Person:Nancy Bishop (2)

Nancy Lela BISHOP
b.19 Dec 1875 Georgia
Facts and Events
Name Nancy Lela BISHOP
Gender Female
Birth? 19 Dec 1875 Georgia
Marriage 25 Jun 1895 Alabamato William Nolie (or Noley) NIX
Death? 27 Aug 1930 Etowah County, Alabama (age 54y, 8m, 8d) (Morton Chapel)Age: BET 54y, 13d AND 55y, 11d
Reference Number? Cousins of Dalton J. Nix Keyword
Reference Number? Descencants of Jennings NIX Keyword
Reference Number? Jennings NIX Descendants Keyword
Reference Number? JenningsNIX Descendants Keyword

Buried SS with Nolie Nix at Morton Chapel,

yes, yes, Alabama, Alabama, Alabama,

1930 census, Alabama, Etowah, Hoppers, District 36, page 15 of 16, <>, family 139, NIX, Nola W., Head, R, yes,M, W,55,M,21, no,yes, Al,Al,Al, 82, yes, Farmer, Farm, V VVV ,�, yes, no, 120, line #1 Lela, Wife-H, X, F, W, 54, 20,no, yes,Georgia, GA,GA,78,yes.none, Morrow, Pinkie,Daughter, X,F,W, 35,D,24,no,yes,Al,Al,Ga,82,yes,none, Cochrame(?), Esther,Daughter,X,F,W,30,M,23,no,yes,Al,Al,GA,82,yes.none, NIX, John,Son,X,M,W,27,M,22,no,yes,Al,AL,GA,yes,Farm Helper,Farm,VIVV,W,yes,no,,line #5. Nix, Lilie, daughter-in-Law,X,F,W,23,M,18,no,yes,Al,AL,GA, 82,yes,none,

Note that the census list him as Nola W. NIX; review to see where I found William Noile, maybe William is the middle name. See the 1880 census, that was the one done by his parents and it shows William N. NIX. so assume that is correct. He must have used Noile as the primary name during his adult life.

Delivered-To: Date: Thu, 5 Jun 2003 14:23:16 -0700 (PDT) From: Harley <> Subject: Nix Family To:

I found your entry on I am sending information on Pinkey Nix, daughter of Nancy Lela and William Nolie Nix. Pinkey Lee Nix died in 1974. She was married to Rev. Mark Morrow (died 1972-73). One of their sons was Flavius Morrow, born 9-7-29 died July 1983. I have more information on this family such as sibling names, birth dates and death dates. If you would like, I could send it to you. Pinkey Lee Nix was my grandmother.

Terri Goodwin

1900 Census, family #166, 19 of 21 Alabama, Etowah Couny, Walnut Grove, Hoppers residence 163, Family 166,

NIX, Nila William. Head, W, M, 187426, M, 5, Al,Al, Al,

      , Lela, Wife, W, F, dec 1874, 25, M, 5, 2, 2, Al, Carolina, Georgia, 
      , Pickney M., daughter, Oct 1896, 3, F, Al, Al, Al, 
      , Esther J., daughter, W, F, Dec 1899, ?/12, S, al, al, al, 

Delivered-To: From: "wscc" <> To: "Dalton J. Nix" <> Subject: Re: Nix - Morrow line Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2005 15:01:11 -0600

Oh dear, there's a wrong turn somewhere there. It's Pinkie Lee not Pickey. And Flavius isn't her husband. Rev. Mark Morrow was. Flavius was her son. Also, Bertha Faye, Lela May, Inez, Jenet, Betty, Thelma, Leon, & Lloyd. I think that's all of them though I'm not positive about the spelling of Jenet. I've got to dig more and make sure. Also, I don't have all of their birthdays and I'm tinking one of the girls is still alive. Aunt Inez died many years ago. I remember hiding out in Grandma's pantry and crying for most of the day before she found me. I remember she held me and told me she loved me. That was unusual for her since she wasn't a very affectionate person but she did show her feelings in other ways. She gave me a dress for my fifth birthday that I still had when I was 13. I just would not let my mother throw it away. I lost it during a move from St. Petersburg back to Alabama some time later. uh, ggg grandfather I think. Pinkie was my grandmother, then her father was William Nolie Nix and his father John Henry Nix... then Tyre was his father? Yes, 3 g's. Nancy Lela Bishop is the name I was told so long ago for Grandmother's mother's name. Lela Nancy's mother's name was Jane King, her husband (grandma's father) Abner Bishop. That's as far back as I have. Grandma and Grandpa are buried here in Stapleton behind that little church that I am to excited to recall the name of at this moment. I'm going to go there and write down the names and inscriptions on the gravestones and take pictures of them for the other people looking for the same info. Trying to recall dates made me realize just how much detail info I'm missing. I'll have to go back to my aunt's house and scan the family Bible she has there. It's falling apart at the spine but the writing is still legible. I forgot the questions I'd intended to ask so I'll just go for now and when I remember them, I'll write them down. Thanks heaps for your answer and info! You're the greatest! Take care , Sincerely, Susan.

World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Record about Nolie William Nix Name: Nolie William Nix City: Not Stated County: Etowah State: Alabama Birth Date: 4 Nov 1874 Race: White Roll: 1509384 DraftBoard: 0


Registuration Card 3384 serial number 2467 Nolie William Nix Rt 1, Altoona Etowah Ala 44, Nov ** 1874 white Farming , for self Rt1 Altoona Etowah Ala Lela Nix (wife) Rt 1, Altoona Etowah Ala N.W. Nix

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