I went to ancestry.com and found this:
NICOL SMITH EMIGRATION 1861
Nichol Smith, deceased, was born on Shetland Island, in 1797, and is the son of William and Urcelia (Jameson) Smith. His earlier years were spent in his native land, where, in his youth, he learned the trade of a carpenter. He followed that occupation in after life, and also engaged in agricultural pursuits, which he carried on for several years. He was united in marriage with Mary Ann HALCOW, who was born in 1799, and their union was blessed with six children, who reached mature years: Peter, a steamship agent, now living in Lerwick, Shetland; Malcolm, who is engaged in farming in Ohio; Forbice, wife of James Simpson, of La Prairie Township; James, a resident farmer of Nebraska; John, who is engaged in farming in Iowa; and Urcelia, wife of John Underwood, a miller residing in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
In 1861, during the first year of our Civil War, Mr. Smith emigrated to America, and after landing in this country came directly to Rock County, making his home with his son-in-law, James Simpson. After sometime he removed to Iowa, living with his son, Malcolm Smith. His death there occurred in 1882, at the age of eighty-five years, and his wife departed this life 4 years later, in the eighty-eighth year of her age. They were both devoted members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and were universally respected by all.
Taken from "The Portrait and Biographical Album of Rock County, Wisconsin" (c)1889, pp.822-823.
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