Nickell, James Haggard

Nickell, James Haggard a Presbyterian minister, was born Aug. 1,1829. He was educated at Cumberland College, Princeton, Ky., class of 1854; studied theology privately; was licensed in 1854, and ordained in 1855; and labored within the bounds of Princeton Presbytery at Salubria, Sharon, and Liberty churches, in Kentucky, until 1860, when he removed to Salem, Marion County, Ill., and there labored until his death, Nov. 20, 1864. Mr. Nickell was learned in Biblical and theological science, using his knowledge with rare skill. As a man, he possessed all the requisites which constitute a perfect gentleman; as a preacher, he was dignified, earnest; and impressive. See Wilson, Presb. Hist. Almanac, 1866, p. 301. (J. L. S.)

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