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Cynthia Atkerson Nicholls was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama; joined the L.D.S. Church at sixteen and began doing her family history; graduated from Brigham Young University; served in the Lexington Kentucky Stake Family History Center for 10 years; received her Masters’ degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Kentucky in 1999; was licensed in Kentucky as a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor in 2001; and is currently in private practice specializing in counseling abused women in Nicholasville, Kentucky.
Paul Johnson Nicholls was born in Odgen, Utah; raised in Atlanta, Georgia; served in the West German Mission; graduated from Brigham Young University; received M.D. degree from Medical College of Georgia; worked for three years on the Duck Valley Indian Reservation; worked eighteen years as professor of Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Kentucky; served in stake presidency of the Lexington, Kentucky Stake for 17 years; and is currently in private practice in Lexington, Kentucky.
Cynthia and Paul were married in the Manti Temple, have eight children and twenty-two grandchildren. They serve in the L.D.S. Family Services in the Lexington, Kentucky Stake and were called as Family History Advisors to the North American East Area in March, 2001.