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14 Sep 2000 Jslammers@aol.com
Joseph Noel is my g-g-grandfather. Below is what I know of him:
Found in a book in Albion Library, Noble County,
Bk 1, pp. 39 & 350, Rec. 29 Sep. 1870
To Harrison H. Withers, Mary Ann Noel, Martha (Noel) Pierson, Sarah Noel certain real estate.
Exec- Wife Mary Ann Noel
Martha Noel Pierson married James Pierson (1842-1919). They were my g-grandparents, resided in Noble County, Indiana.
Joseph Noel is buried in Cosperville Cemetery,
On tombstone is date: Sep 28, 1870, 71y2m13d. I
estimated he was
born in 1799.
Known children were:
Joseph W. Noel, born October 2, 1851, Noble County, Indiana, died February 14, 1905, Noble County, Indiana. Married April 6, 1873, to Laura Stonebraker, born Pennsylvania, died after 1882. Children were Ella, Delbert, Frank, and William. Frank and William moved to Gundy County, Iowa.
Sarah Noel born 1854, Indiana.
Still don't know if the Harrison H Withers mentioned in
1860 Census shows him age 19, living with Joseph Noel
My descendency from Joseph is has follows:
Joseph Noel (1799, Virginia-1880, Noble County, Indiana & Mary Ann Mawhorter (1815, Pennsylvania-d.?)
Martha Ann Noel (1848, Noble County, Indiana-1913, Noble County, Indiana) & James Morrison Pierson (1842, Noble County, Indiana-1919, Noble County, Indiana)
Jessie M Pierson (1875, Noble County, Indiana-1918, Noble County, Indiana) & Maude Hamp (1888, Noble County, Indiana-1918, Noble County, Indiana
Ruth Adele Pierson (1913, Noble County, Indiana-1982, Cass County, Michigan, lived Elkhart County, Indiana) & Howard Edmund Peter (1896, County of Middlesex, London, England-1869-Elkhart County, Indiana)
My mother's parents died during the influenza epidemic of 1918-1919. She was raised by foster parents, so much of our history had been lost. My mother really only knew her parent's names and of course her sisters. Bit by bit I am finding it again
Thanks for any help. Dawn
15 Sep 100 17:24:37 +0000 email@example.com
I'm researching -- or, more to the point, stuck on -- a ZINK line which I believe originated from a town near Wissembourg in Alsace. My great-great grandmother, Juliana Zink, was born in 1852 in Josefstal, Beresan, Odessa, Russia. I think she was a granddaughter of George ZINK, who left Alsace-Lorraine in the early 1800s. I'm sorry to be so vague, but (a) I haven't definitely linked her to George Zink, because I don't know who her father was, and (b) I'm at work at the moment, so I can't tell you when he was born. But I wanted to get this letter off to you while I was thinking about it, or I'm liable to forget.
I know there's a Zink family from Alsace that ended up in Josefstal, and I know that Juliana married Josef Franz IMMEL, who was from Landau. The Immels were mostly from the part of the Rhineland that borders modern Alsace, though some of their ancestors were from Alsace itself. My great-grandmother, Margaret IMMEL, married John DeKINDER in Texas in 1908; his family also originated in the Rheinpfalz. So why would I expect my ZINKs to be different In any case, George Zink and his family were the only Catholic Zinks I could find among the German colonists in Russia, and the only Zinks in the Beresan district. :)
Anyway, if you know of this George Zink, or if you have a George Zink who was born in the mid-to late-1700s and then disappears, let me know. I may have the answer -- or part of the answer, anyway. :)
19 Sep 2000 1 Russell Henry <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Latrobe Bulletin, Saturday, April 27, 1935 Page 5
21 Sep 2000 <email@example.com>
Searching for information on my great grandparents: JOSEPH PETER NOEL, born ca. 1827-1834, supposedly at Three Rivers, Canada. Died Dec 1882 in Bourbonnais, (Kankakee County) IL. Married ROSE DE LIMA LANDRY in 1863 in Bourbonnais. She was born 6/1845 & died 5/1925 in Clyde, KS. I am told she was baptised at St. Anne de Baupre.
Would like to know who their parents & siblings were.
Also would like to find the connection between Joseph Noel and the following: Frederick Noel b. ca. 1848. Lived in Kankakee Co., IL in 1870. Also lived in Goodland, IN. Married Adeline Gagnon born ca. 1850. She died Sept. 1924.
Pierre Noel b. ca. 1831. Lived in Kankakee Co., IL in 1880. Married Philomene Vachon Feb 1868 at Weedon. Had a daughter, Marie Eulalie Noel b. Dec 1869 at St. Eugene L'Islet. She married Telesphore Briere in Jan 1890 at Weedon. Marie E. Noel Briere died Oct 1949 in Willimantic, CT. I believe Pierre & family may have returned to Canada between April 1884 & Jan 1890. Pierre was a witness to Joseph Noel's burial in Ill. in 1882.
Mary Noel Thibaut
21 Sep 2000 CTHEMIST@aol.com
The Dorchester Co, MD, family of Noell/Nowell was there by at least 1676. I haven't found any information on their exact arrival. This family appears to be English as they were originally Episcopalian.
James Nowell Sr m. Margaret (Harwood?? - not proven, b. ca. 1656). Known children: 1) John m. Eleanor ??, died 1717, daus: Elizabeth & Ann; 2) Septimus m. Mrs. Jane Taylor (widow); d. 1716, no children; 3) James, Jr, b. ca. 1683**; Brazel/Basil m. Margaret Eccleston***, d. ca. 1754; daughters Elizabeth, Hannah and Ann Kempston.
** James Nowell, Jr, may be the father of Martin Nowell who appears in the 1736 Bertie Co, NC, records. The last record of James, Jr, in Dorchester is 1733. It is also possible that James and Martin are the same person. Some of the very early Bertie Co records are missing.
***Brazel/Basil estate records list the following children: Septimus, Edward (m. Elizabeth Trippe), Elisabeth, James, Hugh, Thomas, Charles (minor), Sarah (minor), William (minor). Basil Noell m. Margaret Eccleston, daughter of Hugh Eccleston of Dorchester Co. Basil's descendants apparently used the spelling NOELL.
Additional reasons for believing that Martin is descended from the Dorchester Co family is the unusual names of Septimus and Basil/Brazel which also appear in the NC lines. There is a Septimus Nowell from Martin Co, NC, who m. a Jane?? and moved to SC before 1800. There is a William Brazel in Wake Co, NC, who is the son of Isham Nowell of Edgecombe Co, NC.
I have a little additional on other MD Nowells, Noells, but I haven't found anything to connect them to the Dorchester Co family.
02 Oct 2000 firstname.lastname@example.org
Peter Noel can be found in the 1850 census in East Deer Twp., Allegheny Cty., as listed below:
Peter Noel 46 M Coal Digger 200 PA
Catharine's maiden name is Hoak.
Benjamin married Martha Hoak.
I would enjoy hearing from anybody who is researching this Noel family.
Thank you, Kathy
Also the marriage at St. Michael's, Loretto, PA
12 Oct 2000 Whiteag@webtv.net Jerry Taylor (White Eagle)
I am looking for Information on Benjamin Noel that Married a women named Judith ? There was no last name on there Marriage License, They were Married in Amherst CO, VA. in the in Early 1800's. I am looking for Judith's Maiden Name.
Eilza Noel Married William H. Taylor in 1868.
I have always been told that they were Native American,
no Documintation to Back this up, although I do have
of my G, G Grandmother who was the Daughter of Mary
William W. Staton In the Photograph she
is Dressed in
Indian Dress, She was Born In The Oronoco
was raised there. My Family say's that she was
an Irish Creek Indian and if you saw the Photograph
18 Oct 2000 "Sean D. Noel" <email@example.com>
My name is Sean Daniel Noel, and I come from Auburn, Maine. Auburn is about an hour north of Portland, and is a twin city
with Lewiston, Maine. Both cities have traditions as shoe towns, and many french canadians came south to work the Mills. I am that mixture of Irish and French that is so common in my area. My grandfather Ralph Louis Noel Sr. is said to have spoken French, although I never heard him do so, and he didn't have an accent. I don't have any idea what lies in the generations beyond my grandfather, although your web page certainly gives me the idea that our people could have come down from Northern Maine, and certainly from Canada. Thank you for the valuable resource!
24 Oct 2000 firstname.lastname@example.org
Latrobe Bulletin Front Page
Saturday, March 22, 1913
William Reed Noel, the surviving infant twin child of Mr.
Noel, of near No. 1, schoolhouse, did not long survive his
Samuel A. The latter was buried on Thursday, following his
bronchitis, and the other twin, William succumbed to the
2:15 o'clock, yeaterday morning. He was aged one month and
27 days. The
funeral services was held this morning at 10:00. The Rev.
L. J. Baker
the service at the house.
Mary Henry found these new stories or obits and passed them on to me.
Dominic October 30. 2000
Emanuel Noel, a veteran of the Civil War, and who is well
known in and
6 Nov 2000
I have seen your postings on the pacatholic list. The following was posted on the Benton County, MO site. I didn't know if you could help him. Sharon
"My Granfather was Marcellus Noel, son of James Edward
Jeans Noel. I am attempting to learn the name of James
His mother's name was Anna. The came to Benton County
sometime before 1840. After Mary died James Edward did
remarry and had
several more children. If you would like information, I
can send it to
you. Mary Valerie Noel is buried in the Noel family
cemetery in Benton
County. I am hoping that you might have some information
Edward Noel's parents."
Latrobe Bulletin Latrobe,PA
Tuesday, Feb. 4, 1913 Mary Henry
The fifty-fifth milestone in the married life of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob S. Noel, of near Donohoe, Unity township, was passed in a happy manner, Sunday, when a family reunion was held at the old homestead, in celebration of the anniversary event. Children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, together with a number of friends, were present to extend their felicitations to the honored couple who though achieving almost a record for wedding anniversaries are still hale and hearty, and still young in
spirit. And even as to years, Mr. and Mrs. Noel, though they have celebrated their fifty-fifth wedding anniversary, are not old, he being 79 and she but 73. It was on the second of February in the year 1858 that Mr. Noel, then a young man of 24, led his bride, a girl of 18, to the altar at St. Vincent's Church. The Rev. Father Charles was the officiating priest. During the years 1865 and 1866 they lived in Latrobe, Mr. Noel having worked as a carpenter in the car shops which then were located here.
Thirteen children were born to them, and nine of them are living, seven sons and two daughters. They also have 24 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Francis E. Noel, of Latrobe, is one of the sons.
Latrobe Bulletin Latrobe, PA
Thursday, April 22, 1920 Page 5 Mary Henry
Miss Mary E. (Molly) Noel and Jesse J. Stephenson, both of Unity township, were united in marriage, Tuesday, in St. Bartholomew's church, at Crabtree, the Rev. Father Cuthbert officiating. A wedding breakfast followed, at the home of the bride.
09 Nov 2000 Mary Henry
Latrobe Bulletin Front page
Thursday, March 7, 1918
Mrs. Geo. Noel Dead
Mrs. Elizabeth Noel, wife of Geo. Noel, and a life long resident of Unity township, died at her home, near Crabtree, yesterday afternoon, from a complication of diseases. The deceased was 58 years of age and leaves to survive her, her husband and three children, E. J. Noel, Walter L. Noel and Paul W. Noel, all of Crabtree. Fourteen grandchildren also survive. The funeral services will be held Friday morning at 10 o'clock, in St. Vincent's church, with High Mass of the Requiem. Interment will be made in St. Vincent cemetery.
Mrs George Noel was Elizabeth Gerlack born in Germany on Christmas Day 1859. Although the Noël surname does not
mean Christmas but a person from Noailles, Normandy, France it does mean Christmas in a general sense. She was destined
to be a Noël. They were married June 20 1882.
George S Noel was my Uncle, born in 1860 and died in
when a boy. It was his letter to his grandson
10 Nov 2000 1 email@example.com
This is from a death record book at Greensburg, PA Courthouse.
Noel, Ida, white, female, 19 years, 1 month, 22 days,
Mary Noel-parents, single, birth-Unity Twp., date of
place of death-Unity Twp., cause of death-typhoid fever,
place of interment-St. Vincents, date of internment-Nov.
9, 1895, date
of record-Nov. 28, 1895
19 Nov 2000 Delores Fowler Klaber <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Looking for Margaret Noel who married George Fowler and George Noel who married a Fowler they are all buried in St. Johns Catholic cemetery in Westminster, Md, Carroll County? it would be after 1850 - I can look up the exact dates - I am sure the Noels were from Adams county, Pa.
21 Nov 2000 1 Stang67rag@aol.com
On Agnes Noel I found out that she came from Cocagne, New Brunswick, Canada. I have been intouch with Her
Niece and Nephew who still live in Cocagne.
30 Nov 2000 Stang67rag@aol.com
Lucas (Luc) Noël
Born: 1841, June 2/July 10, Grande-Digue, NB
4.) Philéas Married: Zélica Goguen->??
Born: 1883, Mar. 25/June
Daughter of: ?? & ??
I also have :Lucas's Father: Pierre Joseph Noel Mother: Susan Bellinger
I also have the names of Pierre and Susans Children
I have talked with Gregoire's children and they remember
Lucas's parents. They are helping to get documentation to
03 Dec 2000 gazelle <email@example.com>
My parents are Lise Garand born in ST-Ursule, conté de Maskinongé , Québec. My father Antonin Pelletier born in St-Antonin, Rivieres du Loup they got married 17 dec 1966 in Montreal. The oldest sister of my mom is Gisele Garand born 31 05 1928 ST-Barthélémi de Berthier married 26 10 1946 in St-Ursule with Real Cournoyer
My grand-parents are Marie-Blanche Noel born 4 april 1906, married to my grand father wich is Euclide Garand, married le 15 08 1927 in St-Edouard in Maskinongé.
The parents of my grand father is Alphonse Garand and Hilaria Thibodeau.
So I m looking of the parents of Alfred Noel and Elise
She is from Providence in United States, and It seems than
I cant find
anything about them.
6 Dec 2000 JHarri7295@aol.com
Do you have any information about the following: my Noel ancestor, David, was born in present-day Adams County, circa 1780. He was in the War of 1812, and then moved to Juniata County in central PA, where he died. I don't know his parentage. John Harris
6 Dec 2000 Bamtaylor@aol.com
I'm interested in research on my mother's family. they were Noel's from Adams county. My great grandfather (William Noel) was a blacksmith in Bonniville, PA (not sure of the spelling of the town). He married a woman names Catherine Adams. Many of my relatives still live in the Hanover area.
11 Dec 2000 Alanarnie@aol.com
Magdalena Noel, a daughter of Andrew Noel and Teresa Delone of Menallen Twp, Adams Co., PA. She was one of two daughters of Andrew that did not get their share of his inheritance, rather the shares were to be held by the administrator and paid to them as the need arose. We looked a long time for any marriage information and came up blank in the Conewago Chapel records. Finally at the Adams Co. Historical Society we found a record of civil marriage of Thomas Noel and Magdalena Noel (alias Walter) dated the 5th day of Feb 1801. It was witnessed by two of her brothers, Jacob and John, and a sister Catherine, as well as a future brother-in-law, John Lowestetter, and several others. This raises questions. Who was Thomas Noel? Why "alias Walter?" (Walter was the maiden name of Elizabeth, who married Magdalena's brother, Andrew, Jr.) In such a devout Catholic family, why a civil ceremony? There also is a record in the Adams Co Historical society of
Magdalena Noel's first marriage to Jacob Flaut (1798), with one child Margarita. His death is listed as 1801, and the year of the marriage of Magdalena and Thomas as 1802, in February. The children of Thomas and Magdalena were born in Adams Co. and several are recorded in the Conewago records as being baptized there. Thomas and Magdalena, with most of their 10 children, moved to Cherrytree Twp, Venango Co. sometime after 1821, after their last child was born. In October 1836,
the children of Magdalena Noel petitioned the administrator of Andrew's estate (apparently Magdalena's son-in-law, Sam'l McCreary) to release the balance of her estate to her children, so it would seem that she was deceased at that time.One of Magdalena's daughters, Charlotte, married Otis Green (my GGGrandfather) in 1831. At that time he owned donation land property at Cobbs Corners, Warren Co. a short distance away. We have a full record of their children, and a little bit of information of some of the rest of Charlotte's children. Alan Green
16 Dec 2000 Judy Vincent <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I am currently researching my family’s genealogy. I am having a problem locating information on my great-grandfather who is a Noel. Here is the only information I have at this time:
His name is Alexandre Noel (also known as “Luc”)
He was married on Dec. 10, 1897 to Marie Isola Stelly in Opelousas, Louisiana. However, I think Alexandre may have been born in Canada.
They had the following children:
Eva Noel, born 11/30/1898 (my grandmother)
Numa Noel, born 9/9/1901
Claudia Noel, 5/14/1904
Joseph Aldus Noel, 6/13/1906
Angelina Noel, 1/9/1909
Eleus Noel, 1/19/1912
Viola Noel, 10/24/1914
Anita Noel, 4/11/1920
Inez Noel, date of birth unknown
Unfortunately, I do not have a date of birth on Alexandre
of death. I also do not have the names of his
Any help you can give me is much
The 1880 Pittsburgh, PA Census lists Bissiere Noel born in France about 1845 married to Mary C. also born in France. They have two boys Cass age six and Noel and one girl Allice. All were born in this country. In the 1870 Census a Phillip Noel born in France about 1843 and maybe a brother of Bissiere married Caroline in August of 1869. Caroline was born in Wirtemburg, Germany .http://digital.library.pitt.edu/pittsburgh/
26 Nov 2000 BNoel10673@aol.com
Descendants of Benjamn Noel
- b: Abt. 1800
............................... 4 Mazzie
1878 - b: August 10,
......... 2 Elizabeth Noel 1824 - b: 1824
......... 2 John C. Noel 1825 - 1895 b: 1825 in Amerest Co. Va. d:
Abt. 1895 in Amerest Co. Va.
............. +Amaza Ann Branham b: in Amerest Co. Va. d: in
Amerest Co. Va. m: in Amerest Co. Va.
.................... 3 John Reed Noel 1854 - 1928 b: December 20, 1854
in Amerest Co. Va. d: July 1928 in Amerest Co. Va.
........................ +Fannie Jane Henson 1852 - 1939 b: June 10,
1852 in Amerest Co. Va. d: July 20, 1939 in Amerest Co. Va. m: in Rockbridge
............................... 4 John Reed ll Noel 1883 - 1940 b:November 15, 1883 in Amerest Co. Va. d: January 21, 1940 in Amerest Co.Va.
................................... +Cammie Bell Coleman 1895 - 1978
b: June 13, 1895 in Amerest Co. Va. d: May 29, 1978 in Richmond, Va.
........................................... 5 Mary Francis Noel 1918 -
1940 b: April 16, 1918 in Amerest Co. Va. d: March 08, 1940
............................................... +Earl Southers
........................................... *2nd Husband of Mary Francis
............................................... +Albert Rock
........................................... 5 Sallie Marie Noel 1919 -
1940 b: December 24, 1919 in Covington Va. d: March 08, 1940
............................................... +Steven Burch
...................................................... 6 Carrenza Burch
Noel 1920 - 1997
...................................................... 6 Dusty R. Noel
Noel 1922 -
30 Dec 2000 Member3083@aol.com
Ref: Agnes Noël of New Brunswick, Canada
I came across your webpage on the Noel family history. Within this webpage there were a mention of a Gregoire Goguen, Emelie, etc..
I checked all the godparents you had as Goguens too, and here are some of my results:
Martin Goguen was the son of Hippolyte Goguen and
I have no information for the Goguen married to Michel
Seraphique Hebert was married to Eustache Goguen -born
These godparents were related closely to each other, and
This material was taken from Arcade Goguen's book on the
I don't know if this information will be helpful, but
Joseph Gueguen and Anne Arsenault
Jean-Baptiste Goguen married to Madelaine Thibodeau
3rd Generation from Joseph Goguen/Gueguen
Anselme married to Angelique Hebert (daughter of
Children of Anselme:
Henriette-Nov? 11, 1907, marred Sept 5, 1828 Joseph
4 th Generation from Joseph Goguen:
Gregoire, (Anselme and Angelique Hebert, Jean-Baptiste, Joseph),
Married Jan 18 1837 to Collette Thibodeau, daughter of
Children of Gregoire:
Basile-born Mar 19, 1840
02 Jan 2001 email@example.com
I know Peter Noel's daughter Catherine married Sebastian Weis/Wise. I'm not sure if Sebastian's father was named Caspar Jr. or Sebastian. I believe Sebastian and Catherine's daughter Philppina married John Noel, but I'm not sure who his parents were!
10 Jan 2001 firstname.lastname@example.org
NEED YOUR HELP!
Please contact me if you connect to, or have information regarding the following ancestors:
Oliver H. P. NOEL, Elizabeth NOEL, Peter OLIVER, and Levi OLIVER.
I'm also seeking information about the connection of the
PRICE, OLIVER, BROYLES, and STOVALL to the
NOEL line. These
persons are found in the early 1800's in Virginia,
again in Missouri. It's possible they were in North
Kentucky as well.....? Need names, dates, places,
Documentation or source would be nice too but I'm grateful
anything I can get! Thank you for your
21 Jan 2001 "ROY BRIERE" <BRIERRW@gwsmtp.nu.com>
My grandmothers name was the Eulalie Noel who married Telesphore Briere. They bore Leopold Telesphore Briere (my dad) who married Marie Jeanette Gamache, a son Thomas (wife Zelda), daughters Rose ( husband-Arthur Provenche), Lucille( Husband-Gene Briar) , (another son I believe adopted) Gaston Briere, and another son that was lost in Canada somewhere. Mr.Leopold Telesphore Briere & (wife-Phyllis Damour) live in Tucson Az and are trying to put together the geneology of the Briere name. Let me know and I can place in contact.
27 Jan 2001 Dominic <email@example.com>
Sarah Ann Noel of Cambria County, PA, the wife of John G. Glass who moved with his family to Howard Co, Iowa
Related people NOEL, GLASS, MILLER, WALTER, CUHN, WILSON, KANE, DILLON,
Also mentioned in documents: : DELOZIER, YAHUEN, KIRKPATRICK, WEAKLEN, BROWN,
Carol Glass Vass has been able to show that her paternal
Sarah Ann NOEL of Cambria County, PA, was
29 Jan 2001 "Joe Huber" <JRH1147@dcccd.edu>
I have a NOEL married to HUBER in Cambria Co. PA......
then my mother was Marion Leona DILLON (d. of Edwin Dillon and Lena .........) married to Anthony Augustin HUBER (s.
of Vincent Huber and Josephine .......) of Cambria Co. PA.
I believe Adams County must have been split at some time part became some of Cambria County. All of my grandparents
lived in Patton, Cambria Co. PA at the time of their death.
My Dillon line starts with the Strasbaugh line from research I have seen from someone else.
29 Jan 2001 Balfourfamily@webtv.net (Beverley Estlinbaum)
Do you have a Tom Noel living in Oklahoma in the 1920's
1 Feb 2001 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
My grandfather, Thomas Jerry Noel, was the youngest in his family and he died in 1950. I do believe that Abraham came from Adams County or Taneytown,MD to Westmoreland (where he probably married Mary Magdalene Ruffner). There they had at least two children, Mary Barbara and Daniel, who is my gr-gr grandfather. They then moved to Cambria County. Daniel married Veronica Burke and they had at least 14 children. Their son, Samuel William, was my gr-grandfather. He married Rebecca Earnest and they had 12 children. Their youngest son, Thomas Jerry, marrried Evelyn McMullen and they also had twelve children. Their second child, Manulita Marie, is my mother. My grandmother was a teacher at Mt. Aloysius School for girls in Cresson Pa. The nuns there had taken in a young Philipina girl named Manulita. Story has it that my grandmother so loved the name that she named her daughter after the little orphan girl.
5 Feb 2001 "Noel, William P" <email@example.com>
It seems that I may be related to you in some distant way. I am related Pacidus J Noel. Paul Noel son of Hillary Noel, son of David Noel son of John Noel and the brother Placidus J Noel.
William Noel son of Paul Noel of the Westmoreland County,
12 Feb 2001 firstname.lastname@example.org
Frank C. Noel died at his home in , Irwin, PA this morning, at 4 o'clock. He had been ill with pneumonia for a week. Mr. Noel was raised in Latrobe. He is survived by his widow, three daughters and two sons and the following sister and brothers: Mrs. Stephen Dowd, of Boston, Mass.; Dr.Joseph E. Noel, of Wilkinsburg; Charles, of Latrobe; Richard, of Latrobe, and Emanuel. Funeral services will probably be held on Friday.
25 Feb 2001 Hentemann@aol.com
I am look for my cousin Daniel Lee Noell from originally cincinnati born in dec 1963. Do you know him??
6 Mar 2001 email@example.com
My name is Vincent Noel. I was browsing through your Noel family page and found Peter Noel's name. (the native american)
He was my great grandfather, and I have a small addition. His wife Lorinda's maiden name was Bohanon and she died in 1895 est. My father Wayne Noel has tried to trace our family back but can only go back as far as Peter.
07 Mar 2001 Don Williams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
What I am interested in is an Ellen Noel, b. 1769 in Lancaster, PA who married Christopher Slonaker in abt. 1785 in Winchester, VA. I think her father was Johannes and mother was Margaret ?? This is about all I know of her. If you have
anything, please let me know. Also, I noticed you had Runion as one of your families. My mother was a Runion and the earliest that I have is Charles L. Runion/Runyon, b.either 1825 or 1841 in OH somewhere. He married a Mary M. Sanders in 1858. She is listed on her fathers census list in 1860, but there is no Charles.
22 Mar 2001 Teresa Clendinneng <email@example.com>
I just recently found out that my ancestor was Theresa Noel who married David Warren. Theresa was born Abt. 1796 and the daughter of Andrew and Theresa Noel.
1 Andrew Noel
.. +Theresa ? Father: Mother:
.... 2 Theresa Noel b: Abt. 1796 in Menallen Twp., York, PA
........ +David Warren b: Abt. 1790 in Menallen Twp., York, PA m: 02
Oct 1810 in Conewago Twp., Adams, PA Father: Frederick Warren Mother:
.... 2 Barbara Noel b: 1783
19 Mar 2001 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Phillippe NOEL Birth: Abt. 1853 of Quebec City, Quebec, Quebec
Spouse: Delia Philomene EMOND Marriage: 6 Jan 1878
Father: Antoine NOEL, Mother: Elizabeth Henriette SEBASTIEN
Source Information: FHC Film Number: 1903562 and 1903770
Children: Delia Maria, Blanche and Elorna
2 Apr 2001 <email@example.com>
I have been searching for Joseph Noel and his son Johannes, who emigrated to York County, PA. All I have found is their birth dates (1680 and 1722 respectively). Am I on the right track here with your information? Thanks, wendy noel frederick
04 Apr 2001 "Kenneth Noel" <KennethSNoel@bankunited.com>
I am a Noel of African American decent! As far as I can tell I think that this line originates in Hati, and was moved to
Louisiana. How would I be able to verify that?
4 Apr 2001 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
My great grandfather was Mathias Noel (1876-1955) married to Anna Weitz (1880-1944). May be descended from John and Marion Noel. Do you have any information that may help me trace them? Alicia Noel Oxenhorn
Fri, 20 Apr 2001 "wendy" <email@example.com>
I'm having trouble with one connection. It is John Noel and Mary Reeves. I found them in the 1850 census (19 and 17 respectively) and living in his familys home, Lynn Twp. Posey County, Indiana. After this I can't seem to locate anything. I checked marriage records, censuses and other surname sites. My grandmothers tree said their children were
The records for the French Cemetery say
Thomas (died at 15)
Albert died as an infant
daughter died as an infant
Essie died as an infant
Aaron died as an infant
Jennie V. Died at 2
The trouble is, Margaret is supposed to be my great great grandmother. I can't find a Margaret Noel married to Noah(or
Enoch) McFadden anywhere. Have you seen those names in your searches? Any clues would be appreciated!
24 Apr 2001 "nroberts" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I have Mary Jane Nole(Noel) married Charles M Wilson on Oct 27 1850 in Pike Co., Ohio. They moved to Freeport, Stephenson Co., Illinois by 1855 where Mary Ellen Wilson was born. They then moved to Wellman, Washington Co., Iowa by 1878 where Mary Ellen married. Death cert for Mary Ellen Noel Wilson states her parents were both born in Ohio. But the only census I have seen so far that may be their household in Stephenson Co., Ill is 1860 census and lists them born in Ireland. Maybe not right household for them in census.Can anyone recognize this family. They are my direct line of ancestors so I sure would like to know more of them.
1 May 2001 Pinky8Fox@aol.com
Jacob Null was born abt.1775 and died before 1840. He married Elizabeth Graham August 30, 1803, in Sumner County, Tennessee. He is my ggggrandfather and we have the line down from him--but have no idea whom his parents were! Would like to find both his and her parents. Thank you. Margaret
21 May 2001 Mfgingras@aol.com
I'm interested in knowing if have you have any information on the Noel's of Williamstown, MA. Peter m Guestine Noel 16 Jan 1849 in Lacolle, PQ. Peter's parents were Charles and Theotiste Champoux and Guestine's parents were Alexandre and Flavie Beausoliel. They have several children, Cassimere, Edgar and Moses that I know of and possibly more. Peter moved with his family to Williamstown, MA along with his brother and other family members to work as masons on the college. Does this
family sound familiar? I would love to hear from you if you can shed some light on the families in Williamstown.
Kind Regards, Peg
28 May 2001 "para1dise" <email@example.com>
My Mother and her sister were born in the village of Czated, Hungary (1906 & 1908) Their Father was -Noel, mother Helena. He came to Amer. sometime between 1908-1913- imm. to Penn. and was never heard from again. My Grandmother came over to find him- unsuccessful- and finally saved enough for her girls to come over in 1913- on the Amerika-which sailed from Hamburg, Germany and arrived at Ellis Island December 20, 1913. Years later, my aunt tried to find her father, and it's been said he was located in Penn. remarried with six more children. All parties are now deceased- and since I am now a 7l year old grandmother of nine, I would like to find more about my side of the Noel family. Thank you for any help you can give me. Phyllis.
12 Jun 2001 Nancy Petersen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I found a William T. Noel listed in 1850 Census index for Wood Co OH. Other William Noel names are in 1860 census for
Paulding Co, Seneca Co.(Bloom Twp, near Tiffin) and 1850 Scioto Co and Tuscarawas Co. I did find a William P. Noel in Civil War soldiers list for H Co 21st Inf. ,enl. 21 yrs old, then looks like a re-enlistment to E Co 49th Reg OH.
My g-grandfather's brother Joseph ELDER also enlisted in
from Wood Co OH. G-grandfather Josiah ELDER enlisted in
179th OH, and
Martin in 34th OH Piatt's Zouaves.
17 Jun 2001 email@example.com
INJURIES FATAL FOR AUTO WRECK VICTIM Was Former Bradenville Resident
William A. Noel, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Noel, of 1015
Duquene, died yesterday as the result of injuries received
accident which occurred Tuesday evening. Mr. Noel who was
42 years of
formerly resided in Bradenville and had many friends
living in this
Relatives here received word of his death this morning.
June 19, 2001 firstname.lastname@example.org
My gr,gr father was John F. Noel born in PA. July 1, 1857 and married Margery Murray from Ireland. I'm unsure of the date of marriage. However he died on August 27th 1945 in Buffalo N.Y. Margery was born March 8th, 1865 in Ireland died March 10th, 1916 in Buffalo N.Y. This is all I have other that he was of the Catholic faith. Karen
July 2, 2001 CarolVass@comcast.net
The following are some NOEL names buried in St. Ignatius Church in the Buchanan Valley in Adams Co, PA.
Source: “St. Ignatius R. C. Church, Buchanan Valley: Part C, Section 1, Burials” Notebook F-8, Adams County Historical Society, Gettysburg, PA. Carol Vass
Noel, Andrew; age 86, d. 1821; no stone
30 Jun 2001 Webrene1@aol.com
The British used the ships at Wallabout Bay, later the site of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, for naval prisoners on this side of the
Atlantic. The prisoners included men captured on American privateers, merchant ships, French, Spanish, and Dutch vessels.
After April 1780, the Jersey was the receiving ship where names were entered into records. A William Noel was one of the Prisoners.
8 Jul 2001 email@example.com
From the records at the Courthouse, Westmoreland County, PA
Joseph Noel Deceased. "Be it remembered that on the 14th day of November A.D.1839 Letters of Administration on the estate of Joseph Noel late of the township of Mount Pleasant Westmoreland County, PAdeceased, were granted to Joseph Griffin he having given bond in $100.00 for the faithful performance of the same.
I T.Shuelt Newill & George Acheson, Sureties. Admrs sworn before Jacob S.Steck Regr."
This was the father of George Noel who went to South
Noel's who went to Iowa in 1835 from Westmoreland
It is believed that this line, although not documented, traces back to Blasius Noel of Taneytown , MD and Peter and Joseph Noel of Adams/York County, PA who came from Europe in 1736
Looking for information on any of these people including
9 Jul 2001 KimmiP135248358@aol.com
Do you have anything on a Sarah Ann Elizabeth Margret Noel born 1827 in Virginia? She was married to a William Woods abt 1847 in Lee County, Va. Kim Watson
9 Jul 2001 VFW2615@aol.com
My grandfather, Eugene Noel, whom I never met, came to the U.S. from Belgium in 1874 and settled in Abbeville Louisiana in Vermilion Parish. His parents names are Jacques Noel and Victoire Nablom, from Belgium. Could there be any connection to those Noel's that settled in the Northern states or to some of those that came to the U.S. from Canada? Leos L. de Angury
9 Jul 2001 CarolVass@comcast.net
On my recent genealogy trip to Adams Co, PA, I found that William NOEL m. Anne Bridget Griffee [or Bridget Anne Griffee] between 1841 when his 1st wife died and 1845, when their daughter was baptised -- both events in Adams Co, PA. William/Bridget moved to Cambria Co, PA by 1850 and on that census, Anne Bridget is shown as born in Ireland ~1808. I think there were some GRIFFEE/GRIFFINs in Adams Co, PA prior to 1840s, but haven't been able to connect Bridget in any of those families yet. Wm. NOEL/Bridget GRIFFEE's daughter Sarah NOEL m. John George GLASS in 1864 in Cambria Co, PA and then they moved to Howard Co, IA -- a completely different migration from your IOWA Noels, but just wanted to check in case there is some obscure GRIFFEE/GRIFFIN connection here.
24 Jul 2001 "Chip Kessler" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I HAVE A SUSAN CECILLA NOEL, BORN 29 MAR 1837, DERRY TWP, WESTMORELAND CTY, PA. SHE DIED 15 APR 1914, ROCK ISLAND, IL.
I NOTE YOU HAVE A SUSAN AND CECILLA AS SISTERS, BOTH BORN 1837 AS CHILDREN OF JACOB NOEL. OUR SUSAN IS A DEAD END, AND THE INFORMATION WE HAVE MAY BE INCORRECT.
HERE IS PENNY'S FILE FOR YOUR INFO: