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Garnett Nicholson
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Birth: 1826
Madison County
Virginia, USA
Death: Jun. 15, 1904
Madison County
Virginia, USA

Born ca. 1826, son of Peter and Elizabeth "Betsy" Nicholson. Married 1) Haney Nicholson. Married 2) Martha "Patsey" Nicholson, 5/15/1853. She died in 1856. Married 3) Winney Nicholson, sister of Martha.

Believed to be the same Garnett Nicholson mentioned in the following case (charged with house burning), from 1859:

"Hiram Nicholson was condemned by the circuit court of the county of Madison to one year's imprisonment in the penitentiary for house burning. The judge who tried this prisoner, certified that Garnett Nicholson was also tried at the same term of the court, upon the same indictment, and that he was found guilty, and sentenced to confinement in the county jail for one month, and to the payment of a fine of one cent. That the testimony in both cases proved that the parties were guilty; but if any difference were made in the punishment, the prisoner Hiram Nicholson should have been more favored than Garnett; and he recommended that instead of permitting Hiram to be sent to the penitentiary, he should be allowed to remain in jail for one month, and then pardoned. For these reasons, I first reprieved this prisoner for one month, and at the expiration of that time granted him a full pardon." - Source: Journal of the Senate of Virginia, p. 21.

10/23/1869 - Found in violation of United States Internal Revenue Laws, and arrested. Source.

Private in Co. B (Capt. Jason C. Crigler's Company), 82nd Virginia Militia at the beginning of the Civil War. This regiment was from Madison County and was under the command of Col. James W. Twyman. The regiment was called out by the proclamation of the Governor of Virginia, dated July 13, 1861. Four companies, A to D, reported to General Beauregard at Manassas, and were in service from July 17, to August 13, 1861, when the regiment was disbanded. Garnett did not serve in the military after the militia was disbanded. Occupation: farmer. 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Peter Nicholson (1803 - 1868)
  Elizabeth Nicholson (1805 - ____)
 
 Spouses:
  Winnie Nicholson Nicholson (1846 - ____)*
  Martha Nicholson Nicholson (1828 - 1856)*
 
 Children:
  Feletia Nicholson (1845 - ____)*
  Milisson Nicholson (1846 - ____)*
  Edna Nicholson Nicholson (1849 - ____)*
  James Jordan Nicholson (1850 - 1908)*
  Robert Nicholson (1851 - ____)*
  Slaughter Bradford Nicholson (1851 - 1910)*
  Matilda Ann Nicholson Corbin (1853 - ____)*
  Tabitha Nicholson Corbin (1854 - ____)*
  William Robinson Nicholson (1855 - ____)*
  Garnett Nicholson (1856 - ____)*
  C. Sarah Nicholson (1870 - ____)*
  William Erastus Nicholson (1873 - 1952)*
  Lewis Arnold Nicholson (1878 - 1932)*
  Laura J. Nicholson Sisk (1878 - ____)*
 
 Siblings:
  Garnett Nicholson (1826 - 1904)
  Aaron Nicholson (1832 - 1911)*
  Virinda Nicholson Nicholson (1842 - 1921)*
  James Knox Polk Nicholson (1846 - 1930)*
  James Knox Polk Nicholson (1846 - 1930)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Nicholson Family Cemetery
Madison County
Virginia, USA
 
Created by: Cenantua
Record added: Feb 25, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 48790687
 


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 Added: May. 14, 2016

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