The Joseph Noel Line And
The Goshenhoppen Registers,
Library of Congress 77-88717: Noel, Charles A., 1926-
The Noel tree :
"a history of the Noel and allied familiesof Pennsylvania,
including Fevrier, Fritz, Dickey, Stepp, and others"
Laughlintown, Pa. : Southwest Pennsylvania Genealogical
c1978. 76 p., 11] leaves of plates : ill. ; 28 cm.
Registers of Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths of
the Catholic Mission at Goshenhoppen (Bally),
Washington Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania
Reprinted from Records of the American Catholic
Historical Society of Philadelphia, with
an index by Elizabeth P. Bentley Genealogical
Publishing Co Inc, Baltimore, MD,c. 1984
Catholic Trails West
Father Peter Helbron's Greensburg,
Founding Catholic Families of Conewago
- A Compliation
The Noel Tree by Charles
Also Called "Sportsman's Hall" and "Clear Spring"
1799 - 1828
1804 - 1819
Out of print -
LC: CS71.N76 1978 Dewey: 929/.2/0973
The Noel Tree by Charles S. Noel,
published 1957, I don't recall seeing it in the Library of Congress
listing, but I guess it does exist in the Portsmouth, Ohio, library.
The Salt Lake City library has a copy.....in fact, they rebound
If you know anything of this book, let me know.
The Noel Family by Wayne Carpenter (of
It is supposedly available from the author,
but no one can locate him. That book focuses on the Scioto Noels.
St. Patrick's Catholic Church
Also Called "Donegal" and "Buffalo Creek
Sugar Creek, Sugar Creek Twp., Armstrong County, PA
Baptisms 1803 1805 1812
PENNSYLVANIA GERMAN PIONEERS
By: Ralph Beaver Strassburger, LL.D.(Pres.of
the Pa. German Society)
Edited by: William John Hinke, Ph.D. D.D.
VOL I 1727 - 1775
Vol II 1776 - 1808
Originally published in 1934 by the Pennsylvania
New material Copyright C 1992 Picton Press
Available from: PICTON PRESS P.O. Box 1111 Camden,
Note! The newest material copyrighted has
the signatures of the male
passengers from the Princes Augusta of the
signing of the abjuration
papers in Philadelphia in 1736.
The Cornelius Noel Line
"The Emigrant Cornelius Noel" by Jennie Noel Weeks
and Mary Roberts Noel
This work is available from the Church of Jesus Christ
of Latter Day Saints'
Family History Center.
The microfilm is US/CAN film # 1206297 item 1-7 (Volume
Volume 4 continues on film # 1033752, item 1-5.
"The Noell Family, a western journey from the Netherlands,
VA, Georgia and Texas."
Crates, Berks County, PA
Many families originally from Berks moved to what
is now Clarion County, Pa. They may have had a short stay at Sugar Creek,
but settled at Crates (near Kingsville). There the Catholic families built
the St. Nicholas of Tolentino Church. These families that had descendents
at Crates include Griffen, Henry, Kuhn, Ruffner, Schmit, and maybe others
as most names changed many times in the various records.
An excellent reference to the families at Crates
is "Aarons of Crates, PA 1820-1980" by Paul and Catherine Shannon. The
Shannons still live a short distance from the church. Their address is:
Rd 1 Box 89, Mayport, PA 16240. Phone 1-814-856-2327.
History of Westmoreland County
Pennsylvania by George D. Albert was originally published in
1882, Higginson Book Co., 148 Washingtron St., P.O. Box 778, Salem, MA
01970 (phone: 508/745-7170). 727 pages of images from the original book
but it's hard to read in places. It is a 8 1/2" by 11" format. The cost
was $69. There is no index. It lists those serving in the military in 1776,
Indian wars, Civil War, histories of townships, bios ect. It can also be
found at the Westmoreland County Historical Society. maybe a reprint for
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The Noell family : a westward journey
from the Netherlands, Virginia,
Georgia to Texas
by Milton J. Noell, Millard D. Noell, Frances Dennis
[Dallas, TX] (10827
Clearbrook, Dallas 75218) : M.D. Noell, 
1990 Dewey: 929/.2/0973
Title: Evidences of the Noel-Noell-Nell
families in York County before the year 1850
by the Historical Society
of York County ; Henry James Young, researcher
Information was generally taken from York County
(Pennsylvania) court records, county records, cemeteries, churches, newspapers,
IN: Genealogical reports for the Historical Society
of York County, v. 1, p. 163-175.
This is available at the FHC of the latter Day
Saints on microfilm Subject Class: 974.841 D28
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