James Noble

James Noble
birth: 3 Feb 1801, Worcester Co, Maryland to Jonathan Noble and Nancy Driskell
death: 15 Nov 1881, Rush Co, IN
burial: Fairview Cemetery, Fairview, Rush Co, IN

marriage: 15 Apr 1824, Clermont Co, OH
Margaret “Peggy” Carnes
birth: 4 Jan 1803, Kentucky, to Josiah Carnes and Patience Marsh
death: 24 June 1869, Rush Co, IN
burial: Fairview Cemetery, Fairview, Rush Co, IN

Children of Margaret “Peggy” Carnes and James Noble:

  • Jonathan Noble, b. 1825, d. 1901, m. 1850 to Lucinda Jane Smith, b. 1831, d. 1907
  • Josiah Noble, b. 1826, d. 1894, m. 1848 to Amanda M. Gordon, b. 1831, d. aft 1900
  • Asenith Noble, b. 1829, d. 1857, m. 1852 to James R. Dunn, b. 1832
  • Harriet Noble, b. 1832, d. 1896, m. 1851 to Joseph W. Keaton, b. 1827, d. 1885
  • James H. Noble, b. 1834, d. 1865, m. 1859 to Sarah E. Story, b. 1838
  • William J. Noble, b. 1840, d. 1912, m. 1859 to Mary M. Pogue, b. 1842
  • Nancy E. Noble, b. 1843, d. 1919, m. 1865 to John B. Eaton, b. 1837 d. 1905

James Noble Lived In:

  • 1834-1881: Union Township, Rush County, Indiana

Other Information:

James Noble came to Indiana from Clermont County, Ohio, about 1834 with his wife Margaret (Carnes), whom he married in Ohio, and their children. He purchased land in Union township, Rush County in August and September 1834. He was a farmer. His brother Elijah’s family also came about the same time, along with their parents, Jonathan and  Nancy (Driskell) Noble. In the 1840 census, the three men are enumerated next to each other in Union township, Rush Co. (Another James Noble lived in Ripley township at the same time.) All of James and Margaret’s children are buried in Indiana. James’ brother Elijah moved his family to Madison County before 1850. Nancy Driskell Noble is buried in Fairview Cemetery, Rush County, and her husband Jonathan is buried in Starr Cemetery, Madison County beside Elijah.

 

Submitted by:
Zola Troutman Noble
Email: ztnoble@gmail.com

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