History of the Restoration Movement

Charlie R. Nichols


Gospel Preacher In Alabama & Mississippi

Directions To The Grave Of Charlie Nichols

C.R. Nichols is buried in the Lone Oak Church of Christ Cemetery near Columbus, Mississippi. From Columbus head out Military Rd. (Old Hwy. 12) until it merges into Hwy. 12. Continue out Hwy 12 another 5 miles and turn right on Sanders Mill Rd. Go about a mile and bear left on Lone Oak Rd. Go about a mile and the Lone Oak church of Christ will be on your right, and the cemetery will be beside the building.
Lone Oak church of Christ is one of the oldest churches of Christ in Lowndes County. It was planted by Charlie Wheeler, and his parents are buried in the cemetery near the Nichols' plot. Photos below reveal the Nichols and Wheeler plots. Charlie Wheeler is buried south of Jasper, Alabama.

GPS Location
33°37'44.5"N 88°16'48.6"W
or D.d. 33.629033, -88.280167
Accuracy to 22'
Grave Faces West

Opal Nichols Goodman
Oct. 21, 1918
Apr. 2, 1997
We Love You
Daughter Of Charlie & Lillie Nichols

Lillie H. April 14, 1900 - Jan. 10, 1992
Charlie R. - Nov. 3, 1892 - Sept. 9, 1975

Charlie R
Nov. 3, 1892
Sept. 9, 1975

Also Buried At Lone Oak Are The Parents Of Charlie Wheeler

Jesse Jones Wheeler
CO D 26 Ala Inf
Confederate States Army
Jan 10, 1822 - Oct 10 1895

J.J. Wheeler
Jan 10, 1822
Oct 10, 1895

Susan Bruce
Wife Of
J.J. Wheeler
Nov. 29, 1827
Jan. 15, 1891
Mother of Charlie Wheeler

History Home

History Index Page