Pioneer Settlers of Grayson County, Virginia (Google eBook)
Grayson County is famous in southwestern Virginia as the cradle of the New River settlements--perhaps the first settlements beyond the Alleghanies. The Nuckolls book is equally famous for its genealogies of the pioneer settlers of the county, which, typically, provide the names of the progenitors of the Grayson County line and their dates and places of migration and settlement, and then, in fluid progression, the names of all offspring in the direct and sometimes collateral lines of descent. Altogether somewhere in the neighborhood of 4,000 persons are named in the genealogies and indexed for ready reference.
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Abner Jones Alexander Ballard Benjamin born Bourne married Bridle Creek brother Bryant buried Capt Carroll county Charles Cherokee county Christiansburg Cooley Cornett Court Cripple Creek Currin daughter married daughter of William David Dickenson died single died young Elizabeth Elk Creek Enoch Ezra Nuckolls farm Flower Swift Floyd fourth daughter Fulton Galax George Goodykoontz Grayson C. H. Grayson county Hale and wife Hillsville Jane John Nuckolls Johnston Knob Fork Lewis Hale Louisa county Lucinda married Dr married James married John married Miss Martha Martin Mary Garland Mathew Dickey McCamant Minitree Jones Nancy Nathaniel Nuckolls Nathaniel Pope negroes Nuckolls and wife Nuckolls married Oath Old Town Osborne Phlegar Reeves River Robert Rosa Bourne Rosamond Sallie Samuel Sarah second daughter settled Seuer Smyth sons and daughters Stephen Bourne Stephen Hale Susan Tenn Third daughter Thomas three daughters three sons Virginia Ward Waugh William Bourne Worrell Wythe county youngest