Noah Cotton Nuckolls

Goodspeeds History of Tennessee, Hardeman County 1887

Noah C. Nuckolls, one of the leading livery men of Bolivar, is a son of William and Zarilda (Cotton) Nuckolls, and was born September 8, 1855, in Hardeman County. He was reared on a farm and had good educational advantages. After reaching manhood he spent some time in Texas, Middle Tennessee and Arkansas. He then returned to Hardeman County and farmed till 1885, when he moved to Bolivar and opened a livery stable, which he is now operating with evident success. Though in business only a short time Mr. Nuckolls has succeeded in gaining his share of the patronage of the county. Mr. Nuckolls’ fine rigs for the accommodation of the public are to be had at the very lowest prices. Those having had any business transactions with him have found him pleasant and prompt in all his dealings.

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