Nolin is a southeastern Hardin county community on the Nolin River about eight miles south of Elizabethtown. It was settled in the early nineteenth century with mills on the river. The railroad arrived in the middle nineteenth century. The Nolin post office operated somewhere in the area from 1836 to 1859. A Phillipsburg post office opened at the railroad in 1858 and was renamed Nolin in 1859. It closed, probably in the early twentieth century.
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