Born: April 9, 1871, Rich Hill, Ohio.
Died: July 20, 1930, probably in Baltimore, Maryland, where probate was granted July 24, 1930.
Nolan was the son of James Best and Narcissa M. Conner, and husband of Anna D. Fulton (married August 1898, Louisville, Kentucky).
He was living in Bradford, Ohio, in 1880, and attended Otterbein University, Westerville, Ohio (BA 1892).
He and Anna were in Zanesville, Ohio, in 1900; Lyons, Illinois, in 1910; and Essex County, New Jersey, in 1920.
Best edited The Continent, a Presbyterian newspaper in Chicago, Illinois, 1910–24.
In 1926, he was secretary of the Baltimore Federation of Churches.
It’s the Lawand It’s a Good Law, 1926
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