He found the bank of the Nolichucky teeming with merrymakers.
The name of Nolichucky river is probably a corruption of the same word.
When Nolichucky Jack came home and found that his enemy had stripped him, he was in a towering rage.
Nolichucky Jack spurred out in front of his men and rode along the line.
And in his latter days, the chiefs would make state visits to his home on the Nolichucky River.
Nolichucky Jack was giving an immense barbecue and a horse race.
Nolichucky Jack was elected, for the fourth time, as Governor of Tennessee.