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10 Oct 1999 Raymond Noel <email@example.com>
I am a descendant of Francois Noel and Nicole Le Grand. It is nice to see that other Noel families have also settled in America. I think that you already have visited my home page on: http://pages.infinit.net/raymond/
16 Jul 1999 "RAYMOND McGRATH" <MoMs3rd-S@worldnet.att.net>
My ancestors Augustin NOEL (NEWELL) and Sophia ALLAIRE (ALLEN) came from
Quebec in the late 1840's, and lived in the Blackstone Valley area of
Massachusetts for about 10 years (1850-1860). After Augustin had enough of
laboring in the ax factories and mills, they moved to MONROE, NH. and had a
farm. Augustin's brother, Paul NOEL, and wife, Mary PLANT, came along with
Augustin, but returned to the Worcester County area of Massachusetts and
worked in a shoe factory. Augustin NOEL stayed in Monroe, and raised
about 14 children. Their families have spread out to Claremont and the
Whitefield N.H. area, and further out several generations later. Many of
the following family names have their lineage traced to Austin NOEL:
GREENWOOD, LECLAIR, BENNET (BENOIT), PROUDMAN, GEORGE, LEHOUX, LARVEY,
BOSWELL (BOUGELOW) and KING.
For many years I have been searching for the baptism or
I have the HISTORY OF MONROE book by Frances JOHNSON, and
I would like to share my research with other NOEL
7 Jul 1999 "RAYMOND McGRATH" <MoMs3rd-S@worldnet.att.net>
I would like to share my 20plus year collection of genealogy research of my
Noel ancestors with my cousins. Presently I am researching the entries of
baptism, marriage and death entries of all NOELS in Quebec between the time
period of 1820-1835 in the Druin microfilms of the American French Genealogy
Society. One of these days I will organize my research and have it
I am on a lifetime quest to find my gr gr grandfather's
AUGUSTIN NOEL (anglicized to AUSTIN NEWELL) born
PAUL NOEL (anglicized PAUL NEWELL),
in Canada according
Hope there is a cousin of mine out there. Ellen
8 Apr 1999 DEVOTA42@aol.com
In answer to your short history of noel, i am tracing my NOEL ancestors, i
have traced my great grandfather ERNEST NOEL to the quebec area. His Father's
name was GIDEON and his mother MATHILDA GELINAS, as i understand it ,
MATHILDA'S Mother was possibly a CREE INDIAN, And beyond her more indian
ancestry. im trying to get more info on this but haven't had much luck so
far. Could this possibly be the tie to cartier's noel's that married
indian's. let me know if anything turn's up on your side. donald e. whittles
27 Mar 1999 charles-yvon boisvert <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I'm Marie-Nael Lessard, but my mom and familly are noŽl's.
I'm from quebec, and I'd like to just tell you come stuff about our noŽl
familly, I dont know the names, cause it was so long ago, but by what i
read, I'm decendant of FranÁois, or Jean noŽl. Jacques Cartier( Quťbec's
discoverer) 's sister married a NoŽl, back in france. He made 3 trips
to quebec. On his last trip. he brought along his 2 nephews, that could
be franÁois and Jean. From this, they lived around the Gaspť region for
many years and could have live near quebec city ( Iles d'orlťeans)
later on a NoŽl married a american indian woman. I couldn't tell the
origin, cause we are pretty confused. It could be mic mac or ever the montagnais.
30 Jul 1998 denise noel <email@example.com>
My name is Denise NoŽl. When I read the Noel history, I found it very
interesting. My ancester that first came in Quebec is FranÁois NoŽl.
About the coats of arms, I'm glad to finally discover that we have one.
The one I have seen was the same but with blue color instead of red
color. I'm living in Blainville in Quebec Province, Canada.
What I find difficult when I do research on my ancesters is to trying to
find what was their profession, if they were well-known, how they could
have died, but for that I have to find hospital registration.
My brother has an e-mail address and is living in
14 Jul 1998 "Ebnoether-NoŽl" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I'm very interested by the origin of the surname NoŽl. My husband have
that name. His ancestor is FranÁois NoŽl came from France to new France.
25 Mar 199 Ed Noel <email@example.com>
My family tree traces to Pierre Noel (b1609) through Francois (his son)
who came from Chirzy, Poitou. to old St. Laurent.
26 Nov 1999 JMatuch537@aol.com
Looking for any information regarding Jean NOEL of St. Savior parish Isle of Jersey Channel Islands married to Elizabeth Wilkens daughter of Henry Wilkens. Jean NOEL and Elizabeth Wilkens are recorded as parents of Jean NOEL christened abt. 1809 and Henry Wilkens NOEL christed 1811 in St. Peterport Isle of Guernnsey Channel Islands. Henry NOEL is located in 1840 in New Orleans Louisana. Ruth Matuch
28 Nov 1999 firstname.lastname@example.org
This is what I know so far about my Noel family:
Wilber George Noel 1903-1996 b.Seneca Co. Oh
Elsworth Noel 1873-1936 b. Venango Co. Pa son of
This has all come together in the last few days. I
this is the right connection, except for Thomas Noel.
Fri, 03 Dec 1999 <email@example.com>
Jacob Tarr, grandfather of Mrs. Catherine (Tarr) Carr, was born in eastern PA, and settled in Venango county, PA about 1830, where he was a farmer. He married Barbara Noel. Both were of German descent, and he made use of the German
language in their social and business intercourse.
Author: Jordan, John W. (John Woolf), 1840-1921
04 Dec 1999 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I am looking for the family of Elizabeth Noel. She married my ancestor John Arnold in 1840 in Boone Co KY. She may
have been a daughter of James or John who were probably the sons of Garrett Noel.
03 Dec 1999 2 LENNIG ELAINE
I also have a newspaper clipping about a Philip Noell
KY who had just passed the bar to become a lawyer. I
KY bar assoc. and all their old records burned. No
The county that is listed in the newspaper article is
Meade County -
some research I found that this was only a county from
This would rule out the other Philip b. 1738 as the person
I doubt that there were law schools in KY before it even
was part of
10 Dec 1999 email@example.com
My husbands family was from Pennsylvania. Their names are : Leon Joseph Noel who married Hilda Gierschick. they had a son named Leon Joseph Noel and a daughter named Hilda Noel. Leon the 1st 's fathers name was Earnest Edward Noel.
To all on the Seven Families List,
In response to my letter to Earl, I received this:
"Earl Noel died Dec 10 from complications of Lou Gehrigs
Although I have removed Earl's address from the list, he remains in the Seven Families.
Dominic E Noel
28 Dec 1999 <TEDVONMECHOW@prodigy.net>
Looking for information, ancestors and history of Sebastian Wise died 5/15/1802, lived in Paradise Township York County Pa. his wife Catharine their children Joseph, Christianna, Sebastian and Philippine who married John Noel. I have just confirmed he is the father of my ancestors John and Philippine Noel
27 Dec 1999 Barbara <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I saw your posting - am also researching FANELL - Rosa Fanell, m. Rocco Nicola Setora abt 1860, daughter Maria Carmela Setora b. 1888 Milnesville, Luzerne Co., PA.
12 Jan 2000 Dave Conrad <email@example.com>
Found your post in Iowa counties.com/gene/ I'm related to the Amandus Woeber Family, One of the daughters married a Noel in the late 1800s or early 1900s.
13 Jan 2000 Dominic <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Dave, Not on Amandus but Margaret Jane Noel was the daughter of my grand-uncle Adam and she married Gallus Woeber in 1856 in Iowa. I have nothing else on the Woeber's.
Adams County Noel's 15 Jan 2000 Dominic <email@example.com>
Most of the Seven Families who arrived at Philly in 1736 on board the Princes Augusta and settled in eastern PA have been found to have been from Saulxures in the country of Salm. Salm is now in Bas Rhin, Alsace-Lorraine, France. However
the Enos and Joseph Noel families have not been found, although there are many intermarriages among the Noel's and the other five families.
You are invited to view the Seven Families Pages, just updated today, and join the search. See the bottom of the start page for those who are interested.
Also Wayne Strasbaugh has enlisted Hans Weebers, the
of a of
Salm-Salm descendent, whose family will visit the Prince
to review the
records of Salm. We hope that this will give a reason for
of the Seven Families. One oral history says that there
was an aborted
coup, but I would not count on this.
I am invited by the present Price zu Salm-Salm to
he told me he will take care that I get some help
Best, Hans A.M. Weebers
With the Summary at:
15 Jan 2000 1 "Mary Lu Keef" firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you, Dominic, for posting this information for all of us. Now, if only I could find which line my gggrandfather, Henry NOEL, was descended from! He first appeared in Adams Co. on 23 Dec 1827, when he married Maria STEINHOUR, daughter of Frederick STEINOUR.
If anyone has information that might help me connect my
line, I would really appreciate hearing from you!
15 Jan 2000 Dominic <email@example.com>
Mary Lu, Peter Noel of Adams County had a son Henry in abt 1802
PETER NOEL. Born 1780/1790. He married first a Miss Dull (Doll) and lived in Mount Rock, Adams County, Pa. Their children were Samuel E., 1810/11; Peter; Henry, 1803/04; Bernard, 1812/13; Louis; Gerome; George; Elizabeth; and Margaret. Peter Noel married second, Elizabeth, daughter of Nicholas Noel. They had one son and two daughters. He died in Adams County over 90 years of age.
Have you seen these? Marie is the same as Mary and the 'm' could be Magie. This would mean that Henry was born about 1800-1810. Henry could have been a second name or the son of Peter above.
16 Jan 2000 19:12:42 EST CFGenealogy@aol.com
This is what I have:
Passchier NOWE (____ -____)
Jacob NOEL (ca. 1599-____)
Daniel NOEL (ca. 1665-September 15, 1755)
Bernard NOEL (1706-July 1749)
Bernard NOEL (1745-February 9, 1802)
Elizabeth NOEL (1771-___)
William ARNOLD (January 10, 1800-April 7, 1855)
Thursby Morning ARNOLD (December 19, 1834-November
Charles Elmer BERRY (December 30,1864-February 26,1952)
Margaret Edwina BERRY (October 9, 1902-February 8, 1986)
Kathryn Louise BOYD (August 9,1922-January 14, 1977)
Charlene Margaret KIDD b. Springfield, Missouri
17 Jan 2000 Dominic <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I have Mary Zink, born 1840 to Sylvester Zink of Alsace-Lorraine and Frederica Staud, a native of Bavaria and have not done any more. A number of people have contacted me but I have not learned much. Below are some e-mail address and misc. information. I hope it helps and if you find a connection to Pennsylvania let me know.
Jim, The map was in the Aaron papers and was built from the info in "Old Jesuit Trails In Penn's Forest" by Leo Gregory Zink.
Samuel Zink born 1793 in leacock twp, Lancaster county, died 1/30/1883 in Fryburg. His wife also died in Fryburg on 3/19/1852. Her name was Dorothea. I have tried to find census records, church records, etc. with no luck. Any help
you can give would be greatly appreciated.
Joan Sanchini Littleton,
Sylvester Zink m. Frederica Staud
I am not sure where to put Margaret. Is she the daughter
and Frederica? Their birth dates don't seem to match
Carl Zinke (b. Jan. 27, 1831 Kruezkirche, Posen, Posen,
My mother-in-law has more info. than she gave me.
17 Jan 2000 1 david shea <email@example.com>
Llooking to hear from anyone related to the noel family in quebec, marie-delphine noel 1864-1956 married a joseph chaille in 1879 in trois-riveries. these were my greatgrandparents
18 Jan 2000 firstname.lastname@example.org (Jim Funke)
Do you have any info on Jacob Noel son of Blasius Noel? I am having a hard time tracking down the parents on Jacob Noel born about 1790 and married Elizabeth Albright 1813. He fought in the War of 1812 but his papers show nothing. They lived in the Shenandoah Valley. Jim
18 Jan 2000 Dominic <email@example.com>
Jim, If Jacob of Blasius married in 1828 he must have been a least 40 years old which would suggest and earlier marriage. They usually married at 26 in those days as it took that long to be able to support a family. He could have married in 1813 and lost his wife in child birth as was common then. Do you have a death date of Elizabeth Albright or birth of any children? Jacob must have died before the 1850 census. There was a Jacob at Sportsman Hall, Latrobe, PA in 1817 who sponsored a child of Simon Noel with Mary Andreis which would suggest that he was not married or his wife did not arrive yet or that she was dead and he moved to Westmoreland with his brother Joseph and John and maybe Peter. Joseph arrived before 1800, the others came later. However there was a Jacob Noel listed on the Sportsman's Hall building fund in 1809/1810 also. He could have
left to fight the war, married then lost his wife and returned, then went back to Taneytown, MD and remarried at Conewago across the state line. That is far out but could be.
1. JACOB4 NOEL (BLASIUS 'BLOSS'3, PETER2, JOSEPH1) was born Abt. 1787. He
married BARBARA ANNA OBOULD July 03, 1828 in Conewago Chapel, Adams County,
daughter of JOSEPH OBOULD.
Thes may or may not be the children of JACOB NOEL and
Notes for WILLIAM HENRY NOEL:
iv. SUSAN NOEL, b. Abt. 1837.
Notes for CECELIA NOEL:
vi. JULIANA NOEL, b. May 18, 1840.
18 Jan 2000 firstname.lastname@example.org (Jim Funke)
Here is what I have:
Jacob Noel Born abt 1790 married Elizabeth Albright 2 Nov 1815 in Shenandoah, VA. He died after 1830 but before 1850. Elizabeth was born 2 Oct 1793. Their Children:
1.Samuel Noel born abt 1819 in shenandoah married Phebe Hammon 29 MAy 1839
2. Jacob Noel born abt 1819 henandoah and died 1 May 1854 in Oak Springs, CA. Jacob Married Mary Cathy Frunk
12 Jan 1847 in Shenandoah
3. William Noel born abt 1822 in Shenandoah and died 1870 Married Sarah
19 Jan 2000 "CASEY" <SKWEEKY@CHARTER.NET>
I'm still looking for the family of Barbara NOEL-KEIM. She was born in PA in 1818. She married Abraham KEIM on 15 Sept 1836 Hiltown, Adams, PA. Out of this union came 12 children. Can anyone help me find her family???
23 Jan 2000 <email@example.com>
My husband's Noel Family are from Westmoreland Co. PA also. It is Peter Noel son of Jacob and Catherine (Grainer) who settled in Ligonier in 1823.
21 Jan 2000 Webrene1@aol.com
INDEX TO WARRANTEE-PATENTEE RECORDS OF
WESTMORELAND COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
THE FRONTIER 1783-1825 (with a fold-out map)
By Patricia Duff
23 Jan 2000 "Jerome D Noel" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I am the great great grand son of Adam Noel and I live on
T. Noel established in Scott county Iowa. It seems to me
that the Noel
history reflects the history of this great country and can
serve as a
for future generations to study and make connections with.
I spent two
years in Germany when I was in the USArmy and traveled to
the area in
24 Jan 2000 david shea <email@example.com>
looking for noel family... 1864-QUEBEC
marie-delphine noel b-5-4-1864 to medard noel b-1829 and adele tremblay b-1833 married in 5-15-1854. belive medard (jerry) noel's parents were jean noel and angele fortin????? and angele's parents were thomas tremblay and adelaide bolduc?
25 Jan 2000 firstname.lastname@example.org
Francois Noel, born in Canada around 1796, place unknown, who married Fidelia (or Phylina) Collum who was born in Canada around 1801, place unknown. Francois' father's name was Peter(Pierre) and mother's name Mary Forbes (?) They emigrated to Williston, VT about 1841 with four children: Francis, Jr., Phebe, Sophia and Julia.
Does anyone have any information on where they came from
or any BMD data on Peter and Mary? The female names
I copied from the Town Clerk's offices and don't sound
30 Jan 2000 Len <Lmariner@telusplanet.net>
I am trying to verify the marriage and parents of the couple:
NARCISSE NOEL &t JULIE CHEZA (Havelange, Namur Belgium)
I believe they would have been married circa 1865-1866.
was born in the village of Barvaux-Condroz (near town of
The children of this couple were born at HAVELANGE and
that NARCISSE NOEL and JULIE CHEZA
The name CHEZA seems to have an Italian ring to it. I had heard there was a Spanish connection with my NOEL - CHEZA great- grandparents but did not know if it was through the Noel or Cheza sides.
Four of the children of the above couple left at a young
area just north of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. These
30 Jan 2000 Kevin Noel Klnoel2002@aol.com
My father's name is Lawrence Noel, Jr. He was born in Stowe PA in 1929. His father, Lawrence Sr. was born March 19, 1904, he had one brother Nicholas Noel born in 1906. Their father was Jacob Noel, he was born sometime around the 1870 - 1880'. Jacob's wife was Margaretha (Lena) Yanas was born April 22, 1878 in Austria, Hungary. I do know that Jacob was not born in the U.S. Lawrence Sr and Nicholas were the first generation born here.
7 Feb 2000 "Barry and Susan Smith" <email@example.com>
I'm looking for exact birth dates & death dates for parents & children in this family. Any help would be appreciated!
Gabriel Noel b 2 Jul 1820 in Scioto Co., Ohio (s/o Philip Noel & Mercy Feurt) m Elizabeth Zarley 15 Oct 1848 in Will Co., Illinois. (she was born 22 Nov 1831 in Will Co d/o Reason Zarley & Sarah Mustard)
7 Feb 2000 Ligonier "Connie B. Hunter" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The Hunters are related to the Noel's through Peter Noel 's daughter, Harriet. Her daughter, Cora Emma) to her first marriage( to Albert Correll) married my husband's grandfather William Hunter. That Peter is Peter-Jacob-Andrew-John-Joseph.
We lived on a farm near Donegal for 30 years, and my husband was born and raised on "the ridge" - Baggaley Ridge.
8 Feb 2000 email@example.com (Jim Funke)
I have a Jacob Noel born 11 Feb 1788 and Married Elizabeth Albright. I see you have a Jacob born abt 1787 son of Blasius, could this be the same Jacob Noel. Jacob died in 1850 in Shenandoah. He fought in the war of 1812. After the war he arried Elizabeth and moved to Shenandoah where he raised his family. I think he came from PA or MD
8 Feb firstname.lastname@example.org (Jim Funke)
HUSBAND: JACOB NOEL
Born: 11 Feb 1788 Place:
Married: 2 Nov 1815 Place: Shenandoah Co, VA
Died: 20 jan 1850 Place: Shenandoah Co, VA
Buried: St. Marys Pine Church Place: Mt. Jackson, Shenandoah Co, VA
WIFE: ELIZABETH ALBRIGHT
Other Marr. None
Marr: Place: Shenandoah Co, VA
2 Name: JACOB
Shenandoah Co, VA
3 Name: William
Shenandoah Co, VA
4 Name: Charles M.
Born: 11 Dec 1835
Shenandoah Co, VA
WIFE: MARY CATHY DRUCK
3 Name: Jacob A.
Born: 26 May 1852
Mary Cathy Druck married William Estep Sep 13 1853 and
10 Feb 2000 Cntycwgril10@aol.com
I am looking for a George Melborn Noel Born in Kansas. Wife was Della Mariah Smith of MO. Somewhere around Kirksville, MO. They had one son named Harold Earnest Noel born in Near Yarrow, MO, 01 May 1905. This is my Grandfather and Grandmother. Harold is my father. I cannot find anything on my Grandparents. If anyone has any information I would be grateful.
10 Feb 2000 Webrene1@aol.com
19 Ac 56
5Ac 65 P
27Ac 39 P
177Ac 88 P
12 Feb 2000 Dominic <email@example.com>
Does anyone have any info on this man which was found on the Adams County Page?
John [ Buckskin] NOEL (b.28-Jun-1776 in France
Adams Co., PA.) was said to have left France as a young
man and stayed
in Germany for a few years before coming to America in
about 1810. He
in the Wenksville, Menallen Twp., Adams Co., PA. area
where he married
Elizabeth (b.31-Apr-1793 d.27-Apr-1853). They had
children John A
Noel ( b.14-May-1829 d.3-Dec-1897) who never married and
d.21-Jun-1874) who married Mary Ann IRVIN (b.29-Oct-1834
17 Feb 2000 firstname.lastname@example.org
My information is from a small book called Most Blessed Sacrament Church, Bally, Pennsylvania (originally known as St. Paul's Chapel of Goshenhoppen). This history was published by the church in 1976.
All of the people below were members of the Goshenhoppen congregation. They were scattered over several counties. I will give the family name and the area where they lived. These families are the very early ones at Goshenhoppen and mostly predate the Sportsman's Hall settlement. Some of the given names are different from those on your list, probably because they are fathers or grandfathers of the Westmoreland settlers.
Bivers - A Bevertz/Bibers family lived in Allemangel (now Albany Twp, Berks & Lynn Twp, Lehigh)
Bock - I believe this is the same as BUCK. Joseph and Henry BUCK lived in Springfield Twp, Bucks Co.
Henrich/Henry - This one I'm sure of because it's my family. The Henrichs lived in Albany Twp, Berks. The Henrich house was a mass house.
Kuhn - There are a lot of Kuhn's. Henry, Henry Jr. and Joseph Kuhn were from Cedar Creek, southwest of Allentown in Lehigh Co. At various times all of their homes were mass houses. A William Kuhns lived in the Easton/Bethlehem area of Northampton.
Ruffner - The Simon Ruffner family originally lived at Croner's Mill near Red Hill in Montgomery Co. They later moved to the Blue Mountains in Northampton Co. (now Lehigh). This last would be in the Allemangel area.
Schmidt - A Philip Schmidt had a mass house in Penn Twp, Berks (formerly Bern Twp)
Seyverth/Seybert - Joseph Seyfert lived in Reading
If you find out where the Toners came from, please
They seem to be connected to my mysterious Elizabeth
origins are unknown.
Below are the people who sponsored the Noel children or the parents of children sponsored by the Noel's at Sportsman's Hall, St Vincent's, Latrobe, PA 1800 - 1820.
I am trying to determine where these people lived before that came to Westmoreland. As a start I believe that the Griffin's, Kuhn's and Ruffner's came from Goshenhoppen. If your are in any of these lines and have any information, even oral history, please let me know.
Dominic E Noel
17 Feb 2000 "wehurst" <email@example.com>
My line begins with Susan Noel m. William Reynolds in 1832 in Venango Co. Penn. They lived in the Cherrytree twp. My
research indicates that there was a branch of the Joseph Noel family from Gettysburg Penn. (Adams Co.) that moved to Cherrytree around 1825. This would have been Thomas Noel and his wife Mary Magadalena (Noel). That is what I know at the present. Thanks for any help you can give. Evelyn
18 Feb 2000 VWhite0901@aol.com
I'm doing family research on the NOEL families that were living in Owen Co.IN....part of the family had been living in Owen Co. and Greene and Monroe Co's.since 1850.....My direct line of NOEL's I'm researching are:
HENRY NOEL b. 1811 KY.
Fernando Noel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Well, I asked to my grandmother about our family and she told me that's Josť Domingues
translated the last name Nouh ( Syrian ) to Noel. Ah, he went to France because the Syrian
War... Here we have a lot of guys with this last name, ones with Nouh, but I like very much
NOEL, Josť come from France to Brazil in 1910 ( + or - ), and here he had, Jorge and Adala.
It's all, but I think that have more... I have to go, I need to study. Bye, Fernando
25 Feb 2000 Dominic <email@example.com>
Here is a Scott Noel, a Afro-American, age 22 in the Census Index of Anne Arundel County, MD in 1870. If you ever learn anything more let me know.
Scott Noel. Family No.: 534
Age: 22 Sex: M Race: B Occupation: Farm hand
Film No.: M 7233 Page: 623/78 MSA S1526-9971
26 Feb 2000 Dominic <firstname.lastname@example.org>
John Noel an Afro-American barber resided at 42 North Howard St., Baltimore, Maryland as reported by Louis S. Diggs from "The Baltimore Directory", compiled by Samuel Jackson in 1819.
This may be a good site for African Americans to research their family history.
Check the link above first
- This is from Mississippi State Univ.
26 Feb 2000 Dominic <email@example.com>
Extraction's of Banat Emigrants in Pre-WW I US Customs & Immigration passenger Ship Records
MUELLER Anton 38 16 Apr 1906 Carpathia Fiu/NY
NOEL Nikolaus 24 15 May 1906 Pr Alice Bre/NY New York NY
NOEL Peter 18 21 May 1906 Pannonia Fiu/NY New York NY
NOLL Anton 31 3 Jul 1906 Slavonia Fiu/NY Cleveland NY
NOLL Mathias 40 14 May 1903 Frankfurt Bre/Bal Cincinnati OH
27 Feb 2000 "switten" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Is anyone working on this line. I haven't seen anything on these people anywhere on the Internet.
27 Feb 2000 Dominic <email@example.com>
I am interested in any Noel who was at the surrender of Yorktown.
"Thomas Johnson, father of Cave Johnson, married Mary
Search on Noel on this page
18 Feb 2000 "Strasbaugh, Wayne (Phila)" <Strasbaugh@ballardspahr.com>
I don't have it handy, but there is a biograpy of Sevrenus Noel in Prowell's history of York County. He lists his father as Michael Noel, grandfather as John Noel (1774-1847) and greatgrandfather as having come from France. Can this be right? This John is tagged on to the end of Charles Noel's tree as a Noel with an unidentified connection to Joseph and his sons. Ted and I now believe that he is in our line of ancestry.
26 Feb 2000
I was wondering if you had any information of the Noels from around Adair County, MO. During 1800 to current. IM looking for ancestor that are from that area. Having no lucky finding any from that area, but that is where my father was born.
Della (Noel) Gore
3 Mar 2000 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I have been searching in vain for some information about my grandmother, Maude B. Noel ( I believe her father may have been Charles R. Noel. The only clues I have are that the family bible gives her d.o.b. l0 Nov. l877 in Mitchell, Ind.: dod. l8 Feb. l905. in Indianapolis, Ind. Also have her High School diploma from Vincennes High School dated l8 June l895. She
married Harry Reynolds in July l902. I sent to Indianapolis for death cert but came back as unknown. Is there anyone out there who might be able to help my search. Is there still a Vincennes High School? Area newspapers where birth of death notices might appear. My mother Sara Reynolds was born in Peru, Ind. 27 Nov. l903. As you see, she was only an infant at the time of her mother's death. Thanks for any suggestions or direction. Betty
29 Feb 2000 <TEDVONMECHOW@prodigy.net>
Today I received the Administration for PETER NOWEL [NOEL] JR. He is the son of Peter Noel Sr. Peter Sr. born 1719 in France died in 1771. His son was reported to have died in 1779 however that is the date the administration bond was filed, The inventory of his Estate was made on Feb. 19 1777 therefore he died prior to that date.
His widow Henrietta Noel was remarried by the time the Administration was filed on 6th Feb 1779.
She is married to CHRISTOPHER SPEACE.
The wording is: WE Christopher Speace and Henrietta Speace, the said Henrietta being the late widow and Relict of Peter Noel late of Paradise township deceased and Robert J. Chester and William Mummart all of the Aforesaid county [York] are held and firmly bound. etc.
DOES ANYONE KNOW OF THE SPEACE FAMILY.
The Peter seems to be the son of PETER SR since his administration is still paying off the debts from his fathers will to his brothers and sisters.
3 Mar 2000 <TEDVONMECHOW@prodigy.net>
Peter NOEL 1720-1771 and wife Margaret
There has been some confusion about the number of their children was it 8 or 9.
The Noel Tree by Charles Noel lists 9. And many
According to his Will the actual document not an index he had TEN  Children:
This is the actual wording:
"I do order and direct that the same be Equally Divided
my NINE children
Mary would not be the youngest since some of his children
01 Mar 2000 22:23:15 -0500 email@example.com
St. Michael's is located in Loretto, PA right down the road from the church.
Anastasia Annie DRISKEL 1894-1986
Transcribed by Russ and Mary Henry
1 Mar 2000 firstname.lastname@example.org
I am researching Henry Noel who married Maria M. Steinour in 1827 in Adams Co. PA.
4 Mar 2000 Dominic <email@example.com>
The following are the names of African Americans who are listed in the book, "Baltimore Directory 1865-66."
Noel, Sister Mary Louisa, superior of St. Francis Female
By Louis S. Diggs
4 Mar 2000 Dominic <firstname.lastname@example.org>
BIOGRAPHY OF MOTHER MARY ELIZABETH LANGE, O.S.P.
These pages Starts at: http://www.louisdiggs.com/oblates/main.html
This is one of the stories that makes history worth while and adds reality.
This community composed of free Black women, living in a
1834 Lauretta Noel, Santa Domingan refugee and a woman of
4 Mar 2000 <TEDVONMECHOW@prodigy.net>
Adams County, PA - The Christopher Speace who married Peter Noels JR. widow Henrietta is the same Christopher SPEES whose will was probated 13 March 1821. Wayne and I found the will on Microfilm at the PHS today. It mentions his step children. John Noel Married to Philibeena and their son Michael. Catherine Noel intermarried to Sebastian Wise, Mary Noel intermarried to Vincent Grible
His will was written in 1815. He crossed out 5 line in 1818. Filed 13 March 1821.
I am going to write to the Archives and get the original [interested in what was crossed out]. It may be reference to his wife if she died between 1815 and 1818.
Anyway this will locks the John Noel and Philippine Wise with Peter JR.
Thanks to Barbara O'Keefe for pointing us to this will.
The Wolfgang and Christopher may have been brothers the
be spelled many different ways.
5 Mar 2000 <TEDVONMECHOW@prodigy.net>
Looking for an Elizabeth Strausbaugh who was an administrator for a will in York / Adams county Penna. Circa 1840. Or a Will / Administration for same.
The question is she paid the Estate of Mary Noel of Paradise York County Pa $19.72 in 1842. Why was this payment made? Was Mary Noel listed in a will or a child of the deceased?
We are searching for the maiden name of Mary Noel who was
James Noel 1797 - 1838
15 Mar 2000 LOLLY88@aol.com
I'm trying to learn if one of my ancestors is connected to this Noel Family. I have a Marthe Noel b. 1578/1580 Charente Angoumois, France, who married Francois Tourault b. 1579 in Poitou, France in 1599. I know of only one child of this marriage, Francoise Tourneau b. 1600 in Dom Pierre La Rochelle, Aunis, France. She married Jacques Archambault, b. 1604 in Aunis France. They were married 1/24/1629 in St. Philibert du Pointe Charault, Lucon, Poiteau France. She also married Louis Ozanne, not sure if he was first or second husband since I have no dates for them.
10 Apr 2000 Wolfsong <email@example.com>
I am responding to part of your web page about the Noel family line. You mention that a Noel married a Indian woman.
My great, great, great grandmother's name was Proxidia Noel, she was full blooded Ottawa Indian, though we can only find information after her marriage to my grandfather LaVeau. They had at least 7 children, one named Telesphore LaVeau, circa 1840 or 50?. They were from Quebec, Canada. Any additional infomation would be appreciated greatly. I do not
know how my grandmother got the Noel name, unless that was the Christian name she was given, which was a common occurrence for Indians back then. Any help would be appreciated.
17 Apr 2000 Bmfi@aol.com
Searching for parents, & siblings of John J Noel who is listed on 1850 Texas Census as 40 years old, and born in Pa. His wife was Malinda T Carpenter (born in Ill) and they were married in Seivers County Ar, in 1840. They had 5 children, first three were born in AR and last 2 in Texas. Malinda married 2 other times, and John died in early 1850's in Texas. Children are Mary Ann (my ggrandmother), Elizabeth (Lizzie), David, Margarette, and John J Jr.
18 Apr 2000 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
We also have a Peter Noel in our family tree. He was born 1818 and dies 1901. His wife was Elizabeth Herr. Peter's father was Jacob Noel b 1772 d 1848 who was married to Catherine Grimmer (Grainer). Jacob's father was Andrew Noel who married Theresa. Andrew's father was John Noel circa 1722 whose wife was Margaret. John's father was Joseph Noel circa 1680 from Europe. Our Peter Noel and his wife Elizabeth built the family home sometime after the civil war. The house is still standing and is located on the Chestnut Ridge on Noel Rd, Latrobe PA. The Bethel Cemetary sits at the end of this road. Peter and Elizabeth however are buried at the Youngstown Lutheran Cemetary. They were not Catholic. Rumor has is that Elizabeth was half indian. Peter's daughter Harriet Alice Noel b 1855 married Albert Correll. Their daughter Cora Emma married William Hunter who was my great grandfather on my mother's side.
21 Apr 2000 Treeshkr@aol.com
I am a descendant of the Ruffner family you refer to in the Sportsman's Hall History.
On a recent trip to Greensburg, Westmoreland County, I visited the Greensburg Catholic Cemetery. Found a large Ruffner tombstone for D. Elmer Ruffner 1884-1926 and Rose V. 1877-1921. As I stopped to show this stone to my mother, Gladys Ruffner Myers, I spotted several smaller stones behind the large stone.
Seems my Ruffners and your Noels connect in some way. Perhaps you have the answers.
Here are the names and dates of the grouping I found. From left to right:
Agnes C. Noel 1838-1917
Agnes Wallrobenstein May 17, 1962
Frances, Son of (unreadable) Very old stone.
Ruffner, Simon J. 1872-1914
Ruffner, Joseph A. 1836-1896
Ruffner, Mary A. 1850-1890
Ruffner, Porter A. 1882-1944
John P. Noel 1845-1923
Anna J. Hartman 1870-1911
Rose Noel Barron 1880-1977
If you do know how the Noels and Ruffners connect, please
24 Apr 2000 "Connie B. Hunter" <email@example.com>
I have just received a copy of an Oath of Appraisers for a second wife of William S. Hunter,(1840-1878). It was dated Nov. 14, 1878. Her name was "Mary M.", and I'm thinking she may have been a Noel, as the witnesses are Jonas Noll and William Noll. In looking through the only reference I have (The Noel Family), for the Noel's other than my direct line, I find Jonas and William as sons of Charles and Martha Noel. They also have a daughter Mary (b.1836), but she supposedly married and moved to Missouri where she died. They also had a daughter Margaret (b. 1842), and she married Harry Stein - no further info. available. Could she have been "Margaret Mary" and maybe married a second time?
24 Apr 2000 "Marilynn Wienke" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
How about a Al Noel some how connected to the Hull's, McEvilly's, Bristow's or Latimers. States, Ohio, PA and ILL. I'm asking because I have a silver napkin ring with the name Al Noel on it and it was given to me by my grandmother Mary L. Bristow Hull.
HULL COLEMAN LATIMER MCQUOWN
WEGLEY GREENAWALT CHAMBERS
28 Apr 2000 <JimBarNash@worldnet.att.net>
My Azariah Noel was born on 5 Jan 1804 in Caswell County, NC and died 3 April 1877 in Gwinnett County, Georgia. He was a Presbyterian. I believe his parents were James Noel who died about 1840 in Gwinnett County and Jane (Richmond)
10 May 2000 Dottie GandGski@aol.com
You were right about my ancestors arriving in Ligonier in 1823 from the Pigeon Hills of Pa. after landing in Phila. in 1735.
The order of direct descendancy to fulfill requirements for admission into the Daughters of the American Revolution are:
12 May 2000 "TED VONMECHOW" <email@example.com>
From the marriage records of Moravian Church, Litiz: 1746: Noel, John, and Margaret Poet.
This is not as "slim pickins" as at first glance. In Charles Noel's book John's wife was Margaret but he did not have the marriage or her surname. In 1746 York did not exist. So for those who trace back to John Noel this is a break thru. And a search of the Poet surnames can begin.
JOHN NOEL (N7C2) was born in Europe ca 1722. He
with his parents in 1736 and was a resident of Paradise
Twp., York Co.,
Pa. the remainder of his life. His wife's name was
Margaret ( my
addition - now known as Margaret Poet), and he was a
shoemaker, as well
as a farmer. On 5 Oct 1762 he obtained 3l5 acres in
adjoining John Abbott, Matthew Bowser, William Mummert,
On 13 Aug 1764 he sold 100 acres to Valentine Preecil,
which had been
to him on 14 Mar 1755. His will, dated 27 Oct 1765,
10 Jan 1766. Executors were his wife and Nicholas
13 May 2000 James Stahl <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A few years ago we corresponded when I was searchig for the parents and ancestors of my G-G Grandmother,MATILDA NOEL,b 12 MAR 1822,d 16 DEC 1893. She was married to DANIEL KLINE and lived in the St.Lawrence area of
I thought at the time her parents were SAMUEL NOEL and MARTHA FELIX although I never found any conclusive proof.
Recently made contact with another KLINE researcher who
parents were SIMON NOEL and MARY ANDREISSEN based on the
and Daniel named their first son SIMON and second son
My question to you is, do you have any info on SIMON NOEL
Simon Noel in your NOEL line and if so, how does he
descend from Joseph
Sun, 15 Aug 1999 Carolyn J. Rock <email@example.com>
I'm looking at a birthdate abt. 1754, prob. in or near York Co., PA.
Daniel Noel md. Joyce HAIRCOURT, and their dau. Jane
was born 9 Jun 1780 on the Rappahannock River, Essex Co.,
md. John REID, who was born 9 Aug 1781 in Little York,
York Co., PA.
marriage took place in Campbell Co., VA on 13 May 1805.
John REID left
a written account saying that Daniel NOEL was
English descent", and Joyce HAIRCOURT was "of the Dutch."
that she was of English, he of
Duetsch. Daniel NOEL had a brother, Austin NOEL, who
28 May 2000 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
My great, great, great grandmother was Mary Ellen "Ellen" Noel of Capon Bridge, Hampshire County, West Virginia (in an area formerly part of old Frederick County, Virginia). They lived and died there on "Little Timber Ridge." She was married to Christopher (born about 1770-died 1841). Unfortunately I have no further information about Mary Ellen Noel. There are other individuals named Noel in that area, including another Mary Ellen Noel, probably all related. References are made to her and her husband in "Historical Records of Old Frederick and Hampshire Counties, Virginia,"
by Wilmer Kerns, at pages 286-287, 295
In my prior message I should have mentioned some other
in that area: The Mary Ellen Noel who was not my
born in Hampshire County on July 3, 1833. Nicholas
Noel was born
there on January 9, 1809. He had a daughter, Addison
1849, and his wife was Nancy Kerns, born about 1812 in
I'm searching for information on Albert and Ira Noel - not sure what county, but I know that Albert's mother was Elizabeth Noel and his brother was William Noel. Albert and Ira passed away sometime around 1894-1900 and their children, Lance
and Clarence Albert went to live with William Noel in Gallatin County, Kentucky.
14 Jun 2000 James Stahl <email@example.com>
I just received a 3 page handwritten letter from PAUL I. NOEL, Coalport ,PA who you referred me to for info re; Simon Noel.
One thing struck me in his letter.Paul says Simon and Mary sold their farm In Unity Twp., Westmoreland Co before 1837.He said the deed is dated 1822 and there is a sworn statement signed by Simon and Mary by a JP that this was their property.He goes on to say Simon payed taxes in 1837 on a farm in White Twp. Cambria Co.Wonder where they were in the interim?
MOST interesting tid-bit from Paul was there is aCambria Co. Continuance Court Document dated July Term 1859, signed by Sheriff Brawley that he served papers in respect to a debt owed the estate of William Todd to the following people: Mary Ann Noel, widow of Simon Noel,Christopher Noel,,Anthony Noel,Mary Ann Wanner, ""MATILDA KLINE"",Simon Noel, and John Noel.
I think that pretty much proves my G-G-G Grandmother Matilda Noel[Kline] was Simons daughter and the others her Mom and siblings.
THANKS Dom for the lead, a big break through for me.Now
to figure out is "WHERE THE HECK DID SIMON COME FROM
15 Jun 2000 Dominic <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This is from the notes of Harvey Noel who did the work on my line, Joseph Noel born abt 1774 who may have been the son of Blasius Noel of Taneytown, MD.
[My comments enclosed in this manner]
Note: Don D. Osborn records in a letter to Charles
From Jacob Heidler's will 1760, Paradise Twp., York City.
Noll (Noel) who was my apprentice his freedom
22 Jun 2000 JeanShar40@aol.com
my GGgrandfather jacob a sharbaugh b 1814 keubelberg ger. it is located close to trier, near luxemborg. arrived in 1830 cambria co, his name was schabacher. he and his bro peter both married in loretto 1830s . jacob married mary noel and peter married anna noel. church records have them born in germany. do you have them? my husbands bro just returned from keubelberg with records from the town with names of people who left this small village for the usa. noel was one of the
names. i dont yet have this list, will recieve next mo when they visit. we discussed noel because of the marriages. there are over 150 names we also mentioned kirsch.
3 Jul 2000 ClaudiusI0@aol.com
I am seeking information on the descendants of Lewis Noel born Nov. 14, 1782 in Loudoun County, VA and died Dec. 17, 1851 in Jessamine County, KY. He married Sarah "Sally" McCannon. Lewis Noel was the son of Bernard Noel and Sarah Grey of Loudoun County, VA.
I need the children of Lewis Noel and a marriage location.
I am seeking the husband of a Sarah (unknown) who was born in 1821 in KY. She married a man named Noel probably in Woodford County, KY ca. 1842. They had four children:
Zerelda Noel born 1843
Mr. Noel died before Sept. 21, 1850 when Sarah Noel
the Owen County, KY census living in Owenton (the county
remarried James Lee on Oct. 21, 1850 in Owenton.
Three of the
appear on the 1860 Owen County census: Zerelda,
William and Mary
14 Jul 2000 Marnerose@aol.com
I am looking for information on my gggrandfather. This is the information that I have. Daniel Noel born abt 1829 in Pa? married Mary Burk born abt 1840 in Pa. Their children: Martha Jane, Amanda, Emma. If you have any information on these people I would so appreciate hearing from you. Thanks Ann Boldt
19 Jul 2000 "Richard Graham" < email@example.com >
My line is from Joseph Noel from Europe to Adams County, PA:
Joseph Noel b.1680 d.1752
Peter Noel b. 1719 d. 1771
Blasius Noel b. 1761 d. 1832
Christopher Noel b.1783 d.1819
Eliza Ann Noel b. 10/12/1816 d.1/14/1898 Payson Ill Adams county
W.H.Graham b.1814 d.1846 m.Eliza Ann Noel
This is what I found on William Noel.
Joseph Noel b.1680 d.1752
Theodore C. Noel, was in the civil war, Co. A 78th. Ill Infantry 1863 to mustered out 1865 was a prisoner of war.
Back to William Noel b.Wrightsville Pa. after coming to Birmingham Ill he was the first School Teacher their in 1837. in 1839 he was the first Postmaster for Birmingham. was a large land owner in the township of Birmingham. their is other descendants I am sure, but at this time not able to find any more.
The web page for Schuyler Co. Ill is
if you are any one wants to look up the William Noel or
Eliza Ann Noel
family, just thought it may help some one in their search
31 Jul 2000 Debra Goodall <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Peter R Noel from Adams County, Pennsylvania to Michigan in 1853
Much of the information I have is from the census records
"The History of Kent County", Chapman 1881 and
Peter R Noel was the son of Nicholas Noel and the
Noel. He left for Grand Rapids Michigan in the
Caroline, the oldest daughter, is mention in the
history and not in the Michigan history. Either she died
Pius J Noel was born in 1832 and married a Caroine Robenson in 1856. He returned to Pennsylvania. He had 10 children:
Mary A was born Dec. 24, 1833. She married Adam Ohler and
Feb. 19,1886. I do not have how many children she
John S was born August 3,1835. He married Margert
she was born in 1841, and they had nine
Agnes T married Jeremiah W. Boyton in 1859. They had two children Mary and Lillie.
William Peter married Sarah J. McConaw.
Joseph died in 1849 in Pennsylvania before they left for Michigan.
James was the next son. I do not have any information on him yet.
Louise F married E. J. Shinkman on June 2, 1868. She died Nov. 1, 1880 leaving 2 daughters and one son.
Francis Louise, a twin brother, married a women named
to the 1880 census he had 2 children and was
Lydia & Lucinda - I have do not have information on
Fri, 4 Aug 2000 James S Gayheart JS9076@aol.com
My ggg-grandfather was Achillies Noel b. abt. 1805 of Mercer Co., Ky. he came to Mercer Co., in abt. 1830 from Essex Co. Va. with his wife Mary (Polly) Duglas an one child Catherine Lucinda b.10/4/1830 - 7 more kids born in Ky.Can't find anything on him before this. CAN YOU HELP???
14 Aug 2000 "Bill Schilling" <email@example.com>
I am descended from Daniel and Matilda NOEL KLINE. In particular I am descended from their daughter Sarah Jane KLINE KINGSTON. I hold quite a bit of information on Sarah and her descendants as well as a fair amount of information of the other children of Daniel and Matilda. I hold very little info on Daniel and Matillda's ancestors. All I know is that Daniel's parents were Jacob KLINE (Born circa 1781 in Alsace, Died 22 MAR 1855, buried St. Lawrence Cemetery, PA) and Elizabeth (born circa 1780 in France, no other info)
I believe Matillda's parents were Simon NOEL (Born Circa
Died 11 SEP 1848) and Mary ANDRESSIN
15 Aug 2000 Em1lysNana@aol.com
I am trying to find info on Barbara Noel married to Joseph Ditto. I have no other info on her. Her son, Francis born 1758 in
York CA, PA is my GGGgrandfather, a twin & a Rev. soldier. In his pension papers he stated that he was an orphan at an early age--about 14 if my addition is correct. If you have any info on Barbara or the early Noels I would grately appreciate it if you would be willing to share. Thank you! JoAnn
Wed, 16 Aug 2000 BEstlinbaum@aol.com
Looking for Tom Noel in Tillman County, Oklahoma during the 1920's.
4 Sep 2000 firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a ggggdau of Emma Strausbaugh, youngest daughter of Joseph Strausbaugh and Rebecca Devault. She married John Emory Harvey 16 Nov 1884 and died 14 Mar 1899, both in Vinton Co.,Ohio. There is a connection to Barbara Noel. Cindy
5 Sep 2000 <Strasbaugh@ballardspahr.com>
This is what I have on Ciindy's line. Her Joseph is apparently the son of Joseph, who was the son of Peter and Barbara Noel.. Joseph Sr.'s birth is recorded in the Conewago chapel records. Peter was the only known son of Nicolas Strasbach Jr., the
eldest son of the immigrant Nicolas Strasbach from Saulxures. Wayne
(5) 126.96.36.199.9 Joseph STRAUSBAUGH Jr.
Spouse: Rebecca DEVAULT
4) 188.8.131.52 Joseph STRAUSBAUGH
Spouse: Christina BERGER
Marriage Date: 8 Nov 1803