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First Virginia Nuckolls and kindred : book II

by Nuckolls Worldwide Kindred Society
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Salem, Massachusetts : Higginson Book Co., c2000
vii, 920 p. : ill., coat of arms, ports.
[2nd ed.]

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Supplement: Addendum - 2007. 1131 p.

Bertha Nuckolls wrote the first edition of this book and it was edited by Sally Tongren and published in 1960. Sandi Koscak indexed and greatly expanded the second editon.

James Nuckolls was born 30 June 1670 in New Kent County, Virginia. His father was James Nuccol. He married Elizabeth in about 1686 and they had one son, Edward. He married Susannah Pouncey in about 1694 and they had four children. He died in about 1727. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, Oklahoma and Texas.

Includes index.

Includes Nuckols, Nuckles, Nuckels, Agee, Anderson, Bagby, Barber, Boaze, Cowan, Dabney, Davidson, Duke, Easley, Foster, Francisco, Hale, Iles, Kyle, Ledbetter, Myers, Ragsdale, Snoddy, Thornton, Trimble, Ward, Wells and related families.

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