There are 13 Noble's listed in the British Telephone book for Co. Fermanagh, mostly Enniskillen.
In the Griffith Valuation of Fermanagh 1862 there are 111 Noble's listed none Corrylongford.
In the 1901 Census Corrylongford is the dedicated electoral district (not the townland or parish)
Mark Noble, farmer Maquires Bridge Division
Alexander Noble, farmer, Lisnaskea Division
Archibald Noble, farmer, Lisnaskea Division
John Noble x 2, farmer, Lisnaskea Division
Civil Registrations: www.familysearch.org
I have a CD with records from 1864-1875
Edward Noble, born 30 April 1869 #172 Ederney, Fermanagh
Fa: John Noble Mo: Ellen Ogle #101186
This is the only Edward, however, the website for the LDS shows a later Edward:www.familysearch.org
Edward Henry Noble born 25 Sept 1875 Fermanagh (possible
Lisnaskea as there are several records for the same child)
Vol. 18, Pg. 191 #41933453
Fa: Mark Noble Mo: Ellen Flanigan
There is also an Edward with parents John & Jane Noble(Loane)Dec. 21, 1875.
The website goes from 1864 up into the 1950's. Any records
after 1864, bmd a copy can be obtained from PRONI, public
With Fermanagh being given above, it usually should be
the Civil Registration District, which means any villages, parish's and townlands within a 12 mi. radius of named town.
The CRD were originally the Poor Law Union boundaries and later used by the CRD.
There were 46 Noble's in the Parish of Aghalurcher, which is in the Union of Lisnaskea, 11 of those are named Mark.
This could be any combination of land and people, 1 man
named Mark could have several properties all in his name and even have different landlords. The way I sort out
how many Mark's there are would be how many houses. If only 4 properties have houses then there are 4 Mark Noble's.
(Mark was quite an unusual name in those days so I'm surprised there are so many)
Fermanagh being in Northern Ireland has two resources for
birth and marriage records.
1) an Irish History Foundation