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At Norfolk, after a lingering illness, in the 61st year of his age, Col. JOHN NIVISON, late Recorder of that borough, and for many years preceding an eminent member of the Bar.
from the "Richmond Enquirer," Richmond, Va., Friday, May 26, 1820 issue

                                               A. ROLAND NASH.
A. Rowland Nash, 117 Warren Crescent, died yesterday morning at 10 o'clock after an illness of four days at the Marshall Cottage, Virginia Beach, where he had been living for two weeks. On Sunday last he was taken sick, but until early yesterday his illness was not regarded as serious.
Mr. Nash was a son of the late Colonel C. A. Nash of this city. He was 40 years old and was well known here. For many years he had been engaged in the building supply business.
He is survived by a widow and two children, Kate Carroll Nash and Richard Nash; one sister, Mrs. E. L. Teene; two half-sisters, Mrs. F. P. Stone and Mrs. E. H. Claud; one half-brother, Herbert M. Nash, and a step-mother, Mrs. C. A. Nash.
from the "Virginian-Pilot," Norfolk, Va., Friday., November 12, 1909 issue, p. 4, c. 3

                                              G. Henry Nott.
WINCHESTER, VA., April 2.-G. Henry Nott,70, last of the family of the late Carter Nott, jeweler, died yesterday from a stroke of paralysis in a local hospital.  widow survives. He was among the last here to ply the trade of a locksmith. 
from the "Richmond Times-Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Friday, April 3, 1925 issue

NESBITT.-Died, Saturday, May 3, 1902, at the hom,e of her grand-son, H. M. Freeman, 638 north Eighth street, Mrs.  ANGELINA W. NESBITT, widow of James Nesbitt, in her eighty-ninth year.
Funeral from the house at 5 o'clock Monday afternoon.       
  from "The Richmond Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Sunday, May 4, 1902 issue

NOTTINGHAM, CRAWFORD M.-At his residence, 316 West Olney road, Thursday morning, July 2, 1931, at 5:05 o'clock, CRAWFORD M. NOTTINGHAM, husband of Mrs. Scotia White Nottingham and son of the late Thomas Jacob and Naomi Brickhouse Nottingham, aged 69 years.
  Remains were removed to the funeral home of E. Lee Cox & Bro., 631 Westover avenue. Funeral arrangements will be announced later.
  from "The Norfolk Ledger-Dispatch," Norfolk, Va., Thursday, July 2, 1931 issue

                                              McCOY NICHOLS
SOUTH HILL, VA., July 16-Services for McCoy Nichols, 31, who was killed in an automibile accident near South Hill early Sunday morning were held at the home near here, with interment in the South Hill Cemetery at 4 P. M. Monday afternoon. The service was conducted by the poastor of the Christian Church, the Rev. J. A. Love. McCoy is the eldest of nine sons of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Nichols, and was employed by the State Highway Department. The pall bearers were some of those with whom he worked. Besides his parents he leaves the following brothers, Weldon Nichols, Victoria; Doris Nichols of near Asheville, N. C.; Ocie Nichols, New York; Hugh, Gadis, Carl, Flint and Lloyd Nichols of South Hill.   
  from the "Richmond Times-Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Tuesday, July 17, 1934 issue

                              JOHN J. NEWCOMB
SOUTH BOSTON, July 16-Funeral services were held Satruday from the home of Mrs. Lila Giles on Ellyson Street, for John J. Newcomb, Mrs. Giles father. Services were conducted by the Rev. Frank C. Riley, pastor of the First Baptist Church, South Boston, with interment in Blue Stone church cemetery in Clarksville. Mr. Newcomb was born in Jeffress, January 31, 1866, the son of Henry and Sara Robert Newcomb. he spent most of his life farming. He had been living with his daughter here for some years. Besides his daughter, Mrs. Giles, he is survived by two sisters, Mrs. A. R. Owen, Chase City, and Mrs. S. W. Bowers, Brookneal; one brother, C. R. Newcomb, Bell Spring, Va.
  from the "Richmond Times-Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Tuesday, July 17, 1934 issue

                                                  R. G. NEALE
DUNNSVILLE, March 25--Last rites for R. G. Neale, largest oyster dealer and canner in Essex county, who died Monday in a Richmond hospital, were held from Ephesus Baptist Church here this afternoon. Mr. Neale, a Mason and a Rotarian, employed more labor than any individual or organization in the county.
He is survived by his wife; two daughters, Mrs. G. H. Reed of Richmond and Miss Cortney Neale; a sister, Mrs. John Curlett of Essex County, and two brothers, Claude Neale of Saluda and Mercer Neale of Pennsylvania.
  from the "Richmond Times-Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Thursday, March 26, 1936 issue, p. 20, c. 3

                                                    J. A. Nichols.
Salem, Va., October 26.--The death of J. A. Nichols, aged sixty-seven years, occured this morning at 3:30 o'clock at his home in Ash Bottom, after a long illness. He was a Confederate soldier and leaves a widow and five children.
  from "The Times-Dispatch," Richmond, Va., Friday, October 27, 1911 issue,
p. 3, c. 7
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