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261. John Noble (Married Lydia Bush (262), daughter of Ebenezer Bush (#523) of Westfield on 10 July 1735, and later married Elizabeth Remmington [daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth (Dudley) Remmington] on 28 August 1746). The source for the green information is History and Genealogy of the Family of Thomas Noble of Westfield, Massachusetts: with Genealogical Notes of Other Families by the Name of Noble,Compiled by Lucius M. Boltwood, Hartford Conn. 1878, p. 508.

 

Born: 21 December 1706 of Mark Noble (521) & Mercy or Mary Marshall (522) in Westfield, Massachusetts.

Died: 3 March 1776 at Southwick, Massachusetts.

 

[His siblings included:

Noah Noble: Born: 5 March 1699. Died: 7 October 1703 at the age of 4.

Mary Noble: (Married: John Barber by intention published 20 September 1735) Born: 20 December 1701 in Westfield, Massachusetts. Died: unknown.

Abigail Noble: (Married: Jonathan Miller on 9 January 1729) Born: 7 July 1704 at Westfield, Massachusetts. Died: ?.

Miriam Noble: (Married: Ebenezer Bush [son of Ebenezer Bush, brother of Lydia Bush] in Westfield Church 23 June 1735) Born: 4 January 1710 in Westfield, Massachusetts. Died: 14 December 1753 in Westfield, Massachusetts, aged 43; She joined Westfield Church, 19 March 1727, but was cut off as a Separate, 5 September 1750. Miriam and Ebenezer had five children: Hannah, Ruth, Mary, Ebenezer, and Stephen.

Noah Noble: (Married: Sarah Barber 17 January 1737 ) Born: 23 May 1713 in Westfield, Massachusetts. Died: in or about 1781 , at the age of about 68.] The source for the green information is History and genealogy of the family of Thomas Noble of Westfield, Massachusetts: with genealogical notes of other families, p. 508. The source for the purple information is James Cox Brady and his ancestry, by Louis Effingham De Forest, New York: De Forest Publishing Co., 1933 p. 343.

 

Miscellaneous Information:

"John Noble was born at Westfield, Massachusetts, December 21, 1706. In or about 1734, he removed to that part of Westfield which became, in 1770, Southwick, Massachusetts, where he was one of the first settlers. He married, on July 10, 1735, Lydia Bush, who was born March 5, 1711, at Westfield. She united with the Westfield church on April 11, 1736, and died before August, 1746. On August 28, 1746, Noble married, as his second wife, Elizabeth Remmington, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth (Dudley) Remmington, who was born at Suffield, then in Massachusetts, now in Connecticut, August 22, 1718. She survived her husband and, after his death in 1776, she married, by intention published on February 6, 1778, Jonathan Remmington, of Suffield. She died August 2, 1791, at the age of seventy-three.

Noble, with his first wife, joined the Westfield church on April 11, 1736, but he became a Separate, and was cut off from membership on September 5, 1750. He later preached to the Separate Society at Westfield, but after their meeting house had been taken down in or about 1775, he joined the Baptist Church at Suffield.

John Noble's will was made March 20, 1771. In it he named his wife, Elizabeth, and his sons, Josiah (#131), Eli, John, Amos, and Timothy, and his daughters, Elizabeth Loomis, and Eunice. He died at Southwick, Massachusetts, March 3, 1776, at the age of seventy-four." Source: James Cox Brady and his ancestry, by Louis Effingham De Forest, New York: De Forest Publishing Co., 1933 p. 344.