Person:Thomas Nix (6)

Thomas Monroe NIX
b.10 Dec 1896 South Carolina
m. Abt 1888
  1. Frank Sloan Nix1889 - 1968
  2. William Fountain Nix1891 - 1966
  3. John Henry Nix1893 - 1981
  4. Thomas Monroe NIX1896 - 1918
  5. Mertie N. NIX1898 - 1979
  6. Davis Elijah Nix, Sr.1900 - 1973
  7. Velma A. Nix1902 - 1988
  8. Abba Anna Nix1906 - 1991
  9. Semion "Sim" Addison Nix1906 - 1993
  10. Asa Stephen Nix1909 - 1973
  11. Gracie Nix1909 - 1985
  • HThomas Monroe NIX1896 - 1918
m. 1918
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Monroe NIX
Gender Male
Birth? 10 Dec 1896 South Carolina
Marriage 1918 to Unknown
Death? 6 Oct 1918 Greenville County, South Carolina (Camp Sevier)Age: 21y, 9m, 26d
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

Elvus states" Burial at Salem Baptist Church."

DAVIS E. NIX (OBIT) Greenville- Davis Elijah Nix, 72, retired farmer, of 120 Judson Road, Greenville, Died Wednesday. Born in Oconee County, a son of the late E.D. and Mattie Edney Nix. He was a farmer in Pickens County before he moved to Greenville seven years ago. He was a member of Westview Baptist Church and of the Men's Bible Class of the SundaySchool. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Callas Nix; four sons, W. Lawrence Nix of Pickens, Lloyd M. Nix of Greenville, D. Elijah Nix, Jr., of Columbia, and Frank Horace Nix of Easley; four sisters, Mrs Lude Mauldin, Mrs. Ann Pearson and Mrs. Grace Pearson of Seneca' three brothers, John Nix of Seneca, Sim Nix of Walhalla and Asa Nix of West Union, and 13 Grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 1;30 p.m. Friday at Westview Baptist Church by Revs. Eugene A. Power and Dewey Lewis, with burial in Graceland Cemetery.

Thos. Monore Nix, a son of Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Nix, of Oconee, died at Camp Sivier, Greenville, last Sundy from influenza. Mr. Nix was a young man of fine parts, and went to the service of his country willingly and galadly, with the full determination to make as good a soldier as any of his comrades. Mr. and Mrs. Nix have given three sons to the service, two being now with the American Expeditionary Forces in Europe. We join with other friends of the bereaved parents and family in extending sympatry to them in the loss of this son and brother. Mr and Mrs. Nix are also caring for a little child, the infant of James Louis Mauldin, now in army service overseas. Mr and Mrs. Nix have never murmured or complainad at the giving up of their sons for service of their countary, being willing and glad that they were ready each to do a man's part when America's call came for her salwart sons to fight for freedom. These two good people are peculiarly blessed in their sons, both in life and in death.

Note, this is the second newspaper article to list him as E.E. ?? Is it possible that Alexander, could sound like an E. to a news reporter? maybe, if he was from the South!

95. THOMAS MONROE8 NIX (ELIJAH ALEXANDER7, NANCY ELIZABETH6 LITTLETON, ASA5, WILLIAM4, SAVAGE3, THOMAS2, JOHN1) was born December 10, 1896, and died October 06, 1918 in Oconee County, South Carolina. He married OLIVE LENA SLOAN. She was born 1898.

More About THOMAS MONROE NIX: Burial: Salem Baptist Church Cemetery, Oconee County, South Carolina

Child of THOMAS NIX and OLIVE SLOAN is: i. LOIS M.9 NIX, b. December 06, 1918.