both Sil vester and his son, Thomas, settled in the Crooked Creek area, near Hubbar d, about 1812. Thomas had a large family, six sons and five daughters. Jam es Wesley was the son of Richard A. Nuchols, who was the eldest son of Tho mas Nuchols. Most of the Nuchols' who live in Blount County and eastern Te nnessee today are descended from these eleven children. Simple but colorful pageantry will include a fired salute and a historic al eulogy to Nuchols, who was a private in Co. K of McKenzie's 5th Tenness ee Cavalry Regiment of the Confederate Army. Wesley Burnette and Wayne Sam pson are also Associate Members of the Longstreet-Zollicoffer Camp of Knox ville. All descendents of Silvester Nuchols and their extended families, their fr iends and members of the SCV are invited to attend. For family, it m ay be a special opportunity to meet unknown cousins and distant relative s. Those who may need to be seated are encouraged to bring a folding chair . The Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV) is not affiliated with any other or ganization. The SCV is a historical, patriotic and non-political organizat ion dedicated to insuring that the true history of the South is present ed and taught to future generations.

[DI6681] Name: «tab»Dr. J. D. Nuchols Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»31 Dec 1932 Event Place: «tab»Polk, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»64 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1868 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Spouse: «tab»Mrs. J. D. Nuchols Father: «tab»Richard Nuchols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother: «tab»Mary A. Nuchols 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»4184139 Image Number: «tab»945 Film Number: «tab»1876796 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 28433

[XI6681] Find A grave has no photo of stone but lists DOB 5/25/1868. This conflicts with sibling Wm.

[NI6682] In an 1886 Blount County newspaper, it read of Mattie    " Miss Mattie Nuchols, teacher of school No. 1, is progressing livel y. I heard a man say his little boy had learned more in one week about rea ding than he had in two months at other schools."

[DI6682] Name: «tab»Mattie Henry Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»06 Mar 1927 Event Place: «tab»Blount, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab»Married Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»60 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1867 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Tenn Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Richard Nuchols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn Mother: «tab»Mary Davis Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn Occupation: «tab»Housekeeper Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Baker Creek Burial Date: «tab»08 Mar 1927 Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183299 Image Number: «tab»2002 Film Number: «tab»1876724 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 4486

[NI6686] 9/17/1907 Morton co, ND Montana State Land Office 71.82 acres        Document Nr.: 8116         Accession/Serial Nr.: NDMTAA 047682         BLM Serial Nr.: NDMTAA 047682         2 6/ 140-N 83-W No 5th PM ND Morton         Remarks: LOT 2 OR NWNE QUARTER Bismarck Daily Tribune (Bismarck, North Dakota) 9 March 1906 At Grand Pacific Hotel-S L Nuchols, Mandan Bismarck Daily Tribune (Bismarck, North Dakota) 27 March 1906 Personal-C L Nuchols and Sergeant of Flannigan are with us this day Bismarck Daily Tribune  01 June 1906 Dispite the fact that S L Nuchols was urged with considerable strenousne ss to permit his name to be put on the election ballot opposite Fernidad L eutz as candidate for state senator, he was not so gracious as the other s, and up to the present writing, has not yielded his consent .North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  11 September 1906 At the Northwest Hotel-S L Nuchols, Mandan North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  19 October 1907 Attorney S L Nuchols was over from Mandan yesterday on legal matters North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  16 January 1908 Mandan presents an Array of Handsome and Talented Candidates For JudgeT he judgeship question is warming up slightly this side of the river. The c andidates so far brought to the forefront...Sam Nuchols of Mandan. North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  01 January 1909 Attorney S L Nuchols of Mandan was a visitor between trains Wednesday Nor th Dakota  Bismarck Bismarck Daily Tribune  22 January 1910 Mandan Brakeman Arrested For AssaultAn east end brakeman by the name of S mith was found guilty of assulting Attorney S L Nuchols by a local justi ce court Monday and was fined $10 and costs. The defendant, however, threa tens to appeal the case.The incident which caused the arrest of Smith tran spired one day last week when Mr Nuchols was about to board No 4 for Bisma rk. No 16 also stood in the local yards and was scheduled to follow No 4 e ast. Smith claimed that No 4 was filled with passengers and that he shou ld take No 16. Nuchols insisted on riding No 4 and Smith became hostile a nd committed the assault of which he was found guilty. North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  16 April 1910 S M Nuchols, Proff Sutton and Miss Hannah Estrop, all of Mandan, were nam ed as the executive co-committee of Sunday School Officers, Morton Co Sund ay School Commission North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  29 May 1910 Attorney General- S L Nuchols North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  15 July 1910 Personal- Col S L Nuchols of Mandan was a visitor in the City Thursday ev ening North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  09 August 1910 The Attorney General race was one-sided the incumbent receiving 24,859 vot es....8,605 for the candidate Mr Nuchols of Mandan North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  25 October 1910 Col S L Nuchols, democratic nominee for attorney General was in Bismark S unday visiting North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  27 November 1910 Election Attorney General- Miller 1485, S L Nuchols 560   North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  17 July 1911 Judge S L Nuchols and family have returned from Knoxville Tenn where th ey have been a few weeks. Mrs Nuchols and the children went down with t he intention of spending the summer. Their baby Samuel Junior, however w as taken ill and the judge was summoned two weeks ago . The baby is much b etter but still slightly ill. North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  01 August 1911 Judge Nuchols of Mandan is in the city with board of equalization interes ts North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  18 August 1911 Mandan Judge to Get Quarter- Judge Nuchols came over from Mandan, yesterd ay and registered for some of the Barthold land while here. North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  18 September 1911 Passing Worthless Checks- Ed Johnson sentenced by Judge Nuchols to one ye ar in the penetentiary.   North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  09 October 1911 Judge Nuchols of Mandan was also in the city and he says he is not takli ng nor taking any part in politics, but is interested in the instituti on of the lodge of Elks which will take place in Mandan next Saturay night . North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  16 October 1911 The initiation of Judge Nuchols was one of the great matters of interes t. Many friends came to see the judge perform and there were some so me an that they wanted to see him become so gentled that he would eat o ut of their hand. The judge is a Tennessean and he likes to meet his adver sary face to face.....When Judge Nuchols was through he turned to a frie nd and said that it was as mild and soothin as a Gladstone Hotel bed and C harlie Klaus handed the judge a really good cigarthat he just happen ed to have North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  13 January 1912 Builders of the Commonwealth by Col Ben G Whitehead-Judge Samuel L Nuchol s A decade counts for much in the great northwest, where a man is measured f or what he is more than for what he has, and the career of Judge Nuchols h as proven that the people were quick to recognize his fitness for the lead ership which he has never abused. Judge Nuchols is a native of Tennesse e, where he was educated in the law. He came to North Dakota and locat ed in Mandan and from the first he found that success which will attend m en of character and strength as well as ability. Within ten years of his c oming here, Judge Nuchols was called to the district bench, and there to o, he immediately displayed the qualities which have endeared him to tho se who have known him intimately. Learned in the law, a man of wide experi ence and great intelligence, he has taken a high place among the juditia ry of the state , and the men of North Dakota are looking toward the gentl eman from Morton for a great judicial career. The absolute honesty of th is  strong man , readerd in the atmosphere of the Hermitage and profiti ng by the traditions which surround that historic spot, has made the peop le of not only of his district, but of the state at large, applaud the wo rk that he is doing. He gave up a large law practice to go upon the benc h, and the people appreciate his sacrifice.Judge Nuchols was from earlie st manhood deeply interested in the military life of his native state a nd that interest attended his life in North Dakota. His proficiency was su ch, and his character so commended that he was made judge advocate gener al of the state militia with the rank of colonel, and his every duty was d ischarged in a way that would have brought pride to his old comrades in t he southland. Judge Nuchols was married at Knoxville, Tenn  in 1902 to Mi ss Minne Vance and three children have come to them.Judge Nuchols was ci ty attorney of Manden for six years.(Photo) North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  17 January 1912 Over From Mandan- B W Shaw former partner of Judge Nuchols os Manan is sp ending the afternoon here looking for legal business North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  14 Feb 1912 Judge Nuchols Has Grip-Judge Samuel Nuchols has been the victim of la grip pe for a few days but is now reported much better. He will be able to atte nd to his official duties in a very few days it is now stated. North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  16 February 1912 Judge Dines Judge-Judge S L Nuchols of Mandan arrived in the city Thursd ay morning and spent a portion of the day visiting Judge Fiske. Mr Nucho ls left for home in the evening on the Mott train. North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  20 February 1912 to Valley City- Judge Nuchols left Monday for Valley City to hold court f or Judge Coffey in severla cases where the later has been disqualified. North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  29 February 1912 Attorney J V McCormick of New Salem was down on legal matters before Jud ge Nuchols Wednesday North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  29 March 1912 Appointed Delegates- Gov John Burke yesterday appointed Hon S L Nucho ls of Mandan and Capt Isaac P Baker of Bismark as delegates to the Nation al Waterway Convention to be hild in Nashville Tn April 8, 9, 10   North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  11 May 1912 Judge Nuchols Returns-Judge Nuchols and Court Stenographer Broderick retur ned yesterday from Stanton where they spent a week. The judge was sitti ng at the regular spring term of court for Mercer County. There were twel ve cases on the calendar, but only one, a minor civil suit, was complet ed at this time. North Dakota  Bismarck  Bismarck Daily Tribune  14 May 1912 Judge Nuchols Here-Judge Samuel L Nuchols of Mandan was a prominent visit or in the department of state this morning.   Bismarck Daily Tribune (Bismarck, North Dakota) 13 June 1912 Judge Nuchols and Court Stenographer Broderick returned yesterday from Cen ter, Oliver County where they held a short and unevenful ter... of court t he fore part of thr week. A few citizens were made and one minor civil act ion was tried. Bismarck Daily Tribune (Bismarck, North Dakota) 9 Jan 1915 Ex-Judge S L Nuchols who resigned from the bench of the Twelfth Judicial D istrict on Wednesday is in a quandery following his appointment to defe nd George Red Fox, the Sioux Indian..... ND Death Index Search NUCHOLS, SAMUEL L 01/11/1928 Burleigh MALE 57 Years 99/99/9999 North Dako ta Burleigh

[XI6686] Plot: SOUTHSIDE, lot 72, grv 4 GPS (lat/lon): 0.00052, 4

[NI6687] Name:  «tab»Charles Nuchols Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Age: «tab»66y 1m 10d  Married Occ- Pres American Hardware & Equip Co, Wholesale Hdwe Birth Date: «tab»22 Sep 1874 Birth Place: «tab»Maryville, Tennessee, United States Death Date: «tab»22 Jul 1941 Death Location: «tab»Charlotte, Mecklenburg Spouse's Name: «tab»Mary Francis Lee Father's Name: «tab»Richard Nuchols Mother's Name: «tab»Mary Davis RESIDENCE: «tab»Charlotte, Mecklenburg, North Carolina Informant L D Nuckols 1623 E Morehead Ave, Charlotte, NC Charles A. Nuchols and James Duke founded American Hardware and Equipment Company, in Charlotte, North Carolina, on March 29, 1917. Later, Charles bought out James Duke, and the company was then headed by Lawrence, the son of Charles and Molly

[NI6688] 1900 Census - Sallie Williams, Niece, b 8/1887

[DI6688] Name: «tab»Elijah Nuchols Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»16 Jun 1929 Event Place: «tab»Blount County, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»83 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1846 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Wesly Nuchols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Mother: «tab»Katherine Nelson Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Occupation: «tab»Farmer Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Pleasant Grove Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»17 Jun 1929 Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183618 Image Number: «tab»1943 Film Number: «tab»1876753 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 14427

[HI6689] (Research):1980 census says she is age 22, but born after 1850 census.

[DI6689] Name: «tab»Sarah E. Williams Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»14 Apr 1921 Event Place: «tab»Maryville, Blount, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»69 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1852 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Wesley Nuchols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother: «tab»Katherin Nelson 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»4184013 Image Number: «tab»738 Film Number: «tab»1299727 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»136

[NI6701] (back) Nuckols Aubrey C. Sr. Mary Bagby Nov. 23, 1907 June 25, 1905 June 2, 1978 Jan. 15, 1964 "Absent in Body, but present in Spirit"

[DI6701] Aubrey C Nuckols, Sr of Rt 1, Louisa died Friday, June 2, 1978 in a Richmond hospital. Funeral services were held Sunday, June 4 at 3 p.m. at Holly Grove Christian Church, with interment in the Nuckols family cemetery. Rev Garland Sparks, Rev Joe Riackley, Rev Willie Nuckols, pastor of Holly Grove Christian Church, conducted services. Pallbearers were Sam Dymacek, Donald Lee Atkins, Tom Lacy, Claud Reetil, Walter Butler and Henry Kennon. He is survived by his mother, Mrs Effie Bagby Nuckols, two sons, Aubrey C Nuckols Jr of Louisa; Carlton C Nuckols Sr of Beaverdam; three daughters, Mrs Gretna N Walton of Pendleton; Mrs Elizabeth N Davis of Bumpass; Mrs Barbara N Sprouse of Louisa; six brothers, Charlie W Sr of Richmond, Conway J of Montpelier, Rev Willie G of Mechanicsville, Robert L of Richmond, Clyde B of Glen Allen and Earl T Nuckols of Richmond; five sisters, Mrs Nina N Bryant of Richmond, Mrs Virginia N Dandridge, Mrs Frances N Mille, Mrs Irene N Smith, all of Mechanicsville, Mrs Lois N Clare of Richmond, nineteen grandchildren, seven great grandchildren. Mr Nuckols was born in Hanover County, November 23, 1907 a son of Mr Effie Bagby Nuckols and the late Ashby C Nuckols. He was a member of Holly Grove Christian Church. He was a lumberman. Lacy Funeral Home , Orchid, had charge of arrangements.

[DI6705] Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - January 17, 2003 Aubrey Cortez Nuckols Jr., 75, died peacefully at his home on  Thursday, J anuary 16, 2003. He was retired from the lumber  business. Mr. Nuckols w as born October 25, 1927 in Louisa County  and was preceded in death by h is father, Aubrey Cortez Nuckols Sr.;  his mother, Mary Elizabeth Bagby Nu ckols; his first wife, Mary  Elizabeth Kennon Nuckols and a sister, Gret na Nuckols Walton, all of  Louisa County, Va. He is survived by his wif e, Gracie S. Nuckols;seven children, A.C. Nuckols III, R. Garland Nuckols, Diane Nuckols,  Ash by Johnson Nuckols, Frances J. Groome, Barbara A. Barrett and  James M. Cl ine Sr., all of Louisa County; two sisters, Mary N. Davisand Barbara N. Sprouse of Louisa County; one brother, Carlton Cortez  Nuck ols of Beaverdam, Va., 16 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren  and a num ber of nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at  2 p.m. Sunda y, January 19, 2003 at Woodward Funeral Home, Louisa,  Va. The pallbeare rs are Brian "BJ" Barrett, William "Bucky" Harris, Joe  Harris, Roger Brow ning, Jimmy Cox and Thomas Groome. The family  will receive friends fr om 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, January 18,  2003 at the funeral home. In terment at Spring Grove Memorial Park  Cemetery, Mineral, Va. The family e xtends their grateful appreciation  to the Hospice of the Piedmont and t he nurses and physicians who so  kindly provided their assistance. Woodwa rd Funeral Home Inc.,  Louisa, is handling the arrangements.Published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch on 1/17/2003.

[NI6706] Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - March 21, 2002 Deceased Name: Louisa - Walton -- Mrs. Gretna Nuckols Mrs. Gretna Nuckols, 73, widow of Charles William Walton Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - March 20, 2002 Deceased Name: WALTON: Gretna Nuckols Walton Gretna Nuckols Walton, 73, of Louisa, died at her home on March 18, 200 2. She was born November 20, 1928, the daughter of Aubrey and Mary Nuckol s. Funeral services will be held Friday, March 22, 2002 at 11 a.m. at Wood ward Funeral Home, Louisa. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p. m. Thursday, March 21 at the funeral home. Interment will be at Hillcre st Cemetery, Louisa. Donations may be made to The Hospice of the Piedmon t, 1490 Pantops Mountain Place, Suite 200, Charlottesville, Va. 22911 or L ouisa County Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 1747, Louisa, Va. 23093. Woodward Fune ral Home, Inc., Louisa, is in charge of the arrangements. Name: Gretna N. Walton SSN: 224-38-3851 Last Residence: 23093  Louisa, Louisa, Virginia, United States of Ameri Born: 20 Nov 1928 Died: 18 Mar 2002 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI6707] Central Virginian, The (Sep/29/2006) Mary Elizabeth Nuckols “Piggie” Davis, 76, of Bumpass, died Saturday, Sept ember 23, 2006. Funeral services, conducted by Terry Gilbert and Don Richardson, were he ld at 2 p.m. Tuesday, September 26 at Holly Grove Christian Church. Interm ent was in the Nuckols-Bagby family cemetery, Bumpass. She is surviv ed by her children, Ruth Davis Dean, Lowry Cortez Davis and Nina Davis Sim mons; her brother, Carlton C. “Shorty” Nuckols; her sister, Barbara Nucko ls Sprouse; her grandchildren, Donnie Ray Berg, Jamie Lee Dean, Valerie Ru th Dean Mock, Myra Elizabeth Davis Cook, Crytsal Campbell, Lowry Cortez Da vis Jr., Christie Davis, Starry Nina Simmons, April Simmons, Russell Pa ul Simmons and Misty Davis; and eight great-grandchildren. Mrs. Davis w as born September 12, 1930, the daughter of the late Aubrey and Mary Bag by Nuckols. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Russell Frankl in Davis. She was a homemaker. Lacy Funeral Home, Mineral, handled the arr angements.

[NI6710] 2/20/1993 Richmond Times Dispatch Nuckols , Charles W. Sr., of Richmond, a retired employee of Continental B aking Co. and Richfood Inc., widower of Grace F.  Nuckols.

[NI6711] Name: Grace Nuckols SSN: 229-40-5131 Last Residence: 23226  Richmond, Henrico, Virginia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 9 Sep 1908 Last Benefit: 23226  Richmond, Henrico, Virginia, United States of Ameri ca Died: Jun 1982 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[DI6714] GRIMES, Bernice Marie Nuckols, 80, of Richmond, known to most as "Sister," "Bernie," "Ish," "Meemaw" or "Mom," completed her service to the Lord here on Earth February 28, 2012 and has joined her husband, Eugene, in God's eternal garden. Everyone she met was immediately aware of her love for her family through pictures and stories. She leaves three children, Tom Grimes and his wife, Jamie, of Richmond, Kathy Grimes of Magnolia, N.C., and Woody Grimes and his wife, Sarah, of New Bern, N.C. Her pride and joy were her eight grandchildren and her 10 great-grandchildren. She also leaves a sister, Jessie Clarke and her husband, Herman; and two brothers, Charles W. Nuckols Jr. and his wife, Nancy, and Marvin L. Nuckols and his wife, Fonda. Besides her family, she had a lasting love for Girl Scouts, bowling and her church. During her final months she was blessed by the loving attention of Asera Care Hospice and her caretaker, Donna Byrd. The family will receive friends and family Thursday, March 1, 4 to 8 p.m. at Bennett Funeral Home, 11020 W. Broad St., where there will also be a service of celebration on Friday, March 2 at 1 p.m. with graveside service to follow at Greenwood Memorial. In lieu of flowers, a donation to the children's ministry in your church would be her wish. Published in Richmond Times-Dispatch from March 1 to March 2, 2012

[NI6717] Name: Conway J. Nuckols SSN: 223-40-3677 Last Residence: 23192  Montpelier, Hanover, Virginia Born: 27 Jan 1913 Died: 13 Aug 2006 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI6718] Richmond Times Dispatch 9/28/1995 Nuckols , Mrs. Lola Bay Stanley, 84, of Montpelier, a homemake r, wife of Conway J.  Nuckols. Name: Lola S. Nuckols SSN: 231-88-9924 Last Residence: 23192  Montpelier, Hanover, Virginia, United States of Ame rica Born: 6 Jan 1911 Died: 26 Sep 1995 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1972 )

[DI6722] PASTOR, BUSINESSMAN WILLIE NUCKOLS  SR. DIES Publication: Richmond Times-Dispatch Date: 11-07-1985 Edition: City Sectio n: Area/State The Rev. Willie G.  Nuckols  Sr., 69, a Mechanicsville tile contractor w ho also had been pastor of Emmanuel Holiness Church in Louisa County since 1955, died yesterday in a local hospital. Mr.  Nuckols , who lived at 5906 WestoneRoad, was ordained in 1953 by the Association of Fundamental Mi nisters and Churches of Kansas City, Mo., and served the Louisa County church for three years as assistant pastor. He was named pastor in 1955. The church was founded by his father in 1939. Mr. Nuckols  also operated  Nuckols  Tile Co., which he operated out of his home for more than 40 years. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lucille Lindsey  Nuckols ; a son, W. Grayson  Nuckols  Jr. of Glen Allen; three daughters, Mrs. Eileen Craft of Glen Allen and Mrs. Marian Bancroft and Mrs. Katherine Gilbert, both of Ashland; his mother, Mrs. Effie B.  Nuckols  of Richmond; four sisters, Mrs. Nina Yeager of Richmond, Mrs. Virginia Dandridge and Mrs. Irene Smith, bo th of Mechanicsville, and Mrs. Lois Claire of Wake; and five brothers, Charles W. and Robert L.  Nuckols , both of Richmond, Conway J.  Nuckols  of Montpelier, C. Bagby  Nuckols  of Glen Allen and Earl T.  Nuckols  of Midlothian. A funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Friday at Woody Funeral Home, Parham Chapel, with burial in Signal Hill Cemetery. The f amily suggests memorial contributions be made to Emmanuel Holiness Church, P.O. Box. 1635, Glen Allen, Va. 23060. Name: Willie Nuckols SSN: 229-01-8328 Last Residence: 23111  Mechanicsville, Hanover, Virginia, United Stat es of America Born: 27 Jan 1916 Died: Nov 1985 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[DI6723] NUCKOLS, Mildred Lucille Lindsey, 91, beloved, godly mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend went to be with her Lord and Savior on Sunday, December 28, 2008. Her life was a testimony of loving Jesus with all her mind, soul, body, and strength. She raised her family to love Jesus above all else, and was devoted to her Lord and most of all, sharing her witness of Christ's love and winning souls to His kingdom. She was a member of Emmanuel Holiness Church in Louisa County, where she held numerous administrative positions and taught Sunday school classes for many years. She was the daughter of the late Harvey Langdon and Inky Trent Lindsey, and the widow of the late Rev. Willie Grayson Nuckols Sr. She was predeceased by a daughter, Charlotte N. Spivey; and siblings, Dorothy Myers, Thelma Lindsey, Ryland Lindsey, Betty Baltimore, Edna Dennier, Harvey Lindsey Jr., and Kenneth Lindsey. She is survived by one son and his wife, W. Grayson Nuckols Jr. and Linda; three daughters and their husbands, Eileen and Ralph Craft, Marian and Clifford Lyle Bancroft, and Katherine and James F. "Terry" Gilbert III; one son-in-law, T. Dawson Spivey; and beloved friend, Gloria (Homer) Westmoreland and husband, Randy; eight grandchildren and their spouses, Mike Nuckols, Tim Nuckols and Michelle, Bruce Craft, Becky C. Driscoll and Patrick, Lisa C. Mitchell and Bob, Eddie Craft and Michelle, Stephen Gilbert and Ame, Nathan Gilbert and Micheline; 11 great-grandchildren, Amanda, Courtney, and T.J. Nuckols, Lorin Capps, Willie and Wesley Driscoll, Riley Craft, Kayla, Collin, and Lyndsey Gilbert, and Ava Gilbert; and several nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends from 2 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, December 30, in the Nelsen Funeral Home's Reid Chapel, 412 S. Washington Hwy., Ashland, where funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, December 31. Rev. Amos Tillis and Rev. James Gilbert officiating. Interment Signal Hill Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Emmanuel Holiness Church, 17904 Jefferson Hwy.,Montpelier, Va. 23192.  Published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch from 12/29/2008 - 12/30/2008

[DI6725] Published in Richmond Times-Dispatch on October 30, 2012 CRAFT, Eileen N., of Mechanicsville, passed away on Monday, October 29, 2012. She was preceded in death by her parents, Rev. Willie and Lucille Nuckols; and sister, Charlotte Spivey. She is survived by her husband of 48 years, Ralph E. Craft; four children, Bruce Craft, Becky Driscoll and husband, Pat, Lisa Mitchell and husband, Bob, and Eddie Craft and wife, Michelle; four grandchildren, Lorin Capps, Willie and Wesley Driscoll, and Riley Craft; brother, Grayson Nuckols; and two sisters, Marian Bancroft and Kathy Gilbert. Eileen retired as a nursing coordinator for Richmond Memorial Hospital and volunteered at Rappahannock General Hospital. The family will receive friends on Tuesday, October 30, 2012 from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Nelsen Funeral Home, 412 S. Washington Hwy., Ashland, Va., where services will be held 2 p.m. on Wednesday, October 31. Interment Signal Hill Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Hanover Church of the Nazarene, 8391 Atlee Rd., Mechanicsville, Va. 23116. Due to inclement weather, please call the Nelsen Funeral Home at (804) 798-8369, for scheduled changes

[DI6726] Name:  «tab»Charlotte Spivey SSN: «tab»227-54-0196 Born: «tab»6 Sep 1942 Last Benefit: «tab»23228  Richmond, Henrico, Virginia, Died: «tab»Apr 1983 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (1958-1959)

[NI6728] Name: Nina M. Yeager SSN: 223-01-1217 Last Residence: 23227  Richmond, Henrico, Virginia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 12 Jan 1918 Died: 18 Jan 2005 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI6729] Name: Virginia N. Dandridge SSN: 230-03-7617 Last Residence: 23116  Mechanicsville, Hanover, Virginia, United Stat es of America Born: 19 May 1920 Died: 3 Nov 2004 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI6730] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Robert L Nuckols Birth Year: 1922 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Virginia County or City: Henrico Enlistment Date: 1 Apr 1946 Enlistment State: Virginia Enlistment City: Richmond 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) Education: Grammar school Civil Occupation: Tracktor Driver* or Truck Driver, Heavy or Chauffe ur or Truck Driver, Light An asterisk (*) appearing after a job title indi cates that a trade test for the particular occupation will be found in t he United States Employment Service Manual, Oral Trade Test Marital Status: Married Height: 88 Weight: 983 Seeking confirmation this is the right Robert Lee Nuckols who may have mar ried this Marjoire STAUNTON — Marjorie Hall Nuckols died Friday (Feb. 18, 2005) at Augusta Me dical Center. She was born March 9, 1913 in Staunton, the daughter of Elm er E. and Louella Eye Hall. In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband, Re v. Robert Lee Nuckols and a daughter, Norma Lee Rexrode. She is surviv ed by two sons, Ernest E. Nuckols of Staunton and W. Steve Nuckols of Roan oke. Services will be 11 a.m. Monday at Christ United Methodist Church, 1512 Ch urchville Ave. Visitation will be 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. today at Christ Unit ed Methodist Church. Arrangements are by Hamrick Funeral Home.

[NI6731] Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - February 7, 2000 Deceased Name: Nuckols, Mrs. Jean Teabo Nuckols, Mrs. Jean Teabo, 72, of Richmond, a homemaker, widow of Robe rt L. Nuckols Sr. Name: Jean T. Nuckols SSN: 229-28-6422 Last Residence: 23229  Richmond, Henrico, Virginia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 15 Dec 1927 Died: 5 Feb 2000 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[DI6733] Name: Frances Miller SSN: 231-18-2636 Last Residence: 23111  Mechanicsville, Hanover, Virginia,  Born: 19 Feb 1924 Last Benefit: 23111  Mechanicsville, Hanover, Virginia,  Died: Apr 1982 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI6734] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Clyde B Nuckols Birth Year: 1926 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Virginia County or City: Hanover 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: 1 year of high school Civil Occupation: Tracktor Driver* or Truck Driver, Heavy or Chauffe ur or Truck Driver, Light An asterisk (*) appearing after a job title indi cates that a trade test for the particular occupation will be found in t he United States Employment Service Manual, Oral Trade Test Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 88 Weight: 063

[DI6734]   NUCKOLS, Clyde Bagby, 81, passed away on Friday, August 3, 2007. Surviv ed by his wife of 59 years, Mary P. Nuckols; sons, C. Wayne and Gera ld A. (Jerry) Nuckols; daughters, Christy N. Scott and Janet L. Nuckols; s ister, Irene N. Smith; brother, Earl T. Nuckols; four grandsons, two grand daughters, two great-grandchildren, one step-grandson, numerous nieces, ne phews, and friends. He served during World War II in the Pacific Theat re of Operations. The family will receive friends 3 to 8 p.m. Sunday (toda y) at Bliley's Staples Mill, 8510 Staples Mill Rd., and where services wi ll be held 2 p.m. Monday. Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowe rs, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society or the VFW Po st 9808, Mechanicsville. Published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch on 8/5/2007.

[DI6735] SMITH, Irene N., 85, of Mechanicsville, went to be with the Lord Tuesday, May 21, 2013. She was preceded in death by her husband, George Smith Sr.; and a son, Sammy Smith; and is survived by her son, Mac Smith and his wife, Faye; four grandchildren, G.M. Smith III, Crystal Leech, Jaime Brookman and Alan Brookman; five great-grandchildren, Madison, Kaden, Micah, Sierra and special great-granddaughter, Kaleigh; brother, Earl Nuckols; as well as a host of nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Mechanicsville Chapel of the Bennett Funeral Home, 8014 Lee Davis Rd., where services will be held 3 p.m. Thursday, May 23, 2013. Interment Forest Lawn Cemetery. Published in Richmond Times-Dispatch on May 22, 2013

[NI6737] Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - March 6, 2003 Deceased Name: Clare: Lois Nuckols Clare Lois Nuckols Clare, 70, of Richmond, formerly of Wake, Va., passed away Ma rch 4, 2003. She was the widow of Kenneth S. Clare. She is survived by thr ee sisters, Nina Yeager of Richmond, Irene Smith and Virginia Dandridge, b oth of Mechanicsville; three brothers, Conway Nuckols of Beaverdam, Ea rl T. Nuckols of Midlothian and Clyde B. Nuckols of Glen Allen; a speci al niece, Brenda Davis; her good friends, Scotty and Ella Waldrop; numero us nieces and nephews and her dog "Doodles". The family will receive frien ds 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday (today) at the Reid Funeral Home, Ashla nd, where funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Friday. Interment Nuckols F amily Cemetery, Louisa

[BI6741] Name: «tab»Viola Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»09 Aug 1888 Birthplace: «tab»Louisa Co., Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab»White Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»Joseph L. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Willie N. Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C00190-8 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046943 Reference Number: «tab»p 336 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5VH-GX1 : accessed 6 April 2012), Viola Nuckolls (1888).

[NI6742] DECEASED  Nuckols, Charles N. YEAR  [1871]. NOTE  Race: White. NOTE  Gender: Male. NOTE  Date of death: May 3, 1871. NOTE  Cause of death: Brain fever. NOTE  Age at death: 8 months. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1871. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Kittie, parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Jos. L., parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckols, Jos. L., informant (Father).

[DI6743] Richmond Times Dispatch 3/25/1929 Mrs joseph L Nuckols, 83 died at the home of her dau Mrs Harry Nuckols, Longsdale, Va yesterday. She is survivied by her husband, five daughters, Mrs B P Jones and Mrs W O Ennis of Richmond, Mrs Harry Nuckols, Longdale, Mrs J C Whitlock, Mrs W E Graves of Mineral Va; two sons J W Nuckols of Mineral and M E nuckols of Longsdale; one sister, Mrs W O Smith; brother C M Dickinson, Mineral. The body is at Crew Perkins . services held this afternoon at Greenwood Methodist Church. Burial will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery

[DI6744] Richmond Times Dispatch 12/28/1928 Two Girls Die As Auto and Train Crash Miss Jessie M Nuckols and Miss Irene Blunt Are Victims of Tragedy Probe is launched Two 14 year old girls, Irene Samuel Blunt of Doswell and Jessie May Nuckols of Longdale were almost instantly killed at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon in a collision between their small touring car and a fast-moving northbound Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad passenger train at a gate crossing near Doswell. The children had left the Blunt home a few minutes before the crash to take a pair of shoes to a cobbler for repairs. Two versions of the collision were given circulation immediately after it occurred. One, emanating from railroad sources, was that the automobile ran into the side of the engine as the train was passing the crossing, and the other version was to the effect that the train hit the automobile.The first report had it that the small touring car struck the engine on the side and was caught between the cylinder and pilot beam and demolished. The children were thrown from the automobile and are thought to have died immediately. An investigation by the railroad was gotten under way immediately and by county authorities. The two children were first cousins. Miss Nuckols was the daughter of Mr and Mrs H S Nuckols, of Longdale. The father is proprietor of the grocery store at 309 Hooper St, Barton Heights. Miss Blunt was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ryland Blunt of Doswell. The Nuckols child went to the Blunt home Wednesday with her uncle and aunt upon their return from a visit with the Nuckols. The bodies of the children were taken to Ashland soon after the crash and the parents notified. Both mothers were overcome by the shock. Funeral arrangements will be completed today. Richmond Times Dispatch 12/29/1928 Funeral services for Miss Irene Blunt and Miss Jessie May Nuckols who were killed early Thursday afternoon in a collision between the automobile in which they were riding and a richmond, frederickburg and Potomac train at a grade crossing near Doswell will be conducted from the Greenwood Methodist Church of Longdale this afternoon at 2 o'clock with burial in Forest Lawn Cemetery. The two girls were first cousins. Miss Nuckols was the dau of Mr and Mrs H S Nuckols of Longdale and Miss Blunt was the dau of Mr and Mrs Ryland Blunt of Doswell.

[NI6745] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Joseph S Nuckols Birth Year: 1917 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Virginia County or City: Henrico Enlistment Date: 3 Oct 1940 Enlistment State: Virginia Enlistment City: Richmond Branch Code: Coast Artillery Corps or Army Mine Planter Service Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for Hawaiian Department Component: Regular Army (including Officers, Nurses, Warrant Officers, a nd Enlisted Men) Education: 2 years of high school Civil Occupation: Tracktor Driver* or Truck Driver, Heavy or Chauffe ur or Truck Driver, Light An asterisk (*) appearing after a job title indi cates that a trade test for the particular occupation will be found in t he United States Employment Service Manual, Oral Trade Test Marital Status: Divorced, without dependents Height: 66 Weight: 137

[DI6745] NUCKOLS, Joseph Sherril Sr., 95, of Mechanicsville, departed this life February 16, 2013, to join his loving wife, Minnie Tate Nuckols. He is survived by his sons, William Wayne Lauterbach and wife, Edna, and Joseph Sherril Nuckols Jr. and wife, Terry; grandchildren, Kim (Fred) Dye, Kay (Tim) Henry, Kristi (Gil) Seay, and Candice (Chip) McClean as well as 12 great-grandchildren, and four great-great-grandchildren; two devoted friends, Lynette Shahinian and Ana Spigle. Joe was a Pearl Harbor survivor, where he served in the 55th Coast Artillery, Battery F, until injured. He was the entertainment director of Pearl Harbor and hosted many USO shows, as a big band singer and master of ceremonies for visiting celebrities. Before the war, he served in the Richmond Blues, 129th Infantry Command A of the National Guard. He retired from the U.S. Postal Service in Richmond as a maintenance supervisor. He became known around town as Richmond's "Foster Brooks" as he entertained for civic organizations and retirement homes with a comedy routine and singing songs from old standards to country and popular hits. He never accepted payment, but instead asked audiences to donate to children's charities. He was a member of Shalom Baptist Church, Masonic Lodge Northside 292, Scottish Rite, ACCA Temple Shrine, Legion of Honor, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Pearl Harbor Survivors Association, National Association of Retired Federal Employees, WW Workman Tent of the Saints and Sinners of America, and the Richmond Moose Lodge. The family will receive friends from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Mechanicsville Chapel of the Bennett Funeral Home, 8014 Lee-Davis Road, Mechanicsville on February 18, 2013 and where a funeral service will be held 11 a.m. February 19, 2013. Interment to follow at Gethsemane Church of Christ, 5146 Mechanicsville Turnpike. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in his memory to Shalom Baptist Church, 6395 Mechanicsville Turnpike, Mechanicsville, Va. 23111 or a charity of your choice . Published in Richmond Times-Dispatch on February 17, 2013

[NI6746] Name: Minnie T. Nuckols SSN: 223-03-7137 Last Residence: 23111  Mechanicsville, Hanover, Virginia, United Stat es of America Born: 6 Nov 1912 Died: 31 Jul 1996 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI6751] Mary Alease Nuckols Moody, age 85, widow of Lunsford H. Moody of Beaverda m, passed away Monday, February 32, 2003. She is survived by sons and daug hters-in-law; Wesley and Doris Moody of Ashland, John and Janet Moody of R ocky Mount, Va., Samuel and Marian Moody of Beaverdam, and Daniel and Rob in Moody of Calhan, Colo.; a daughter, Margaret Moody Jesse of Weyers Cav e, Va.; a sister, Pearl Nuckols Shaw of Hanover; a brother, Clyde D. Nucko ls of Louisa. She was preceded in death by a son, Robert Peyton Moody; al so seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Remains rest at t he Beaverdam Funeral Home, where family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p .m Wednesday. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Thursday at Shiloh Unit ed Methodist Church. Interment Moody Family Cemetery, Bandana Farm, Beaver dam. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Christian Appala chian Project, P.O. Box 459, Hagerhill, Kentucky 41222. Published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch on 3/4/2003. Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - March 4, 2003 Deceased Name: Moody, Mrs. Mary Alease Nuckols Moody, Mrs. Mary Alease Nuckols, 85, of Beaverdam, widow of Lunsford H. Mo ody.

[NI6752] Name:    Clyde Duke Nuckols   City:    Richmond  County:    Richmond (Inde pendent City) State:    Virginia  Birthplace:    Virginia;United States of America Birth Date:    5 Jun 1895  Race:    Caucasian  Roll:    1985111  DraftBoar d:    2 Clyde Duke Nuckols res 127 W Clay, Richmond, VA Age22 born June 5 1895 Hanover Co, VA Wagon Driver for Richmond Dairy Co Single, no dependants Tall, slender, grey eyes, light hair Middle finger of right hand cut off Signed June 5 1917

[NI6753] Deaths Metro Richmond Times Dispatch 1/3/1994 Riner , Mrs. Lessie B. Nuck ols, of Glen Allen. Name: Lessie B. Riner SSN: 226-16-0996 Last Residence: 23060  Glen Allen, Henrico, Virginia, United States of Ame rica Born: 7 May 1905 Last Benefit: 23060  Glen Allen, Henrico, Virginia, United States of Ameri ca Died: Jan 1994 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[XI6753] Lessie B Nuckols Riner

[BI6758] Name: «tab»E E Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»05 Nov 1884 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»David H Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Nannie Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-5 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046938 Reference Number: «tab»340 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56L-JYC : accessed 6 April 2012), E E Nuckols (1884).

[BI6760] Name: «tab»Ella M Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»09 Oct 1886 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»David H Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Nannie Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-6 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046938 Reference Number: «tab»378 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56L-LZL : accessed 6 April 2012), Ella M Nuckols (1886).

[NI6761] Unmarried

[NI6763] No children

[BI6763] Name: «tab»Wm. D. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»25 Jul 1892 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»David H. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Nannie Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-7 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046938 Reference Number: «tab»471 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56G-QVB : accessed 6 April 2012), Wm. D. Nuckols (1892).

[XI6763] U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 about William David Nuckols Name: «tab»William David Nuckols Birth Date: «tab»25 Jul 1892 ( written 1893, crossed thru added 1892) Death Date: «tab»26 Jul 1960 Cemetery: «tab»Dunns Chapel, Beaverdam, VA Cemetery Location: «tab»Beaverdam, Virginia Service No 2666005 Pension No. 2119483 Served Virginia, Private, Co, B, 317th Infantry. Applicant Doris E Wickham, step daughter, Glen Allen, VA, signed 9/2/1960 Flat granite marker, latin christian emblem

[NI6764] Married first 10/12/1911 groom's name: «tab»Ashby Stewart Leadbetter groom's birth date: «tab»1879 groom's birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Co., Virginia groom's age: «tab»32 bride's name: «tab»Susie Willis bride's birth date: «tab»1881 bride's birthplace: «tab»Hanover Co., Virginia bride's age: «tab»30 marriage date: «tab»12 Oct 1911 marriage place: «tab»Richmond, Virginia groom's father's name: «tab»Peter Leadbetter groom's mother's name: «tab»Alice Leadbetter bride's father's name: «tab»Ben. Willis bride's mother's name: «tab»Kate Willis groom's race: «tab»White groom's marital status: «tab»Single groom's previous wife's name: «tab» bride's race: «tab»White bride's marital status: «tab»Single bride's previous husband's name: «tab» indexing project (batch) number: «tab»M01795-5 system origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy source film number: «tab»2048455 reference number: «tab»F2048455 Image 313 Citing this Record "Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XR3C-DXQ : accessed 18 Dec 2012), Ashby Stewart Leadbetter and Susie Willis, 12 Oct 1911; citing reference F2048455 Image 313, FHL microfilm 2048455.

[DI6766] Social Security Death Index about Bernice Stanley Name: «tab»Bernice Stanley «tab» SSN: «tab»230-26-8692 Last Residence: «tab»23227  Richmond, Henrico, Virginia,  Born: «tab»3 Jul 1897 Died: «tab»Feb 1983 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[DI6771] Name:  «tab»Margaret N. Perks SSN: «tab»223-18-4234 Last Residence: «tab»23229  Richmond, Henrico, Virginia, Born: «tab»5 Feb 1910 Died: «tab»19 Sep 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[HI6772] (Research):  «tab» Name: Wise Nuckols Birth Date: 20 November 1912 Death Date: February 1984 Issuing State: Virginia Residence at Death: Glen Allen,Henrico,Virginia 23060 Death Benefit Place: Glen Allen,Henrico,Virginia 23060 SSN: 225-20-6487

[NI6773] Bought the mill at Yanceyville from James Duke Nuckolls

[NI6776] Trustee's Of Ground Squirrel Meeting House 1844 On the application of John A. Meredith, attorney prosecuting for the Commonwealth in this court, made in behalf of George W. Andrews, preacher for Hanover Circuit.- Walter Crenshaw, George Sitman, Hugh McDowell, Andrew McD owell, William Andrews, William M. Anderson, Thomas Nuckles, and John C. Brock are appointed trustees all of whom are dead or have been removed, to hold the house of worship with the ground which is thereto attached, and upon which it stands, belonging to the Methodist Episcopal Church, and known as Ground Squirrel Meeting House. In the Virginia State Library there is an original map dated 1820. Ground Squirrel Meeting House on Rt. 33. (Mountain Road)

[NI6780] Date:8/6/2000 10:42:46 AM Mountain Daylight Time From:dlsanders1@earthlink.net (Douglas Sanders) To:EVILSIZER3@aol.com By chance do you know anything about a Polly Nuckols who married Nels on A. Sanders 18 Jan 1813 in Goochland Co., VA?  Her father's name was Wil liam, but that's all I know about her.  I can't find her on your Nuckols h ome page. Best regards, Doug Sanders

[NI6781] Goochland Co, VA Bk 23 P323 3 Aug. 1818 Indenture (deed) between Benjam in Cocke Jr.,  his wife Elizabeth and Joseph Nuckols, (Eliz. and Joseph a re cousins, Eliz. is Dau. of William, son of William, b.1710, Joseph is s on of Pouncy Sr.),  They sell to Matthew Jordan of Hanover Co. and Willi am Gill of Goochland the Nuckols Tract of land, between 6and 8 ac. and mi ll thereon for $3300.

[NI6783] Poss Ann W Nuckols who died hanover Co, VA 1847 leaving her estate to h er brother John and a dollar for each of Johns children.

[NI6785] Parentage not proven- Submitter of this parentage: ZOLA NUCKLES Microfil m:  NONE 837 SO 500 E OREM UT Submission:  AF96-102647  USA 84097 Children of this marriage found on LDS Mormon Web Site Living with this family in 1850 is Thomas Eubanks age 45, possible broth er to PaulineMarch 22 1880 I, George W Knuckels of Mason County West Virginia make this my last wil l. I give, devise and bequeath my estate and property, real and person al as follows. That is to say after paying and debt which I desire to be p aid with the proceeds of any personal property. I give unto my wife Ma ry P Knuckles all of my real estate and personal property  to have duri ng her lifetime. After her death, to my children to be divided as follows: To my daughter Marthaann McCloud, for her services of staying and worki ng for me, I give her all  that track of land lying in the east side of t he Rififilz Road, lying on the waters of such branch. To my son Thomas Knuckles, I give fifty dollars, and to my grandson Jose ph after deducting fifty dollars, and equal share of my real estate whi ch after paying the fifty dollars to my son Thomas, and the tract of la nd which I have mentioned to my daughter Marthaann McCloud is to be divid ed equal between my children and my grandson Joseph as follows: To my daughter Mary Jane Whiten...or, to my daughter Marthann McClou d, my son John Knuckles, my son William Knuckles, my son Richard Knuckle s, to my daughter Emily Morris, to my daughter Elnora Cooper to have equ al shares. My grandson Joseph to share equal with the exception of fifty-d ollars. I appoint my son John Knuckles executor of this my will, and witne ss whereof I have signed and sealed and published and declared this instru ment as my will. George W (x) Knuckles (his mark) The said George Knuckles on the 22nd day of March 1880 signed and sealed t his instrument and declared the same as and for his last will and we at h is request  and in his forsaken and in the presence of each other hold her eunto .... our .....as subscribing witnesses. James G Alexander Family researcher Jackie maurer Wilmalala@aol.com Kristin Nuckles Kunze, G eorge T. Nuckles Jr. (deceased)

[NI6807] This company was organized by William H. Bramblett, M.D., and it muster ed in Confederate service in July 1861 in Grayson County probably at Indep endence. List of Horses Purchased for the Grayson Cavalry February 3, 1862 From Court Order Book 1860-1870, page 1130. Monday, October 28, 1861. John Dickenson, one of the commissioners appoint ed to purchase horses, saddles, bridles, etc., for the Grayson Cavalry th is day returned his report to court, and the court doth order that the sa id John Dickenson do return the receipt taken from each and every person w ho received horses, bridles, saddles, etc., to cour at its next term. Report returned February 3, 1862. Fielden Hale 1 horse 115

[NI6808] The Times of Long Ago, Barren County, Kentucky. By Franklin Gorin. Jo hn P. Morton & Company Incorporated, 1929. Published originally in the Gla sgow Weekly Times, 1870's. pp. 115-118. LIFE OF COL. SAMUEL MURRELL.  Col. Samuel Murrell was born in Albemarle Co unty, Va., and was one of the pioneers to this county at an early da y.  He settled about four miles southwest of Glasgow, near John Mayfiel d, Rev. Alexander Davidson and Haiden Trigg. He married in Virginia, Miss Puryear, and when he came to this state he b rought a large family of children, William, George, Samuel, Hezekiah P., B etsey, James, Schuyler, Jane and Robert.  His daughter, Polly, who had mar ried Samuel Jordan in Virginia, came with them.  They brought a number of slaves. Col. Murrell was twice elected to the Legislature of this State, 1809-1 0.  He faithfully served in the House of Representatives.  He declined a r e-election, politics not being suitable to his quiet and domestic habit s. He was an Elector for President in 1813-21, and was President of the b ranch at Glasgow of the Old Bank of Kentucky for several years, then resig ned the office. He was a sensible, quiet, good man, a kind neighbor, an affectionate husb and and father, and a humane and kind master; a hospitable, economical a nd frugal man; for many years Elder of the Presbyterian Church. He died, as he had lived, an honest, just man, and Christian gentleman. His daughter Jane, a beautiful, estimable young lady, died some years after they came here. She was unmarried. Samuel Jordan and his wife, Polly, were two excellent persons.  He w as a bricklayer, a good and faithful workman, and built several of our be st brick houses.  They lived in town many years.  He afterwards purchas ed Col. Simeon Buford's farm, on the west side of Beaver Creek, bui lt on it a substantial brick house, and with his family lived there until his deat h. He also built the brick mill house on Beaver Creek below the bridge th at crosses the Denton, Bowling Green Road, and owned the same at his deat h. He was trustworthy, amiable, temperate, charitable, bland in manne rs - in fact, his character was irreproachable in all things. The apprentices that he raised were faithful and good workmen, like himse lf.  They were Ralston, Renfroe, Mallory and others.  He and his wife we re worthy members of the Presbyterian church.  She survived him many year s.  Many of their children and grandchildren are with us highly respected. William Murrell was an educated man.  He was educated for the ministr y, but never became a minister of the Presbyterian church, though he w as a strict member of it, because he thought he could do more good educati ng people of the country.  He taught school in Glasgow several session s.  He afterwards moved to Hopkinsville, and married Mrs. Garnett of that plac e, by whom he had several children, one a daughter, Helen, now the wi fe of J. W. Gorin, Esq., of Bowling Green.  Mr. Murrell was strictly mor al and temperate, of fine mind, and highly esteemed, as he was a m an to be trusted in all things. George Murrell married Miss Blane, of Lincoln County, Ky.  He was a farme r, a gentleman, bland and agreeable in his manners.  He and his wife are b oth dead.  We know nothing of his children. Samuel Murrell married Miss Hayes, of Lincoln County, Ky.  He was al so a farmer and a good citizen.  He removed to Missouri - we know nothi ng of his family.Betsey Murrell married ---Young in one of the lower coun ties of this State.  We know nothing further of her. Hezekiah P Murrell married Betsey (Elizabeth) Gorin, daughter of Gen. Jo hn Gorin, of Glasgow.  He was a merchant, farmer, deputy sheriff, togeth er with Samuel Murrell, his cousin, now of Warren County, of Hardin Davi s, S. B. C., a member of the Legislature of Kentucky in the House of Representatives 1831, a member of the Senate 1832-6. His wife died leaving one child, a daughter.  He afterwards married Ma ry Smith, a widow, daughter of Clifton Rodes of this county.  She died lea ving him two daughters - both married. James was a merchant, a tobacco freighter, a deputy sheriff, a Justi ce of the Peace, fond of and owner of fine horses.  He was a Representati ve in the Legislature of Kentucky, in 1834-42, and a Senator 1836-4 0.  He married Harriet Moss, a daughter of Josiah Moss, of this place. He was generous, benevolent and kind to a fault.  He loved his friends a nd had no enemies.  His hospitality was unbounded.  He favored public ente rprises and was, with all, an honest man. He died of cholera at New Orleans on the 9th of April, 1849, regrett ed by all that knew him.  His remains were brought home and interred on h is father's farm in the family burying ground. He left a noble, devoted wife, who still survives him, three sons and o ne daughter, Josephine.  His daughter married James P. Garnett, Esq., of t his place. His son Henry C., married Emma Gorin, daughter of T. J. Gorin.  He and h is brother Samuel are wholesale, wealthy grocers at Louisville. James, the other son, married Miss Victoria Nuckols, daughter of H. P. Nu ckols, and lives in this place.  He is Town Marshall and Auctioneer. Schu yler H. Murrell married Fannie Curd.  She died leaving two children - a s on and daughter.  Samuel remained single, and Susan married Samuel Preston . Their father married the second time, Miss Rebecca Walters.  Both are dea d; if they left any children it is not recollected by the writer. Rober t, the youngest child of Col. Samuel Murrell, has been a successful mercha nt here, in Louisville and New York.  He married Emily Moss, daughter of Josiah Moss.  He is a fair and honest dealer, a kind and good husband a nd father, a true friend, generous and benevolent.  He has several childre n, but being separated for a number of years, we can say nothing about the m.  He resides in the city of New York. The family, including its various connections is the largest in the count y. Samuel Murrell was a Colonel in the Continental Army under General Washing ton in the Revolutionary War and he was at Valley Forge in 1777. When t he English General Cornwallis surrendered at Yorktown, VA, he was presen t. Between 1809 to 1810, Samuel served in the Kentucky House of Representa tives. Then, between 1813 to 1821, he was President of the Glasgow Bran ch of Old Bank of Kentucky.

[NI6809] Clara poss married Robert Hornsey in Washington Co 12/9/1852 after Garland died. Robert is her age, 50 in the 1860 census, and Robert is a widow in 1860 seeming that Clara must have died some time between 1852 and 1860

[DI6810] St. Louis City Death Records, 1850-1908 about Thomas Nuckles Name: Thomas Nuckles Death Date: 14 Nov 1897 Address: N/a Volume: 35 Page: 271 County Library: RDSL 44 Missouri Archive: C 10400 SLGS Rolls: 329 Missouri Newspaper Death Index about Thomas Nuckles Name: «tab»Thomas Nuckles Age/Birth Date: «tab»Abt 55 Death Date: «tab»14 Nov 1897 Newspaper: «tab»Montgomery City Standard

[XI6810] Name:    Thomas D Nuckles Death Date:    24 Nov 1897 Branch:    US Army Last known address:    2900 Sheridan Road St. Louis , MO 63125 Interment Date:    24 Nov 1897 Cemetary:    Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery Buried At:    Section 59 Site 11734 Cemetary URL:    http://www.cem.va.gov/nchp/jeffersonbarracks.htm

[NI6813] posted in 2002 by James Hale, saying "Found: One headstone, Celia Nuckol ls born Mar 20, 1807 in Grayson Co VA- died in Nebraska City NE March 2 8, 1872? Have picture."  In 2004, Patrice (Fulton) Stark replied "Update r egarding Celia (Jones) Nuckolls ...Celia Jones, b 20 March 1807 at Grays on Co, VA, is the daughter of Abner and Hannah (Forbis/Fawbush) Jones. S he married 4 Feb 1830 at Grayson Co, VA, Andrew K. Nuckolls.       Patri ce (Fulton) Stark ,  Lone Tree, Colorado".

[NI6814] Abner was a Postmaster at Red Bluff Post Office (present day Ivanhoe) Wyt he Co., VA . Post Office Est. April 04, 1840. Abner is listed as Postmast er Oct. 04, 1842-Aug. 19,1847. Abner Thompson was 1st Lt. in Inf. of Wythe Co.,  VA Militia. ------the 19 th Brigade of 3rd. Div. of VA Militia. 01 Aug. 1860 Wythe Co., VA Census 68th District (p. 235 on original) Wythe ville Post Office: 1752-1569 Abner Thompson age: 50 or 51 Occupation: Laborer, Real Estate (n one), Personal Property: $200.00  Birthplace: VA                  Nancy Thompson age: 47 Birthplace: VA                  Children: None listed (Senah died in 1848) They were listed on the this 1860 Census as living next to the Willi am A. Pope Family. 22 July 1870 Grayson Co., VA Census Elk Creek Township (p. 77 on origina l) Independence Post Office: 521-521 Abner Thompson age: 59 (living alone) Occupation: Clerk in Tow n, Real Estate: (none) Value of Personal  Property: $1400.00 My gg grandfather, Thomas J. Pope, son of Elizabeth Nuckolls Pope, receiv ed $26.00 enclosed in a letter dated July 08, 1883, for his part of the es tate of his Aunt Nancy Nuckolls Thompson. On Census records of Wythe Co., VA,  I have not been able to find childr en with Nancy and Abner. After her death, Abner sold their part of the Nuc kolls property  and moved to Grayson Co., VA.  Thomas J. Pope's half-broth er, Ezra, got the $26.00 from a Mr. Huddle, mailed it to AL apologizing th at  the money was arriving late. Source- Gwen mgwilliams@farmerstel.com

[XI6815] Prairie Hill Cemetery  86-4-12

[NI6820] This Garland connection to the Nuckolls family from Mrs. James O Mathis 3778 Summer Lane Huntsville, TX 77340-8945

[NI6839] Ada does not appear in the 1870 Census as a child.

[DI6839] Times- Richmond VA 5/29/1900 Mrs Ada B Gayle, wife of Mr John B Gayle, the well-known lawyer, died at 12:30 o'clock yesterday at her residence No 1431 Floyd Ave after a lingering illness. Mrs gayle bore her suffering with Christian fortitude and regulation. She was Miss Ada B Nuckols of Hanover County, daughter of the late Julian Nuckols and Mrs Bettie Nuckols. She is survived by two brothers, Mssrs Clarence Nuckols of Hanover and William Nuckols of this city, and Mrs W B hope also of Richmond. Two children a girl of eight and a boy of four years survive her. The funeral will take place at 12 today from Calvary Baptist Church of which she was a devout member. Richmond Dispatch May 29, 1900 Pg 5 Mrs Ada B Gayle, wife of Mr John B Gayle, attorney at law, of this city, died at 12;20 o'clock yesterday morning at her residence No 1421 Floyd Ave. Mrs gayle was a lovely woman and her death will be sincerely mourned by a great company of friends in city and county. Deceased was a native of hanover county, a daughter of the late Julian Nuckols and Mrs Bell N Nuckols, who survives her. She leaves two children, a girl of 8 and a boy of 4 and two brothers, Mr Clarence Nuckols of hanover and Mr William Nuckols of this city. She also leaves one sister, Mrs W B Hope of this city. The funeral arrangements have not yet been made

[NI6840] Name in 1870 Census is Bettie, age 2 Does not appear in 1880 census, even though they did not marry until aft er 1880.

[DI6840] Richmond Times Nov 8 1892 NUCOLS- Died at 9:15 o'clock Monday night at the residence of her husband No 2205 Church Hill Ave, Lady B, wife of Clarence P Nuckols, in the 24th year of her age. Funeral from East End Baptist Church at 3 o'clock this Wednesday afternoon. Friends of the family invited to attend. Name: «tab»Lady B. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»06 Nov 1892 Death Place: «tab»Richmond, Virginia Age: «tab»24 Birth Date: «tab»1868 Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Housekeeper Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B06990-8 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2048593 Reference Number: «tab»Item 1 yr 1892 p 44 no 1578 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5BJ-L47 : accessed 7 April 2012), Lady B. Nuckols (1868).

[NI6841] 1900 living with Uncle Pettus Hope

[DI6841] Richmond Dispatch 10/17/1907 GOETZ- Died at her residence, 813 North Fifth St, Mrs Effie May Goetz (nee Nuckols) in the tweny first year of her age at 8:30 Wednesday morning. She is survived by her husband, father C P Nuckols, one sister and one brother. Funeral from Randolph Street Baptist Church Friday Oct 18 at 10 a.m. Friends are invited to attend.

[DI6843] Name: «tab»Mable Blanch Knuckols Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»11 Jun 1889 Death Place: «tab»Richmond, Virginia Age: «tab»0 Birth Date: «tab»1889 Birthplace: «tab»City Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Single Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»C.P. Knuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»L.B. Knuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B06991-2 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2048593 Reference Number: «tab»Item 1 yr 1889 p. 32 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X5YH-CPV : accessed 8 April 2012), Mable Blanch Knuckols (1889).

[NI6845] U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Thomas Julian Nuckols Birth Date: 6 Oct 1892 Residence: Richmond, Virginia 2520 Floyd Ave Birth: Richmond, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify Mrs mary Nuckols, same add Emp-B N Chapman, 1208 Parkwood Ave

[NI6851] Family researcher bammaw@cebridge.net (Shirley) I think Aunt Ruth was born about 1898. There was an embarssing moment when Aunt Ruth figured out the her parents "HAD" to get married. We never talked about this but I could tell she and donce some fast arithmetic. Uncle WD told me about when his father took the family buggy down to the ferry across the flooded Brazos River. The ferry owner told Uncle WD about refusing to cross the river. Well, my grandfather was in a big hurry so he just whipped the horses into the river until there was solid land on the far side. Uncle WD told me the the ferry man operated a filling station for years near where the bridge was built.  first husband was an unpleasant man whose parents sent him off on a two day errand. My grand parents were called to come pick up her things. About 1932 the unpleasant man died in a prison in Huntsville.  Ruth married Joseph Mogford who fought in WW1. I saw recently that he graduate from Texas A&M at 16 so he could go to France. I still have his Army Blanket. They had one son Bill who married and died. Bill had one daughter and one granddaughter but I have not heard from them is about three years. (Source Doris Dell 9/2009)

[NI6860] Parents Samuel Robert Perdue 1829 –  1894 Mary Elizabeth Childrey 1835 –  1884

[NI6863] New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 Name: Thomas Nuckols Arrival Date: 19 Mar 1946 Estimated birth year: 1923 Age: 22 Years 3 Months Gender: Male Port of Departure: Le Havre,France Ship Name: Tusculum Victory Port of Arrival: New York, New York Nativity: Virginia Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - November 14, 1999 Deceased Name: Nuckols, Thomas J. Jr. Nuckols, Thomas J. Jr., 76, of Mechanicsville, a retired U.S. Postal Servi ce employee, a World War II Navy veteran, husband of Brenda R. Nuckols. Name: Thomas J. Nuckols SSN: 231-18-1169 Last Residence: 23116  Mechanicsville, Hanover, Virginia, United Stat es of America Born: 14 Nov 1922 Died: 13 Nov 1999 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI6865] Miami Herald, The (FL) - July 2, 2007 Deceased Name: Eva. L. Nuckols NUCKOLS, EVA. L., 85, of Miami Springs, Fl., passed away Saturday June 30 th 2007 after a short but courageous battle with cancer. She was the widow of Larry Nuckols and retired from Eastern Airlines in 1977after 28 years of service. Eva was best known as one of the "pioneers" of her belov ed city of Miami Springs. She is survived by her Granddaughter Tammy Trigo so (Jose) and Grandson Robbie Dukes, as well as 5 Great Grandchildren, also her Sister Mattie Mae Sewell of Atlanta, G.A., and Brother Wilson Norton of Newport N.C. A viewing will be held at Grace Lutheran Church at 2 45 Curtis Parkway. Miami Springs, Fl. 33166 on Thursday July 5th 2007 at 1 1:00 a.m. Services will begin at noon following with her burial at Vista Memorial Gardens. Funeral arrangements by: John Hanks Memorial Services. (3 05) 885-1937 To visit this Guest Book Online, go to www.MiamiHerald.com/ob ituaries.

[NI6866] Publication: Richmond Times-Dispatch 10/5/1992 Nuckols , Mrs. Lucile Reid, 68, of Fort Pierce, Fla., formerly of Richmon d, a homemaker, wife of Edgar S.  Nuckols. Palm Beach Post, The (FL) - October 6, 1992 Deceased Name: Nuckols, Lucile Reid Lucile Reid, 68, of Fort Pierce. Haisley Hobbs Funeral Home, Fort Pierc e. Services Wednesday. Name: Lucile R. Nuckols SSN: 223-24-2241 Last Residence: 33168  Miami, Miami-dade, Florida, United States of Ameri ca Born: 8 May 1924 Died: Oct 1992 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[DI6873] The World News, Roanoke, VA Monday April 12, 1976 Troutville--Mrs Katie Moomaw Nuckolls, age 79, died Sunday in a Roanoke nursing home. She was the widow of C O Nuckolls and is survived by a half sister, Miss Algilee Moomaw, Troutville; one niece, Mrs Aileen Brillhart Hagood, Cloverdale; two nephews, Leonard C Brillhart, St Petersburg Fla.; Dr David Brillhart, Abingdon. Burial will be in the Troutville Cemetery. Rader Funeral Home records Mrs Stella Katie Moomaw Nuckolls born 10-11-1896 Botetourt County VA died 4-11-1976 Virginia Synod Lutheran Home 79y widow father: George A Moomaw mother: Mary Sue Layman husband: Colonel O Nuckolls half sister: Miss Algilee Moomaw cemetery: Troutville Social Security Death Index about Stella Nuckolls Name: «tab»Stella Nuckolls SSN: «tab»223-92-5292 Last Residence: «tab»24175  Troutville, Botetourt, Virginia,  Born: «tab»11 Oct 1896 Died: «tab»Apr 1976 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (1973)

[NI6879] Possibly this lady: Swope Cemetery, Scottsburg, Scott Co, IN TROUT John  d 7/11/1863  67y 4m 25d (born VA) *TROUT Mary B (Nee NUCKOLS) d 5/30/1863 68y 7m 28d (born VA)  (md 8/7/18 24 KY) She named a son William Henry, probably after her borther, also William He nry Year: 1840; Census Place:  , Scott, Indiana; Roll: 93; Page: 250. 00100010-01000010 Indiana Marriages to 1850 Spouse 1: Nunnamaker, John M. Spouse 2: Trout, Jane Marriage Date: 21 Nov 1849 Marriage Location: Indiana Scott County Year: 1850; Census Place: Vienna, Scott, Indiana; Roll: M432_171; Page: 15 4; Image: 310. John Trout, 53 NC Mary B 50 VA Henry 24 KY Year: 1860; Census Place: Vienna, Scott, Indiana; Roll: M653_294; Page: 10 21; Image: 532. John Trout 66  NC Mary Trout 64  KY William H Trout 32  KY Mary Sweet 14

[NI6886] Louisa County, Iowa - Biographies - O to Z BRIEF BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF FAMILIES WITH LOUISA COUNTY  CONNECTION Contributed by Norma Jennings, NJennings@postoffice.worldnet.att.net C.J. Schaper was born in Stephenson Co, Illinois on the 19 July 1870,the son of Frederick and Amelia (Lutteroth) Schaper, natives of Germany.His father came to America at the age of thirty years, landing in Baltimore, Maryland,7 January 1852. From there he went to Pittsburg, Pa. and later to Randolph Co., Illinois. He subsequently went to Stephenson Co., where all his children were born. He had married Amelia Lutteroth, 4 April 1854. She was born 17 April 1831 in Germany and came to America with her mother in the fall of 1851, landing at New York. She lived at Grand Decatur, Illinois with her mother and brother and there met Mr. Schaper. He passed a way 27 September 1894 when seventy three and she died 23 June 1898 when sixty eight years old. There were nine children as follows: Henry F.; John; August; Edith m. Orville Nuckolls of Pasadena, California; William, of Floyd Co.; George I. Hancock Co.; C.J., of this review; Rosie M m. John Tanner of Hancock Co.; and Lewis E. who lived with his brother C.J.

[DI6886] California Death Index, 1940-1997 about Edith Mary Nockolls Name: «tab»Edith Mary Nockolls [Edith Mary Schafer] Social Security #: «tab»0 Sex: «tab»FEMALE Birth Date: «tab»29 Jan 1861 Birthplace: «tab»Illinois Death Date: «tab»12 Jun 1944 Death Place: «tab»Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: «tab»Lutteroth Father's Surname: «tab»Schafer

[NI6894] Md 1) Zachariah Shoemaker 2)John Sipes

[NI6900] This is the first page of a short autobiography of Effie Rhoten Barber. I was born May 28, 1874 on a farm near Viola, Iowa a small town.  Whi le a baby we moved to a 160 A. farm about 4 miles from a small town on t he  Wapsipimcon? River where I lived until I was married Sept. 16, 189 4. We then rented a farm near the Deacon School.  Gladys was born there Ju ly 13, 1895 and in the fall we moved to a farm near Willow Springs, MO.  T he whole Barber family ---- - we had a separate place.  It did not prove s atisfactory so in 1896 we moved back to Iowa where we lived in Springvil le and then on a farm and then in the fall of 1897 when we came to Oreg on and lived with my folks until the fall of 1898 when we moved into wh at is now the Scofield place.

[NI6901] 1925 Linn Co, Maine, IA Census Forrest E Hamm, head, 61, own home clear, b OH father Jerome D hamm b OH mother Harriett A Naylor bOH Luella Ham, wife 38 b IA father John Rhoten bIA mother Rilla Nuckolls b IA William M Hamm, adopted son, 14 b IA father Ray or Roy Bishop b IA moth er Blanch Whitaker, b IA Protestant Family, adopted son Methodist

[NI6911] War of 1812 74 REG'T (TRUEHEART'S) VIRGINIA MILITIA. History of Ross Co, OH Capt. Zachary Taylor, a nephew of the famous old general, served in the w ar of 1812, and lived to old age, a resident of Paint township. Other prom inent early settlers were Joseph Ogle, M. Benner (the first shoemaker in t he township), Jesse Cox, Adam Kerr, Timothy and Daniel Mixon, Andrew Knuck les, Mr. Weller (father of Frederick Weller), 1810 Ross Co, Paint, OH pg48 1 m <10 1m 16-25 1m >45 1 f <10 1 f 16-25 1820 Ross Co, Paint, OH pg292 3 m <10 1m >45 1 f <10 1 f 16-18 1f >45 ? unknown female, wife Patsy died 1818, Andrew did not remarry unt il 1827. Not his mother, as she is living with husband Samuel  in 1820 1830 Ross Co, Paint OH pg 327 2m 15-20 1m 40-50 1f 10-15 1 f 50-60 Jane Ramsey 1770-1780 1840 Ross Co, Paint, OH pg361 1 m 5-10 1m 20-30 1m 60-70 1f 5-10 1f 20-30 1f 60-70

[NI6912] From: Donald Bowles To: BOWLES-L@rootsweb.com Subject: Bowles-Puryear-Winn Bev, remember what I sent you information about Hezekiah Puryear? I don 't remember if I sent you all of it. Anyway, it states that he married Mil ly Winn in  1793. Also states Milly was daughter of John Winn and Mary Bow les of Hanover Co,Va. Mary was the daughter of Thomas Bowles of Henrico C o, Va.. Remember, in Thomas's will, his family sued Elijah Bowles, probably for de bt.  Two of John Winn and Mary Bowles children were in Barren Co,Ky in 181 8. Two children, Thomas Winn  m Anna ?  . Eliza Winn  m  Hardin Davis . Winns also had children to marry Wayt, Jordan, Edwards and another Austin.S o, there is a link with this Thomas Bowles and the Puryears.Since this Tho mas Bowles had a son named Thomas...could this be the Thomas who married S arah Holman of Goochland Co? And had Nathaniel V Bowles who married Sar ah Jane Puryear.Since Sarah is a descendant of Hezekiah. Hezekiah's brother Thomas Puryear, married Margaret Bowles. He died young in 1762. Ma rgaret's brother David was named guardian of her children. Margaret's so n, Jesse Puryear married Jane Holman in 1790, daughter of Nathaniel Holm an and Ann Winn. All these, probably in Henrico Co,Va.. Puryear name lin ks to many more surnames: Nuckols,and others Jim Terry from LegacyFamily Tree Support is related to this family.

[NI6913] Name:    Vernice C Nuckolls Death Date:    15 Aug 1976 County of Death:    DeKalb Gender:    F Race:    W Age:    76 years County of Residence:    DeKalb Certificate:    024927

[NI6914] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Samulson J Nuckolls Birth Year: 1920 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Georgia State: Georgia County or City: De Kalb Enlistment Date: 10 Dec 1942 Enlistment State: Georgia Enlistment City: Fort Mcpherson Atlanta Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA Grade: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Education: 3 years of college Civil Occupation: Cameraman, Motion Picture Marital Status: Single, with dependents Height: 66  Weight: 176 New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 Name: Samulson j Nuckolls Arrival Date: 31 Mar 1956 Port of Departure: Libson,Pol Port of Arrival: New York, New York Line: 12  Microfilm Serial: T715  Microfilm Roll: T715_8702  Page Numbe r: 335 Name:    Samulson J Nuckolls Death Date:    01 May 1996 County of Death:    DeKalb Gender:    M Race:    W Age:    75 years County of Residence:    DeKalb Certificate:    019304 Date Filed:    10 May 1996

[NI6920] Father: Samuel Darling Pittard b. 23 OCT 1853 in Gwinnett Co., Georgia Mother: Letitia T. CARTER b. 21 JUN 1857 in Stone Mountain, DeKalb Co., Ge orgia Burial: Stone Mountain City Cemetery, DeKalb Co., Georgia Census: 1900 in Berkshire Dist., Gwinnett Co., Georgia 4 Occupation: 1930 in Stone Mountain, DeKalb Co., Georgia agent, insurance c ompany 5 Residence: 1967 in Stone Mountain, DeKalb Co., Georgia 6 Social Security Number: 265-03-3250 Name: Anne C. Bowden Member Since: 2002-11-25 Email Address:  pittard@cox.net

[NI6929] Atlanta Constitution July 2, 1885 Deaths in Georgia Conyers Ga, July 1, The infant child of Mr and Mrs S.S. NUCKOLLS of this p lace, died yesterday evening, and was carried to Social Circle this morni ng for interment.

[NI6930] Last residence Harris Co, Houston, TX 1930 Census Birmingham is nephew Wallace Nall age 11

[DI6941] Source, TN State Library Archives, Madie Webb Papers Wartrace Tenn, March 23-Healen Erwin, 67, prominent Bedford County farmer, died at a Nashville hospital Wednesday morning of a heart attack follwoing an operation on Monday. The funeral will be held Thursday morning by the Rev J G Johnson of Hendersonville, with interment in Hollywood Cemetery. Mr Erwin was a member of an old family of the county and lived in the Bethsalem community on land granted to one of his ancestors. He was a life long member of the Presbyterian Church. Surviving are his wife, Mrs Adelle Nuckols Erwin; one son, John M Erwin and three brothers, Chester of Tiptonville, T J of Memphis and S P Erwin of Gallatin. Name: «tab»Isaac Heylan Erwin Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»23 Mar 1932 Event Place: «tab»Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»67 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1865 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Bedford Co, TN Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Thomas J. Erwin Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother: «tab»Valera Winchester Erwin Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Hollywood Burial Place: «tab»Wartrace Burial Date: «tab»3/24 Informant: «tab»Exie Nuckolls Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184129 Image Number: «tab»1921 Film Number: «tab»1876786 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»4411

[NI6942] Name:    Bessie Parker Nuckolls Death Date:    26 Aug 1926 Age:    23 years Parish:    Caddo Volume:    22 Certificate:    8617 Title:    La. State Deaths 1900-1929 Death Indexes

[NI6944] WWI Draft Registration  6/5/1917 Res Woodworth, LA Age 25 born Sept 5 1891 Plain Dealing, LA Stenographer for L br Co, Woodworth, LA Married, with wife a 1 child under 12 Med height, slender build, dark grey eyes, black hair Article about James O. Nuckolls Jr. - probably from a work related newspap er/newsletter Auditor, Serving 21st Year, Drives Safely 200,000 Miles   Two hundred thousand miles, if laid end to end, would stretch approximat ely 200,000 miles, which is quite a distance, even in this day of astronom ical figures.   The matter came up the other day when J. O. Nuckolls of the  Auditing de partment, casually estimated that he had driven that far in 16 years he h as been traveling for the company - and had covered that distance witho ut a single accident, not even a scratched fender!  In his touring aroun d, Mr. Nuckolls has driven over every conceivable kind of road, and in t he early days in some places where there were no roads.  His phenomenal sa fety record he modestly ascribes to "ordinary care and extraordinary luck ," but any safety engineer will tell you that he has never seen a stre ak of luck that ran for 16 years.   In sharp contrast to the typical "hard boiled" auditor, Mr. Nuckolls, n ow serving his 21st year with the company, is mild mannered, friendly a nd gregarious.  Yet no error or inaccuracy slips by his eagle eye.  His ma ny friends admire him most for his courteous ways and his mild temper. "Y ou have to learn to keep your temper," Nuck says, "if you plan to do th is kind of work for 21 years."   Mr. Nuckolls, with his wife, lives at 2839 West College street, Shrevepo rt.  They have a son and a daughter and two grandchildren - Judith Ann, t he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nuckolls, and Nancy Sue, the daught er of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lay.   Mr. Nuckolls' hobby is shopping an buyi ng things for his granddaughters.

[NI6946] October 19, 1895 Bossier Banner October 24, 1895 page 3A Plain Dealing Dots   The little babe of Mr. J. O. Nuckolls, that was left motherless some months ago, died last Saturday.

[NI6949] Ruby Eva Brown Nuckolls was a teacher and school principal at a one-room g rades 1-7 school in Bethel Community, Forsyth County, GA when she met a nd married Adel Benton Nuckolls.  She and Adel have three daughters, Ni la Sue Nuckolls Gibson Goforth, Karyn Nan Nuckolls Clark, Cheri Jane Nucko lls Broeker.  Ruby Nuckolls was a career professional and taught in the Ge orgia public school system for 36 years.  After she retired she taught Adu lt Basic Education at Lanier Technical School in Oakwood, GA, preparing ma ny adult and foreign students for the high school equivalency GED examinat ion.  She taught in this system for eight years.  She was in the class ro om for 42 years.  The love of teaching was so great that she couldn't gi ve it up, and tutored children with special needs in her home.  She w as a graduate of Brenau Women's College, Gainesville, GA. She was acti ve in her community, Chattahoochee Baptist Church, Delta Kappa Gamma, t he Daughter's of the American Revolution (DAR), United Daughters of the Co nfederacy (UDC), life time member of the Georgia Retired Teachers Associat ion, and the American Association of University Women (AAUW), and held off ice in the various organizations. Name:    Ruby Nuckolls Death Date:    28 Sep 1996 County of Death:    Hall Gender:    F Race:    W Age:    87 years County of Residence:    Hall Certificate:    042215 Date Filed:    07 Oct 1996

[XI6949] Chattahoochee Baptist Church Cemetery

[NI6953] 2 sons, 4 daughters

[DI6954] d/o James Alfred Sexton (1856-1932) and Martha Ada Thurmond (1859-1923) w/o Richard Byers Ledford Elemanda Nuckolls (1897-1964) married 2-19-1951 m/o Coleman Byers

[NI6956] Buried his first wife

[DI6957] Name:    Dell A Nuckolls Death Date:    02 Aug 1963 County of Death:    Gwinnett Gender:    F Race:    W Age:    57 years County of Residence:    Gwinnett Certificate:    21962

[DI6959] WALKER CO. MARRIAGE AND OBITUARY by GRIFFIN Freddie L. Graham - son of Dr. J.D. Graham accidentally shot himself.  Di ed May 31 was the only son.  1888.

[NI6961] 1880 Census of Whitfield Co., Georgia, Trickum Dist. Mr.William O. Bell age 25 Georgia initial is listed a "A". From the dates on the June 10,1880 census their children are, James L. Bell 7; Nuckolls Bell age 6; Samuel G. Bell age 4 and Joil (Joel) A.Bell age 2; all listed as sons. A.W. Frix age 20, step-son. #44 Elizabeth Bell, 81, head, VA VA VA Lizzie, dau, 49 NC NC VA # 94 Wm W Bell, 35, head, GA SC SC boarding with Grays (Widow John and son John A) Deed Book J pg 565 Montgomery CO, Mount Ida, Arkansas W O Bell and G E Bell, his wife to Levi Wattenbarger $350 for S1/2, NE1/ 4, NE 1/4, NE 1/4 Section 33-3-26 and NW 1/4, NW 1/4 Section 34-3-26 dat ed Dec 6, 1897

[DI6966] Name: «tab»Geo B Steger Titles & Terms: «tab» Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»1936 Event Place: «tab»Bell Station, Christian, Kentucky Residence: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Gender: «tab»Male Age: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Race: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Father: «tab»John Tom Steger Father's Titles & Terms: «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother: «tab»Alice Bush Mother's Titles & Terms: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Spouse: «tab»Mrs Mary H Steger Spouse's Titles & Terms: «tab» Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»3793 Film Number: «tab»1913144 Source Citation "Kentucky, Death Records, 1911-1955," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N926-586 : accessed 05 Aug 2012), Geo B Steger, 1936.

[NI6967] Title: The Smith-Taylor and Allied Families Association maintain the vario us automated Databases of the Family. The individual was stillborn or di ed before adulthood; either as an infant or youth and without marria ge or issue. Page: He died at age two (2) years, eight (8) months and thirteen (13) day s.

[MI6967] (Medical):Lived Two and 1/2 Years

[NI6968] The Rennolds, Reynolds family of England and Virginia 1530-1948, by Steph en F Tillman, Washington DC 1948. History and ancestry of the Reynolds fam ily

[NI6969] The Rennolds, Reynolds family of England and Virginia 1530-1948, by Steph en F Tillman, Washington DC 1948. History and ancestry of the Reynolds fam ily

[NI6971] The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta  Georgia  25 May 1913  Mrs Bradley Nucko lls and Miss Augusta Bickerstaff are attending commencement exersizes of J udson College at Marion, AL Date: March 23, 1900 Location: Georgia Paper: Columbus Daily Enquirer Mrs F B Nuckols who has been visiting here in this city returned to her ho me at Nuckols Station yesterday The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta  Georgia  27 July 1913  Mrs Bradley Nucko lls and son James, Mrs Delia Burnett, Mrs W J Wood,  and daughters Miss es Edwina, Laurie and Marie Wood leave next week for Weaversville, NC The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta  Georgia  25 January 1914  Columbus Ga J an 24-Mrs Bradley Nuckolls entertained Tuesday afternoon in complime nt to Mrs E H Heath of Stillmore, Ga and Mrs D M Owen, of Athens Ga, who a re the guests of their sister, Mrs J R Youmans. The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta  Georgia  12 April 1914  Mrs Bradley Nuck olls entertained at cards this morning. Miss Alexander being the homored g uest. The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta  Georgia  23 August 1914  Mrs Bradley Nuc kolls and Mr James Nuckolls have returned from a visit to Allenville, Al Name:    Agnes L Nuckolls Death Date:    06 Jan 1944 County of Death:    Muscoge Gender:    F Race:    W Age:    73 years Certificate:    1665

[NI6974] Columbus Ledger-Enquirer (GA) - March 10, 2007 COLUMBUS GA United States Marilee Nuckolls Schomburg of Columbus, died Friday, March 9, 2007, at Col umbus Hospice House. Funeral services will be held at St. Paul United Meth odist Church, 10:00 A.M. Monday, March 12th, with a private interment in t he Nuckolls Family Plot in Linwood Cemetery. The family will receive frien ds Sunday, March 11th, from 4:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M. at the home of Laura a nd Jim Patrick, 2829 Clubview Drive, Columbus, GA. Mrs. Schomburg was bo rn October 2, 1924, in Columbus, GA, to Elizabeth Day and James Thornton N uckolls. She attended Wynnton Elementary and Columbus High School. She att ended Hollins College, then graduated from the University of Georgia wi th a BA in English. Later, she received a degree in Nursing from Columb us State and went on to receive a Masters in Nursing from the Medical Coll ege of Georgia. She married Fred H. Schomburg, Jr., in September 1948. S he loved her family, her church, books and travel, and will be missed by a ll those who knew her and loved her. As a youth and young adult, she w as an active member of First Baptist Church where she taught for many yea rs in the Primary department. She later joined St. Paul United Methodist C hurch where she was active in the Miller Wilson Sunday School Class, the A ltar Guild, the U.M.W., the Chancel choir and Disciple Bible Study. She w as honored with the nomination of Quiet Disciple by the U.M.W. Mrs. Schomb urg also volunteered for many years and served on the Boards of the Wynnt on Neighborhood Network, Goodwill Auxiliary, the Medical Center Auxiliar y, and Historic Westville. She was also a member of D.A.C., D.A.R., Pha lo Study Club, Students Club, The Wynn House, Historic Columbus, Histor ic Linwood, Golden Girls, and many other organizations over the years. Mr s. Schomburg was preceded in death by her husband, Fred H. Schomburg, h er parents and her sister, Caroline Nuckolls Flournoy. Survivors inclu de 3 daughters, Lee S. Kent (Mike) of Hamilton, GA, Nelia Partain and Lau ra Patrick (Jimmy) of Columbus; a son, Rick Schomburg (Jeanne) of Columbu s; a niece, Betsy Flournoy of Hamilton, GA.; 14 grandchildren, Cathryn Tay lor, Laura Lee Partain, Carson Patrick (Millie), Tippi Patrick, Katrina Pa trick, Sarah Schomburg, Collins Schomburg, Jake Patrick and Justin Patric k, all of Columbus, John Crumpler (Beth) of Cumming, GA, Caroline Barfie ld (Richard) of Hamilton, GA, Kevin Partain of Portland, Oregon, Martha Ro bbins (Jon) and Mary Patrick of Charleston, SC; and six great-grandchildre n. The family ask that memorials be made to Columbus Hospice, Wynnton Neig hborhood Network, Historic Linwood Chapel fund or the charity of their cho ice.

[NI6975] Name: Caroline Flournoy Death Date: 30 Apr 1987 County of Death: Muscogee Gender: F Race: W Age: 60 years County of Residence: Harris Certificate: 016934 Date Filed: 08 May 1987

[NI6978] Source: History of Worth County, Georgia : for the first eighty years, 185 4-1934. Grubbs, Lillie Martin,. Macon, Ga.. J.W. Burke Co.. 1934. Obit of mother in 1912 names daughter living of her first marriage M rs C M Bell of Lumpkin GA

[NI6979] Date: 1858-07-01; Paper: The Columbus Enquirer, Tri-Weekly $50 Reward-Having lost the following notes, I will pay $50 for their recov ery. To Wit: 1 note for $3400 and one for $1600  both due Jan 1 1859; o ne for $5000 due Jan 1, 1860; and one of $2566.66 due Jan 1 1861- all dat ed March the 8th or 9th 1858, signed by Henry Ware and N A Nuckolls and ma de payable to myself. The makers of the notes having offsets against the m, they are of no value to anyone but myself. Moses Cox, May 1, 1858 Uni on Springs, Ala

[NI6984] The Columbus Enquirer-Sun May 31 1892 An Excited Runaway A great deal of excitement was caused yesterday morning on Broad Stre et by a runaway horse. The animal belonged to Mr Will Nuckolls and when it became frightened far down on Broad street it dashed up the thorough fare, causing geat consternation. Between Eleventh and Twelfth streets the runaway ran into a horse belonging to Mr T T Edmunds. The shafts of the wagon protruded in fron tog Mr Nuckolls' horse and they both penetrat ed the chhest of the animal belonging to Mr Edmunds killing it almost inst antly. Mentioned in will of grandfather Kyle 2/6/1903 1870 Census age 9 (W T) 1880 Census age 19 1900 Not found 1910 Census was indexed as Nickolls, (age 48)  in household was John McClenden, cousin, 23 AL The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta Georgia 01 August 1905   Some nice crops are reported in Muscogee county this year. As an instance W T Nuckolls who lives on the Glade road 6 miles from the city will make 300 bales of cotton and 5,000 bushels of corn on a ten-mule farm this y ear. Columbus Enquirer-Sun Feb 22 1907 Mr Will Nuckolls Condition Improving The friends of Mr Will Nuckolls, who has been dangerously ill for three weeks of Thomaston, GA will be glad to learn that his condition is now mo re favorable. During his illness, the Masons at Thomaston have been qui te kind and attentive to him. The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta  Georgia  22 December 1909   Knuckles Killed By His Overseer- Columbus Ga- Dec 21, 1904 - Will Knuckles a memb... .. prominent Muscogee county...was shot and killed at 10 o'clock....night at his farm, 6 miles... of the city, by Charles Stamp, his overseer...who afterwards came to tow....rendered. Stamps used a sh.... claims self-de fense. Knuckles.....a wife. Stamps formerly....Thomaston, GA  ( newspaper dark black ink over item) Columbus Enquirer-Sun 12/23/1909 Will Nuckolls May Recover Man Thought To Be Murdered Revived and Was Beter Last Night Although left for dead, Will T Nuckolls the young farmer shot by his overseer, Charlie Stamps, late Tuesday night, revived sufficiently to respond readily to treatment administered by the attending physician yesterday morn ing and last night was conscious and had a very good chance to recover. Stamps, who declared Tuesday nigth that he had killed Nuckolls, was greatly surprized and releived yesterday to learn that the man was still alive, he hardly realizing that such could have been the case. Nuckolls was shot through the neck by a .22 calibre bullet from a pistol and although the wound was an exceedingly ugly one, the doctor say at once that prompt measures might save his life. He remained with the injured man all day, returning to Columbus last night, and will go back to his bedside this morning. As soon as notified of the affair yesterday morning, Sollcito Palmer sent County Officers, Layfield and  Ellison went to the farm where the shooting took place, but they were unable to learn anything in connection wi th the matter. The doctor has refused to allow Nuckolls to be examined regarding the shooting and until he gets well, there will be little known of the true cause of the trouble. Dec 23 1909 The Macon Daily Telegraph Said He Killed Nuckolls But The Man Isn't Dead Columbus, Ga Dec 22- When Charlie Stamps, overseer of the Nuckolls plantat ion, eight miles from the city, came to town  at --- last night and surrendered himself declaring that he had shot and killed Will Nuckolls in self defense, the accuracy of the statement was not for a minute doubted. Today, to the amazement of everybody, the news was brought in that Nuckolls , although shot through the neck, was still living  though in a very critical condition and had a fighting chance for recovery. Stamps thought th at he had killed him and brought the --- to town in good faith, but aft er he left, the apparent dead man revived. Columbus Enquirer Charlie Stamps Allowed Liberty 12/24/1909 Man Who Was Held for Shooting Will Nuckolls is Given Freedom At the request of Will Nuckolls, shot through the neck last week by Charlie Stamps on the Nuckolls plantation eight miles from Columbus, the criminal warrant sworn out in Judge Crenshaw's court last week immediately aft er the shooting charging Stamps with murder, has been withdrawn. The party withdrawing the warrant Sunday stated that Nuckolls admitted being in t he wrong during the quarrel and that the shooting was entirely justifiable. Stamps was released from jail Sunday evening. This turn in the case, with Nuckolls rapidly improving from his serious injury and his acknowledgem ent of the blame of the affair, will probably prevent Stamps from having to appear in court, although the grand jury could investigate if they thought proper. The father of Stamps, who has been in the city since learning of his son's predicament was here yesterday and it is understood took his son to Thomaston with him at noon. The Macon Daily Telegraph Dec 23 1909 Nuckolls May Recover Montgomery AL Dec 22- Will Nuckolls reported to have been killed near Colu mbus Ga, yesterday is alive and will likely recover according to information received here. He was shot by Charles Stamps, overseer of Nuckolls plantation near here. The Columbus Equirer-Sun Dec 24, 1909 Will Nuckolls Is Still Improving Word from the bedside of Mr Will Nuckolls, shot Tuesday night by Charlie Stamps on a plantation a few miles from the city, was to the effect th at he was still improving last night and had every indication of being ab le to pull through. The bullet struck him under the right ear and passed o ut under the left ear. The father of Mr Stamps arrived yesterday from Thom aston, Ga and will remain here until the outcome of the injury inflicted by his boy on Nuckolls is known. Dec 29, 1909 The Macon Daily Telegraph Charlie Stamps Released; Nuckolls is Rocovering Warrant Was Withdrawn at the Request of Wounded Man Columbus Ga Dec 28- Charlie Stamps, who has been under arrest since he sh ot Will Nuckolls last week, was today released. Although shot through the neck, Nuckolls is recovering and today requested that the warrant again st Stamps be withdrwn. This is a remarkable ending of what Stamps himself reported to the authorities in goof faith as a homicide case, beleiving he had killed Nuckolls. The Atlanta Constitution Atlanta  Georgia  29 January 1910  Nuckolls ve ry ILL- Columbus, Ga Jan 28- Will Nuckolls , a prominent young Muscogee co unty planter who was shot and first thought to be killed by Charles Stamps some weeks ago, and who requested that Stamps be released by the authorities, which was done, has sustained a stroke of paralysis and is critically ill. Date: 1910-10-20; Paper: The Columbus Enquirer-Sun William T Nuckolls is Much Improved The many friends of Mr W T Nuckolls were gald to see him on Broad Street yesterday. Mr Nuckolls has been confined  to his home since last December by sickness. He was able to come into the city in an automobile and enjoy the day meeting his friends again. He is now on the road to recovery. Columbus Ledger 5/14/1911 Mr Nuckolls Paralyzed The many friends of Mr Will Nuckolls, who was injured by a gunshot wound some time ago, will regret very much to learn that he is suffering from a stroke of paralysis as a result of the wounds, and that his condition is reported serious. The Columbus Ledger Dec 22 1911 W T Nuckolls Passes Away Prominent Planter Well Known in Columbus Died after Long Illness Funeral Occurs in Columbus Tomorrow Remains Be Brought to This City and Interred in Linwood With Masonic Honors Mr Will T Nuckolls, one of the most prominent planters in Muscogee County passed away this morning 1t 4:30 o'clock at his home at Kyle's Bend about six miles from the city after a protracted illness. Mr Nuckolls has been in ill health for about two or three years, after having sustained a stroke of paralysis some time ago from which he had never fully recovered; and it is thought that his demise was caused from heart failure superinduced by the paralytic stroke. It will be remembered that Mr Nuckolls was shot by a man some some monhs ago sustaining serious injuries from which, it is said, he never fully recovered. The deceased gentleman was about 45 yeas of age at the time of his death and was one of the best known and most highly esteemed agriculturists in this section of west Georgia and east Alabama. He owned an extensive plantation in this county and stood very highly among all who knew him. He was a member of one of the olde st families in this section, his relatives having been prominently identified with the early developments of Columbus and Muscogee County. He was a member of the Mt Herman lodge of Masons and  this order will take charge of the funeral services Saturday. Besides his wife, he is survived by two children, and one sister Mrs J L Wilcox of Montgomery. The funeral service will be held from his late residence tomorrow afternoon at 2 o' clock conducted by Rev Dr L R Christie, pastor of the First Baptist Church, after which the remains will be brought to Columbus and interred in Linwood cemetery with the honors of the Masonic fraternity. The Columbus Enquirer-Sun 12/23/1911 W T Nuckolls Died Friday Remains Will Be Interred in Linwood Cemetery With Masonic honors Mr William T Nuckolls, died at his home about six miles southeast of the c ity yesterday morning at 1:30 o'clock after a protracted illness of paraly sis. He was about 50 years of age and was a son of the late Mr N A Nuckol ls of Russell Co, AL He was a prominent and well-known planter and had ma ny friends in this city who regret his death very much. He is surviv ed by his wife, who was formerly Miss Kate McMillan, and two children a nd one sister, Mrs J S Willcox of Montgomery, Ala, besides a number of oth er relatives in and near Columbus. The funeral will take place from his la te residence today. Rev Dr L R Christie will conduct the services. The rem ains will be buried in Linwood Cemetery at 2 o'clock this afternoon with M asonic honors, the deceased having been a member of Mount Hermon lodge. The Columbus Enquirer-Sin 12/23/1911 W T Nuckolls Buried in Linwood Cemetery The funeral of Mr W T Nuckolls took place from his residence about six mil es from the city yesterday at 11:30 o'clock. There was a short servi ce at the house which was concluded at Linwood where the remains were inte rred with Masonic honors at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Rev Dr Christie co nducted the religious services. There  were a number of floral tributes pl aced upon the casket by friends of the deceased and his family. The follow ing gentlemen acted as pallbearers: Messrs Frank Elliott, E N Pullia m, G W Stratford, Wm Farr, W E Anthony and Dr W C Hewell The Columbus Ledger 12/24/1911 The funeral of Mr W T Nuckolls took place yesterday afternoon from his la te residence at Kyle's Bend, a short ceremony being performed at the ho me by Rev Dr L R Christie, pastor of the First Baptist Church, after whi ch the remains were brought to Columbus for Interment in Linwood Cemeter y. Quite a large number of friends of the deceased gentleman attended t he committment services of the one they had esteemed so highly in life a nd the ceremony was very impressive. The Masonic fraternity of which he w as a member conducted the funeral services at the cemetery, and the pallbe arers were the following: Messrs: Frank Elliott, G W Stafford, Wm Far r, W E Anthony, E N Pullins and Dr W C Huie The Columbus Enquirer-Sun 12/23/1911 Funeral Notice The friends and aquaintances of Mr and Mrs W T Nuckolls and family are inv ited to attend the funeral of Mr Nuckolls this Saturday afternoon at two o 'clock at Linwood Cemetery

[NI6999] 1880 Census Place Porters, Montgomery, Alabama   Family History Library Fi lm   1254027   NA Film Number   T9-0027   Page Number   435D Frank NUCKOLS   Self   M   Male   W   50   VA   Farmer   VA   VA Hattie NUCKOLS   Wife   M   Female   W   30   AL      VA   AL Charlie NUCKOLS   Son   S   Male   W   6   AL      VA   AL Carrie NUCKOLS   Dau   S   Female   W   8   AL      VA   AL Ann E. GUICE   Other   S   Female   W   40   AL   Teaching Scho ol   GA   AL Nancy WRIGHT   Other   W   Female   B   50   VA   Servant   A Patience WRIGHT   Other   S   Female   B   13   AL   Servant   VA   VA

[NI7000] Could this be Mollie age 17 in the 1860 Cesus? Parents- James and Priscilla (WILSON) CORBETT had a daughter Mantha (possi bly short for Samantha) CORBETT (b. 18 Oct 1807; d. 30 Aug 1865) who marri ed on 17 Dec 1827 in Montgomery Co., AL to Jonathan ORUM (b. 12 Nov 180 1; d. 15 Sept 1865).

[DI7004] LETART-John B. Nuckles, 82, who came to West Virginia by wagon from Albermarle county, Virginia, in 1860 dies here, following a fall while carrying a piece of timber in his arms.Charleston Daily Mail, Friday,  11/18/1921 Name: John Ebank Nuckles Sex:  M Death Date: 03 Nov 1921 Death Place: Mason, West Virginia Age at Death:  84 11 12 Burial Place:  Lone Oak Mt Pleasant Burial Date:  11/5/1921 Cemetery: Funeral Home: Birth Date:  Nov 15 1836 Birth Place:  VA Marital Status:  Married Spouse: Occupation: Farmer Address: Residence: Mother: Mary Eubanks Mother's Birth Place:  VA Father: George Nuckles Father's Birth Place:  VA Informant: L? R Nuckles

[DI7005] Name: «tab»William Nuckles Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»14 Jan 1919 Event Place: «tab»Johnson City, Washington County, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab»Married Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»76 Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»10 Apr 1842 Birthplace: «tab»Va. Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Geo. Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab»Virginia Mother: «tab»Mary Wells Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Virginia Occupation: «tab»Farmer Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Carr Cemetery Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»16 Jan 1919 Informant: «tab»W F Kipping Additional Relatives: COD-Burn- Accidental, sitting by open fire place.«tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183656 Image Number: «tab»751 Film Number: «tab»1299711 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»30

[NI7006] James A Nuckols   Age: 28 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0020   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0175   County:  Hanover   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Wife Elizabeth 30 Virginia Daughter Rosa E 03 Virginia Daughter Margaret NR Virginia Son David J 26 Virginia Sister Ella May 19 Virginia Name:    James Andrew Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Hanover  Sta te:    Virginia Birth Date:    9 Apr 1882  Race:    White  Roll:    1984719 Sep 12 1918 James Andrew Nuckols res Hanover Co, Rockville, VA Age 36 born April 9 1882 Self emp farmer Nearest kin-Ann E Nuckols, same address Tall, stout, blue eyes, sandy hair Signed J A Nuckols U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: James Andrew Nuckols Birth Date: 9 Apr 1882 age 60 Residence: Hanover, Virginia, Rockville Birth: Hanover, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mrs J A Nuckols Emp-self

[NI7007] Unmarried James A Nuckols   Age: 28 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0020   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0175   County:  Hanover   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Wife Elizabeth 30 Virginia Daughter Rosa E 03 Virginia Daughter Margaret NR Virginia Brother David J 26 Virginia Sister Ella May 19 Virginia Name:    David Jackson Nuckols City:    Not Stated  County:    Hanover  St ate:    Virginia Birth Date:    2 Nov 1884  Race:    White  Roll:    1984719 Sep 12 1918 David Jackson Nuckols, res Hanover Co, Rockville, VA Age 34 born Nov 2 1884 Self emp farmer Nearest relative-Andie Nuckols Med height, med build, eyes (cant read) , light hair Signed D J Nuckols U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: David Jackson Nuckols Birth Date: 2 Nov 1883 age 58 Residence: Hanover, Virginia, Rockville Birth: Hanover, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mr J Andy Nuckols, Rockville Self Employed

[BI7008] Name: «tab»E M Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»06 Nov 1889 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»H W Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»E J Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-6 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046938 Reference Number: «tab»430 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56L-BJS : accessed 6 April 2012), E M Nuckols (1889).

[BI7009] Name: «tab»L T Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»12 Dec 1890 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»H Wise Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»E J Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»I01762-6 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2046938 Reference Number: «tab»434 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56L-1C9 : accessed 6 April 2012), L T Nuckols (1890).

[DI7009] Florida Death Index, 1877-1998 Name: «tab»Lunsford Thomas Nuckols Death Date: «tab»Jul 1967 County of Death: «tab»Dade State of Death: «tab»Florida Race: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Male

[NI7012] DECEASED  Nuckolls, Edmund B. YEAR  [1862]. NOTE  Race: White. NOTE  Gender: Male. NOTE  Date of death: July 14, 1862. NOTE  Cause of death: Typhoid pneumonia. NOTE  Age at death: 22 years. NOTE  Occupation: Farmer. NOTE  Unmarried. SOURCE  Louisa County, 1862. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical Society. SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Louisa County. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Edmund B., parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Martha A., parent. OTHER NAME  Nuckolls, Martha A., Mrs., informant (Mother). Enlisted as a Private on 17 April 1861        Enlisted in Co D, 13th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 17 April 186 1.       Detailed on 15 November 1861       Absent, sick on 28 June 1862       Returned on 30 June 1862 (No further record)

[DI7012] Name: «tab»Edmund B. Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»14 Jul 1862 Death Place: «tab»Louisa, Louisa, Virginia Age: «tab»22 Birth Date: «tab»1840 Birthplace: «tab»Louisa County, Virginia Occupation: «tab»Farmer Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Single Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Edmund B. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Martha A. Nuckolls Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07476-8 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2048591 Reference Number: «tab»p67 #6 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRSN-SB3 : accessed 7 April 2012), Edmund B. Nuckolls (1840).

[NI7013] Joseph C Nuckolls, as he is repeatedly referred to in the personal proper ty and land tax lists of Buckingham County, came to Buckingham County abo ut 1820, shortly after his father's death, a fairly wealthy young ma n. He did not appear in the tax list of Buckingham County until 1821, b ut he was already the owner of at least four male slaves, a very expensi ve commodity. A copy of the Family Bible is kept in the Buckingham Coun ty Clerk of the Circuit Court Office. On Sept 20, 1831, according to Buckingham Church Records found in the Virg inia State Library Archives, Joseph and Elizabeth Ann became members of Bu ckingham Baptist Church. By 1836 he had acquired over 1700 acres of la nd in  Buckingham County. One tract alone was over 800 acres in the Hunt er Creek Area. Tradition states that Joseph and Eliza had twelve children. The Bible reco rd and census records account for only eleven. Facts submitted are Will of father Edmund, Location, and dates. Descendan ts of Joseph provided by Nuckolls  Society Member, Gerald Fisher 305 Her on Ln Charlottesville, VA 22903 gerry_fisher_3@csi.com Enlisted as a Private on 02 May 1861 Enlisted in Company D, 13th Infantry Regiment Virginia on 02 May 1861. Wounded on 09 August 1862 at Cedar Mountain, VA Returned on 06 January 1863 Absent, without leave on 15 November 1863 Returned on 15 May 1864 Absent, sick on 27 May 1864 Returned on 18 July 1864 Paroled on 09 May 1865 at Beaver Dam, VA Enlisted as a Private in Co. D (The Louisa Blues), 13th Va. Inf., in Loui sa County, Virginia on May 2, 1861. He was wounded at Cedar Mountain on Au gust 9,1862, and paroled at Beaver Dam, Virginia, May 9th, 1865. -- Source --"13th Virginia Infantry", David F Riggs, H E Howard, Inc, Lynchburg, Vir ginia, 1988, p. 132 Cedar Mountain, August 9th 1862. This battle was probably THE battle of the 13th Virginia Infantry Regimen t. After the war veterans of the Regiment referred to this battle as "pre- eminently our fight". The fight started with the Regiment placed in the mi ddle of the Confederate line and as the extreme left regiment of Early's b rigade. To the left of the 13th the Stonewall brigade was placed (under Ja mes A. Walker). The Federals closed in on the Confederates, and the fighti ng was intense for several minutes. Then the two brigades just to the le ft of Early's brigade fell back as well as several regiments to the righ t. Only the 13th and 31st Virginia stood their ground in that sector of t he battlefield. Walker recognized the danger to a confederate artillery pi ece right in front of him and ordered both regiments forward to protect t he gun. At the same time the Federals had enveloped the left flank of t he 13th, but still the men fought in good order. Walker withdrew the regim ent 200 yards, halted, and rallied. At this time, when everything looked grim for the graycoats, and that t he mighty Stonewall Jackson would suffer a defeat, A. P. Hill arrived wi th the last of Jackson's division. He noted that few regiments were "stand ing firm" and was undoubtly pleased to find his former command among the se regiments. Encouraged by the reinforcements the 13th recaptured it's po sition from the Federals and stood firmly for about ten minutes while exch anging shoots with another blue line in a cornfield. The Federals then col lapsed and the graycoats cleared the field of the enemy. Just then Feder al cavalry attacked to the left of the Regiment. The men executed a "le ft wheeel" and poured a volley into the flank of the union cavalry, whi ch broke the attack. The pride in the Regiment was justified, their stand had bought Stonewa ll Jackson precious time. Colonel Walker praised his mens' bravory and dis ciplined valor. General Early declared that "the men of the Regiment are c apital fighting men, there being none better in the Army". He also cited T errill for great gallantry and recommended Walker for Brigadier General, w hich recieved Ewell's endorsement. Although in the midst of the heavy figh ting the Regiments' loss was two killed and 32 wounded. The Richmond Daily Dispatch: August 18, 1862. Casualties of the battle of Cedar Run.Thirteenth regiment. Company D, Capt Winston--Wounded: Wm Grymes, in ankle; J L Nuckols, sligh t, in bowels; Simeon Schacht, calf of leg, slight; J F Dickinson, in le g, slight; Jas Seay, in leg, slight; Lewis Napper, slight.

[DI7013] Death Cert spelling is with one L

[NI7014] A third wife in cemetery, named Mrs J P who died 8/14/1909 ? Not likely since he married Belle 1904

[DI7014] Hopkinsville Kentuckian 8/15/1908 Death Expected Mr J P Nuckols is very ill at his home in this city and his death is expected at any moment. He is suffering from Bright's disease Hopkinsville Kentuckian 8/18/1908 James Polk Nuckolls Gallant Soldier and God Citizen Passes Away James Polk Nuckolls, a prominent farmer, aged 64 years died Friday at midnight of Bright's Disease, at his home in this city. He was a native of Virginia and a Confederate Veteran. Mr Nuckolls was twice married. Two children-a son and a daughter by his first wife-survive him. Also a widow, his second wife, to whom he was married in 1904 at Madisonville. She was Mrs Fowler, a sister of Hon Ruby Laffoon, who was with his brother-in-law when he died. Shortly after his second marriage, Mr Nuckolls left his farm in the county and came to the city to reside. His family lived on the corner of Virginia Street and Eleventh Avenue. The funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock by Rev H D Smith, pastor of the Christian Church, of which the deceased was a member. A large number of the friends of the family from the country as well as from the sity attended the burial at Riverside Cemetery. Mr Nuckols was an excellent citizen and an upright honest man. His friends were numerous and his death causes much sorrow. He was born in 1844. Hopkinsville Kentuckian Thurs 9/3/1908 Resolutions In Memory of J.P.Nuckolls Who Died Aug 14, 1908 The grim reaper, death, has again invaded our ranks and taken from us our worthy and beloved brother, J.P.Nuckolls. Bro. Nuckolls was a man of many estimable traits of character, strong minded, but gentle and courteous in manners. He was ever ready to do a kindness for a friend or neighbor, was a skillful farmer, a thorough gentleman and christian. He was 63 years of and we trust was garnered like a ripe sheaf into the Paradise of God. Resolved, That in the death of Bro. Nuckolls his family has lost a loving husband, a kind and generous father, the Grange a useful member and the community a good neighbor and a kind friend. Resolved that we tender to the bereaved family in their great sorrow our heartfelt and sincere sympathy. Resolved, that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family of our deceased brother and a copy to be recorded in our proceedings. J M Adams, M B King, J W Foard. Richmond Times Dispatch Aug 16, 1909 Mr Joseph E Nuckolls, of the Arminius Mines received the sad news of his brothers critical illness at Hopkinsville, KY Hopkinsville Kentuckian 10/31/1908 Administrators Notice All persons having claims against the estate of J.P.Nuckols, deceased, are hereby given notice to file same with me, properly proven, on or before Dec 1, 1908. Walter Knight, Admr, J.P.Nuckols, deceased.

[NI7016] Deed Book  L , Page 173-10 Dec 1808-William McGehee and Ann McGehee (wif e) to George McGehee for 20 shillings, 223 acres on Little River.   Beginn ing at Frederick Harris line, Thomas Gibson [Gipson], Thomas Smith, Benjam in Harris, this land on which Richard Harris and wife formerly lived .... Book: L, Page: 214, Grantor: Smith, Thomas & Elizabeth, Grantee: McGehe e, George, Date: 25-Feb-1809 Thomas Smith and Elizabeth Smith (wife) to George McGehee for £63, 7 shill ings, 45 1/4 acres of land on the North side of North fork of Little Riv er ... Mary Thomason .... Deed Book N, Page 398-30 Oct 1817-Book: N, Page: 398, Grantor: George McGe hee and Elizabeth his wife, Grantee: William Mills, Date: 30-Oct-1817 George McGehee and Elizabeth his wife to William Mills $3,487.25 for tra ct whereon McGehee now resides on North Fork of Little River cont. 268 1 /4 acres adjoining Frederick Harris, Thornton Gibson, Hancock, Chapman a nd Fortune, Thomasson, Benj. Harris. being land conveyed to George McGeh ee by William McGehee and Thomas Smith. Wit. Fred. Harris, Thornton Gibso n, Benj. Harris, John Cole. 28-May-1820 Book: S, Page: 229, Grantor: William F. Toler, Grantee:  , Wil liam F. Toler trustee to a deed of trust from Merewether Smith to him t he said Toler for the benefit of Edmond Pendleton, Nelson L. Hines and Jos eph C. Eggleston of 1st part to Nelson Hines of 2nd. Land sold at public a uction, all the rights Merewether Smith had in the estate of George McGeh ee and Samuel Nuckolls, Dec'd by his intermarriage with Ann L. McGehee. Book: R, Page: 70, Grantor: Merewether Woodson Smith 1st, Joseph W. Pendlt on 2, Grantee: Duncan M. Quarles and others, Date: 12-Mar-1827 DT 12 Mar 1827 Merewether Woodson Smith 1st, Joseph W. Pendlton 2nd, Willi am F. Toler 3rd, all of Louisa. toler is security for Smith on a bond to D uncan M. Quarles and others for $60. In trust on grey horse, one sorrel ho rse and all his right and interest in the estate of George McGehee and Sam uel Nuckolls, Dec;d. which he derived by his intermarriage with Ann S. McG ehee, daughter of George McGehee, Dec'd. Wit. Robert Cowherd, Sig. Merewet her W. Smith. Louisa Co, Marriages George MCGEHEE m. Elizabeth NUCKOLLS, 25 June 1808 John MCGEHEE m. Nancy W. NUCKOLLS, 02 Nov 1820 William L. MCGEHEE m. Mary BURRUS, 24 Dec 1799 immigrant McGregor/Mcgehee in 1634 was in King William and then becau se of new counties being formed also ended up in New Kent and Hanover. The ir original land grants were substancial . There were 3 sons born to the i mmigrant and one stayed in areas of Albemarle /Prince Edward. The oth er 2 concentrated in central Piedmont area including Louisa . They wre Pre sbyterian and some became Methodist and some went to Grandville Co Nc. Louisa Co, VA Book: R, Page: 70, Grantor: Merewether Woodson Smith 1st, Jo seph W. Pendlton 2, Grantee: Duncan M. Quarles and others, Date: 12-Mar-18 27 DT 12 Mar 1827 Merewether Woodson Smith 1st, Joseph W. Pendlton 2nd, Willi am F. Toler 3rd, all of Louisa. toler is security for Smith on a bond to D uncan M. Quarles and others for $60. In trust on grey horse, one sorrel ho rse and all his right and interest in the estate of George McGehee and Sam uel Nuckolls, Dec;d. which he derived by his intermarriage with Ann S. McG ehee, daughter of George McGehee, Dec'd. Wit. Robert Cowherd, Sig. Merewet her W. Smith. When George McGehee died shortly before his father Willam in 1820/21 he w as a wealthy man.He had married 2nd to Elizabeth G Nuckolls . She then mar ried to Charles Barrett who was a Judge and lawyer who practiced in Richmo nd but they lived in Louisa.That is when all the lawsuits against Elizabe th started in Louisa Co from 1820 to 1852 by George McGehee's older childr en and others against her for their share of fathers estate. I have nev er had the funds to send for all those records. They would list Elizabeth and all the children of George by both wives. They are in L ouisa County courts and indexed. If you ever send for them let me kno w. I have been very ill and on Soc Sec and now only have use of one eye. Thanks Pat

[NI7020] Caius worked as a School Teacher, Constable, and Marshall and served ma ny in the area as Doctor for minor things. He was an excellent marksman a nd would shoot quail and take them to Richmond to sell at market. William Joseph Bagby would recount the story about the Christmas Day in 19 18 they received a message that his father Caius had taken ill. The roa ds were nearly impassable from the weather, but the family went to Loui sa from Richmond. Robert Ruthvin, Sr. was six months at the time, but th ey had to take him along. Caius was so ill by the time most of the family arrived that the only thi ng he said, and his last words were "Whithersoever the carcass is there wi ll the eagles be gathered". He was quoting Matthew 24:28 "For wheresoever the carcase is, there will t he eagles be gathered together." He died on the 26th and was buried on William Joseph Bagby's twenty-fif th birthday, December 28, 1918. Source: Nell Bagby Simmons

[NI7021] 1870 Sangamon Co, Pawnee, IL pg 279 193-193 James Bennington, 44, IN Nancy, 28 IL Laura Nuckolls, 7 ILNancy's parents and siblings info from WFT Vol 48 Tr ee 585

[MI7021] (Medical):Died at age Six

[NI7026] Goochland County Records Page 1902 - John Webber and Cornelius Harris Gooc haldn County to John Woodson 100 acres bounded by land of Henry Whitlow, W illiam Nuckols and Benjamin Watkins line to Tuckahoe Creek, dated 20 Se pt 1771 recorded May 18, 1772 pg 225 Pg 1922 Matthew Webber of Goochland County under a power of attorney fr om Timothy Ford and Betty A Ford his wife of the  State of Kentuc ky of to Jacob Woodson, Goochland County 147 1/2 acres in Goochland Coun ty on the third notched road where Rev Reuben Ford formerly resided dat ed 8-20-1827 ibid pg250 Charles Woodson , the younger of Powhatan Co. & Ann , his wife, to Willi am Royster , 200 a. Goochland Co. bounded by lands of late John Flemi ng , Judith Cheadle , Thomas Pleasants & Matthew Pleasants , being pa rt of larger tract granted by patent to Tarlton Woodson , late of the coun ty of Chesterfield , decd., and by him sold to the late Jacob Woodson , h is son, by deed dated June 9, 1756 , and the sd. Jacob dieing without iss ue the sd. 200 a. descended to Charles Woodson the elder, as heir at l aw to the sd. Jacob , and by him conveyed to the sd. Charles Woodson the y ounger. Dat. June 19, 1780 . Rec. Nov. 20, 1780 . Ibid. p. 47. Josiah Seay & wife to Jacob Woodson , Goochland Co. 130 a. on waters of St oney Creek, Goochland Co. Dat. Oct. 15, 1788 . Rec. -. Ibid. p. 223.

[NI7029] First Cousin to Major B P Lee and Governor Fitzhugh Lee, former govern or of Virginia and a nephew of General Robert E Lee

[NI7030] Maybe?  David B Nuckolls who married Mary A Brown in Jackson Co, AR 1/15/1857 The Daily Confederation (Alabama) 8/5/1859 Fatal Affray in Tuskegee From a private letter to a gentleman in this city, we learn that an affray occurred in Tuskegee on Thursday, between David Nuckolls and  Thomas Jones, in which Nuckolls fired a pistol at Jones, the ball of which mealry grazed Jones' head, without any injury. A shot then fired at Nuckolls from some one in the crowd, which took effect, from which, the writer thought he could not survive through yesterday.

[NI7031] Ownes the Plantation Home at Nuckolls Crossing - James Nuckolls and his wi fe Elizabeth Day reside there; this house was built before the "Mansion" The Nuckolls "Mansion" passed out of the hands of the family over 80 yea rs ago, and was demolished about 1954 to make way for a play ground. Register of former cadets : Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Virgin ia, 1939. Roanoke, Va.: Roanoke Print. Co., 1939, 403  pgs. Nuckolls, James Thornton , Columbia Georgia; 1 1/2 yrs ent; 3rd rep; accou ntant; Eagle and Phoenix mills, 1540 Starke Ave, Lolumbus Name:    James T Nuckolls Death Date:    30 Sep 1991 County of Death:    Muscogee Gender:    M Race:    W Age:    92 years County of Residence:    Muscogee Certificate:    037972 Date Filed:    08 Oct 1991

[XI7031] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about James Nuckolls Name: «tab»James Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»22 Nov 1898 Death Date: «tab»30 Sep 1991 SSN: «tab»255032075 Branch 1: «tab»N

[NI7038] Bk 31 p517 Indenture 8 Nov 1838   Benjamin Nuckols, the executor of the es tate of William Nuckols dec. and handling the sale of the lands of Nancy W. Nuckols dec., sells to William P. Nuckols for $1216, 300 and 1/2 ac on 3 Dec 1832 and for $281, 69 and 1/2ac on 25 Aug 1835.  All this la nd is in area of Nuckols Mtg. House, and adjacent to the lands of William Ford and Joseph. Goochland Co, VA Bk 32 p196  18 Sept 1839  Indenture from William P. Nuckols and Aman da M. Nuckols, his wife to Charles Ford.  $186 for parcel of land. Book MM Page 45  -  Deed date Sep 4, 1847 from Wm P Nuckols to W W Grooms which deeded slaves. Recorded 17 Dec 1846 (Spottsylvania Co, VA)

[NI7039] d/o James and Elizabeth Gray 1860 Virginia, Goochland co, Coal Hill (P.O.)( Indexed NicKols) M653-1347 751/725 NUCKOLS Amanda 50 female farmer 1000/2000 VA Westly 24 male manager of farm VA Ida V 20 female VA Charles W 3 male VA Horrace B 2 male VA 1870 Virginia Goochland Co Dover Twp, (P.O.) Pierce's M593-1649495/495 NUCKOLS Amanda M 52 female white keeping house VA Thomas R 24 male farmer VA ROBINSON William A 51 male Minister VA Hester E 33 female Keeping house Willard B 11 male at home VA 1880 Census, Hanover Co, Ashland, VA pg 4d William A Robinson, 65 VA VA VA Hester E , wife,  42, VA VA VA Willard B , s, 21 Amanda Nuckols, M I L, 75 VA VA VA

[DI7039] Name: «tab»Amanda M. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»20 Nov 1891 Death Place: «tab»Dover District, Goochland, Virginia Age: «tab»86 Birth Date: «tab»1805 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Unknown Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»James Gray 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»142/34 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X51C-DB3 : accessed 7 April 2012), Amanda M. Nuckols (1805).

[NI7041] 4.    That at the death of Mrs. Geraldine Harper, she left as her sole hei rs at law Dr. Georgia A. Harper, Mrs. Anna Harper Ogilvie and J.D. Harper, now deceased.

[NI7042] George A. Harper, D. D. S., is a skillful practitioner of the pleasant lit tle city of Homer, La., and is a native of Claiborne Parish, his birth occ urring here in 1864, being one of three children.  Dr. Harper is a gradua te of Vanderbilt College of Dentistry of Nashville, Tenn., his educati on in this institution being completed in the year 1887, but he was a well -educated young man ere he entered the dental college, for he had receiv ed thorough training in the Meridian Male and Female Academy of Meridian,_ _.  His father is a renowned physician in the prosperous town of Meridia n.  He served in the Rebellion with distinction and bravery, which receiv ed for him encomiums from his countrymen.  His wife, whose maiden name w as Miss Geraldine Nuckolls, was a Tennesseean, who died in 1872, after whi ch Dr. Harper married Miss Lelia Nuckolls, a sister of his first wif e, by whom he has seven children.  He has attained a prominent positi on as a medical practitioner in his portion of the State, and being posses sed of engaging manners, and a brilliant mind, coupled with unquestioned i ntegrity, and habits of strict morality and sobriety, it is not to be wond ered at that his career has been one of distinction and success.  Dr. Geor ge A. Harper began his independent career as a salesman in a drug sto re at the age of eighteen years, and after following this until he reach ed his twentieth year, he began the study of dentistry, and finally gradua ted as has been mentioned above.  As he possesses numerous admirable trai ts of character, a bright future is before him.  He was the leader of h is class in mechanical execution of his work whilst in college, and otherw ise became distinguished whilst preparing himself for his profession, bei ng an earnest and painstaking student.  He entered upon his practice in Ho mer in 1887, and has already acquired a widespread reputation as a dent al surgeon.  He is a honored member of the K. of P., of Homer, La., and h as always affiliated with the Democratic party, and al all times has endea vored to endorse men of principle and honor, although he is not an acti ve partisan, except in the matter of voting.  Dr. Harper has always be en a young man of much principle, of that moral and personal integrity, a nd clear well-balanced, active intelligence, for which all his people ha ve been noted.  He holds a warm place in the estimation of his numerous fr iends and patrons, and promises to be a valuable adjunct to the citizensh ip of any locality in which he may make his home. Source: Biographical a nd Historical Memoirs of Northwest Louisiana The Southern Publishing Compa ny, Chicago & Nashville, 1890 Submitted by: Gwen Moran-Hernandez

[NI7043] George A. Harper, D. D. S., Claiborne Parish, LA Source: Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northwest Louisiana The Southern Publishing Company, Chicago & Nashville, 1890 Submitted for the LAGenWeb Archives by: Gwen Moran-Hernandez, Jan. 2000 George A. Harper, D. D. S., is a skillful practitioner of the pleasant lit tle city of Homer, La., and is a native of Claiborne Parish, his birth occ urring here in 1864, being one of three children.  Dr. Harper is a gradua te of Vanderbilt College of Dentistry of Nashville, Tenn., his educati on in this institution being completed in the year 1887, but he was a well -educated young man ere he entered the dental college, for he had receiv ed thorough training in the Meridian Male and Female Academy of Meridian,_ _.  His father is a renowned physician in the prosperous town of Meridia n.  He served in the Rebellion with distinction and bravery, which receiv ed for him encomiums from his countrymen.  His wife, whose maiden name w as Miss Geraldine Nuckolls, was a Tennesseean, who died in 1872, after whi ch Dr. Harper married Miss Lelia Nuckolls, a sister of his first wif e, by whom he has seven children.  He has attained a prominent positi on as a medical practitioner in his portion of the State, and being posses sed of engaging manners, and a brilliant mind, coupled with unquestioned i ntegrity, and habits of strict morality and sobriety, it is not to be wond ered at that his career has been one of distinction and success.  Dr. Geor ge A. Harper began his independent career as a salesman in a drug sto re at the age of eighteen years, and after following this until he reach ed his twentieth year, he began the study of dentistry, and finally gradua ted as has been mentioned above.  As he possesses numerous admirable trai ts of character, a bright future is before him.  He was the leader of h is class in mechanical execution of his work whilst in college, and otherw ise became distinguished whilst preparing himself for his profession, bei ng an earnest and painstaking student.  He entered upon his practice in Ho mer in 1887, and has already acquired a widespread reputation as a dent al surgeon.  He is a honored member of the K. of P., of Homer, La., and h as always affiliated with the Democratic party, and al all times has endea vored to endorse men of  principle and honor, although he is not an acti ve partisan, except in the matter of voting.  Dr. Harper has always be en a young man of much principle, of that moral and personal integrity, a nd clear well-balanced, active intelligence, for which all his people ha ve been noted.  He holds a warm place in the estimation of his numerous fr iends and patrons, and promises to be a valuable adjunct to the citizenship of any locality in which he may make h is home.

[NI7045] 4.A.  That at the death of J.D. Harper, he left as his sole heirs at law M rs. Lena M. Hicks, Colquitt Harper, Rollins Harper and Ettie Neal Harper.

[DI7047] Name: «tab»Gus A Wasson Titles and Terms: «tab» Event Type: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»27 Feb 1934 Event Place: «tab»Selma, Grant, Louisiana Gender: «tab»Male Age: «tab»82 Race (Original): «tab»White Birth Year (Estimated): «tab»1852 Father's Name: «tab» Father's Titles and Terms: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Titles and Terms: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab»Maggie Wasson Spouse's Titles and Terms: «tab» Certificate Number: «tab»4153 Page: «tab» GS Film number: «tab»2113572 Digital Folder Number: «tab»004215944 Image Number: «tab»01756

[NI7053] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Sep 12 1918 Res Cameron Co, Brownsville, TX age 35 born March 22 1883 Editor-H M SkeltonKin- Mrs Alice Nuckolls Med height, slender, grey eyes, brn hair In the 1930 census Reagan Co, Pct 5 TX Charles W Leggett 39 TX md age 31 Mary W, 32 LA AL LA Alice Nuckolls, mother in law, 73, LA SC SC, widow

[DI7054] Name: «tab»Gladden B. Nuckolls Death Date: «tab»14 Oct 1917 Death Place: «tab»Calvert, Robertson, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»30 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»12 Jun 1887 Birthplace: «tab»Hangston, La. Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»William T. Nuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab»Macon, Ala. Mother's Name: «tab»Alice Gladdin Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Hamer, La. Occupation: «tab»Gun Smith Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Calvert Burial Date: «tab»14 Oct 1917 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Inf- Mrs Alice Nuckols Film Number: «tab»2051961 Digital Film Number: «tab»4165796 Image Number: «tab»2627 Reference Number: «tab»cn 29178 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JD6S-P2Q : accessed 6 May 2012), Gladden B. Nuckolls, 1917.

[NI7055] In the 1930 census Reagan Co, Pct 5 TX Charles W Leggett 39 TX md age 31 Mary W, 32 LA AL LA Alice Nuckolls, mother in law, 73, LA SC SC, widow

[DI7055] Social Security Death Index about Mary Leggett Name: «tab»Mary Leggett SSN: «tab»455-52-3524 Last Residence: «tab»77837  Calvert, Robertson, Texas,  Born: «tab»24 Apr 1897 Died: «tab»Mar 1985 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Texas (Before 1951) Texas Death Index, 1903-2000 about Mary Leggett Name: «tab»Mary Leggett Death Date: «tab»22 Mar 1985 Death County: «tab»Robertson Gender: «tab»Female

[NI7056] There are notes that say he died in the civil war, but was too young to se rve. The T J Nuckolls who served as 2nd Lt was Thomas Jeremiah Nuckolls 1880 Marksville, Avoyelles Co, Louisiana Family History Library Film 12544 48 pg363 Charles Nuchols, head, 70 LA LA LA Wood Chopper Jefferson, son 24 LA LA LA Wood chopper I believe this census to be in error, that Charles is age 20 and Jeffers on is his brother, not his son, Tillman J could be Jefferson. Since Charles died 1899 and can not be located in any census, I think this one would explain. The age is right for Tillman

[NI7059] 1880 Marksville, Avoyelles Co, Louisiana Family History Library Film 12544 48 pg363 Charles Nuchols, head, 70 LA LA LA Wood Chopper Jefferson, son 24 LA LA LA Wood chopper I believe this census to be in error, that Charles is age 20 and Jeffers on is his brother, not his son, Tillman J could be Jefferson. Since Charl es died 1899 and can not be located in any census, I think this one wou ld explain.

[NI7060] 1880 Webster Co, LA -pg 241 J E NUckolls, self, 20, single, LA WV WV

[NI7061] Cousin to Alexander. Dau of S Davis Fricks and Nancy Riggs

[DI7070] Richomnd Times 6/26/1900 E G Nuckols Rockville VA- Mr Edwin Goode Nuckols died at his residence in Hanover county Saturday afternoon, aged seventy-four years. He was for nearly fifty years a leading member of Hanover County and served galantly with Wickham's Brigade from 61 to 65. In May 1851 he married Miss Sallie Bowles, who, with two sons and eight daughters survive him. The interment was in the family graveyard Sunday afternoon. A very large crowd attended his burial

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