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[NI11399] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Laurence Lynn Nuckolls Social Security #: 318123526 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 7 Jan 1912 Birthplace: Illinois Death Date: 19 May 1953 Death Place: Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: Fawcett Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[NI11401] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Russell Nuckolls Social Security #: 318127901 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 11 Jan 1904 Birthplace: Illinois Death Date: 10 Jan 1981 Death Place: Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: Fawcett

[DI11402] Los Angeles Times April 27 1964 Kenneth E NUCKOLLS beloved husband of Mrs Marie H NUCKOLLS, brother of Ver non F Russell and Orville W NUCKOLLS. Church of the Hills, Forest Lawn-Hol lywood Hills California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Kenneth E Nuckolls Social Security #: 331018840 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 15 Nov 1905 Birthplace: Illinois Death Date: 26 Apr 1964 Death Place: Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: Fawcett

[XI11402] Ms. Sandi Koscak, the couple you inquired about are in our Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills 6300 Forest Lawn Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90068. There locations are Kenneth Eugene Nuckolls is in Section Eternal Love Lot 1902 Space 3, and Marie Hunsinger Nuckolls is in Section Eternal Love Lot 1902 Space 4

[DI11403] Marie Hunziker Nuckolls, 105, died Aug. 7, at Jasmine House in Lake Havasu City. Marie was born in Divernon, Ill., Nov. 3, 1904, the daughter of Jacob and Alice Jones Hunziker. The family moved to New Berlin, Ill., when Marie was about 4 years old. She graduated from New Berlin High School. She married Kenneth E. "Red" Nuckolls. He died in 1964 in California. Marie lived in Burbank, Calif., for many years. She retired from Lockheed International. In 1994, she moved to Lake Havasu City. Her husband and her parents preceded Marie in death. She was also preceded in death by her sister, Irene Joy; four brothers, Willie, J. Fred, Allen, and N. Ralph "Pete;" two nephews, Byron Hunziker and Robert Hunziker; and one niece, Betty Joy Yates. She is survived by two nieces, Marialyce Hunziker Havey (husband Gary), of Springfield, and Marilyn Nuckolls Mason (husband Howard Sr.), of Lake Havasu City; several great-nieces, great-nephews, great-great nieces and great-great nephews, and a cousin Melvin Walker, of Girard. Graveside services will be Friday at 10 a.m. at Forest Lawn Cemetery in North Hollywood Hills, Calif. Thoughts and condolences may be submitted to the family at www.lietz-frazefuneralhome.com. Arrangements were placed under the care of Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home & Crematory.

[XI11403] Ms. Sandi Koscak, the couple you inquired about are in our Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills 6300 Forest Lawn Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90068. There locations are Kenneth Eugene Nuckolls is in Section Eternal Love Lot 1902 Space 3, and Marie Hunsinger Nuckolls is in Section Eternal Love Lot 1902 Space 4

[NI11407] Address in 1908 1487 Walker Ave, Memphis, TN

[DI11408] Death cert names father as Samuel Nuckols and Sarah West.  She appears as a dau in the 1870 census with George and Sarah. George's middle name could have been Samuel, as his father was Samuel.

[XI11408] From Tennessee burial permit: Female, White, Married, Age 45 Birthplace - Ky Father - Samuel Nickols, born Ky Mother's Maiden - Sarah West, born Ky Burial - Elmwood cemetery Undertaker - Holst Bros. & Hinton

[NI11409] 1900 United States Federal Census Record Home in 1900: Memphis Ward 15, Shelby, Tennessee Name: John S Mcspadden Age: 43  born 9/1856 md17y Estimated birth year: abt 1857 Birthplace: Tennessee  TN AL Race: White Relationship to head-of-house: Head Mary A 3/1863, 37, 6/4 wife, IA KY NY John S, son, 8/1887, TN Malcome, son, 8/1892, TN Lawrence, son, 8/1896, TN Frances, dau, 1/1900 TN Griffin J, brother, 12/1866, 33, single 1910 United States Federal Census Record Home in 1910: 15-Wd Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee Name: John S Mcspadden Age in 1910: 53  widower Estimated birth year: abt 1857 Birthplace: Tennessee  TN TN Occ: Cotton Broker Malcolm, son 17 TN Lawrence B, son 13 Frances M, dau, 10 Gilbert A, son, 6 1920 United States Federal Census Record Home in 1920: Memphis Ward 17, Shelby, Tennessee Name: John S Mcspadden Age: 62 years Estimated birth year: abt 1858 Birthplace: Tennessee Race: White Sex: Male  Marital status: Widow Relation to Head of House: Father-in-law Able to read: Yes  Able to Write: Yes Mother's Birth Place: Tennessee  Father's Birth Place: Tennessee Head of house Norris C Blackburn age 21 md Frances, wife, 19  Md Gilbert McSpadden, age 16 brother in law 1930 Shelby Co, Memphis, TN Norris C Blackburn head 31 md21 MS MS MS Francis M wife 31 md 21 Mary L, dau, 9 Marvin C, son 4y1m TN John S McSpadden, father in law, 73, widower, md age 27 TN TN TN

[XI11409] From Tennessee death certificate: White, Male, Widowed, Age 86 Birthplace - Raleigh, Tenn. Wife - None Occupation - Retired Trade - Cotton Warehouse Father - Dr. Wm. Brown McSpadden Mother's Maiden - Caroline Bayne Informant - Mrs. N.C. Blackburn (daughter) Burial - Elmwood Undertaker - National Funeral Home

[NI11410] Name:    Frances Blackburn SSN:    411-82-5896 Born:    5 Jan 1900 Last Benefit:    38117  Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee, United States of Ameri ca Died:    Mar 1983 State (Year) SSN issued:    Tennessee (1965 ) Informant on mothers death Cert 3/9/1943 Shelby Co, TN Mrs N C Blackburn 3 571 Midland St, Memphis, TN

[NI11411] 1930 Shelby Co, Memphis, TN 4/1930 Norris C Blackburn head 31 md21 MS MS MS Francis M wife 31 md 21 Mary L, dau, 9 Marvin C, son 4y1m TN John S McSpadden, father in law, 73, widower, md age 27 TN TN TN

[NI11416] Hearne Family History pg 300 Morning Herald, Lexington KY 6/25/1904 Mrs John Wasson, died in Versailles yesterday morning. She was the grandm ther of Mrs Louis Nuckols, representative from Woodford County. in the legislature and had many friends and relatives here. The funeral will be held this morning in Versailles and the remains will arrive in Lexingt on at 12 o'clcok for burial in the Lexington Cemetery Date: October 25, 1907 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald-Leader Charles Wasson and daughter Ella of Covington are visiting the family of Mr S C Nuckols Versailles (News Article) Date: 1909-06-26; Paper: The Lexington Herald Miss Del Eva Wasson will leave the first of July for an indefinite visit to her cousins, Dr and Mrs M F Cooper who was well known as Ellen T Woodson when she visited the Wasson & Nuckols, kindred is not very strong a nd will go to Colorado for quite a stay. Miss Eva will be with the fami ly during her absence Date: November 2, 1919 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Lexington Herald Mrs L A Rally, Miss Edith Marshall 1930 Mrs S C Nuckols Sr , head, 81, widow Mrs R H Gay, daughter, 54 widow Lida M, dau, 48, single Dell W Wasson, sister, 74, widow

[NI11417] Hearn Family History pg 300 Grad Ky Univ 6/1894 and first honors in a class of twenty; he being the yo ungest. He then read law with Hon D L Thornton of Versailles and is n ow a leading attorney there. Date: 1897-06-26; Paper: The Morning Herald Mr Lewis Nuckols spent a few hours yesterday with friends on his way ho me to Versailles from Ann Arbor. Mr Nuckols, is well remembered here havi ng attended Kentucky University for a number of years graduating with fir st honors in 1894. He has sepnt two years at the Ann Arbor law school a nd returns in the fall to receive his degree Date: June 24, 1902 Location: Kentucky Paper: Morning Herald Mr and Mrs Samuel Nuckols are at home after a short visit to Mr Lewis Nuck ols in the country Date: November 30, 1908 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Lexington Herald Mr Lewis Nuckols returned Wednesday night from a ten days visit to Staunt on Va Date: July 27, 1909 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Lexington Herald Versailles Ky July 26-Farm Machinery Sold Mr Nuckols sold for master Commissioner Lewis A Nuckols to satisfy a judgm ent of $1500 a lot of farm machinery which was knocked down to Russe ll & Co of Massillon Ohio for $550 Date: September 29, 1913 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Mr and Mrs Lewis Nuckols and baby daughter, of Frankfort,  spent Sunday wi th Mr and Mrs S C Nuckols and family. Date: June 30, 1921 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Louis A Nuckols who has been visiting his father S C Nuckols Sr, Shyroc ks Ferry Pike has returned to his home in Roanoke Date: December 5, 1921 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Mr Lewis A Nuckols , Roanoke Va, is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs S C Nu ckols Name:    Lewis Allen Nuckols City:    Roanoke  County:    Roanoke (Indepen dent City) State:    Virginia  Birth Date:    22 Aug 1874  Race:    White  Roll:    1 985174  DraftBoard:    1

[BI11417] Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 Name: «tab»Lewis Nuckols Birth Date: «tab»22 Aug 1874 Birth County: «tab»Woodford Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Male Father's Name: «tab»Samuel C Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»Lou Ella Wasson County of Residence: «tab»Woodford

[DI11417] Social Security Death Index about Lewis Nuckols Name: «tab»Lewis Nuckols SSN: «tab»226-01-0412 Last Residence: «tab»Virginia Born: «tab»22 Aug 1874 Died: «tab»Nov 1965 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[NI11418] History of Woodford Co, KY g 161 ..Robert Hicks Gay, son of John Thomas Gay and Sallie Branham, married fir st Florence Bowman, second Eva Owens Nuckols, daughter of Samuel Nuckols. Date: November 7, 1911 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Lexington Herald Mr and Mrs Robert Gay of Pisgah  were the guests of Mr and Mrs S C Nucko ls and family on Sunday Lexington Herald 9/26/1920 Midway News Notes Many Midwayians attended the afternoon tea given by Mrs Robert H Gay fr om 4-6 at her country home. The house was decorated with fall flowers, t he dining room in pink asters. Her mother Mrs S C nuckols, received with M iss Edith Watts, of Fayette county and Miss Lida Nuckols served punch in t he library. Mrs Andrew Bowman, Mrs David James, Mrs Garrett Watts, M rs J W Swope, Miss John T Gay, Mrs Claude Williams and Miss Annie May Fiel ds assisted in entertaining. Ices and cakes were served. GAY  EVA  O  081  WOODFORD  WOODFORD  01-30-1958  020  09675  1958

[BI11418] Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 Name: «tab»Eva Nuckols [Eva] Birth Date: «tab»20 Mar 1876 Birth County: «tab»Woodford Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Female Father's Name: «tab»Sam C Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»Lee Ella Wasson County of Residence: «tab»Woodford

[DI11418] Deat Cert Woodford Co, Versailles KY Eva Owens Gay died Woodford Memorial Hospital on High St White female widowed, born 3/20/1876 age 81y 10m 10days. Occ domestic, born Woodford Co, KY Father Samuel C Nuckols Mother Louella Wasson Nuckols Informant Miss Lida Nuckols (sister) COD Metastic aderro carcinoma of liver. Buried 1/31/1958 in Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, KY

[NI11419] Hearne, William T (Author) Brief history and genealogy of the Hearne family : from A.D. 1066 when th ey went from Normandy with William the Conqueror over to England, do wn to 1680, when William Hearne the London merchant came to America, a nd on down to A.D. 1907 Independence, Mo.: Press of Examiner Print. Co., 1907, 765  pgs. Hearn Family History pg 300 in business in Brooklyn, NY with the consolidated Car Heating Company Name:    Claude Carlyle NUCKOLS Birth Date:    188? Volume:    126 Page Number:    417 Reference:    Olds (Old, Ould) fam. In Engalnd and America. By Edson Baldw in Olds, [et al.] Washington, DC, 1915. (359p.): 321 Date: May 4, 1906 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald-Leader Mrs Samuel L Woolridge returned this week fromBaltimore where she attend ed the marriage of her cousin Mr Claude C Nuckols and Miss Sue Swindell la st Saturday Date: October 18, 1918 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald News has been received here that Major Claude C Nuckols who has been stati oned at Bethlehem Pa, has been advanced to the rank of lieutenant-colone l. Colonel Nuckols is a son of Mr and Mrs Sam C Nuckols of this county.

[NI11420] Paul Merryman Smith, 47, prominent Versailles druggist, died February 2 2, 1935 at Woodford Memorial Hospital after an illness of of pneumonia a nd other complications following influenza. Mr. Smith was born in Versaill es, a son of the late Breck B. and Lutie Pulliam Smith, and received his e ducation in the city schools, later graduating rrom the Louisville Scho ol of Pharmacy. He represented the third generation in a family of pharama cists and drug store owners in Versailles, and even worked with his fath er in the store. Later he was taken in as a partner in the firm of B. B. S mith & Son when he became owner at the death of his father 10 years ago. D uring the World War, he was trained at Camp Zachery Taylor and attend ed an officers training school, afterward being commissioned a lieutenan t. He was a member of the Christian Church. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. J essie Turner Smith; one son, Paul M. Smith Jr.; a sister, Mrs. Sam Nuckol s; an aunt, Mrs. Hannah McDonald, Lexington; three nephews, Sam Nuckols, P aul and Walter Smith; and two nieces, Miss Betty Nuckols and Mrs. Victor N ewson, Kalamazoo, Michigan. Burial in Versailles Cemetery, Versailles, Ky. Date: November 2, 1919 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Lexington Herald Mrs L A Rally, Miss Edith Marshall, and Mrs S C Nuckols Jr are guests of f riends in Louiville this week for he races. Lexington Herald 3/2/1921 Kentucky Deaths Versailles Ky-Mar 1- Funeral services of Walter B Smith, who died in Pana ma and who was brought to the residence of his sister, Mrs S C nuckols, Hi gh Street Monday, was conducted by the Rev E C Lacy Tuesday morning. Buri al was in the fmaily lot in Versailles Cemetery. Pallbearers were Horace N uckols, D W Slaughter, Fleming Meek, Dr S H Blackburn, E A Davis and H A S choberth

[DI11420] Death Cert Woodford Co, Versailles, KY Lutie Nuckols died at home of Mrs Davis Harrod on Macey Blvd 3/5/1958 Female white widowed domestic born 5/3/1889 in Woodford KY to B B Smith and Lutie Pullen. Informant Paul Smith, buried 3/9/1958 Versailles Cemetery

[BI11421] Hearn Family History pg 300 DOB 11/4/1882. 1900 Census has 11/1881

[NI11422] Both Henry Nuckols and his wife were deceased before 1911. Not known who this is. Date: November 7, 1911 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Lexington Herald Calendar Today Mrs Arnett Pritchett will entertain with luncheon bridge at her home in the country on the Russell Cave road in honor of Mrs E S Hunter, Mrs Swift Hunter and Mrs Henry Nuckols of Anaconda, Montana

[DI11422] Thought He Was an Elk and Killed Him (News Article) Date: 1910-10-08; Paper: The Evening News Anaconda Montana, Oct 8 - Henry Nuckels was accidentally shot and killed in the Big Hole Basin  by Charles Harrison who mistook him for an elk. Both men were residents of this city and had gone hunting together every fall for 20 years. Nuckels leaves seven children Death record afirms his age Name:    HENRY NUCKOLS Gender:    M Age:    52 Death Date:    7-Oct-1910 Index Number:    40-0201 Montana Death Index, 1907-1953

[NI11423] Not found in 1900 or 1910 Census Date: February 22, 1905 Location: Kentucky Paper: Morning Herald Deeds-James E Nuckols to Charles Nuckols Jr for $829.20 all his intere st in the Dudley Dedman estate. Date: 1922-02-25; Paper: The Lexington Herald James E Nuckols, 61 years old who died at Cripple Creek Colorado Wednesd ay after a brief illness. He is survived by his sister Mrs R C Stockton, R ichmond, KY and a brother S C Nuckols of Versailles.The body will arri ve in LExington tonight and will be taken to the establishment of W R Mill ard, Funeral services will be held at the grave in the fmily lot in the Le xington Cemetery Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock, the Rev Homer Carpenter off iciating. 2/26/1922 The Lexington Herald Deaths & Funerals James E Nuckols Funeral services for James E Nuckols, 61 years old, who died at Cripple Cr eek, Colorado, will be held at the grave in the family lot in the Lexingt on Cemetery this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev Homer Carpenter officiati ng. He is survived by his sisters Mrs R C Stockton of Richmond KY and a br other S C Nuckols of Versailles Date: February 26, 1922 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Lexington Herald Relatives here received word Saturday of the death of James E Nuckols, bro ther of S C Nuckols Sr at Cripple Creek, Co on Wednesday. The body wi ll be brought to Lexington for burial. Mr Nuckols left here 40 years ago

[NI11424] History of Woodford Co, Ky pg 125 Dr Alfred Hurst married in 1840 Adela Craig, daughter of James Craig, a nd granddaughter of Rev Joseph Craig, a noted minister. She died in 187 9. Of the nine children resulting from this union, all died at an early ag e, and unmarried, except their daughter Betty, who married Charles Nuckol s, of the county, and of this union the following children were born; Ad a, Minnie, Jane, Charles, Francis, Samuel, Alfred and Horace. Railey, William Edward, History of Woodford County Frankfort, Ky.: Roberts Print. Co., 1928, 416  pgs. Pg 32 Besides the chilren of Dudley M Ball and other descendants of Dudl ey Mitchum in the county are Mrs Bettie Hurst Nuckols, Mrs Lucy Bailey Tho rnton...... Date: July 17, 1919 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Midway News, Midway KY Miss Virginia Crenshaw entertained on Wednesday aft ernoon in Versailles in honor of Miss Chalres Nuckols and her house guests .. Date: May 26, 1921 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Lexington Herald Mrs Bettie Nuckols of Versaillles was the guest of her son Charles Nucko ls and family Tuesday night

[DI11424] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Mrs Bettie Hurst Nuckols [Mrs Bettie Hurst Hurst] Death Date: «tab»17 Apr 1939 Death Location: «tab»Woodford Residence Location: «tab»Woodford Age: «tab»85y 9m 17d Gender: «tab»Female; Widow Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»10 Jul 1853 Birth Location: «tab»Woodford Father's Name: «tab»Dr Alfred Hurst Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Mrs Adalie Craig Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Informant Horace Nuckols

[NI11425] Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 5th ed.,  188 7, Woodford Co. ALFRED HURST, M. D., was born October 3, 1818, and is the sixth son of Pet er and Ann (Rust) Hurst, natives of Virginia, and of English descent. Mr s. Ann Hurst was a niece of Chancellor Kent, the famous author of "Kent 's Commentaries".  Peter Hurst came to Kentucky about 1812, and was almo st immediately drafted for the war, but his eldest son, George,  became h is substitute.  Alfred Hurst was reared on the home farm, and  received h is elementary education at Versailles.  At the age of twenty he began to read medicine under Drs. Carter and Blackburn, then entered  t he medical college at Cincinnati, then went to Louisville, graduated  fr om the medical department of the Louisville University in 1845, and  beg an practice at Versailles with Dr. Carter, the partnership lasting  one ye ar. In November, 1840, he married Miss Alda, daughter of James  Craig a nd granddaughter of Joseph Craig, the celebrated divine.  Mrs.  Hurst di ed in March, 1880, the mother of the following children: James,  Sallie, K atie, Amelia, Elijah C., Bettie A., Horace, Samuel and Mary,  all of wh om died of consumption with the exception of Bettie A., who is  the wi fe of Joseph Knuckles.  The Doctor now lives retired on his farm of 500 acres, two miles from Midway, Woodford County.

[NI11426] Unable to locate in 1900 1930 Census, living with mother, widow Date: May 5, 1907 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald-Leader Versailles-Mrs John Gay, Miss Eva Nuckols, Mrs J W Crenshaw, Miss May Fole y, Mrs George Cotton, Mrs Will Edwards,  Miss Emma Crutcher (list of deleg ates attending session) Date: May 21, 1913 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Mrs Ada N Crenshaw and Miss Minnie Nuckols spent monday in Lexington with Miss Virginia Crenshaw Date: December 1, 1921 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Mrs Ada Crenshaw went to Lexington Wednesday to see her brother Alfred W Nuckols at the Good Samaritan Hospital

[DI11426] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 [Mrs Ada Nuckols Nuckols] Death Date: «tab»24 Oct 1938 Death Location: «tab»Woodford Residence Location: «tab»Woodford Age: «tab»66y 1m 15d Gender: «tab»Female; Widow Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»9 Sep 1872 Birth Location: «tab»Woodford, Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Charles Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Woodford, Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Betty Hurst Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Woodford, Kentucky Informant Horace Nuckols, Versailles, KY COD- Cancer of Chest wall

[NI11427] Date: January 16, 1918 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Miss Minie Nuckols has returned to Versailles after a visit with Mr and M rs Charles Nuckols Jr Social News (News Article) Date: 1904-07-24; Paper: The Lexington Herald Miss Minnie Nuckols of Versailles is with her brother Charles Nuckols a nd family. Mr Nuckols has been confined to the house for several days by i llness Date: December 22, 1922 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Miss Minnie Nuckols, dau of Mrs Charles Nuckols Sr is quite ill at her ho me on South Main St

[BI11427] Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 Name: «tab»Milly Nuckols (CLEARLY spelled MILLY) Birth Date: «tab»23 Mar 1874 Birth County: «tab»Woodford Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Female Father's Name: «tab»Charles Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»Elizabeth Hurst County of Residence: «tab»Woodford

[DI11427] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Minnie Nuckols Death Date: «tab»3 Jun 1937 Death Location: «tab»Woodford Residence Location: «tab»Woodford Age: «tab»63y 3m 10d Gender: «tab»Female; Single; Occ Domestic Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»23 Feb 1874 Birth Location: «tab»Woodford, Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Chas Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Woodford, Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Bettie Hurst Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Woodford, Kentucky Informant- D R Duell

[DI11429] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Charles Nuckols Sr Death Date: «tab»20 Jul 1951 Death Location: «tab»Fayette Residence Location: «tab»Fayette Age: «tab»74 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»2 Jun 1877 Birth Location: «tab»Versailles, Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Charles Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»Betty Hurst Death Cert shows mother as Helen McKinley.  An affidavit was filed 8/22/1951 to correct to read Betty Hurst

[NI11430] The Lexington Herald, 2/29/1912 Mrs Frances Nuckols Hunter Passes Away Prominent Versailles Lady Dies From Complication of Diseases Versailles Ky Mar 28- Mrs Frances Nuckols Hunter, wife of MR L Sanders Hun ter, died this afternoon with a complication of diseases at her home on E lm St. She is survived  by her husband, and mother and father, mr and M rs Charles Nuckols, two sisters, Mrs Ada N Crenshaw, and Miss Minnie Nucko ls and four brothers, Messrs Alfred, Charley Jr, and Horace who is in Pana ma. The Lexington Herald 3-2-1912 Mrs Frances Hunter to be Buried Today Funeral Services Held This Afternoon at Residence of Mr Nuckols Versailles Ky Mar 29- The funeral of Mrs Frances N Hunter, wife of Mr L Sa nders Hunter, will take place at the residence of Mr Charles Nuckols Satur day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Interment will be in Versailles Cemetery. T he pallbearers will be Messrs George T Fishback, J D Nash, R S Berryman, J ohn McComas, R K Arnold, L A Bailey, John B Winn and Dr W C McCauley.

[BI11430] Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 Name: «tab»Nuckols Birth Date: «tab»2 Dec 1878 Birth County: «tab»Woodford Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Female Father's Name: «tab»Chas Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»E Hurst County of Residence: «tab»Woodford

[DI11430] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Francis Nuckols Hunter [Francis Nuckols Nuckols] Death Date: «tab»28 Mar 1912 Death Location: «tab»Woodford Residence Location: «tab»Woodford Age: «tab»32y 3m 26d Gender: «tab»Female; Married Ethnicity: «tab»White  Occ Housekeeper Birth Date: «tab»2 Dec 1879 Birth Location: «tab»Woodford, Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Chas Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Woodford, Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Bettie Hurst Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Woodford, Kentucky Informant- Charles Nuckols, Jr, Versailles, KY COD- Acutoria? Poisoning

[NI11431] Called Samuel C Jr in many sources Date: February 19, 1906 Location: Kentucky Paper: Morning Herald Messrs Hugh Hunter and Sam Nuckols Jr have gone to Seattle Washington to locate in business. Date: February 11, 1906 Location: Kentucky Paper: Morning Herald Mr Sam C Nuckols left on Saturday morning for Seattle Wash where he will m ake his future home. Date: February 8, 1907 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Mr Charlie NuckolsSr has received a letter from his son Sam  Nuckols at Seattle Washington stating that the skating rink owned by him and Hugh Hunter had been burned down. Friends of Hugh and Sam are very sorry to learn of their loss, as two finer fellows never left Woodford county to seek their fortunes in the west. Personals (News Article) Date: 1907-04-14; Paper: The Lexington Herald Mr Neville Moberly who has been spending several months abroad will la nd in San Francisco Monday. From there he will go to Seattle Washington f or a visit to Mr Hugh Hunter and Mr Sam Nuckols, formerly of Versailles w ho are making their home there and after a visit to Yellowstone Park wi ll return to LExington to reside. Date: September 5, 1919 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Sam C Nuckols Jr Elected Steward Date: July 13, 1920 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald An alarm of fire Moday afternoon called the department to the ho me of S C Nuckols Jr on High St. A coal and wood house was destroyed invol ving a loss of about $200 Date: August 12, 1920 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Lexington Herald amuel C Nuckols Jr who has been is Saratoga NY and in Canada for several w eeks returned home Tuesday afternoon Date: February 20, 1921 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Samuel C Nuckols Jr who has been in Hot Springs Ark for his health is expected here Sunday Date: January 28, 1921 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Samuel C Nuckols Jr went to Hot Springs Ark Wednesday Date: August 30, 1922 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Lexington Herald Samuel C Nuckols Jr went to Louisville Tuesday afternoon on business Mrs S C Nuckols Jr and children were weekend guests of Mrs O'Neal in Lexington Informant on his death cert was Mrs Lillian Hunter.(relation not known) His last address was 321 S Main St. Occupation on death cert- Presiding Steward Thorobred Racing

[NI11432] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Sept 12, 1918 Res Woodford Co, Versailles, KY Age 34 born Feb 2 1884 Self emp attorney' Kin- Bettie H Nuckols Med height, stout build, brown eyes, brown hair Death Certificate says born 2/22/1885 Date: June 29, 1913 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Lexington Herald Versailles- Attending the vaudeville, Messrs Alfred and Horace Nuckols Date: December 16, 1914 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Tax Supervisors for Woodford Are Chosen - Judge Alfred Nuckols Appoints M en for Board for the Coming Year Date: December 14, 1920 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Judge A H Nuckols and Samuel C Nuckols Jr went to Martinsville, Ind Mond ay night Date: December 1, 1921 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Mrs Ada Crenshaw went to Lexington Wednesday to see her brother Alfred W N uckols at the Good Samaritan Hospital Date: December 22, 1921 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Judge Nuckols returns from Hospital-Resumes Work Date: May 27, 1922 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Judge Alfred Nuckols, brother of Charles Nuckols of Winter Street is serio usly ill at his home in Versailles Date: May 28, 1922 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Judge A H Nuckols had a good night's rest Friday night and was stronger Sa turday Date: 1922-06-10; Paper: The Lexington Herald Versailles Ky June 3-The funeral of Judge Alfred Hurst Nuckols will be con ducted at the Nuckols home on South Main St Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clo ck by the Rev W J Shelburne of the Christian Church. NICKOLS  ALFRED  H  037  WOODFORD    06-08-1922  030  14537  1922

[DI11432] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Alfred H Nuckols Death Date: «tab»8 Jun 1922 Death Location: «tab»Woodford Residence Location: «tab»Woodford Age: «tab»37 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»22 Feb 1885 Birth Location: «tab»Woodford, Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Chas Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Woodford, Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Bettie Hurst Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Woodford, Kentucky

[NI11433] Date: August 11, 1907 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald-Leader Mr Horace Nuckols, is visiting in Harrodsburg Date: 1907-09-14; Paper: The Lexington Herald Mr Horace Nuckols, youngest son of Squire Charles Nuckols sailed from N ew York yesterday on the Advance, bound for Ancon on the Canal Zone whe re he has secured an appointment as time-keeper Date: September 18, 1908 Location: Kentucky  Paper: Lexington Herald Thornton Edwards Sr and sister Kathleen and Horace Nuckols were expect ed to have reached Ancon Sept 12, so said a message received here this we ek from Governor Blackburn Date: August 8, 1910 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Mr Horace Nuckols who has a business position in the Panama Canal Zone arr ived here Thursday and will spend a brief vacation with his parents Mr a nd Mrs Charles nuckols. New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 Name: Horace Nuckals Arrival Date: 4 Aug 1912 Estimated birth year: 1887 Age: 25 Gender: Male Port of Departure: Cristobal, Canal Zone, Panama  Ship Name: Colon Search Ship Database: Search the Colon in the 'Passenger Ships and Image s' database Port of Arrival: New York, New York  Nativity: Kentucky Line: 9  Microfilm Serial: T715  Microfilm Roll: T715_1908 Birth Location: Kentucky  Birth Location Other: Versailles  Page Numbe r: 34 World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 res Woodford Co, Versailles, KY Age 29 born Dec 20, 1887 Versailles, KY Self empl Tobacco Buyer Single no dep,med height, stout build, brn eyes, brn hair Signed Horace H Nuckols May 29 1917 New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 Name: Horace Nuckals Arrival Date: 4 Aug 1912 Estimated birth year: 1887 Age: 25  Gender: Male Port of Departure: Cristobal, Canal Zone, Panama Ship Name: Colon Port of Arrival: New York, New York Nativity: Kentucky Line: 9  Microfilm Serial: T715 Microfilm Roll: T715_1908 Birth Location: Kentucky Birth Location Other: Versailles Page Number: 34 Name: Horace Nuckols Arrival Date: 2 Aug 1908 Estimated birth year: abt 1888 Age: 20  Gender: Male Port of Departure: Cristobal, Panama Ethnicity/Race­/Nationality: Irish Ship Name: Finance Port of Arrival: New York, New York U.S. Passport Applications, 1795-1925 Name: Horace Hurst Nuckols Birth Date: 31 Dec 1888 Birth Place: Woodford County, Kentucky Residence: Versailles, Kentucky Passport Issue Date: 10 Dec 1918 Father Name: Charles Nuckols Sr. Father's Birth Location: Woodford County, Kentucky Destination, Havana, Cuba Occupation-Racing Returning-Within 6 minths Object of Visit-Racing in Cuba Leaving thru the port of Key West, FL aboard ___ sailing 12/1/1918 Passport Includes a Photo: Y Source: Passport Applications, January 2, 1906 - March 31, 1925 (M149 Name: Horace Nuckols SSN: 405-01-1985 Last Residence: 71901  Hot Springs National Park, Garland, Arkansas, Unit ed States of America Born: 30 Dec 1887 Died: May 1968 State (Year) SSN issued: Kentucky (Before 1951 )

[NI11435] M # 1 Emma F Orr M#2 Laura Wilkes

[DI11435] Suicide These facts are recorded in the News Herald Lawrenceville paper, 6-23-1899, article entitled "Sends a Bullet Through His Brain. Burrus Bates Commits Suicide."

[NI11447] Parents:   Robert Edgar Kemp (1891 - 1978)   Dana Frances Lovvorn Kemp (1896 - 1948)

[DI11448] Stanley Alexander Nuckolls, of Bowdon, Georgia, passed away on Monday, July 16, 2012. He was 64. Mr. Nuckolls was born on August 11, 1947, in Bowdon, Georgia, to the late Melvin and Charlotte Kemp Nuckolls. He was a welder and machinist by trade and an avid outdoorsman who loved to deer hunt. He was also a member of Midway Community Church. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his brother-in-law, Layman Eidson. Survivors include his wife, Sandra Nuckolls; his children and their spouses, Alex Robert and Katelyn Nuckolls, Stacey and Karen Nuckolls, and Brent and Jennifer Nuckolls; his stepson and his wife, Alan and Sue Cason; his grandchildren, Canaan Brice Whaley, Cameron Nuckolls and Matthew Cason; and his sisters and brother-in-law, Elmira Eidson and Shirley and Steve Holloway. Memorial services will be held at Midway Community Church on Dot Road in Bowdon on Thursday, July 19, 2012, at 2 p.m. Rev. Couch Whitley will officiate and Mr. Jake Holloway will offer a eulogy. Cory Holloway, Jake Holloway, Jason Gentry, Chad Driver, Josh Sparks, Robert Birdsong, Scott Williams, and Greg Williams will serve as pallbearers. Prior to the memorial service, Mr. Nuckolls will be interred in the church cemetery at 1:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Wednesday, July 18, 2012, from 5 to 8 p.m. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to do so may make contributions in Mr. Nuckolls' memory to the American Diabetes Association (P.O. Box 11454, Alexandria, VA 22312) or to the Upper Chattahoochee Riverkeepers (www.chattahoochee.org). Rainwater Funeral Home, Bowdon

[DI11465] Hollis Nuckolls, 74, Hiawassee, died 02-11-2014. Arrangements: Townson-Rose Funeral Home. Published in the Asheville Citizen-Times on Feb. 13, 2014

[NI11482] Name:    Hugh L. Nuckolls SSN:    255-48-1660 Last Residence:    30040  Cumming, Forsyth, Georgia Born:    24 Aug 1934 Died:    1 Mar 2005 State (Year) SSN issued:    Georgia (Before 1951 )

[NI11493] Thelma's Bible shows this:  Father:  Benjamin Horace Holt, born June 13, 1 869;  Mother:  Sonorah   M. Mulkey/  Married:  March 9, 1894 at East Ellij ay, Ga. by Rev. A. M. Johnson:  :  Children of this marriage:  Herbert Syl vester Holt, born May 30, l895/  Maudie Lee Holt born May 17, l897/  May ne Holt born June l, 1900/ Arthur Lindsey Holt born June 5, 1902/ Thelma E dith Holt  born February 4, l904/ Roberta Holt born June 28, 1906/ Reath el  Holt born Une 2, 1908/ Sarah Elizabeth Holt born January 22, 1914. Thelma's grandparents on her mothers side were William Mulkey and Elizabe th Bell Mulkey Thelma's grandparents on her fathers side were Jasper Holt and Sally Wils on Holt Name: Thelma H. Knuckles SSN: 254-74-1079 Last Residence: 30338  Atlanta, Fulton, Georgia, United States of Ameri Born: 4 Feb 1904 Died: 5 Apr 1993 State (Year) SSN issued: Georgia (1963 )

[NI11494] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Cliff B Knuckles Jr Birth Year: 1921 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Georgia State: Georgia County or City: De Kalb Enlistment Date: 6 Jul 1944 Enlistment State: Georgia Enlistment City: Fort Mcpherson Atlanta 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 Civil Occupation: Automobile Serviceman Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 00 Weight: 100 Cliff (as he was known) ended up owning the dairy he went to work for in A tlanta. He operated County Line Dairy for about 30 or 35 years. CB went to work for t he Atlanta Coca Cola Bottling Company and worked there until his  dea th in 1982.

[NI11495] 1900 Census is living with his widowed mother, claiming he is married, b ut no wife in the household Source Citation: Year: 1910; Census Place: Dennison Ward 3, Grayson, Texa s; Roll: T624_1557; Page: 17B; Enumeration District: 84; Image: 309. Apr il 28 1910 R Jemison 35  m1x, m4y, TX US US, merchant, wholesale groceries Mattie Jemison 36  wife, m2x 3/3 GA GA GA Robert P Jemison 11/12  LA TX GA L L Nelson 22  step sonm TX Sweden, GA Otto L Nelson 18  step son, TX Sweden GA O A Carpenter 36  roomer Ella Carpenter 37  roomer R E Morris 35  roomer Vice President and General manager of Texas Oak Flooring Company

[DI11495] Name: «tab»Robert Jemison Death Date: «tab»17 Feb 1937 Death Place: «tab»Dallas, Dallas, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»61 years 7 months 5 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»12 Jul 1875 Birthplace: «tab»Jefferson, Texas Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»Mattie Sue Jemison Father's Name: «tab»J. M. Jemison Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ala Mother's Name: «tab»Semmie Laura Knuckles Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Kentucky Occupation: «tab»Flooring Co.-Vice Pres Place of Residence: «tab»Dallas, Dallas, Texas Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Deridder, La Burial Date: «tab»20 Feb 1937 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2117168 Digital Film Number: «tab»4166739 Image Number: «tab»902 Reference Number: «tab»CN 7652 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDK9-4ZG : accessed 6 May 2012), Semmie Laura Knuckles in entry for Robert Jemison, 1937.

[DI11500] Patsy Lou Nuckolls, a longtime resident of the Henryetta area, passed away on Sunday, July 29, 2012 in Tulsa at the age of 76.    Patsy was born on February 11, 1936 in Schulter, Oklahoma to Henry Stidman and Nettie Crawford Stidman.Patsy grew up in Schulter and attended Schulter Public Schools.  In February of 1954 she married Robert Earl "Bob" Nuckolls in Henryetta.  From that union, she was blessed with four children.  Patsy was a member of the New Hope Church.  She always absolutely loved the time she got to spend with her grandchildren.  Patsy was an accomplished cook and was particularly praised by many  for her recipes of chicken and dumplings and pancakes.Patsy is preceded in death by both her mother and her father; by 6 sisters and 3 brothers; by her husband, "Bob" who died in July of 1988; and her two daughters, Pamela Gail Lee and Peggy Marcel Nuckolls.She is survived by two sons, Robert Dale Nuckolls and wife Kay of Fletcher, OK and Roger Earl Nuckolls and wife Brenda of Dewar; 6 grandchildren, Matthew Allen Sherrill and wife Beth of Salem, Joseph Sherrill of Salem, Steven Nuckolls and wife Maegan of Marlow, OK, Patricia Marcel Faulkner and husband Michael of Henryetta, Latishia Silkwood and husband Kevin of Henryetta, and Alisha Ann Nuckolls of Dewar; by 6 great grandchildren, Seth Allen Sherrill of Salem, Joseph Robert Sherrill of Salem, Vickie Gailynn Faulkner of Henryetta, Cash Earl Faulkner of Henryetta, Blake Robert Silkwood of Henryetta, and Dally Mae Nuckolls of Marlow;  by 3 sisters, Betty Lynch of Schulter, Faye McGowin of Dewar, and Susie Short of Dallas, TX; by 1 brother, Bobby Stidman of Kusa; by many nieces, nephews, other extended family and many good friends.Viewing and visitation will be held at Integrity Funeral Service on Tuesday from noon until 8pm and on Wednesday from 8am until 8pm.Pallbearers will be Bobby Gene Stidman, Randy Stidman, Mike Mahan, Ronnie McGowin, Gary McGowin Jr., and Milfred Lee Nuckolls.  Honorary pallbearers will be the nephews of Patsy Nuckolls.Funeral services for Patsy will be held on Thursday, August 2, 2012 at 10:00am in the Chapel of Shurden Funeral Home with Rev. Lee Nuckolls officiating.  Interment will follow immediately at Salt Creek Cemetery under the direction of Integrity Funeral Service of Henryetta.

[DI11502] Pamela Gail Lee a resident of Henryetta passed away on Thursday, May 3rd, 2012 in Okmulgee at the age of 56. She was born to Patsy (Stidman) Nuckolls & Bob Nuckolls on May 7, 1955 in Henryetta.She was a member of New Hope Church in rural Hitchita and worked for G & H Decoy for many years as a Supervisor.Pam is survived by 2 sons, Matthew Sherrill & wife Beth of Salem,and Joseph Sherrill of Salem,2 grandsons, Seth Sherrill and Joe Sherrill,2 step grandchildren, Amanda Reid & Dustin McGuire of Okmulgee,her mother, Patsy Nuckolls of Henryetta,2 step-children, Greg Lee of Okmulgee,and Pamela McGuire and husband David of Okmulgee,2 brothers, Dale Nuckolls & wife Kay of Fletcher, Oklahoma,and Roger Nuckolls & wife Brenda of Dewar,nephew, Steven Nuckolls & wife Megan and their daughter Dally of Marlow, OK,niece, Patricia Faulkner & husband Michael & their children, Vicki & Cash of Henryetta,niece, Latishia Silkwood & husband Kevin and their son Blake of Henryetta,and niece, Alishia Nuckolls of Dewar,as well as a host of other relatives and friends.Pallbearers will be Gary McGowin II, Chad McGowin, Steven Nuckolls, Keith Sherrill, Michael George, and Randy Stidman.Visitation will be held at Integrity Funeral Service from 2:00 pm - 8:00pm on Sunday, May 6, 2012 and from 8:00 am - 8:00 pm on Monday.Funeral services will be held 2:00 PM Tuesday, May 8th, 2012 at Shurden Chapel (411 W. Division St.), Henryetta with Rev. Lee Nuckolls officiating. Services are under the direction of Integrity Funeral Service.

[NI11517] In 1803 William S. Dabney came to the county, and bought from Wilson C. Ni cholas nearly nine hundred acres on the head waters of Ballenger's and Gre en Creeks, now in the possession of Edward Coles. He died in 1813. His wi fe was Sarah Watson, of Green Spring, Louisa, and his children were Mari a, the wife of Colonel Samuel Carr, James, Walter, William S., May Senor a, the wife of Benjamin M. Perkins, and Louisa, the wife of William M. Woo ds. Walter removed to Arkansas.

[NI11518] This family connection from Evertons Family File 27123 submitted 9/30/1989

[NI11519] This family found Everton's family file#50118

[NI11570] She owned five shillings named in her father's will in 1793 Bedford Co, VA . Rosie Slinker first married Elisha Nuckles.  Then she married Bartholomew Curry, then she married Thomas Martin. Amusing note...Rosie is on my paternal side (my gggrandmother was a Slinker) and Elisha is on my maternal side (my mom is a Nuckols.) Rosie is mentioned in her father's will (Christopher Slinker) so I was delighted to learn she married a Nuckols.  dori dell@lafn.org (Doris DELL) Linda Findley

[NI11571] This family connection found at Evertons Family File #33351 Mrs U V Jones Lubbock, TX 1-1990 Everton Pedigree and Family Group Sheets Name: Curry, James   Death  Date: 1809  Place: ,   Child: CURRY, James Jr   Childs Spouse: GARDNER, Margaret   Child: CURRY, Isaac   Childs Spouse: GRISHAM, Rhoda   Child: CURRY, Bartholomew   Childs Spouse: NUCKOLS, Rozanna   Child: CURRY, Israel   Childs Spouse: PAYNE, Sarah   Childs Spouse: CRAIN, Nancy   Child: CURRY, Nathan   Childs Spouse: GRISHAM, Nancy   Child: CURRY, George   Child: CURRY, John   Child: CURRY, Charles

[NI11593] William S. succeeded his father in the possession of the farm. he was a m an of decided efficiency and success, both in his private business a nd in matters of public concern. He was appointed a magistrate in 1835, a nd entrusted with many affairs of importance by his brethren of the coun ty bench. His taste was relied on as well as his judgment. In 1856 when im provements to the courthouse were contemplated, a plan reported by him w as adopted, according to which the present enclosure and pavements of t he Square were made. In 1846 he purchased Dunlora, Colonel Samuel Carr's o ld place, whither he removed, and where he died in 1865. He married Sus an Gordon, and his family had the unusual distinction of having two sons o ccupy leading professorships in the University of Virginia, Willi am C. in the Medical Faculty and Walter in that of Law.

[NI11596] Came to Albemarle  county from Spotsylvania not far from 1770, and liv ed on the land entered by his father east of the Burnt Mills, which he bey ond all question first built. He was a man of energy and industry, and a p ublic spirited magistrate, but died in 1791, at the age of forty-five.

[NI11598] Dabney resembled his father in capacity for business, became a large landh older in this and other counties, and for a number of years served as a ma gistrate. He resided at first at the home of his father, but subsequent ly purchased Carrsbrook, and there spent his last years. He died in 182 4, about fifty years of age. He was twice married, first to Eliza Johnso n, a niece of William Wirt, and secondly to Martha J., daughter of Richa rd Terrell, and granddaughter of Mr. Jefferson's sister, Martha. By the fi rst marriage his children were Mildred, the wife of Hudson Martin, Cathari ne, the wife of E. W. Reinhart, Sarah, the wife of James Tompkins, and Wil liam W., of Gale Hill, and by the second Lucy J., the wife of Robert N. Tr ice. James lived at Brookhill, on the south fork of the Rivanna. His wi fe was Catharine Tompkins, and his children Dabney, John, James, Elizabet h, the wife of Samuel Moore, Ann, the wife of Rev. Albert Holladay, missio nary to Persia, and President-Elect of Hampden-Sidney College. Catharin e, the wife of Rev. Luther Emerson, and Martha, the wife of Lafayette Harr is. He departed this life in 1848. John was a physician, and married Ja ne Bell, a Scotch lady, who was a resident of Lynchburg. He resided at Ga le Hill, which at his death in 1841 he devised to his nephew, William W. M inor.

[NI11655] Father: Orlando Dorrell Mother: Ida Catharine Mumma b: 28 AUG 1865 in OH Data source is the 1971 self published book by Richard Glenn Huffman, "George Muma Genealogy".

[NI11670] Bill was in the Army all his life.  He and Rae lived in Kentucky first, th en Tampa.  They lived in Indiana for a while and then moved back to Tamp a, Florida.

[NI11686] Ohio S.U. Professor

[DI11694] Name:  «tab»Regina A. Nuckols SSN: «tab»303-62-4808 Last Residence: «tab»47348  Hartford City, Blackford, Indiana, Born: «tab»22 Jun 1953 Died: «tab»14 Jul 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Indiana (196

[DI11750] Florida Death Index, 1877-1998 about Oldin H Nuckols Name: «tab»Oldin H Nuckols Death Date: «tab»30 Apr 1984 County of Death: «tab»Dade State of Death: «tab»Florida Age at Death: «tab»63 Race: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»7 Feb 1921 Miami Herald, The (FL) - May 3, 1984 Deceased Name: OLDIN NUCKOLS, 63, RAN CREDIT UNION Oldin "Hap" Nuckols, 63, manager of the Credit Union at Alterman Transpo rt for many years, died Monday at North Shore Medical Center. Mrs. Nucko ls was born in Manassas, Ga., and came to Miami from Pennsylvania. She is survived by sons, Eric and Kurt; daughters, Cindy and Marilyn Ricks; parents, Ben and Effie Helmuth; three grandchildre n; four brothers and three sisters.Visitation will be from 1 p.m. until services at 3 p.m. Friday at the Van Orsdel North Miami Chapel

[DI11773] Name: «tab»Flora Jane Nuckols Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»22 Mar 1947 Death Place: «tab»Alabama, United States Gender: «tab»Female Race (Original): «tab» Race (Standardized): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»58y Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1889 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab»Abb E Nuckols Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»John Newton Cannon Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Matilda Davis Mother's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab»

[NI11774] John N. Cannon found in: Census Microfilm Records: Alabama, 1900 Lived in:  Boley Springs Precinct, Fayette County, Alabama Series: T623     Microfilm:  16     Book:  2     Page:  122

[NI11782] Tuscaloosa News September 28, 2001 Robert Howard Nuckols NORTHPORT | Robert Howard Nuckols, 89, Glen Haven Nursing Home, died Septe mber 27, 2001 at DCH Regional Medical Center. Services will be held at Uni on Grove Church on Saturday at 11 a.m. Burial will follow in the adjoini ng cemetery. Visitation will be tonight from 6-8 p.m., at the funeral hom e. Norwood Chapel of Fayette is directing. husband of Annie Bell Willcu tt Nuckols[Shepherd]

[NI11783] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Henry F Nuckols Birth Year: 1923 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Alabama State: Alabama County or City: Fayette Enlistment Date: 28 Dec 1944 Enlistment State: Alabama Enlistment City: Fort McClellan Branch: No branch assignment Grade: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Education: Grammar school Civil Occupation: Geographer Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 00 Weight: 101

[NI11784] Alabama Divorce Index, 1950-1959 Record Spouse 1: Ray N Nuckols Gender: Male Spouse 2: Kathleen P Nuckols Gender: Female Divorce Date: Nov 1953 County: Fayette

[NI11789] Possible son: GLENDON NUCKOLS  22 Mar 1937 09 May 2001 (V) 35476 (Northport, Tuscaloos a, AL) (none specified) 416-46-8924 Alabama

[NI11846] Source Ancestry 1930 census Yamhill Co, OR added maden name of wife from submitter

[NI11847] 10/20/1916 Oceann M Nuckolls ander Land Office 114.11 acres Document Nr.: 07212 Accession/Serial Nr.: 551321 BLM Serial Nr.: WYL 0007212 NESW 11/ 54-N 102-W No 6th PM WY Park NWSE 11/ 54-N 102-W No 6th PM WY Park 4 11/ 54-N 102-W No 6th PM WY Park Remarks: LOT 4 OR SWSE QUARTER 5/11/1923  Oceann M Nuckolls Lander Land Office 155.31 acres Accession/Serial Nr.: 906141 BLM Serial Nr.: WYL 0013874 SWNE 11/ 54-N 102-W No 6th PM WY Park SENW 11/ 54-N 102-W No 6th PM WY Park 1 10/ 54-N 102-W No 6th PM WY Park Remarks: LOT 1 OR NORTH HALF OF NE QUARTER

[XI11847] Oceann M. Nuckols (Mrs. Melvin W.) Age: 91 Section/Lot: 26-163 DOI: March 5, 1966 Comments: name is Oceana on headstone

[NI11866] History of Goochland Church by Hallie T Waldrop October 1966 In 1960 the church purchased the house and 3.68 acres of land from Cec il H Proctor. Harold Nuckols gave one half acre of land so the boundary li nes could be straightened.

[NI11867] Mrs Adelaide Massie Nuckols, 78, of Manakin-Sabot died Tuesday, January  1 1,2000. She is survived by her son, Charles Davis Nuckols and his wife, Ja ne Nuckols; her granddaughters, Ann Marie Nuckols and Barbara Nuckols Test er and her husband, Ralph Tester; great-granddaughter, Brandi Tester; and great-grandson, Justin Tester; four step-grandchildren, Terry Jenning s, Ronald Jennings, Lisa Fair and her husband, Bert Fair, Michael Jennin gs and  his wife, Tracey Jennings; and step-great-grandchild, Kyle Jenning s; sister, Mary Frances Mulrennan; and nephews, Michael Mulrennan and h is wife, Kathy Mulrennan and Chris Mulrennan and Rebecca Mulrennan; a grea t-niece, Erin Mulrennan, all of Florida; and half-brother, Frank Woodwa rd of Chester, Va.; and Robert Lewis.  Mrs. Nuckols was a member of Goochl and Baptist Church.  She was preceded in death by her husband, Harold Dav is Nuckols in 1991. Remains rest at the West Chapel of Bennett Funeral Hom e, 11020 W. Broad St., Glen Allen, where the family will receive friends W ednesday and Thursday evening from 7 to 9 p.m., and where funeral services will be held Friday at 1 p.m.  Interment will follow in the Gooch land Baptist Church Cemetery.  Memorial gifts may be made to Goochland C o. #3 Fire and Rescue Squad or Goochland Baptist Church. Mother added a note to the effect that there was a connection somewhere be tween the Massies and the Fords.  The Ford home place lay between Haro ld & Adelaides house and the Church, and Harold's mother was Stella For d. by Society Member Bill Davis Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - January 12, 2000 Deceased Name: Nuckols, Mrs. Adelaide Massie Nuckols, Mrs. Adelaide Massie, 78, of Manakin, a homemaker, widow of Haro ld Davis Nuckols. Name: Adelaide M. Nuckols SSN: 230-12-3252 Last Residence: 23103  Manakin Sabot, Goochland, Virginia, United Stat es of America Born: 2 Jun 1922 Died: 11 Jan 2000 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[HI11875] (Research):BR = Bristol Registers of Servants sent to Foreign Plantations 1654-1686, ed. Peter Wilson Coldham. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co.,1988. ------------------------ 9 July 1662.  The following apprenticed in Bristol: William Henning to Thomas Nuckle, 4 years Virginia 14 July 1662.  The following apprenticed in Bristol: John Paradice to Thomas Knuckle, 4 years Virginia 2 August 1662.  The following apprenticed in Bristol: William Jones to Thomas Nuckle, 4 years Virginia.

[NI11876] John Nuckles appears in First Virginia Nuckolls and Kindred Book II on pa ge 49 individual number 73. The descendants of this line from Society member Charles Ray Harper Charle sRay1@aol.com He resided in Botetourt County, VA between 1791 and 1795. In 1770  Botetou rt was all of the land west of Pittsylvania, but by the time Nuckols/Nuckl es were living there, it was narrowed down to almost the county it has rem ained. He resided at Wythe County VA between 1795 and 1798. He participated in t he creation of a new county in the northwestern part of Wythe Coun ty to be known as Tazewell County. Tazewell is on the border bewteen Virgi nia and West Virginia. He Resided in Tazewell County, VA between 1798 and 1813. He purchased fift y-eight acres from Howard Bean in 1807. The land was located on the Brus hy Ford branch of the Bluestone River. The History of Pittsylvania County I have a John Nichols in a List of tith es taken by John Wimbish Gent for the year of 1767 1820 NUCKLES, JOHN Tazewell Co, VA - pg 254 (page folded in cencus cant vi ew)) 1m26-45,1m>45,1f>45 Botetourt Co, VA 2/13/1795 Nancy Nuckles, d/o John married George Webb George and Nancy Webb sold land to William Nuckles in 1822 witness John Nu ckles. Vina Nuckles, father John married John Coleman 1/29/1791 Botetourt Co, V A, surity John Nuckles His will in Tazewell Co, names his wife Nancy Garland, children lavinna, j ohn jr., lavisa, nancy, jenny rhoda, william. jenny had a son named hard en ossner listed in will. will says lavina married 29 jan 1791 to john col eman [ which john coleman my 4 th grandfather.]  says nancy nuckles marri ed 13 feb.1795 botetourt co. va. to george webb. rhoda nuckles married ma r. 2 1802 to david schrader sr.[rhoda nuckles schrader  buried in tabor sl uss cementry mudfork va. [tazewell co. va. ]26mi. fr. where i live toda y. in 1850 cencus  mercer co va list john nuckles jr. as 85 yrs. old. whi ch he was born around1765. their for john jr. dad john sr. be born around1 740s ihave a record of john nucklesjr.  land grant1822 fr. joesph davids on this is the davidson  you were referring to. on conveying land to willi am nuckles. william, rhoda etc. mention in will  of 1821. note. now that m akes  two nuckles  john nuckles sr. then john nuckles jr. then 1850 cenc us of john nuckles jr. list his son john nuckles  that makes three. the la st john nuckles  son name john nuckles that married lucinda jackson  daugh ter of smyth  jackson  of russell co. va. hope this explains the johns. n ow the nuckles lived in tazewell co. va. in 1800s. in 1837  apart of  tazw ell co. became mercer co. va. after 1860 became mercer co. west  va. n ow  nuckles  that married  jackson lady they left mercer co. west va. betw een 1850 and 1860 moved to buchanna co. va.  in 1860 census  john nuckl es  and lucinda jackson nuckles list their kids  minerve  margaret and jo hn nuckles  now john nuckles  married  caroline fletcher this is 1860s cen sus buchanna co. va. my grand father lived beside of these  nuckles  whi ch lucinda nuckles which was ross coleman aunt a sister to his mother virg inna jane jackson coleman  that married james h. coleman  james h. colem an was son of john coleman jr. john coleman jr. married milly nuckles s he was daughter of john nuckles jr. ill follow up now  on  elijah etc. se nd it in a while. Handwritten Will of John Nuckles, Sr.: Tazewell Co., VA [proved by John Da vidson, page 21 written on back] found in box at court house. Children are all named in the will in the following order: Lavinia, Joh n, Lavisa, Nancy, Jenny, Rhoda, William. Lists, "Harden Offner, my daught er Jenny's son". Lists wife, Nancy. Deed, page 335, 20, October 1807, 58 acres on the Brushy fork of Blueston e, to John Nuckles from Howard Bane & his wife Letty [Lettice] Bane. Source : Barbara M. Kelley Researchers: Robert V Davis 4555 So Mission Rd # 179 Tucson, AZ 85746 Charles Ray Harper P O Box 1 Red House, W VA 25168 CharlesRay1@aol.com Roger Coleman fclr@netscope.net Elaine Lani616@aol.com Paul & Patricia Smith pnp@snowcrest.net Oaths of Allegiance - 1777 Pittsylvania County, VA copy done by Cynthia Hu bbard Headen source: The Magazine of VA Genealogy, v.23, #1 (Feb.1985),         transcr ibed by Marian Dodson Chiarito     These lists were taken from a typewritten copy found in the Clerk's Of fice, Pittsylvania County, at Chatham, Virginia.  The two following affida vits found attached to the copy are self- explanatory.    I, S. H. F. Jones, do hereby certify that about the year 1930 I persona lly copied and had checked the names of persons who took the oath of Alleg iance in 1777 as shown by manuscripts then in the Clerk's Office of Pittsy lvania County, Virginia.  The writing was faded and a few names could n ot be deciphered.  Every effort was made to transcribe the names as they a ppeared on the manuscripts.  The names of the foregoing Lists are a true a nd correct copy of the aforesaid manuscripts to the best of my knowledge a nd belief.  The lists were also checked by Mr. Langhorne Jones, att    Given under my hand and seal this 8th day of November, 193 9.    S. H. F. Jones (Seal) John Nuckles In Pittsylvania County, Virginia Deeds 1778-1780 Page 455 March 21, 1780 from John Nuckles and Ann his wife of CP a nd P to Nathaniel Murrey (Murray) of CP and P, for 100 frances a tra ct of about 200 acres on the south side of the Double Creeks, joining t he lower end of Sarah Dupea's which sd tract of land was bequeathed to t he sd John Nuckles's wife Ann Nuckles by her father, Thomas Hardey in h is will Signed John (X his mark) Nuckles, Ann (X her mark) Nuckles,.Wit no ne.  Sd Ann Nuckles relinquished her right of dower tothe lands within men tioned.  Recorded Mar 21 1780 Page 477, March 21, 1780 John Nuckles and Ann, his wife of CP and P, to Ch arles Wright of the Parish of Littleton and County of Cumberland, for 6 00 frances, about 100 acres on Cherry Stone Cr in P,  and bounded by Thom as Hardey, the Order Line.  Signed John (X his mark) Nuckles, Ann (X her m ark) Nuckles.  Wit-none.   Recorded Mar 21 1780 Page 49 Deed of Gift  July 27, 1774 from John Weatherford of P, to David W eatherford of P, for the natural love he has for his son David Weatherfor d, and for the further consideration of 5 shillings, one certain tra ct of land in P on Cherrystone Cr [this is lined through] containing abo ut 200 acres, bounded by the lines [this is lined through] of Thomas Hard y, David Wade, John Nuchkols, and the said John Weatherford.  Signed Jno W eatherford.  Wit - none.  Recorded July 28, 1774 Three of my direct ancestors signed one of the many petitions:David "Dav e" Shrader, Sr.,  (name entered as D. Screder in 1796-1797 and as David Sh reder in 1799) , Frederick Sluer (should be Sluss-Americanized from Schlos ser - Frederick also known as Jared Sluss. His name was entered as Frederi ck Sluss on the 1797 & 1798 petition) and John Knuckles, Jr. (This name Am ericanized to Nuckles).

[NI11903] Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - January 19, 1994 Deceased Name: Francisco, Mrs. Latine Nuckolls Francisco, Mrs. Latine Nuckolls, 95, a homemaker, widow of Maurice Garland Name: Latine N. Francisco SSN: 224-92-9310 Last Residence: 23227  Richmond, Henrico, Virginia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 16 Feb 1898 Died: 17 Jan 1994 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1973 )

[XI11903] Whole family line used one L, but her tombstone had her named with 2 LLs

[NI11904] Name:    Wilmore Nuckolls City:    Not Stated  County:    Louisa  Stat e:    Virginia Birth Date:    4 May 1900  Race:    White  Roll:    1984808 Wilmore Nuckolls res Louisa Co, Orchid, VA Age 18 born May 4 1900 Farmer for Charles L Nuckolls Nearest kin Charles L Nuckolls Med height, slender, grey eyes, blk hair Signed Wilmer Nuckolls Sept 12 1918 Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - February 8, 1995 Deceased Name: Sr.Heathsville -- Wilmer Louis Nuckols Sr.Heathsville -- Wilmer Louis Nuckols, 94, a retired mechanic. Name: Wilmer L. Nuckols SSN: 228-05-3137 Last Residence: 23227  Richmond, Henrico, Virginia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 4 May 1900 Died: 7 Feb 1995 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI11905] Name: Nathaniel A. Nuckols SSN: 228-07-1523 Last Residence: 23060  Glen Allen, Henrico, Virginia, United States of Ame rica Born: 9 Jun 1904 Died: 30 May 1988 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (Before 1951 )

[NI11907] Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - April 23, 1998 Deceased Name: Virginia Beach - Mrs. Ellen B. Nuckols Virginia Beach - Mrs. Ellen B. Nuckols, 84, a self-employed seamstress, wi dow of Charles Carroll Nuckols. Name: Ellen B. Nuckols SSN: 227-56-3362 Last Residence: 23455  Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach City, Virginia, Unit ed States of America Born: 24 Sep 1913 Last Benefit: 23455  Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach City, Virginia, Unit ed States of America Died: 22 Apr 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1960 )

[NI11908] 1930 household is Ellen Nuckols, aunt age 64 single and Addie Nuckols, aun t, age 74 single

[DI11910] Died of Congenital Heart Disease; I was told she was a blue baby.

[DI11913] FRANCISCO, Theodore Waddy, 84, of Richmond, widower of Donna Langner Francisco, his wife of 62 years, died Wednesday, March 21, 2012. He was a son of the late Maurice G. and Latine Nuckolls Francisco. He is survived by five children, Michael W. Francisco and his wife, Maxine, Peter L. Francisco and his wife, Sharon, Jon G. Francisco and his wife, Susana, Brooke F. "Bonnie" Turner and Jeffrey W. Francisco and his wife, Carole; seven grandchildren, Patti Hornstra, Susana May Jordan, Jon Francisco, Benjamin Francisco, Clifton Turner, Jacob Turner and Amanda Francisco; five great-grandchildren; and five sisters, Alice Scott, Edith Buckley, Mary Jane Sale, Martha Francisco-Beck and Rebecca Duke. Mr. Francisco was preceded in death by two brothers, Maurice Francisco Jr. and Charles Francisco. He grew up in Beaverdam and was a graduate of Beaverdam High School. Mr. Francisco served in the U.S. Navy Seabees during World War II. He founded and owned Lakeside Appliance for 50 years. Mr. Francisco was a member of Emmanuel Episcopal Church, Brook Hill, for more than 60 years, where he served on the Vestry and in various other capacities. He loved boating, fishing and his home on the Rappahannock River. The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at the Central Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home, 3215 Cutshaw Avenue. Funeral services will be held 4 p.m. Saturday, March 24, at Emmanuel Episcopal Church. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 1214 Wilmer Ave., Richmond, Va. 23227. Published in Richmond Times-Dispatch from March 22 to March 23, 2012

[DI11914] Husband of Mary Joseph Francisco. Obituary published in "The Central Virginian" on October 29, 2004. "Charles Peter Francisco, 75, of Beaverdam, died Wednesday, October 20, 2004. A Mass of the Resurrection was held at 11 a.m. Saturday. October 23 at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Buckner. Interment was in the church cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Mary Joseph Francisco; four sons, Charles P. Francisco Jr. of Richmond, G. Rhett Francisco and his wife, Sue, of Cincinnati, Ohio, John Cary Francisco and his wife, Janet, of Princeton, New Jersey, and Richard G. Francisco of Beaverdam; two daughters, Sandra J. Francisco and her husbnd, Wayne Skinner, and Theresa T.F. Goff and her husband, David, all of Richmond; two brothers, Maurice Francisco Jr. of Nashville, Tennessee, and T. Waddy Francisco of Richmond; five sisters, Alice Scott of Louisville, Kentucky, Edith Buckley of Annadale, Mary Jane Sale of Richmond, Martha Beck of Mechanicsville and Becky Duke of Mineral; and eight grandchildren. He was a member of the American Legion Post 90, Beaverdam Ruritan and was Third Degree in the Knights of Columbus. Memorial contributions may be made to a favorite charity, the Parkinson Disease Foundation or Immaculate Conception Catholic Church Building Fund, P.O. Box 40, Mineral, VA 23117."

[DI11918] NUCKOLS, Lucille Whitten, 97, of Richmond, passed away on January 5, 2012. She was the daughter of the late Marvin and Pearl Whitten, born on October 17, 1914. Lucille retired from Miller & Rhoads and was a longtime member of Mt. Vernon Baptist Church. Lucille was preceded in death by her beloved husband of over 60 years, Nathaniel Nuckols. She is survived by two daughters, Nancy Eanes of Danville, Va., and Jane Thurston of Richmond; two sisters, Audrey Ogdes of Roanoke Rapids, N.C., and Ethel Kingsburg of North Carolina. She had six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends at 10 a.m. on Monday, followed by a funeral service at 11 a.m. at the Woody Funeral Home, 1771 N. Parham Rd., Richmond, Va. Interment will follow at Greenwood Memorial Gardens

[NI11974] Widower when married to Jennie Nuckols

[NI11977] Abner Nuckols served in Company "A", 45th Infantry Roster, Vol. 5, with Ad ditions from F. W. Kelley, list 1897, according to Annals of Tazewell Coun ty, Vol. II, Pg. 228. Enlisted as a Private on 29 May 1861       Enlisted in Company A, 45th Inf antry Regiment Virginia on 29 May 1861.       Sick on 12 July 1861 at Wyth eville, VA       POW on 05 June 1864 at Piedmont, VA       Confin ed on 07 June 1864 at Camp Morton, IN       Oath Allegiance on 22 May 18 65       Released on 22 May 1865       blue eyes with light hair. He w as 5 feet 11 inches tall. Nuckles A. F. A 45 Virginia Infantry. Private Private Nuckles. Abner. T. C onfederate Parentage not proven. There is a perponderance of the evidence.  This Abn er fits the birth location. We know that the Civil War record with the ini tial of "T" is not necessarily accurate. I see many J's transcribed as a " T". Also since Jackson named a son Martin, this Abner had a brother nam ed Martin which fits with family naming patterns.  Jackson was last locat ed in the 1910 census of Magoffin Co, KY which was enumerated on May 16t h. He was not in the 1920 census, nor was he indexed in the KY death recor ds which began in 1911. This leads me to believe he died some time betwe en May 1910 and 1911.  There are some early death records recorded at t he KY History Library which I have written to for a search.(May 2, 2003 ). Although early census records reflect the Nuckles spelling that his father used, he changed in later life to use the 2L spelling like his grandfa ther.  No death record found from search. Son Martin naming a son Nathaniel confirms the identity with further evidence

[DI11977] Letter from Magoffin Co, KY checked death records. None kept in 1910

[NI11979] Family of Elizabeth found http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/h/r/James-E-Christian/ Tazewell Co. Death Register book states that Elisabeth Christain ddied Oct ober 29, 1892 in Maiden Spring District of Scrofalo at the age of 44. H er parents were Luther and Ana NUCKELS and Bob Christain was her husband whom reported the death. A marriage is recorded 11/17/1859 to Luther Christian. Source: Annals of Tazewell County, Virginia from 1800 to 1922 in two volum es. Harman, John Newton,. Richmond. W.C. Hill Print. Co.. 1979.

[DI11979] Name: «tab»Elisabeth Christain Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»29 Oct 1892 Death Place: «tab»Harman, Tazewell, Virginia Age: «tab»44 Birth Date: «tab»1848 Birthplace: «tab»Harmon, Tazewell, Virginia Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»Bob Christain Father's Name: «tab»Luther Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Ana Nukles Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07568-8 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2048586 Reference Number: «tab»e 6 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XR7T-BMX : accessed 8 April 2012), Luther Nuckles in entry for Elisabeth Christain (1848).

[DI11980] Barbara E Knuckles age 50 of nuralgia stomach, farmers wife, informant W M Knuckles

[NI11988] Children:   H. Heath Johnson (1863 - 1890)*

[DI11991] Saturday, November 24, 1900 Paper: Omaha World Herald Miss Carrie Nuckolls a sister of A K Nuckolls, 24th and Parker Street, died in home in Nevada MO  on the 22nd inst. The remains will be taken to Nebaska City, NE for interrment Sunday . Miss Nuckolls had often visited in Omaha and had at one time been a resident of the city. She had a large circle of friends here who will mourn her death

[NI11992] Census Place:3rd Ward, Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska Source:FHL Film 1254753  National Archives Film T9-0753     Page 29 8B Carrie NUCKOLLSSelfFSW40VAOcc:SeamstressFa: VAMo: VA Euphemia NUCKOLLS SisterFSW37VAOcc:SeamstressFa: VAMo: VA Lydia NUCKOLLSSisterFSW33VAOcc:SeamstressFa: VAMo: VA Maggie NUCKOLLSSisterFSW26VAOccSeamstressFa: VAMo: VA Kent NUCKOLLSBrotherMSW28VAOcc:Clerk In StoreFa: VAMo: VA

[NI11993] Census Place:3rd Ward, Nebraska City, Otoe, Nebraska Source:FHL Film 1254753  National Archives Film T9-0753     Page 29 8B Carrie NUCKOLLSSelfFSW40VAOcc:SeamstressFa: VAMo: VA Euphemia NUCKOLLS SisterFSW37VAOcc:SeamstressFa: VAMo: VA Lydia NUCKOLLSSisterFSW33VAOcc:SeamstressFa: VAMo: VA Maggie NUCKOLLSSisterFSW26VAOccSeamstressFa: VAMo: VA Kent NUCKOLLSBrotherMSW28VAOcc:Clerk In StoreFa: VAMo: VA

[DI11993] CADI Margaret Nuckolls, age 81 died Los Angeles, 7/25/1927

[NI11994] Wythe County, Virginia Courthouse                                Deed Bo ok 11, Page 612 Wythe County, Court to wit:           We Shepherd Brown & W.H. Spiller Justices of the Peace in the co unty aforesaid, in the State of Virginia, do hereby certify that Martha Nu ckolls wife of John Nuckolls parties to a certain deed bearing date on t he 20th day of January 1831, and hereunto annexed, personally appeared bef ore us, in our county aforesaid, and being examined by us, privily and apa rt from her husband, and having the deed aforesaid fully explained to he r, she the said Martha Nuckolls acknowledged the same to be her act and de ed, and declared that she had willingly signed, sealed and delivered the s ame, and that she wishes not to retract it. Given under our hands and seal s, this 20th day of January 1831. S. Brown                         seal W.H. Spiller                    seal Virginia at a Court held for Wythe County at the Courthouse on Monday t he 14th day of March 1831. This deed of barging & sale was returned to Cou rt, and with the certificates of acknowledgment and privy examination anne xed, ordered to be recorded. Teste, J. P.  Mathews    cc

[DI11997] marriage of dau Senah in 1891 names mother deceased

[NI12002] Source Citation: Year: 1860; Census Place: Upper Revenue District, Hanove r, Virginia; Roll: M653_1350; Page: 509; Image: 515. Nancy G Nuckols 45 Mary Nuckols 43 Elizabeth Nuckols 39 Frederick Nuckols 10 Peterson Index, Peterson VA 3/31/1870 Distressing Casualty - A correspondent of the Richmond Dispatch states th at on Thursday, the 23rd inst, the dwelling house of Miss nancy Nuckol s, in the neighborhood of Rockville, in the upper end of Hanover County, w as burned down about 11 o'clock A.M. At the time of the fire there w as no one in the house except Elizabeth Nuckols, her sister, an inval id so uttewrly helpless as to be able to get up when down. She was burn ed up near the door, having crawled , it is supposed, thus far, as her bon es were found in that position. The family were in very needy circumstance s, and the fire has utterly distroyed all their earthly possessions in t he shape of food and clothing.

[NI12004] 1880Census Place:Jackson, Louisa, Virginia Source:FHL Film 1255376  National Archives Film T9-1376     Page 8 Charles T. HARRISSelfMMMU52VAOcc:FarmerFa: VAMo: VA Sallie T. HARRISWifeFMMU49VAFa: VAMo: VA Edward H. HARRISSonMSMU17VAFa: VAMo: VA Charles W. HARRISSonMSW16VAFa: VAMo: VA Lucy A. HARRISDauFSW13VAFa: VAMo: VA Mary L. HARRISDauFSW11VAFa: VAMo: VA Samuel M. HARRISSonMSW7VAFa: VAMo: VA Mattei PEAKINSOtherFSB12VAOcc:Servant, Helps About HouseFa: VAM o: VA We know this information is incorrect, as Sallie was not Mulatto. Her moth er was with them in the 1870 census and the family was listed as white.

[XI12005] U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 Upright marker Name: «tab»William L Nuckolls Death Date: «tab»1 Dec 1922 Cemetery: «tab»Forest Grove Cemetery Cemetery Location: «tab»Glen Allen, Virginia Enlistment date,  1862 Discharge date, end of civil war Sgt, served Va, 25th Batt, Va Infantry Applicant and ship to Aubrey R Nuckolls, Rt 2, Geln Allen, Henrico Co, VA 7/7/1939

[NI12006] 1860 Louisa Co, Thomas Crossroads, Amblers Mill, VA -pg 910 pg914 Charles T Nuckols, 28 VA Elizabeth 61 VA (Charles Nuckols Aunt) <<

[NI12008] Home in 1860: Not Stated, Goochland, Virginia Gender: Male Post Office: Johnson Springs Household Members: Name Age Elizabeth J Nuckols 37 Benjamine J Nuckols 23 William G Nuckols 36 (HH612 nancy Nuckols, 75, VA, Henrietta E, 50 VA)(HH631 Henry K Nuckols a ge 27, managing farm for Mary Woodson, Mary prob widow of Jacob Woodson w ho died 1846. Dau Jane Woodson md Israel Nuckols) Henry is Israels son, b ut age is incorrect, as he was only 17) 4th Virginia Cavalry by Kenneth L Stiles Benjamin J Nuckols Company G enlisted 2/6/1863 Spottsylvania; wounded rig ht thigh and captured May 1864 Spottsylvania C.H; died 5/14/1864 Washingt on City Hospital; bur 5/21/1864, 27 yrs old, single Benjamin J Nuckols Enlisted as a Private on 06 February 1863 at the age of 27 Enlisted in Company G, 4th Cavalry Regiment Virginia on 06 February 1863. Died Company G, 4th Cavalry Regiment Virginia on 14 May 1864 in Washingt on City Hospl POW on 15 May 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House, VA (Estimated day) Wounded on 15 May 1864 at Spotsylvania Court House, VA (Estimated day, wou nded in right thigh) DECEASED  Nuckols, Benj. YEAR  [1864]. NOTE  Date of death: May 1865. NOTE  Place of death: Goochland County. NOTE  Source of Information: Goochland County, 1864, page 52. NOTE  Part of the Death Records Indexing Project which is sponsored by t he Virginia Genealogical SUBJECT  Deaths -- Virginia -- Goochland County Nuckols, Benjamin J  ACW  M      Goochland  Army  Private  DC  5/16/18 65  Point Lookout, Maryland Prison Camp   LL  DD; Chronic Diarrhea; buri ed in Confederate Cemetery Point Lookout, Maryland Nuckols, Benjamin J  ACW  M      Undetermined  Army  Private  DC  5/14/18 64  Hospital Washington, DC   P  WIA (right thigh) and captured at Spotsyl vania Court House 05/??/1864; POD: Washington Infirmary?; Residence: Hanov er/Spotsylvania Co?

[HI12009] (Research):Was in 1850 census next door to Benjmain and Elizabeth Toler Nuckols, so was assumed a son. His death cert named nathaniel and Sarah.  Perhaps Sarah was the only mother he knew, since his father married her after Polly Carey.  The 1820 census confirms a son born 1810-1820 and the other three sons are documented.

[DI12009] Name: «tab»Jos. C. Nuckolds Gender: «tab»Male Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»30 Dec 1865 Death Place: «tab»Henrico County, Virginia Age: «tab»51 Birth Date: «tab»1814 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover Occupation: «tab»Labourer Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Single Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Nathaniel Nuckolds Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Sarah Nuckolds Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07003-3 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2056983 Reference Number: «tab»p 173 e 14 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XR73-BL6 : accessed 13 April 2012), Jos. C. Nuckolds (1814).

[DI12010] Name: «tab»Henrietta Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»18 Jun 1879 Death Place: «tab»Dover District, Goochland, Virginia Age: «tab»70 Birth Date: «tab»1809 Birthplace: «tab»Goochland Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Unknown Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Thomas Nuckols  (this s/b Wm)* Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Nancy Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07001-9 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2056981 Reference Number: «tab»95 19 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X51H-VY8 : accessed 7 April 2012), Henrietta Nuckols (1809). She living with her mother nancy in 1860. The Nancy matches the age of the wife of William. Wife of Thomas, also named Nancy was too old to mother a child at age 60

[NI12074] 1850 Census, Spartanburg Co, SC: John B. Goudelock  48  farmer   born SC Mary Ann Hames     35 Mary Ann Yancey     11  Mother of the first 3 children was Sarah M. Dogget t). Leander Alonzo        12 Susan Nuckolls         9 Elizabeth Boyd         3 Agnes Ophelia          6 mo. (Laura Francis Amanda not born till 1853). Elizabeth                  23

[NI12078] My impression has been that the traditional claim was not that Thomas Huckaby married Keziah YANCEY,  but that he married Keziah NUCKOLLS? Correct me if I am wrong.  Of course,  Keziah, wife of Charles Nuckolls, was a Yancey by birth.  Nothing about the traditional claim ever seemed to quite fit including the projected birth date for Charles Nuckolls' daughter Keziah which was a little too late to for her to be Thomas Huckaby 's wife and the mother of his first child.  However,  the proof that Charles Nuckoll's daughter, Keziah, was not Thomas Huckaby's wife is on  Dennis Yancey's site for Richard Yancey probate records which clearly lists the heirs of Charles and Keziah (Yancey) Nuckolls and shows that their daughter, Keziah, was a spinster and still unmarried in 1810 when a major suit involving the estate took place. I think it very likely that Thomas Huckaby married Kezekiah/Keziah Self, daughter of William Self of Cumberland Co., Va.  Thomas Huckaby was living there about the time of the marriage,  Kezekiah/Keziah Self was the correct age,  and William Self's will proved in 1791 shows that his daughter was married to a Huckaby.  I know of no other Huckaby in Cumberland County at the correct time to marry William Self's daughter,  nor do I know of any other Huckaby of that general era with a wife named Keziah/Kezeiah. William Self had ties to both Cumberland and Bedford counties,  both associated with the Huckabys.  Also,  William Self sold his Campbell Co land (formerly in Bedford) to Joseph Chaffin,  a near kinsman of Thomas Huckabys. If you have any evidence contradicting any of my assertions,  please let me know.  I was once told that a granddaughter of Thomas Huckaby had the name, Keziah Nuckolls Huckaby.  If proven,  that would be significant,  but I  have not been able to find the evidence. gyoung@crosslink.net (Gary Young) 3   Richard WILLIAMS             b: 22 February 1796 Rutherford, NC .  +Keziah Nuckols HUCKABY             Father: John HUCKABY             [John s/o Thos HUCKABY & Keziah SELF]             m: 21 December 1815 in , Barren, KY Source:dmhull@frazmtn.comGuardian, 1783 John Nuckolls This Keziah was not listed as a widow in the 1830 Census of Barren County, so she either died like her husband, or remarried prior to the census

[NI12080] Contacted typhoid while caring for her children who had the disease, and s he died from it. The Lexington Herald 1/5/1905 Mrs Mattie Nuckols Dead Elkton, KY Jan 4- Mrs Mattie Bell Nuckols, wife of V B Nuckols, died at h er home in this city of typhoid fever. She is survived by her husband a nd three sons.

[DI12095] Name: «tab»Helen Drake [Helen Nuckols] Birth Date: «tab»27 Nov 1914 Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Hispanic Origin: «tab»Not Hispanic (Latino) Residence City: «tab»Hamilton Residence County: «tab»Hamilton Residence State: «tab»Ohio Residence Zip Code: «tab»45236 Residence Country: «tab»United States Death Date: «tab»2 Dec 2005 Death Time: «tab»12:55 PM Hospital of Death: «tab»Jewish Hospital or Otto C Epp Memorial Hospital Certificate: «tab»106328 Age at Death: «tab»91 Registrar's Certificate Number: «tab»004464 Certifier: «tab»Coroner Referred to Coroner: «tab»Referred to Coroner Autopsy: «tab»No Autopsy performed Method of Disposition: «tab»Burial Filing Date: «tab»10 Jan 2006 Hospital Status: «tab»Hospital/Inpatient Injury at Work: «tab»Unclassifiable Father's Surname: «tab»Nuckols Mother's Maiden Name: «tab»Maynard Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Education: «tab»4 years college Armed Forces Indicator: «tab»No Industry of Decedent: «tab»Occupation Not Classifiable Occupation of Decedent: «tab»Occupation Not Classifiable Census Tract: «tab»9999 Primary Registration District: «tab»3100

[DI12096] Name: «tab»Ethel Maynard Nuckols Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»16 Jun 1974 Death Place: «tab»Montgomery, Montgomery, Alabama Gender: «tab»Female Race (Original): «tab» Race (Standardized): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»87y Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1887 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»George Maynard Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Crinklebeard Mother's Titles & Terms (Original):

[DI12099] NUCKOLS, Henry Samuel      Death date: 7/24/1943, Summit County       Cer tificate #46756 Death Cert info: Residence 939 Redfern Ave, Akron, OH Married, wife named Elva Age 46y 8m 2 days Coal Operator for Wiseman-Nuckols Coal Co worked 13 years Last day worked 7/23/1943 Informant Elva Nuckols

[DI12101] Name:    OLIVE   NUCKOLS Gender:    Female Date of Death:    October 15, 1961 Volume:    16686 Certificate:    74803 Marital Status:    Married Place of Death:    Barberton, Summit County Race:    White Residence:    Akron, Summit County Age:    57

[DI12102] Washington Post, The (DC) - October 13, 2002 Deceased Name: NUCKOLS, MARTHA LUCILE On Tuesday, October 8, 2002. Survived by sister, Evelyn Clarke and her dear friends, Jane Cake, Kathleen Kuhn and Gay Moon. Memorial service Monday, October 14, 2 p.m. at Arlington United Methodist Church, 716 S. Glebe Rd., Arlington. In lieu of flowers, contributions in her name to Floyd Fund for Aging, Culpepper Garden, 4435 N.Pershing Dr., Arlington, VA 22203. (SSDI b4/1/1923 last res Arlington, VA) Name: Martha L Nuckols Birth Date: 1 Apr 1923 Birth State: Ohio Birth Country: United States Gender: Female Race: White Hispanic Origin: Not Hispanic (Latino) Residence City: Shelby Residence County: Richland Residence State: Ohio Residence Country: United States Death Date: 8 Oct 2002 Hospital of Death: Out of State Hospital Certificate: 402546 Age at Death: 79 Certifier: Other Filing Date: 3 Dec 2002 Hospital Status: Hospital/Inpatient Social Security Number: 295-18-4410 Father's Surname: Nuckols Mother's Maiden Name: Buckley Education: 5+ years college Primary Registration District: 9000

[NI12104] Lived in:  Kirkmansville District, Todd County, Kentucky 1900 Series: T623     Microfilm:  552     Book:  2     Page:  5 Noel Pepper, head, 9/1832, 67, md 37y KY VA NC Bell, wife, 2/1834,56, 6 children, 6 living, KY PA KY Emes L, (last name begining with a B crossed out), dau, 6/1865,34, md15 y, 2 children, 1 living Georgia T, dau, 8/1874, 25, single, KY Laler?  F Beun, grdau, 6/1887,12 Census Place:Kirkmansville, Todd, Kentucky 1880 Source:FHL Film 1254443  National Archives Film T9-0443     Page 22 2A Noel PEPPERSelfMMW47KYOcc:FarmingFa: VAMo: NC Bell J. PEPPERWifeFMW35KYFa: PAMo: KY Jimmie PEPPERDauFSW17KYFa: VAMo: KY Emma PEPPERDauFSW15KYFa: VAMo: KY Alma PEPPERDauFSW13KYFa: VAMo: KY Maggie PEPPERDauFSW10KYFa: VAMo: KY Tinnie PEPPERDauFSW8KYFa: VAMo: KY Georgie PEPPERDauFSW6KYFa: VAMo: KY

[NI12105] Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer (KY) - September 14, 2000 Deceased Name: Mae Evans Nuckols ELKTON - Mae Evans Nuckols, 93, of Elkton died Tuesday, Sept., 12, 200 0, at Owensboro Mercy Health System of natural causes. The Tellico Plain s, Tenn., native was a member and past president of Elkton Garden Club a nd District Garden Club of Kentucky. She was a 50-year member of the Ord er of the Eastern Star. Her husband, Noel Thomas Nuckols, died in 1990. Su rvivors include two sons, Tom Nuckols of Owensboro and Bill Nuckols of Cha ttanooga, Tenn.; four grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Services a re at 11 a.m. Friday at Latham Funeral Home in Elkton. Burial will be in G lenwood Cemetery in Elkton. Visitation is from 5 to 7 p.m. today at the fu neral home.

[NI12108] Name:    William E. Nuckols SSN:    289-24-7530 Last Residence:    32571  Milton, Santa Rosa, Florida, United States of Am erica Born:    17 Aug 1932 Died:    7 Feb 2003 State (Year) SSN issued:    Ohio (Before 1951 )

[XI12108] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about William Nuckols Name: «tab»William Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»17 Aug 1932 Death Date: «tab»7 Feb 2003 Branch 1: «tab»ARMY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»2 Jun 1950 Release Date 1: «tab»30 Sep 1974

[DI12115] Mr. John Nuckolls, 76, of 111 Oak Street in Rossville,died yesterday at 1:30 p.m. in the Tri-County Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Edna King Nuckolls of Rossville;one son, Mr. James Nuckolls of Rossville, four daughters , Mrs Ethel Nuckolls of Palatka,Fl, Mrs, Barbara Gallman of Crandall,Ms. Johnnie Sue Nuckolls and Mrs. Kathy Shelton of Farmington, New Mexico. Nine grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, neices and nephews also survive. Funeral Services will be held Monday at 11 am from the chapel of Love Funeral Home with Rev. Jack Price and Rev B.B. Dawn officiating. Interment will follow in West Hill Cemetery. Name: John Nuckolls SSN: 254-10-8726 Last Residence: 30741 Rossville, Walker, Georgia, United States of America Born: 10 Mar 1908 Last Benefit: 30741 Rossville, Walker, Georgia, United States of America Died: Apr 1984 State (Year) SSN issued: Georgia (Before 1951 ) Cert of Death 4/20/1984 Catoosa Co, Rossville, GA Ft Oglethorpe Tri COunty Hospital, Inpatient. Born 3/10/1908 in GA. Married, spouse Edna King. SS# 254-10-8726 Occ-Foreman American Thread Company Res 110 Oak St, Rossville, GA Father **John Nuckolls, Mother Icie Nuckolls. Burial 4/23/1984 West Hill Cemetery, Whitfield Co, Dalton, GA COD- Stroke Informant Edna Nuckolls, wife (Was not a son of John Nuckolls, but of William Morris. Both children did not like Morris and kept the Nuckolls name of their mother) John Nuckolls was his grandfather

[NI12116] Family submitted by Dougals Jones, Lexington, KY MUGGS522@aol.com

[NI12118] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Leonard A Nuckolls Birth Year: 1917 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Utah State: Utah Enlistment Date: 12 Jan 1942 Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA Grade: Private Grade Code: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Source: Civil Life Education: 4 years of college Civil Occupation: Actor (Motion picture actor. ) or Director, Motion Pictu re (Motion picture director.) or Entertainer Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 69 Weight: 126 Leonard was head of the New Mexico State Mental Hospital for a while. Name: Nuckolls, Leonard Arnold Birth  1917- Accession Number: 3125747 Source Citation: Who's Who in America. 39th edition, 1976-1977. Wilmett e, IL: Marquis Who's Who, 1976.(WhoAm 39) Who's Who in America. 40th edition, 1978-1979. Wilmette, IL: Marquis Who 's Who, 1978.(WhoAm 40) Who's Who in America. 41st edition, 1980-1981. Wilmette, IL: Marquis Who 's Who, 1980.(WhoAm 41) Who's Who in America. 42nd edition, 1982-1983. Wilmette, IL: Marquis Who 's Who, 1982.(WhoAm 42) Who's Who in America. 46th edition, 1990-1991. Wilmette, IL: Marquis Who 's Who, 1990.(WhoAm 46) Who's Who in America. 47th edition, 1992-1993. New Providence, NJ: Marqu is Who's Who, 1992.(WhoAm 47) Who's Who in America. 48th edition, 1994. New Providence, NJ: Marquis Who 's Who, 1993.(WhoAm 48) Who's Who in America(R) (Marquis(TM)). 49th edition, 1995. New Providenc e, NJ: Marquis Who's Who, 1994.(WhoAm 49) Who's Who in America(R) (Marquis(TM)). 50th edition, 1996. New Providenc e, NJ: Marquis Who's Who, 1995.(WhoAm 50) Who's Who in America(R) (Marquis(TM)). 51st edition, 1997. New Providenc e, NJ: Marquis Who's Who, 1996.(WhoAm 51) Who's Who in America(R) (Marquis(TM)). 52nd edition, 1998. New Providenc e, NJ: Marquis Who's Who, 1997.(WhoAm 52) Who's Who in America(R) (Marquis(TM)). 53rd edition, 1999. New Providenc e, NJ: Marquis Who's Who, 1998.(WhoAm 53) Who's Who in America(R) (Marquis(TM)). 54th edition, 2000. New Providenc e, NJ: Marquis Who's Who, 1999.(WhoAm 54) Who's Who in the West(R) (Marquis(TM)). 25th edition, 1996-1997. New Provi dence, NJ: Marquis Who's Who, 1995.(WhoWest 25) Santa Fe New Mexican, The (NM) - May 6, 2000 Deceased Name: LEONARD A. NUCKOLLS Age 83, of Santa Fe, died on Thursday, May 4, 2000. He was born in Park City, UT, on February 22, 1917 to the late Mabel Gans on and Harry Leonard Nuckolls. He earned a B.A. from the University of Col orado, Boulder. He wed his wife, Rachel Agatha Becker, in the spring of 19 42 in St. Louis, MO. He was a veteran of the US Army serving from 1941-196 2. He retired as a Lt. Colonel. From 1966-1976 he was the hospital adminis trator at Las Vegas Medical Center.Mr. Nuckolls was a member of the Intern ational Service Corps., Roadrunner Chapter of Retired Officers, and MENSA. He is survived by his loving wife of nearly 58 years, Gath; sister, Wil la Childerston of Golden, CO; his children, Peter Leonard Nuckolls and wi fe Camille of Ft. Worth, TX, and Rachel Patricia Conine of Dallas, TX. He is also survived by his grandchildren: Leonard Drew Nuckolls of Ft. Wor th, TX, Colin Nuckolls of NY, Tara Fawn Ravishankar of Denver, CO, Thane P atrick Kenny and Forrest Adam Kenny, both of Albuquerque, and Marc Clayt on Conine of Dallas, TX; and great-grandson, Vivek Kenny Ravishankar.Crema tion has taken place.Arrangements are under the direction of Berardinel li Family Funeral Service, 1399 Luisa, Santa Fe, 984-8600.www.berardinelli -mortuary.com

[DI12118] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about Leonard Nuckolls Name: «tab»Leonard Nuckolls Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»22 Feb 1917 Death Date: «tab»4 May 2000 Cause of Death: «tab»Natural SSN: «tab»522181917 Branch 1: «tab»ARMY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»22 Feb 1918

[NI12119] Family lore is that Bobby cut a guy with a knife and hurt him pretty bad and had to leave the state, which is the reason he is not found in Grainger TN still with his family. From Broughton Kentucky Lineage. Robert and Margaret are buried beside the highway on the right Fork of Straight Creek near the Stoney Fork post office as is their son Reuben, who was one of two sons who died in the civil war. The Family of Robert Knuckles and Margaret Henderson (called Peggy) by Colson Knuckles, as told by Great Grandsons Colson Knuckles and Franklin Knu kles. (Copy provided by Edward Bryn Knuckles, Nashville TN bryank@wrnewman .com) Family lore tells of a story that Bobby's wife inherited some land and that Bobby traded it for a shotgun. FAMILYOF ROBERT KNUCKLES AND MARGARET HENDRICKSON (CALLED PEGGY) AS TO LD BY GREAT GRANDSONS COLSON KNUCKES AND FRANKLIN KNUCKLES Much of the following genealogy are true statements related to the writers by Robin Nuckols (Colson's grandpa) and other kinfolk. Franklin Knuckles is a son of Millard Knuckles and Lydia Greene, and has been a great help to me in this endeavor . Robert Knuckles or Nuckols was 45 years old in the 1860 Census. He was born 1815 -died 1905 (at age 90) and is buried at the Stoney Fork Cemetery near where Stoney Fork empties into the Right Fork of Straight Creek. He gave his place of birth in Virginia. (He was the son of Obadiah Knuckol es or Nuckols (Virginia records spelled his name Obediah Nuchols) and h is mother was Elizabeth Willis who were married Feb. 3, 1801 in Goochland, V A.) Robert had one brother William Knuckles or Nuckols. When the brothers came into Kentucky , Robert made his home in the mountains. William went on down in the flat lands of Kentucky .My grandpa told me they never saw each other again. Prior to their arrival in Kentucky the family name was most often spelled NUCKELS or NUCKOLLS; in Kentucky however, KNUCKLES has been used most often. Other spellings of this name, as found in old records in the Virginias, and in the Carolinas were: NUCKOLS, NICHOLS, NICKO S, KNUCKEL, NICOLS. NICHOLLS. Robert Knuckles made his home at Knuckles Branch in Stoney Fork of Bell County He went down to Lone Jack, Four Mile, Ky. , and courted and married Margaret Hendrickson (born J anuary 1 , 1820 in Knox Cty ., K y .-died Mar ch 14, 1890 (lived 70 years) , buried at Stoney Fork, Bell Cty. Ky. She was a daughter of Reuben Hendrickson and Hannah Davis (Reuben's parents were Ezekiel & Jemima (Mima) Hendrickson, who came to Kentucky ca. 1808. I believe Ezekiel's daddy was from Norway, and his mother was German -I do  ot know her name). Margaret Hendrickson was 39 years old in the 1860 Census and gave her place of birth in Kentucky .Margaret's brothers and sisters were:(a) William (who married fIrst Deborah Bingham; second Margaret S usher.(b) Rachel (who married Michael Howard, son of John Howard).(c) Nancy (who married Jacob Perciful). (d) Sally (who married Samuel Lock( e) on July 26, 1848). (e) Joel (who married fIrst Nancy Bullard; second Eliza Bullard). (t) Noah (who married Diadame Bingham). (g) George (who married Elizabeth Christine Steele). (h) Mary (who married John Amis). (i) John (who married Frances Tinsley). ti) Martha Jane (who married John Epperson). In the summer of 1993 regrading and widening of the Highway at Four Mile forced the relocation of the graves of Margaret's parents, Reuben and Hannah, her brothers George and John and their families. They all were reburied in Pinelawn a beautiful, perpetual care cemetery just east of Pineville, which was developed by Earl J. Knuckles (ninth child of J ames F. Knuckles & Lilv Napier. ) Two Memories I have of greeat-gran daddy, called Old Man Bobby Knuckles by Colson Knuckles © He was at the voting place at Stoney Fork and a group of men were giving young George Knuckles a hard time because George was working for a man they did not want elected. Old man Bobby Knuckles went to these men and told them, "You fellows lay off that Colt and try an old horse a while." © Young George said they never bothered him again. At another time a man by the name of Baker was running against Jack Forester. Old man Bobby was voting for Jack. Some man working and making a speach for Baker said "A Jack is no good without a Jenny".  Bobby Knuckles said "Dam a Baker without a kid." © Filed a CW Pension application for both sons Reuben and George 11/21/1887 as surviving father

[NI12120] History of Bell Co, KY by Henry Fuson Vol II Ruben Hendrickson, grandfather of Lee Roy Hendrickson, married Hannah Hend rickson, and they had the following children: (1) Billy Hendrickson, (2) J oe Hendrickson, (3) Peggy Hendrickson, who married Bob Knuckles, (4) Geor ge Hendrickson, (5) Sallie Hendrickson, who married Sam Lock, (6) John Hen drickson, (7) Jane Hendrickson, who married John Eperson, (8) Noah Hendric kson. It is claimed that the Hendricksons came to this country from Franc e.

[NI12121] There is a record of a marriage in Franklin Co, TN 12/28/1871 of a Robert Knuckles to a Mollie French. LIcense issued but not returned. Scanned to CD Note from Robin Woolum 6/2006 I did have an opportunity to meet Colson Knuckles a couple times before he died.  The last time was in 1999, where we spent hours setting on h is porch swing listening to him talking about my ancestors.  He was very knowledgeable on my family, many members I have never heard about..  It w as a very interesting conversation...  I regret not spending more time wi th him..  He spoke a lot about Robin Knuckles..  He had similar commen ts as Lillian did.  According to Colson, Robin Knuckles was a ladies man ..  Colson also told me that Robin Knuckles probably had many wife's and c hildren that was never documented.. Back in them days, many people would claim to be married one day, and not married the next..  Robin Knuckles did get around..  Colson also shared several pictures with me, which I sti ll have.

[DI12121] No death cert found searching all of 1937

[DI12123] The Sun Courier, Pineville, KY Oct 3, 1974 Entered into eternal rest Thursday, Sept 26, 1974 Mr Robert Knuckles of Beverly, KY, a well-known resident of Bell County, passed away Thursday, September 26, 1974 at his home following a long illness. He was born August 24, 1888 at Stoney Fork, KY , son of the late Robin Knuckles and Martha Neal Knuckles. He was a life-long resident of Bell County and a member of the United Brethern Evangelical Church. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs Myrtle Fee of Kettle Island, KY; six sons, George Matt Knuckles of Fort Mitchell, KY; Albert and Colson Knuckles of Beverly; Edward Knuckles of Little Falls, Minn; Reed Knuckles of Stoney Fork and Robert Knuckles Jr of Asher Fork, KY. He is also survived by several grandchildren. Funeral services were Sunday, Sept 29th 1974 at 10 a. m. in the Mud Lick Church at beverly Ky with Elder Mickey Wilson officiating.

[NI12125] Lexington Herald-Leader (KY) - April 14, 1996 Deceased Name: PINEVILLE - Albert Knuckles PINEVILLE - Albert Knuckles, 84, Corbin, formerly of Beverly, retired co al miner, husband of Margie Knuckles, died yesterday. Services 2 p.m. Mond ay, Arnett & Steele Funeral Home. Visitation 6 p.m. today Name: Albert Knuckles SSN: 406-07-8265 Last Residence: 40701  Corbin, Whitley, Kentucky, United States of Ameri ca Born: 1 Feb 1912 Died: 13 Apr 1996 State (Year) SSN issued: Kentucky (Before 1951 )

[NI12126] Knox Co. Marriage Bond Book R, Page 97 on 8-2-1883 Groom - lst marriage; bride - lst marriage at A. Y. MESSER's SIZEMORE, Elhanan, age 22, b. Clay Co., parents b. Clay Co. to: GAMBREL, Elizabeth, age 17, b. Bell Co. ; parents b. Clay Co. Was at one time Sheriff of Clay Co. Ky. before moving to Bell County. From Hildegard 1/2013 (1) Married Apr 10 1879 in Clay Co. KY, Nancy Mattingly, b. Dec 17 1858 (daughter of Jesse Mattingly and Mary Jane "Molly" Asher).  Partner Lucy Howard, b. Apr 1873 (daughter of Daniel G. Howard and Clarinda Chappel), d. Jun 22 1944 in Bell Co KY.  Partner Lona Bell Helton.  (4) He married Mary Taylor, b. 1876 (daughter of Ulysis Grant Taylor and Docia Taylor), d. Feb  7  1961 in Lincoln Co KY, buried in Waynsburg, Lincoln Co KY.  Mary: data from Mary's bible.    i.«tab»Mollie«sup» «/sup»Sizemore, b. Feb 18 1879 in Clay Co. KY.  She married Francis Miracle (son of Jim Miracle).  Francis: Mollie and Francis had no children. «tab»2.«tab»ii.«tab»Beverly A.  "Beve" b. Feb  1882. «tab»3.«tab»iii.«tab»Lillie b. Nov 30 1885. Married Robert Boyd Knuckles «tab»4.«tab»iv.«tab»Sudie b. May 29 1887. «tab»5.«tab»v.«tab»Roscoe b. Jun 11 1888. «tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«i»Children by Lucy Howard:«/i» «tab» «tab»vi.«tab»Wilse (Sizemore) Taylor. «tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«i»Children by Lona Bell Helton:«/i» «tab»6.«tab»vii.«tab»Chloe b. 1901. «tab»«tab»«tab»«tab»«i»Children by Mary Taylor:«/i» «tab» «tab»viii.«tab»Ance Sizemore, b. Jul  30  1894.  was deaf and dumb; he never married. «tab» 7.«tab»ix.«tab»Martha Ellen b. 1897. «tab» 8.«tab»x.«tab»Shafter b. Sep  24  1899. «tab» «tab»xi.«tab»George Sizemore, b. Aug  30  1901. «tab» «tab»xii.«tab»Otis Sizemore, b. Dec  1 1903. «tab» «tab»xiii.«tab»Cody Sizemore, b. Sep  24  1905. «tab»  9.«tab»xiv.«tab»Roxie b. Mar  18  1907. «tab»  10.«tab»xv.«tab»Hazel b. Jun  17  1909. «tab» «tab»  «tab»xvi.«tab»Edward Sizemore, b. May  24  1912. «tab» «tab»  «tab»xvii.«tab»Caleb Sizemore, b. May 22 1914. «tab» «tab»  «tab»xviii.«tab»Bessie Sizemore, b. Mar  6  1916. «tab» «tab»  «tab»xix.«tab»Mae Sizemore, b. May 27 1918.  She married Tommy Sloan.

[HI12126] (Research):Father a child named Wilse Sizemore Taylor, with Lucy Howard.

[BI12126] listed on Harlan Co birth Index for 1858 father: Willie Sizemore and mother Nancy Collett

[DI12126] Kentucky, Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Eliasman (sic) Sizemore   Cert says Elhanon Death Date: «tab»6 Apr 1941 Death Location: «tab»Lincoln Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Location: «tab»Clay, Kentucky Spouse's Name: «tab»Mary Sizemore Informant Cody Sizemore Burial Mount Moriah Cemetery

[XI12126] Elhannon SIZEMORE died June 1938 and is buried at Waynesburg, Lincoln Co ., KY. That also is where Mary TAYLOR SIZEMORE who died in 1961 is burie d. That information was furnished to me by a direct descendant, Wanda a t: SilverTurq@aol.com She has in her possession a Bible record of Mary TAY LOR SIZEMORE's ( Also married Mary Taylor.)

[NI12127] 1860 Clay Co, Manchester, KY #253 William Knuckles 19 TN Solomon Knuckles 15 TN #257  Sarah Knuckles28 TN John H 8 TN Louisa 5 KY Gabriel 21, TN Comfort 13 TN 1870 Clay Co, Manchester, KY pg242 2/2 Knuckles, William, 29 TN Amanda J, 20 KY George M, 1 born 12/1869 (Note)- It has never been documented or confirmed he was a Helton. I ha ve heard relatives say he was never a Helton and would turn over in his gr ave if he ever heard it.  He was born out of wedlock, but his father is n ot known,   he was born March 10, 1841 in Little Sycamore Creek, Claiborne Co. TN a nd died Sept. 2, 1910 Bell Co. KY.He was a Union Soldier and a Veter an of the Civil War.  He came back from the war and married Amanda Jane As her the day President Lincoln was assassinated, April 14, 1865.  After ado ption this son was know as William Nuckols.  This William served in the UN ION ARMY and later became the first postmaster of Red Bird, Knox County, K entucky.  In 1867 after the war the county was split and the area became k nown as Beverly, Bell County, Kentucky. We don't know Gabe and William R's father, but Mother (living 2006) was told that their father was a Russell.  Most descendants say William R's name was William Richard, but Mother says this is because William R. married into the Asher-Davis family, and Richard is an important given na me in that family.  Rather than dispute the word of William R's descendants about what the R stands for, we always just refer to him as Willi m R. Knuckles.  (Source Fredwyn) A posting from George Goode, (gtwodogs@aol.com) says his ggf John Arnold Helton fathered a son with Mary Nuckles out of wedlock. Asher Cemetery, Bell Co, KY Knuckles         Edna Mae            03/03/1916    08/25/1918 Knuckles         Elizabeth           07/04/1909    05/27/1912 Knuckles         John B.             10/20/1900    10/08/1976 Knuckles         Mandy Jane          10/29/1845    01/28/1890 Knuckles         Tillman             one date      03/09/1955 Knuckles         W.R.                03/10/1841    09/02/1910 5/18/1865 Clay Co, KY William R Knuckles Acres: 50 Book: 72 Survey Date: 5-18-1865 County: Clay         WaterCourse: r h Br Red Bird Page: Township: Range:         Reference: THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS         Volume 1Part 2CHAPTER X. GRANTS IN THE COUNTY COURT ORDERS          (1836-1924)THE       COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY page 1426 5/19/1865 Clay Co, KY Acres: 50 Book: 75 Survey Date: 5-19-1865 County: Clay        WaterCourse: Philips Fk Page: Township: Range:         Reference: THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS        Volume 1 Part 2 CHAPTER X. GRANTS IN THE COUNTY COURT ORDE RS        (1836-1924)       THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY page 1426 9/15/1865 Clay Co, KY Acres: 100 Book: 72   Survey Date: 9-15-1865 County: Clay         WaterCourse:       l h Br Red Bird Page: Township: Range         Reference: THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS        Volume 1 Part 2 CHAPTER X. GRANTS IN THE COUNTY COURT ORDE RS        (1836-1924)       THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY page 1426 8/16/1870 Clay Co, KY Acres: 200 Book: 81   Survey Date: 8-16-1870 County: Clay          WaterCourse: Big Cow Fk Page: Township: Range:         Reference: THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS         Volume 1 Part 2 CHAPTER X. GRANTS IN THE COUNTY COURT ORDE RS                (1836-1924)       THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY page 1426 8/16/1870 Clay Co, KY Acres: 200 Book: 81   Survey Date: 8-16-1870 County: Clay          WaterCourse: Big Cat Fk Red Bird Page:         Township: Range: Reference: THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS Volume 1 Pa rt 2         CHAPTER       X. GRANTS IN THE COUNTY COURT ORDERS (1836-1924         THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY       page 1426 8/17/1870 Clay Co, KY Acres: 100 Book: 81 Survey Date: 8-17-1870 County: Clay        WaterCourse:       Bed Bird Page: Township: Range:        Reference: THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS        Volume 1 Part 2 CHAPTER X. GRANTS IN THE COUNTY COURT ORDE RS        (1836-1924)       THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY page 1426 2/26/1890 Bell Co, KY Acres: 150 Book: 114   Survey Date: 2-26-1890 County: Bell         WaterCourse: Little Cr Page:   Township: Range:         Reference: THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS        Volume 1 Part 2 CHAPTER X. GRANTS IN THE COUNTY COURT ORDE RS        (1836-1924)       THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY page 1426 11/18/1903 Bell Co, KY Acres: 50 Book: 120 Survey Date: 11-18-1903 County: Bell         WaterCourse:       Br Mud Lick Page: Township: Range:         Reference: THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS         Volume 1 Part 2 CHAPTER X. GRANTS IN THE COUNTY COURT ORDE RS                (1836-1924)       THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY page 1426 Census Place:Cimes Fork, Bell, Kentucky 1880 Source:FHL Film 1254402  National Archives Film T9-0402     Page 40 1D Wm. KNUCHLESSelf MM W39TN Occ:FarmerFa: TN Mo: VA Mandy KNUCKLES WifeF MW34KYFa: KYMo: KY George KNUCHLES SonM SW11KYFa: TNMo: KY Thomas KNUCHLES SonM SW9KYFa: TNMo: KY John KNUCKLESSonM SW6KYFa: TNMo: KY William KNUCKLES SonM SW3KYFa: TNMo: KY 1900 Bell Co, Sims Fork, KY Dist 12 W R Knuckles, head, 3/1841, 59, widower, KY KY KY John B, son, 9/1873, 26, single, KY KY KY Lumbering William L, son, 10/1880, 19 single Margaret Colwell, servant 5/1840, widow, 60, (Next door to son Thomas and George) REMEMBERANCES OF GREAT-GREAT AUNT SALLY AND GREAT-GREAT UNCLE BILL NUCKO LS as told to Colson Knuckles Morgan Helton (son of Carlo Helton) told me "Uncle" Bill Nuckols' Dad w as Arnold Helton. "Uncle" Bill Nuckols had the fIrst store and the first p ost office on Red Bird, in the headwaters of Red Bird. His greatgrandson w as Grover Knuckles (born April 7, 1923 -died January 7, 1994), who liv ed in Blanchester, Ohio. I never saw Grover Knuckles, but he wrote to me a nd told me "Uncle" Bill Nuckols first called the new post office Red Bir d, Kentucky. Later "Uncle" Bill Nuckols changed the post office name to Be verly, Kentucky. "Uncle" Bill Nuckols was a Veteran of the Civil War, a Union Soldier. He c ame back from the war and courted and married Amanda Jane Asher (a daught er of Wilkerson Asher and Lucinda Bingham). I believe "Uncle" Bill Nucko ls (the stepson of Obadiah Nuckols) changed the spelling of the name "Nuck ols" to "Knuckles"- "Uncle" Bill Nuckols and his wife Amanda Jane Asher had the following chil dren: (I) George Matt Knuckles; (2) Letcher Knuckles; (3) Millard Knuckle s; (4) Tom Knuckles; and (5) John Beverly Knuckles. Tom Knuckles was the grandpa of Grover Knuckles. I don't know which was na med fIrst, the the Beverly, Ky. post office or "Uncle" Bill Nuckols' son J ohn Beverly Knuckles. (If I knew the age of the Beverly post office, I wou ld know which was first, as I some times see John Beverly Knuckles tomb st one) . Next to William in the 1870 Census of Clay Co, KY on pg 215 is a Hence? Kn uckles age 21 wife Emeline, 27, Son Amos, 7 and dau Sarah E 3. Could th is have been a brother? From History of Bell Co by Henry Fuson Vol I CHAPTER VII EARLY SETTLERS OF BELL COUNTY, CONTINUED A. THE TWO STRAIGHT CREEKS AND RED BIRD I. RED BIRD SECTION       There were three main families on Red Bird when I knew the peop le in this part of the county. They were Bill Knuckles, Rev. Wilkerson Ash er, and Benjamin D. Bingham. These families and their ancestors and descen dants will follow in order.      Bill Knuckles married a daughter of Re v. Wilkerson Asher, by name of Amanda Jane Asher. They had six children: ( 1) George M. Knuckles, (2) James Knuckles, (3) T. J. Knuckles, (4) J. B. K nuckles, (5) W. L. Knuckles, (6) M. F. Knuckles. History of Bell Co, KY by Henry Fuson Vol II Some of the more progressive families tried to stem the tide of lawlessne ss and to bring about a better condition. They keenly felt the need of bet ter schools for the training of their children. Among these families was t he Knuckles family. When they learned that the Evangelical Church was desi rous of establishing work in some section of the southern mountains, th ey contacted the leaders of the church and invited them to send representa tives to visit this region. When they arrived the Knuckles brothers gave t hem a hearty welcome and offered them the choice of their land upon whi ch to build their buildings and establish a school. These representative a ccepted the offer and steps were taken to begin operations. HISTORY AND FAMILIES OF BELL COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Turner Publishing Co, P.O. Box 3101, Paducah, KY 42002  502.553.0121 Copyright 1994, Bell County History Book Committee. Publishing Consultant: Douglas W. Sikes, Coordinator: Trevor W. Grantham Library of Congress Catalog Card No. 93-61859, ISBN: 1-56311-128-4 William Richard Knuckles was one of five children born to Carolina Elza da Howard Knuckles, daughter of John R and Mary Alabama Howard and Willi am Letcher Knuckles of Beverly, formerly Knuckles, KY. William Letcher Knu ckles was one of five brothers. The other brothers were Millard Fillmore K nuckles, George Matt Knuckles, John Beverly Knuckles and Thomas Jeffers on Knuckles, all sons of William Richard Knuckles (himself) a son of Willi am Richard Knuckles and Mary Robinson Knuckles, a circuit-riding lawyer/ju dge. Wife of (the middle) William R Knuckles and mother of five sons was A manda Jane Asher Knuckles, daughter of Wilkerson Asher and Lucinda Bingh am Asher, a storekeeper and direct descendant of Dillion Asher, who settl ed near what is now Queendale, KY, near Beverly and Red Bird. The brothe rs donated five acres, more or less, of valley and surrounding mountainsi de land for the construction of the Red Bird settlement School and the Bev erly Evangelical United Brethren Church(now Beverly United Methodist Churc h) Afyer graduating from Red Bird High School in the second graduating cla ss, Bill, as he was known to his family and friends, attended and graduat ed from Union College, after which he taught school for 13 years in Bell C ounty, KY. He then graduated from the Univeristy of Kentucky College of La w, after which, even at a late age, he volunteered for wervice in the Unit ed States Marine Corps, from which he was honorably discharged as a seco nd lieutenant at the cose of WWII. He served in classification of milita ry personnel stateside. Soon after establising a law practice, firs tin pa rtnership with W J Stone and then Lester Parrott and finally establishi ng his own law practice, he married Marjorie Juanita Chambers, daught er of Rev M L and Dona Moore Chambers, a native of Williamsburg, who was s erving the Bell County School System, along with Warren Robbins, as helpi ng teacher (now called Supervisor of Schools) Marjorie had taught four yea rs in Tennessee and completed her teaching career, retiring after 34 yea rs of service in Kentucky. Bill sought the office of Commonwealth's Attorn ey for Bell County, was elected as a write-in candidate for county surveyo r, and was later elected to serve as 44th Judicial District Court Judg e, a position he held until his retirement 21 years later. To this unio n, at Beverly, was born Mary Truitt Knuckles. Mary Truitt married Charl es Hunter Watley, son of Dr Vernon Thompson Watley and Mary Margaret Moor e, natives of Texas and to this union , in Lexington KY was born Rebekah V erna Watley. The Knuckles family is considered a "founding family" in Be ll County. Marjorie and Bill were considered by those who knew th em to be honest, fair, decent citizens who tried to make a contributi on to their hometown and county. They both loved people and loved to enter tain friends and family in their home, often serving "down-home" country c ooking, including country ham, fried potatoes, fired corn, green beans, gr eens, parsnips, cornbread, iced tea and other traditonal mountain dishe s. Both Marjorie and Bill loved their hometown of Pineville and their ho me county of Bell and were content to live out their lives there. (Submitt ed by Mary Truiit Watley) Knuckles Wm. R. 3010 The Kentucky Land Grants A Systematic Index to All of the Land Grants Recorded in the State Land Of fice at Frankfort, Kentucky, 1782-1924. Two Volumes pg1426 Knuckles W. R. 3010 The Kentucky Land Grants A Systematic Index to All of the Land Grants Recorded in the State Land Of fice at Frankfort, Kentucky, 1782-1924. Two Volumes pg1426 Knuckles Wm. 3010 The Kentucky Land Grants A Systematic Index to All of the Land Grants Recorded in the State Land Of fice at Frankfort, Kentucky, 1782-1924. Two Volumes pg1426 In the name of God "Amen", I W.R. Knuckles of Knuckles, Postoffice, Coun ty of Bell and State of Kentucky, being sixty eight (68) years of age a nd being in my right mind and memory viewing the certainty of death, and u ncertainity of life, I do by this make this my last will and testamen t, I first sign my body to the dust from which it was given and reque st to be buried beside my only and beloved wife, Amanda Jane Knuckle s, in the Wilkerson Asher grave yard near the mouth of Little Creek on R ed Bird in Bell County Kentucky. (2) I request all of my lawful and just debts to be paid after they are pr operly presented and approved by my (4) sons, out of the proveeds of my st ore which I now have. (3) I will and bequeath all of my personal property and household goo ds , corn , and rents to my sons John B Knuckles and M F Knuckles, for th em to have equal, give them the home place for farming purposes and all t he land I have rented from the Kentucky Coals lands Company and the procee ds of said rented lands for the times named in the leases. (4) My son G M Knuckles is to tend and have the proceeds of the cleared la nd where he now lives also the place where the Sherman Sizemores now li ve to cultivate. (5) W L Knuckles my son is to have the cleared land and farm to cultiva te where he now lives on Little Cow Fork and the cleared land to tend on t he head of Little Cow Fork known as the John Bailey place, J B Knuckles a nd M F Knuckles is to have to tend and rent the place or field kno wn as a Big Field on right side of the Little Cow Fork as you go up but a ll of my four sons has the right to clear up land and tend same around t he farms and cleared fields so each of them dont interfer with each othe rs fields as heretofore named. (6) I will and bequeath that all notes, accounts, debts and cash, I ha ve on hand, to be equally divided among my for sons, after my just deb ts is paid. (7) I will all of my real estates, lands, and out timbers, to my childr en named as follows: G M Knuckles, and the lawful heirs of T J Knuckles, d eceased, John Berry Knuckles, George M Knuckles Jr, Edgar Knuckles, the th ree lawful children of said T J Knuckles deceased, John B Knuckles, W L Kn uckles and M F Knuckles, that id to say to be equally divided among themse lves after all is saled but they may sell my Mud Lick lands, separate a nd apart from my other lands and the moniments of the same is to be divid ed into five equal parts, but not any of my lands is to be saled unle ss to the heirs, as above named until after twenty years from the da te of my death, but in such event that is to say of any one of the five he irs gets a deed from all the other heirs to my Mud Lick lands then that he ir may sell same separate and apart from my other lands to whom he may des ire then all the remainder of my other lands, may be saled by any heir th at gets a deed from all the other heirs to the remainder of all my lands j ust in the same way as provided for the sale of the Mud Lick lands.      It is known that John Benj. Knuckles, George M Knuckles Jr and Edg ar Knuckles is the lawful heirs of T J Knuckles deceased and are under ag e, now thi si to say that at any time the living heirs, G M Knuckles, Jo hn B Knuckles, W L Knuckles and M F Knuckles sells their parts to each oth er then that heir gets a deed as heretofore named to my lands from the liv ing heirs then that heir gets said deeds from the other heirs, so desi re to sell my lands as heretofore named then the heirs of T J Knuckles dec eased shall sell their interest in and to their parts of my lands and ma ke a deed thereto as though they was of age and receive their one fif th of the amount said land is saled for and their one fifth of the sa me is to be placed to there benefit by my four living sons, G M Knuckle s, John B Knuckles, W L Knuckles and M F Knuckles, which I hereby appoi nt as my administrator without bond and they shall appear and enter in Cou rt at the probation of this will and should any one of my four sons as abo ve named be dead, then the remainder living shall be my lawful administrat ors without out bond. (8) I further will and bequeath in the case of death of either one of my l iving sons who now has families then my other sons who is alive is to a ct and be their childrens administrators without bond, to sell and conve rt what interest their heirs may have into my lands as heretofore nam ed in the same was as named for the heirs of T J Knuckles deceased. (9) Further I will and bequeath whereas John B Knuckles and M F Knuckl es is single and unmarried men at this time and in case of their death bef ore having any lawful heirs then their interest in my estate is to be equa lly divided among the other heirs in case they have no lawful heirs at t he date of their death then their part of the estate  is to go to the livi ng and surviving heirs as heretofore named. (10) I further will and bequeath that none of my lands be soled for any ju dgements or any indebtedness for either one of my sons or T J Knuckles hei rs until after twenty years from the date of my death. Witness my hand and seal this August 18, 1910  W R Knuckles Atts as Witnesses D M Bingham C B Bingham I H Helton State of Kentucky} County of Bell}      I, R W Johnson, Clerk of the County Court of the Coun ty and State aforesaid, do certify that the foregoing instrument purporti ng to be the last will and testament of W R Knuckles, deceased, was fil ed in open court March 13, 1911, probated, and ordered recorded which wi th this certificate has been recorded in Will Book No 1 Page 252. Witne ss my hand this 8th day of May, 1911, R W Johnson, Clerk.

[NI12128] BEVERLY: Bell Co. On KY 2011, mouth of Cow Fork of Red Bird River, 14 mil es NE of Pineville. PO est 24 Oct 1876 as Red Bird with Wilkerson ASHER, p m. His dau suceeded him in 1887 (Amanda Jane KNUCKLES), changed the po na me to NUCKLES. Another town called Nuckols so US changed the name. John Be verly NUCKLES was then postmaster suggested his middle name. Amanda J. Knuckles   The Last Will and Testament (Transcribed by Bob Berch er) In the name of God, amen I Manda Jane Knuckles being of sound mind, and believing the uncertain ty of life, but the certainty of eternity, make this my last will and test imony.  To wit: Now whereas, my father Wilkerson Asher deceased, willed to me and my hei rs a certain peace of land out of his estate, I now will the same to my s ix sons. G. M. Knuckles, Thomas J. Knuckles, John B. Knuckles, W. L. Knuck les, M. F. Knuckles, and John B. Knuckles, and I appoint William R. Knuckl es, my husband, my lawful attorney and administrator, without bond, to sel l, and sign in deed as though I was present and assign it myself, and divi de the money equal among my six above named sons, and I ask the court to r ecognize the deed he makes to anyone for this portion of land, and al so I want my house  ? , when my need for it, if there be any, when th ey go to keeping house, to be equally divided among them, I want each of s ons to have one milk cow, and I also will my son James F. Knuckles my sewi ng machine, But this is to be under the control of W. R. Knuckles, ti ll he needs it. In witness whereof I here unto I set my hand this January 20th, 1890In the presence of     her two witnessesMandy J   x  Knuckles     mark I. H. Helton Robert Slusher State of Kentucky County of Bell   I J. P. Bingham clerk for the county court for the county and state a foresaid, certify that the forgoing instrument of writing was produc ed to the county court of Bell county and sworn by the oath of a subs ? wi tness thereunto, to be the last will and testament of  Amanda J. Knuckl es deceased, and the  ?  ?  hand over the required time for exception, a nd none having been taken, the same has this day been by order of the Be ll County Court been admitted to record. Witness my hand this 12th         day of May 1891 J. Bingham Clerk by E. Ingram     D. O.

[NI12130] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Sep 12 1918 res Bell Co, Beverly, KY Age 35 born Oct 16 1882 Farmer-Council of Defense Kin-Myrtle Knuckles Med height,.med and stout build, dark eyes, dark hair Millard & Myrtle lived on Red Bird Mission, not Stoney Fork. He ran a stor e/post office near where Connie Brock now lives. George lived on Cow Fo rk about a mile where Letcher and Millard lived. They were the childr en of Charles. They, also, were no physical relationship to the other Knuc kles who lived on Red Bird. This relationship was because Robert Knuckl es married a lady who already had a son who took the surname. My husband is cousin to the lineage thru marriage. Albert Knuckles is t he son of Robert. Albert married Margie Lawson. Margie is first cous in to Ethel Brock my husbands mother. (Posted at rootsweb) Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1921 > March > 11 John Hay re-elected County Supt ......Pineville... The full new board was present when Will Hays, acting S upt in the absence of his brother,  calling the meeting to order., After b eign swron in  by Robt Hollingsworth, county clerk,  the members drew f or terms each was to hold, resulting in J W Parsons and Chesley C Thomps on drawing the one-year terms, W T Robbins three years and Millard F Knuck les the four year term.... Middlesboro Daily News Middlesboro Kentucky 06 August 1921 M F and W L Knuckles and J F Slusher of Beverly Ky are spending the day he re on business Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1921 > July > 28 M F and W L Knuckles and J F Slusher of Beverly Ky are spending the day he re on business Middlesboro Daily News (Middlesboro, Kentucky) > 1921 > December > 17 Four Held Under Bonds on 54 Counts Nearly 30 witnesses come from Red Bird to file charges 21 Felont charges of conspiring and banding together to intimidate neighbo rs, are made against the four men by J B Knuckles, Cale Brock, M F Knuckle s, William Brock, Lechter and Joseph Saylor, while J B Knuckles, Miss My ra Bowman, J F Slusher, Hobart Sizemore, Lechter Knuckles, Gilbert Sayl or an d Fred Canady filed misdemeanor cases involving charges of shooti ng on the highway , having possession and transporting whiskey breach of t he peace, concealed weapons and drunk

[NI12131] I went to Colson's funeral. I don't know if you ever met him, but a finer man would be hard to find. A little trivia about him. He built a church (basicly by himself) on his land in Beverly back in the late 60's and preached there for several years. Never passing a collection plate. This was when I was a young teenager, I can still hear him leading us in Rock of Ages today (Bryan Knuckles)

[DI12131] Lexington Herald-Leader (KY) - July 7, 2002 Deceased Name: PINEVILLE -- Colson Knuckles PINEVILLE -- Colson Knuckles, 88, Beverly, retired farmer and land manager, husband of Carrie Brock Knuckles, died yesterday. Services 11 a.m. Monday, Arnett & Steele Funeral Home. Visitation 6 p.m. today. M'boro Daily News: Beverly- Colson Knuckles, 88, passed away Saturday, July 6, 2002, at Pinev ille Community Hospital.  He was born March 24, 1914, at Fields, KY, a s on of the late Robert Boyd and Lily Sizemore Knuckles.  He was a minister and believed in the Baptist faith.  He was also a Kentucky Colonel, and had been a carpenter for Bell-Whitley (Community Action Agency) and a farmer.  In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a son, Ronald Cody Knuckles; and three brothers and two sisters.  Survivors include his wife of 66 years, Carrie Brock Knuckles; children, Pauline Parrott, Ewa Beach, Hawaii; Tim Knuckles, Louisville, KY; Bobby Knuckles, McKee, KY; O'Dell Knuckles, LaGrange, KY; Zenas Knuckles, Sneedville, TN; Faye Knuckles, Beverly, KY; and Sharon Ayers, Middlesboro; 15 grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren; brothers, Reed Knuckles, Straight Creek; Robert Knuckles, Asher Fork; George Matt Knuckles, Covington, KY; and a host of nieces and nephews.  Services will be at 11 AM, Monday at Mud Lick Cemetery at Beverly with Brothers Mickey Wilson and David Woolsley presiding.  Pallbearers will be family and friends.  Arrangements by Arnett & Steele Funeral Home, Pineville

[NI12132] Informant on death cert Earl Shackleford Informant on death cert for brother Moscie Knuckles 7/31/1975 Residence 1975 Star Route Box 177

[NI12133] George Taylor Nuckles and his brother Robert Nuckles who were Osteopaths, graduated from the first Osteopathic school in the country. Excerpts from the article: The following Doctors of Osteopathy were licensed in Saline county, city of Marshall, with dates of their registration. We do not have detailed informa- tion about many of these doctors, but they were among the pioneers of Osteopathy in Saline county. Dr. Robert H. Nuck1es, August 3, 1899, deceased May 20, 1960 Dr. George T. Nuck1es, February 6, 1906, deceased october 31, 1955 Dr. C. F. Warren, December 28, 1927 Dr. Richard T. Nuck1es, February 17, 1936 DR. Earl C. Macey, February 1 2, 1934 Dr. Kenneth E. Warren, June 2, 1940 Dr. Robert H. Nuckles graduated from the American School of Osteopathy at Kirksville, Mo, in 1899. He came to Marshall, where he opened an office and practiced his profession here from 1899 tb 1906. Dr. George T. Nuckles, a brother of Dr. Robert, was graduated from the American School of Osteopathy in 1906. Dr. Robert turned his Marshall practice over to Dr. George and moved to Slater, where he practiced his professi on for more than 50 years. Dr. Robert was a charter member of the Slater Rotary club. He was also a charter member of the Missouri Archaeological Society. He also collected o ld -Runs.

[MI12133] (Medical):Coronary Thrombosis and diabetes

[BI12133] Name: George Taylor Nuckles Birth Date: 05 Nov 1882 Death Date: 31 Oct 1955 b. Bowling Green, Mo., par. Richard and Ella Robinson Nuckles, wife, Alice Simmons Nuckles #6071 Ridge Park Cemetery Association of Marshall, Saline County, Missouri Part II Incorporated August 17, 1885

[DI12133] Daily Democratic News, Tuesday, November 1, 1955 Page 1 Col 1 Dr George Nuckles Dies At His Home Services Will Be Held Wednesdat Afternoon in Sweeney Chapel Dr George T Nuckles, 72, an osteopath physician who had practiced in Marsh all since February 1, 1906 passed away at 8:05 o'clock last night in his h ome, 7 East Eastwood. Dr Nuckles had been ill the last ten days. Funeral s ervices will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in the Sweeney Chape l. Rev J Herbert Gilmore, Jr , pastor of the First Baptist Church will off iciate, assisted by Dr harvey Baker Smith, pastor of the Christian Churc h. Interment will be in Ridge Cemetery. The body will remain at the funer al home through the service. Dr Nuckles was born in Bowling Green, MO, N ov 5, 1882, the son of Ella Eugenia Robinson Nuckles of near Bowling Gre en and Richard Nuckles of West Virginia, who moved to marshall in May of 1 892. Dr Nuckles attended Missouri Valley College two years and graduated f rom the American School of Osteopathy, Kirksville, in 1906. He would ha ve completed fifty years of practice in Marshall next February. He was a m ember of the Missouri Osteopathic Assoc, the American Osteopathic Assoc, a nd was a pioneer in the field of osteopathy, always keeping abreast of mod ern developments in medicine. Surviving are his wife, the former Alice M S immons, to whom he was married in 1935, and their son Richard, now a stude nt of Missouri Valley College, both of the home; two children from his pre vious marriage who reside in Kansas City, George T Nuckles Jr and Mrs Char lie (Dorothy) Bauer and three grandchildren; his brother, Dr Robert H Nuck les of Slater, a nephew, Dr R T Nuckles of marshall and a niece, M rs J Ed Taylor of Marshall and a number of great nieces and nephews. He w as preceded in death in 1942 by an infant daughter, Martha Jean. DAILY DEMOCRAT NEWS  HISTORY OF SALINE COUNTY OSTEOPATHS The Osteopathic Profession, founding and growth, by Dr. C.F. Warren Osteopathy, as a school of medicine, began when the first class of studen ts was graduated in 1894 after learning new principles and techniques und er Andrew Taylor Still (1828-1917). Still, the founder of Osteopathy, s on of an itinerant Methodist minister and doctor, began his professional l ife as a country doctor with no more or less training than other country d octors of that time. He supplemented a medical apprenticeship, served with his father, by sever al terms in a medical school at Kansas City. In 1874 when Still sought t he privilege of explaining his ideas at Baldwin University, Kansas, he w as refused because his thoughts were not in conformity with accepted medic al practice of the day. For the next 18 years he continued to study and wo rk alone. In 1892 Dr. William Smith, who had received his degree in medicine from t he University of Edinburg consulted with Still concerning current medic al education and his own resources regarding the etiology and manageme nt of disease. Two months later Dr. Still, with the assistance of Dr. Smit h, opened a small school for the purpose of teaching anatomy. He subsequen tly established the American School of Osteopathy to teach his ideas relat ive to the etiology and management of disease. A comprehensive curricul um was developed, paralleling good medical education of the day. The cour se covered a period of two years which was, the standard of most medical s chools of that time. Following the establishment of this first school at Kirksville, Mo, oste o- pathic colleges were rapidly established in other states.

[NI12144] Mamie Snoddy Anderson, 90, widow of Leonard M. Anderson, died August 10, 1 998.  She is survived by three daughters and sons-in-law, Joyce A. a nd H. Lloyd Belton, Anne A. (Piggie) and W. Russell Cornett, both of Richm ond, and June A. and Russell C. Johnston, Jr. of Minneapolis, Minn.; two s isters, Ruth S. Spencer and Lucille S. Leake; 15 grandchildren, 29 great-grandchildr en and three  great-great-grandchildren.  Her remains rest at the Bliley F uneral Home's Staples Mill Chapel, 8510 Staples Mill Road, where the fami ly will receive friends 5 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, and where services wi ll be held Thursday at 12:30 p.m. Interment Forest Lawn.

[NI12146] Barnett (Barney) Wier married Sarah Ledford in Davidson County, North Car olina on August 1, 1824. They migrated to Illinois and had several childre n. One son also named Barnett may be my great great grandfather who h ad a son John Q. Wier born in Illinois in May 1851. GETTINGSJAMES@aol.com

[NI12147] My grandmother Blanche Wier born February 1885 and a great  aunt Tolie Wi er born January 1897. Surnames in my family background include  GETTING S, CRUISE, CARTER, MORGAN, WIER, NUCKOLS, GAINES, NEWMAN and BROWN. My e-m ail is GETTINGSJAMES@aol.com. Please contact me if this could possib ly be a link. Sincerely, Jim Gettings

[DI12172] Name: «tab»Maggie Nuckols Death Date: «tab»17 Dec 1939 Death Place: «tab»Wichita County, Texas, Wichita State Hosp Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»49 years 1 month 13 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»04 Nov 1890 Birthplace: «tab»Texas Marital Status: «tab»Single Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Luther Newton Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Lillie Josephine Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Res-Cleborne TX COD TB with mental defficiencies Place of Residence: «tab»Cleburne, Texas Cemetery: «tab»State Cemetery Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»19 Dec 1939 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2118413 Digital Film Number: «tab»4030453 Image Number: «tab»696 Reference Number: «tab»cn.57749 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDPZ-QFL : accessed 4 May 2012), Maggie Nuckols, 1939.

[NI12173] WWI Draft Reg DOB 8/22/1895 Name:    Ralph Nuckols SSN:    523-07-4069 Last Residence:    91710  Chino, San Bernardino, California, United Stat es of America Born:    22 Aug 1896 Died:    May 1970 State (Year) SSN issued:    Colorado (Before 1951 )

[NI12174] Subject: Erskine Nuckols Author: Shawn Jordan Date: 15 Aug 2003 7:59 AM GMT  Email:  SJJordan72@aolcom My husband is the grandson of Erskine Nuckols b. Aug. 18, 1892. Anyone with related information please contact me.

[HI12174] (Research):Erskin was not located in 1920, 1930 census records.

[DI12174] Name: «tab»Erskine Stephen Nuckols Death Date: «tab»17 Feb 1951 Death Place: «tab»Cleburne, Johnson, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»58 years 6 months 29 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab»8/18/1892 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Austin, TX Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»L. N. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Lillie J. Cain Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»farmer Place of Residence: «tab»RFD 1 Cleburn Inf- Mrs E S Nuckols Cemetery: «tab»Prices Chapel Burial Place: «tab»Cleburn, TX Burial Date: «tab»3/19/1951 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2074655 Digital Film Number: «tab»4166820 Image Number: «tab»1328 Reference Number: «tab»14265 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JD16-TRW : accessed 4 May 2012), Erskine Stephen Nuckols, 1951.

[XI12174] U.S., Headstone Applications for Military Veterans, 1925-1963 about Erskine S Nuckols Flat granite marker-christian emblem Name: «tab»Erskine Stephen Nuckols Birth Date: «tab»18 Aug 1892 Texas Death Date: «tab»17 Mar 1951 Cemetery: «tab»Prices Chapel Cemetery Location: «tab»Johnson County, Texas Enlistment Date 9/17/1917 Discharge Date 4/26/1919 Serial No 2-231-298 Pension No C-1-674-391 Served Texas, Private, Machine Gun BN, 345th, 90th Div Location of Cemetery, johnson Co, Texas, Prices Chapel Applicant Kenneth E Nuckols, Rt 1, Cleburne, TX 8/21/1951

[NI12175] Thetis Nuchols, a senior, pictured in the 1920 Sante-Fe Trail, Yearbo ok of Cleburne High School, Cleburne, Texas 1920 JohnsonCo, Cleburne, TX rooming, age 18, seems maybe a college dorm

[NI12182] The following was taken from a newspaper clipping from the Glasgow Republi can circa September, 1943. McCoys Celebrated Their Golden Wedding Mr. and Mr.s George McCoy celebrated their Golden Wedding Anniversary Sund ay, August 22nd, at their home near Roseville, with a family dinner. On Au gust 22, 1893, Miss Martha Thomas (Mattie) Ford was married to Mr. Geor ge McCoy in a double wedding ceremony performed by Bro. Sowers, a Cumberla nd Presbyterian minister. The ceremony took place at the home of the la te Mr. Joe Pedigo near Lick Branch.. The other parties in the double weddi ng were Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Broady, now deceased. Those present were Mr. a nd Mrs. Willie McCoy, Cave City, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie McCoy and son, Wende ll from Slick Rock, Mr. and Mrs.Eugene Ford, Cave City, Mr. and Mrs. Nels on Nuckols and son, Seth Ford, Glasgow, Name:    SETH NUCKOLS Gender:    Male Date of Death:    April 25, 1999 Birth Date:    June 26, 1926 Volume:    31921 Certificate:    028110 Autopsy:    N Social Security Number:    406267407 Father's Surname:    NUCKOLS Time of Death:    3:00 AM Marital Status:    married Hispanic Origin:    Not Hispanic Place of Death:    residence Years of Schooling:    16 Certifier:    Physician Branch of Service:    MARINE CORPS Method of Disposition:    Cremation Mother's Surname:    FORD Race:    White Birth Place:    HAMILTON, BUTLER, Ohio Residence:    HAMILTON, BUTLER, Ohio Age:    72 years Name: Seth   Nuckols Age at Death: 72 Date of Death: 25 Apr 1999 City of Death: Hamilton County of Death: Butler Volume: 31921 Certificate: 028110 Date of Birth: 26 Jun 1926 State of Birth: Kentucky Country of Birth: United States Father's Surname: Nuckols Mother's Maiden Name: Ford Gender: Male Marital Status: Married Race: White Hispanic Origin: Not Hispanic Years of Schooling: 16 Social Security Number: 406-26-7407 Industry: Elementary and secondary schools Occupation: Teachers, secondary school Whether in Armed Forces: Yes Branch of Service: Marine Corps City of Residence: Hamilton County of Residence: Butler State of Residence: Ohio Country of Residence: United States Residence Zip Code: 45013 Primary Registration District: 0901 Hospital of Death: Home Hospital Status: Other/Residence Time of Death: 3:00 AM Filing Date: 26 Apr 1999 Registrar's Certificate Number: 00272 Certifier: Physician Whether Referred to Coroner: No Autopsy: No Method of Disposition: Cremation Classification of Place of Injury: Unspecified Place Whether Injury Happened in Ohio: Yes Address at time of death:  335 Wildwood Court, Hamilton, OH Father: Nelson Nuckols Mother' Mary CLyde Ford Spouse: Velma

[XI12182] Spring Grove Cemetery

[NI12185] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Bernard D Nuckols Sr Birth Year: 1917 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Hawaii Enlistment Date: 14 Jun 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: 3 years of high school Civil Occupation: Bridge Builder (Bridge carpenter. ) or Car Carpenter, Ra ilway or Carpenter, Construction* (Carpenter, general.) or Carpenter, Sh ip An asterisk (*) appearing after a job title indicates that a trade te st for the particular occupation will be found in the U Marital Status: Married Height: 88 Weight: 083

[DI12185] Washington Post, The (DC) - June 26, 2006 Deceased Name: NUCKOLS, BERNARD D., SR. On Saturday, June 24, 2006, BERNARD D. NUCKOLS, SR. of Falls Church, VA. B eloved husband of Dorothy P. Nuckols; devoted father of Bernard D. Nuckol s, Jr. of Richmond, VA and Nancy Harrell of Roanoke, VA; brother of Walte r, Reford and Adele Nuckols, Virginia Taylor, Margaret Hunt and Robbie Vi a. Also survived by five grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren, and ma ny special friends. Friends may call at the ARLINGTON FUNERAL HOME, 39 01 N. Fairfax Dr., Arlington, VA, on Tuesday, June 27, from 6 to 8 p.m., w here services will be held Wednesday, June 28 at 12 noon. Interment in Nat ional Memorial Park. Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - June 26, 2006 Falls Church - Nuckols, Mr. Bernard D. Sr., 88, a retired carpenter, an Ar my veteran, husband of Dorothy P. Nuckols.

[NI12186] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Walter W Nuckols Birth Year: 1918 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: U.S. At Large Enlistment Date: 8 Apr 1943 Enlistment State: Virginia Enlistment City: Richmond Grade: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Education: 4 years of high school Civil Occupation: 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: 99 Weight: 104

[DI12186] On July 8, 2011 in Landover, MD the beloved husband of Edna who predeced him in death, he is survived by his four children Rose ( Jim) Crawley, Sue Carreiro, Diane (George) Gibbs and Bruce (Marty) Nuckols, 12 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren and four great great grandchildren. Social Security Death Index about Walter W. Nuckols Name: «tab»Walter W. Nuckols Last Residence: «tab»20785  Hyattsville, Prince Georges, Maryland Born: «tab»11 Nov 1918 Died: «tab»8 Jul 2011 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[DI12187] Margaret Louise Nuckols Hunt, 88, of Charlottesville, Virginia went home to be with her Lord and Savior Sunday morning, August 23, 2009 at the home of her daughter, Brenda Hill. She was born in Amherst County on October 25, 1920. At one time she was married to James Hunt who predeceased her. She was also preceded in death by a son, Roger Hunt and three brothers Leonard Nuckols, Bill Nuckols and Bernard Nuckols. She is survived by three devoted children, Barbara Whitby and her husband Reverend Herman Whitby of Nashville, Tennessee, Robert Hunt of Charlottesville, Virginia and Brenda Hill and her husband David of Charlottesville, Virginia. She cherished her one granddaughter, Leasa Williams of Nashville and her six grandsons, James Whitby of Nashville, Warren Hill, Eric McFarland, Chuck Hunt, David Hunt of Charlottesville and Brian Hunt of Richmond. She is also survived by twelve great grandchildren; two sisters, Virginia Taylor of Jacksonville, Florida and Robbie Reeder of Richmond, Virginia; and two brothers Walter Nuckols of Maryland and Reeford Nuckols of Alexandria, Virginia. Margaret worked at Blue Ridge Sanatorium as a nurse's aide for 28 years. After retiring, she has been an Avon Representative for the past 34 years to present. Most important of all, she was a follower of Christ at the First Church of the Nazarene where she was a charter member for 56 years. She was faithful to God's calling by serving as a Sunday School teacher, church secretary and board member and a prayer warrior until the day she passed. A funeral service was conducted Thursday, August 27, 2009 at the Teague Chapel with Reverend Bill Willis officiating. Interment followed at Holly Memorial Gardens. Message From The Family: Mom, you have inspired us all of your life by your example. You were always a hard worker and you loved the Lord and your family so much. May we be found faithful until we see you again. We love you and will miss you.

[DI12190] Capital, The (Jun/14/2007) Willie Nuckols, 85, a resident of Jacksonville, Fla., for 23 years and previously of Annapolis, died June 9 at his home of natural causes.Born May 29, 1922, in Pleasantview, Va., Mr. Nuckols served in the Marines and received the Purple Heart. He was a plumber in the construction industry befo reretiring.Surviving are three children, 24 grandchildren, 28 great-grand children and two great-great-grandchildren.Service and burial are private. Arrangements are by Town and Country Funeral Home in Jacksonville. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Haven Hospice of Jacksonville, 4200 NW 90th Blvd., Gainesville, FL 32606. Florida Times-Union, The (Jacksonville, FL) - June 14, 2007 NUCKOLS Willie A. Nuckols, 85, passed away Saturday, June 9, 2007, wh en he joined the love of his life, Julia, with the Lord. He was a former Marine and a Purple Heart recipient. He resided in Jacksonville since leavi ng Maryland in 1984. He leaves his loving children, sisters, brother s, 24 grandchildren, 28 great grandchildren, and 2 great-great grandchildren. Funeral Services were held Wednesday, June 13, 2007, 2PM, at Riverside Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, the children are asking that donations please be made to Haven Hospice of Jacksonville. Please Sign the Guestbook @ Jacksonville.com

[NI12191] Published in the Florida Times-Union on 8/4/2004. NUCKOLS Julia B. Nuckols, 78, passed away Monday, August 2, 2004. Born 10- 14-25 in Flint Hill, VA, she lived in Maryland from 1949-1984 and has be en a resident of Jacksonville, FL since. She is survived by her loving hus band, Willie A. Nuckols of 59 years; brother, Warren “Joe” Eastham of C A; children, Rebecca Morris (Bill) of Jacksonville, William Nuckols (D J) of Deale, MD, Ruth Lundy (Bill) of Nahunta, GA & Charles Nuckols (Am y) of Jacksonville; niece, Nancy Hanson (Bob); nephew, Warren Eastham (Mar ietta); 24 grandchildren and 26 great grandchildren. Funeral services wi ll be held 3:00 PM Wednesday August 4, 2004 at HARDAGE-GIDDENS FUNERAL HOM E, 5753 Blanding Blvd with entombment in Riverside Memorial Park. The fami ly will be having a personal service 6:00 PM Saturday at cryptside. In li eu of flowers, please make donations to Community Hospice of NE FL. Plea se sign the Guestbook at Jacksonville.com Capital, The (Annapolis, MD) - August 4, 2004 Deceased Name: Julia Nuckols Funeral services were held this afternoon at Hardage-Giddens Funeral Ho me in Jacksonville, Fla., for Julia Beckham ''Becky'' Nuckols, 78, a resid ent of Jacksonville for 20 years and previously of Shady Side. Mrs. Nucko ls died Aug. 2 in Jacksonville. The cause of death was not available.A hom emaker, she was born Oct. 14, 1925, in Flint Hill, Va., and lived in Maryl and from 1949 to 1984.She was a former member of Centenary United Methodi st Church in Shady Side.Surviving are her husband, Willie A. Nuckols, wh om she married June 22, 1945; two sons, William Nuckols Sr. of Deale and C harles Nuckols Sr. of Jacksonville; two daughters, Rebecca Morris of Jacks onville and Ruth Lundy of Nahunta, Ga.; one brother, Warren ''Joe'' Easth am of California; 24 grandchildren; and 26 Great-grandchildren.Entombme nt will be at 4 p.m. tomorrow at Riverside Memorial Park, 7242 Normandy Bl vd., Jacksonville. Arrangements were by Town and County Funeral Home in Ja cksonville. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Hospice of the Chesapeak e, 445 Defense Highway, Annapolis, MD 21401.

[NI12208] Washington Post, The (DC) - June 8, 2006 Deceased Name: NUCKOLS, LEONARD EUGENE, SR. "Pappap", 58 Passed away at his home in Stafford, VA on Wednesday, June 7, 2006. He w as preceded in death by his father, Leonard Whitney Nuckols; mother, Li ly Pearl Nuckols; and great-granddaughter, Mikayla Baker. He is surviv ed by his loving wife of 39 years, Janet Marie Nuckols; beloved childre n, Susan Marie Baker, Leonard Eugene Nuckols, Jr. (Annette) and Shirlly nn Lewis Ingram (Chris); dear grandsons, Christopher, Joshua, C.J., Shaw n, Brandan and Hunter; as well as his cherished granddaughters, Emily, Eli zabeth, Kayla and Amber. He also leaves his sister, Faye Holder; brother s, Robert Nuckols and Larry Nuckols; several nieces and nephews. Friends m ay call at EVERLY-WHEATLEY FUNERAL HOME, 1500 W. Braddock Rd., Alexandri a, VA on Friday, June 9 from 6 to 8 p.m., where funeral services will be h eld on Saturday, June 10 at 11 a.m.www.everlyfuneralhomes.com Name: Leonard E. Nuckols SSN: 228-64-9950 Last Residence: 22554  Stafford, Stafford, Virginia Born: 25 Oct 1947 Died: 7 Jun 2006 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1963 )

[NI12216] Name: Betty W. Nuckols SSN: 231-42-3960 Last Residence: 24018  Roanoke, Roanoke, Virginia, United States of Ameri ca Born: 27 Apr 1918 Died: 5 Jun 1998 State (Year) SSN issued: Virginia (1952 ) Richmond Times-Dispatch (VA) - June 8, 1998Roanoke - Ms. Betty Paulette Nu ckols, 80. Roanoke Times, The (VA) - June 7, 1998 NUCKOLS, Betty Paulette, 80, of Roanoke, went to be with her Lord on Frida y, June 5, 1998. She attended Windsor Hills Baptis t Church and was a resi dent of Fairington Apartments. She is survived by her son, Bernard Nucko ls Jr. of Richmond; her daughter and son-in-law, Nancy and Earl Harrell J r. of Roanoke; four granddaughters and their husbands, Renee and Jack Oli va of Chesterfield, Wendy and Michael McCarty of Salem, Sherry and Chris M ueller of Chesterfield and Leigh Anne and Dennis Duncan of Roanoke; one gr andson and his wife, Tripp and Karen Harrell of Mechanicsville; six great- grandsons; one great-granddaughter; one niece, Shirley Ragland of Appomatt ox, and one nephew, Wayne Paulette of Lynchburg. Funeral services wi ll be conducted at 1 p.m. Tuesday, June 9, 1998, at Robinson Funeral Ho me in Appomattox, with the Rev. C. L. Dodson officiating. Interment will f ollow in Evergreen Cemetery in Evergreen, Va. The family will receive frie nds at the funeral home from 11:30 a.m. Tuesday until the time of service.

[NI12219] Published in The Washington Post on 12/19/2004. NUCKOLS, EDNA LEE On December 18, 2004. Beloved wife of Walter W. Nuckols; devoted moth er of Rose (Jim) Crowley, Sue Carreiro, Diane (George) Gibbs and Bruce (Ma rty) Nuckols. Also survived by 12 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren, o ne great-great-grandchild, one brother, other relatives and friends. Visit ation will be held on Monday, December 20, 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. at FO RT LINCOLN FUNERAL HOME, 3401 Bladensburg Rd., Brentwood, MD. Services wi ll be held on Tuesday, 10 a.m. at Landover Christian Church, 6421 Old Land over Rd., Landover, MD 20785. Interment Ft. Lincoln Cemetery. In lieu of f lowers, memorial contributions may be made to the church.

[NI12237] Not mentioned in mothers obit

[NI12337] History of Todd County, Kentucky, ed. J. H. Battle, 1884, F. A. Battey Pub lishing Co., 1884, pp. 327-28.            [Trenton Precinct] Andrew Newton MOORE.  The worthy subject of this sketch was born June 2, 1 840, on the family homestead, where he now resides, in Todd County, Ky. H is father, John MOORE, was born in 1799, in Augusta County, Va.; after t he death of his wife, removed to Tennessee, remained there one year, and then came to Todd County, Ky., about 1808, where he died in 1882. He w as the son of David MOORE, Jr., a Virginian, who purchased this tract of l and in 1804, and died here in 1826, at the age of sixty-two years. Davi d, Jr.'s wife was Jennie McClung.  David, Jr., was the son of David, Sr ., whose wife was Miss Evans.  David, Sr.'s father was Andrew MOORE, who w ent from Scotland to Ireland, and thence to America.  His wife was Miss Ba xter.  Subject's mother, Narcissa, daughter of Ransom, and Sarah (Foster) Tinsley, died in 1876, at the age of sixty-seven years.  Her uni on with John MOORE was blessed with the following-named children: Sar ah J. (Chiles), David T. Andrew N., William D., Samuel T. and Mattie V.  M r. Andrew N. MOORE obtained a good education, at select schools, and at Be thel College; is a man of extensive reading in standard books, and curre nt literature.  He was married March 24, 1864, to Miss Sallie F., daught er of James and Nancy (Pendleton) Grady, of Todd County, Ky., and from th is union sprang: M. Jennie, born August 29, 1866 (deceased); William N., A ugust 10, 1868; Nannie G., July 18, 1870 (deceased); Lucy May, January 2 1, 1872, and Johnnie, June 4, 1874 (deceased).  Mr. MOORE is by vocation a farmer, owning about 600 acres of valuable and productive la nd in a high state of cultivation, and in fine condition.  On the place a re numerous living springs, and each plat of ground is arranged with su ch forethought and skill that stock may have access to pure water, from a ny one field, during the pasturing season.  Spring Creek also passes throu gh the place, which greatly enhances its value.  Mr. MOORE is living for h is children, and takes a commendable interest in their education and advancement.  He is a member of the Grange; also of the Baptist Church, a nd is identified with the Democratic party.

[NI12340] Married in 1901 Florence E Parr

[DI12343] Richmond Times Dispatch April 20, 1906 Died at her residence, 908 Randolph Street at 11 o'clock Wednesday night April 18th, in the thirtieth year of her age, Mrs Rosa W Nuckols, wife of Wm A Nuckols. She was the dau of Frank A and Alice W Franch of Richmond and a niece of the Rev Dr J A French, of Austin, Texas. Beside her hisband and parents, she leaves two daughters, Grace andBlanche, aged 12 and 9 respectively; a number of other relatives and a large cicle of friends to mourn her death. Funeral from Randolph Street Baptist Church Friday adternoon, April 20th at 5 o'clock. Interment at Riverview Cemetery. "Yet must we part and parting weep; What else has earth for us in store? These farewell pangs, how sharp and deep! These farewell words, how sad and sore! Yet we shall meet again in peace To sing the song of festive joy; When none shall have our gladness cease, And none our fellowship destroy" Richmond Times Dispatch April 21, 1906 The funeral of Mrs Rosa W Nuckols, who died at her residence 908 Randolph Street, last Wednesday, occurred yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock from the Randolph Street Baptist Church. Interment was made in Riverview Cemetery Name: «tab»Rosa W. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab»20 Apr 1906 Burial Place: «tab»Richmond, Va Death Date: «tab»18 Apr 1906 Death Place: «tab»Richmond, Virginia Age: «tab»29 Birth Date: «tab»1877 Birthplace: «tab»Va Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab»Va Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Va Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B06977-0 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2033601 Reference Number: «tab»566 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRMF-3L4 : accessed 7 April 2012), Rosa W. Nuckols (1877).

[NI12347] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: William A Nuckols Birth Year: 1909 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Virginia County or City: Henrico Enlistment Date: 20 Aug 1942 Enlistment State: Virginia Enlistment City: Richmond Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA Grade: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Education: 1 year of college Civil Occupation: Addressing-Embossing Machine Operator or Clerk, Gener al Marital Status: Married Height: 72 Weight: 179 Name: William Andrew Nuckols Death Date: 4 Apr 1987 Death City: Rocky Mount (P) Death County: Nash Death State: North Carolina Death Age: 78 Burial Location: Burial in state Birth Date: 26 Feb 1909 Birth Location: Virginia Residence City: Rocky Mount Residence County: Nash Residence State: North Carolina Father: N Gender: Male Race: White Marital Status: Married Social Security Number: 242033173 Institution: General Hospital Attendant: Physician

[XI12347] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about William Nuckols Name: «tab»William Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»26 Feb 1909 Death Date: «tab»4 Apr 1987 SSN: «tab»242033173 Enlistment Date 1: «tab»3 Sep 1942 Release Date 1: «tab»28 Jul 1943

[NI12348] Name:    HENRY NUCKOLS Birth Date:    SEPT 1864 Race:    W Sex:    M Father:    SAMUEL Mother:    NOT GIVEN Page:    126

[NI12349] 1930 census is father in law Jesse W Harris, widow, age 48 b TN Whitney Messenger Friday, January 9, 1987 Mr. Leonard Nuckols, age 80, of Lake Whitney Estates, died early Tuesday m orning, Jan. 6 at the Whitney Hospital. Funeral service at 3 p.m. Wed. Ja n. 7 at the Marshall and Marshall Chapel in Whitney, Rev. David Leach offi ciating, burial in the Bethlehem Cemetery.  Mr. Nuckols was born July 1 4, 1906 in Whitney and lived in this area most of his life. He lived in Da llas from 1936 to 1969, when he retired and moved back to Whitney. He marr ied Florrie Harris June 25, 1927 and she died Dec. 4, 1982. He graduated f rom Whitney High School in 1924. He was preceded in death by a sister, Mr s. Annie Spence in 1956. He was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Ch urch in Whitney.  He is survived by 1 daughter, Mrs. Margaret Nottingha rt of Austin, 1 son, Lynn E. Nuckols of Denver, Colorado, 1 brother, Samu el Rountree Nuckols of LaVegas, Nevada, 2 sisters, Mrs. Jennye Mae Bash am of Whitney and Mrs. Marjorie Scott of Alvarado, 9 grandchildren and 9 g reat grandchildren. Name: Leonard Edwin Nuckols Titles: Gender: Male Marital status: Death date: 06 Jan 1987 Death county: Hill Death place: Hill, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[NI12351] Hillsboro Reporter Thursday, February 8, 2001 Jennye Mae Basham, 87, of Whitney died Tuesday, February 6. She was born N ovember 2, 1913 in Whitney, daughter of the late Ed and Maggie Rountree Nu ckols. She attended Hillsboro Junior College, graduated from Byrne Commeri cal College of San Antonio and also attended the University of Maryla nd in London, England for three years. She worked for the Civil Service f or many years; and after retirement, worked as a secretery for the Ci ty of Whitney. She was a member of King Memorial United Methodist Chur ch of Whitney, a member of Whitney, a member of Whitney Veterans of Forei gn Wars (VFW) Auxiliary and its first president, and a past member of t he Order of the Eastern Star. She married Fred T. Basham in 1931 in 193 1. She was preceded in death by one son, Thomas Basham; and one sister. Su rvivors include; her husband; four children and their spouses, Peggy and D ick Mahan of Whitney, Jan and Nita Basham of Gilroy, California, Gretch en and Bob Covell of Red Oak and Michael and Terry Matula of Littleton, Co lorado; one sister, Marjorie Scott of Alvardo; 12 grandchildren; and 12 gr eat grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Februa ry 9, at Marshall and Marshall Funeral Directors Chapel in Whitney with Re v. W.L. Armstrong officiating. Burial will be at Bethlehem Cemetery near W hitney. Memorials may be made to Bethlehem Cemetery Association, P.O. B ox 234, Whitney 76692; or Whitney Museum, P.O. 1794, Whitney 76692. Visita tion wil be from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. tonight (Thursday, February 8) at Mar shall and Marshall Funeral Directors in Whitney.

[NI12352] Mus have died young, as they named another daughter Marjorie in 1921

[NI12353] Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997 Date of Birth: 9 Feb 1917 Birth County: Hill Mother's name: Edwin Nuckles Certificate Number: 6845 Roll Number: 1917_0008 U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Samuel R Nuckols Birth Year: 1917 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Texas State: Texas County or City: Dallas Enlistment Date: 12 Nov 1941 Enlistment State: Oklahoma Enlistment City: Fort Sill Branch: Air Corps Grade: Private Component: Regular Army (including Officers, Nurses, Warrant Officers, a nd Enlisted Men) Source: Selective Service within 3 months of Discharge 11 punch Education: 4 years of high school Civil Occupation: Bridge Builder (Bridge carpenter. ) or Car Carpenter, Ra ilway or Carpenter, Construction* (Carpenter, general.) or Carpenter, Sh ip An asterisk (*) appearing after a job title indicates that a trade te st for the particular occupation will be found in the U Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 69  Weight: 148 Name: Samuel R. Nuckols SSN: 457-01-4384 Born: 9 Feb 1917 Died: 2 Jan 1990 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 ) Living in California in 1954 according to mothers obit

[DI12355] Name: «tab»Jno. J. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»04 Mar 1888 Death Place: «tab»Ashland, Hanover, Virginia Age: «tab»4 Birth Date: «tab»1884 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab»White Marital Status: «tab»Single Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»H. W. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»E. J. Nuckols Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B07003-5 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASY Source Film Number: «tab»2056984 Reference Number: «tab»e 45 Source Citation "Virginia Deaths and Burials, 1853-1912," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XR7Q-ZZH : accessed 7 April 2012), Jno. J. Nuckols (1884).

[DI12358] Curry  Effie  Catherine    11-23-1966  MC LENNAN  F  WIDOWED

[NI12409] Groom's Name: «tab»George Harry Bailey Groom's Birth Date: «tab»1914 Groom's Birthplace: «tab»Newport News, Virginia Groom's Age: «tab»21 Bride's Name: «tab»Dorothy Mae Blunt Bride's Birth Date: «tab»1913 Bride's Birthplace: «tab»Hanover Co., Virginia Bride's Age: «tab»22 Marriage Date: «tab»18 Nov 1935 Marriage Place: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Groom's Father's Name: «tab»Harry C. Bailey Groom's Mother's Name: «tab»Myrtle Lee Mason Bride's Father's Name: «tab»Wm. Kellam Blunt Bride's Mother's Name: «tab»Mable C. Nuckols 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»M01795-7 System Origin: «tab»Virginia-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2048455 Reference Number: «tab»F2048455 Image 447 Source Citation "Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XR3Z-848 : accessed 5 April 2012), Dorothy Mae Blunt (1935).

[DI12413] Name:  «tab»Ben J. Campbell SSN: «tab»130-03-9693 Last Residence: «tab»23221  Richmond, Richmond City, Virginia, Born: «tab»10 Aug 1912 Died: «tab»25 Jul 1999 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»New York (Before 1951)

[DI12414] Name:  «tab»Calvin A. Campbell SSN: «tab»223-05-3428 Last Residence: «tab»35209  Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama, Born: «tab»12 Jun 1914 Died: «tab»11 Dec 1987 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[NI12416] Date Written: 10 Feb 1853 Date Probated: May Term 1855 Wife: Tabitha Daughter: Polly, Tabitha,Anna, Briley Nuckols, Elizabeth Sons: John, Daniel, Granville, Pleasant, Willis Executor: sons Pleasant and Willis Witnesses: John Sutton, Peter S Rush. Barren Co KY Will Book 3, p. 437 Father:  Nathan WHITLOW (AFN: LCLW-4M)  Family Mother:  Diana HICKS (AFN: 1W3X-H5N)

[NI12417] Death cert of son Joseph William Nuckols says mothers name was Mary Mille r. Informant was Joseph daughter Minne Taylor

[NI12419] My Great Grandparents, Christopher "Kit" Woolum and China Gambrel were act ually third cousins by blood.  China's mother was Sarah "Sally" Woolum. Sa rah's father was James Woolum. James Woolum and Jacob Woolum were brother s. Abner Woolum is Jacob's son. Since Abner is my Great Grandfather's (Chr istopher) father, this would make my Great Grandparents Christopher and Ch ina third cousins!!! James Woolum & Jacob Woolum <---- brothers Robin Wollum John Woolams (my direct ancestor) assigned a "Revolutionary Publick Clai m" to William Nuckolds "for gun for publick" for one pound ten in Louisa C ounty, Virginia. John Woolams lived in the Goochland, Louisa and Hanover C ounties area. His descendants migrated to the Knox/Owen County area of Ken tucky in the 1780's or 1790's. A related family I have found from Virgin ia is "Cawley" also spelled "Colley." (From Darrell Woolums woolums@smsjsl aw.com)

[NI12423] According to dad (LJ Woolum), Boyd was born in a covered wagon, while on t he way to   Kentucky from Little Rock, Arkansas. Individual: Woolum, Boyd Social Security #: 404-05-2134 Issued in: Kentucky Birth date: Apr 12, 1885 Death date: Jun 1967 Residence code: Kentucky;  Pineville, Kentucky

[NI12429] Illness Fatal to Mrs Mary Woolum Mrs Mary Woolum, 52 years old, died at her home at Field Sunday after a br ief illness. Survivors include her husband, Boyd Woolum; five daughters, M rs Linda Johnson, Mrs Hazel Miller, Mrs Effie Souders, Mrs Beulah Morela nd and Mrs Cordie Napier, all of Field; and two sons, Jay and Charles Wool um of Field. Funeral services were held at the home Tuesday afternoon cond ucted by the Rev Ira Wilson of Beverly, and burial followed in the Knuckl es Cemetery under direction of N T Arnett & Son. I have birth certificate for Mary Knuckles, a marriage certificate, showi ng she married a Davis, and the marriage certificate showing she married B oyd Woolum a few months later. (Source jreece@icx.net)

[DI12429] Name:  «tab»Mary Woolum [Mary Knuckles] Death Date: «tab»8 Dec 1946 Death Location: «tab»Bell Residence Location: «tab»Bell Age: «tab»52y 7 m 26d Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»12 Apr 1894 Birth Location: «tab»Bell, Kentucky Spouse's Name: «tab»Boyd Woolum Spouse's Age: «tab»62 Father's Name: «tab»Robbins Knuckles Father's Birth Location: «tab»Bell, Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Martha Neal Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Bell, Kentucky

[NI12431] 1910 Bell Co, Pineville, Left Fork, KY 4/22/1910 HH42 James Miller, head, 21, m1x, md less than one year, KY KY KY Troy Belle, wife, 17, m2x, md less than one year, 1/1 Cordie, daughter, 7m KY KY KY Dan Gambriel, bro in law, 14 Pleasant Brock, hired man, 21 next door to John Wilkerson Knuckles and Amanda Miller. James poss a broth er of Amanda Source Citation: Year: 1920;Census Place: Pineville, Bell, Kentucky; Rol l: T625_559; Page: 14B; Enumeration District: 4; Image: 89. James Miller 33 Troy Miller 26 Cordie Miller 10 Myrtle Miller 8 Hazel Miller 6 James F Miller 4 2/12 Charles L Miller 1 7/12

[NI12432] She married (Rev) Willie Napier; born December 27, 1902; died August 12, 1 968 in Bell County, KY At this time, we have found no concrete evidence of Cordie being Boyd's Da ughter. What we do have is that, according to Dad (LJ Woolum), Boyd always claim ed Cordie as his daughter.  Cordie was also listed on the obituary of Boyd 's second wife (Mary Knuckles) as being a daughter.  Cordie was born ju st a few months after the divorce of  Boyd and Troybella Gambrel.  Cols on Knuckles (nephew of Grandpa Boyd) also told  me of remembering Cordie l iving at Boyd's house all the time and calling Boyd her dad.  I have spok en with  neighbors of Grandpa Boyd and they tell me the same as  Colson di d. At one time I had Cordie’s birth certificate, but I cannot locate it ..  It listed her father as Jim Miller, Troybella’s second husband..  Cord ie was born after Troybella’s second marriage, but the dates are so clo se that she could have been conceived before the marriage, which brin gs my grandfather in to the picture.. rwoolum@globalsite.net (Robin Woolum) 1910 Bell Co, Pineville, Left Fork, KY 4/22/1910 HH42 James Miller, head, 21, m1x, md less than one year, KY KY KY Troy Belle, wife, 17, m2x, md less than one year, 1/1 Cordie, daughter, 7m KY KY KY Dan Gambriel, bro in law, 14 Pleasant Brock, hired man, 21 next door to John Wilkerson Knuckles and Amanda Miller. James poss a broth er of Amanda

[NI12433] There are a few cases of bad information on the IGI concerning Yanceys th at need to be discussed. One Mormon researcher who submitted names to t he IGI probably during the 70's and 80's was one Aubrey Taylor Yancey. Inf ormation from this submitter is quite suspect. Case in point is the fact t hat he submitted to the list various children of Charles Yancey & (Mary Ba rtlett?) of Hanover County Virginia (Richard, Robert, Archelaus, James oth ers - born during the early 1700's) He submitted them with FULL birth dat es (as if he had access to some Family Bible record). He also submitted in formation which recorded the marriage dates of various children of Charl es & Mary Yancey. Although, it seems quite unusual, it would seem that th is information may have been "fabricated" - Its sounds extreme and illogic al - but various of the children he recorded as children of Charles Yanc ey - were later proved not to be children. Also, No one else, in over 1 00 years of Yancey research has ever come across exact birth dates for the se siblings, and most importantly, I have research notes, correspondenc e, etc of various people who corresponded and communicated with Mr. Aubr ey Yancey during the time that he would have submitted this info - peop le who had done extensive research and would have been extremely interest ed in such information - and they were never told ANYTHING concerning info rmation which would have documented the birth dates of these siblings. I have no real logical explanation for this - other than the fact that M r. Yancey was a little "over-zealous" in having the LDS ordinances done f or these ancestors; and dates were necessary for this to be done. When o ne understands what Mormons believe about the reasons behind the ordinanc es they do in behalf of deceased ancestors, it becomes a little easi er to understand, why in very isolated cases, people may have invented inf ormation that was lacking, but necessary for submission. Mr. Thomas Aubr ey Yancey submitted quite a bit of information to the IGI and he see ms to have introduced a lot of incorrect information on to the IGI, a l ot of it just seems to be the result of sloppy research and relationshi ps which he assumed, based on poor guesses in some cases. It is interesti ng to note that it would seem to be Mr. Aubrey Taylor Yancey who submitt ed info for Richard Yancey of Mecklenburg County marrying one Mary Colebre ath (this is the same Richard Yancey who many people claim married Mary Bo lling). It would also seem that he submitted information concerning childr en of one Absalom Yancey of Mecklenburg county which it would seem turn ed out to be in total conflict with various court records Dennis Yancey Info can be found at http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres/7647/igi.htm#ATY

[NI12435] At a later time, Taylor's Creek, which straddled Hanover and Louisa Co. w as the watercourse cited in a patent of Daniel Williams (d. 1759 in Granvi lle Co., NC), an older brother of Joseph Williams, Nathaniel William s, of Mary Wiliams Graves,  of Elizabeth Williams Henderson, and of Ann Wi lliams Daniel. * Others who had owned land on Taylor's Creek ca 1733 we re John Nuckolls of St. Martains [sic] Par., Hanover Co.  A son of Nuckoll s, or perhaps John Nuckolls himself, was probably married to a sister of M ary (Womack) Williams, wife of John Williams II of Goochland Co.  Ref er to 1762 will of William Womack, Goochland Co. WLLLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY        47RECORDS OF HANOVER COUNTY.There are on ly two old books in the clerk's Office ofHanover county, Va  The oldest, d esignated the "Small Book" in thesenotes, covers the years 1734 and 173 5, and contains orders,wills, deeds, etc. The other, "The Larger Boo k" of these notes is adeed book for 1780-1790. THE SMALL BOOK, 1734-1735.Jany.,1733.-John Cartcr, Secty of Virginia, comm ission to Augustine Graham, as Clerk of Hanover, July 17 1733.John Henr y, app't Guardian of Elizbeth Bobby, orphan ofThos. Bobby. Thos. Pross er & Benj. Walke, securityfor John Henry. Mary Clayton,  widow of Arthur C layton, "being in illhealth" relinquishments. Witness Nat: Anderson & Bartollat Auderson. Jany 1733 John Nickols (or Nuckals) of St Martin Parish to Pouncy Anderson 188 a. East-side Taylor's Creek, witness Nelson Anderson, Hardin Burnley & Anthony Metcalf. July 3 1735.-Hugh X Hagan to Wm Nuckols of Caroline Co. July 3, 1735.-James Numkaes, St. Paul's, to James Qverton St  -Martin's E lk Creck.

[NI12456] Source "Cocke and their Cousins" Named as a Grand daughter of Reuben. pg 134

[NI12458] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Ulmer J Nuckols Birth Year: 1898 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Texas State: Texas County or City: Taylor Enlistment Date: 4 Nov 1942 Enlistment State: Texas Enlistment City: Abilene Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA Grade: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Education: Grammar school Civil Occupation: Cook* An asterisk (*) appearing after a job title indica tes that a trade test for the particular occupation will be found in the U nited States Employment Service Manual, Oral Trade Test. Marital Status: Married Height: 68 Weight: 178 ULMER NUCKOLS  10 Dec 1898 Feb 25 1987 79601 (Abilene, Taylor, TX) 79601 ( Abilene, Taylor, TX) 452-10-4603 Texas 1930 Taylor Co, Abilene, TX        Jack Nuckols, head, 32, TX TX XT md 25        Mazel? Mable?, wife, 36, TX MO TX md 30

[HI12458] (Research):Name: Ulmer J Nuckols Gender: Male Marital status: Death date: 25 Feb 1987 Death county: Howard Death place: Howard, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[NI12463] Name: Wallace Stewart Nuckols [photo] Residence: Glasgow, KY Died: Friday, 30 March 2001, T J Samson Community Hospital, age 71. Born: 14 Nov 1929 Barren Co KY Daughter of: Clayton and Nettie Wilkerson Stewart, decd. Member Calvary Baptist Church, retired from the Allen Co Board of Educatio n. Survivors: Husband of 53 years: Robert Kenneth Nuckols Sons: Steve and wife Joanna; Rickey and wife Jackie and Rndyand wife Jenni fer Nuckols Daughter: Lora Bellamy and husband Freddie Grandchildren: Chad, Todd and Ben Nuckols; Molly,Maggie and Matthew Bellam y Nephew: Kenny Stewart and wife Anne Niece: Lena Carver - all above ofGlasgow Preceded in death by: Son: Kenneth Gary Nuckols Brother: J R Stewart Sister: Lillie Mae Stewart Services: 2 m Wednesday, 4 April 2001, A F Crow and Son Funeral Home, buri al Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Glasgow Daily Times, Sunday, 1 April 2001, p. 2. Name: Lillie Mae Stewart Residence: Glasgow, KY Died: Tues, 11 Apr 2000, Barren Co Health Care Center, age 80. Born: Allen Co KY Daughter of: E C and Nettie Wilkerson Stewart, decd. Baptist Survivors: Sister: Wallace Nuckols and husband Kenneth, Glasgow Nephews: Kenneth R. Stewart and wife Ann, Steve Nuckols and wife JoAnn, Ri cky Nuckols and wife Jackie and Randy Nuckols, all of Glasgow. Nieces: Lena Carver and Lori Lynn Bellamy and husband Freddie, all of Glas gow. Preceded also in death by brother: J. R. Stewart Services: 2 p.m. Thurs, 13 Apr 2000, A. F. Crow and Son Funeral Home, buri al Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Glasgow Daily Times, Wed, 12 Apr, 2000, p. 2. Daily News (Bowling Green, KY) - April 1, 2001 Deceased Name: Wallace S. Nuckols GLASGOW - Wallace Stewart Nuckols, 71, of Glasgow died March 30, 200 1, at T.J. Samson Community Hospital. The Barren County native was a retir ed employee of the Allen County Board of Education and a member of Calva ry Baptist Church. She was a daughter of the late Clayton Stewart and Nett ie Wilkerson Stewart. Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at A.F. Crow & S on Funeral Home with burial in Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Visitation wi ll begin at noon Tuesday at the funeral home. Expressions of sympathy m ay take the form of contributions to Lupus Foundation of Kentuckiana, 18 50 Bluegrass Ave., Louisville, Ky. 40215-1199 or American Heart Associatio n, c/o Betty Barrick, 3969 Roseville Road, Glasgow, Ky. 42141. Survivors i nclude her husband, Robert Kenneth Nuckols; three sons, Steve Nuckols, Ric key Nuckols and Randy Nuckols, all of Glasgow; a daughter, Lori Bella my of Glasgow; six grandchildren; a nephew; a niece; a great-nephew; and t wo great-nieces.

[NI12482] Name: Frances Furlong Wright Residence: Glasgow, KY Died: Sunday, 19 Aug 2001, T J Samson Community Hospital, Glasgow, age 70. Born: Barren Co KY Daughter of: Yancy and Faye Snoddy Furlong, decd. Member Faith United Methodist Church, former member Old Zion United Method ist Church. Survivors: Son: Jack Wright and wife Monisa of Woodburn, KY Daughters: Juanita Cox and husband Allen of Bowling Green; Bernice Gree ne of Bowling Green; Martha Nell THomas and husband Jessie of Glasgow. Sisters: Virginia Edmunds of Glasgow and Nell Nuckols of Noblesville, IN Grandchildren: Christopher and Susan Cox, Frank, Alex and Rob Wright, Lay ne and Catherine Greene, John David and Charlie Thomas. Preceded also in death by brothers: Ralph and Robert Furlong Services: 1 pm Wednesday, 22 Aug 2001, A F Crow and Son Funeral Home, buri al Old Zion Cemetery. Glasgow Daily Times, Monday, 20 Aug 2001, p. 2. Name: Yancey Furlong Residence: Route 1 Glasgow KY Died: At his home, Friday, 29 Dec 1978, extended illness, age 80. Retired farmer Son of the late Jetson and Emma Landrum Furlong Survivors: Son: Ralph Furlong of Route 2 Glasgow Daughters: Mrs. Virginia Edmunds of Route 1 Glsgow, Mrs. Frances Wrig ht of Glasgow and Mrs. Nell Nuckols of IN 16 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren Brothers: Roy of Smiths Grove KY and Leslie of Glasgow Sister: Mrs Ruby Houchens of Lucas KY Step-mother: Mrs. Beulah Furlong of Glasgow Half-sisters: Maynard Furlong of Glasgow, Maydell Thomerson of Route 2 Gla sgow and Margie Harp of Park City KY Services: Sunday, 1:30 pm, Old Zion Methodist Church under directi on of A F Crow and Son Funeral Home, burial same. Old Zion Methodist Church Cemetery Yancey Furlong 25 Jan 1898 - 29 Dec 1978 Barren County (KY) Progress, Thursday, 4 Jan 1979, p. 4.

[DI12482] Nell E. Nuckols, 83, of Noblesville, passed away on Saturday, June 30, 2012 at Riverview Hospital in Noblesville. She was born on May 15, 1929 to Yancey and Faye (Snoddy) Furlong in Rocky Hill, Kentucky.Nell was a homemaker and loved to bake. She had worked for Kings System in Noblesville and had also worked in the cafeteria at Noblesville High School. She was a member of Life Church in Fishers; and was an avid reader. She was always an encouragement to others and loved her family dearly.She is survived by sons, Richard Nuckols, Jerry Leon (Debbie) Nuckols, Robert 'Bobby' (Deena) Nuckols & Daryl Wayne (Deborah) Nuckols; daughter, Dolores (Brice) Wright; 10 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and two great-great grandchildren.In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by husband, James Nuckols who passed away in 2000; daughter, Sherry Nuckols who passed away in 1982; two brothers, Ralph & Robert Furlong; and two sisters, Virginia Edmonds & Frances Wright.Services will be held at 10:00 am on Friday, July 6, 2012, at Randall & Roberts Funeral Home, 1150 Logan Street, in Noblesville. Visitation will be Thursday, July 5, 2012 from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the funeral home. Burial will be at Crownland Cemetery in Noblesville. Memorial contributions may be made to your favorite charity.

[DI12492] Charlotte Nuckols Fishers, Indiana--Charlotte Taylor Nuckols, 47, a native of Barren County, formerly of Glasgow, died Sunday, February 23, 1997 in Arlington Memorial Hospital in Arlington, Texas, after an extended illness. Survivors include her husband, Jerry L Nuckols,Fishers; three children, Greg and his wife, Tracie, Denise Huston and her husband, Todd, and Julie Edgington and her husband, Matt; two grandchildren, Wes and Carlee Edington, all of Fishers; her parents, Elmus and Lorene Taylor, a brother,Lonnie "Buddy" Taylor and his wife, Anne; two nephews,Shannon Taylor and his wife, Tresa, and Jeremy Taylor and his wife, Chastity; and a great nephew, Cole Taylor all from Glasgow, KY.She was preceded in death by a brother, Elmus Harold Taylor, Jr. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday,March 1,1997, at the Randall and Roberts Funeral Home in Noblesville,Indiana. Visitation will be from 7 p.m.untill 9 p.m.EST, on Friday and beginning at noon on Saturday at the funeral home.

[XI12492] Crownland Cemetery

[DI12496] Lexington Herald-Leader, Lexington KY, 12/29/2004VERSAILLES - Alice A. Nuc kols, 55, of 510 Southland Drive, wife of Bob Nuckols, died Sun., Dec. 2 6, 2004. Born in Russellville, Arkansas, she was member of the Friendsh ip Baptist Church in Indiana. Her daughter and son-in-law, Robbin and Br ad Ferrucci, her sons and daughters-in-law, Brent and (Shannon) Boo Nuckol s, Pete and Courtney Nuckols, all of Versailles also survive her, along wi th a brother, Bruno Hampton and his wife Leannah, of Arkansas and her gran dchildren, Dalton and Delaney Ferrucci, Anna and Eliza Nuckols. Funeral se rvices will be 11 am Thurs., Dec. 30 at the Blackburn & Ward Funeral Ho me with Rev. Randy Nation officiating. Interment will follow at the Rose C rest Cemetery. Friends may call from 4-8 pm Wed. at the funeral home. Memorials are suggested to Hospice of the Bluegrass, 208 Ste ele St., Frankfort, KY. 40601. Guestbook at Legacy.com Published in the Le xington Herald-Leader on 12/28/2004. Alice A. Nuckols, 55, of 510 Southland Drive, wife of Bob Nuckols, died Su nday, Dec. 26, 2004, at her home.Born in Russellville, Ark., she was the d aughter of the late Pete and Gladys Geraldine  Sullivan Hampton. She w as a  member of the Friendship Baptist Church in Indiana.  Survivors inclu de a daughter, Robbin Ferrucci, Versailles; two sons, Brent Nuckols and Pe te Nuckols, both of Versailles; a brother, Bruno Hampton, Arkansas; and fo urgrandchildren, Dalton and Delaney Ferrucci and Anna and Eliza Nuckols. Services will be conducted at 11 a.m. today, Thursday, De c.  30, 2004, at the Blackburn and Ward Funeral Home by the Rev. Randy Nat ion. Interment will follow at the Rose Crest Cemetery. Casketbearers wi ll be Griff Reed, John Turner, Shane Kruse, Jamie Ethington, Jason DeBol d, and Randy Huntzinger. Honorary bearers will be Josh Wilhoit, Scott Krus e, John Lafferty, Terry Burns, Joel Miller, and Earl Dunn.Memorials are su ggested to Hospice of the Bluegrass, 208 Steele Street, Frankfort, KY 4060 1. The Woodford Sun" published in  Versailles, Kentucky. Date was Decemb er 30, 2004. Lexington Herald-Leader (KY) - December 30, 2004 Deceased Name: VERSAILLES - Alice A. Nuckols VERSAILLES - Alice A. Nuckols,55, wife of Bob Nuckols, died Sun., Dec. 2 6, 2004. Funeral services will be 11 am today, at the Blackburn & Ward Fun eral Home. Memorials are suggested to Hospice of the Bluegrass, 208 Stee le St., Frankfort, KY. 40601. Guestbook at Legacy.com

[NI12518] Name: Norma S. Nuckols Residence: Fishers, IN Died: Thursday, 16 Apr 1998, at home, age 64 Born: Barren Co. Parents: Late A L Shirley & Virginia (Watkins) Shirley Organizations: Phi Theta Delta Sorority Education: Graduate, 1952 Glasgow High School Occupation: Nail technician for Wright Tough Styling Salon Survivors: Son: Gus Nuckols III, Fishers Daughter: Holly Nuckols, Noblesville, IN Daughter-in-law: Kelli Nuckols, Fishers, IN Brother: Lewis Wayne Shirley, Glasgow Sister: Sue Rawley, Glasgow. Fiance: Anthony Brandy of Niagra Falls, Canada Four grandchildren. Preceded in death by one son and one sister. Services: Randall & Roberts Funeral Home, 1150 Logan St, Noblesville, I N, burial Oaklawn Memorial Gardens, Fisher.

[NI12527] Name:  «tab» Roselie S. Carr Birth Date: «tab»27 Jan 1876 Birth Place: «tab»Brownstown, Kanawha, West Virginia Sex: «tab»Female Mother: «tab»Margery A. Carr Mother's Age: «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab» Father: «tab»Wm. Carr

[DI12528] Thursday, February 14, 2008, Obituaries Glasgow Daily Times GLASGOW - Kelly Ray Nuckols, 54, died Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2008, at Jewish Hospital in Louisville. He was born in Glasgow, the son of the late Kelly Mitchell Nuckols and Maudie Ree Ellis Nuckols. Kelly Ray was an employee of RR Donnelley & Sons and attended the Caveland Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, Donna Berry Nuckols; his daughter: Jaymi Austin and husband Neal of Glasgow; two granddaughters: Hayli and Peyton Austin; a brother: Marty Nuckols and wife Holly of Glasgow; niece and nephew: Javen and Vana Re' Nuckols; two stepdaughters: Stephanie Ray, at home, and Shani Hale (Michael) of Glasgow; stepgrandchildren, Ellie and Evan Hale; and his aunts, uncles and cousins. He was also preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Woodwin and Nell Ellis.Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday, Feb. 15, 2008, at the A.F. Crow & Son Funeral Home with burial in the Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Visitation will be after 3 p.m. today.

[NI12550] Individual: Johnson, Linda Social Security #: 405-74-5674 Issued in: Kentucky Birth date: May 27, 1910 Death date: Jan 1982

[NI12551] Individual: Johnson, Jack Social Security #: 404-01-4109 Issued in: Kentucky Birth date: Oct 7, 1897 Death date: Apr 1966

[NI12553] Hazel Woolum Miller Source: Pineville Sun, Thursday, April 28, 1988    Hazel Woolum Miller, age 72, a resident of Pineville, Kentucky,  died F riday, April 22, 1988 at the Pineville Community Hospital.    She was bo rn June 17, 1915 in Bell County, Kentucky, the daughter  of the late Bo yd Woolum and Mary knuckles Woolum.   She believed in the Baptist fait h.    She is survived by seven children, Mrs. Mary Johnson, Arjay, Kentuck y, Orate J. Miller, East Pineville, Kentucky, Claude Miller, Log Mountai n, Pineville, Ky., Bobby Ray Miller, Pineville, Ky., Phillip Miller, Oak s, Oklahoma, Estil Miller, and Donald Ray Napier both of East Pineville, K y.: one brother, L. J. Woolum, Richmond, Ind,; one sister, Mrs Beulah More land, Corbin, Ky., twenty-one grandchildren and two great grandchildren. S ervices for Mrs. Miller were Monday, April 25, 1988 at the Durham Funer al Home Chapel with Rev. Billy Sinkhorn.  Burial followed in Big Jim Cemet ery, Arjay, Kentucky.

[NI12558] L J Woolum, 67, 1414 S Ninth St, died Sunday June 8, 1997 at his residen ce after a recent illness. He was born April 17, 1930 in Bell Co, Ky, to B oyd and Mary Knuckles Woolum and had lived in Richmond since he moved he re from Kentucky in 1956. He retired in 1995 from Kemper Cabinets aft er 39 years as a milling specialist. He attended Faith Evangelical Luther an Church and was an avid bowler. Survivors include his wife, Barbara J Ma yer Woolum whom he married Feb 11, 1958; a daughter, Patricia J Smith of H amilton Ohio; two sons, Robin J Woolum of Centerville, Ind, and Leona rd J Woolum of Phoenix; three grandsons; a granddaughter; a sister Beul ah Moreland of Corbin, Ky; nieces, nephews and cousins. He was preced ed in death by four brothers and three sisters. Services will be at 1:30 p .m. Wednesday at Doan & Mills Funeral Home, the Rev Ronald Poisel of Fai th Evangelical Lutheran Church will officiate. Burial will be in Lutheran ia Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral hom e. Memorials may be made to the Reid Hospital Foundation for Hospice Care.

[NI12621] Nuckols, John Herman, Pfc, Vietnam, U S Army, Glasgow Municipal Cemeter Lexington Herald-Leader (KY) - November 19, 1988 Deceased Name: GLASGOW -- J.H. Nuckols GLASGOW -- J.H. Nuckols, 45, of Glasgow, a G.K. Equipment Co. truck driv er and husband of Freda Nuckols, died yesterday at T.J. Samson Community H ospital, apparently of a heart attack. Services 2 p.m. Sunday at Hatch er & Saddler Funeral Home. Visitation after 10 a.m. today.

[XI12621] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about John Nuckols Name: «tab»John Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»26 Dec 1942 Death Date: «tab»18 Nov 1988 SSN: «tab»407588946 Branch 1: «tab»ARMY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»19 Feb 1963 Release Date 1: «tab»12 Feb 1966

[NI12684] Name: Mary Alice Denham Residence: Glasgow, KY Died: Saturday, 30 Oct 1999, T. J. Samson Community Hospital, Glasgow, a ge 74. Born: Barren Co KY Daughter of: Rayand Ethel Nuckols Lewis, decd. Member Union #2 Missionary Baptist Church; former employee of the Barr en Co School system. Survivors: Husband: Creed Denham Sons: Terry Denham and wife Patty and Harold Denham and wife Sharon, a ll of Glasgow. Daughter: Arlene Eversole and husband Lee of Glasgow 5 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren Sisters-in-law: Anna B Lewis and Pearl Lewis, both of Glasgow and Hazel de nham of Hodgensville, KY. Preceded in death by brother: Andrew "Tom", George R and Calvin T. Lewis. Services: 1 pm Tuesday, 2 Nov 1999, A. F. Crow and Son Funeral Home, Glasg ow, burial Union #2 Cemetery. Glasgow Daily Times, Monday, 1 Nov 1999, p.2.

[NI12685] Name: Adnrew "Tom" Lewis Residence: Glasgow, KY Died: Thursday, 17 December 1998, T. J. Samson Hospital, Glasgow, 71. Born: Barren Co KY Son of: Ray and Ethel Nuckols Lewis, decd. Church: Baptist Occupation: Retired auto body repairman for 34 years. Military: U S Navy Veteran, Seaman 1st Class; served with 146th Navy Seabe es Combat Unit on Okinawa during WW II. Survivors: Wife: Geneva Pearl Lewis Daughter: Donella (W. H.) Taylor, Elizabethtown, KY Granddaughters: Diana (Stan) martin and Pam Jenkins, Elizabethtown. Great-grandchildren: Hunter Martin, Lee Bird and Justin Jenkins Sister: Alice (Creed) Denham Sister-in-law: Anna B. Lewis, Glasgow Brother-in-law: Jim (Betty) Bray, Austin, KY Nieces and nephews: Joe (Susan) Lewis and children of Paris, KY; George A nn (Johnny) McCoy and children of Brentwood, TN; Patty Lewis and son Dav id of Chicago, IL; Harold (Sharon) Denham and children of Glasgow; Terry ( Patty) Denham and son Greg, Glasgow; Arlene (Lee) Eversole and childr en of Temple Hill, KY; Jamie Wilson, Jr (Pam) Bra and children Kelly (Kel ly Ann) Bray and children, and Kathy (Jimmy) Botts and daughter, Glasgow a nd Cindy Bray Church of Bowling Green, KY. Services: 2 pm Saturday, 19 December 1998, A. F. Crow and Son Funeral Hom e, Glasgow; burial Glasgow Municipal Cemetery. Glasgow Daily Times, Thursday, 17 December 1998, p. 7.

[NI12686] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Robert W Nuckols Birth Year: 1918 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Kentucky State: California County or City: Tulare Enlistment Date: 18 Sep 1942 Enlistment State: California Enlistment City: Los Angeles Branch: Air Corps Grade: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law Component: Army of the United States - includes the following: Voluntary e nlistments effective December 8, 1941 and thereafter; One year enlistmen ts of National Guardsman whose State enlistment expires while in the Feder al Service; Officers appointed in the Army of Education: 4 years of high school Civil Occupation: Airplane Engine Mechanic or Airplane And Engine Mechan ic (Airplane mechanic. ) or Airplane Engine Service Mechanic or Carburet or Specialist Marital Status: Married Height: 72 Weight: 221 Fresno Bee, The (CA) - September 25, 1993 Deceased Name: ROBERT WILSON NUCKOLS Services for Robert Wilson Nuckols, 75, of Porterville, will be he ld at 10 a.m. Monday at Myers Funeral Chapel. Mr. Nuckols, a self-employ ed rancher, died Friday. Visitations will be held from 1 to 7 p.m. Sund ay at the chapel. Remembrances may be sent to American Diabetes Associatio n-Central Valley Chapter, 55 Shaw Ave., Suite 109, Fresno 93612. Name: Robert W. Nuckols SSN: 553-01-2904 Last Residence: 93257  Porterville, Tulare, California, United States of A merica Born: 18 Sep 1918 Died: 24 Sep 1993 State (Year) SSN issued: California (1952 )

[NI12687] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Kenneth R Nuckols Birth Year: 1921 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Kentucky State: Alaska Enlistment Date: 1 May 1945 Enlistment State: Indiana Enlistment City: Indianapolis Grade Code: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Education: 4 years of high school Civil Occupation: Geographer Marital Status: Married Height: 33 Weight: 444 Name: Kenneth R. Nuckols SSN: 400-26-2503 Last Residence: 42141  Glasgow, Barren, Kentucky, United States of Ameri ca Born: 3 Mar 1921 Died: 5 Sep 1997 State (Year) SSN issued: Kentucky (Before 1951 ) Kenneth R. Nuckols GLASGOW - Kenneth Richard Nuckols, 76, of Glasgow died Friday in Bowling G reen. He was a son of the late Carlos and Lela Richey Nuckols and was a self-emp loyed contractor. He was a member of Siloam Baptist Church for 48 years a nd served as deacon. He was a member of the Lions Club and was a World W ar II veteran. Survivors include his wife, Ruthine Edwards Nuckols; two daughters, Judy W yatt of Nashville and Janie Bumps of Burgin; a son, Donald R. Nuckols of G lasgow; a half sister, Betty Joe Griffin of Ausberry, Calif.; seven grandc hildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Services were Sunday at Siloam Baptist Church with burial in Glasgow Munic ipal Cemetery. Memorials may go to Alzheimers Association.

[NI12706] Name: Debra Ann Nuckols Birth Date: 21 Jul 1952 Gender: Female Mother's Maiden Name: Faure Birth County: Tulare

[NI12781] Col. Joseph Preyor Nuckols family and in his Will he named his oldest daug hter Lulie N Watkins as being in Dallas, TX along with a half brother, J oe P. Nuckols. The Will was dated in 1896 2/7/1897 Dallas Morning News The Social Sphere Mrs Will A Watkin gave a handsomely appointed "at home" function, yesterday afternoon, in honor of the fourteenth anniversay of her little daughter, Miss Madie. The floral decorations were very beautiful, consisting entirely of large cluster bunches of white roses. There was a handsome displ ay of palms, foliage plants and wild smilax, the latter used in garlands a nd festoons over windows, doors and mirrors. The luncheon hall was in gre en and white, and the table exquisitely arranged. The center-piece was a l arge cut glass bowl filled with white roses and fern fronds. Masters Robe rt and Shannon Watkin attended the door, and the little Lucille received the cards. The lemonade bowl was presided over by Miss Mary Nuckols and Mi ss Marie Carter. The young hostess was gowned in soft white silk, trimm ed with white ribbons and lace, and carried a large bunch of white rosebuds. The house party comprised Mrs  Herbert Clay Weaver, Misses Jessie Willi ams, Carrie and Nellie Slaughter, Mary Nuckols, Helen Weaver and Marie Car ter. From a list furnished by the hostess the following were present:..... Dallas Morning News 2/8/1900 Dallas Society News Mr and Mrs Will A Watkin gave a musical evening Tuesday, complimenta ry to Mr and Mrs Clarence Bigelow Ashenden.   The event also commemorated her daughter Miss Madie, birthday anniversary Dallas Morning News 2/13/1933 Mrs Horace Williams Dies on West Coast Word was received in Dallas Sunday of the death Friday in Los Angeles of Mrs Horace Williams, 53, formerly of Dallas. Mrs Williams was a native of Kentucky, daughter of the late Major Gen and Mrs J T Nuckols, but had lived in Dallas before going to California. While in this city she married Horace B Williams, son of the late Col and Mrs W L Williams. Surviving are her husband; a brother, Joseph T Nuckols Jr , San Antonio and a half sister Mrs Will A Watkins, Dallas. 9/11/1937 Dallas Morning News Mrs Will A Watkin Dies Rites Will Be Held Saturday Funeral services for Mrs Will A Watkin, 77, of 3615 Rawlins, who died Frid ay after a year's illness, will be held at the Sparkman-Holtz-Brand Funer al Chapel at 5 p.m. Saturday, with Dr George W Treutt officiating. Buri al will be at Oakland Cemetery. Born in Glasgow Kentucky in 1860 Mrs Watk in had beeen a resident of Dallas forty-five years. She was the wife of t he late Will A Watkin. She was educated in Kentucky at Liberty Colle ge in Glasgow and Nazareth Convent at Bardstown Ky. In 1882 she married a nd moved to Dallas. Mrs Watkin was a member of the First Baptist Church, t he Southern Historical Society and the Kentucky Club of Dallas. She is sur vived by a son Robert N Watkin, and a daughter, Mrs Lucille Watkin McGaffe y, and two grandchildren, Robert N Watkin Jr and Mildred Easley Watkin. Pa llbearers will be Rodney Horner, Carruth Worthington, William Whitaker, Ha ll Craddock, M H Wolfe and J H Cassidy.

[DI12781] Name: «tab»Lulie Nuckols Watkin Death Date: «tab»10 Sep 1937 Death Place: «tab»Dallas, Dallas, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»76 years 11 months 29 days Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»11 Sep 1860 Birthplace: «tab»Glasgow, Kentucky Marital Status: «tab»Widowed Spouse's Name: «tab»Will A. Watkin Father's Name: «tab»General J.P. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Ky Mother's Name: «tab»Linda Carr Mother's Birthplace: «tab»La Occupation: «tab»Housewife Place of Residence: «tab»Dallas, Texas 3815 Rawlins, 55 yrs Inf- Robert T Watkins Cemetery: «tab»Oakland Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»11 Sep 1937 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2117298 Digital Film Number: «tab»4166735 Image Number: «tab»850 Reference Number: «tab»P854 CN45106 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JF3Q-LJS : accessed 6 May 2012), J.P. Nuckols in entry for Lulie Nuckols Watkin, 1937.

[DI12782] Name: «tab»J. P. Nuckols Death Date: «tab»29 Oct 1945 Death Place: «tab»San Antonio, Bexar, Texas, Robt B Green Mem. Hosp Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»69 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1876 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab»Unknown Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab»San Antonio, Bexar, Texas, 123 Live Oak, (rear) Cemetery: «tab»San Jose Burial Pk. Burial Place: «tab»Texas Burial Date: «tab»30 Oct 1945 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2218184 Digital Film Number: «tab»4030556 Image Number: «tab»955 Reference Number: «tab»cn 42423 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDGC-D31 : accessed 4 May 2012), J. P. Nuckols, 1945.

[DI12783] Dallas Moring News 2/13/1933 Mrs Horace Williams Dies on West Coast Word was received in Dallas Sunday of the deth Friday in Los Angeles of M rs Horace Williams, 53, formerly of Dallas. Mrs Williams was a native of K entucky, daughter of the late Major Gen and Mrs J T Nuckols, but had lived in Dallas before going to California. While in this city she married Ho race B Williams, son of the late Col and Mrs W L Williams. Surviving are her husband; a brother, Joseph T Nuckols Jr , San Antonio and a half sister Mrs Will A Watkins, Dallas. CADI Mary Williams, died 2/9/1933 Los Angeles Co, age 53, spouse, H Cert#9771

[DI12784] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Horace Beckley Williams Social Security #: 0 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 18 Mar 1879 Birthplace: Texas Death Date: 16 Jan 1952 Death Place: Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: Beckley Father's Surname: Williams

[NI12785] Date: July 15, 1892 Paper: Dallas Morning News Will A Watkin has arrived home from a trip to New York City, Detroit, Loui sville, and other points. Returning, he spent a week with his family who a re visiting Mrs Watkins father,  Gen J P Nuckols at Glasgow, Ky. Mrs Watk in and children will return home  about Oct 1 Date: 1898-02-17; Paper: Dallas Morning News Historical Archive County Court Probate Docket For the purpose of examining into the conditions of the estates of the war ds and solvency of the bonds of their guardians, this docket will be call ed on Monday, 21st of February 1898 and continuously thereafter until t he docket is disposed of. #2184 Estate of Mary Nuckols, minor, Will A Watkin, gdn 1900 Dallas Co, Dallas, TX Ward 9 Willie Watkin 43  4/1857 43 IN ENG ENG, md18 Music Dealer Lulie N Watkin 39  wife 9/1860 39 KY KY KY m18 4/4 Maidie Watkin 17  2/1883 Robert N Watkin 15  9/1884 Shannon R Watkin 13  11/1886 Lucille D Watkin 11  4/1887 Marry Nuckols 20  sister in law 1/1880 single, KY KY KY John Aiken 29  servant 3/1881 1910 Dallas Co, Dalls, Ward 3, TX Watkins, Will A, head, 53, m1x, md28, IN ENG ENG Music House Manager Lucille N, wife, 48 m1x md28 4/4 KY KY KY Maide, dau, 27 TX Robert N, son, 25 TX Shannon or Sherman R, son, 23 TX Lucille D, dau, 21, TX 1920 Dalls Co, Dallas, TX W  A Watkins, head, 62 IN ENG ENG, Proprietor Music Lulie, wife, 54, KY KY KY Robert, son, 35, single, TX Lucille McGaffey, 30 TX md C N McGaffey, son in law, 33, TX md The Old Songs and Why We Sing Them (News Article) Date: 1927-09-11; Paper: Dallas Morning News Historical Archive Began as Choir Boy Mr Watkin began his study of music as a choir boy at the age of 9. Duri ng his 45 years of service as organist and choir director  he has held pos itions with only four churches, two of which have been in Dallas. In 18 82 he and his young wife, the daughter of Gen Joseph P Nuckols then Adjuta nt General of Kentucky, came from Kentucky to the little frontier town th at was the Dallas of half a century ago. It was a rough enough to wn to be sure in those days but Mr Watkin immediately opened up a music st ore, for when have men failed to respond to music? He did not give up h is organ playing; in 1883 he ws engaged by the First Congresional Chur ch as organist and choir director.In 1884 he went to the First Baptist Chu rch as choir director, later becoming organist also, which positiob he fil led for thirty-seven years. A Real Music Event Until 1891 Dallas boasted of but one pipe organ, a very small one, at t he St Matthew's Episcopal Church. That year the first Baptist Church purch ased what Mr Watkin believes was the largest pipe organ up to that time br ought to Texas, and for the dedication of this organ, he brought to Dall as Henry Eyre Brown of New York , former organist to Henry Ward Beecher 's Church and also at Dr DeWitt Talmadge's Tabernacle in Brooklyn. Brown 's coming was a real musical event, the first of many Watkin was to arran ge for the benefit  of the city on the Trinity. He later managed for Dall as and Houston the only visit of the Metropolitan Grand Opera Company , a nd was local manager for Paderewski, Sembrich, Nordica and other celebriti es. Was Detrmined To Bring In Music Before leaving Kentucky to come to Texas, Mr Watkin was organist at a prom inent church  near Louisville, where he first became interested in directi ng bands and orchestras. Nor did he give up his incedental but all importa nt promotion of musical interests among individuals rather than grou ps as the managing of his growing piano business steadily demanded more a nd more time. He was determined to bring music into the Southwest, a nd he did it- not only in Dallas but for miles around, not only in the fo rm of organs and the old upright pianos but also in the organization of qu artets, choruses, bands, cantatas, operas, operettes, etc. He arranged con certs, offered free music lessons to children, stirred the latent apprecia tion of pioneers so that to him perhaps more than any other man in the ci ty goes the credit for picking the foundling music off a log cabin doorst ep and fostering it to a full-fledged maturity in a greater Dallas. This y ear, 1927 Will A Watkin celebrated his 45th anniversary in the piano busin ess in Dallas. He has seen he city grow from a scant 10,000 to more th an a quarter million population. And how the man knows music! 1930 Dallas Co, Dallas, TX Will A Watkins, head, 72 IN ENG ENG Proprietor Music Lula M, wife 70, KY KY KY 4/0 Dallas Morning News 4/14/1934 DeathTakes Former Organist and Leader in Musical Circles Will A Watkin, Leader in Music Affairs, Passes Long remembered as the dean among music men in Dallas, Will A Watkin, 7 6, president of the Will A Watkin Company, died Friday at his home 3615 Ra wlins. The funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at the First B aptist Church. Robert H Coleman, pastor's assistant will officiate. Buri al will be at Oakland Cemetery. Pallbearers will be J H Cassidy, Russe ll V Rogers, William Whitake, J Howard Payne, Caruth Worthington, Harold H art Todd, Dr Elbert Dunlap and Dr R S Yancey. The body will lie in sta te at the church from 3-4. Mr Watkin began his career as a choir boy in Ke ntucky. He was born April 25 1857 at New Albany Indiana and as a boy mov ed with this family. In 1884 he went to the First Baptist as musical direc tor, lator serving at the console also which position he held for thirty-s even years. In 1891 the First Baptist purchased what was believed to be t he largest organ in Texas at that time. For the dedication Mr Watkin broug ht to Dallas one of the country's foremost organists, Henry Eyre Bro wn of New York. During his career, Mr Watkin brought the Metroplitan Ope ra Company to Dallas and to Houston. He also sponsored appearances in t he Southwest of Paderewski, Sembrich and Nordica. Mr Watkin is surviv ed by his wife, two daughterd, Mrs Fred B Ingram and Mrs Lucille Watkin Mc Gaffey and a son Robert Watkin. Mr Watkin had been in ill health for so me time and no longer was actively engaged in business. His son, Robert, h ad assumed active control of their business. 4/14/1934 Dallas Morning News-Funeral Notices WATKIN, Will A- 75 died Friday. Survived by wife Lulie Nuckols Watkin, t wo daughters Mrs Fred B Ingramand Mrs Lucille McGaffey; a son Robert N Wat kin; two grandchildren, Robert N Watkin Jr and Mildred Easley Watkin. Fune ral Sunday at the First Baptist Church. Interment Oakland Cemetery 5/19/1934 Estate Left by Will A Watkin $13,000 Estate Left By Will A Watkin The will of Will A Watkin, pioneer music dealer who died April 12, was fie ld Friday for probate, bequeathing the entire estate, estimated at $13,00 0, to his wife, Mrs Mulie N Watkin. On the death of Mrs Watkin, the esta te is to be divided one-half to his son, Robert N Watkin and one-fourth ea ch to his daughters Mrs Madie W Ingram and Mrs Lucille W McGaffey.

[NI12786] The [Clarksville, TN] Leaf-Chronicle, Saturday, August 12, 2000, p B2 BETTY ROMO Betty Virginia Romo, 72, Clarksville, died Friday, Aug. 11, 2000, at Gatew ay Medical Center. No funeral is planned. The remains will be cremated. S he was born June 19, 1928, in Dickson County, daughter of Leland B. Sugg a nd Clara Hazel Rushton. She was the widow of Frank A. Romo. Mrs. Romo w as a homemaker. Survivors include two daughters, Bettina R. Nuckolls and R enea R. Gunn, both of Clarksville; and three grandchildren.  Memorial cont ributions may be made to the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Librar y.  Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

[NI12788] D/o Absalom Benjamin Umphress and Clarinda Elkins

[NI12829] Thomas Shelton and his wife Ann, parents of Peter who married Francis Nuck olls, lived at the Head of Long Creek, Trinity Parish, Louisa Co Va. The ir neighbors were James and Charles Nuckolls. Jane's father Samuel, thou gh he may not have lived in the particular area, was related and Jane a nd Peter may have met during visitation of the Nuckolls. Samuel Nuckolls d id own land on the North Anna River, near Long Creek. (From Cavaliers a nd Pioneers, Patent Book No 12 p140 dated 22 Feb 1724) Samuel Nuckolls w as granted 400A on the North side of the South Anna River at the Mou th of Holly Creek in Hanover county. In part, this would later become Loui sa County.

[NI12831]   Rolly and Elizabeth       W (Nuckols) MONTGOMERY appear in the 19 00       Census of Barren Co, KY   Dist 4, pg 146. Rolly is head of house, born 5/1861,       39, md 14 years wife Elizabeth W       (NUCKOLS) born 8/1866, age 33, 5 children, 5 livin g. Roy Lee, son,  b 12/1886, Flavy T, son, 3/1889 Luther , son, 9/1892 Rubie W , son, 4/1895 Susie       M , dau, born 2/1900 They are again found in Barren Co       in 1910, all the same household wi th an addition of a son named Doss age       2. They are in ED#23 Visit#22 1. Kentucky death records show Rolly died 4/24/1915       Vol 18#08895, Eliz abeth died 9/8/1950 Vol 44#21749, Flavy  T died 12/23/1969       Vol 66# 3 2542 and Luther died 1/14/1956 Vol 1#00034. I applied for her dea th       certificate on 4/5/2003) Her death certificate shows she was t he daughter       of Ben Nuckols and Susan White, but Susan White was marr ied to James F       Nuckols. She appears in the household of James F a nd Susan White Nuckols       in 1870 and 1880. She died a widow and F F Mo ntgomery (relationship not known)       was the informant on the certifica te. He obviously did not know her fathers       name

[DI12831] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»Elizabeth Wilson Montgomery [Elizabeth Wilson Nuckols] Death Date: «tab»8 Sep 1950 Death Location: «tab»Barren Residence Location: «tab»Barren Age: «tab»84 Gender: «tab»Female Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»11 Aug 1866 Birth Location: «tab»Barren, Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Ben Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»Susan White

[NI12832] Chaney, Annie B. Age:  40   Gender:  F     Race:  W     Birthplac e:  KY   State:  Oklahoma  1910 County:  MARSHALL     Locale:  HALSFORD TWP     Series:  T624     Roll:  1 262     Part:  1     Page:  184A *  When I contacted the Social Security Office in Ardmore to obtain the la st name of Annie B. Chaney. They gave me the spelling of Knuckles. After o btaining records from  Sandi Evilsizer Koscak the spelling became Nuckol s.       All the information I obtained on George R. and Annie B. Chaney h as come from Sandi and without her help this family information would ha ve possibly taken years to obtain if ever. Sandi is the true Genealogy Ang el of this family line. by  Barbara Jones barb_1_61@yahoo.com

[DI12833] Name:  «tab»Jennie Martha Perkins [Jennie Martha Nuckles] Death Date: «tab»27 Aug 1949 Death Location: «tab»Hart Residence Location: «tab»Hart Age: «tab»73y Gender: «tab»Female; Married Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»10 Sep 1875 Birth Location: «tab»Barren Father's Name: «tab»Frank Nuckles Mother's Name: «tab»Susan White COD-Pulmonary TB Inf- (blank)

[NI12881] William Engledow, made out a will, dated 15 FEB 1813 and probated 10 JAN 1 814 in Wythe Co. VA, and lists all his kids, including Randolph and my gir lfriend's direct ancestor, Polly Straw, nee Engledow.  The will is on L DS microfilm #34224, Volume 2, Pages 107--109.  Let me know if I can be mo re help. Franklin Dawes fldawes@gte.net (Franklin Dawes)

[NI12888] Death cert says place of residence was Roanoke Va

[NI12889] Dau death cert names mother E Larsen

[NI12918] My line descends through their daughter Patience Bourne Thomas. What follo ws is a letter she wrote to her daughter Elizabeth Cox in the summer of 18 52. It is a testament to the strength and energy of the Bourne women. S he was homesick to see her children and didn't mind walking for two da ys to see them, but at the age of 82 was hesitant to "waid the waters" of New Riv er in July during the rainy season. Dear children, I drop you a line which will inform you that I am in good health as I ha ve been in some time I believe better my cough has not hurt me much sin ce I left your house. I do not know when I shall come unless you come aft er me or send some word that you want me to come down. I wish you to wri te often and let me know how you all are getting along and perticklur h ow Betty is I have nothing of interest to write at present I should li ke to see you all very much if I could conveniently do so. I believe I cou ld walk down in a bout two days but I would not like to waid the wate rs at this season of the year. Well I must bring my letter to a close by a scribing myself your affectionate Mother till death. - Patience Thomas In 1836, William sold their large estate on Knob Fork to A.M.Young of Ired ell County, North Carolina. The original estate was subdivided and so ld to more settlers during the early 19th century. William and Rosa lived on Knob Fork for over 40 years and are buried whe re they built their first house. Their graves are marked with large tombst ones made of soapstone by their son-in-law John Blair. He wrote the inscri ption for Rosa's tombstone which reads: Here Rosa Bourne's body laid of whom in truth no harm was said Her Sovereign will was much obeyed While here with us on Earth she Stayed Because that her deportment made through perfect love, all feel afraid. The Man who wrote these lines to tell of her character knew her well He put these lines upon the Stone To make it to the readers Known, That they like her may do the same In order to obtain a name And to perpetuate their fame. SOURCES: Everyday Life in Early America by David Hawke, Harper and Ross, New Yor k, 1989. Grayson County: A History in Words and Pictures by Betty-Lou Fields and Je ne Hughs. Grayson County Historical Society, P.O. Box 529, Independence, V A. 24348-0529, 1976. Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, Virginia by Benjamin Floyd Nuckolls, G enealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1001 North Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21 202-3897, 1982. Stephen Bourn and Rosamond Mallory: Descendants-Related Families 1650-19 82 by Lura Cutchshaw. Grayson County Historical Society, P.O. Box 529, Ind ependence, VA. 24348-0529, 1982.

[NI12924] Bourn, Stephen Captain Aug. 29, 1810 Bourn, Stephen Lieutenant Mar. 28, 1809-Promoted Bourn, Stephen 2nd Lieutenant, Cavalry Co., 1st Battn. --------- Mar. 2 4, 1807

[NI12926] THE NEW RIVER FRONTIER SETTLEMENT ON THE VIRGINIA-NORTH CAROLINA BORDER 1760-1820by Paula Hathaway Anderson-Green* Published in the Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, V86: pgs. 413 -431 (1978). Martin Dickenson of Patrick Co., VA, came to the Grayson area circa 179 2; he was in business with William Bourne, Sr. selling cast hollow ware, a nd served as clerk of the court for Grayson from 1793 till his death in 18 34. Lived at Elk Creek and later at Old Town; was married to Mary Bourne a nd had three sons and six daughters (this family information is from Nucko lls, where it is further discussed, 54-60).

[NI12928] B.F. Nuckholls states that Lewis Jr. was married to Elizabeth Bourne and F rancis was married to Elizabeth Burroughs.  The Bible of Elizabeth Bour ne Haile, in the LDS Library, says her husband is Francis Haile.

[XI12929] Headstone has been reset in concrete with its dates, if any now covered by concrete. A field note refers to a marker with a partial inscription "...consort of Frances Hail, dys 1851"

[NI12932] Info from ancestry tree by Dan. dpage@ipa.net Researcher Tim Harper reports that "I don't have any proof of any of this, but the hand-me-down story is that Sis (Page) Knuckles killed two of her husbands. She is said to have hit one of them over the head and put him under the front porch. He was only unconscious and as he crawled out she hit him again and finished the job. One husband was Graven Crews who she shot with a shotgun. The following is the death cert for him which reads, shot in breast with shotgun, instant death...... It is believed that her son took the blame for the first murder and did some time in the pen for it." Birth: 7 DEC 1856 in ,Monroe Co.,Kentucky Death: 19 MAY 1912 in Brush,Monroe Co.,Kentucky Note:     !His death certificate says he was shot in the breast with a shotgun -and died instantly. Redman Crews signed the certificate.

[BI12932] TOmbstone birth date 1869

[XI12932] Tombstone birth date 1869 Unable to locate death cert Find a gave note: See Martha C. Page-Knuckles CREWS

[NI12933] Granddaughter Heather (Nuckolls) Docalavich heatherdocalavich@yahoo.com Name:    FRANKLIN D NUCKOLLS Father:    OSCAR V NUCKOLLS Mother:    ANNA FRANCES HUTT Death Date:    08 -06 -1997 Age:    64 Death County:    MISSOULA Residence:    MONTANA , MISSOULA File Number:    3564 Marital Status:    MARRIED OR SEPARATED

[NI12935] am a descendant of William and Lucy (Harris) Shelton.  I am attempti ng to "rationalize" the parents of William Shelton.  I know that most rese archers believe that his father was Thomas Shelton.  I would like to obta in any information that would allow me to support that contention. My stor y, so far:    William Shelton was born in VA about 1730.  He married Lucy Harris abo ut 1751 in Louisa Co.  The family moved to Albemarle Co, VA about 1758/5 9.  William died in Albemarle Co in 1802.     Since William was born in VA and married in Louisa Co, I assume that h is parents should have lived in Louisa Co. Jim Heffron [mailto:jheffron@getnet.com]

[NI12944] Name:    William Joseph Nuckolls City:    Not Stated  County:    Russe State:    Virginia  Birth Date:    30 May 1886  Race:    White  Roll:    1 991161 William Joseph Nuckolls res Russell Co, Belfast Mills, VA Age 32 born May 20 1886 Blacksmith Kin Mrs Grace Nuckolls Tall, med build, blue eyes, light hair Signed Sept 12 1918 U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: William Joseph Nuckolls Birth Date: 30 May 1886 age 55 Residence: Russell, Virginia RFD2 Cedar Bluff Birth: Russell, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mrs Grace Nuckolls Self Employed Date:1/20/2001 8:00:13 AM Mountain Standard Time From:Mysticmemory@aol.com I am a descendant from Nuckolls' in Russell Co. VA (Tazwell) I have not fo und any Information that is familiar to me, I do know my Grandfather was W illiam Joseph Nuckolls and Married Grace Nipper, He was born sometime in t he mid 1800's I am guessing around 1860's.  Any information would be great ly appreciated. I POSTED A MESSAGE EARLIER THIS YEAR, REGARDING MY FATHER, MY FATHER WILL IE G. NUCKOLLS WAS BORN IN JANUARY 17TH OR 27TH OF 1924. HE HAS A TWIN BRO THER CHARLIE JAMES NUCKOLLS, A BROTHER JOHN AND A SISTER CLIFFORD PRICE (S UPOSE TO BE STILL LIVING) WILLIE G. SERVED IN WW11 AND MARRIED IVORY PEA RL STINSON (NICKNAMED SUE)SHE WAS FROM THE RICHLANDS, VA AREA SHE WAS BO RN IN SEPT 1927 OR 1929. IT IS BELIEVED THAT HIS FAMILY BELIEVED TO BE FR OM BELFAST, VA OWNED A LUMBER MILL HIS PARENTS NAMED WILLIAM AND IRENE (NI PPER) DIED IN 1966 OR 67. ANY INFORMATION WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED I VE LOOKED IN ALL THE DATA BASES I CAN FINE AND CANNOT FIND ANY INF O. I DO NOT KNOW MUCH OF THEIR BACKGROUN. THANK YOU MARIA OFFUTT (NICKOLLS ) Thanks Maria (Nuckolls) Offutt other researcher: airforcemom789@msn.com

[DI12952] Virginian-Pilot, The (Norfolk, VA) - November 11, 1995 Deceased Name: ROYD M. NUCKOLS PORTSMOUTH - Royd Maurice Nuckols, 82, of the 100 block of Monitor Road, d ied Nov. 8, 1995, in a Portsmouth hospital. He was a retired superintende nt for Quality Assurance at the Naval Air Rework Facility. He was a memb er of Port Norfolk Baptist Church, where he was a longtime member of the I 'anson Bible class. He was a member of Seaboard Masonic Lodge (NU)56, char ter member of the Portsmouth Scottish Rite Bodies, Khedive Temple, Portsmo uth Moose Lodge (NU)898, Beazley Senior Citizens Club, Polygon Club and N. A.R.F. He was a native of Richmond. He is survived by his wife, Floren ce C. Nuckols; daughter, Cynthia N. Shelton of Portsmouth; two sons, Bar ry C. Nuckols of Portsmouth and Royd M. Nuckols Jr. and wife, Karen, of Ph iladelphia; sister, Elaine Freeman of Portsmouth; four grandchildren, Lori A. Shelton, Dana S. Baliya and husband, Thomas, Elizabeth R. Nuckols, a nd Royd M. Nuckols III; and two great-grandsons, Matthew and Nicholas Bali ya. A funeral service will be conducted at 1 p.m. today in Port Norfolk Ba ptist Church by Dr. Ector Hamrick and the Rev. Don Sheffield. Burial will be with Masonic rites in Churchland Baptist Church Cemetery. The fami ly suggests memorial contributions may be sent to the Shriner's Crippled C hildren's Hospital, 950 Faris Road, Greenville, S.C. 29605. Loving Funer al Home, Churchland, is in charge. Name: Royd M Nuckols Birth Date: 11 January 1913 Death Date: 08 November 1995 Issuing State: Virginia Residence at Death: Portsmouth,Portsmouth City,Virginia 23707 SSN: 225-09-0652 Issued 1960

[NI12954] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Willie G Nuckolls Birth Year: 1924 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Virginia State: Virginia County or City: Russell Enlistment Date: 3 Dec 1942 Enlistment State: Virginia Enlistment City: Richmond Branch: Air Corps Grade: Private Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emerge ncy, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherw ise according to law Component: Army of the United States - includes the following: Voluntary e nlistments effective December 8, 1941 and thereafter; One year enlistmen ts of National Guardsman whose State enlistment expires while in the Feder al Service; Officers appointed in the Army of Education: 2 years of high school Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 69 Weight: 136 Name:    Willie G Nuckolls Birth Date:    17 Jan 1924 Death Date:    6 Apr 1982 Veteran Service Start Date:    3 Dec 1942 Veteran Service End Date:    12 Nov 1945 Rank:    S SGT Branch:    US Army Last known address:    Vamc, 1700 East 38th Street Marion , IN 46952 Interment Date:    9 Apr 1982 Cemetary:    Marion National Cemetery Buried At:    Section 3 Site 2447 Cemetary URL:    http://www.cem.va.gov/nchp/marion.htm

[NI12959] Possibly Lucy who married Stephen Fields 4/16/1822 Mercer Co, KY. No daughters named in fathers will suggesting if this was his daughter, she died prior to 1826. Cannot locate another marriage for Stephen. 1830 Perry Co, KY 001001-30001 Female 20-30 places birth 1800-1810 1840 Perry Co, KY pg254 1000001-233010 1850 Census  Perry Co, KY wife name Elizabeth age 50

[NI12960] Possibly the Sarah Nuckles who applied for a marriage licence in Claiborne Co TN 5/5/1854 with Harmon Tubber and the license was not returned Colson Knuckles early notes says Sallys mother was named Mary Robinson.  notes suggest she may have been living with her dau Anne , wi fe of Milton Miller when she died. We know she was living with Hence in 18 80, and was not with dau in1900, so she must have died before 1900 1860 Clay Co, Manchester, KY pg 40 Sarah Nuckles, 38, TN John H, 8 TN Louisa 8 KY Gabriel 21 TN Comfort 13 TN 1870 Clay Co, Pct 11 KY Sarah Knuckles, 40 TN Louisa, 15 KY Sarah, 10, KY 1880 Census Place:Cimes Fork, Bell, Kentucky Source:FHL Film 1254403  National Archives Film T9-0403     Page 40 2B Ransom LAWSONSelf MMW38TNFa: TNMo: TN Charity LAWSONWife FMW27KYFa: KYMo: KY Sary LAWSONDau FMW18KYFa: KYMo: KY Mary LAWSONDau FSW13KYFa: KYMo: KY Samuel LAWSONSon MSW11KYFa: KYMo: KY William LAWSONSon MSW9KYFa: TNMo: KY Lewis LAWSONSon MSW6KYFa: TNMo: KY Elisabeth LAWSON Dau FSW4KYFa: TNMo: KY Manervey LAWSON Dau FSW2KYFa: TNMo: KY REMEMBERANCES OF GREAT-GREAT AUNT SALLY AND GREAT-GREAT UNCLE BILL NUCKO LS as told to Colson Knuckles Now I would like to give rememberances of " Aunt" Sally Nuckols who was t he last of Obadiah Nuckols children. She was a half-sister of "Uncle" Bill Nuckols.***(see note) Her mother was a Brittian, as Bell County High Sheriff Jim Hel ton told me. Jim Helton was a son of Jonas Helton, who was a son of Car lo Helton and Elizabeth Farmer, (a daughter of Captain Jim Farmer and Sus ie Skidmore). Carlo Helton was a half-brother to "Uncle" Bill Nuckols. Now I will get back to " Aunt" Sally Nuckols (who was a half sist er to my great-grandpa Robert Knuckles -and also a half sister to "Uncl e" Bill Nuckols). When" Aunt" Sally was old, she lived with my grandpa (Ro bin Knuckles) at Long Branch on the Right Fork of Red Bird. "Uncle" Bill N uckols had the only store near where my grandpa lived, and my Daddy (Robe rt Boyd Knuckles) told me, that when they got ready to go to "Uncle" Bi ll Nuckols store at Cow Fork, " Aunt" Sally Nuckols would say: "Tell Broth er Bill to send me some Baccer". That was all she ever asked for. My Dad dy said "Uncle" Bill Nuckols always sent " Aunt" Sally Nuckols some Bacc er . I knew old man Slusher for many years (he was the store merchant) a nd he said: Uncle Bill Nuckols gave away more candy than I ever sold In her younger years, Aunt Sally Nuckols and Ransom Lawson had a love affa ir. And from this love affair a daughter Anna was born. When Anna Nucko ls was grown to a young woman, she married Milt Miller  from Four Mile, K Y. I knew some of their children. T J Miller and Anna Miller. I believe Au nt Sally Nuckols and her daughter Anna Miller were buried at the Bear Gra ve Yard at Four Mile, KY *** Sally cannot be a half sister to Uncle Bill and a child of Obediah. She is either one or the other. It confirms it with her statment calling him "brother Bill" (not uncle Bill).  Richard Gault claims to have documentation (he has yet to produce) of this relationship.  This is the evidence we have so far and if anyone is keeping score it is 3-2. Evidence FOR Dick Gault assessment: 1. Sally in same household in 1850 as her brothers and her mother. 2. Colsons story claims she was a half-sister to Uncle Bill 3. Colsons story she referred to his as "Brother Bill" 4. 1840 Census suggests a girl 10-15 (Mary) and girl under 10 (Sally) as mother and daughter rather than another daughter of Obediah.* Evidence suggesting she may  Obediahs daughter 1. 1850 census age 18 of Sally and mother 30 indicating born at age 12 2. Tombstone inscription of date of birth 1829 confirms census, Dick Gault says tombstone wrong. 3. One girl under age 10 in the 1840 census. * But one girl is over age 10 suggesting both Mary and Daughter Sally were living with Obediah in 1840.

[NI12963] Mr. Jamison married November 22, 1816, Barren co., KY., Peggy Barlow. He l ater married two other women. He resided in Barren co., KY. The bond of ma rriage was issued November 19, 1816, surety by Joshua Barlow. They were ma rried by Jacob Locke

[NI12972] A letter written by C. H. Jamison to his brother, Green, of Austin, T x. in 1834, indicates that Mr. William Jamison was still alive, though Gre en's brother, William, and sister, Emily had both died in 1830/1. The lett er is presented here in its entirety: "Miles Point, Kentucky, Feb 3rd, 1834. Dear Brother: With pleasure I spend the evening in writing to you. I am well and hope th ese lines to find you enjoying the same blessing. Sir, I think it my du ty to commence by way of an apology for not having written you before th is time. Eight years have now elapsed since I have seen you, during whi ch time I have written to you but once, and that I expect you did not ge t, for I rote with a view of it meeting you at New Orleans, and I have sin ce learned from your one letter that you did not get it. I spent 3 months of the fall and winter of 1833 and 34 in the State of Mis sissippi from whence I went to Louisville, Ky, and there I spent 5 month s. Since that time I have been on the river. I have been engaged in selli ng my goods on the river. I have now quit that business, and am engaged in loading of a flat boa t. I expect to have her loaded by this day week at farthest, and then I ex pect to float her to New Orleans as quick as the water will float her ther e. At that place I expect to continue for some weeks. I want you to wri te to me as soon as you get this, and let me know where you are at presen t, and also tell me your situation at present., and what you are doing, a nd if I should come there, what I could make per year, and if I can do wel l. I expect I shall come to that country in the course of the summer.I do nt want you to deceive me in any shape whatever. I want you to te ll me in plane terms everything you do tell me, and deceive me nothing. Father and all of us, our brothers and sisters, were well the last ti me I herd of them. I was at Mr. Miller's in Oct. and at Willisses at Chris tmas. Emily has been dec. for three years, and William Jameson has been de c. for near three years. Our sisters are married. Eloise has been marri ed to Samuel D...I am yet single, and to remain so. Willis has his third w ife. You will please to excuse my diction and bad writing, as the river is roug h, and I have to write on my nee, and besides my mind is much confuse d. I am done, but still remain your sincere and affectionate Brother, ti ll death. C. H. Jameson."

[NI12973] Family info from: http://geocities.com/Heartland/Cottage/8016/gen47000.html

[NI12974] Dau fo Shadrack Mims and Elizabeth Kirkham

[NI12977] Widow of Capt Ezekiel Wimberly

[DI12992] Name: «tab»O.M. Sherwood Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»28 Dec 1930 Event Place: «tab»Bolivar, Hardeman, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab»Married Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»70 Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»06 Jan 1860 Birthplace: «tab»Illinois Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Mathew Robinson Father's Birthplace: «tab»Illinois Mother: «tab» Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Unknown Occupation: «tab»Housewife Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Bolivar Burial Date: «tab»29 Dec 1930 Informant: «tab»O M Sherwood Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184115 Image Number: «tab»411

[NI12995] 1900 United States Federal Census Record Home in 1900: Civil District 2, Shelby, Tennessee Name: William Sylvester Age: 30 Estimated birth year:1/1870 Birthplace: Tennessee Race: White Relationship to head-of-house: Head Ella, wife 3/1872 M12y 4/3 Lee, son   (too dark to read age) Malverne E, son 1/1894 Lillie May, dau 7/1896

[DI12998] Name: «tab»Alvin Edgar Knuckolls Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»02 Jun 1922 Event Place: «tab»Millington, Shelby, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»1m Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»06 May 1922 Birthplace: «tab»Shelby Co. Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»William Knuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab»Shelby Co., Tenn. Mother: «tab»Julia Silvester Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Shelby Co., Tenn. Occupation: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Tumbs Ceme. Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»02 Jun 1922 Informant: Mrs Julia Knuckles«tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» COD-Premature birth Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184521 Image Number: «tab»582 Film Number: «tab»1876918 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 558

[DI12999] Name: «tab»Gilbert Huston Knuckolls Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»31 May 1925 Event Place: «tab»Millington, Shelby, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»1-2-0 Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»08 Mar 1924 Birthplace: «tab»Shelby Co. Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»William Knuckolls Father's Birthplace: «tab»Shelby Co. Mother: «tab»Julia Sylvester Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Shelby Co. Occupation: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Bethuel Cem. Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»01 Jun 1925 Informant: «tab»Mrs Julia Knuckles, Knoxville, TN Additional Relatives: «tab»X Digital Folder Number: «tab»4184521 Image Number: «tab»636 Film Number: «tab»1876918 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 612

[NI13000] Death Cert name is Collie Knuckolls

[NI13005] Commercial Appeal, The (Memphis, TN) - June 2, 1995 Deceased Name: WILLIAM KLAER NUCKOLLS WILLIAM KLAER NUCKOLLS, 52, of Memphis, retired data processing division e mployee for Sears, Roebuck and Co., died of cancer Wednesday at Methodi st Hospital. Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Memphis Funeral Home U nion Chapel. He was a veteran of the Marines. He leaves a sister, Bette Nu ckolls Beem of Memphis. The family requests that any memorials be se nt to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Name: William K. Nuckolls SSN: 408-66-8935 Last Residence: 38107  Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee, United States of Ameri ca Born: 20 Oct 1942 Died: 31 May 1995 State (Year) SSN issued: Tennessee (1957-1958 )

[NI13008] Researching this family Shari and Bob Lytton LyttonBS@aol.com (Family sheets submitted to the NWKSociety 4/2006 for republication of book. Civil War-Pvt 22nd Texas Calvary Co E Settled in Neola, Iowa. Changed spelling to Nuckles Children of this family submitted by M DALE ROBERTSON Microfilm:  NONE 5422 PORTLAND RD NE #62 SALEM OR Submission:  AF97-113374 USA 97305 Name: Perry C Nuckells Census Date: 1905 Residence County: Madison  Residence State: Iowa  Locality: Earlham Line: 146  Roll: IA_98 1910 Census household is granddaughter Hazel age 10 b Iowa

[DI13008] Earlham Echo, Vol XXXII No 27 April 6, 1922 Commodore Perry Nuckolls, was born in Bates Co, Mo March 2 1842 and died at his home in Earlham Iowa April 2 1922 at the age of eighty years and one month. When the Civil War broke out, Mr Nuckolls was a young man of nineteen. He joined the confederate Army and gave three years of service to the Southern cause. At the age of twenty-one he was yet a soldier in active service he married Miss Lydia Merrill of Collins County Texas. Mrs Nuckolls was his steadfast companion through the fifty nine years of their married life. During the past nine years she was constantly by his bedside to help and cheer in his affliction. After the war was over, Mr and Mrs Nuckolls spent a year in Illinois and then moved to Iowa. After having lived in Jones County, Missouri Valley, St Charles, and Winterset, they moved to Earlham and have made this their home since. To this union were born ten children, six of whom are still living. The four who have preceeded their father to their eternal home are William, Jessie, Mary Jane and Lydia.  Mr Nuckolls sought the Lord early in life and united with the Baptist Church. He remained a member of that institution for many years. It was not until he moved his family to Earlham that he joined the Methodist Episcopal Church. He always enjoyed religious services and bore his afflictions cheerfully and patiently. The beginning of the end came in August 1913 when Mr Nuckolls was seriously injured in a railroad accident which left him a permanent cripple. In August 1921 he received a stroke of paralysis which left him in a still more helpless condition. About five weeks ago he received another stroke and the end soon followed. There remains to mourn his death his faithful and patient wife M rs C P Nuckolls and six children; James Nuckolls of Earlham, Mrs Georgia S argent of Hoswell, Colordo, Mrs Netty Z Price of Des Moines, Iowa, Thomas A Nuckolls also of Des Moines, Mrs Hannah C Price of Moberly, Missouri and Mrs Lucy M Musselman of Earlham.

[NI13009] Name: Lydia Nuckells Census Date: 1905 Residence County: Madison Residence State: Iowa  Locality: Earlham Line: 147  Roll: IA_98

[DI13009] Interset Madisonian Thursday Nov 5 1925 On Wednesday, October 28 1925, Mrs Lydia Nuckolls, a the age of 83 pass ed peacefully away at her home after several months illness, borne with re markable patience. All her children were with her at the last, who are le ft to cherish her memory and two sons, James and Thomas and four daughter s; Mrs E M Sargent of Colorado, Mrs Kate Price of MIssouri, Mrs Zola Pri ce of Des Moines and Mrs C A Musselman of Earlham. Funeral services were h eld at the Methodist church on Friday afternoon, conducted by the Rev Thom as and was laid to rest in the Earlham Cemetery by the side of her late hu sband who has passed on three years ago to wait her coming.

[DI13013] Social Security Death Index about James Nuckels Name: «tab»James Nuckels SSN: «tab»230-03-0466 Last Residence: «tab»24271  Nickelsville, Scott, Virginia,  Born: «tab»17 Feb 1910 Died: «tab»Dec 1975 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Virginia (Before 1951)

[NI13015] Earlham Echo Newspaper After many months of suffering, Mrs Myrtle E Nuckolls, died  at her home F riday evening at 8:20 o'clcok. The end had been  anticipated for several w eeks. Her friends and loved ones were gathered about her bedside and saw h er pure spirit take its flight. Myrtle E Nuckolls was born Sept 29 1882 ne ar Fremont, Dodge Co, Nebraska and died at her home in Earlham Feb 3 190 5, aged 22 years, 4 months and 7 days. She was untied in marriage to Thom as Nuckolls in the year 1899. Of this union was born three daughters who w ith the husband are left to mourn a good and kind mother and wife. The fun eral services were held Sunday at 11 o'clock at the M E Church conduct ed by Rev Voorhees and the interment was in Earlham Cemetery. She was ve ry patient and hopeful through all he suffering and had a cheerful word f or eveyone.

[NI13017] Father: Jacob Musselman b. 25 Nov 1833 in Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania Mother: Anise\Annis M. Cooper b. 10 Apr 1850 in Kentucky Jan 1 1925 Madison Co, IA C A Musselman, head, 42, md, rent, b IL father Jacob G Musselman b PA Mother Annis Cooper b KY md IL Lucy, wife, 39 B IA father Perry Nuckolls, b TX Mother Ludia Merrill Virgil, son, 13, b IA Bernice, dau, 10, b IA Goldie, dau, 8, b IA Lucile, dau 4 b IA Frances, dau, 1, b IA All read and write, all Presbyterians except Lucy claimed M E

[NI13025] Gay Nuckolls Douglas atticcatantiques@home.com Name:Suellen Watkins E-Mail:ewatkin@columbus.rr.com Location:Columbus, Ohio I thought that I might try this genealogy thing to see what I can find o ut about my mother's family. My Mother was Thelma Inona Nuckolls Ponser. S he was born in Missouri to William Caswell Nuckolls and Bulia Mae Goodm an Nuckolls. There were four siblings: Doris Pauline, Alfred Norman, Ma ry Catherine and Maxine (only lived about 5 or 6 hours). Pauline died 16 D ec. 2000. My Mother,Thelma, died just this past 16 February 2001. Norman l ives in Lancaster, California. Catherine lives in Washington, Missouri. I know that Grandpa William had a brother named Raymond, who passed aw ay in his 30's. A sister, who was always referred to as Aunt Mag. She w as to have married someone named Nelson in California, but she died in St. Louis. Grandpa's mother's name was Mary (Alice or Augusta) Hardison. Mom w as never quite sure of her middle name as her other grandmother from her m others side was also Mary. Grandpa's father passed away sometime around 18 99. Great Grandma Nuckolls remarried to James Bryant. Mr.Bryant was a vete ran of the Civil War on the Rebel side. They lived somewhere around Marle y, Missouri. My mother said that Great Grandpa Nuckolls' name was either C aswell or James. He was to have been a doctor and also a Morman. Suppo se to have three wives. Mom also said that the Nuckolls originally came fr om Prusha (Germany) and their name then was Von Nuckolls. They dropped t he Von and went to Scotland during the Norman Wars. Three of them end ed up in prison during the English and Spainish War. When Sir Walter Rol ey took the prisoners from the Tower of London, he brought them to Americ a. I am sure that some of this story has been a little bit changed over t he years, but maybe one of you reading this may come up with something use ful from some of these pieces. Mom also said that the three brothers th at came from London, that one went to Nelson, Nebraska and the county we re the city of Nelson is, is in Nuckolls County. The second brother, we nt to Paducah, Kentucky. He owned a plantation there. The third brother, w ent to DeMoine, Iowa, Was a Lt. during WWI. I think she said that his na me was also William. That is as much as I can remember from what my Mother has told me. If a ny of you have any other different info or can filled on the info that I h ave told, please e-mail me. I am very interested. I would like to have fac ts to give to my grandchildren. Thanks! What I do now know for sure is that William Caswell Nuckolls was born in M orley, Scott Co., Mo. on 1 September. 1894.  Grandpa was the oldest.  Th en he had a brother named Raymond and a sister named Mag.  William Caswel l, Grandpa's mother was Alice Hardison.  After Grandpa's father passed away when he was a young boy, his mother, Alice married another man that eve ry one always referred to as Grandpa Bryant.  Well I found William and Ray mond Nuckolls listed on Ancestry.com as Alice Hardison and George Washingt on Bryant as their parents.  My Aunt Catherine said that she never real ly knew William Caswell's (he was her father) real father's name.  Grandpa alwa ys referred to him as Mr. Nuckolls.  Now all the records that I have fou nd Alice Hardison must have spelled Nuckolls as Knuckles.  Aunt Catheri ne also said that William Caswell had an Uncle Luther Nuckolls that died w hen she was in her early teens @ 1940.  I did find that William S. Nuckoll s, oldest child of Starling Franklin Nuckolls and Sarah Francis Smith h ad a brother, Luther Edward who died in 1940.  But I can not find any oth er information on this William S.  I found that information on Ancestry.c om also.  Yesterday I did send an e-mail to Scott Co. Missouri records dep artment to see if they could help me with any information.   When Alice Ha rdison married Grandpa Bryant they had three other children according to w hat my mother said.  One I know for sure was Uncle Richard Bryant.  My Gra ndpa died 10 June 1965 and Uncle Richard died a few years later.  I do rem ember Uncle Richard as a little girl.  Mom said the other 2 children we re Eva, who died in her late teens and Doris who died around the a ge of 4 years old.     My Mother, Thelma Inona Nuckolls Ponser, died 16 Feb. 2001.  A few mon ths before we found out that she had lung cancer.  So with the lack of oxy gen that had, I can not say for sure how long before she died that she w as remembering correctly.  I asked her all of these questions the year bef ore she died.  So, they may or may not be correct.  Go figure.   Another t hing,  Grandpa always told Aunt Catherine that this father was a small, sa ndy hair man.  Don't know if that helps anything or not.

[XI13025] WILLIAM NUCKOLLS  01 Sep 1894 Jun 1965 (Missouri) (none specified) 498-05- 2384 Missouri Name:    William C Nuckolls Birth Date:    1 Sep 1894 Death Date:    14 Jun 1965 Veteran Service Start Date:    27 Jun 1918 Veteran Service End Date:    26 Jun 1919 Rank:    CPL Branch:    US Army Last known address:    2900 Sheridan Road St. Louis , MO 63125 Interment Date:    17 Jun 1965 Cemetary:    Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery Buried At:    Section H Site 1105 Cemetary URL:    http://www.cem.va.gov/nchp/jeffersonbarracks.htm

[NI13026] Source Citation: Year: 1900; Census Place: Calwood, Callaway, Missouri; Ro ll: T623 844; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 20. Stephen A Goodman 36 Mary A Goodman 28 Ethel M Goodman 7 Charles C Goodman 5 Beulah M Goodman 2 Earnest R Goodman 10.12 Annie E Adams 10  niece Name:    Bulia Nuckolls Relationship:    Wife of Nuckolls, William C Birth Date:    16 Aug 1895 Death Date:    23 Dec 1984 Rank:    CPL Branch:    US Army Last known address:    2900 Sheridan Road St. Louis , MO 63125 Interment Date:    28 Dec 1984 Cemetary:    Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery Buried At:    Section H Site 1105 Cemetary URL:    http://www.cem.va.gov/nchp/jeffersonbarracks.htm Name: Bulia M Nuckolls [Bulia M Goodman] Social Security #: 497032519 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 16 Aug 1895 Birthplace: Missouri Death Date: 23 Dec 1984 Death Place: Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: Carroll Father's Surname: Goodman

[NI13027] Name: Thelma I Ponser Birth Date: 13 Sep 1920 Birth State: Missouri Birth Country: United States Gender: Female Race: White Hispanic Origin: Not Hispanic (Latino) Residence City: Newark Residence County: Licking Residence State: Ohio Residence Zip Code: 43055 Residence Country: United States Death Date: 16 Feb 2001 Death Time: 5:15 PM Hospital of Death: Long-Term Care Facilities City of Death: Heath County of Death: Licking Certificate: 012127 Age at Death: 80 Registrar's Certificate Number: 00049 Certifier: Physician Referred to Coroner: No Autopsy: No Method of Disposition: Burial Filing Date: 21 Feb 2001 Hospital Status: Other/Nursing Home Injury in Ohio: Yes Type Place of Injury: Unspecified Place Social Security Number: 489-12-0006 Father's Surname: Nuckolls Mother's Maiden Name: Goodman Marital Status: Widowed Education: 12 Armed Forces Indicator: Yes Branch of Service: Army Industry of Decedent: Own Home/At Home Occupation of Decedent: Housewife/Homemaker Primary Registration District: 4502

[NI13029] transferred from McDonnel Douglas in St. Louis to the McDonnel Dougl as in Lancaster, CA.

[NI13032] John McClane marr Teresa Nuckols in 1816.Died in Boyle Co KY  Father was J ames and I have he lived in Richmand Va and was marr to Mary Kyle. Star ks Taylor also from Va marr Johns sister in 1810 Elizabeth Va  came to Fay ette Co Ky and died in Boyle Co Ky T

[NI13033] Name:    Mclane, John Year:    1850 County:    Boyle Township:    Dist. 2 State:    Kentucky Page:    603 No page 603

[NI13034] IN MY G-GRANDFATHERS CIVIL WAR RECORDS IT APPEARS THAT HE AGEDA FEW YEA RS WHEN HE JOINED THE UNION CAVARY IN TENN. IN FEB.8,1864.THE SPELLI NG OF NUCKLES LATER CHANGED TO NUCKELS WHEN JOHN APPLIED FOR HIS CIVIL W AR PENSION IN 1911. LARRY DAVID NUCKELS...CUERO,TEX 1850 in Grainger Co, TN 11th Dist are the following families: pg 62 Nuckles, Spottswood, 49 b VA Jane 38 TN Susan 10 TN Mary 7 TN Elizabeth 5 TN John 3 TN Peter H SMITH 64 VA 1860 Grainger Co, Rutledge, Dist 8 TN Spotswood Nuckles, 50 VA Master Mason Jane 37 TN Mary 17 Elizabeth 14 John 12 Nancy 10 From:nuckels@icsi.net (Larry) (not valid email 2/2006) HELLO RECENTLY I VIEWED THE 1860 CENSUS RECORD FOR GRAINGER CO. TENNESSEE AND FO UND MY G-G GRAND FATHER SPOTSWOOD NUCKLES AGE 50,BORN IN VIRGINIA,AND SHO WS HIM TO BE A MASTER MASON. HIS WIFE WAS LISTED AS JANE AGE 37 AND 4 CHIL DREN WERE LISTED: MARY AGE 17,ELIZABETH AGE 14,JOHN AGE 12(MY G-GRANDFATHE R) AND NANCYAGE 11. IN MY -GRANDFATHERS CIVIL WAR RECORDS IT APPEARS TH AT HE AGEDA FEW YEARS WHEN HE JOINED THE UNION CAVARY IN TENN. IN FEB.8,18 64.THE SPELLING OF NUCKLES LATER CHANGED TO NUCKELS WHEN JOHN APPLIED F OR HIS CIVIL WAR PENSION IN 1911.  THIS IS AS FAR BACK AS I CAN GO WITH T HE NUCKELS,NUCKLES FAMILY....IDID LOOK IN SOME VIRGINA CENSUS 1810,BUT COU LDNT FIND ANYTHING...ANY IDEAS OR THOUGHTS OUT THERE IN NUCKOLLS LAND?   T HANKS  LARRY DAVID NUCKELS...CUERO,TEX Grainger County, TN Deed Book H  pg 333 Spottswood Nuckolds to S J Shields      This indenture made this twelfth day of October in the year of our Lo rd one thousand eight hundred and forty-one between Spottswood Nuckol ls of one part and Samuel and Milton Shields of the other part all of t he county of Grainger  and state of Tennessee, witnesseth that the sadi Sp ottswood Nuckolls for and in consideration of the sum of two hundred and f ifty dollars to him paid the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged and s old and by these presents doth grant , bargain and sell ___ien   --noff a nd confirm unto the mountain on the waters of Richland Creek bounded and d escribed as follows , to wit, "Beginning at the hickory and ash one rod ea st of the spring branch between Betsy and Margaret Humes on a line of a tr act of land formerly belonging to Matthew Campbell and by him convey ed to J P Chase_____ running east with said line seventy-two poles to a st ake on said line near some marked hickory bushes and comes to a tract tota lly opwned by John Rintfro Jr , then with a line of the last mentioned tra ct north one hundred and fifty-four poles to a fallen down cherry tree wi th chestnut and dogwood pointers , corner to a twelve acre survey grant ed to Alexander Humes then west thirty-eight poles to a chestnut o ak on a ridge, then south fifty-one poles to a stake near a branch, then w est fifty-four poles to a stake in a branch corner of a dividing line ma de by said Alexander Humes between Charles Humes and Margaret and Betsy Hu mes, the last mentioned being the dividing line then with the various mean ders of said branch to the beginning containing seventy acres more or le ss with all and singular to have and to hold the same with the hinditamen ts and appertenances unto the said Samuel and Milton Shields their heirs a nd assigns forever and the said Spottswood Nuckolls does not covenant a nd agree to warrant the title to the before described tract of land with i ts appertenances unto the said Samuel and Milton Shields this ____ again st the claim of all persons whatever either in law or equity. In Testimony whereof I the said Spottswood Nuckolls have hereto subscrib ed may name and affix my seal the day and date above written Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of: Luke L Goans Harman G Lea Recorded 10/30/1841 Grainger County TN Deed Book H pg120  (Copy of this deed cut off on rig ht side and unable to read  some words) Charles Humes to Spottswood Nuckolds      This indenture made this 6th day of July in the year of our Lord o ne thousand eight hundred and forty between Charles Humes of one part a nd Spotts ______ the other part both of the County of Grainger and sta te of Tennessee, witnesseth that _______ Charles Humes for and in consider ation of the sum of three hundred dollars to him ______ a receipt of whi ch is hereby acknowledged has bargained and sold by these _______ both gra nt, bargain and sell alien  enfoff? And confirm unto the said Spotswood __ ______ a line tract or parcel of land by ___ and being in the county and s tate aforesaid ______ was the end of the _________ mountain on the wate rs of Richland River  bounded and described as follows, to wit, beginni ng at the hickory and ash one rod east of the spring branch ___ Betsy a nd Margaret Humes in a line of a tract formerly belonging to Matthew Campb ell  ___ by him conveyed to J P Chase___ running east with said line seven ty-two poles to ____ and said line was same marked Hickory bushes and co me to a tract lately  ___ for then with a line of the last mentioned tra ct north one hundred and fifty-four poles  to a fallen down cherry tree wi th chestnut and dogwood pointers, corner to a twelve  ____ to Alexander Hu mes, then west thirty-eight poles to a chestnut oak and pine on ____, th en south fifty-one poles to a stake near a branch, then west fifty-four po les to a stake in a branch corner of a dividing line made by said Alexand er Humes between Charles Humes and Margaret and Betsy Humes, the last ment ioned being the dividing line then with the various meanders of said bran ch to the beginning containing seventy acres more or less with all and sin gular to have and to hold the same. The said Charles Humes does covenant a nd warrant the title to the above described tract of land with the apperte nances unto Spotswood Nuckolds and to his heirs against the claim of all p ersons whatsoever in the equity.  In testimony the said Charles Humes h as hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my seal the day and date abo ve written in the presence of Witness Samuel Shields, John A McKinney Charles Humes (signed his name) Recorded 10/22/1840

[NI13038] Birht cert names her Liddy Cori Altizer b. May 17, 1883, Tazewell County, Virginia91; d. July 31, 1977, Squir e, W. Va.92; m. ROBERT TIMOTHY RILEY, December 28, 1904, Cliffield, Virgin ia   (By Ezra Linkous)93; b. January 11, 1883, Tazewell County, Virginia94 ,95; d. July 02, 1967, Tazewell County, Virginia96. Lydia was a small, hard working, very independent woman.  She was alwa ys in the kitchen cooking or cleaning.  I do not remember her as being ve ry affectionate, but she was always pleasant.  She raised her grandson Son ny, after his mother died, and that kept her busy.  I don't know a lot abo ut her, I lived too far away.  I hope to gather some information from my c ousins who lived near her. She lived alone after Grandad's death, having a garden until the year of h er death.  She lived next door to Aunt Bea and Uncle Clarence. More About LYDIA CORDILLIA ALTIZER: Burial: August 03, 1977, Maplewood Cemetary, Tazewell, VA Cause of Death: Old Age Occupation: Housewife Soc. Sec. No.: 236-96-3063

[NI13039] Poss married G W Cassaday 3/28/1875 Union Co, TN

[NI13044] 1880 Census Place:Knox, Jay, Indiana Source:FHL Film 1254287  National Archives Film T9-0287     Page 47 7B RelationSexMarrRaceAgeBirthplace James L. NUCKOLSSelfMMW30 OHOcc:FarmerFa: VAMo: VA Emma NUCKOLSWifeFMW35VAOccKeeping HouseFa: VAMo: VA William JELLESONSonMSW3INFa: OHMo: OH

[DI13044] Michigan Death Certificate #30, shows he died in Cherry Grove Township, Wexford Co., MI., from Arteriosclerosis.

[NI13045] SOURCE LISTS OF THE LIVING AND DEAD IN VA, Feb 16 1623. Colonial Recor ds of VA by R. F. Walker     Thomas Nickolls died April 1622 at Martin's H undred near Richmond, VA. Poss the same Thomas Nuckolls in the timeline taking on apprentices in 162 22

[NI13046] This family changed the spelling back to Nuckolls Researchers Judy Varizi Judy2thefront@verizon.net, Judy2thefront@aol.com Gay Nuckolls Douglas

[DI13047] Tuesday, Nov 6 1923 Terre Haute Tribune pg 2 Hymera, IN Nov 6- Mrs nancy J Nuckols, 81 years old, died Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs Everett Scott, following a lingering illness. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the residence with burial in Friendly Grove Cemetery. She is survived by a son, Alvin, of Lewis; four daughters, Sarah Roberts of Terre Haute; Mrs Rhoda Duckw orth, Jeanetta Reynolds and Mrs Scott, of Hymera; 20 grandchildren a nd 22 great grandchildren.

[NI13048] Source Citation: Year: 1850; Census Place: Paint, Ross, Ohio; Roll: M432_7 25; Page: 387; Image: 784. Joseph McCoy, 45, VA Nancy 40 OH Amanda 10 OH Lovina, 8 OH Sarah 6 OH William 4 OH

[NI13053] (Source: (1) Altizer, Sarah Belle Nuckles,Tombstone Inscription,  Family C emetary., (2) 1850 Federal Census,Tazewell County, VA., (3) 1860 Federal C ensus, Tazewell County VA., (4) 1880 Federal Census, Tazewell County, VA ., (5) 1900 Federal Census, Tazewell County, VA.) was born September 18 51 in Tazewell Co., Va., and died November 27, 1918 in Tazewell County, Vi rginia (Source: (1) Altizer, Tom and Sarah, Grave Markers, from Bill Payne ., (2) Altizer, Sarah Belle Nuckles, Commonwealth of VA Certificate of Dea th #42459, 11/28/1918.).  She married THOMAS A. ALTIZER (Source: Altize r, Tom and Sarah, Grave Markers, from Bill Payne.) February 10, 1870 in Mc Dowell County, W. Va.  By G. W. Payne (copy) (Source: Marriage License App lication, Tazewell County, Va,.), son of DAVID ALTIZER and SUSAN (SADLER? ).  He was born November 1830 in Earl's Branch, Cliffield, Tazewell Count y, Virginia, and died December 04, 1918 in Earl's Branch, Cliffield, Tazew ell County, Virginia (Source: Altizer, Thomas Death Certificate 12/5/191 8, #42460.).

[NI13054] Nuckolls Otis Yancey 73 Kate B. CV - Nov 14, 1946, 67th yr, p 1 c 3 Name:    Otis Yancey Nuckolls City:    Not Stated  County:    Louisa  Stat e:    Virginia Birth Date:    25 Jul 1873  Race:    White  Roll:    1984808 Otis Yancey Nuckolls res Louisa Co, Apple Grove, VA Age 45 born July 25 1873 Self empl farmer Nearest Kin- Wife Kate Florence Nuckolls Med height, stout build, brn eyes, dark hai rSigned Sept 12 1918

[DI13054] Otis Yancey Nuckolls, 73, a native of Louisa County, died at his home near Apple Grove Friday, November 8, after an illness of ten days. Funeral services were held Sunday, Nov 10, at 2 p.m. from the home with burial in the family Cemetery. A son of the late Chrles Yancey Nuckolls and Victoria Walton Nuckolls, he is survived by his wife Kate B Nuckolls; one son Paul Y Nuckolls; one daughter Mrs R V Davis; three graddchildren, Franklin and Randall Davis and Pauline Nuckolls, all of Apple Grove; and one sister, Mrs W I Irby of Washington, DC

[NI13055] 1860 Shelby Co, Shelbyville, KY HH796 Jas V Nuchols 31  KY Virlinda Nuchols 25  KY Bartlet Nuchols 4  KY Anna Nuchols 1  KY Isaiah Cox 13  KY 1880 census has nephew Henry B Offutt age 26 b KY Probably slaves Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 Name: «tab»Lucy Nuckols Birth Date: «tab»6 Jun 1855 Birth County: «tab»Shelby Ethnicity: «tab»child listed Black Gender: «tab»Female Father's Name: «tab»J V Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»Parthena County of Residence: «tab»Shelby Name:  «tab»Mary Nuckols Birth Date: «tab»11 Jul 1857 Ethnicity: «tab»Black Gender: «tab»Female Father's Name: «tab»W Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»Parthena County of Residence: «tab»Shelby

[DI13056] Prairie Chapel Cemetery, Greenwood Co, KS NUCKOLS, Mrs J V d9/13/1896 Died at her home on Upper Slate at 10 o'clock Sunday night September, Mrs. J.V. Nuckols.Mrs. Nuckols had been an invailad for several years and has suffered almost continually during the past 12 months. She was a quite, unasuming, sweet tempered woman, a loyal, faithful, patient christian, and was much loved by her neighbors and acquaintances.She was buried at Prairie Chapel Cemetery at 3:30 p.m. yesterday and the funeral was largely attended by neighbors and friends all in deep sympathy with the sorrowing family in this their great bereavement.Mrs. Nuckols was a member of the Baptish Church and her funeral sermons will be preached at Homer Creek were she held her membership at the near future. From Eureka Herald 18 September 1896 page 3.

[NI13057] 1910; Census Place: Pleasant Gap, Bates, Missouri; Roll: T624_768; Page: 4 B; Enumeration District: 18; Image: 990. James W Michals 37  MO KY KY Flora Michals 30  wife m3y 1/1 MO KY IN George Michals 39  brother, single William Michals 34  brother, widower Annie V Michals 1 8/12  dau World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Sep 12 1918 Res Bates Co, Butler, MoAge 45 born April  21 1873 Farmer; Kin-Floe Alducey Nuckols same address Med height, med build, gray eyes, brown hair Death cert says born 4/21/1872  age 72-8-12

[NI13058] George appears in the 1870 census age 8 months, meaning he was born probably 1869, but 1900 census he gives his birth as 1871. Death cert also gives his birth date 1871. Informant on death cert was brother James W 1870 Aug, age 8 months. 1880 age 9 , 1900 born July 1871 age 29, 1910 a ge 39 not found 1920, 1930 is 58. Enough evidence to support that a child George was born in 1869 and died, then they named next child George also. 1910; Census Place: Pleasant Gap, Bates, Missouri; Roll: T624_768; Page: 4 B; Enumeration District: 18; Image: 990. James W Michals 37  MO KY KY Flora Michals 30  wife m3y 1/1 MO KY IN George Michals 39  brother, single William Michals 34  brother, widower Annie V Michals 1 8/12  dau Name: George Nuckols Birth Date: 1871 Death Date: 1938 Cemetery: Double Branch Description: Located about 10 miles southeast of Butler Cemetery Records of Bates County, Missouri Volume II

[NI13059] Informant on brother Bartlett Death Cert 6/13/1915 in Lafayette Co, MO Sallie Nuckols Wilson, Utopia, KS

[DI13059] Sallie Vance Nuckols was born in Shelby County, Kentucky, September 15, 1863. In 1868 her parents moved to Missouri, where she grew to womanhood, In 1885 she came to Kansas. In 1885 she was united in marriage to Rollin Bailey on March 21, 1887. To this union three shildren were born, two daughters and one son, Mrs. Raymond L. Prather, Rollin Vance and Verlinda Bailey. On January 30, 1902 Thomas Rollin Bailey died.In 1905 Mrs. Bailey was united in marriage to A.M. Wilson who still survives her.At the early age of 13 years the deceased was converted to the Christian faith, uniting with the Baptist Church, devoting the rest of her life in the service of the Christ whom she loved.She died April 10, 1919 at the St. Francis Hospital in Wichita, Kansas being 55 years, 6 months and 25 days. The body was brought to Eureka where the funeral service was held April 12th at 1:30 o'clock from the Baprist Church, conducted by Rev. B. Claude Ruggles, assisted by Rev. B. E. Antrobus. Burial was in the Greenwood Cemetery. From Eureka Herald 24 April 1919 page 1

[NI13060] Death certificate birth date Nov 2 1860 completed by her brother George. S he appeared in the 1860 census age 1 Name: Anna G. Nuckols Moore Birth Date: 1858 Death Date: 1912 w. of Charles Henry Cemetery: Altoona Cemetery Description: Located in church yard at edge of the town of Altocha in Grand River Township. Cemetery Records of Bates County, Missouri Volume II

[MI13060] (Medical):Brights Disease

[BI13060] Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 Name: «tab»Annie Nuckols [Annie] Birth Date: «tab»1 Dec 1858 Birth County: «tab»Shelby Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Female Father's Name: «tab»James V Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»Verlinda Hall County of Residence: «tab»Shelby

[XI13060] Altoona Cemetery

[BI13061] Name: «tab»Lewis Nuchols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»07 Mar 1861 Birthplace: «tab»SHELBY,KENTUCKY Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»James V. Nuchols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Malinda Hall Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Age: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»C51796-1 System Origin: «tab»Kentucky-ODM Source Film Number: «tab»unknown

[NI13062] My husband is great-grandson to James and Verlinda through William Davis N uckols and then Zella Nuckols. From Debbie Herndon  busybeedlh@juno.com

[DI13062] Bates Co, MO Death Cert Willie Davis Nuckols died Pleasant Gap, MO 11/7/1960 Res- RFD5, Pleasant Gap. White, married male, farmer Born 2/21/1876 Blackburn, MO Father James V Nuckols Mother Verlinda Eliza Hall Wife- Zella Nuckols, Butler, MO COD coronary thrombosis, heart disease 10 yrs. Buried 11/10/1960 Double Branch Cemetery, Bates Co, MO

[NI13063] This connection to the Nuckols family was found on Evertons Pedigree No 26 037 from Dorothy Peterson, 417 Mopbley Dr, Boise, ID 87312 June 26,1989. Everton Pedigree and Family Group Sheets Name: Hammers, Elizabeth   Birth  Date: 1855  Place: ,   Spouse: REQUA, Cyrus Jones   Child: REQUA, Mary Melissa   Childs Spouse: NUCKOLS, William   Child: REQUA, Hubert Grant   Childs Spouse: FERREL, Carrie   Child: REQUA, Elmer Samuel   Childs Spouse: ISON, Stella Eva   Child: REQUA, Cyrus Bruce   Childs Spouse: JONES, Alma

[HI13065] (Research): Social Security Death Index about Letha M. Pester Name: «tab»Letha M. Pester SSN: «tab»496-24-1178 Last Residence: «tab»64133  Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri Born: «tab»9 Nov 1912 Died: «tab»11 May 2005 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Missouri (Before 1951 )

[NI13067] Waterloo Daily Courier Waterloo Iowa 02 December 1946 Hampton Pastor Retires-Rev Howard W Nuckols, pastor of the Church of Christ here the last two years has resigned and accepted a call to the Church of Christ at Oakton, IND. He will assume his new duties Jan 1st, serving the Hampton Church until that time. Hampton Chronicle Hampton Iowa 16 August 1956 First Christian Church-Rev Howard Nuckols Rev and Mrs Howard Nuckols and family of Sudan Kansas visited during the past week with Mr and Mrs Irving Klousia and other friends. Mr Nucko ls is a former pastor of the Hampton Church of God

[NI13073] Do any of you connect with or know anything about Robert Mitchell, born a round 1784 in PA. and died 12 Sept. 1860 in Virginia?   He married Sarah K atherine "Katie" Nuckolls who was born around 1788 and died 31 Aug. 18 65 in VA.  I've been unable to learn anything about Sarah's family, I don 't even know where she was born.  Old oral family history says Robert's pa rents were born in Scotland, then went to Ireland before coming to Americ a.  I would love to know if Robert had siblings in PA. Jo Willingham quacacha@hotmail.com Source:   MITCHELL-L@rootsweb.com Subject:  Re: ROBERT MITCHELL AND SARAH NUCKOLLS Robert Mitchell and Sarah Nuckolls are also my ancestors.  According to h er death record in Tazewell her parents were William and Ruth Nuckoll s.  I have done a little searching for them but nothing that I feel is def inite. As for Robert Mitchell there are several sources that give his bir th as PA and this could certainly be correct.  I just ran across the 19 00 census record for their son, Robert Blair Mitchell, my direct, a nd if I interpret this correctly he said that his parents were born in Ire land and Scotland. Of course he was 74 when he gave this information, if he was the informan t. I am certainly going to pursue this further. I will be happy to share any info I have as I have hundreds and hundre ds of their descendents in my data base and will follow your input with gr eat interest. Barbara BTSG@aol.com

[NI13076] Hardee F Nuckols   Age: 49 State: VA 1910   Color: W Enumeration District: 0020   Birth Place: Virginia Visit: 0171   County:  Hanover   Relation:  Head of Household   Other Residents: Relation Name Age Birth Place Wife Pochontas 45 Virginia Son James H 26 Virginia Son Harry C 20 Virginia Daughter Ivy May 18 Virginia Daughter Emma H 16 Virginia Son Lewis T 14 Virginia Daughter Deweys H 11 Virginia Daughter Lorena B 08 Virginia

[NI13078] WWI Draft Registration Card Name:    Lewis Taylor Nuckols County:    Hanover  State:    Virginia Birthplace:    Virginia; United States of America  Birth Date:    25 Feb 18 96 Race:    Caucasian  Roll:    1984719 June 5 1917 Lewis Taylor Nuckols res Hanover Co, Rockville, VA Age 21 born Feb 25 1896 Rockville, VA Self emp farmer Nearest kin- Wife- claims dependant relatives Med height, slender, dk blue eyes, light hair U.S. World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 Name: Lewis Taylor Nuckols Birth Date: 25 Feb 1896 Residence: Hanover, Virginia Beaverdam Birth: Hanover, Virginia Race: White Roll: WW2_2370403 Notify-Mrs Lettie Page Nuckols Emp-Mr J E Jones, Beaverdam Also buried in the Hopeful Baptist Churhc Cemetery are Annie May Nucko ls b 9/21/1902 d. ? and Eldridge Ernest Nuckols b 10/17/1937 d 1/25/1939.

[BI13078] Name: «tab»L. J. Nuckols Gender: «tab»Male Baptism/Christening Date: «tab» Baptism/Christening Place: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»15 Feb 1896 Birthplace: «tab»Hanover, Virginia Death Date: «tab» Name Note: «tab» Race: «tab» Father (or Slave Owner): «tab»H. F. Nuckols Father's Birthplace: «tab» Father's Age: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»P. N. 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»508 Source Citation "Virginia Births and Christenings, 1853-1917," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/X56G-CF8 : accessed 6 April 2012), L. J. Nuckols (1896).

[NI13079] Family researcher toekneenuckols@msn.com

[NI13080] PAID DEATH NOTICES Publication: Richmond Times-Dispatch Date: 02-18-2001 E dition: City Thomas (Tommy) Lyndburgh Nuckols, age 70, of Mechanicsvill e, a retired employee of  Philip Morris, passed away suddenly Friday, Febr uary 16, 2001. He is survived by his  wife of 45 years, Harriet Maye Nucko ls; two daughters, Kathleen Nuckols Booth and her  husband, Terry Booth a nd Pamela Nuckols Allen and her husband, Sonny Allen; a son,  Antonio (Ton y) Nuckols; four grandchildren, Heather, Katelyn, Kodie and Christophe r;  four sisters, Dorothy Terrell and Blanche Alvis, both of Glen Allen, P earl Bateman of  Lexington, Ky. and Beulah Boswell of Clear Spring, M d. He was preceded in death by his  father, Lewis Taylor Nuckols; and h is mother, Lettie Page Nuckols. Mr. Nuckols was a  World War II Army veter an. Remains rest at the Atlee Chapel of Woody Funeral Home, 301  and Sha dy Grove Rd., Mechanicsville, where a funeral service will be held 2 p. m. Monday.  Entombment Signal Hill Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, memo rial gifts may be made to  the American Heart Association or National Kidn ey Foundation. From daughter Tony 7/2006 The family was researching the Nuckols and Cocke family connections.This w as when the Cocke family sold the old Henrico County Courthouse.My fath er received $14.oo.Mr.Cockes'partime secretary received $80,000.My fath er and aunt Dorothy did most of the research.

[NI13090] Millard & Myrtle lived on Red Bird Mission, not Stoney Fork. He ran a store/post office near where Connie Brock now lives. George lived on Cow Fo rk about a mile where Letcher and Millard lived. They were the childr en of Charles. They, also, were no physical relationship to the other Knuc kles who lived on Red Bird. This relationship was because Robert Knuckl es married a lady who already had a son who took the surname. My husband is cousin to the lineage thru marriage. Albert Knuckles is the son of Robert. Albert married Margie Lawson. Margie is first cous in to Ethel Brock my husbands mother. (posted at rootsweb message board) Charles walked back and forth each day from Knuckles Branch on Stoney Fork in Bell County to Lick Fork in Clay County where he worked for jacks on Davis Asher, son of Dillion Asher. jackson Davis Asher's wife was Margaret Hendrickson who was a daughter of John Hendrickson. John Hendrickson was a brother of Reuben hendrickson. This data provided by Franklin Knuckles who was a son of Millard Knuckles and Lydia Green. Franklin is a  grandson of Charles. From Randall Knuckles In the Kentucky Geological Survey for 1918, I found Charles Knuckles owned a coal mine off Collins Creek in Clay County. From the time period, I take this to be my GGF Charles C. and son of Robert from Stoney Fork. Don't know if Charles was living in Clay County at the time or travelled back and forth from Bell.

[BI13090] Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 about Charles Knuckle Name: «tab»Charles Knuckle Birth Date: «tab»28 May 1855 Birth County: «tab»Harlan Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Male Father's Name: «tab»Robert Knuckle Mother's Name: «tab»Margaret Hendry County of Residence: «tab»Harlan

[DI13090] Name:  «tab»Charles C Knuckles Death Date: «tab»6 Feb 1925 Death Location: «tab»Bell Residence Location: «tab»Bell Age: «tab»70 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»11 May 1854 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Robert Knuckles Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Margaret Hendrickson Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky #02808 Charles C Knuckles born 5/11/1854 Kentucky died 2/6/1925 Bell Co Ky father Robert Knuckles mother Margaret Hendrickson buried: Wasioto Cem 2/9/1925 cause: Influenza Source: 2-10-2000 The Pineville Sun, Looking Back 75 years. Charles C. Knuckles Dies At Home Of Son: Charles C. Knuckles, 70, died suddenly Thursday night at the home of his son on Big Log Mountain. Mr. Knuckles, who was well- known throughout th is section of the county, was born in the Red Bird neighborhood. He is survived by his wife Lucy, daughters Mrs. William Sizemore and Mrs. Simon Delph, and sons John, George, Jake, Millard, and Jim Knuckles.

[HI13092] (Research):«u»jeaninemariestein@yahoo.com  10/31/2008 «/u»the reason I started this search for my family is this. When I was around 7 years old my Great Grandmother told me she was part Indian. She had a little dark skin tone then most and a round face. Her name was Rowena Rowsey she married Rev. Roland Nicely. They had 9 children. I never thought anything of it until I got older and asked my Grandfather about it. He said his mother had always told him she came from a Virginia Indian Tribe but he didn't know which one, neither did my father. By then anyone else in my family that might have known anything was long gone. When I turned 45 I started checking on different sights and started a tree on Ancestry because I wanted to find out about this Indian Tribe. Now I'm 53 years old and I have only found Indians who married the children of my direct line. John Nicely who married Morning is the son of my 5th Great Grandfather Samuel Nicely Sr. John's brother Jonas is where my Nicely family line comes from. Looking at your web sight I see where my Rowsey family married into the Nuckles family a few different times. Anyway Thank You for tiring to help. When I get more info on Morning Nuckles I will let you know. Jeanine «u» «/u»

[NI13093] Ancestry submitted by JOY UHRIN «u»uhrinjoy@hotmail.com Ezekiel Fuller.«/u». b. 1653, Newport Parish,Isle of Wight,Va. d. June 24,1723 , Newport Parish, Va. m. 1699, Isle of Wight Va. Deborah Spivey , b.1680, Newport Parish, Va. d. ?? «u»Son: Arthur Fuller,«/u» b. 1718 Newport Parish,Ilse of Wight, Va. d. Oct 14,1797, Pittsylvania Co. Va. m. 1741, Sarah ?? ,Granville Co. NC. b.abt 1720, in Granville, NC. d.?? «u»Son : Zachariah Fuller,«/u» b.1755 Halifax Co ,Va. d.Dec.19.1834 , Turkey Cocke Creek, Pittsylvania Co,Va. m. Leticia Pearson 1784 ,Pittsylvania Co.VA. b.abt. 1767 , Pittsylvania Co. Va. d. ?? , Pittsylvania Co. VA. «u»Son: Jonathan Fuller«/u» b.1799, Callands ,Pittsylvania Co.Va. Jonathan Fuller, the son of Zachariah and Letty PEARSON Fuller, grew up on his father's farm on Turkey Cocke Creek in Pittsylvania Co., VA.A marriage license was issued on Jan. 26, 1827 to Jonathan Fuller and Mourning Nuckols.. She is the daughter of Josiah Nuckols and Milly Weatherford. Mourning grew up on her father's farm near Callands, Va. After their marriage, they lived in the Callands, Pittsylvania County,Va. for more than 20 years. In 1839 ,A slave owner and buyer went to Georgia, returned with great news of how the tobacco crops were bigger and better there seventeen families from that section of Pittsylvania County went from Virginia to Georgia, Jonathan Fuller's family was among those that went south along with his brother Solomon Fuller and family, They all settled near each other and were known as the "Little Virginia Colony" in Georgia.. They belonged to the Baptist denomination and tradition says they were devout Christians. Mourning, called "Monin", is said to have been sincere and very sure always of her religious belief. She had discussions with many on her religious ideas and they always ended with "Monin" declaring "Well, my son, my Bible don't read that way". Jonathan left her a widow, and the last years of her life, she spent visiting, from time to time, in the homes of her children. It is said that they had a large family,Some of their children were born in Virginia and some in Georgia.

[NI13094] «b»While searching the kentucky death certificates, I found a death certificate that listed Cave Hill Cemetery. I searched to see if I could find any more Nuckols burials in this cemetery and WOW!! I found that Jackson Cecil Nuckles buried his two infants there and in the grave next to his children was also a son of William Henry Nuckles. So we know they are closely related. William Henry is more likely to be Jacksons step brother, the son of Robert C Nuckols who married Lydia Viley. More preponderance of the evidence is Willoughby Viley Nuckols who has a plot in this same Cave Hill Cemetery.«/b» ( Section 17 Lot 41) «b»Robert married Viley in 1872 and this Wm Henry was born 1871. Not in 1880 census with them. This is very typical of families where the mother died, probably in childbirth and the child was sent to live with other family members. But this connection is assuredly possitive. If anyone can help with contacting these researchers, I would appreciate the info.«/b» William was sent to the Kentucky State prison for ten years in 1898 where he stayed four years before being transfered to Eddyville State prison in 1902 and died we think in 1906 ACCORDING TO HIS PRISON RECORDS HE WAS NEVER DISCHARED BUT IN 1906 THERES A CHECK MARK BY HIS NAME Posted to ancestry board 2002 Looking for any information on my GGGrandfather William Henry Nuckles born maybe around Frankfort, Ky. in 1873 both of his parents were from Va. William was married  to Mattie [Johnson] Hinton for sure. William and Mattie had at least three boys William Henry, Thomas, Benjamin. William Henry was sent to the the Kentucky State prison in 1895 for rape and recieved a ten year sentance. In 1902 he was transfered to the Eddieville State prison were we think he died in 1906. The only possible connect on to his parents maybe a Jack Nuckolls living in Johnson Co, Ky. in 1860 that had a Henry listed on the 1860 census Jack and his wife Margaret  as both born in Va. Any information would be helpful Posted by harry287  who remains anoymous (not able to contact 2008) 1900 Census says he was born KY, his father in VA and mother in KY

[XI13095] Section 23 Lot 853 Graves 1 and 2.

[NI13097] A young man of fine promise in the banking business. Hearn Family History pg 300

[DI13097] (Note- this obit names the wrong son of Samuel. Son Lewis lived beyond 1930 in Staunton VA) The Morning Herald 6/21/1899  Louis Nuckols Graduate of Kentucky University Dies in Chicago The news of the deth of Mr Louis Nuckols in Chicago on Monday night came as a great shock to his many friends in the city. Mr Nuckolls was a son of Mr Samuel Nuckols of Woodford county. He attended Kentucky university for several years, graduating in the class of 1894 with honor. Shortly after graaduation, Mr Nuckols removed to Chicago and engaged in business, in which he was exceedingly successful. He was a young man of exception al character and ability and was highly esteemed by all who knew him. The funeral will be held in Versailles in the morning No Headline (Mortuary Notice) Date: 1899-06-22; Paper: The Morning Herald Will Be Buried Here The body of Mr John Nuckols, not Louis, as erroneously reported who di ed in Chicago Monday night will arrive in Versailles this morning where t he funeral services will be held. The body will be brought to this city th is afternoon for interment.

[NI13100] 1850 Scott Co, KY pg 452 88/88 Asa Payne 62 b KY Sally W 47 KY Lewis Nuckolls 18 , student, KY George W Nuckolls, student, KY Samuel Nuckolls, student, KY (Source "The Nuckolls Family Vol 1 Part 2 of the History of the Bobbitts ", compiled and Published 1973 by Clyde Goddard, Rt 1 New Boston, MO 63557 ) Lewis Nuckols served as deacon in the Great Crossings Baptist Church in Ju ly 1872 Georgetown (News Article) Date: 1904-08-06; Paper: The Lexington Herald Georgetown Ky Aug 5 Painful Accident Mr Louis Nuckols, a popular farmer of the county met with a painful accide nt while harvesting hay. The machinery broke striking him in the face a nd breaking his jaw bone. The Lexington Herald, 3/31/1910 Mrs Louis Nuckols To Be Buried Today Funeral Will Be Held At Home At Payne's Depot This Afternoon Georgetown Ky Mar 30 - The funeral of Mr Lewis Nuckols, whose death occurr ed at his home at Payne's Depot, will take place Thursday afternoon at 2 o 'clock instead of at 10 o'clock in the morning, as was at first announce d. The pallbearers will be Messrs Ben H Peak, Romulus Payne, Charles Marvi n, William Peak, Thodes B Thomas, G Hayes Nunnelly and William Peak. The s ervices will be conducted by Dr B A Dawes and Rev T J Stevenson.

[NI13104] Date: 1911-12-25; Paper: The Lexington Herald Bertha Nuckols Reagan, at her request, discharged as committee for Walt on Nuckols, incompetent; and W M Peak selected in her stead , with a suri ty of $20,600.

[BI13104] Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 Name: «tab»Bertha Nuckols Birth Date: «tab»22 Mar 1875 Birth County: «tab»Scott Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Female Father's Name: «tab»Lewis Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»M Lew Peak County of Residence: «tab»Scott

[NI13105] Died Single. Chronic Myocarditis with psychosis and mental deficiency. Par ents are not named on death cert, but listed as both deceased. No informan t, only hospital records available. Place of residence at time of death w as Scott Co, Georgetown, KY 1910 Fayette Co, Lexington, KY-pg 128 East Ky lunatic asylum        John W Nuckols, 28, single KY KYKY WWI Draft Registration Sept 17 1918 Res RFD 8 Fayette Co, Lexington, KY Age 42 born Nov 11 1876 No occ; Kin-Mrs C W Reagaon, RFD 8 Fayette Co, Lexington, KY Med height, med build, brown eyes, black hair Has been adjudged of an unsound mind by a jury in Scott Co, KY, stateme nt of C W Reagan affidavit stated to be true. Signed Walton Nuckol Date: March 1, 1922 Location: Kentucky Paper: Lexington Herald Walton Nuckols of Payne's Depot was committed to the Eastern State Hospit al at Lexington today. R Q Ward, his trustee and Alton Glass took him to L exington.

[DI13105] Name:  «tab»Walton Nuckols Death Date: «tab»1 Dec 1945 Death Location: «tab»Fayette Residence Location: «tab»Fayette Age: «tab»69 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»11 Nov 1876 Birth Location: «tab»Scott, Kentucky

[NI13110] Elizabeth Hale where she donated two horses values at 290 and Mastin Ha le where he donated one horse valued at 175 to the soldiers.( Located on V a. Civil War Home Page). Grayson County Courthouse Orders Book Vol. 1867-1869 page 363. THE COURT DOTH APPOINTED MASTIN HAI L, GUARDIAN TO RIBERT, LEE AND CHARLES NUCKOLLS INFANT HEIRS OF CREED NUCK OLLS DECEASED AND THE SAID MASTIN HAIL TOGETHER WITH ELI--LE (?) HALE H IS SECURITY APPEARED IN THE COURT AND ENTERED INTO AND ACKNOWLEDGED A BO ND IN THE PENALTY OF ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS AS SUCH GUARDIAN WHICH BOND IS C ONDITIONED ACCORDING TO LAW 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. Mastin Hale 1 horse 175

[NI13111] Sheri J. West sheritwtp@wmconnect.com (req death cert obit 11/7/2003

[DI13111] Services for Wilbur E. Nuckols, 85, of McMinnville, who died March 7, 19 64 in a McMinnville convalescent home were held March 10 in the chap el of Macy and Son with interment at Pike Cemetery, Yamhill.   Mr. Nuckols, son of Andrew and Caroline Taylor Nuckols, was born March 1 9, 1878, in Clay Center, Kas.  He was raised and schooled in Missouri, com ing to Heppner when 21.  There on Dec. 23, 1908, he married Fuschia L. Din widdle.  Shortly after the marriage the couple moved to a farm northwe st of Yamhill and lived there for 28 years except for a three year peri od spent in Vancouver, Wash., during the war.  His wife predeceased h im in 1956.   He is survived by three sons, James L., Yamhill, Calvin B., Red Bluff, C alif., and Wilbur R., Myrtle Creek; three daughters, Mrs. Grace Lyon, Mr s. Mina DeGraff and Mrs. Lizette Planck, all of McMinnville; two sister s, Mrs. Phoebe Mollenkoph and Mrs. Mina Bridges, both of Rockville, Minn .; 19 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

[NI13113] Oregonian, The (Portland, OR) - June 21, 2001 Deceased Name: James L. Nuckols A funeral will be at 11 a.m. Friday, June 22, 2001, in Macy & Son in McMin nville for James L. Nuckols, who died June 19 at age 91. Mr. Nuckols was b orn May 14, 1910, in Yamhill. He was a logger and construction worker a nd later a Yamhill policeman, serving as chief from the late 1950s until r etiring in 1967. He was a maintenance engineer at the Masonic nursing ho me in Forest Grove until 1975. In 1934, he married Dorothy Shelton; she di ed in 1980. Survivors include his son, Leslie; brother, Bill; sisters, Liz ette Plank, Myna DeGraff and Grace Lyons; and four grandchildren. Interme nt in Pike Cemetery. Remembrances to the Oregon Stroke Association. James L. NUCKOLS  1910-2001     A celebration of life for former Yamhill (Or) resident James L. Nucko ls of Forest Grove (Or) will be held at 11 am Friday in the chapel of Ma cy & Son Funeral Directors McMinnville, Or.  The Rev Marion Ravan of the F irst Assembly of God Church, McMinnville will officiate.  Interment wi ll be in Pike Cemetery, Yamhill, Or. The funeral home will be open for vis itation until 7pm today. Mr Nuckols died June 19, 2001, in Forest Grov e.  He was 91. He was born May 14, 1910, in Yamhill (OR), the son of Wilb ur and Fuschia Dinwiddie Nuckols.  He was educated in Yamhill, Or. He and Dorothy Shelt on were married Oct 30, 1934, in Yamhill. As a young man he worked in t he logging industry.  He later helped build blimp bases for the Navy in Ti llamook, Or, as a civilian and worked in other construction jobs. In the m id-1950's, he joined the Yamhill Police Dept as an officer.  He was the Ya mhill police chief from the late 1950's to 1967 when he retired.  He th en was a mechanical engineer at the Masonic and Eastern Star Home, Fore st Grove, until 1975. Mr Nuckols enjoyed camping, fishing and fixing thing s. Survivors include a son, Leslie Nuckols of Beaverton, Or; a brother, Bi ll Nuckols of Sandpoint, Idaho; three sisters, Myna Degraff of McMinnvill e, Or; Lizette Plank of Amity, Or; and Grace Lyons of Anchorage, Alaska; a nd four grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the Oregon St roke Assoc in care of Macy & Son, 135 NE Evans St, McMinnville, Or 97128 Tomstone photos on CD

[DI13113] Oregon, Death Index, 1898-2008 about James Lewis Nuckols Name: «tab»James Lewis Nuckols Age: «tab»91 Birth Date: «tab»1910 Death Date: «tab»19 Jun 2001 Death Place: «tab»Washington Spouse: «tab»Doroth

[DI13114] Oregon, Death Index, 1898-2008 about Dorothy Ila Nuckols Name: «tab»Dorothy Ila Nuckols Age: «tab»63 Birth Date: «tab»30 Mar 1917 Death Date: «tab»8 Sep 1980 Death Place: «tab»Washington Spouse: «tab»James Certificate: «tab»80-16101

[DI13118] Possible ANNE E NUCKOLLS  02 Apr 1909 09 Oct 2002 (V) 48813 (Charlotte, Eaton, MI) (none specified) 373-56-5810 Michigan Social Security Death Index about Anne E. Nuckolls Name: «tab»Anne E. Nuckolls SSN: «tab»373-56-5810 Last Residence: «tab»48813  Charlotte, Eaton, Michigan, United States of America Born: «tab»2 Apr 1909 Died: «tab»9 Oct 2002 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Michigan (1967 )

[NI13120] Robert Timothy Riley was a miner and then a Minister of the Advent Christi an Church.  He was a circuit rider preacher, travelled by horse, and hor se and buggy.  He always had lots of stories to tell about the early circu it riding days. He was minister of the Advent Christian Church at Squire f or many years. In the Heritage of McDowell County, WVA, Book, Page 66, the following is w ritten: ELBERT ADVENT CHRISTIAN CHURCH - The work of the church started with pray er meetings in homes in 1919 by Rev. G. Pauley.  In 1920, Rev. Dan Christi an and Rev. Robert Riley began regular services in a grade school buildi ng located on Pinch Back in Elbert.  They travelled by horseback for servi ces on Saturday and Sunday. Later services were held in the Elbert Hall when the Methodist and Adve nt Christian group organized a joint Sunday School and Prayer meetings. The Advent Christian Church then moved to the Elbert Grade School for Sund ay services and Rev. Robert Riley was the pastor. The article continues to say that in 1946 the first church building was er ected, with Rev. George Hankins as pastor. Sharon Riley Wimmer told me that the older members of the Advent Christi an Church at Adria remembered Grandaddy from the early circuit riding da ys - they told her about his spending the nights with them when he ca me to preach.  The Adria Church published a booklet "Ministry on a Hill, A dria Advent Christian Church - A History: 1900 -  1995", which indicates t hat he served as minister from 1923 - 1925 and 1931 - 1936.  They placed p hotos of all previous ministers in the Church - Bobbie sent Sharon the pho to Mother had of Grandaddy to have copied for this purpose. Judy Riley Bjerke found a journal among things left by Uncle Woodrow, th at Grandaddy kept from 1916 - 1918.  It included his earnings, his expendi tures, including train fare, and the number of services, where they were h eld, and names of those people he baptized.  Judy made a copy of the journ al for me. Burial: July 05, 1967, Maplewood Cemetary, Tazewell, VA Cause of Death: Cerebral Hemorrhage; arteriosclerosis Occupation: Miner; Minister, Advent Christian Church Source: Obituary; funeral notice; death certificate

[HI13121] (Research):1870 Union Co, Maynardville, TN-pg 244 Jane Nuckles, 58 TN John 21 TN Nancy 19, TN 1880 Union Co, Maynardville, TN George W Cassaday, 46, Blacksmith, TN TN TN Nancy A, wife, 20, TN TN TN Charlton, son, 4 TN Andrew, son, 1, TN Jane NUCKLES, mother, 60, TN TN TN

[NI13122] *John Nuckles, a Farmer by occupation, later met and married Susan Warick in April 1871 in Knox Co. Tenn. She died in 1875 in Knox Co. Tenness ee after giving him two children: Florence and Berry. John then married Susan Warick's sister, Minda Warick in Tennessee in 1875. She and John had one son, Fletcher Henderson Nuckles, in Tennesee and then they moved to Tex as. Minda Warick Nuckles died 1879 in Denton co. Parium, Texas. In September 1888, John Nuckles married Ida Cox and they had five children: Edgar Augustus, Otis Esco (my grandfather), Ora M., John Lee, and Myrtle. Summary of Civil War Service compiled by Larry David Nuckels,Sr., great-gr andson of John Nuckles on 3-31-2002. 1920 Grayson Co, Whitesboro, TX Ed103 pg522       John Nuckels, 70 TN VA VA widower        Edgar R, son, 30 TN       John L, son, 25 TN        Mary E, Daughter In Law, 18 TX

[NI13123] Cemetery record gives birth date as 1869 Lyle family , Pioneer Settlers of Virginia New York, Lecouver Press 19 12 pg 221 Ida Oduskey Cox b 1870 m 1888 John Nuckles, farmer, Parvin Texas, b 1849 s on Spottswood Nuckles , m ______SMith. Issue, Edgar O, 1889, Odus E 1890 O ra Mae 1892 Lula Myrtle 1897 Her sister Nancy Louise Cox b 1872 md 1889 Russell Norris, farmer Celina T exas, son Thomas J Norris md Mary Nuckles. Thomas J and Mary are in the 19 20 Hopkins Co, TX census ages 27 and 25. Dau Gertrude age 7 and son Arth ur age 5

[NI13124] Name: Otus Esco Nuckels Titles: Gender: Male Marital status: Death date: 12 Feb 1982 Death county: Haskell Death place: Haskell, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998 Name: Otus Nuckels SSN: 452-20-8495 Last Residence: 79521  Haskell, Haskell, Texas, United States of America Born: 14 Dec 1890 Died: Feb 1982 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 )

[NI13125] Father:  George Ross KNIGHT (AFN:2S7B-JK)  Family Mother:  Eugenia Melissa MCWHORTER (AFN:2S7B-KQ) Name: Mary Elizabeth Nuckels Titles: Gender: Female Marital status: Death date: 08 Feb 1985 Death county: Haskell Death place: Haskell, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998 checked the smart matches between the two trees and found that you ha ve my great great aunt Mary Elizabeth Knight on your tree. I was wonderi ng if you would be willing to share what information you have on the fami ly and I am willing to do the same. Please let me know. Thanks! BreAnne (Knight) Lee breiversen@msn.com

[NI13126] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Lawrence E Nuckels Birth Year: 1919 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Texas State: Texas County or City: Haskell Enlistment Date: 30 Sep 1941 Enlistment State: Texas Enlistment City: Fort Bliss El Paso Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA Grade: Private Grade Code: Private Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Source: Civil Life Education: Grammar school Civil Occupation: Automobile Serviceman Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 70 Weight: 132 Victoria Advocate, The (TX) - October 20, 1999 Deceased Name: LAWRENCE E. NUCKELS POINT COMFORT -- Lawrence E. Nuckels, 80, of Point Comfort, died Tuesda y, Oct. 19, 1999.He was born Aug. 8, 1919, in Sadler, to the late Ot is E. and Mary Elizabeth Knight Nuckels. He was a veteran of World War I I, having served in the U.S. Army. He was a retired pot tender of Alc oa in Point Comfort where he served for 33 years. He was a member of Fir st Baptist Church of Port Lavaca and Jolly Elders at the church, a memb er of Alcoa 25-Year Club and VFW Post No. 4403. Survivors: wife, Martha Un derwood Nuckels; sons, Larry Nuckels of Cuero, Richard Nuckels of Kingma n, Ariz., and Tom Nuckels of Elgin; sisters, Dorothy Morton of Lubbock a nd Betty Berry of Haskell; nine grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. P receded in death by: one brother.Family visitation will be held fr om 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Colonial Funeral Home chapel. Services wi ll be 2 p.m. Friday at the funeral home, the Rev. David Bush officiatin g. Burial with full military honors will be at Greenlawn Gardens Cemete ry under the auspices of VFW Post No. 4403. Colonial Funeral Home, Port La vaca, (361) 552-9766.Memorials: American Cancer Society or donor's choice. Victoria Advocate, The (TX) - October 22, 1999 POINT COMFORT -- Services for Lawrence E. Nuckels, 80, of Point Comfort, w ho died Tuesday, will be 2 p.m. today at Colonial Funeral Home chapel, t he Rev. David Bush officiating. Burial with full military honors wi ll be at Greenlawn Gardens Cemetery under the auspices of VFW Post No. 440 3. Colonial Funeral Home, Port Lavaca, (361) 552-9766. Pallbearers: Earl B utler, Billy Pearce, Canty Herrington, Jack Gibson, Carol Abraham and Ot to Salena. Honorary pallbearers: Bill Summers and Rolli Williams. Memorials: American Cancer Society or donor's choice. Name: Lawrence E. Nuckels SSN: 451-26-8027 Last Residence: 77978  Point Comfort, Calhoun, Texas, United States of Ame rica Born: 8 Aug 1919 Died: 19 Oct 1999 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 ) Name: Lawrence Esco Nuckels Titles: Gender: Male Marital status: Death date: 19 Oct 1999 Death county: Victoria Death place: Victoria, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998

[NI13127] «b»Eulogy for Martha Nuckels «/b»Martha grew up on the farm in Dublin, Tx, and was the second of five children born to Fred and Ethyl Underwood. Upon graduation from Dublin High School, Martha attended Tarleton College in Stephenville, Tx for one year. She obtained her teaching certificate the following year and taught for several years in a one-room schoolhouse in Helotes, TX., teaching all grades. When World War II broke out, she and her older sister, Dorlene, became one of the many "Rosie the Riveters", working in the development of microfilm for the war department with Consolidated Aircraft Plant in Fort Worth. It was during one of these bus trips between Dublin and Fort Worth that she met and fell in love with Lawrence, who was serving as an army Military Policeman, escorting POW's. They were married in 1946, although her parents disapproved at first, and she had mailed the engagement ring back to him, only to change her mind and take the first bus to Stamford. We're glad she did! This union lasted until his death in 1999, following 53 years of committed marriage. Making their first home in Stamford, they later moved to Point Comfort in 1950, where Lawrence landed a job with Alcoa Aluminum, where they lived until his death. Martha was mostly a homemaker for her husband and three rambunctious boys. She was a den mother for boy scouts, hosted Tupperware parties, baked cookies as an elementary school home room mother, but will be remembered most for her dedication and service to Christ. Sundays were reserved for God. Her sons recall their "drug problem" growing up. They were drug to Sunday school and worship and mid-week Bible study on Wednesday nights, rain or shine, and she never missed a service in the small church of Christ just around the corner from their house. One of the most significant achievements, of which she was most proud, was her thousands of Bible school students, mostly coming from Nigeria and the Philippines (when moving mom, we found numerous spiral notebooks with names and addresses each one meticulously numbered, some notebooks containing 1,500 names.) Of these, an article was written about her in the World Bible School Newsletter in the late 1990's. It was a story featuring a preacher in Buthan City, The Philippines. His name was Agapio Catamora. She had taught him and he was baptized by a missionary in that country. He later became the evangelist for the Lumbocan Church of Christ in Butuan City, Philippines. We have stacks of photographs from him of the hundreds of people he had taught and baptized over the years. Following his death, mom continued to correspond with his daughter for many years. She lamented over not being able to continue with her teaching. Growing up in Point Comfort, we didn't have a lot, materially, but we were rich with a great legacy, being taught by our father through his absolute lack of prejudice, loving all people regardless of race, color or status in life and for his being totally head over heels in love with our mother. From mom, we are eternally grateful for her being our first teacher of faith in Jesus and for her unwavering commitment to her Lord we will be forever grateful. In her last years, when the Alzheimer's robbed her of those precious memories, first of her knowledge of the years in P.C., then of her childhood, and finally her children's names, the one thing that we could still do, which is now precious time to me is that we could go out into the courtyard of the nursing home and there she along with Larry, Barbara, Janice and I would sing those old hymns of faith. She could remember the words through the singing of those songs of faith. That to me, was amazing and glorious…to be able to still share that part of her life…if not but just for a few moments…when we would sing together, and harmonize«i»…"To the work, to the work! We are servants of God, Let us follow the path that our Master has trod-Let us hope, and trust, let us watch, and pray, and labor till the Master comes." "I have fought the good fight; I have kept the faith…"-2 Timothy 4:7-8. Mom has finished the race before us. She was "A worthy woman…whose price is far above rubies."-Proverbs 10:10 «/i»

[BI13127] Name: Martha Maud Underwood Date of Birth: 17 Aug 1925 Birth County: Erath Certificate Number: 53735 Roll Number: 1925_0018

[DI13127] Published in Victoria Advocate on September 23, 2011 CUERO - Martha Nuckels, age 86, passed away on Thursday, September 22, 2011. She was born on Aug. 17, 1925 in Dublin to Fred Davis Underwood and Ethel Faye Lemmons Underwood.She was a homemaker and lifelong member of the Church of Christ in Point Comfort. Martha had also taught numerous students through its World Bible School program. Following her illness in 2002 she moved to Cuero to be near her son.Survivors: sons, Larry Nuckels and wife Barbara of Cuero, Tom Nuckels and wife Janice of Elgin; daughter-in-law, Dorothy B. Nuckels of Golden Valley, Ariz.; nine grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; sisters, Dorlene Harris of Corpus Christi, Judy Hallmark of Grandbury, Patricia Bowlsby of Garland; and a brother, John Underwood of Dublin.Preceded in death by: parents; husband, Lawrence E. Nuckels; and son, Richard Nuckels.Visitation will be from 6-8 p.m. on Friday at Thiele-Cooper Funeral Home.The funeral service will be at 10 a.m. on Saturday at the funeral home. A graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday at Greenlawn Gardens Cemetery in Port Lavaca.In lieu of flowers the family requests memorials to Lifeline Chaplaincy. Online guest book may be signed at thielecooper.com. Arrangements by Thiele-Cooper Funeral Home in Yoakum, 361-293-5656. Social Security Death Index about Martha Maude Nuckels Name: «tab»Martha Maude Nuckels Last Residence: «tab»77954  Cuero, De Witt, Texas Born: «tab»17 Aug 1925 Died: «tab»22 Sep 2011 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Texas (Before 1951)

[NI13133] CLINE EDWIN SHRADER...................7-20-1956.........12-18-1969 (son of Lee Andrew "Andy" Shrader, 1914-1982 & Edith Eugenia Baker,1911-19 82. (See # 25 for Baker lineage) Lee Andrew  "Andy"Shrader s/o Samuel Hen ry Shrader, 1891-1979 & Ocie Lee Tabor, 1893-1975, Samuel Henry Shrader, s /o Rufus Jackson Shrader , 1862-1954 & Corrilda Alcie Sluss (his first wif e), 1861-1930, Rufus Jackson Shrader, s/o David Shrader, Jr., b. abt 1820- d. aft. 1878 & *Chloe Dillion, b abt 1830 d. bef. May 14 1878 (this was marriage da te of David Shrader, Jr., to his second wife Elizabeth "Lizzie" Coleman ), David Shrader, Jr., s/o David "Dave" Shrader, Sr., b. 1775 MD d. 18 79 & Rhoda Nuckles, b. abt 1780 d. after 1850, David "Dave" Shrader, Sr ., was the POSSIBLE son of Johannas Christian Shrader. Johannas Christi an Shrader arrived in America on 12 Dec., 1754, on the ship "NEPTUNE" who se captain was William Malane. Johannas Christian Shrader was 30 years of age when he disembarked on the shores of America. This COULD BE our John ( The Immigrant) Shrader. This would mean Johannas Christian Shrader was bo rn abt 1734 and this certainly fits with our John Shrader's arrival. Howev er, as far as I know there is no documented proof that this was our ancest or). David "Dave" Shrader, Sr., the brother of Henry  Shrader, Sr. All t he children of Samuel Henry Shrader & Ocie Lee Tabor  are direct descendan ts of both David & Henry Shrader, Sr. Samuel Henry Shrader was a direct descendant of David "Dave" Shrader, Sr.,  and Ocie Lee Tabor w as a direct descendant of the brother of David "Dave" Shrader, Sr., Her ny Shrader, Sr. Source http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/tazewell/ce meteries/tabor4.txt

[NI13135] Isaac Bell,Sr.Pennsylvania.Born about 1750.No Wife listed.Children..Isa ac Bell,Benjamin Bell,Johnston Bell,Ephriam Bell....Isaac Bell (2( born ab out 1792 in Beaver County Pennsylvania.A question here,some say he was bo rn in Paxtang,Lancaster County,Pennsylvane.He died May 7,1882 in Pocahonta s,Tazwell County,Virginia.He was married 3 times that I have showing.Ro da Slater,Elizabeth Pines,and last,Nancy Shrader,daughter of David Shrad er Sr.and Rhoda Knuckles on September 21 1824 in Tazwell County,Virginia.M arried by William V.Shannon.Nancy Shrader was born about 1803 in Va.Isa ac Bell and Nancy Shrader had the following children.(1)David Bell,(2)Benj amin Henderson Bell,(3)James Bell,(4)John G.Bell,(5)Samuel Bell.David Be ll was born on July 6,1825 in Tazwell County Virginia,died Jan 1,1903 in B ramwell,Mercer County,W.Va.Other information shows that David died Sept.1, 1903 of Neuralgia.He was a farmer.He was married to Charlotte Shrader(Daug hter of James Britton Shrader and Mary "Polly" Day.Married on March 1,18 48 in Tazwell County,Va.Charlotte was born about 1832 in Crockets Cove,Taz well County,Va.She died about 1875.Children listed are,Elizabeth "Betsy"Be ll,Clarriss Bell was born about 1852,died Feb 28,1854,James W.B.Bell.If an yone can connect or recognizes any of these bell's please let me know,my e mail is elizabeth_a_maynor1999@yahoo.com.

[NI13147] SAMPSON  MARY  E  058  JEFFERSON  INDIANA  05-12-1969  024  11768  1969  I nformant on death cert- Mrs Richard Wallace, 1917 N Larkspur Dr, Clark C o, Jeffersonville, IN Mary was informant on mothers death cert 1954. Gave her address as 1756 Wi lson Ave, Louisville, KY, Mrs Ralph Simpson

[XI13147] St Anthony Cemetery

[NI13148] 1930 Jefferson Co, Louisville, KY Filmore S Sampson, head, 25, md21, rent, KY KY IN, store salesman Pearl E, wife, 23 md19 KY KY KY James H, son, 2, KY Adah, mother, 53, widow IN  OH OH Ralph, brother, 19, md17, KY IN IN factory laborer Mary E, sister in law, 19 md 17 KY K Y KY Mary was widowed at time of her death. Cannot verify Ralph death as 1969. Have seen a tree with that deth date.

[NI13153] Past and present of Saline County, Missouri Author: Napton, William Barclay, 1839-1913 Publisher: Indianapolis, Ind. : B.F. Bowen & Company, Publ Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT Robert H Nuckle, D. O. Though young in years as well as practice the firm of Nuckles Brothers has already popularized osteopathy at Marshall and in the surrounding country that they enjoy a good patronage. Thoroughly educated in their profession, attentive to business, of genial adress and courteous to all, their five offics in the city are the goal of many callers and the enterprizing young physicians begin to enjoy the prosperity that comes from a numerous clientel. The father of the members of this firm came to Missouri in about 1870 being a native of Virginia. He engaged in farming in  Pike county after coming to this state, and in 1892 moved to a place near Marshall where he still resides. He married Ella Robinson, of Pike county, Missouri, by whom he has two sons. George T. and Robert H., who are associated together in the practice of osteopathy. R. H. Nuckles, the elder, was born in Pike county, Missouri, December 17, 1874, and was reared on a farm, obtaining his education in the country schools. In 1893 he entered Missouri Valley College, took four years' work and came out well equipped in those departments of learning taught at such institutions. His next step was matriculation in the American School of Osteopathy at Ivirksville, Missouri. He obtained a degree from that fine school in the fall of 1899 and immediately set about his entrance into a profession for a lifetime career. Selecting Marshall as a live city and a suitable location for a live man, he decided to "hang out his shingle" there and seek no further. All the signs indicate that he chose well, as there is every indication of prosperity about the premises of Doctor Nuckles. In' 1900 Doctor Nuckles married Bessie B.. daughter of Jerry Baker, now a resident of Fresno, California. Mrs. Nuckles was born in Monroe countv, Missouri. The Doctor and wife have two children, Ella Frances and Florence Marie. Dr. Nuckles belongs to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Knights of Pythias, Knights of the Maccabees, and is also a member of the National and State Osteopathic Associations. He and his wife are members of the Cumberland Presbyterian church.

[DI13153] Death Cert Robert Herring Nuckles Died 5/20/1960 Saline Co, Marshall, MO Res Saline Co, Marshall MO 566 S Odell Ave 5 yrs White, Male, married, Physician, Osteopathic D.O., SS# 499-42-8844 Born 12/17/1874 Bowling Green, age 85 Father Richard Nuckles Mother Ellah Eugenia Robinson Wife Bessie Baker Nuckles Informant Dr Richrd T Nuckles, Marshall, MO Buried 5/22/1960 Ridge Park Cemetery, marshall, MO Name: Robert Herring Nuckles Birth Date: 17 Dec 1874 Death Date: 20 May 1960 b. Bowling Green, Mo., par. Richard Nuckles and Ellah Eugenia Robinson Nuckles, wife, Bessie Baker Nuckles #6591 Ridge Park Cemetery Association of Marshall, Saline County, Missouri Part II Incorporated August 17, 1885

[NI13154] Name: Alice Mildred Dyer [Alice Mildred Simmons] Social Security #: 490427840 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 10 Jun 1908 Birthplace: Missouri Death Date: 30 Nov 1988 Death Place: Kern Mother's Maiden Name: Ferguson FATHER'S SURNAME: Simmons

[NI13156] Kansas City Star, The (MO) - February 24, 1993 Deceased Name: George T. Nuckles Jr. George Taylor Nuckles Jr., 76, Grandview, former co-owner of Jimmel's TV a nd Camera Repair, died Feb. 22, 1993, in the Grandview Manor Care Cente r. Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Newcomer's Floral Hills Chapel; b urial in Floral Hills Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thurs day at the chapel. The family suggests contributions to the American Canc er Society. Mr. Nuckles and his wife owned the repair shop in the Argenti ne area of Kansas City, Kan., for nine years; they retired in 1981. Earlier he worked for Sears, Roebuck and Co. and the Missouri and Singer s ewing machine companies. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. He was bo rn in Kirksville, Mo., and lived in this area most of his life; he also li ved in Marshall, Mo. Survivors include his wife, Dortha L. Nuckles of the home; two sons, Paul Nuckles, Independence, and Neil Albauer, Canoga Park, Calif.; a daughter, Denise Walters, Blue Springs; a sister, Dorothy Farmer, Independence; a half brother, Richard Nuckles, Ridgecrest, Calif.; three grandsons; and a great-granddaughter. Name: George T. Nuckles SSN: 486-07-0294 Last Residence: 64030  Grandview, Jackson, Missouri, United States of Amer ica Born: 27 Mar 1916 Died: 22 Feb 1993 State (Year) SSN issued: Missouri (Before 1951 )

[NI13157] Dorothy is named as adopted in the 1930 census Brothers obit 1993 names sister Dorothy Farmer

[BI13157] Name: «tab»Dorothy M. Farmer SSN: «tab»494-14-2768 Last Residence: «tab»64055  Independence, Jackson, Missouri, Born: «tab»24 Apr 1920 Last Benefit: «tab»64055  Independence, Jackson, Missouri, Died: «tab»25 Oct 2001 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Missouri (Before 1951)

[BI13158] Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 about Hannah Knuckles Name: «tab»Hannah Knuckles Birth Date: «tab»15 Aug 1858 Birth County: «tab»Harlan Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Female Father's Name: «tab»Robert Knuckles Mother's Name: «tab»Hendrickson County of Residence: «tab»Harlan

[BI13161] Name: Bobbie Ellen Nuckles Date of Birth: 9 Jul 1911 Birth County: Hardeman Certificate Number: 30643 Roll Number: 1911_0008

[DI13161] Name: «tab»Bobbie E. Gerald Death Date: «tab»19 Mar 1973 Death Place: «tab»Sweetwater, Nolan, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»61 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1912 Birth Date: «tab»7/9/1911 Birthplace: «tab»Chillicothe, TX Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»L. J. Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Kathryn Hendricks Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Garden of Memories Burial Place: «tab»Sweetwater, TX Burial Date: «tab»3/21 Additional Relatives: «tab»Inf-Pat Gerald, husband Film Number: «tab»2242621 Digital Film Number: «tab»4167715 Image Number: «tab»1300 Reference Number: «tab»23060 Source Citation"Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J69X-RRW : accessed 6 May 2012), L. J. Nuckles in entry for Bobbie E. Gerald, 1973.

[BI13162] Name: Joe Tom Nuckles Date of Birth: 2 Jun 1910 Birth County: Hardeman Certificate Number: 20644 Roll Number: 1910_0007

[DI13162] Name: «tab»Joe Tom Nuckles Death Date: «tab»31 Oct 1969 Death Place: «tab»Vernon, Wilbarger, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»59 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab»6/2/1910 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Chillicothe TX Marital Status: «tab»md Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»L. J. Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Katherine Hendricks Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Chillicothe Cemetery Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»10/31/1969 Additional Relatives: «tab»Inf-Marie Nuckles Film Number: «tab»2218375 Digital Film Number: «tab»4168835 Image Number: «tab»2795 Reference Number: «tab»2809 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J64Q-HLJ : accessed 6 May 2012), Joe Tom Nuckles, 1969. Social Security Death Index Name: Joe Nuckles SSN: 455-09-6885 Born: 2 Jun 1910 Died: Oct 1969 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 )

[NI13168] Terre Haute Tribune, Friday, Sept 20 1935, Terre Haute, Ind Alvin Nuclolls, 69 years old of Lewis Ind died at 7 o'clock Thursday eveni ng at St Anthony's Hospital. He is survived by the widow Nellie; two son s, Seba and Lewis, both of Lewis, Ind.' three daughters, Miss Fern Nuckol ls of Terre haute, Mrs Della Harris of Detroit Mich and Mrs Sarah Give ns of Terre haute; four sisters, Mrs Ella Roberts of Terre Haute, Mrs Rho da Barns of Jasonville, Ind and Jeanette Reynolds and Veora Scott of Hymer a, Ind and sic grandchildren. The body was removed to the Gillis Funeral H ome of the dau Miss Fern Nuckolls, 919 North Third St, from where funer al services will be held Sat afternoon at 1:30 with burial in Friendly Gro ve Cemetery W. H. HOFFMAN'S CITY DIRECTORY Wm H. HOFFMAN'S Clay County IND Directory 1 921 Nuckolls Alvin (Nellie) r 2 Nuekolls Louis r 2 Nuckoils Seba (Bula) r 2 Family researcher troy.pennington@fuse.net Name:    Nuckles County:    Clay Birth Date:    - Mar 1894 Reference:    Clay County, Indiana Index to Birth Records 1882 - 1920 Inclusive Volume I Letters A - K Inclusive Clay County, Indiana Index to Birth Records 1882 - 1920 Inclusive Volume 2 Letters L - Z Inclusive Book:    H-4 Page:    17

[NI13171] Bloomington (IN) Weekly Courier, May 24, 1910, p. 1 Veteran of 2 Wars is Found Dead John Nuchols, Mexican and Civil War Soldier Died of Heart Attack A soldier's funeral was given to John Nuchols, a Mexican and Civil war vet eran who was found dead late Saturday evening at his home, corner of Fir st and Henderson streets. Wrapped in the folds of an American flag, with h is G.A.R. badge pinned on his breast, the funeral of the deceased was he ld at the headquarters of the Post in the court house at two o'clock th is afternoon. The Rev. Amzi Atwater conducted the service.Nuchols lived al one and was missed by his comrades from the Post meeting held Saturday aft ernoon. He invariably came to the square on Saturday afternoon to purcha se his Sunday grocery supplies, and his absence Saturday caused no litt le uneasiness among his soldier friends. Capt. Allen and Moses St. Clair w ent out to the house and finding all the doors locked, were compelled to g et an axe and pry open a window. There they found the body of their comra de cold in death. Coroner Rogers pronounced the trouble organic heart dise ase.Nuchols was a member of the battery under Capt. Allen in the Civil Wa r. Born October 15, 1826, the deceased was 83 years old last October. He e nlisted in Capt. John Sluss's company of Mexican war veterans in 1846 a nd was discharged in 1847. He then enlisted in 1862 with Capt. W. J. All en in the 20th Indiana Battery, and at the end of the war was discharged w ith the company June 28, 1865 in Indianapolis.For many years Nuchols follo wed brick moulding.He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Katherine Hoff er of Brazil, who was here to attend the funeral service.The body was inte rred at Rose Hill cemetery.Pall bearers were: J. T. Eller, Moses St. Clai r, William Hepley, R. R. Strong, Newton Fee and John Bonsall. 1860 Census has a child Marion age 10 (male) and Sarah age 8. Unknown moth er since John did not marry Susan until 1849 Brazil mentioned in obit was Clay Co, IN, as Susan was living in 1870 wi th her 2 children Dau Alice was born 9/7/1877 and married Alonzo Morris 2/16/1902 in Washing ton Co, IN. Maggie married c1884 to John Roby. Alice appears with th em as a stepdaughter in the 1900 Census of Washinton Co, In. Alonzo and Al ice moved to Monroe Co, Bloomington, IN by 1910, and so did John Nuckle s. He died there in 1910 living fairly close to Alice. Do not know why dau ghter Alice not named in his obit.

[XI13171] Rose Hill Cemetery, Bloomington, Monroe Co, IN NUCKOLS, James 6/7/1800-1/27/1890 NUCKOLS, John 10/15/1826-5/23/1910 NUCKOLS, John 12/1811-9/1/1869 NUCKOLS, infant died 8/16/1861 <---- unknown

[NI13174] 1920 Reno Co, Reno, KS pg12     Sarah R Jones, 54, head, Div IA KY IN       Leota M, dau, 23 KS      Harold E, son, 14 KS       Harry, son, 14 KS       Martha Nuckolls, Sister, 64, IA KY IN

[NI13175] 1920 Reno Co, Reno, KS pg12     Sarah R Jones, 54, head, Div IA KY IN       Leota M, dau, 23 KS      Harold E, son, 14 KS       Harry, son, 14 KS       Martha Nuckolls, Sister, 64, IA KY IN

[NI13177] Mother married William Roger Morris on 23 March 1936.  I was born 20 Oct 1 940 and my brother was born on 21 May 1943.  They were divorced sometime a bout 1944 (I will search for the papers) and she then married Harold Lyndon McKee on 20 Sept. 1947.  Bill and I we re adopted by Hal and our birth certificates changed to reflect our new na mes, and Bill's name was changed from William Roger Morris, jr. to Willi am Harold McKee.  (something to really confuse future generations!).  Ju st to complete the record, Dad was born 12 Aug 1898 and died 26 Oct 1979.

[DI13196] Name: «tab»Montie Barksdale Bearden Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»05 Jul 1959 Death Place: «tab»Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama Gender: «tab»Female Race (Original): «tab» Race (Standardized): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»89y Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1870 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»William Nuckols Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Mellisa Fox

[DI13197] Name: «tab»Semmie Jane Sheflett Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»21 Mar 1942 Death Place: «tab»Adamsville, Jefferson, Alabama Gender: «tab»Female Race (Original): «tab» Race (Standardized): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»70y 5m Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1872 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab»L. T. Sheflett Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»William Virgel Nuckols Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Malissa Smith Mother's Titles & Terms (Original):

[DI13198] Name: «tab»Carrie Frances Reece Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»21 Jun 1956 Death Place: «tab»Pell City, St. Clair, Alabama Gender: «tab»Female Race (Original): «tab» Race (Standardized): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»78y Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1878 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»William V. Nuckols Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Malissia Jane Smith

[DI13201] Name: «tab»Annie G. Tinklepaugh Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»30 Jun 1974 Death Place: «tab»Tuscaloosa, Tuscaloosa, Alabama Gender: «tab»Female Race (Original): «tab» Race (Standardized): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»79y Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1895 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Maynard Nuckols Father's Titles & Terms (Original):

[NI13203] In 1982, after reading Beatrice Bailey's book on the Nuckles family, Steph en wrote to more than two dozen Nuckles families to try to get some inform ation on the family tree.  By far the most fruitful contact was a kind L DS lady name Zora Nuckles living in Orem, Utah.  Zola sent us her tie to t he Nuckles clan through her marriage to Kenneth Russel Nuckles, who in tu rn was linked to George W. Nuckles of Pt. Pleasant, WV.  Her charts show ed George with a son named John Eubanks, but she had no further informati on on George's sons.

[DI13203] Athens Messenger, Tuesday April 10, 1951 pg12 Athens, Ohio G W Nuckles Dies, Aged 85 Middleport- George W Nuckles, 85 , retired Baltimore and Ohio railroad eng ineer, died Monday at the home of a daughter, Mrs Russell Rice of Story 's Run, after and extended illness. Mr Nuckles formerly lived in Huntingto n. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs Rice, Mrs Hugh M Libby of Phoenix a nd Mrs Rowley Stark of Denver; a son, Walter Nuckles of Huntington and a b rother C E nuckles of Sunbury, Ohio. Friends may call at the Rawlings-Coa ts funeral home, where arrangements are being made. Burial will be at Hunt ington.

[NI13204] This from gencircles  SYKES@TB.com Ronald Sykes Earney J Withers (Wife) b. 24 Jan 1874 in Ben Lomond, West Virginia, U Mary F Withers (Wife) b. 16 Sep 1876 in Ben Lomond, West Virginia, U 1951 of Huntington WV Death Cert claims born 1/4/1866 but 1900 census says Jan 1867 which is mo re in line with the birth of his sibling in Aug 1865. Informant on death cert Mrs Ernest Pittman

[NI13205] In 1982, after reading Beatrice Bailey's book on the Nuckles family, Steph en (my son) wrote to more than two dozen Nuckles families to try to get so me information on the family tree.  By far the most fruitful contact w as a kind LDS lady name Zora Nuckles living in Orem, Utah.  Zola sent us h er tie to the Nuckles clan through her marriage to Kenneth Russel Nuckle s, who in turn was linked to George W. Nuckles of Pt. Pleasant, WV.  Her c harts showed George with a son named John Eubanks, but she had no furth er information on George's sons. Wesley Otis Nuckles 8/2001 Informant on death cert 1916 - H Rinke, Flat River, MO

[MI13205] (Medical):Died in the flu epidemic possibly caused by working in the lead mines

[DI13205] Informant on death cert 1916 - H Rinke, Flat River, MO

[NI13206] 1930 Delaware Co, Kingston, OH        Azel A Nuckles, head, 53, WV VA VA md 33        Nellie G, wife, 39 OH OH OH md 18       Kermit E, son, 8, OH       next household        Charles E Muckles, head, 63, WV WV WV md 30       Mayme, wife, 53, WV WV WV md 25       Thomas Withers, father in law, 86, widowed, WV NUCKLES, Azel Addison       Death date: 11/2/1941, Delaware Coun ty       Certificate #70914

[NI13207] Death cert name father J McCavitt

[DI13207] Name:  «tab»Clara Arminta/Nuckles Sex: «tab»Female Death Date: «tab»16 Jul 1900 Death Place: «tab»Cologne, Mason, West Virginia Age at Death: «tab»41y 8m Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Funeral Home: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»15 Nov 1858 Birth Place: «tab»Cologne, Mason, West Virginia Marital Status: «tab»M Spouse: «tab»J. E./Knuckles Occupation: «tab» Address: «tab» Residence: «tab» Mother: «tab»Sarah/McCanitt Mother's Birth Place: «tab» Father: «tab»J./McCavitt Father's Birth Place: «tab» Informant:

[NI13208] After Walter died she remarried a Mr. Mannering and had a daughter Bertha Name:  «tab»Alma M Nuckles Age: «tab»17 Birth Date: «tab»abt 1908 Marriage Date: «tab»9 May 1925 Marriage Location: «tab»St Louis, St Louis, Missouri Marriage County: «tab»Jefferson Spouse Name: «tab»Lucas F Roth Spouse Age: «tab»23 Spouse Birth Date: «tab»abt 1902 Mother's Name: «tab»Mrs. Rosa Manering

[NI13209] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Res St Francois Co, River Mines, MO Age 20 Born Jan 3 1898 Centerleading? Mill, St Joe Land Co Kin-Mary Magdalene Nuckles, same address Med height, med build, blue eyes, brown hair Signed 9/12/1918 Oatis Mefford Nuckles He lived most of his life in the vicinity of Bonne Terre, Flat River (n ow Park Hills), and St. Louis MO.  My parents met in St. Louis where Ot is was a construction foreman on the giant grain elevators on the St. Lou is docks.  They were married, both for the second time, in Flat Rive r, MO in about 1930.  When that job was completed they moved to Alban y, NY where he continued in construction and became a local labor busine ss agent.  Otis missed his farming roots and moved the family to Castleton -on-Hudson, NY in 1941, a 25 acre farm, where he continued being a busine ss agent while running the farm as well.  The family moved to Tucson, AZ f or his health in 1948. There he held a variety of jobs until he retir ed in 1970.  He died April 12, 1974 and his ashes may be found in a memori al at South Lawn Cemetery in Tucson.  My Mom lived in Tucson for several y ears and later joined my wife and me in West Hills, CA.  She died in in Ca noga Park, CA on May 25, 1991 and her ashes were placed with Otis' in Sou th Lawn Cemetery in Tucson. Otis told me that his father had left home at an early age and had go ne to work in the lead mines.  This corresponds to Walter living in the Bo nne Terre/Flat River MO area.  His death certificate listed his occupati on as foreman in the lead mines and his death was on January 26, 1916.  T he lead mines of Bonne Terre are still open and conducting tours.  Althou gh Aunt Alma claimed that Walter died in the flu epidemic it would not sur prise me if the lead mines had not had an effect on his health and early d eath (age 45). I found out after my Dad's death that he had been married to a Mary Magda lene McDonald (or phonetic equiv.) and that he had had two children, a b oy and a girl.  The boy (name?) died in an airplane crash during WWII.  T he girl I have no info on. by Wesley Otis Nuckles (Aug 1, 2001)

[NI13216] met and married her first husband, Carson Brown, in Massachusetts.  He to ok her to St. Louis where he abandoned her with child and joined the Nav y, not to be heard of again.  Jeanette met and married Otis there in St. L ouis and raised the child, Richard Carson Brown.  Richard   raised seven c hildren.  He now resides in Bellevue, Washington. California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Jeannette Sylvia Nuckles [Jeannette Sylvia Duquett] Social Security #: 526388587 Sex: FEMALE Birth Date: 22 Feb 1903 Birthplace: Vermont Death Date: 23 May 1991 Death Place: Los Angeles Mother's Maiden Name: Richard Father's Surname: Duquett

[NI13231] THE FARMINGTON TIMES, Farmington, St. Francois Co. MO,"County Corresponden ce - Esther" column, Jan. 11, 1912 JOHNIE NUCKLES John, the eleven-year-old son of Walter and Rosie Nuckles, died last Sund ay morning after a very brief illness. His sudden death was a great sho ck to the people of Esther, all of whom were his friends. In spite of t he bitter cold weather the church was filled with sorrowing schoolmates, t eachers, relatives and friends at the funeral service, which was conduct ed by his pastor, Rev. L. D. Nichol, on Monday at 11 o'clock, after whi ch his body was laid to rest in the beautiful cemetery of Bonne Terre. Joh nie will be greatly missed at Sunday school, at the public school and at h ome. The sorrowing parents, little sisters and brother have the sympat hy of the entire town.

[NI13235] Social Security Death Index about Alma M. Roth Name: «tab»Alma M. Roth SSN: «tab»489-50-9464 Last Residence: «tab»33590  Holiday, Pasco, Florida, Born: «tab»22 May 1907 Last Benefit: «tab»33590  Holiday, Pasco, Florida, Died: «tab»Jun 1994 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Missouri (1962 )

[DI13236] Social Security Death Index about Nova V. Ramp Name: «tab»Nova V. Ramp «tab» SSN: «tab»365-30-9785 Last Residence: «tab»49002  Portage, Kalamazoo, Michigan,  Born: «tab»17 Jul 1912 Died: «tab»Jan 1994 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Michigan (Before 1951) Name: «tab»Nova V. Ramp Gender: «tab»Female Burial Date: «tab» Burial Place: «tab» Death Date: «tab»07 Jan 1994 Death Place: «tab»Portage, Kalamazoo, Michigan Age: «tab»81 Birth Date: «tab»1913 Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab» Race: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Rosa Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Indexing Project (Batch) Number: «tab»B03243-9 System Origin: «tab»Michigan-EASy Source Film Number: «tab»2113953 Reference Number: «tab»69 Source Citation"Michigan, Deaths and Burials, 1800-1995," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FHCY-KNT : accessed 11 June 2012), Nuckles in entry for Nova V. Ramp, 1913.

[NI13240] Jonesboro Evening Sun, Jonesboro, AR Friday June 3, 1983 Gene Nuckles, 66, of Monette died Wednesday at his home. A retired busines sman, he was born at Marainna and moved to Blytheville in 1956 where he li ved until he moved to Monette in 1977. He was a member of the Monette Fir st Assembly of God. Survivors include his wife, Mrs Clemie (Grant) Nuckl es of the home; a step son Cleo Massey of Blytheville; a brother Carl J oe Bob Nuckles of Centerville, ILL and two grch. Funeral services wi ll be held Sat afternoon at 2 at the Monette First Assembly of God with R ev J R McElhannon officiating. Burial will follow in Elmwood Cemetery in B lytheville under the direction of Cobb Funeral Home of Blytheville. The bo dy will lie in state Friday at the funeral home and Saturday at the Monet te Assembly og God.

[NI13241] Jonesboro Evening Sun, Jonesboro, AR Monday June 8 1981 Earl L Nuckles, 59, of Mountain View died at his residence Saturday aftern oon. Born in Arkansas, he was a retired service station attendant and w as formerly of Monette. He is survived by three brothers, Gene Nuckl es of Monette, Elmer Nuckles of Mountain View and Carl Nuckles of Ea st St Louis, Illinois; and several nieces and nephews. Services will be he ld at 2:30 Tuesday afternoon at the Gregg Funeral Home chapel in Monette w ith the Rev Arthur Phelps officiating. Burial will follow in Monette Memor ial Cemetery with Gregg Funeral Home in charg. Active pallbearers inclu de George Holland, William Holland, Orville Halsey, Bill Ware, Urell Dudl ey and Rufus Cornish.

[NI13242] Obituary Date: 2/14/2003 11:12:42 PM Jonesboro Sun, Jonesboro, AR CAHOKIA, Ill. -- Carl F. "Joe Bob" Nuckles, 71, of Cahokia died Tuesday, F eb. 11, at Memorial Hospital in Belleville, Ill. Born in Lake City, he gr ew up in the Monette area. He was retired from McDonnell Douglas in St. Lo uis and was a member of American Legion Post No. 784, the Centreville Men 's Club and Emeth Lodge No. 1030 AF & AM, all in Cahokia. Survivors inclu de his wife, Frances M. Woods Nuckles of Cahokia; a son, Stanley Nuckl es of Waterloo, Ill.; four daughters, Vicky Eden of Cahokia, Rita Rowla nd of Waterloo, Michelle Ruyle of Gilbert, Ariz.; and Melissa Thomas of O' Fallon, Ill.; two stepsons, Scott Garner and Bryan Garner, both of Bellevi lle, Ill; a stepdaughter, Teresa Garner of Cahokia; and 13 grandchildre n. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Virginia Elizabeth Cullen N uckles; his parents, George and Mabel Stillwell Nuckles; and four brother s. Funeral services were at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in Braun Colonial Funeral H ome in Cahokia. The Rev. Kenneth Clark officiated, and burial follow ed in Lake View Memorial Gardens at Fairview Heights, Ill. Memorials m ay be made to a charity of the donor's choice.

[NI13243] 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.

[HI13244] (Research):From Mincey researcher «u»waynersr@cox.net «/u»Sandi i went back through old letters i recieved in 1970 & found these words written by Bonnie Faye (Mincey) Hearne daughter of Chesley Samuel Mincey .Dads mother died (Susan Nuckles (Mincey) & Grandpa Mincey went away left all 6 to root for them selves.New wife refused to care for them.So he put them around in different relations homes. I ck. ourt house they had not started recording deaths at that time.Trying to find cemetary records there also.

[NI13245] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918   Born 10/13/1889 Celina TX living in Sadler TX, farmer, single,next of k in       father 1930 Denton Co, Pct 7 TX Berry S Nuckles, head, 56, TN TN TN md 45 Elizabeth, wife, 46 MO MO MO md 14 Edgar Nuckles, half brother, 34 TX TN TX single Name: Edgar Augusta Nuckels Death Date: 10 Apr 1961 Death County: Cooke Certificate: 19981

[DI13245] Name: Edgar Augusta Nuckels Gender: Male Burial Date: 11 Apr 1961 Burial Place: Aubrey, Texas Death Date: 10 Apr 1961 Death Place: Gainesville, Cooke, Texas Age: 71 Birth Date: 13 Oct 1889 Birthplace: Celina, Texas Occupation: Retired Farmer Race: White Marital Status: Single Spouse's Name: Father's Name: John L. Nuckels Father's Birthplace: Mother's Name: Ida Cox Mother's Birthplace: Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B00151-0 System Origin: Texas-EASy Source Film Number: 1753352 Reference Number: 311 Collection: Texas Deaths and Burials, 1903-1973

[NI13246] U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946 Record Name: Ancel E Nuckels Birth Year: 1922 Race: White, citizen Nativity State or Country: Texas State: Texas County or City: Haskell Enlistment Date: 22 Oct 1942 Enlistment State: Texas Enlistment City: Lubbock Branch: Air Corps Branch Code: Air Corps 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: Army of the United States - includes the following: Voluntary e nlistments effective December 8, 1941 and thereafter; One year enlistmen ts of National Guardsman whose State enlistment expires while in the Feder al Service; Officers appointed in the Army of Source: Civil Life Education: 2 years of high school Civil Occupation: Geographer Marital Status: Single, without dependents Height: 68  Weight: 134

[DI13246] The Abilene Reporter-News, Abilene Texas, Sun, Nov 30, 1975 Col 2 Haskell- Ancel E Nuckels, 53, of Haskell, a retired clerk for the MKT Railroad Co, died at 4:30 a.m. Saturday in Hendrick Memorial Hospital in Abilene after a lengthly illness. Services will be at 3 p.m. Sunday in First Baptist Church. The Rev Kenneth Blair, pastor of Trinity Baptist Church and the Rev Walter Copeland, retired Baptist pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Willow Cemetery, directed by Holden-McCauley Funeral Home. Born Aug 10, 1922 in Grayson County, Mr Nuckels moved to Stamford in 1934. A WWII veteran, he lived in Hamlin for 10 years until he moved to San Antonio. He moved to Haskell and retired from the railroad in 1973. Mr Nuckels was a member of Temple Baptist Church in Stamford. Survivors include his parents, Mr and Mrs O E Nuckels of Haskell; a brother, Lawrence of Point Comfort; and two sisters, Dorothy Mae Morton of Lubbock and Betty Berry of Haskell Name: «tab»Ancel Eugene Nuckels Death Date: «tab»29 Nov 1975 Death Place: «tab»Abilene, Taylor, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab» Death Age: «tab»53 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab»8/10/1922 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Grayson Co, TX Marital Status: «tab»never md Father's Name: «tab»O. E. Nuckels Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Mae E. Knight Mother's Birthplace: «tab»R R Clerk Occupation: «tab» Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Willow Burial Place: «tab»Haskell Burial Date: «tab»11/29 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2243840 Digital Film Number: «tab»4167922 Image Number: «tab»3337 Reference Number: «tab»94961 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J631-Q8P : accessed 8 May 2012), Ancel Eugene Nuckels, 1975.

[NI13247] Prob too young to be the mother of this child, not able find another Dorothy Living in Lubbock in 1975 Name: Beverly Rose Niemann Date of Birth: 28 Jun 1938 Gender: Female Birth County: Lavaca Father's name: Walter E Niemann Mother's name: Dorothy Mae Nuckel Roll Number: 1938_0006

[DI13247] Dorothy Mae Morton LUBBOCK-Dorothy Mae Morton went home to be with her savior on March 13, 2013. Visitation will be today, Friday, March, 15, 2013, from 5 until 7 p.m. at Resthaven Funeral Home. Graveside service will be held Saturday March 16, 2013, at 2 p.m. in Resthaven Memorial Park with Ross Spencer officiating. Dorothy was born in Grayson County, Texas, on Feb. 7, 1925, to the late Otis and Mae (Knight) Nuckels. She was a gentle and loving woman who enjoyed camping and outdoor activities. She also enjoyed being a homemaker and was an excellent cook. She loved the Lord and raised her children to share the same love; she was a member of Bethany Baptist Church. Dorothy was preceded in death by a grandson, Kelly Edwards, and two brothers, Lawrence Nuckels and Ancel Nuckels. She is survived by her three children and their spouses, Charles Morton (Cheryl) of Irving, Texas, Jimmy Morton (Delores) of Lubbock, Texas, and Linda Edwards (Jerry) of Lockney, Texas; six grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and one sister, Betty Berry of Haskell, Texas. Published in The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal on March 15, 2013

[DI13248] Social Security Death Index about Earl W. Morton Name: «tab»Earl W. Morton «tab» SSN: «tab»459-42-9002 Last Residence: «tab»79412  Lubbock, Lubbock, Texas,  Born: «tab»22 Jan 1922 Died: «tab»17 Jun 1988 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Texas (Before 1951)

[DI13251] Name: «tab»Mrs. M.S. Hall Death Date: «tab»03 Apr 1932 Death Place: «tab»Sadler, Grayson, Texas Gender: «tab»Female Race: «tab»white Death Age: «tab»39 years 9 months Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»04 May 1892 Birthplace: «tab»Missouri Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab»M.S. Hall Father's Name: «tab»John Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Mother's Name: «tab»Ida Box Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Occupation: «tab»Housewife Place of Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab» Burial Place: «tab»Sadler, Texas Burial Date: «tab»05 Apr 1932 Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»2135872 Digital Film Number: «tab»4163666 Image Number: «tab»344 Reference Number: «tab»16619 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J6LF-N4S : accessed 16 May 2012), Mrs. M.S. Hall, 1932.

[DI13252] Name: «tab»Mart Samuel Hall Death Date: «tab»24 Jul 1967 Death Place: «tab»Dallas, Dallas, Texas Gender: «tab»Male Race: «tab»White Death Age: «tab»79 years Estimated Birth Date: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»25 Feb 1888 Birthplace: «tab»Kentucky Marital Status: «tab»Married Spouse's Name: «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Samuel Hall Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Martha Goble Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Farmer Place of Residence: «tab»Dallas, Dallas, Texas Cemetery: «tab»Sadler Cemetery Burial Place: «tab»Sadler, Texas Burial Date: «tab»24 Jul 1967 Additional Relatives: «tab»X Film Number: «tab»2138675 Digital Film Number: «tab»4169261 Image Number: «tab»2898 Reference Number: «tab»cn 50899 Source Citation "Texas, Deaths, 1890-1976," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/JDR6-V2N : accessed 16 May 2012), Mart Samuel Hall, 1967.

[NI13259] 1920 Grayson Co, Whitesboro, TX Ed103 pg522       John Nuckels, 70 TN VA VA widower        Edgar R, son, 30 TN       John L, son, 25 TN        Mary E, Daughter In Law, 18 TX Name: John Lee Nuckels Titles: Gender: Male Marital status: Death date: 23 Feb 1992 Death county: Henderson Death place: Henderson, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998 Name: John L. Nuckels SSN: 456-50-7702 Last Residence: 75147  Mabank, Kaufman, Texas, United States of America Born: 8 Sep 1894 Died: 23 Feb 1992 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 )

[XI13259] U.S., Department of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File, 1850-2010 about John Nuckels Name: «tab»John Nuckels Gender: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»8 Sep 1894 Death Date: «tab»23 Feb 1992 SSN: «tab»456507702 Branch 1: «tab»ARMY Enlistment Date 1: «tab»22 Jul 1918 Release Date 1: «tab»5 Jan 1919

[NI13260] Name: Mary Emley Nuckels Titles: Gender: Female Marital status: Death date: 14 May 1991 Death county: Lubbock Death place: Lubbock, Texas, United States Collection: Texas Death Index 1964-1998 Name: Mary E. Nuckels SSN: 454-01-3677 Born: 3 Feb 1902 Died: 14 May 1991 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 )

[NI13261] Oklahoman, The (Oklahoma City, OK) - March 11, 2006 Kathleen (Sugar Bear) Nuckles McGuire Morton was born into the loving fami ly of John and Mary Nuckles on May 21, 1920, in Sherman, Texas. Her fami ly later moved to a farm outside of Lubbock, Tx. where she graduated fr om New Deal High school. She married the boy across the road, Jack McGuir e. They moved to Duncan, Ok. with Halliburton Oil Co. and raised two child ren there, Patti McGuire Marshall and John Michael McGuire. Kathleen was a lways quick to laugh and fun to be around and could sing a mean chor us of Jambalaya. After her husband Jack died she managed apartments and mo ved to Dallas, Tx. where she met and married Jerry Morton and became moth er to Lucy and Quinn Morton. After Jerry's death she moved to Oklahoma Cit y. Her family would like to thank Dr. Gary Bond, Terry, Wendy, and all t he staff at the Dialysis Center for their care and love...and especially A ndre who with his exclamation "Sugar Bear is in the house" made her fe el so special. She has been a warrior over the past few years when heal th problems were sometimes overwhelming but just couldn't fight the last b attle. She died March 8th, at the age of 85. Kathleen's loves were foremo st her family, drinking coffee with everyone on the porch, and her belov ed dog Bubbles. Her survivors are Patti Marshall and her husband Dick of O kla. City; Michael McGuire and his wife Carolyn of Eufaula, Ok; Lucy Const ance and her husband Dale of Vidor, TX; and Quinn Morton, Houston, TX. Gra ndchildren are Holly Lawton, Melissa Lawton, Adam Marshall, Pam Fortner, a nd G.J. Fuselier. Private family services will be held at later dates in D uncan, Ok. and Mabank, Tx. Contributions may be made to a charity of yo ur choice or March of Dimes, 5100 N. Brookline, Suite 270, OKC, Ok. 73112.

[DI13262] Texas Death Index, 1903-2000 about Lula Myrtle Plumlee Name: Lula Myrtle Plumlee Death Date: 23 Nov 1999 Death County: Taylor

[NI13263] Texas Death Index, 1903-2000 about Raymond Plumlee Name: Raymond Plumlee Death Date: 3 Aug 1972 Death County: Taylor Gender: Male Marital Status: Single Name: Raymond Plumlee SSN: 457-12-3888 Last Residence: 79520  Hamlin, Jones, Texas, United States of America Born: 2 Nov 1898 Died: Aug 1972 State (Year) SSN issued: Texas (Before 1951 )

[NI13269] History of this family is http://www.shifletfamily.org/FC/johnjoice.html

[NI13273] Ellen Nuckles married James one year after  her  sister Martha married Jam es' probable brother Martin. James is not found in the 1880 nor 1900 cens us to confirm the information From Meloney Hedrick 9/2006 if you have any info on your great grandfathers sister Ellen.  Do you kn ow if Ellen was married to a Jesse Strader and if she was do you have a ny info on when they were married and about his family (who is his parent s, siblings).  I am trying to verify that this is the same Jesse Strader t hat I am looking for.  I found his obit and the only thing is says about h im is this--Mr. Strader is survided by his wife and a son, Jim Strade r, of near Fredericktown; also a daughter in St. Louis.Jesse, if he is t he one I am looking for, is my Grandfather's mother's father.  So he wou ld be my great, great grandfather. The one I am looking for was marri ed to Martha Graham.This is very confusing because in my great grandmother 's obit he is listed as Jefferson A. Strader but I have found him in the c ensus under Jesse and other various places he listed as Jeff or J.A. Strad er.Any help would be appreciated.Thank you.Meloney Meloney Hedrick"

[NI13274] Martin A Furr lived in Bollinger, Co, Lorrance, MO in 1880 married to Mali nda Hightower, who is the mother of his son Charles born in March of 18 80 and son William born 1882. Martin married Martha Knuckles 9/23/18 86 in Dunlin County, but she must have died with the birth of the first ch ild, as Martin remarried 8/9/1888 also in Dunlin Co, MO to Sarah F Erwin w ho appears in the 1900 census with him again in Bolinger, Co, Fillmore, M O. They have been married 12 years. NO other childrenin the household oth er than Charlie, leading us to believe Martha had no living descendants Dunklin Co, Marriages Martha  Nuckles, d/o margaret Nuckles to Martin A Furr 9/23/1886

[DI13279] Descendant Betty Shultz says William was shot and killed in a fight ov er a horse, or something to this effect.

[NI13281] 1910 Cape Girardeau Co, Cape Girardeau, MO -pg 188        Benjamin F Nuckles, 47, M2x, M25y KY KY IN       Sallie L, M2x, 6/2, MO NC MO age 50 1920 Shelby Co, Memphis, TN ED219 pg 19b        William  A Thompson 32, TN       Maggie, wife, 31 MO KY IN        Hiram A, son, 11 MO        Benjamin F Nuckles, 48, Brother In law, b MO KY IN Claims a widower at time of death in 1939

[NI13282] Him and brother shot by a police officer 2/15/1913 both instantly kille d. Circumstances not known Informant on death cert- J O Finley, Fornfelt, MO

[NI13283] Not found in Missouri Death Index

[DI13283] Name: «tab»Maggie Pike Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»07 Feb 1918 Event Place: «tab»Memphis, Shelby, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab»Married Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»27---  ---- Estimated Birth Year: «tab» Birth Date: «tab»1891 Birthplace: «tab»Mo. Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»Tom Nuckles Father's Birthplace: «tab»unk Mother: «tab»unk Mother's Birthplace: «tab» Occupation: «tab»Housewife Street Address: «tab»183 Market St. Residence: «tab» Cemetery: «tab»Elmwood Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»08 Feb 1918 Informant: «tab»E D Pike COD Facial Erysepelas«tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183638 Image Number: «tab»1864 Film Number: «tab»1299693 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»V 50 cn 391

[DI13284] California Death Index, 1940-1997 about Edward D Pike Name: «tab»Edward D Pike Social Security #: «tab»560033020 Sex: «tab»Male Birth Date: «tab»18 Aug 1884 Birthplace: «tab»Missouri Death Date: «tab»19 Apr 1970 Death Place: «tab»Contra Costa

[DI13285] Florida Death Index, 1877-1998 Name: Dorothy Smith Death Date: 20 Dec 1973 County of Death: Hillsborough State of Death: Florida Age at Death: 82 Race: White Birth Date: 1 Feb 1891

[DI13286] ???? not proven Florida Death Index, 1877-1998 about Riley Sidney Smith Jr. Name: «tab»Riley Sidney Smith Jr. Death Date: «tab»1953 County of Death: «tab»Hillsborough State of Death: «tab»Florida Other Death Place Information: «tab»Tampa Race: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Male

[NI13287] Florida Death Index, 1877-1998 Name: Mary Silva Watkins Death Date: 16 Dec 1983 County of Death: Hillsborough State of Death: Florida Age at Death: 90 Race: White Birth Date: 2 Feb 1893

[NI13290] Although his mother says she had 2 children and 2 living in 1910, Thomas d id not appear in the 1910 census No further record beyond 1920 when listed as son age 7

[NI13291] I found a source of death 3/8/1959 in Stoddard Co, MO We don't know where Moses is Buried, my uncle says a farmer through the st ones in the creek and plowed over his grave and other graves? Don't know w here he is talking about but he says it is close to Delta, Missouri. My Uncle told me that Moses love children but you did not cross him, and one ti me Benjamin hit Mary Knuckles and Moses told him if you ever hit my daughter again I will kill you. My Uncle said Moses use to play with them alot when they were small and they loved going over to their grandparents Moses and Amy house. My Uncle Melvin told me that Moses had a fight once and he had to hide out , he cut a mans throat by the name of Ester or Easter, something like that, but my Uncle said he thinks the man lived?Moses live in Zelma Misouri at time of fight. and so did Easters live in Zelma as well.Sounds a lot like his father Thomas Nuckles. So I'll bet the story is true about Thomas.  Family researcher: gaylabrookman@adelphia.net My Uncle Melvin is 87 years old--he remembers allot about Moses Gain Knuckles--and tells me he thinks he is burried on farm land in Delta Missouri He said the farmer of the land took all the tombstones from the cemetery and threw them into the creek so they could farm the land researcher«u»- rhondabu@comcast.net «/u»Rhonda Weisschnur

[DI13293] Name: «tab»Mary Agnes Tubb Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»18 Apr 1965 Death Place: «tab»Cordova, Walker, Alabama Gender: «tab»Female Race (Original): «tab» Race (Standardized): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»78 Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1887 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Charlie Nuckols Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Allie Whitstone Mother's Titles & Terms (Original):

[NI13294] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 June 5 1917Seay Cleve Nuck ols age 28 living 4022 Huntsville, Brighton, ALBorn Sterling AL, coal mine r, Woodward Iron Comarried , med height, me dbuild, gray eyes, gray h ar no disabilities Alabama Deaths, 1908-59 Name: Seay C Nuchols Death Date: 18 May 1951 Death County: Jefferson Volume: 21  Certificate: 10367  Roll: 5

[DI13294] Name: «tab»Seay Cleveland Nuchols Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»18 May 1951 Death Place: «tab»Palos, Jefferson, Alabama Gender: «tab»Male Race (Original): «tab» Race (Standardized): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»61y Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1890 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»C. B. Nuchols Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Allie Whetstone 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» Burial Date: «tab» Funeral Home: «tab» Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Film Number: «tab»1908859 Reference Number: «tab»cn 10367

[NI13295] Children:   Mamie Pauline Brasfield Johnson (1915 - 1979)*   Margene Brasfield Sparks (1917 - 2004)*   Alse Robert Brasfield (1922 - 1981)*

[DI13295] Name: «tab»Clara M. Brasfield Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Death Date: «tab»08 Dec 1968 Death Place: «tab»Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama Gender: «tab»Female Race (Original): «tab» Race (Standardized): «tab» Age at Death: «tab»74y Estimated Birth Date: «tab»1894 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab» Marital Status: «tab» Spouse's Name: «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Spouse's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Name: «tab»Charlie B. Nuckols Father's Titles & Terms (Original): «tab» Father's Titles & Terms (Standardized): «tab» Father's Birthplace: «tab» Mother's Name: «tab»Ollie Whetstone Mother's Titles & Terms (Original):

[NI13296] Name:    Gerald W Nuckolls Death Date:    17 Nov 1997 County of Death:    Gwinnett Gender:    M Race:    W Age:    66 years County of Residence:    Gwinnett Certificate:    049684 Date Filed:    25 Nov 1997

[DI13298] Name: Hubert Nuckolls SSN: 257-40-7437 Last Residence: 36330  Enterprise, Coffee, Alabama Born: 6 Dec 1931 Died: 23 Sep 2005 State (Year) SSN issued: Georgia (Before 1951 ) Name of Deceased:  «tab»Nuckolls Newspaper Title: «tab»Southeast Sun Newspaper Location: «tab»Enterprise, AL, Us Obituary Publication Date: «tab»8 Oct 2005 Locations Mentioned in Obituary: «tab»VA; Norcross, GA; Prescott, AZ; Flowery Branch, GA; KS; Epps, LA Other Persons Mentioned in Obituary: «tab»Shirley McDonald; Pamela Jo Nolin; Pat (Wesley) Karst; Dell Nuckolls; Brian Nolin; Louis; Bobbie Nuckolls; Vicki Etter (Jeff); John U.D. Page; Ralph Nuckolls; Gerald

[DI13300] Name:    Ralph C Nuckolls Death Date:    14 Jan 1976 County of Death:    DeKalb Gender:    M Race:    W Age:    41 years County of Residence:    Douglas Certificate:    001040

[NI13324] Susan Caldonia Loner was my Great-Grandmother. She married William Mari on Babb. Cordially, MICHAEL R BABB 407 Jennifer Court Dalton, Georgia 30721-5046 mike@doctorstrange.net

[NI13327] His wish was for his ashes to be spread in Lake Whitney.  This lake was fo rmed by damming the Brazos River and it cover mainly land that has be en in our Nuckols family for many years and before that in the family of o ur grandmother Florence McCabe whose grandfather Silas McCabe bought the l and in 1855.  Now several family members still have small pieces on the hi gh bluffs over looking the lake.  Bill and I as children visited the working farm, then later enjoyed boating on the lake.  Several Nuckols were present for the spreading of the ashes. By Doris Dell, August, 2001 Bill had one daughter and one granddaughter but I have not heard from them is about three years.

[NI13329] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Res Auburn, KY Age 30 born Oct 24 1886 in Bowling Green, KY US Govt Rural Mail Carrier Single, with mother dependant, claims exempt for mothers support Tall, slender, brown yeys, dark brown hair Signed June 5 1917 Edwin I Nuckols Not much is known about Edwin, my Dad's father since he died when my dad w as about 7 years old. He was born in Warren County, Kentucky and his family migrated to Aubur n, Kentucky sometime after 1887, Edwin's birth.  They were found on the 1900 Kentucky census as livi ng in Auburn.  Also on the 1900 census it stated there had been 6 childre n, but only 3 were living, Ethel, born 1876, Carson, born 1884 and Edwin (Eddie) in 1887.  I have no information on the other 3 children or what caused their death. Edwin was a Rural Mail Carrier and later established an insurance agency in Auburn.  This was a relatively new thing in the early 1920's.  Aft er Edwin passed away, his wife's father and brother took over the business . Cause of Death: Chronic Myocarditis

[NI13330] Neal Family heritage http://home.kc.rr.com/kenneal/neal.html

[NI13331] Earl Wendell Nuckols intended name was Irl Wendell, but due to an err or on his birth certificate, it was spelled Earl and he used that spelli ng after becoming an adult due to problems with social security card, a nd various legal problems.  All through school years, it was Irl.  His gra duation notice also had Irl Wendell Nuckols. Irl was of course, from his father, Edwin Irl.   He was named Wendell, pro bably by his mother, Katherine, for the poet Oliver Wendell Holmes.  What "poetic justice", since he cann ot stand poetry!  I do not know if the Irl spelling was from Edwin's mothe r's side of the family or not.  I cannot at this time find anything on L ou Anne Wren.  But I know it was not a Nuckols ancestor's name. Name: Earl W. Nuckols SSN: 406-10-7475 Last Residence: 37080  Joelton, Davidson, Tennessee, United States of Amer ica Born: 8 Dec 1919 Died: 1 Jan 2003 State (Year) SSN issued: Kentucky (Before 1951 ) Tennessean, The (Nashville, TN) - January 4, 2003 Deceased Name: NUCKOLS, Earl W. Joelton, TN -- Age 83 January 1, 2003. Services 1:00 p.m., Saturday Janua ry 4, 2003 at FOREST LAWN FUNERAL HOME, 615-859-5279 Tennessean, The (Nashville, TN) - January 3, 2003 Deceased Name: NUCKOLS, Earl Wendell Joelton, TN -- Age 83 Mr. Nuckols passed away January 1, 2003 after a hosp italized illness in Nashville, TN. Mr. Nuckols is survived by his loving f amily, wife, Virginia M. Nuckols daughter, Mary Lynn Nuckols Chattin and h usband Sam S. Chattin of Lexington, Indiana daughter, Allyson Nuckols Grif fin of Old Hickory, TN son, Kenneth Wendell Nuckols and wife Teresa Poirri er Nuckols of Joelton, TN sister, Dorothy N. Hamilton of Louisville, KY fi ve grandchildren, Teale Robey Chattin, Marc Ryan Chattin, Mandi Leigh Chat tin, Daniel Ray Nuckols and Derek Earl Nuckols. Mr. Nuckols was born in Au burn, KY to Edwin Irl Nuckols and Mary Catherine Neal. After their marriag e, Mr. and Mrs. Nuckols moved to Nashville, TN. The last 30 years they ha ve resided in Joelton, TN. Mr. Nuckols will be dearly missed by family a nd friends." Gone from us, but never forgotten." Visitation at Forest Law n, Goodlettsville, TN on Friday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday fr om 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Funeral service will take place Saturday at 1 p.m. Ar rangements by FOREST LAWN FUNERAL HOME, 615-859-5279

[DI13332] Alabama Deaths, 1908-59 Name: Rosa Nuckols Death Date: 3 Oct 1955 Death County: Jefferson Volume: 41  Certificate: 20069  Roll: 6

[NI13335] Father:  William James MOGFORD (AFN:37BK-3G) Mother:  Emma Rose MILLER (AFN:37BK-4M) A volunteer checked the death records in Brazos Co, TX and could not fi nd a record of this family.

[NI13337] Living in 2001 and being cared for by her daughter Betty Jo.

[NI13341] Possibly married Floy Adams 4/15/1922 Robertson Co, TN Marion and Floy were both in Logan Co, KY in 1920 Census

[DI13341] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 about Francis Marion Nuckols Name: «tab»Francis Marion Nuckols Death Date: «tab»17 May 1926 Death Location: «tab»LoganCo, Russelville, KY Residence Location: «tab»Logan Age: «tab»71y 2m 28d Gender: «tab»Male; Farmer; Widower Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»19 Feb 1855 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Willis Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Annie E Savage Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky COD-Angina Pectoris Informant-Ike Nuckols, Russellville, KY (Ike incorrectly named his mother instead of Frances' mother)

[DI13342] Name:    Odell Parsons SSN:    274-03-0125 Last Residence:    32960  Vero Beach, Indian River, Florida,  Born:    16 Sep 1888 Died:    Aug 1976 State (Year) SSN issued:    Ohio (Before 1951 )

[DI13343] Name:  «tab»Rosa Ann Pedigo [Rosa Ann Nuckols] Death Date: «tab»11 Apr 1927 Death Location: «tab»Metcalfe Residence Location: «tab»Metcalfe Age: «tab»63y 5m 20 d Gender: «tab»Female- married Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»8 Oct 1863 Birth Location: «tab»Metcalfe, Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Willis Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Metcalfe Mother's Name: «tab»Drucilla Whitlow Inf- Arthur Pedigo, Wisdom KY COD- General dibility - cause not determined cant read name of cemetery

[NI13345] Thomas Altizer was a farmer and a soldier of the Confederacy during the W ar between the States.  He served three years as a Private with the 34th B attalion, Virginia Calvary, participating in many engagements, including t he Battle of Gettsyburg.  After the war, Thomas was a conspicuous Confeder ate veteran. Thomas and Sarah raised their children and operated a small family fa rm in Baptist Valley on Earl's Branch near Cliffield until they fell vict im to the "killer flu" epidemic that hit Tazewell County during the wint er of 1918.  Sarah died on November 27, 1918, and Thomas followed on Decem ber 7, 1918.  The snow and ice was reported to be so bad their coffins h ad to be taken to the graveyard on sleighs pulled by the pallbearers.  Th ey are buried on a small hill near where they lived, with a beautiful vi ew of the valley where they made their life together. More than 400 descendants of Thomas, Rebecca and Sarah Altizer can be fou nd participating in the clergy, military, farming, industry, government a nd education - a fitting tribute to a humble beginning. Service Record:  Thomas Altizer, Private, Company E, 1st Battalion Virgin ia Mounted Rifles.  Enlisted at Camp Dry Fork 15 August 1862 by Captain Ha rmon for three years.  The company Muster Roll of 1 February 1863 showed h im as still serving.  The 1st battalion Virginia Mounted Rifles became t he 34th Battalion, Virginia Calvary.  The records of this unit reflect th at Thomas Altizer enlisted on 15 August 1862 at Camp Dry Fork in Tazewe ll County and that he was present through at least 1 February 1863.  Postw ar records indicate that he served three years. The 1860 Tazewell County census shows Thomas as age 30, farmer.  He w as a resident of Gap Store, Tazewell County, Virginia in 1905, then age 7 5, when he filed his pension application.   He claimed he suffered sick st omach and fever in service.  He also claimed to have left service at the s urrender (34th Calvary by Scott C. Cole). This information was provided by William E. Payne,  Bill is the grands on of James Garfield Altizer, Lydia Cordillia Altizer Riley's youngest bro ther. Address: Earl's Branch, Cliffield, Tazewell Co., Fa. Burial Place: Cliffield - Reeds Creek - Family Cemetary Cause of Death: Killer Flu Epidemic Census: 1850,1860,1870,1880,1900 Tazewell County, VA Occupation: Farmer Other: Military:  Cir. 1862-1865, Civil War, Confederate States of America Source: 1850/1860 Federal Census, Tazewell Co., Va., Wm. E. Payne-Tazewe ll Heritage Book Source: tomorpeg@earthlink.net (Peggy Little)

[NI13346] He was involved in a fight in which a man was killed and he was crated up  in a wooden box by the family given food and water and shipped out of Kentucky  on the railroad as cargo. William was married two times first to a Nancy Bishop Charles Nuckols says "I have seen pictures of him working as a logger in Washington state standing beside a redwood tree he had helped cut down  He looked to be in his 50's"

[DI13346] Name: William Henry Nuckols Death date: 24 Oct 1943 Death place: Raymond, Pacific, Washington Gender: Male Race or color (on document): Age at death: 69 years 9 months 8 days Father name: Samuel Nuckols Film number: 2024114 Digital GS number: 4224272 Image number: 454 Reference number: 118 Collection: Washington Death Certificates, 1907-1960

[DI13347] Death certificate of a Ellen Jane Bishop born 10/14/1877 died 3/21/1958 names father Samuel Knuckles, mother unknown.

[NI13348] She was an epileptic and when she was in her 20s she ran away and marri ed a man, but Charles (her Dad) caught up with her before the marriage w as consummated and had the marriage annulled. Maude is buried with Charl es and Sarah Barber (Charles mail order bride) in Hot Sulfur Springs Cemet ery. 1910 Jefferson Co, Manhattan, Co. pg154        Maude E Nuckools, 22, single, servant

[NI13349] Unable to locate ythis family in the 1850 Census

[NI13351] 1880 Census Place:Sartain, Metcalfe, Kentucky Source:FHL Film 1254434  National Archives Film T9-0434     Page 22 4B N. F. WHITLOWSelfMMW44KYOcc:FarmerFa: VAMo: VA Jane WHITLOWWifeFMW27KYOcc:Keeps HouseFa: --Mo: KY Sally M. WHITLOWDauFSW14KY Palvenia WHITLOWDauFSW12KY John B. WHITLOWSonMSW10KY Willis V. WHITLOWSonMSW3KY

[NI13353] Adams Sentinel Gettysburg  Pennsylvania  24 April 1866 Another Murderer Hung by a Mob -A little son of Mr C W Nuckols of Woodford County Kentucky, aged 13 years, was sent with a horse to meet his brother at Midway in that state last week, but was killed on the way by being knocked on the head with a rail by a man named George Meeks, who Beat out his brains. The murderer w as soon arrested and confessed that he committed the deed in order to obta in the horse. He was conveyed to jail , but a mob soon gathered, broke op en the building, seized him, took him to the place where the murder was co mmitted and hung him to a tree, as a terrible warning to all other would- be murderers.

[NI13359] Hetta's second marriage was to John E Nagle 8 Sep 1898 in Vernon Co, MO and she died 19 Mar 1924 in Vernon Co, MO. The death certificate has her name as Hettie E Nagle. 1900 Census John Nagle and Hettie say married 27 years, but we know that not true by marriage cert on file.  The children were givin the last name of Nagle in the census although they were children of Frank Forster. 1900 Vernon Co, Nevada, MO John E Nagle, head, 3/1841, 59, IN PA PA Md 29y Hettie, wife, Nov 1860, 39 m29y 5/4 KY KY KY Ethel M, dau, 4/1885, MO May E, dau, 6/1889, 10 MO Vincent, son, 9/1892, 7 MO William M, son, 6/1899 1910 United States Federal Census Nevada Ward 4, Vernon, Missouri Race: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Female Hettie Nagle, head, 51, div, 6/5 KY KY KY Laundry woman Foster, May E, dau, 19, single, MO IN KY Vinson, son, 18 Willie, son 10 Martha, dau, 8

[NI13360] Researcher Sandy Smith sm34@prodigy.net 1900 St Clair Co, Lebanaon, IL Dist 113 HH38 Robt Nuckolls, head, 6/1866,33, M15y Attorney at Law, IL KY KY Dora, wife, 6/1867,32, 3/3 IL KY KY George, son, 9/1885, KY Lennie, dau, 8/1888, IL Flora, dau, 6/1890 IL 1910 Grant Co, Medford, OK -pg 263        Robert L Nuckolls, 44, m1x, M25y, KY VA VA Methodist Minist        Dora, wife, 42, 3/2, IL IL IL        Lenia, dau, 20 IL        Flora, dau, 19 AR AR AR Death cert says he was divorced at time of death

[DI13365] Name:  «tab»Elizabeth Nuckols Shaw [Elizabeth Nuckols Nuckols] Death Date: «tab»23 Jan 1944 Death Location: «tab»Casey Co, Liberty, KY Residence Location: «tab»Casey Age: «tab»75y 10m 26 d Gender: «tab»Female; married Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»27 Feb 1868 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Spouse's Name: «tab»Eugene Shaw Spouse's Age: «tab»73 Father's Name: «tab»James E Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Henneretta Smith Mother's Birth Location: «tab»KentuckyInformant- C N Shaw, Liberty, KY

[NI13367] Poss married  Cornelia and had sons Henry born 1889 and twin girls 189 2. He prob died prior to 1900 as Cornelia remarried to Wade Ransom about 1 895. Age is right for marrying by 1886-1888 Evidence: His parents (Wm Henry and Julianne Grinsted Nuckols) and siblings live in Allen Co, Scottsville KY where Henry was born. All of the children of his siblings are accounted for, and Samuel  does not appear in the 1900 census indicating he probably died around 1893/4, and wife remarried to Wade around 1895) Henry was probably named after his grf Wm Henry and Henry also named a son Henry. Named son middle Lee after himself

[NI13368] 1860 Census shows middle initial plainly "T" 1920 Allen Co, Scottsville, KY -pg 6    Harvey H Nuckols, 36, KY KY KY      Mary B, wife, 20 KY KY KY      Ervine? Nuckols , father, 64, Widower, KY ? ?

[DI13368] Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953 Name: «tab»William E Nuckles Death Date: «tab»6 Feb 1931 Death Location: «tab»Allen Residence Location: «tab»Allen Age: «tab»76y 1m 3d Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»3 Jan 1855 Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Father's Name: «tab»Bill Nuckles Father's Birth Location: «tab»Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Julia Grinstard

[NI13369] Allen Co, KY Wills pg 68 Samuel JACKSON Scottsville Ky 3/22/1904-probate 7/12/1907 I Samuel Jackson...wifes grave...brother John Jackson's grave...son Walt er Jackson...son Warner Jackson....daughter Mary E. Nuckols wife Ervin Nuc kols....daughter Lucy Jane Whitney wife of Charlie Whitney...daughter Ja ne William Harston wife of Thomas Harston..Exec: son Walter Jackson Wit: J.D. Calvert, J.H. Thomas, M.M. York Samuel JACKSON   Self   W   Male   W   61   VA   Farmer   VA   VA Mary E. JACKSON   Dau   S   Female   W   24   KY   Keeping Hou se   VA   KY Lucy D. JACKSON   Dau   S   Female   W   21   KY   At Ho John JACKSON   Brother   S   Male   W   48   KY   Works On Fa rm   VA   VA Calaway CRAWFORD   Other   S   Male   W   19   KY   Labor Dea CRAWFORD   Other   S   Male   W   13   KY   Laborer   KY   KY 1880   Census Place Scottsville, Allen, Kentucky   Family History Libra ry Film   1254401   NA Film Number   T9-0401   Page Number   164D

[DI13370] 3m 11D

[HI13372] (Research):Poss he was married before. There is a record in Jefferson Co, Louisville, KY of a child named Rosa who died 4/1/1901 age 3 address 1204 15th St. Burial record was in Cave Hill. His daughter Audrey Zelma is buried Cave Hill also. Rosa could not be located in 1900 census.

[DI13372] Name:  «tab»Jackson Cecil Nuckols Death Date: «tab»15 Apr 1940 Death Location: «tab»Jefferson Residence Location: «tab»Jefferson Age: «tab»61 Gender: «tab»Male Ethnicity: «tab»White Birth Date: «tab»14 Aug 1878 Birth Location: «tab»Georgetown, Kentucky Spouse's Name: «tab»Claudine Thoms Nuckols Spouse's Age: «tab»57 Father's Name: «tab»Robert C Nuckols Father's Birth Location: «tab»Shelbyville, Kentucky Mother's Name: «tab»Lydia Viley Mother's Birth Location: «tab»Georgetown Kentucky

[XI13372] SECTION 17 Lot 41-SE1/2

[BI13375] Name:    JOSEPH NUCKOLS Birth Date:    24 DEC 1858 Race:    W Sex:    M Father:    EDWIN Mother:    SALLY Page:    64

[DI13376] Name: «tab»Mrs. Rofe Garland Event: «tab»Death Event Date: «tab»01 May 1938 Event Place: «tab»Maryville, Blount, Tennessee Gender: «tab»Female Marital Status: «tab»Married Race or Color: «tab»White Age: «tab»57------ Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1881 Birth Date: «tab» Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Spouse: «tab» Father: «tab»James Nuchols Father's Birthplace: «tab»Tenn. Mother: «tab»Mary Jane Broady Mother's Birthplace: «tab»Blount County Occupation: «tab»Housekeeper Street Address: «tab»At home Residence: «tab»Maryville Cemetery: «tab»...Guardiam??? Burial Place: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»03 May 1938 Informant: «tab»Mrs Donald bates Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4183428 Image Number: «tab»2785 Film Number: «tab»1876862 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 9214

[HI13377] (Research):Name: Hettie N. Long Titles: Death date: 19 May 1937 Death place: Akron, Summit, Ohio Birth date: 25 Jul 1891 Estimated birth year: Birth place: Maryville, Tenn. Age at death: 45 years 9 months 24 days Gender: Female Marital status: Widowed Race or color: Caucasian Street address: 956 Kenmore Blvd Occupation: Housework Own Home Residence: Akron Burial date: 21 May 1937 Burial place: Maryville, Tenn Cemetery name: Spouse name: Father name: Andrew L. Nuchols Father titles: Father birth place: Maryville, Tenn. Mother name: Sophonia Stell Mother titles: Mother birth place: Maryville, Tenn. Informant Louis V Merriman GSU film number: 2023498 Digital GS number: 4020846 Image number: 2748 Reference number: fn 35327 Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[NI13378] Informant on fathers death cert 1947 Mrs Jasper Mitchell

[NI13379] Can this be William M Nuckles age 61 who died in Sakagit Co, Sedro Wooley WA 3/25/1927 born Texas.  The 1920 census of King Co, Washington says he is lodging, but that he is "colored"/"black".

[BI13380] 1900 cencus gives age born 1869

[DI13380] Probably died between 1920 and 1930. Andrew found boarding in 1930 and son James with his new wife in 1930.

[NI13381] E. C. Callahan. and Nancy WIlkinson Married 1) H. Jellison Son - William Jellison, b Aug 1877 Ohio. William married Mary Nelson on 10-18-1906 in Cadillac, Wexford Co., MI., daughter of Grant Nelson. Shows his father's name was H. Jellison. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Emma Married 2) James L. Nuckols, before 1880. 1880 Census, Emma, James L. Nuckols & William Jellison, living in Knox, Jay County, Indiana.

[DI13381] Michigan Death Certificate #730, shows she died from probable Consumption (TB).

[XI13381] Michigan Death Certificate #730, shows she died from probable Consumption (TB).   Inscription: Emma, wife of James L. Nuckols Thy memory will be cherished Till we see they Heavenly Father Burial: Cherry Grove Cemetery Cadillac Wexford County Michigan, USA Plot: 1-24

[DI13389] California Death Index, 1940-1997 Name: Lorenzo Perry Nuckolls Social Security #: 0 Sex: MALE Birth Date: 21 Dec 1877 Birthplace: California Death Date: 21 May 1959 Death Place: Shasta Mother's Maiden Name: Clay Father's Surname: Nuckolls

[DI13390] Hopkinsville Kentuckian April 29 1902 Suffering Ended Death of Good Woman Near Church Hill The wife of Mr J P Nuckols of near Church Hill, died at an early hour Friday morning after a lingering illness of consumption. She was about 40 years old , a member of the Christian Church and a woman much esteemed by a large circle of friends. Rev W E Mobley of Elkton preached the funeral Saturday morning at 10 o'clock and the remains were laid to rest in Hopewell Cemetery

[DI13391] Social Security Death Index about Maude McGregor Name: «tab»Maude McGregor «tab» SSN: «tab»402-62-5526 Last Residence: «tab»37040  Clarksville, Montgomery, Tennessee,  Born: «tab»19 Sep 1886 Died: «tab»Jan 1977 State (Year) SSN issued: «tab»Kentucky (1962)

[NI13392] World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 June 5 1917 res Rt 1 Herndon, KYAge 28 born Aug 2 1888 in Christian Co, KY Self emp farmer, single with mother ans sister dependant Med height, med build, gray eyes, brn hair Signed Allen Polk Nuckols Name:    Allen P Nuckolls Birthplace:    Kentucky County:    Christian, Hopkinsville Relatives:    Head of Household Belle Nuckolls (W) 1910 Enumeration District:    0007  Visit:    0090  Age:    21 No record of death in Kentucy records

[BI13393] All census records say she born in VA Widow pension she signed said Stokes Co, NC

[NI13394] Decatur Daily Review Decatur  Illinois  11 October 1930 Mr and Mrs J H Nuc kolls of Fairmont, Oklahoma visited their son J A Nuckolls and family Satu rday and Sunday. WWI Draft Reg 1917-1918- 9/12/1918 born 6/25/1873 living 320 W Edwards, Springfield, IL age 25 Motor man for ILL traction systems, wife Lyda Mae Nuckolls Med height, med build, brn eyes, blk hair. no defects

[DI13394] Name: «tab»James Hollie Nuckolls Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Death Date: «tab»20 Oct 1936 Death Place: «tab»Decatur, Macon, Illinois Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»63 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1873 Birth Date: «tab»25 Jun 1873 Birthplace: «tab»Auburn, Ill. Father: «tab»John Nuckolls Father's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Father's Birth Place: «tab»Near Auburn, Ill Mother: «tab»Adelia Rice Mother's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab»Decatur, Ill Occupation: «tab»Retired farmer Residence: «tab»Decatur, Macon, Illinois Street Address: «tab» Spouse: «tab»Lyda Nuckolls Spouse's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Spouse's Birthplace: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»22 Oct 1936 Burial Place: «tab»Auburn, Sangamon, Ill. Cemetery: «tab»Local Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4008438 Image Number: «tab»405 Film Number: «tab»1766271 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»cn 694 Source Citation "Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3L1-VCS : accessed 7 June 2012), James Hollie Nuckolls, 1936.

[NI13398] Death certificate applied for 2/12/2003 Teresa Justice Family researcher TMJUSTICE@prodigy.net (email invalid now 6/2003) Paul and Lorraine Chandler (son of Mary)..   sfcpchan@tls.net Birth certificate says he was child of George and Mary but Mary would have been age 56. Was a nephew to Martha McCloud suggesting he was a son of one of her siblings and not her brother. William and Emma married about 1863 making it possible to belong to them, but Emma both in 1900 and 1910 census calims 10 children with 6 living. All six accounted for excluding Joseph Grant. Poss has a son named Frank or George that live in Frankfort or Bainbrid ge Ohio. My uncle told me he remembers going to church with my great grand mother Florence. He was born about 1937. First daughter was born in 191 8. Was he married before? 1870 Putnam Co, WV Buffalo Twp pg256 George W Nuckols 54 farmer VA Mary P 61 VA Martha A 33, VA Richard 21 VA Virginia E 17 VA Joseph G 5 WV Census Place:Cologne, Mason, West Virginia Source:FHL Film 1255408  National Archives Film T9-1408     Page 22 5B William MC CLOUD Self M M W 27 OH Martha MC CLOUD Wife F M W 42 VA Harriet MC CLOUD Sister F S W 16 WV Joseph KNUCKLES Nephew M S W1 5 WV Mary KNUCKLES MotherL F W W 70 WV Nuckles, Joseph Age:  45 Gender:  M Race:  W Birthplace:  WV     WV WV State:  West Virginia     1910 County:  MASON Locale:  COLOGNE Series:  T624 Roll:  1689 Part:  1 Page:  74A Single, working on farm of Emily M Knapp, widow age 47 1920 Fayette Co, Union, Washington Court House, OH ED 148 pg 2b      1/3/1920       Joseph Nuckles, 53, VA, US, VA- works in greenhou se   Florence, wife 36 OH     Virginia, dau, 1y9m, OH      Jennie Summers, Aunt, 72, OH (prob his dads sister, Virginia)

[DI13399] Name: Florence Nuckols Titles: Death date: 08 Jun 1951 Death place: Washington C.H., Fayette, Ohio, United States Birth date: 31 Mar 1883 Estimated birth year: Birthplace: Ohio Age at death: 68 years Gender: Female Marital status: Race or color: Caucasian Street address: Occupation: Residence: Burial date: Burial place: Cemetery name: Spouse's name: Father's name: John Wesley Evans Father's titles: Father's birthplace: Mother's name: Mary Ann Summers Mother's titles: Mother's birthplace: GSU film number: 2372836 Digital GS number: 4109381 Image number: 00934 Reference number: 36942 Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[NI13400] Virginia Jane had 10 children by Everette Walters. Marriage ended in divorce. Remarried and had 2 children by Theodore Postlethwait. Virginia Jane was 36 when she died in 1954. No details on Theodore Postlethwait.

[NI13401] Name:    Emma C Wolfe Gender:    Female Date of Death:    15 February 1977 Volume:    22774 Certificate:    009561 Autopsy:    Unknown Marital Status:    Married Place of Death:    Washington, Fayette County Certifier:    Coroner Race:    White Residence:    Washington, Fayette County Age:    56 Years Name:    Emma Wolfe SSN:    300-18-9299 Born:    20 Apr 1920 Last Benefit:    43160  Washington Court House, Fayette, Ohio, United Stat es of America Died:    Feb 1977 State (Year) SSN issued:    Ohio (Before 1951 )

[NI13402] Name:    Mary Dawes SSN:    292-16-9926 Last Residence:    43160  Washington Court House, Fayette, Ohio, United St ates of America Born:    7 Aug 1923 Died:    Aug 1987 State (Year) SSN issued:    Ohio (Before 1951 )

[NI13404] Named Mary in the 1870 Censu

[NI13407] IGI has her name as Sarah kennedy. Name Snooks at marriage to Nuckles Daughter Fannie marriage application names mother Sarah Cannady

[DI13408] Named in brother William Nuckles obit in 1924 -names sister Martha Brady in India napolis, IN

[NI13409] Death record of son Frank P gives mothers maiden name as Roberts Tombstone at FAG says Tomerson

[NI13412] 1937 of St Louis, MO Death record name is Nuckols World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Born 4/12/1878, lives 407 Arsenal Ave, Indianapolis, IN, chief inspect or       for Weidley Motor Co, Agnes E Nuckles, wife

[DI13412] NUCKOLS  «tab» FRANK  «tab» P  «tab» 1878  «tab» 04  «tab» 12  «tab» ROBERTS  «tab» NUCKOLS  «tab» MALE  «tab» IN  «tab» SAN FRANCISCO  «tab» 1950  «tab» 03  «tab» 12  «tab»

[XI13412] Plot: Sec: 32, Lot: 148

[NI13413] Middle name from son Clifford WWI Draft reg.

[DI13413] Indianapolis Commercial Newspaper 2/18/1937 Arthur L Nuchols, age 57 Cause of death arterscerosis Place of death Veterans Hosp. Husband of Clara, father of Clifford J and brother of Frank of St Louis, a md Mrs Maud Kahn, passed away Saturday morning. Services at the Flann er & Buchannan Morturary. Tuesday 1:30 p.m. Burial Memorial Park Indianapolis Star 2/15/1937 Monday

[DI13417] Name: «tab»James Reed Nuckols Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Death Date: «tab»31 Jan 1934 Death Place: «tab»Lincoln, Logan, Ill. Gender: «tab»Male Marital Status: «tab» Race or Color: «tab» Age: «tab»77 Estimated Birth Year: «tab»1857 Birth Date: «tab»22 Apr 1856 Birthplace: «tab»Salem, Indiana Father: «tab»Samuel Nuckols Father's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Father's Birth Place: «tab»Salem, Indiana Mother: «tab»Carolina Simpson Mother's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Mother's Birth Place: «tab»Salem, Indiana Occupation: «tab»Farmer Residence: «tab» Street Address: «tab» Spouse: «tab»Maude Purlee Spouse's Titles and Terms (original): «tab» Spouse's Birthplace: «tab» Burial Date: «tab»02 Feb 1934 Burial Place: «tab»Salem, Washington, Indiana Cemetery: «tab» Informant: «tab» Additional Relatives: «tab» Digital Folder Number: «tab»4008318 Image Number: «tab»1691 Film Number: «tab»1675308 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: «tab»1755 Source Citation "Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/NQQF-9LL : accessed 7 June 2012), James Reed Nuckols, 1934.

[NI13418] There is a record of a Mary Nuckols in Washingon Co, IN having a child  out of wedlock 3/27/1901, a daughter.

[NI13419] NO further records found after 1910 census

[NI13420] 1880 Census Place Pierce, Washington, Indiana   Family History Library Fi lm   1254321   NA Film Number   T9-0321   Page Number   479B Samuel NUCKELS   Self   M   Male   W   60   IN   Farmer   VA   PA Caroline NUCKELS   Wife   M   Female   W   52   IN   Keeping Hou se   NC   NC Charles NUCKELS   Son   S   Male   W   23   IN   At Home   IN   IN James R. NUCKELS   Son   S   Male   W   21   IN   At Home   IN   IN Mary E. NUCKELS   Dau   S   Female   W   18   IN   At Ho William NUCKELS   Other   M   Male   W   30   IN   Farm Labor er   IN   IN Cora E. NUCKELS   Dau   S   Female   W   6   IN   At Home   IN   IN Linea NUCKELS   Dau   S   Female   W   2   IN   At Home   IN   IN

[NI13422] Was divorced at time of death. Death informant T T Crittenden, 711 Manheim Rd Address at death 3232 Campbell, Kansas City

[BI13422] Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 Name: «tab»Mary H Nuckols Birth Date: «tab»27 Mar 1853 Birth County: «tab»Woodford Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Female Father's Name: «tab»John M Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»Ann Jackson County of Residence: «tab»Woodford

[DI13422] Was divorced at time of death. Death informant T T Crittenden, 711 Manheim Rd Address at death 3232 Campbell, Kansas City

[HI13424] (Research):Name: Robert H. Nuckols Death date: 20 Jun 1933 Death place: Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio Birth date: 15 Sep 1854 Birth place: Versailles, Ky Age at death: 78 years 9 months 5 days Gender: Male Marital status: Widowed Race or color: Caucasian Street address: 1930 Philadelphia Drive Occupation: Retired Residence: Dayton, Ohio Burial date: 23 Jun 1933 Burial place: Cemetery name: Woodland Spouse name: Jennie L. Nuckols Father name: John M. Nuckols Father birth place: Ky Mother name: Ann S. Jackson Mother birth place: Ky Informant- Mrs Leslie L Smith, Dayton, OH GSU film number: 1992877 Digital GS number: 4001880 Image number: 280 Reference number: fn 35934 Collection: Ohio Deaths 1908-1953

[BI13424] Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 Name: «tab»Robert H Nuckols Birth Date: «tab»10 Sep 1855 Birth County: «tab»Woodford Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Male Father's Name: «tab»John Nuckols Mother's Name: «tab»Ann Jackson County of Residence: «tab»Woodford

[XI13424] Robert H Nuckols ID «tab»68284 Interment # «tab»50371 Full Name:     Surname «tab»Nuckols     Given Name «tab»Robert H. Burial Location:     Section «tab»120     Lot «tab»39     Tier «tab» Burial Date «tab»22 Jun 1933 Death Date «tab»20 Jun 1933 Age ( years . months . days ) «tab»78 Birth Place «tab»Versailles KY Funeral Home «tab»Whitmer

[BI13425] Kentucky Birth Records, 1852-1910 Name: «tab»John Nuckles Birth Date: «tab»2 Nov 1859 Ethnicity: «tab»White Gender: «tab»Male Father's Name: «tab»John M Nuckles Mother's Name: «tab»Ann Jackson County of Residence: «tab»Woodford

[DI13425] Kansas city Journal Tuesday, May 17, 1898 JM Nuckols Junior dead well known newspaperman breathes his last he was formerly managing editor of the Kansas city Times and later night editor of the saint Louis Republic quietly and peacefully, with his deep loaded wife and relatives at his bedside, last night at 7:20 o'clock John Milton Nuckols Junior, 39 years old, once managing editor of the Kansas city Times and later night editor of the St. Louis Republic, died at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Milton Nuckols, 3111 Tracy Ave. His illness dates back for over a year and his end was not unexpected. For several years he has been steadily sailing and it was only his strong will that him up. He refused all advice that would take him away from his desk and pay little attention to his ill health, attributing to it a temporary character. The first information that his friends had of the very serious nature of his case came when the Democratic convention was held in Chicago and he was in charge of the St. Louis Republic. He discharged the entire staff of his paper by a telegram. He is once brilliant mind had gone. Under the devoted care of a loving wife he regained much of his physical health and his mind began to manifest some slight symptoms of clearness. The first nine months of his sickness was spent in company with his wife in Jefferson city at the home of his wife's sister Mrs. Jessie W. Henry. But he again began to fail and at times became violent, resulting in his removal to St. Joseph about seven months ago, and they are she had been until two weeks ago, when his case became hopeless. He gradually decline and on the advice of the physicians he was brought to the home of his parents in this city to breathe his last. A peculiarly touching feature of his illness was the beautiful deep ocean of his wife, who never left him from the time he was stricken until he breathed his last. John Milton Nuckols Junior was born near Versailles Kentucky in 1869. When quite young the family moved to Springfield Illinois and here it was that he grew up and received his education. At the age of 18 he went into the office of his father, who was County Treas., and two years later entered the newspaper profession as a member of the reportorial staff of the Illinois State Journal. He came to Kansas city in 1889 and became connected With the Times, first as a reporter, then as it's city editor, and finally as it's managing editor. About three years ago he severed his connection with the Times to accept the position of night editor on the St. Louis Republic. Throwing himself into his new work with the enthusiasm that was characteristic of his whole life, he accomplished wonders and won the admiration of the newspaper world. He could not stand the strain, however, and his breakdown was gradual, but sure. "Jack" Nuckols, as he was familiarly known, during his residence in this city, was the most popular of men. Honest to the core, and genial, he counted his friends by the hundreds. Unassuming in manner and modest in demeanor, he was the soul of good fellowship and a friend to be "grasped to thy soul". The newspaper fraternity in particular mourn his loss as that of a well beloved brother, and the profession that he honored can ill afford to spare such as key. In 1895, he married Emma Davison , daughter of the late Dr. A D Davison, of Jefferson city. There are no children, his widow alone surviving him. The funeral services will be held at the residence of the parents, 3111 Tracy Ave., Wednesday at two o'clock. The interment will be private and at Elmwood. Kansas City Star May 17 1898 John M Nuckols Jr Is Dead the Well Known Newspaper Man Passes Quietly Away John M Nuckols Jr, died at his father's home, 3111 Tracey Ave last nig ht at 7:45 o'clock after nearly two years illness. Mr Nuckols' malady w as  paresls. The funeral will be held from the family home Wednesday after noon at 2 o'clock. The services will be conducted by the Rev T P Hal ey of the Springfield Avenue Christian Church. The pallbearers wi ll be R H Lindsey, Ralph E Stout, Fred E Butlene, Frank G Graham, D Aust in Latchw, Louis D Orrison. The body will be buried in Elmwood Cemetery. P robably no young man in Kansas City prior to his going to St Louis was bet ter known that was "Jack" Nuckols. He ws not only prominent in newspaper w ork, which had been his calling almost since his majority, but in social c ircles as well. He had many friends and his popularity was wide sprea d. Mr Nuckols was born in Woodford County Ky in 1859. When yet a child h is parents moved to Springfield, ILL where he received his education. It w as then that he did the first newspaper work. It was not until he ca me to Kansas City however in 1889 that he engaged in metropolitan journali sm, when he accepted a position on the Kansas City Times. Almost from t he first his advancement was rapid. He was soon made sity editor of the pa per under Dr Morrison Mumford and later was advanced to the managing edito rship. In Janurary 1895 he married Miss Emma Davison of Kansas City a nd in the same year moved to St Louis to accept the night editorship of t he Republic. It was there his health began to fail.  IN the early pa rt of 1896 freinds began to notice that "Jack" Nuckols as everybody call ed him, was acting strangely. He would have lapses of memory and occasioan lly his articulation would become so thick that it was hard to understa nd him. The saddest part of the affliction was that he himself seemed to r ealize his condition. At the Democratic State Convention in Jefferson Ci ty in 1896, to which Mr Nuckols had been sent by the  Republic, Kansas Ci ty newspaper men, who had not seen him for several months, immediately not iced the change. One of them suggested that he tke a vacation. John replie d, " You are worried about me, aren't you?" "Yes"  "It's my physical condition that troubles you isn't it?" Of cour se the answr was "yes" although it was only half the truth. Nuckols stopp ed a few minutes in deep thought, then he said impressively: "It's n ot my bodily health that should cause hte slighest uneasiness. It's here t he troubel is, putting his finger to his head. Shortly after this he we nt North for a months rest. He returned to his work on the Republic, appar ently much improved. In a little while, however, his old trouble again beg an to assert itself, much more materially than before. He was then acti ng city editor. Prominent St Louis specialists were consulted and they adv ised absolute quiet. He went with his loving and  attentive wife to Jeffer son City and made his home with his wife's sister, Mrs Jesse Henry. His de cline was gradual, his mond slowly growing weaker. A few months ago he beg an to show violence and it was thought best to send him to St Hoseph's asylum for the insane. Two weeks ago yesterday he was taken to his father's h ouse in Kansas City, as it was quite evident that he could live only a sho rt time. For a day or two he had been dying and the end came peacefully and without pain. Kansas City Star 5/18/1898 Funeral of J M Nuckols, Jr Simple Services Held This Afternoon at the Home of His Father The funeral of John M Nuckols, Jr, who died Monday night was held at his fathers home. 3111 Tracy Avenue at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The services u nder the direction of the Rev T P Haley, pastor of the  Springfield Aven ue Christian Church, were simple and impressive. The floral offerings we re profound. The body was taken to Elmwood Cemetery, where it was laid away. Kansas City Journal, Kansas City, MO 5/19/1898 Funeral of J M Nuckols, Jr The body of J M Nuckols Jr who died Monday at the home of his father, 2111 Tracy Ave was buried yesterday afternoon in Elmwood Cemetery. The funeral was held at the home, Rev T P Haley, of the Aprignfield Ave Christian Church officiating. Rev Mr W F Richardson of the First Christian Church offered prayer. A quartet sang. The floral offerings several of which were from newspaper men were very beautiful. Pallbearers were: R H Lindsay of the Times, D Austin Latshaw of the Journal, R E Stout and Fred S Bullene of the Star, Frank G Graham of the World and L D Orrison. The attendance was largely of newspaper men and old firneds of the family. After the ceremony at the house, the procession marched to the cemetery, where, at the grave, a short prayer was offered. Kansas City Journal, May 20, 1898 Deaths Reported- Nuckols, John M, 3111 Tracy, May 16, 38 years, paralysis of the brain: Elmwood

[NI13427] Parentage not proven. Found in neighborhood 1850 Barren Co, KY Possible son of Hezekiah P Nuckols, living on another farm in the 1850 Cen sus. 1850 Barren Co, is William NICKOLS age 22 son of Lewis and Ann Nickol s, no realtion to Nuckolls. The fact this grandson death cert had KNUCKLES, made me try to fit this guy into the family William may have had a dau Fanny who married Ralston Taylor 6/23/1875. Th ey aslo lived in Barren Co, Hiseville, KY but spelling on marriage was abs olutley NUCKOLS. copy of cert was blank for witnesses and surities, only r ecorded names and date by clerk.  JMC Taylor and Fannie appear in 1880 cen sus first child born about 1876. No Fannie or Frances Nuckols or Nichols f ound in 1850 or 1860 census. Marriage license signed by J P Nuckols, (  Joseph Pryor?). Wife name on li cense was Mary Ann Wines, Mary crossed out and Eliza written.  On the cert ificate, Eliza crossed out and "L-iza" written.  I suggest this is the rig ht family because of the following: 1) Marriage cert is W H Nuckols, no dotted "i" 2) Louisa and Eliza phonetically sound similar 3) birth of child Mary in Jan of 1870 occuring 15 months after marriage 4) Marriage license bonded by J P Nuckols (possibly Joseph Pryor) Marriage cert at home of M C Johnson who appears in 1870 & 1880 cens us as father in law 1850 Barren Co, Dist 1, KY l/w Renfro Robison was William Nuckols, age 22, blacksmith. (son of Hezeki ah?) Hezekiah and family were cabinet makers, not blacksmiths. another William age 22 son of Lewis Nuckolls. 1870 Barren Co, Hiseville, Cave City,KY pg659 McCaf Johnson, 71 b VA William H Nichols, 44, KY Louisa, 40 Mary, 6m (born January) Joseph Lain, 26 1880 Hiseville, Barren Co, Kentucky Family History Library Film 12544 02       NA       Film Number T9-0402 Page Number 154C      W. H. NICKOLS Self M Male W 43 TN Farmer IL VA         Louisa NICKOLS Wife M Female W 42 KY Keeping House VA KY         Mary A. NICKOLS Dau S Female W 11 KY At Home TN KY         William H. NICKOLS Son S Male W 9 KY TN KY         Settie NICKOLS Dau S Female W 7 KY TN KY         Logan NICKOLS Son S Male W 5 KY TN KY         M. C. JOHNSON FatherL Male W 82 VA R. Farmer VA VA        (Death Certificate Logan KNUCKLES born 3/31/1872     died 6/13/1953 Nelson Co, Bordstown, KY burial Bordstown       Cemetery 6/15/1953-died in Infirmary parents not cited)

[NI13428] Some descendants Changed the spelling to Nuckles This particular family ended up in Fayette Co WVA and several are buri ed in the historic Westlake Cemetery, resting place of the 'mother of Stonewall Jackson'. Connection from Debbie Beach Debbie Beach Waynesville MO btree@fidnet.com (invalid 12/2008) Source from Doris Dell that middle name was Wesley.

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