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Benjamin Floyd NUCKOLLS19 was born on 20 Oct 1838 in Grayson County, Virginia.19,189 Parents: Clarke S. NUCKOLLS and Rosa Bourne HALE.

Clarke S. NUCKOLLS.19,189 Parents: .

Spouse: Rosa Bourne HALE. Children were: William Swift NUCKOLLS, Malinda NUCKOLLS, Amelia Gwyn NUCKOLLS, Sarah Frances NUCKOLLS, Mary A. NUCKOLLS, Dorthula Gertrude NUCKOLLS, Margaret NUCKOLLS, Thomas Fielden NUCKOLLS, Stephen Nathaniel NUCKOLLS, Elizabeth B. NUCKOLLS, Benjamin Floyd NUCKOLLS.

Creed NUCKOLLS.19,189 Parents: .

Spouse: Elizabeth HALE. Children were: Robert Garland NUCKOLLS.

Cynthia NUCKOLLS.19 Parents: Andrew NUCKOLLS and Celia JONES.

Spouse: James JOHNSTON.

Dorthula Gertrude NUCKOLLS.19 Parents: Clarke S. NUCKOLLS and Rosa Bourne HALE.

Spouse: Robert RODGERS.

Spouse: Albert G. UMBERGER.

Elizabeth B. NUCKOLLS.19 Parents: Clarke S. NUCKOLLS and Rosa Bourne HALE.

Spouse: George W. TODD.

Ezra NUCKOLLS19,189 died in Rock Port, Missouri.19,189

Spouse: Lucinda HALE. Ezra NUCKOLLS and Lucinda HALE were married. Children were: Stephen Friel NUCKOLLS.

Lelia Burt NUCKOLLS.19,189 Parents: William Swift NUCKOLLS and Susan B. HALE.

Spouse: William Peaden WAUGH.

Malinda NUCKOLLS.19 Parents: Clarke S. NUCKOLLS and Rosa Bourne HALE.

Margaret NUCKOLLS.19 Parents: Clarke S. NUCKOLLS and Rosa Bourne HALE.

Spouse: John A. WARD.

Mary A. NUCKOLLS.19 Parents: Clarke S. NUCKOLLS and Rosa Bourne HALE.

Spouse: Churchill Fawbush MOORE. Children were: William MOORE, Arthur N. MOORE, Celia MOORE, Amelia MOORE, Rosamond B. MOORE, Lura MOORE, Leona MOORE.

Robert Garland NUCKOLLS.19,189 Parents: Creed NUCKOLLS and Elizabeth HALE.

Spouse: Lucinda HALE.

Sarah Frances NUCKOLLS.19 Parents: Clarke S. NUCKOLLS and Rosa Bourne HALE.

Spouse: Brutus Fleming COOPER. Children were: Emma COOPER.

Stephen Friel NUCKOLLS19,189 was born on 16 Aug 1825 in Grayson County, Virginia.19,189 He died on 14 Feb 1879 in Salt Lake City. Utah.19,189 Parents: Ezra NUCKOLLS and Lucinda HALE.

Spouse: Lucinda BOURNE.

Stephen Nathaniel NUCKOLLS.19 Parents: Clarke S. NUCKOLLS and Rosa Bourne HALE.

Spouse: Leona Mitchell CORNETT.

Thomas Fielden NUCKOLLS19,189 died in 1862.19,189 He was buried in Nuckolls Cemetery.19,189 Parents: Clarke S. NUCKOLLS and Rosa Bourne HALE.

William Swift NUCKOLLS19,189 died in Feb 1887.19,189 He was buried in Nuckolls Cemetery.19,189 Parents: Clarke S. NUCKOLLS and Rosa Bourne HALE.

Spouse: Susan B. HALE. Children were: Lelia Burt NUCKOLLS.

Living NUEMAN.3

Spouse: Living HAMPTON. Children were: Living HAMPTON.

Josephine NULL3,281 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 52827. [boyd-trees.ged]


Posted By: Biography
Date: December 25 1999

THE NULL FAMILY. Colonel Millard Fillmore Null, the present capable
prothonotary of Westmoreland county, Pennsylvania, was born April 5, 1854,
at the old McKeans Stand (now Ruffsdale) in East Huntingdon township,
Westmoreland, county. He is the son of Henry Harrison and Ellen (Dom) Null.

Captain Phillip Null, great-grandfather of Colonel M. C. Null, the
American ancestor, was born at Wrightsville, York county, Pennsylvania,
about 1755. His parents were Huguenots, from the French-German district,
known as Alsace-Loraine and were French people. Phillip settled in Reading,
Pennsylvania bout 1731. In 1780 he went as a captain of the revolutionary
war in the militia to North Carolina, and was at the battle of Camden,
August, 1780, where General Gates was defeated by Cornwallis. He was also
under the command of General Francis Marion, for whom he named his youngest
son. He settled at Lincolnton, North Carolina, and married Margaret
Beauchamp ("Bushong") about 1781. She was of Rockingham county, Virginia.
Their eldest son, Henry Null, the grandfather of Millard F. Null, was born
April 24, 1783, in North Carolina, the eldest of six children. The family
resided several years at the home of their grandfather, Pierre Beauchamp, in
Virginia. They crossed the Alleghany mountains in 1799, locating in
Westmoreland, county, Pennsylvania, on land upon which now stands St.
Joseph's Academy at Greensburg. After a few years the family, except three
children, removed to Putnam county, Virginia, locating on several hundred
acres of land taken on as officer's script. His son Henry and two married
daughters remained in Westmoreland county. Captain Phillip Null died at
Point Pleasant, Virginia in 1834 of cholera, while en route to visit his son
Henry at Greensburg, Pennsylvania.

Henry Null, grandfather of Colonel Millard F. Hull, and one the three
who remained in Westmoreland county, located at "McKeans Old Stand" in East
Huntingdon township. He married Elizabeth Pool, of Reading, Pennsylvania,
May 20, 1804. They had seven sons and two daughters, all reared at McKeans
Old Stand (Ruffsdale), each child having a farm given him by his father.
Henry Null began life's activities as a farmer. He became promoter of many
large business enterprises and was a large contractor, construction portions
of the old Pennsylvania canal in Indiana county. He, with his sons, built
several miles of the National Pike road, and also helped construct the
Washington and Bedford Pike of which he became a charter member and for many
years a directory of the middle division. He procured the charter for the
Cross Pike, connecting the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh Pike with the
Washington an Bedford pike of which he built some portions. He was also the
man who procured the charter for the Slack-Water navigation along the
Youghiogheny river. He finally locate at Ruffsdale, the called "McKeans
Old Stand" and established a postoffice there. He owned some on thousand
five hundred acres of land, as the fruits of his unceasing energy and toil,
coupled with his business sagacity. He never sought publicity, but was made
the candidate for the Pennsylvania Assembly in 1882, and sent as a delegate
to the Harrisburg Convention which nominated General William Henry Harrison
for president in 1836. His manhood was such that even those who differed
greatly from him were ever ready to admit his fairmindedness and generosity.
In religion he was a pronounced Presbyterian, as was his good wife, both of
whom were lifelong Christian examples of true devotion. He died October 9,
1845, after a brief illness. He left a wife, six sons and two daughters,
all of whom emulated the good name and character of their father.

Henry Harrison Null, father of Colonel Millard F. Hull, the fourth son
Henry Null was born February 16, 1815, at "McKeans Old Stand" (Ruffsdale) in
East Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland county, Pennsylvania. At the death
of his father he became the owner of the old Null homestead. He married,
July 1, 1845, Ellen Dom, daughter of Phillip an Margaret (Gerhardt) Dom, of
Wellersburg, Pennsylvania. She was the great-granddaughter of Sir John
Jacob Hentz and wife, Eleanor Krauch, of Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany ; she was
a lady of great prepossession, cultured and beloved by all within the range
of her wide acquaintance, and her kindly ways and charming graces were fully
retained throughout her entire life which closed December 27, 1904. Their
children were : Marietta, married (first) Andrew Yont, now deceased, and
(second), John J. Houseman ; Minerva, widow of Joseph W. Hough, who at the
time of his death was treasurer of Fayette county, Pa. ; Josephine, (Mrs.
John Dempsey Boyd, of Uniontown) ; Millard Fillmore, of whom later ; Jessie
Beuton, (Mrs. Samuel Alwine, Jr.) ; Sumner Fremont ; Edwina married (first)
Dr. Smith Fuller, Jr., now deceased ; (second), James Clark Work, of
Uniontown, Pa. ; Eleanor Nevada ; Henry Harrison, Jr., married Elsie G.
Roth, of Allentown, Pa.

At the date of Henry Harrison Null's death in May , 1905, he had
twenty-five grandchildren twenty-three of whom were living, including the
following. By his daughter, Mrs. Housman, Harry Null Yont; by Mrs. Hough,
Henry Harrison Null Gerhardt Hough ; by Mrs. Boyd, Henry Harrison Hull Boyd,
now superintendent of the H. C. Frick Coke Company plants in Fayette county,
Pennsylvania ; Burgess Beauchamnp Boyd, with the same company at Alverton
and Tarr ; Logan Dempsey Boyd ; Josephine Null Boyd. When a youth, Henry
Harrison Hull made his first trip as a wagoner over the Alleghany mountains
in 1834. He followed this from time to time as late as 1861. From 1845 to
1872 he was an extensive farmer. During the last named year he removed to
Greensburg, having been postmaster at Ruffsdale for twelve years. He also
served as internal revenue collector. He was a leading factor in the
building of the Wellersburg an West Newton Turn pike road, and was for a
quarter of a century president of the Robbstown and Mount Pleasant Pike Road
Company. He opened the well known Hull Hotel at Greensburg, and operated it
until he died, May 16, 1905, after many months of patient suffering. He had
lived over ninety years and noted with great interest the wonderful events
of the past century. Politically it may be said that this venerable man
early became a leader and not from selfish motives but from true principle.
He cast his first vote for General Harrison in 1836, and had voted for every
Whig and Republican presidential candidate including Theodore Roosevelt in
the Autumn of 1904. The subjoined is an extract take from a local paper the
day after his death : "In 1872 the family moved to Greensburg. Here he was
known as possessing a liberal and patriotic spirit. In his business
relations he was scrupulously honest. He had a large acquaintance
throughout the entire county, and by all with whom he came in contact he was
held in highest esteem. He was a voracious reader and one of the best
informed men on public events in Greensburg. His views wee liberal and he
was outspoken in his sentiments. He was opposed to capital punishment and
an advocate of women's rights and suffrage, of liberty of conscience, and of
all principles of freedom, secular and religious. Strongly characterized
with a humanity loving spirit, he was greatly interested in reforms for
society at large. He was a wholesouled man, ever ready to assist those who
appealed to him. Until within a few months of his death Mr. Null possessed
a remarkable memory of events of the early part of the century. He was a
recognized authority on public happenings. Since 1856 he had kept a diary,
recording each day's happenings with an accuracy which commanded on many
occasions reference by historians. These diaries contain a great wealth of
interesting data."

Millard Fillmore Null obtained his education in the public schools of
Westmoreland county, and by a course in Milton Academy. He went from the
school room to serve as an assistant for the engineering corps that laid out
the Southwestern Pennsylvania railway. He also taught school in his native
county for seven terms. He again took up surveying and mine engineering for
a number of years, part of the period in Fayette county, Pennsylvania.
Later he became associated with the H. C. Frick Coke Company at its central
works as timekeeper, paymaster and superintendent, serving in all fourteen
years. Politically, he inherited Republicanism from his father. In 1883
his party induced him to become a candidate for surveyor, but
notwithstanding he ran over five hundred ahead of his ticket, his party was
not victorious. From that date he has taken a more active part in politics,
and in 1900 was elected as prothonotary of Westmoreland county and
re-elected in 1903. At the time when the Central High school of East
Huntingdon township was established, he was a director and had much to do
towards its establishment and the sequel has proved his wisdom. He has been
connected with the Presbyterian church since 1885, first at his old home and
since 1901 as a member of the First Presbyterian church of Greensburg. He
is an honored member of Masonic fraternity, belonging to K. C. of K. T.
Lodge, No. 18 at Greensburg. Of Mr. Null's domestic relations it may be
stated that he married, March 29, 1877, at Bells Mills, South Huntingdon
township, Charlotte Bell, daughter of the late ex-Sheriff William Bell an
wife Frances (Bennett) Bell. Mr. Bell was born January 16, 1816 at Bells
Mills, the son of Walter and Polly (Finley) Bell. Walter Bell was born
Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, in 1769 and removed to Westmoreland county in
1787, locating at Bells Mills, for whom they were named. He died August 12,
1868. He married Polly Finley, daughter of Andrew and Jane Finley, of Port
Royal and came from North Carolina, originally. The Finleys were of Scotch

William Bell, Mrs. Null's father, was of Scotch blood. He died on the
old homestead, at Bells Mills, December 24, 1888. The family were of the
Presbyterian faith. He served as sheriff of this county from 1862 to 1865.
He was most generous and noted for his hospitality and was acquainted far
and near. His wife was the daughter of David and Sarah Bennett, born 1826,
near Port Royal. David Bennett was the son of John Bennett, who emigrated
from France. His wife was Sarah Hough, of German ancestry. Their children
were : 1. Charles McCully, educated at the High School and Seminary at
Greensburg, graduating in the classical course in 1899. He studied for a
lawyer and registered, but is now in the accounting department of the
Keystone Coal and Coke Company. 2. Walter Bennett, attended the public
schools of Greensburg and Leech's Business College of the same place, taking
stenography and typewriting. When sixteen years of age he served as page
two terms for Senator Robbins, in Washington D. C. For the past six years
he has been associated with the American Sheet Steel an Tin Plate Company,
located at Scottdale, Pa. 3. Eleanor attended the common schools of
Westmoreland county and Darlington Seminary at West Chester, Pa. 4.
Genevieve. 5. Millard Fillmore. 6. Galia Minota. 7. Henry Harrison.

Colonel M. F. Null, as he is always called, is an unassuming man, who
may justly be proud of his ancestry, and his highest aim in life is to be
able to properly educate his family, that they may bear well their part as
good citizens and members of society, as have the generations before them,
bearing the name of Null.

"Source Pages 19 thru 22 History of Westmoreland County, Volume II,
Pennsylvania by John N. Boucher. New York, The Lewis Publishing Company,
Transcribed May 5, 1999 by Marilynn Wienke for the Westmoreland County
History Project
Published 1999 by the Westmoreland County Pennsylvania Genealogy Project"

Spouse: John Dempsey BOYD. John Dempsey BOYD and Josephine NULL were married. Reference Number:791339 Children were: Josephine Null BOYD.

William NULL3,206 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 5239.

Spouse: Martha BOYD. William NULL and Martha BOYD were married on 31 Jan 1839 in Jefferson Co. MO.3,206 Reference Number:104465

Eberhard NULLENBURG7,64 was born about 840 in .

Spouse: GISELLA. Eberhard NULLENBURG and GISELLA were married in . Children were: Reginlinde De NULLENBURG.

Reginlinde De NULLENBURG7,64 was born about 887 in Of France. She died about 958. Parents: Eberhard NULLENBURG and GISELLA.

Spouse: Richard I Von Schwaben SWABIA. Richard I Von Schwaben SWABIA and Reginlinde De NULLENBURG were married in 904 in . Children were: Bertha Of SWABIA.

Living NUMANN.5,128

Spouse: Living HALSTEAD. Children were: Living HALSTEAD, Living HALSTEAD.


Spouse: Elisha BOYD.

Henry NUNEMAKER3,41 was born in .3,41 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 85187.

Spouse: Emily ROSS. Henry NUNEMAKER and Emily ROSS were married. Reference Number:1374818

Living NUNERY.3

Spouse: Living SHOCK. Children were: Living SHOCK, Living SHOCK.

Living NUNES.3 Parents: Living NUNES and Living JERNIGAN.

Spouse: Living BRADLEY. Children were: Living BRADLEY, Living BRADLEY.

Living NUNES.3

Spouse: Living JERNIGAN. Children were: Living NUNES.

Jimena NUNEZ7,213 was born in 1061 in Toledo, New Castile, Spain. Parents: .

Spouse: Alfonso CASTILE VI. Alfonso CASTILE VI and Jimena NUNEZ were married in <, Santiago DE Comp, Spain>.

Living NUNEZ.3

Spouse: Living SMITH. Children were: Mario Nunez JR..

Living NUNEZ.3 Parents: Living NUNEZ and Living MARTINHO.

Living NUNEZ.3 Parents: Living NUNEZ and Living MARTINHO.

Living NUNEZ.3 Parents: Living NUNEZ and Living MARTINHO.

Living NUNEZ.3

Spouse: Living MARTINHO. Children were: Living NUNEZ, Living NUNEZ, Living NUNEZ.

Living NUNEZ.

Spouse: Living TRAHAN. Children were: Living TRAHAN, Living TRAHAN.

Alma E. NUNLEY3,333 was born in Jan 1899.3,333 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 105066. Parents: Louis G. NUNLEY and Iva E..

Bettie NUNLEY3,333 was born in Jun 1879 in Bosque Co., TX.3,333 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 105014. Parents: Mark Berry NUNLEY and Florence WHITLEY.

Gus NUNLEY3,333 was born in 1877 in Bosque Co., TX.3,333 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 105013. Parents: Mark Berry NUNLEY and Florence WHITLEY.

Henry Amos NUNLEY3,333 was born on 3 Mar 1847 in Cane Hill, Washington Co., AR.3,333 He died on 22 Apr 1915.3,333 He is reference number 105212. Parents: John NUNLEY and Mary RICH.

John NUNLEY3,333 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 105210.

Spouse: Mary RICH. John NUNLEY and Mary RICH were married. Reference Number:1650535 Children were: Henry Amos NUNLEY, Rebecca NUNLEY, Millie NUNLEY, Mark Berry NUNLEY, Mary Agnes NUNLEY, John Dee NUNLEY.

John NUNLEY3,333 was born in Nov 1884 in Bosque Co., TX.3,333 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 105016. Parents: Mark Berry NUNLEY and Florence WHITLEY.

John Dee NUNLEY3,333 was born on 3 Mar 1864 in McKinney, Collin CO., TX.3,333 He died on 10 Nov 1926 in Lincoln, Washington Co., AR.3,333 He is reference number 105216. Parents: John NUNLEY and Mary RICH.

Living NUNLEY.3

Spouse: Living BARTON.

Lodelma NUNLEY.3 Parents: Louis G. NUNLEY and Iva E..

Louis G. NUNLEY3,333 was born in Nov 1875 in Bosque Co., TX.3,333 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 105012. Parents: Mark Berry NUNLEY and Florence WHITLEY.

Spouse: Iva E.. Louis G. NUNLEY and Iva E. were married about 1898.3,333 Reference Number:1650546 Children were: Alma E. NUNLEY, Thelma L. NUNLEY, Lodelma NUNLEY.

Mark Berry NUNLEY3,333 was born on 21 Jul 1852 in AR..3,333 He died on 30 Jan 1940 in Bu. Morgan Cem. Bosque Co., TX.3,333 He is reference number 105011. [boyd-trees.ged]


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1910 Mark is living alone near his son Lewis. Parents: John NUNLEY and Mary RICH.

Spouse: Florence WHITLEY. Mark Berry NUNLEY and Florence WHITLEY were married on 6 Jan 1875 in Bosque Co. TX.3,333 Reference Number:1650513 Children were: Louis G. NUNLEY, Gus NUNLEY, Bettie NUNLEY, Mary NUNLEY, John NUNLEY, Thomas NUNLEY.

Mary NUNLEY3,333 was born in Apr 1882 in Bosque Co., TX.3,333 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 105015. Parents: Mark Berry NUNLEY and Florence WHITLEY.

Mary Agnes NUNLEY3,333 was born about 1855.3,333 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 105215. Parents: John NUNLEY and Mary RICH.

Millie NUNLEY3,333 was born about 1850.3,333 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 105214. Parents: John NUNLEY and Mary RICH.

Rebecca NUNLEY3,333 was born about 1850.3,333 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 105213. Parents: John NUNLEY and Mary RICH.

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