Lot 70 (NICHOLSON)
   
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JAMES A. MARGRET
NICHOLSON NICHOLSON
 (Oct 8, 1839 - Feb 25, 1915)   (Jan 4, 1845 - Jan 10, 1916) 
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CURTIS H. NICHOLSON
(Sept 14, 1885 - Sept 13, 1977)
 
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Obituary
JAMES ALEXANDER NICHOLSON  (08 Oct 1839 - 25 Feb 1915)
and his wife
MARGRET PEISTER NICHOLSON   (04 Jan 1845 - 10 Jan 1916)
are buried here near their son.
CURTIS H. NICHOLSON   (14 Sep 1885 - 13 Sep 1977)
 
YUKON SUN - 10 Mar 1915:
JAMES A. NICHOLSON DEAD
James A. Nicholson was born in North Carolina Oct. 8th 1839; died at Yukon Okla., February 25th 1915, aged 75 years 4 months and 18 days. At the age of twelve he moved with his parents to Hamilton county Indiana. Here he was united in marriage to Caroline Keffler in 1858. Two children were born to this union, Char. Nicholson, of Munhall, Okla., and little Cordia, being taken away when only a child of five years. In his 31st year he was married again to Louise Stephens and to this union six children were born – Cora Skaggs, of Minen, Okla.; George Nicholson, of Britton, Okla.; Will Nicholson, of Britton, Okla.; Mary Wymer, of Marlow, Okla.; Meda Rosecrans, of Blanchard, Okla.; Anna Camp, of Marshall, Okla.; Susan passes away when only an infant. While these children were yet small they were left without a mother. In 1883 he was married to Margaret Shoultz who bore the trials, and shared the joys as well, until he passed away. One child was born to this union—Curtis Nicholson – who resides on the farm near Yukon. Mr. Nicholson was a patriotic citizen, offering his services to his country at the beginning of the war and remaining to the close. He was a volunteer in Company E. Regiment 38, of Indiana. Because of faithfulness he was promoted to Second Lieutenant. He was also a member of the Methodist church in Iowa. As neighbor, friend, husband and father he was faithful and kind, and a worthy citizen who will be missed in this community. He is survived by a wife, eight children, twenty-three grandchildren and two great grandchildren. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. C. N. Hewitt, at the home, and interment was made in the Carson cemetery. The family have the sympathy of their many friends at this time of sorrow.

James Alexander Nicholson was born October 8, 1839, in Wilkesboro, Wilkes County, North Carolina, the eldest of six children born to William Goforth and Aladelphia Speaks Nicholson. William was possibly the son of James Nicholson (born 1797) who is listed in the 1850 Wilkes County census. In 1850 James Alexander moved with his father's family to Hamilton County, Indiana (near Noblesville).

He married Caroline Keffer on 10 March 1859 at Noblesville. James and Caroline had two children:

Charles Alexander Nicholson
Elizabeth (Betty) Nicholson

On August 16, 1861, James volunteered to serve in the Civil War. He was a 2nd Lieutenant, Company E, 8th Regiment, Indiana Cavalry. He served three years, was wounded in battle and discharged December 9, 1864 at Savannah, Georgia.

James Alexander Nicholson married Louise Stephens on 7 December 1868 at Noblesville. They moved to Wayne County, Iowa in 1869. Louise died 10 November 1882. James and Louise had seven children:

Cora Nicholson
George Nicholson
George Nicholson married Laura, the daughter of Lewis and Lucy Rosecrans who are also buried at Olive Hill (lot 46). Their daughter Lola Nicholson Bailey was the first Association Historian and was married to the grandson of Olive Hand Bailey.
Mary Nicholson
William Nicholson
Almeda Nicholson
Anna Nicholson
Susan Nicholson

James Alexander Nicholson married a widow, Margret Peister Schultz on 14 March 1883 in Wayne County, Iowa. James and Margret had one son, Curtis who is buried nearby.

Margret Peister was born 4 January 1845 in Pike County Iowa. The family moved to Spring Creek Township, Oklahoma Territory in 1891/2. The purchased the quarter acre 7 miles west and one mile north of Britton, Oklahoma, this was the southwest corner of Council Road and Hefner, one mile west of Olive Hill Cemetery (the farm is now a housing development called "Harvest Hills"). The Nicholson children did most of the farming. About 1907, James and Margret moved to Yukon, Oklahoma where they lived out the rest of their lives. Margret died 10 January 1916 at Seymour Iowa on a visit to her son Andrew Schultz.

In 1988, Oleeva Nicholson Albrecht (daughter of George and Laura Rosecrans Nicholson) remembered her grandfather's funeral:

"His funeral was in the home, as many were in those days. They would clear out a room and set the casket in it. Grandpa had on his navy blue army uniform and his long white whiskers were spread out neatly on his chest. His whiskers were always immaculately clean and brushed"

Curtis Nicholson was the oldest person to be buried at Olive Hill. He was born September 14, 1885, in Sewal, Wayne County, Iowa, the youngest of ten children born to James Alexander Nicholson and the youngest child of Margret Peister Schultz Nicholson. He eloped with 15 year old Cassie Estes on November 11, 1903. They were married in Britton, Oklahoma.  They had six children.

Stella Nicholson
Ida Nicholson
Nola Nicholson
Elsie Nicholson
Howard Nicholson
Fern Nicholson

Curtis then married, May Dixon Lawson, on 30 March 1939. She died in June 1972 and is buried in Bethany Cemetery (Oklahoma).

 
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Genealogy:
Family of James and Margaret Peister Shultz Nicholson
 
Generation No. 1

 

1. JAMES A.3 NICHOLSON (WILLIAM2, JAMES 1) was born 09 Oct 1839 in Wilkesboro, Wilkes Co, NC, and died 25 Feb 1915 in Yukon, Canadian Co, OK. He married (1) CAROLINE C. KEFFER 10 Mar 1859 in Noblesville, Hamilton Co, IA. She was born 03 Aug 1840 in IN, and died 15 Apr 1916 in Hamilton Co, IN. He married (2) LOUISE STEPHENS 07 Dec 1868 in Noblesville, Hamilton Co, IA. She was born 1840 in IN, and died 10 Nov 1882 in IA. He married (3) MARGRET PEISTER 14 Mar 1883 in Wayne Co, IA, daughter of VALENTINE PEISTER and ROSENA ?. She was born 04 Jan 1845 in Pike Co, OH, and died 10 Jan 1916 in Yukon, Canadian Co, OK.

Notes for JAMES A. NICHOLSON:
On August 16, 1861, James volunteered to serve in the Civil War. He was a 2nd Lieutenant, Company E, 8th Regiment, Indiana Cavalry. He served three years, was wounded in battle and discharged December 9, 1864 at Savannah, Georgia.
More About JAMES A. NICHOLSON:
Burial: Olive Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK [70]
Military service: Civil War - Union (LT) Co. E. 39th Indiana
 
Notes for MARGRET PEISTER:
Mother and Father born Germany
Shown Divorced in the 1880 census
More About MARGRET PEISTER:
Burial: Olive Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK [70]

Children of JAMES NICHOLSON and CAROLINE KEFFER are:

i. CORAELEN4 NICHOLSON, b. 1860, Hamilton Co, IN; d. Bet. 1860 - 1870, Hamilton Co, IN.

ii. HANNAH ELIZABETH NICHOLSON, b. Jun 1864, Hamilton Co, IN; d. Bet. 1930 - 1960, IN; m. ABSOLOM MOUNTJOY, 29 Aug 1887, Hamilton Co, IN; b. Mar 1853, IN; d. Bet. 1900 - 1910, IN.

Notes for HANNAH ELIZABETH NICHOLSON:
1920 census - wife if Curtis Stine
1930 census - Elizabeth Steine

Children of JAMES NICHOLSON and LOUISE STEPHENS are:

iii. CORA E.4 NICHOLSON, b. 1868, Hamilton Co, IN; d. 26 May 1953, Tuttle, Grady Co, OK; m. THOMAS OWEN SKAGGS, 07 Aug 1903, Oklahoma Co, OK; b. Dec 1869, IL; d. Bet. 1953 - 1959, OK.

Notes for CORA E. NICHOLSON:
OBITUARY: 05/28/1953; p.55
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Cora N. Skaggs Funeral Today
Tuttle, may 27--Funeral for Mrs. Cora Nickelson Skaggs, 84, will be at 2:30 P.m. Thursday in the First Baptist church here. Mrs. Skaggs died late Tuesday in her home north of here.
She had lived in Tuttle since 1913 and had been a resident of Oklahoma since 1902. Mrs. Skaggs was a member of the Baptist church.
She is survived by her husband, Owen; two sisters, Mrs. Meda Rosecrans, Vinita; Mrs. Anna DeBow, Perry; a brother Bill Nickelson, Edmond; two half-brothers, Curtis Nickelson, Big Cabin, and James Nickelson, Mulhall, and two grandchildren.
More About CORA E. NICHOLSON:
Burial: 28 May 1953, Tuttle, Grady Co, OK
Obituary: 28 May 1953, Daily Oklahoman
 
Notes for THOMAS OWEN SKAGGS:
Mother and Father born KY

iv. GEORGE G. NICHOLSON, b. Feb 1871, Wayne Co, IA; d. 15 Sep 1935, Yukon, Canadian Co, OK; m. LAURA ALMINA ROSECRANS, 12 Mar 1896, Britton, Oklahoma Co, OK; b. 13 Dec 1878, Clearmont, Nodaway Co, MO; d. 05 Nov 1956, Yukon, Canadian Co, OK.

Notes for GEORGE G. NICHOLSON:
OBITUARY: 09/15/1935
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Nicholson--George W. Age 65. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 p.m. Paas chapel, Edmond. Besides his wife, 2 sons, Everett W. of Britton, Archie R. of Oklahoma City; 2 daughters, Miss Lola Nicholson, Oklahoma City, and Mrs. Oleeva Albrecht, Edmond. Burial Memorial Park.
More About GEORGE G. NICHOLSON:
Burial: 16 Sep 1935, Memorial Park Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK
Obituary: 15 Sep 1935, Daily Oklahoman
 
Notes for LAURA ALMINA ROSECRANS:
OBITUARY: 11/06/1956
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Rites for Mrs. Laura Nicholson, of 3615 Barnes, Oklahoma county resident 67 years will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Hahn-Cook funeral home. Interment will be in Memorial Park cemetery. Mrs. Nicholson, 78 died in her home Monday following an extended illness. The wife of the late George Nicholson, she made the run into Oklahoma in 1889 settling on a farm northwest of Oklahoma City. She lived there until the death of her husband in 1935. Since that time she has made her home with her son, Arch. Also surviving are another son, E.W., of 1307 NW 97; two daughters, Mrs. Fred Bailey, of Yukon and Mrs. Carl Albrecht, Edmond; two granddaughters and a brother, L. J. Rosecrans, Vinita.
More About LAURA ALMINA ROSECRANS:
Burial: 06 Nov 1956, Memorial Park Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK
Certificate: #12
Obituary: 06 Nov 1956, Daily Oklahoman

v. MARY E. NICHOLSON, b. 1872, Wayne Co, IA; d. Bet. 1930 - 1962, OK?; m. JOHN R. WYMER, 18 Dec 1892, Wayne Co, IA; b. 1866, IA; d. Bet. 1930 - 1956, OK?.

Notes for JOHN R. WYMER:
Mother and Father born OH

vi. WILLIAM J. NICHOLSON, b. 1874, Wayne Co, IA; d. 31 Oct 1962, Oklahoma City, OK.

Notes for WILLIAM J. NICHOLSON:
OBITUARY: 10/31/1962
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NICHOLSON -- William J. age 87, Services 2 p.m. Thursday, Baggerly Chapel, Edmond. Interment Memorial Park. Survivors; 1 sister Anna DeBow, Perry; 1 brother, Curtis, Big Cabin; Several nieces & nephews including Mrs. Carl Albrecht, Edmond; Mrs. Fred Bailey, Yukon; E. W. Nicholson 1301 NW 97, city.
More About WILLIAM J. NICHOLSON:
Burial: 01 Nov 1962, Memorial Park Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK
Obituary: 31 Oct 1962, Daily Oklahoman

vii. ALMEDA NICHOLSON, b. Oct 1876, Wayne Co, IA; d. 13 Oct 1956, Vinita, Craig Co, OK; m. LEWIS JACK ROSECRANS, 1898, OK; b. 22 Oct 1865, Bradyville, Page Co, IA; d. 22 Mar 1963, OK.

Notes for ALMEDA NICHOLSON:
OBITUARY: 10/15/1956
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VINITA, Oct. 14-- Services for Mrs. Almeda Rosecrans, 80, who died Saturday in her home here, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday in Luginbuel Brothers funeral home chapel. Burial will be in Fairview cemetery.
Mrs. Rosecrans moved to Craig county from Oklahoma City in 1917. She and her family ad lived in Vinita for the past 20 years. She was a member of the First Baptist church, Vinita.
Survivors include her husband L. H. Rosecrans of the home; two daughters, Mrs. L H. Myers, route 3, Vinita, and Mrs. C. C. McSwonger, Hammond, Ind.; one sister, Mrs. Anna Debow, Perry; two brothers, William Nicholson, Edmond, and Curtis Nicholson, Big Cabin, six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
More About ALMEDA NICHOLSON:
Burial: 15 Oct 1956, Fairview Cemetery, Vinita, Craig Co, OK
Obituary: 15 Oct 1956, Daily Oklahoman
 
More About LEWIS JACK ROSECRANS:
Certificate: 05 Nov 1956, #12

viii. ANNA SAVINA NICHOLSON, b. 13 Aug 1877, Sewal, Wayne Co, IA; d. 27 Jan 1969, Perry, Noble Co, OK; m. (1) ALFRED EDWIN CAMP, 1897, OK; b. 14 Feb 1865, Joliet, Will Co, IL; d. 27 Aug 1939, Perry, Noble Co, OK; m. (2) ALFRED ALONZO DEBOW, Bet. 31 Aug 1944 - 15 Oct 1951, Noble Co, OK; b. 25 May 1865, Steuben Co, IN; d. 15 Oct 1951, Perry, Noble Co, OK.

Notes for ANNA SAVINA NICHOLSON:
1910 Census - 3 children born 3 still living
More About ANNA SAVINA NICHOLSON:
Burial: Grace Hill Cemetery, Perry, Noble Co, OK
 
More About ALFRED EDWIN CAMP:
Burial: Grace Hill Cemetery, Perry, Noble Co, OK
 
Notes for ALFRED ALONZO DEBOW:
OBITUARY: 10/16/1951
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PERRY -- Alfred Alonzo DeBow, 86-year-old early day settler, died Monday in his home here.
Born in Indiana, he came to Noble county in 1893 with the opening of the Cherokee Strip. He settled near Morrison and moved to Perry in 1908.
Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in Newton funeral chapel. Burial will be in Grace Hill Cemetery.
Surviving are his wife, Anna; one daughter and one son.
More About ALFRED ALONZO DEBOW:
Burial: 16 Oct 1951, Grace Hill Cemetery, Perry, Nobel Co, OK
Obituary: 16 Oct 1951, Daily Oklahoman

ix. SUSAN NICHOLSON, b. Aft. 1880, Wayne Co, IA; d. Bet. 1880 - 1970.

Child of JAMES NICHOLSON and MARGRET PEISTER is:

x. CURTIS4 NICHOLSON, b. 14 Sep 1885, Wayne Co, IA; d. 13 Sep 1977, Blackwell, Kay Co, OK; m. (1) CASSANDER ESTES, 11 Nov 1903, Britton, Oklahoma Co, OK; b. 08 Jul 1886, Hall Summit, Coffey Co, KS; d. 15 Feb 1950, South Haven, Sumner Co, KS; m. (2) LILA MAY DIXON, 30 Mar 1939, OK; b. 05 Dec 1885, Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co, AR; d. 11 Jun 1972, Oklahoma City, OK.

Notes for CURTIS NICHOLSON:
OBITUARY: 09/16/1977; p.101
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BLACKWELL--NICHOLSON, Curtis H., 91. Services Friday (Roberts).
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Curtis Nicholson was born September 14, 1885, in Sewal, Wayne Co, Iowa, the youngest of ten children born to James Alexander Nicholson and the youngest child of Margaret Peaster Schultz Nicholson. He eloped with 15 year old Cassie Estes on November 11, 1903.  They were married in Britton, Oklahoma. They had six children.
Curtis then married, May Dixon Lawson, on 30 March 1939.  She died in June 1972 and is buried in Bethany Cemetery (Oklahoma).  Curtis died September 13, 1977 at Blackwell, Oklahoma.  He is buried here next to his father James Alexander Nicholson and his mother Margaret Peister Nicholson.
More About CURTIS NICHOLSON:
Burial: 16 Sep 1977, Olive Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, OK [70]
Certificate: 26 Nov 1950, #09
Obituary: 16 Sep 1977, Daily Oklahoman
 
Notes for CASSANDER ESTES:
Father: William Peter ESTES b: SEP 1848 in Cass Co, MO
Mother: Nancy Elizabeth ADKINS b: NOV 1858 in KS
 
Notes for LILA MAY DIXON:
OBITUARY: 06/12/1972
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Mrs. May Lawson Nicholson, 86, Big Cabin, formerly of Bethany, died Sunday at Deaconess Hospital. Services will be at 4; p.m. Tuesday at Bill Merritt Funeral Service with burial in Bethany Cemetery.
Mrs. Nicholson a native of Pine Bluff, Ark. came to Bethany in 1919 and moved to Big Cabin in 1939. She was a member of the Putnam City Christian Church.
Survivors include her husband, Curtis; four daughters, and a sister, Mrs. Dovey Gordon, Bethany.
More About LILA MAY DIXON:
Burial: 13 Jun 1972, Bethany Cemetery, Oklahoma Co, OK
Obituary: 12 Jun 1972, Daily Oklahoman
 
Generation No. 2

 

4. William Nicholson31,32,33,34,35, born 17 Mar 1820 in Wilkes Co, NC; died 13 Feb 1908 in Wayne Co, IA. He was the son of 8. James Nicholson and 9. Susannah Sale. He married 5. Delphia Alice Speake 25 May 1838 in Wilkes Co, NC36.

5. Delphia Alice Speake37,38,39, born 1817 in Wilkes Co, NC; died Bet. 1880 - 1900 in Wayne Co, IA.

Notes for William Nicholson:
Tombstone says husband of Aladelphia.
More About William Nicholson:
Burial: Richardson Chapel, Jackson Twp, Wayne Co, IA
 
Notes for Delphia Alice Speake:
Listed as Aladelphia in the 1880 census.

Children of William Nicholson and Delphia Speake are:

2 i. James A. Nicholson, born 09 Oct 1839 in Wilkesboro, Wilkes Co, NC; died 25 Feb 1915 in Yukon, Canadian Co, OK; married (1) Caroline C. Keffer 10 Mar 1859 in Noblesville, Hamilton Co, IA; married (2) Louise Stephens 07 Dec 1868 in Noblesville, Hamilton Co, IA; married (3) Margret Peister 14 Mar 1883 in Wayne Co, IA.

ii. Lucinda Nicholson40, born 1841 in Wilkes Co, NC; died Bet. 1860 - 1931.

iii. William F. Nicholson40,41,42,43,44,45, born Dec 1845 in Wilkes Co, NC; died Bet. 1910 - 1920 in Hamilton Co, IN.

Notes for William F. Nicholson:
Married Elizabeth Caroline ? abt. 1868 (in 1910 - 7 children born 5 still living) she was born Jul 1843

iv. Amanda J. Nicholson46,47,48,49,50,51, born Jun 1844 in Wilkes Co, NC; died Bet. 1910 - 1920 in Wayne Co, IA.

Notes for Amanda J. Nicholson:
Married William Stephens in 1862 (in 1900 - 9 children born 8 still living) he was born Sept 1837 in PA - he died in 1924 and is buried in Richardson Chapel, Jackson Twp, Wayne Co, IA.

v. Delphia Nicholson52,53,54, born 1845 in Wilkes Co, NC; died Bet. 1880 - 1935.

Notes for Delphia Nicholson:
Name could be Alamedia

vi. Hiram F. Nicholson55,56,57,58,59,60,61, born Apr 1848 in Wilkes Co, NC; died 1928 in Wayne Co, IA.

Notes for Hiram F. Nicholson:
Married Mary A. ? - no children she was born Feb. 1850 - died before 1920
More About Hiram F. Nicholson:
Burial: Shriver Cemetery, Jackson Twp, Wayne Co, IA

 

 

6. Valentine Peister62,63,64, born 1814 in GERMANY; died 29 Jan 1871 in Wayne Co, IA. He married 7. Rosena W. ? Abt. 1838 in GERMANY.

7. Rosena W. ?65,66,67,68, born 1817 in GERMANY; died Bet. 1880 - 1900 in IA.

More About Valentine Peister:
Burial: Tharp Cemetery, Walnut Twp, Wayne Co, IA
Immigration: 1841
 
More About Rosena W. ?:
Immigration: 1841

 

Children of Valentine Peister and Rosena ? are:

i. Conrad Peister69,70,71,72,73,74, born 05 May 1839 in GERMANY; died 18 Apr 1915 in Torrington, Goshen Co, WY.

Notes for Conrad Peister:
1880 & 1900 - wife Harriet F. b.1848 OH
More About Conrad Peister:
Immigration: 1841
Military service: 1864, 124th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Company D

ii. Catherine B. Peister75,76, born 1843 in Pike Co, OH; died Bet. 1860 - 1933.

3 iii. Margret Peister, born 04 Jan 1845 in Pike Co, OH; died 10 Jan 1916 in Yukon, Canadian Co, OK; married (1) ? Shoultz Abt. 1864 in IA; married (2) James A. Nicholson 14 Mar 1883 in Wayne Co, IA.

iv. Mary Elizabeth Peister76,77,78,79,80,81, born Oct 1850 in Pike Co, OH; died Bet. 1920 - 1930 in KS.

Notes for Mary Elizabeth Peister:
Spouse: Joseph Algernon Eldridge Marriage: 24 JAN 1874 Wayne Co, IA ( he was born Apr 1851 in IA died bet 1910 - 1920 in OK or KS)
Census 1900:
Name             Age
Joseph Eldridge 49 Apr 1851
Mary E Eldridge 42 Oct 1850
Carl Eldridge   19 Oct 1880
John Eldridge   17 Mar 1883
Lena Eldridge    5 Mar 1885
Alice Eldridge   9 Dec 1890
Freda Eldridge   7 Mar 1893

v. George A. Peister82,83,84,85,86,87,88, born Aug 1852 in Pike Co, OH; died Bet. 1930 - 1942 in OK.

Notes for George A. Peister:
Spouse: LUCINDA VAN PELT Marriage: 30 DEC 1875 Wayne Co, IA - she was born in Feb 1853 - in 1900 there were 6 children born 4 still living
After 1900 this family spelled the name PEASTER.

vi. Hellena Peister89,90,91, born 1854 in Pike Co, OH; died Bet. 1880 - 1944.

vii. Phillip P. Peister92,93,94,95,96,97,98, born Mar 1858 in Wayne Co, IA; died Bet. 1930 - 1948 in Wayne Co, IA.

Notes for Phillip P. Peister:
Spouse: May J. Willis Marriage: 05 JUL 1879 Wayne Co, IA
1900 - 1930 wife's name is Hettie M. (b. 1862)

 

 
Generation No. 2

 

8. James Nicholson99, born 1797 in Wilkes Co, NC; died 11 Jan 1867 in Wayne Twp, Hamilton Co, IN. He married 9. Susannah Sale 20 Jun 1816 in Wilkes Co, NC.

9. Susannah Sale99, born 1797 in Wilkes Co, NC; died 01 Apr 1856 in Wayne Twp, Hamilton Co, IN.

More About James Nicholson:
Burial: Bethel Cemetery, Wayne Twp, Hamilton Co, IN
 
More About Susannah Sale:
Burial: Bethel Cemetery, Wayne Twp, Hamilton Co, IN

 

Child of James Nicholson and Susannah Sale is:

4 i. William Nicholson, born 17 Mar 1820 in Wilkes Co, NC; died 13 Feb 1908 in Wayne Co, IA; married Delphia Alice Speake 25 May 1838 in Wilkes Co, NC.

 

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64. Census 1870 - IA - Walnut, Wayne Co; p.370; ROLL: M593_425.
65. Census 1850 - OH - Seal, Pike Co; p.309; ROLL: M432_721.
66. Census 1860 - IA - Monroe, Wayne Co; p.10; ROLL: M653_344.
67. Census 1870 - IA - Walnut, Wayne Co; p.370; ROLL: M593_425.
68. Census 1880 - IA - Walnut, Wayne Co; p.394B; ROLL: T9_369; ED: 246.
69. Census 1850 - OH - Seal, Pike Co; p.309; ROLL: M432_721.
70. Census 1860 - IA - Monroe, Wayne Co; p.10; ROLL: M653_344.
71. Census 1870 - IA - Walnut, Wayne Co; p.330; ROLL: M593_425.
72. Census 1880 - IA - Monroe, Wayne Co; p.372B; ROLL: T9_369; ED: 245.
73. Census 1900 - WY - Torrington, Laramie Co; p.2B; ROLL: T623_1827; ED: 44.
74. Census 1910 - WY - Torrington, Laramie Co; p.8A; ROLL: T624_1746; ED: 89.
75. Census 1850 - OH - Seal, Pike Co; p.309; ROLL: M432_721.
76. Census 1860 - IA - Monroe, Wayne Co; p.10; ROLL: M653_344.
77. Census 1870 - IA - Walnut, Wayne Co; p.370; ROLL: M593_425.
78. Census 1880 - IA - Monroe, Wayne Co; p.373B; ROLL: T9_369; ED: 245.
79. Census 1900 - OK - Deer Creek, Oklahoma Co; p.5B; ROLL: T623_1340; ED: 162.
80. Census 1910 - OK - Mathewson Twp, Canadian Co; p.3B; ROLL: T624_1246; ED: 93.
81. Census 1920 - KS - Liberal, Seward Co; p.6B; ROLL: T625_550; ED: 225.
82. Census 1860 - IA - Monroe, Wayne Co; p.10; ROLL: M653_344.
83. Census 1870 - IA - Walnut, Wayne Co; p.370; ROLL: M593_425.
84. Census 1880 - IA - Walnut, Wayne Co; p.394B; ROLL: T9_369; ED: 246.
85. Census 1900 - OK - Frisco, Canadian Co; p.7B; ROLL: T623_1335; ED: 19.
86. Census 1910 - OK - Frisco, Canadian Co; p.9B; ROLL: T624_1246; ED: 91.
87. Census 1920 - OK - Coyle, Murray Co; p.14A; ROLL: T625_1475; ED: 87.
88. Census 1930 - OK - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co; p.18A; ROLL: 1918; ED: 35.
89. Census 1860 - IA - Monroe, Wayne Co; p.10; ROLL: M653_344.
90. Census 1870 - IA - Walnut, Wayne Co; p.370; ROLL: M593_425.
91. Census 1880 - IA - Walnut, Wayne Co; p.394B; ROLL: T9_369; ED: 246.
92. Census 1860 - IA - Monroe, Wayne Co; p.10; ROLL: M653_344.
93. Census 1870 - IA - Walnut, Wayne Co; p.370; ROLL: M593_425.
94. Census 1880 - IA - Walnut, Wayne Co; p.394B; ROLL: T9_369; ED: 246.
95. Census 1900 - IA - Walnut, Wayne Co; p.6B; ROLL: T623_464; ED: 154.
96. Census 1910 - IA - Walnut, Wayne Co; p.6B; ROLL: T624_427; ED: 168.
97. Census 1920 - IA - Walnut, Wayne Co; p.5A; ROLL: T625_517; ED: 180.
98. Census 1930 - IA - Walnut, Wayne Co; p.3B; ROLL: 686; ED: 21.
99. Census 1850 - NC - Not Stated, Wilkes Co; p.268; ROLL: M432_649.
 
Genealogy last updated: Wednesday, May 31, 2017
 
OHC Relations
 
  George Nicholson married Laura, the daughter of Lewis and Lucy Rosecrans who are also buried at Olive Hill (lot 46).
            The Rosecrans family is related by marriage to the Smith, and Benne families.
            George and Lucy Rosecrans Nicholson's daughter Lola Nicholson Bailey was the first Association Historian and was married to Fred Bailey the grandson of Olive Hand Bailey.
                     The Bailey family is related by marriage with the Carson, Stickler, Sanders, Meeker, Sitlington, Lay,  McCallon, Butler, and Young families.
 
Association Membership
 
 
9 May 2 1950
Mrs. George Nicholson
(d.1956)
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W. J. Nicholson
(d.1962)
Nov 26 1950
Curtis Nicholson
(d.1977)
63 Oct 17 1977
Howard Nicholson
(d.1988)