Person:Andrew Nichol (1)

m. abt. 1755
  1. Susanna Nickell1755 -
  2. Robert Nickell1757 - 1813
  3. Capt. Andrew Nickell1758 - 1838
m. 1776
  1. Francis Nickell1777 - 1826
  2. Jennie Nickell1778 - 1838
  3. John Gap Nickell1780 - 1849
  4. Mary Nickell1788 - 1858
  5. Robert "Long Bob' Nickell1794 - 1850
Facts and Events
Name Capt. Andrew Nickell
Alt Name Capt. Andrew Nicholl
Gender Male
Birth? 1758 Staunton, Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage 1776 Greenbrier County, Virginiato Elizabeth Erwin
Death? 6 OCT 1838 Staunton, Augusta County, Virginia

Andrew Nickell was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Land Survey in Augusta County, Virginia:

  • Page 244 - Robert and Andrew Nicholl, 270 acres, Moffett's Branch. November 25, 1774. [Abstract of Land Grant Surveys, 1761-1791, Augusta & Rockingham Counties, Virginia, by Peter Cline Kaylor, pg. 86]. (Note: As neither Robert or Andrew had reached adulthood in 1774, it is likely that the surveys were done in conjunction with their father's death in 1774, and then conveyed to them when they reached legal age).


Andrew Nickle' is mentioned in the Revolutionary War Service Declaration of Isaac Nickell (1752-1839), as follows:

Andrew Nickle (no kinship given) commanded company of Virginia militia; affidavit 1833 in Monroe County, Virginia, by Samuel Clark, Robert Coalter, Henry Alexander & clergyman William Adair. [Note: Isaac Nickell was the older half-brother of this Andrew Nickle].