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George Noble Sr Ancestors

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1440. George Washington so Alex Noble

April 10th 1885 birth date from his WW-I draft record
Death certificate says he died of gunshot wound - Homicide.
His WW I draft card in Sept 1917 says he lives with his wife Sally Ann in Stacy, Perry County, KY. (Stacy is now Rowdy, KY)


Sally Ann Fugate

The picture in the Scrapbook is of Nancy Ann Fugate (Sally Ann's sister) and Sally's children Buel, Phoebe, and unknown.


Ulalah Noble

Found at www.oblevins.com

Information on this person comes by email from Pam Duff Enright who is the granddaughter of Ulalah.(jr)
Pam says that after Alexander Duff died, Ulalah married Geo. Washington Noble. They had a daughter named Jessie by Geo. Wash. Noble, and the Ulalah and George never lived together, she living in her house and Geo. living with his mother.
Also, I don't have any proof that the Geo. I have her married to is the correct Geo.(Jim Robinson)

Date of death is from Pam (Duff) Enright.
Also Pam says that Ulalah m. 1st Alexander Duff and m. 2nd to Wash Noble.
Pam is Ulalah's granddaughter.


1523. Carrie Campbell

Information on this person is from an interview I had with G V Noble
Birth and death dates for Carrie are from Shirley Watts who used to live next door to them.


Luther Noble

Information on this person is from an interview I had with G V Noble


1546. Emaline Noble

Emaline first married Malachi Combs then General Jackson Neace.
The following was posted on a Noble website.
Use your own discretion about using it and try to verify for yourself.
General Jackson was first married to Bertha Fugate, they had 10 children, She died, ...... and he married Emmaline Noble who was the widow of Malachi Combs and she had 6 children. Then Emmaline and General Jackson had 7 together.. I just wonder how many grandchildren and great grandchildren they had all together.....


Shown on the 1900 census

Jeffrey Neace said:
This is my grandmother. She had 6 children with Malachi Combs, - Orville,
Monroe, Pete, Brach and Mary (an infant also died young). Then 7 children
with General Jackson Neace - Courtney, Bige, French, Earl (my father),
Albert, Roosevelt, and Nancy. Nancy is the only living child. Both Bige an
Earl died this year. Earl was buried next to his father, General in the Neace
Combs Cemetery. General is buried next to Emaline. My son Jackson Earl
Neace is named after both my grandfather and my father.


Malachi Combs

Janet Neace - Mar 1, 2006 Viewers | Reply to this item You may find this interesting:
General Jackson was first married to Bertha Fugate, they had 10 children, She died, ...... and he married Emmaline Noble who was the widow of Malachi Combs and she had 6 children. Then Emmaline and General Jackson had 7 together.. I just wonder how many grandchildren and great grandchildren they had all together.....


1558. Malon Jones

From Victor Jones' "Early Troublesome Creek Settlers of 1835-1840"Settled on Lost Creek.


Malvery Noble

The 1910 Census for Perry Co. KY says she lived with her brother-in-law John Jones.


Catherine Noble

JONES, KATIE
Female, White, Married
Occupation: Housewife
Age: 36 yrs.
Born: May 1, 1874, Kentucky
Died: Mch 26, 1912, Lost Creek, Perry
Cause of death: Consumption
Duration: 3 mos.
Signed: John JONES husband of woman
Buried: 3/27/ 1912, Sixteen
Father: LOSSON NOBLE born Kentucky
Mother: TABITHA NEACE born Kentucky
Informant: John Jones, Stacy Ky.
Undertaker: Elhannon Jones, Ned Ky.
Filed: 3/31/1912, AL Miller, Registrar

From Behold He Cometh in the Clouds-----
. It was not or is not for me to leave Katy Noble out of this book; although she was already been mentioned, but something good will be drawn out of it. You will see that she is one of the Ten Virgins in this book, although she was a spinster and married Elijah Combs, a widower. I was the man who waited on Lige Combs, and Juda Fugate waited on Katy Noble. Juda Fugate was one of my old sweethearts whom I had courted in the time of the war. She was a handsome old maid, and I still loved her, as I did all the girls. I thought Katy Noble was the prettiest girl I ever saw in her young days, because Arrena Noble was small at that time, and I had no thought of her. Katy Noble’s father, Lesson Noble, was a rich man in lands; cattle, horses and slaves, and Katy would go out to the field and work. She could ride a horse astride and run him as fast as he could go and stick on him as good as a man astride. She would run horse races with her sweethearts, and she was always with one. She did not go with one certain man; she would just go with the one who first asked for her company. She was a proud girl on Sunday, but when Monday came she was catchy as ever. Lige Combs was an easy kind of man and always into some big job, but never finished anything. He would lack one working in laying by his corn. Lige Combs had a son, John L. Combs; Katy Noble had a son, Alexander Noble. They were small boys at the time Lige and Katy were married. They grew up to be men. Alexander was elected Constable and was an honest, straightforward man in business or anything he undertook. He married Miss Nancy Fugate a nice little girl. Neither she nor Alexander had seen their fathers, and they both could cure the thrash by blowing nine times into a child’s mouth. John L. Combs was a nice looking man with black eyes. His present wife was Mahala Fugate. Katy Combs’s first child was a boy and she called him George Washington Noble, for me. He was a great oxen driver. He was a great lover of whisky and would get drunk at times. He and a crowd went to a meeting on Caney Fork of Troublesome. Some one of the crowd, in a fight, shot and killed David Miller. He and Zachy Neace were sent to the State prison, and G.W.N. Combs died there. Their sons, Jeremiah, William, James and Solomon, are grown. They had two daughters, Polly and Nancy, and all are married. Lige and Katy are both dead and their souls are in the spiritual world, where they are receiving their just deserts according to their work let it be good or bad The soul that sins shall die; so all souls are sin.


Joe Noble

NOBLE, JOE
M, White, Married
Spouse: NANCY JONES
Occupation: Farmer
Age: (Blank), Kentucky
Born: (Blank)
Died: Mar. 24th, 1935
Cause of death:Double pneumonia
Buried: Mar. 25, 1935, Jones Sem.
Father: LOSS NOBLE, Kentucky
Mother: BITHA NEACE, Kentucky
Informant: (Blank)
Undertaker: Wilson Campbell, Blue Diamond, Ky.
Filed: 9/26/1935 Marin? (unreadable), Registrar


1605. Elizabeth Allen

Information on this person from Sarah Combs Cercone
Also, Info from the 28 page Zachariah Campbell document found at the Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, KY.

Buried at Bear Creek Cem, Trotwood, Montgomery Co., OH, Union Rd. and Rt. 35W.


Alfred Allen Combs

From Sarah Combs Cercone's post to the Noble family database.

Also Info from the 28 page Zachariah Campbell document found at the Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, KY.

Buried at Bear Creek Cem, Trotwood, Montgomery Co., OH, Union Rd. and Rt. 35W.


1611. Nancy Polly Roberts

Dates are from Lillian Haddix and Peggy Clemons via Shirley Watts.


William H. Noble

Dates are from Lillian Haddix and Peggy Clemons via Shirley Watts.


1623. William Campbell

From the 28 page Zachariah Campbell document found at the Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, KY


Martha Jane Watts

From the 28 page Zachariah Campbell document found at the Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, KY


1624. Mary Jane Campbell

From the 28 page Zachariah Campbell document found at the Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, KY


Benjamin Franklin Combs

From the 28 page Zachariah Campbell document found at the Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, KY


1710. Delilah Allen

Linda Letcher said that this is her grandmother.

Date of birth is by subtraction, 34 yrs 2, mos, 2 days as on DC from DOD 4 Feb 1933


Cecil Caleb Noble

From Linda Letcher: Sarah J. Noble married my great grandfather Caleb Jacob Lovejoy Noble.They have a two sons My grandfather Cecil Caleb Noble and Ambrose Noble.


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