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Nichols Families of
England, America and Australia

Genealogies of the Nichols and Booth Families of England, America & Australia (1600's to 1900's)

Historical Information, Photographs and Genealogies
on the Booths of England and America

England Certificates of Births and Marriages and Deaths
of Nichols and Booth Relatives

     The Nichols & Booth Family Organization (NBFO) is a large ancestral family organization. It was offically organized in 1980, and has since conducted extensive genealogical research on the ancestors, descendants and relatives of Benjamin Thomas Nichols (1875-1934) and Olive Lovenia Booth (1877-1924).
     In 2002, Forrest Rick McConkie and Evelyn Jean Nichols McConkie published a 475-page book on The Life and Times of Benjamin Thomas Nichols and his wife Olive Lovenia Booth, 1875-1934--which included extensive histories, photographs and genealogies of their descendants and ancestors. The book (shown below) is still available from the McConkie's, via: Jennies Family Histories, P.O. Box 702094, West Valley City, Utah, 84070, phone: 801-966-0537; email: ricknev@xmission.com. Also, the book can be freely viewed on FamilySearch at: https://dcms.lds.org/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE228510

Benjamin Thomas Nichols (1875-1934) married Olive Lovenia Booth (1877-1924) in 1895 in Coalville, Utah. They had eleven children-between 1896 and 1924 (most of whom are shown above). Benjamin worked most of his adult life as a coal miner and carpenter in Utah and Wyoming. Olive died from childbirth complications in January 1924 in Standardville, Utah. Between 1924 and 1933 Benjamin and several of his children lived in Samaria, Idaho. Benjamin died in December 1934 in Mesa, Arizona. The oldest child of Benjamin and Olive Nichols was William (Bill) Nichols (1896-1970), shown below.

The parents of Benjamin Thomas Nichols (1875-1934) were William Nichols (1821-1885) and Ellen White (1832-1901), who were married in 1854 in Kelloe, Durham, England. The couple and their growing young family emigrated to Utah in 1868.

Nichols Family Y-DNA Tests Results by Ancestry.com