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Joseph Mackel Haney Nickell (1826-1911) descendants

by Joseph Donald Nickell, Jr
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Santa Fe, New Mexico : J.D. Nickell, 1995
iv, [4], 129 p. : ill., facsims., ports.

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John Nickell (before 1720-ca. 1774) was born in County Ulster, Ireland. He immigrated to America ca. 1738 and settled in Augusta County, Virginia. His descendant of the fourth generation, Joseph Mackel Haney Nickell (1826-1911) was born at Union, Monroe County, Virginia, the son of George and Margaret Nelson Nickell. He married Caroline "Madre" Neal (1824-1859) in 1845 at Union. They had seven children, 1847-1859. She died in Cedar County, Missouri. He married 2) Elizabeth Jane Elliott (1839-1928) in 1860 at Marysville, Missouri. They had eleven children, 1861-1881. Joseph and Elizabeth Nickell died at Los Angeles, California. Descendants listed lived in California, Iowa, Nebraska, Texas, Washington, and elsewhere.

Includes the Anglin, Barber, Bemis, Hvidsten and other allied families.

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