Alexander Nichols  ‎(I2363)‎
Given Names: Alexander
Surname: Nichols

Gender: MaleMale
      

Birth: 9 May 1826 Blunt Springs, Alabama, USA
Death: 8 October 1908 ‎(Age 82)‎ Ardmore, Carter, Oklahoma, USA
Personal Facts and Details
Birth 9 May 1826 Blunt Springs, Alabama, USA

Marriage Susan Miller Boyd - 16 September 1857 ‎(Age 31)‎ Fort Smith, Sebastian, Arkansas, USA


Show Details Note: A History of the State of Oklahoma, Volume 2, By Luther B. Hill · 1909

On September 16 1857 Alexander Nichols wedded Miss Susan M Boyd who was born near Holly Springs Mississippi, November 16 1838, daughter of James M and Nancy Love Boyd. Her father who was a native of Scotland was brought to America when a child and his parents settled at Natchez Mississippi where they died whilst he was still young. The boy made his home among the Chickasaw Indians of that locality and upon reaching manhood became the first white to marry into the Chickasaw Nation when he wedded Nancy Love daughter of Thomas Love. Their union resulted in twelve children eight of whom reached maturity, the entire family being as follows: Rachael, who died without issue; Jane, who married John Hardwick; Thomas C; John D; Susan, who became Mrs Alexander Nichols; Sophia; George W; Robert; Marshall; Benjamin; Margaret, who married William Corbett; and William. Mr and Mrs James M Boyd came with their family to the Choctaw Nation in 1856 where the father died February 27 1864 and the mother August 20 1869. Alexander Nichols and wife were the parents of twelve children six of whom reached mature years as follows: Orian, Cora and William, all deceased; Minnie G, who married Charles W Thomas; W S a resident of Ardmore. Fannie and Carrie deceased; and Robert H, Walter S, Daisy, Boyd, deceased and Clyde C, all of Ardmore .

Death 8 October 1908 ‎(Age 82)‎ Ardmore, Carter, Oklahoma, USA

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Susan Miller Boyd
1838 - 1918


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Marriage A History of the State of Oklahoma, Volume 2, By Luther B. Hill · 1909

On September 16 1857 Alexander Nichols wedded Miss Susan M Boyd who was born near Holly Springs Mississippi, November 16 1838, daughter of James M and Nancy Love Boyd. Her father who was a native of Scotland was brought to America when a child and his parents settled at Natchez Mississippi where they died whilst he was still young. The boy made his home among the Chickasaw Indians of that locality and upon reaching manhood became the first white to marry into the Chickasaw Nation when he wedded Nancy Love daughter of Thomas Love. Their union resulted in twelve children eight of whom reached maturity, the entire family being as follows: Rachael, who died without issue; Jane, who married John Hardwick; Thomas C; John D; Susan, who became Mrs Alexander Nichols; Sophia; George W; Robert; Marshall; Benjamin; Margaret, who married William Corbett; and William. Mr and Mrs James M Boyd came with their family to the Choctaw Nation in 1856 where the father died February 27 1864 and the mother August 20 1869. Alexander Nichols and wife were the parents of twelve children six of whom reached mature years as follows: Orian, Cora and William, all deceased; Minnie G, who married Charles W Thomas; W S a resident of Ardmore. Fannie and Carrie deceased; and Robert H, Walter S, Daisy, Boyd, deceased and Clyde C, all of Ardmore .
Marriage A History of the State of Oklahoma, Volume 2, By Luther B. Hill · 1909

On September 16 1857 Alexander Nichols wedded Miss Susan M Boyd who was born near Holly Springs Mississippi, November 16 1838, daughter of James M and Nancy Love Boyd. Her father who was a native of Scotland was brought to America when a child and his parents settled at Natchez Mississippi where they died whilst he was still young. The boy made his home among the Chickasaw Indians of that locality and upon reaching manhood became the first white to marry into the Chickasaw Nation when he wedded Nancy Love daughter of Thomas Love. Their union resulted in twelve children eight of whom reached maturity, the entire family being as follows: Rachael, who died without issue; Jane, who married John Hardwick; Thomas C; John D; Susan, who became Mrs Alexander Nichols; Sophia; George W; Robert; Marshall; Benjamin; Margaret, who married William Corbett; and William. Mr and Mrs James M Boyd came with their family to the Choctaw Nation in 1856 where the father died February 27 1864 and the mother August 20 1869. Alexander Nichols and wife were the parents of twelve children six of whom reached mature years as follows: Orian, Cora and William, all deceased; Minnie G, who married Charles W Thomas; W S a resident of Ardmore. Fannie and Carrie deceased; and Robert H, Walter S, Daisy, Boyd, deceased and Clyde C, all of Ardmore .

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Alexander Nichols ‎(I2363)‎
Birth 9 May 1826 Blunt Springs, Alabama, USA
Death 8 October 1908 ‎(Age 82)‎ Ardmore, Carter, Oklahoma, USA
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Wife
 
Susan Miller Boyd ‎(I2362)‎
Birth 16 November 1838 41 28 Holly Springs, Marshall, Mississippi, USA
Death 18 May 1918 ‎(Age 79)‎ Ardmore, Carter, Oklahoma, USA

Marriage: 16 September 1857 -- Fort Smith, Sebastian, Arkansas, USA