Robert Noble

(27 September 1609 - )
     Robert Noble was christened on 27 September 1609 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of Rev William Noble and Catherine Newcome.

Robert Noble

(25 July 1680 - before 15 June 1681)
     Robert Noble was christened on 25 July 1680 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of John Noble and Frances Nunn.
     Robert died before 15 June 1681 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk, England. He was buried on 15 June 1681 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk.

Robert Noble

(28 September 1775 - )
     Robert Noble was christened on 28 September 1775 in Fakenham Magna, Suffolk. He was the son of John Noble and Elizabeth Kendall.

Sarah Noble

(4 May 1803 - )
     Sarah Noble was christened on 4 May 1803 in Bardwell, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Noble and Elizabeth Watson.

Sarah Noble

(22 July 1772 - )
     Sarah Noble was christened on 22 July 1772 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Jeremiah Noble and Mary Sparrow or Sparham.

Sarah Noble

     Sarah Noble was born in Bardwell, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Noble.
     Sarah Noble married John Clutterham on 3 April 1774 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. She was of Bardwell..

Sarah Noble

(8 November 1792 - )
     Sarah Noble was christened on 8 November 1792 in Roydon, Norfolk. She was the daughter of Mark Noble and Elizabeth Copelin.

Sarah Noble (Bull)

(4 September 1735 - after 1753)
     Sarah Noble (Bull) was christened on 4 September 1735 in Rickinghall Inferior, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Thomas Noble and Mary Gardner.
     Sarah died after 1753 in Suffolk, England.

Sparrow Noble

(27 March 1746 - before 27 June 1748)
     Sparrow Noble was christened on 27 March 1746 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of Thomas Noble and Alice Sparrow.
     Sparrow died before 27 June 1748 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was buried on 27 June 1748 in Gt Livermere.

Susan Noble

(15 November 1795 - )
     Susan Noble was christened on 15 November 1795 in Bardwell, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Noble and Elizabeth Watson.
     Susan Noble married George Addison on 16 June 1816 in Bardwell, Suffolk.

Susanna Noble

(7 April 1750 - )
     Susanna Noble was christened on 7 April 1750 in Bardwell, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Noble.
     Susanna Noble married William Barton on 5 December 1774 in Bardwell, Suffolk.

Child of Susanna Noble

Susanna Noble

(15 January 1787 - )
     Susanna Noble was christened on 15 January 1787 in Fakenham Magna, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Noble and Elizabeth Kendall.

Susanna Noble

     Susanna Noble was the daughter of Augustine Noble and Anne Harvy?

Thomas Noble

(10 April 1726 - before 5 January 1812)
     Thomas Noble was christened on 10 April 1726 in Walsham le Willows, Suffolk. He was the son of William Noble and Sarah Rumbelow.
     Thomas Noble married Mary Duffield on 16 June 1751 in Diss, Norfolk. Thomas Noble was an agricultural labourer.
     Thomas died before 5 January 1812 in Thelnetham, Suffolk. He was buried on 5 January 1812 in Thelnetham. Thomas Noble, a widower aged 93 years, pauper.

Children of Thomas Noble and Mary Duffield

Thomas Noble

(17 July 1700 - )
     Thomas Noble was christened on 17 July 1700 in Stowlangtoft, Suffolk. He was the son of William Noble and Elizabeth Parfray.
     Thomas Noble married Mary Gardner on 7 April 1729 in Rickinghall Inferior, Suffolk.

Children of Thomas Noble and Mary Gardner

Thomas Noble

(1642 - )
     Thomas Noble was christened in 1642 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of William Noble and Elizabeth Frances. Thomas died in infancy.

Thomas Noble

(21 November 1673 - 1 June 1722)
     Thomas Noble was christened on 21 November 1673 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of John Noble and Frances Nunn.
     He continued to farm at Gt Livermere, possibly continuing to live in the farmhouse, then owned by William, and buying the four acre field 'Fox Grove', which was adjacent to the farmhouse; then at a later date, after 1710 buying the house and its site from his half-brother William, The farm prospered and he was able to buy more land duirng the 17 years he owned the farm.
     Thomas Noble married Dorothy Crosby on 23 April 1704 in Ingham, Suffolk.
     In John Noble's will dated 22 August 1705 in Gt Livermere, Thomas Noble was named as executor of the estate.
     Thomas was registered on the 1710 electoral roll.
     Thomas Noble made a will in Gt Livermere. Extract of the will of Thomas Noble of Gt Livermere 1722: being weak & sick but of sound mind leave my house and land to my son Thomas and to my son John Noble the land which was John Nunns. My wife Dorothy to be my sole executor.
     Thomas died on 1 June 1722 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk, aged 48. South of the nave in Gt Livermere church: Thomas Noble, died 1st June 1722 aged 48 years. He was buried on 4 June 1722 in Gt Livermere.
     His will was proved in 1722.

Children of Thomas Noble and Dorothy Crosby

Thomas Noble

(3 April 1707 - 8 July 1752)
     Thomas Noble was christened on 3 April 1707 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of Thomas Noble and Dorothy Crosby.
     In Thomas Noble's will in Gt Livermere, Thomas Noble was named as heir; Extract of the will of Thomas Noble of Gt Livermere 1722: being weak & sick but of sound mind leave my house and land to my son Thomas and to my son John Noble the land which was John Nunns. My wife Dorothy to be my sole executor.
     He was elected one of the town trustees in 1732.
     Thomas Noble married Alice Sparrow on 2 October 1733 in Lt Livermere, Suffolk.
     Thomas died on 8 July 1752 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk, aged 45. South of the nave in Gt Livermere church: Thomas son of Thomas and Dorothy Noble, died 8th July 1752 aged 45 years. He was buried on 11 July 1752 in Gt Livermere.
     His will was proved in 1752 at Gt Livermere. Extract from the will of Thomas Noble of Gt Livermere, 1752: to my beloved wife Alice ... to John my son ... my son Mark ... for the support of my children ... to be divided equally ... except my son John or whoever of my children shall be entitled to my real estate shall have no part of my personal estate ...

Children of Thomas Noble and Alice Sparrow

Thomas Noble

(2 September 1736 - before 26 October 1736)
     Thomas Noble was christened on 2 September 1736 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of Thomas Noble and Alice Sparrow.
     Thomas died before 26 October 1736 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was buried on 26 October 1736 in Gt Livermere.

Thomas Noble

(3 September 1741 - )
     Thomas Noble was christened on 3 September 1741 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of Thomas Noble and Alice Sparrow.
     Thomas Noble married Tabitha Ward on 30 November 1766 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk, England. Thomas Noble was buried on 2 April 1824 in Gt Livermere. Which Thomas? His age (88) fits his brother Thomas who died an infant.

Thomas Noble

(5 January 1794 - )
     Thomas Noble was born on 16 December 1793 in Bury St Edmunds. He was christened on 5 January 1794 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was the son of William Noble and Susan Purkis/Purcas.

Thomas Noble

(2 February 1740/41 - )
     Thomas Noble was christened on 2 February 1740/41 in Diss, Norfolk. He was the son of William Noble and Esther Francis.

Thomas Noble

(before 1584 - )
     Thomas Noble was born before 1584 in Sapiston, Suffolk. He was the son of Richard Noble.

Thomas Noble

(3 December 1752 - )
     Thomas Noble was christened on 3 December 1752 in Thelnetham, Suffolk. He was the son of Thomas Noble and Mary Duffield.
     Thomas Noble married Ann Fisher on 20 September 1774 in Bresssingham. He made his mark, but she could sign.      
Thomas Noble claimed settlement at Bressingham on 30 December 1775 from Coney Weston, Suffolk.

Thomas Noble

     Thomas Noble married Ann Unknown in Suffolk.

Children of Thomas Noble and Ann Unknown

Thomas Noble jr

     Feoffment (chirograph) 4 Oct 1421: Fine armorial seal of William Clopton, 4 other seals, 2 of them incomplete.
Contents:
1. William Clopton, esq.
Nicholas Drury, esq.
James Andrew
William Galyon
William Copanger, parson of Buxhale [Buxhall] church
Thomas Pepir
William Rowe, parson of Tostok [Tostock] church
Nicholas Webster, parson of Beketone [Bacton] church
John Taillour, parson of Wrydewell [Wordwell] church
Thomas Noble jun. of Beketone
2. Roger Drury, son of John Drury of Magna Lyuermere [Great Livermere]
(1) to (2), all lands and tenements which Roger Drury, kt, formerly purchased from Nicholas Bryghtene in Tostok; to hold to (2) and heirs of his body lawfully begotten, of chief lords of fees by accustomed services; for defect of such issue, reversion to (1). Witnesses: Richard Herberd, John Randolf, William Lenyz, Ralph Tilly, Robert Fullere, John Barkere, John Fyssh of Tostok and others. Given at Tostok, 4 Oct. 9 Hen.V.

Walter Noble

(circa 1470 - before 1 March 1540/41)
     Walter Noble was born circa 1470 in Suffolk. He was the son of Walter? Noble.
     Walter Noble married an unknown person circa 1510 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk.      
Walter Noble paid 1/6 tax on 3 pounds in goods in 1524/25 in Gt Livermere.
     Walter Noble married secondly Margery Unknown (Corraye) circa 1530 in Suffolk. They had issue. Walter was a farmer in Gt Livermere.
     Walter died before 1 March 1540/41 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was buried on 1 March 1540/41 in Gt Livermere.

Children of Walter Noble

Child of Walter Noble and Margery Unknown (Corraye)

Walter? Noble

(before 1440 - 1470)
     Alan Noble, farmer of Horringer and Katherine his wife, each paid 1 shilling Poll tax in 1381.
     Alan Noble, of Horringer & Saxham was referred to in a deed in 1426. Walter? Noble was born before 1440 in Suffolk. He was the son of John Noble.
     Title Deed dated 20 August 1468: Seals: red wax: 1. T? surmounted by a crown. 2. R surmounted by a crown with foliage. 3. 'W' surmounted by a crown. 4. I B monogram.
Contents:
At Little Saxham
(i) Roger Page of Risby; Ralph Otlee, William Otlee and Walter Noble, all of Little Saxham
To (ii) Ralph Holdernesse, clerk, Henry Noble of Little Saxham, and Thomas Knyght and John Hill, both of Little Saxham.
Grant of a piece of land (1a.) in Little Saxham between land of the rectory of Great Saxham W. and land of the rector of Little Saxham E., abutting N. on land late of Thomas Hethe and S. on Bery weye, being land lately held by (i), with other lands, of the feoffment of the said Ralph Holdernesse, son and heir of William Holdernesse, late of Little Saxham, then deceased.
To hold to (ii) and their heirs, of the chief lords.
Witnesses: Ralph Toppesfeld, esq; John Fuller; Richard Oversooth; Robert Ilger; John Humfrey.
     Walter? died in 1470 in Gt Horningsheath, Suffolk.
     His will was proved in 1470. Walter Noble of Horringer & Little Saxham was referred to in a deed in 1468, also Walterus Noble of Hornyggesherth Magna (Horinger) will was proved 1470. The will is difficult to read and relationships are unproven.

Child of Walter? Noble

William Noble

(28 June 1662 - before 30 March 1725)
     William Noble was christened on 28 June 1662 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of John Noble and Elizabeth Ward?
     William Noble married Elizabeth Parfray, daughter of Richard Parfray and Elizabeth Unknown, on 25 July 1688 in Stowlangtoft.
     He moved to Stowlangtoft probably before, or at the time of, his first marriage and had 12 children baptised there. He was trustee of Gt Livermere town lands from 1692 till his death, also he is mentioned by name in the trustees records when the land was let in 1708. William with his two boys in 1707 was paid 20/- for thatching the church and Bell House at Langham, and as a landowner he voted in the parliamentary elections (poll) at Stowlangtoft in 1710. None of the children of William and Elizabeth remained at Stowlangtoft. No will found.
Langham churchyard book 1674-1758 (Ipswich Record Office FL599/5/2) has two references to Will. Noble thatching the church and bell house in 1707.
     William Noble and Thomas Noble, Elizabeth Noble and Richard Noble were beneficiaries in John Noble's will dated 22 August 1705 in Gt Livermere. William was a thatcher in 1707, in Stowlangtoft.
     William was registered at Gt Livermere, on the 1710 electoral roll. After inheriting the house and land at Gt Livermere, William, now a landowner, was able to vote. Some time later he sold the house and land to his half-brother Thomas Noble.
     Some time later he sold the house and land to his half-brother Thomas.
     William Noble married Sarah Jackson on 6 May 1716 in Stowlangtoft, Suffolk. He had no issue by his second wife.
     William died before 30 March 1725 in Stowlangtoft, Suffolk. He was buried on 30 March 1725 in Stowlangtoft.

Children of William Noble and Elizabeth Parfray

William Noble

(4 December 1690 - before 3 September 1744?)
     William Noble was christened on 4 December 1690 in Stowlangtoft, Suffolk. He was the son of William Noble and Elizabeth Parfray.
     William Noble married Sarah Rumbelow on 29 May 1713 in Sapiston, Suffolk.
     William died before 3 September 1744? In Walsham le Willows, Suffolk, England. He was buried on 3 September 1744? In Walsham le Willows.      
William Noble claimed settlement at Settlement certificate William Noble, Sarah his wife and family, Thornham Magna on 10 April 1753 from Gisllingham, Suffolk.

Children of William Noble and Sarah Rumbelow