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Thomas Noble of England

D Hinton (View posts)
Posted: 6 Feb 2000 1:54AM GMT
There was a genealogy of the Family of Thomas Noble of Westfield,Mass published in 1878 by Lucius Boltwood. It is available in reprinted version by a company called Higginson in Salem, Mass for about $120. It is 868 pages. The Morman site suggests that Thomas's father, also called Thomas, came to New England as well. (That is not in the Boltwood genealogy). I am a direct desecendant of Thomas Noble through his son Thomas, grandson Thomas, greatgrandson Seth, ggreatgrandson Benjamin, gggrandson Theodore Harding, ggggreatson Harrry Gordon, gggggrandson Ronald Harding. This branch of the Noble family came to what is now New Brunswick, Canada in 1770 (Seth). Seth was the first Protestant Minister on the St JohnRiver Valley and he tried to support the American Revolution and had to return to the States with aproce on his head. He also named the city of Bangor, Maine.

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SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Pamela L. Noble 18 May 1999 9:00PM GMT 
James Noble 21 May 1999 7:19PM GMT 
Sharon McAlister 24 Oct 1999 7:53AM GMT 
Eric Forsgren 15 Jun 1999 2:02PM GMT 
CBenner2024 21 Jun 1999 5:52AM GMT 
D.Hinton 18 Jan 2000 2:41PM GMT 
D Hinton 6 Feb 2000 8:54AM GMT 
Jim Tootle 21 Mar 2000 7:14PM GMT 
Fulman leeds sort of utd 10 Dec 2004 2:02PM GMT 
lemahon 10 Dec 2004 2:13PM GMT 
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