Helen Margaret Boyd Noad

(September 1843 - )
     Helen Margaret Boyd Noad's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1843 in Rode, Frome RD, Somerset. She was the daughter of Henry Minchin Noad and Charlotte Jane Noad.

Helen Martha Noad

(December 1846 - )
     Helen Martha Noad's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1846 in Kingston upon Hull, Sculcoates RD, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of George Frederic Noad and Jane Fuller. Maria, Helen, George and Charles were listed as the children of George Frederic Noad in the 1851 census in Grammar School, Holbourne. Helen was listed as the daughter of George Frederic Noad in the 1861 census in Gilberts House, Aston Tirrold, Berkshire. George F Noad 48 clergyman (no cure) born Road, Somerset & Jane 36, Clergyman's wife, born AstonTirrold and their daughter Helen M aged 11, born Hull, Yks were visitors in the household of Martha? Fuller, widow, 72, fundholder, born Aston Tirrold.

Henry Carden Noad

(December 1841 - 22 April 1908)
     Henry Carden Noad was also known as Harry in records. He's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1841 in Rode or Nth Bradley, Westbury RD, Somerset. He was the son of Henry Minchin Noad and Charlotte Jane Noad. Henry Carden Noad was listed as the nephew of George Frederic Noad in the 1851 census in Grammar School, Holbourne. Henry were listed as the children of Henry Minchin Noad in the 1871 census in Hereford Rd, Paddington, Middlesex.
     Henry Carden Noad married Caroline White Dixon on 20 June 1872 in All Saints, Kensington, London. Henry Carden Naod, surgeon, of Norwood, son of Henry Minchin Noad, gent.
     Henry Carden Noad and Caroline White Dixon appeared on the 1881 census in 6 Brighton Villas, Chesham Lodge, Norwood, St Mary Lambeth, Surrey. Henry Carden Noad, head, 39, Lic R C Phys of L Mem of RCS Phys & Sur. born Road, near Bath, Somerset; his wife Caroline W, 34, born St Geo W, London, Condition Med. I; son Edward Carden 6, Arthur C 5, E y G 2, Humphrey C 1, all born at (Lower?) Norwood; Edward Wm Lingtam??. visitor, married 66, Rector of Stanford, Worcs, born Stanford Worcs, two nurses and a housemaid.
     Henry Carden Noad and Caroline White Dixon appeared on the 1891 census in 335 Norwood Rd, Norwood, St Mary Lambeth, Surrey. Henry Carden Noad, 49, Physician and surgeon (regt?), born Road, Somerset, his wife Caroline White Noad, 43, born St George London, children Edward Carden 16, Arthur Carden 15, Evelyn Gunthorpe 12, Humphrey Christopher 112, Isabel Mary 9, Violet Gladys 8, all scholars born Norwood.
     Henry died on 22 April 1908 in Middlesex, aged 66.
     The administration of his estate was granted on 25 April 1908 He was of 16 Waldemar Avenue, Ealing, Mdx. Admon granted to Caroline White Noad, widow, Effects £15. 12s. 6d.

Children of Henry Carden Noad and Caroline White Dixon

Henry Minchin Noad

(22 June 1815 - 23 July 1877)
     Henry Minchin Noad was born on 22 June 1815 in Shawford, Rode, Near Frome, Somerset. He was the son of Humphrey Minchin Noad and Maria Hunn. Henry Minchin Noad was christened on 3 December 1816 in St Lawrence, Rode. Henry was a professor of chemistry. Wikipedia states: He was educated at Frome grammar school, and was intended for the civil service in India, but the untimely death of his patron, William Huskisson, caused a change in his career, and he commenced the study of chemistry and electricity. About 1836 he delivered lectures on these subjects at the literary and scientific institutions of Bath and Bristol.
He next examined the peculiar voltaic conditions of iron and bismuth[1], described some properties of the water battery, and elucidated that curious phenomenon the passive state of iron. In 1845 he came to London, and studied chemistry under August Wilhelm Hofmann, in the newly founded Royal College of Chemistry. While with Hofmann he made researches on the oxidation of cymol or cymene, the hydro-carbon which Gerhardt and Cahours discovered in 1840 in the volatile oil of Roman cumin. The results were in part communicated to the Chemical Society[2] at the time, and more fully afterwards to the Philosophical Magazine, 1848, xxxii. 15–35.
Among other organic products, legumine and vitelline also formed materials for his investigations. In 1847 he was appointed to the chair of chemistry in the medical school of St. George's Hospital, which he held till his death. About 1849 he obtained the degree of doctor of physics from the university of Giessen, and in 1850–1 conducted, conjointly with Henry Gray, an inquiry into the composition and functions of the spleen. The essay resulting from this investigation gained the Astley Cooper prize of 1852.
He next experimented on the chemistry of iron, and in 1860 contributed the article ‘Iron’ to Robert Hunt's edition of ‘Ure's Dictionary.’ This led to his appointment as consulting chemist to the Ebbw Vale Iron Company, the Cwm Celyn and Blaina, the Aberdare and Plymouth, and other ironworks in South Wales. In 1866 he became examiner of malt liquors to the India office, and in 1872 an examiner in chemistry and physics at the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich. When the Panopticon of Science and Arts in Leicester Square was opened in 1854, he was appointed instructor in chemistry there. On 5 June 1856 he was elected a fellow of the Royal Society.
In 1839 he published A Course of Eight Lectures on Electricity, Galvanism, Magnetism, and Electro-Magnetism, which became a recognised text-book, passing through four editions; in 1857 it gave place to A Manual of Electricity in two volumes, which was long a standard book. In 1848 he wrote a valuable treatise on Chemical Manipulation and Analysis, Qualitative and Quantitative, for the Library of Useful Knowledge, and re-wrote in 1875 A Normandy's Commercial Handbook of Chemical Analysis, a volume which meets the wants of the analyst while discharging his duties under the Adulteration Act
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     Henry Minchin Noad married Charlotte Jane Noad on 3 July 1839 in St Lawrence, Rode, Frome RD, Somerset. They were probably cousins.
     Henry Minchin Noad and Charlotte Jane Noad appeared on the 1841 census in Upper St, North Bradley, Southwick, Wiltshire. Henry Noad, aged 25, dyer, Charlotte Noad, 25, neither born in the county, with a female servant.
     Henry Minchin Noad and Charlotte Jane Noad appeared on the 1871 census in Hereford Rd, Paddington, Middlesex. Henry M Noad, 55, Doctor of Philosophy born Road, Someset; his wife Charlotte J, 55, born Road, Somerset, children Henry C, student of medicine, 29, born North Bradley, Wilts; Helen M, 27, born Road, Somerset; Sebastian L Boyd, 20, nephew, undergraduate Oxford University, born London, Middlesex, plus a cook and a housemaid. Henry Minchin Noad witnessed Henry Carden Noad and Caroline White Dixon's wedding on 20 June 1872 in All Saints, Kensington, London.
     Henry died on 23 July 1877 in High St, Lower Norwood, Surrey, aged 62. He was described as a gentleman of North Bradley between 1841 & 1843. Inl 1870 he was a Dr and Fellow of the Royal Society.
     His will was proved on 8 August 1877 at the Principal Probate Registry. The will of Henry Minchin Noad formerly 72 Hereford-road Bayswater, Mdx, but late of East Cowes villa Lower Norwood, Surrey, professor of chemistry who died 23 July 1877 at East Cowes villa …. Proved by Charlotte Jane Noad of East Cowes villa, widow, - sole executrix.

Children of Henry Minchin Noad and Charlotte Jane Noad

Humphrey Christopher Carden Noad

(December 1879 - 28 July 1921)
     Humphrey Christopher Carden Noad was born in December 1879 in Norwood, Lambeth RD, Surrey. He was the son of Henry Carden Noad and Caroline White Dixon. Humphrey Christopher Carden Noad was christened on 31 December 1879 in St Luke, West Norwood, Lambeth, Surrey. Humphrey Christopher Carden Noad, son of Henry Carden & Carey White, of Chesham Lodge, Lower Norwood; medical practitioner. Humphrey, Arthur and Edward were listed as the children of Henry Carden Noad in the 1881 census in 6 Brighton Villas, Chesham Lodge, Norwood, St Mary Lambeth, Surrey. Edward, Arthur, Evelyn, Humphrey, Isabel and Violet were listed as the children of Henry Carden Noad in the 1891 census in 335 Norwood Rd, Norwood, St Mary Lambeth, Surrey.
     The marriage of Humphrey Christopher Carden Noad and Christian Mary Seaman was registered in Kensington RD, Middlesex, in the December 1905 quarter.
     Humphrey Christopher Carden Noad served in WWI with the 3rd London R RASC, Army Service Corps in the Salonica theatre. He was Lieutenant then Major. He died 28 July 1921. His widow applied for her husband's medals on 1 March 1922. Her address was Mrs h Carden Noad, 4 Avenue Rd, Wallington, Surrey.
     Humphrey died on 28 July 1921 in Basra, Mesopotamia/Iraq, aged 41.
     His will was proved on 6 September 1921 at the Principal Probate Registry. Humphrey Carden Noad, of St Marys Rd, Wallington Surrey, died 28 July 1921 at Basra Mesopotamia, probate to Christian Mary Noad, widow.

Humphrey Minchin Noad

(5 June 1778 - 7 March 1845)
     Humphrey Minchin Noad was born on 5 June 1778 in Rode, Somerset. He was the son of Jonathan Noad (nee Miller), who was probably the clothier tenant of Rockabella Factory in 1795 at Rode, Jonathan Noad, clothier, son in law of Thomas Whitaker was the owner of the Shawford Mill at Rode in the early 19th century. Jonathan Miller was 'adopted' by Thomas Noad and was his heir in his will of 1760. See Jonathan's will dated 1809 at: http://www.avpu52.dsl.pipex.com/Jonathan%20Noad's%20will%201809.html
His mother was Sally.
See http://www.williamsfamilytree.co.uk/tree/getperson.php?personID=I36140&tree=wft for further information on the Noad family.
     Humphrey Minchin Noad married Maria Hunn, daughter of Richard Hunn and Mary Ann Costello, on 17 October 1811 in Weymouth?, Dorset. H M Noad, of Shawford, married Miss Hunn of Bath. He was the owner of Shawford Mill.
     On 9 June 1818 he was listed as H Minchin Noad, Frome, as a subscriber to the cenotaph to the memory of HRH Prince Charlotte of Wales and Saxe-Cobourg. The next name was Jonathan Noad, both Esq. Humphrey Minchin Noad was listed in a directory dated between 1830 and 1844 as Humphrey M Noad, dyer at Shawford, Rode, Somerset.
     Humphrey Minchin Noad and Maria Hunn appeared on the 1841 census in Rode, Somerset. H M Noad, 60, dyer, Maria 50 not born in the county. Fanny 18, Harriet 17, Marianne Crutwell 27, Kate Crutwell 5, Frederick Crutwell 5 months, Robert Crutwell 29, and 4 servants.
     Humphrey died W on 7 March 1845 in Bath RD, Somerset, aged 66. He was buried on 15 March 1845 in St Lawrence, Rode.

Children of Humphrey Minchin Noad and Maria Hunn

Isabel Mary Noad

(September 1881 - 22 November 1949)
     Isabel Mary Noad's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1881 in Norwood, Lambeth RD, Surrey. She was the daughter of Henry Carden Noad and Caroline White Dixon. Edward, Arthur, Evelyn, Humphrey, Isabel and Violet were listed as the children of Henry Carden Noad in the 1891 census in 335 Norwood Rd, Norwood, St Mary Lambeth, Surrey.
     Isabel Mary Noad appeared on the 1911 census in Girls Friendly Society House, 16 Grenfell Rd, Notting Hill West, Middlesex. Isabel Mary Carden Noad, aged 30, Head, single, Secretary to Girls Froendl Society, born West Norwood, Surrey.
     Isabel died on 22 November 1949 in 33 Mile Oak Rd, Portslade by Sea, Sussex, aged 68.
     The administration of her estate was granted on 20 April 1950 Isabel Mary Carden Noad, of 14 Grenfell Rd, London W 11 spinster. Effects £892 1s 11d.

Maria Noad

(December 1851 - )
     Maria Noad was born in December 1851 in Westbury RD, Wiltshire. She is more likely to be the daughter of John & Prudence, butcher, who lived at Road in 1861. She was the daughter of Henry Minchin Noad and Charlotte Jane Noad.

Maria Charlotte Noad

(circa 26 February 1840 - before 27 February 1840)
     Maria Charlotte Noad's birth was registered in the quarter ending circa 26 February 1840 in Westbury RD, Wiltshire.
     Maria died before 27 February 1840 in Rode, Somerset. She was buried on 27 February 1840 in St Lawrence, Rode. She was the daughter of Henry Minchin Noad and Charlotte Jane Noad.

Maria Charlotte Valentina Noad

(30 May 1821 - 3 November 1839)
     Maria Charlotte Valentina Noad was christened on 30 May 1821 in St Lawrence, Rode, Somerset. She was the daughter of Humphrey Minchin Noad and Maria Hunn.
     Maria Charlotte Valentina Noad married Robert Marshall Straight on 11 June 1839 in St Lawrence, Rode, Frome RD, Somerset.
     Maria died on 3 November 1839 in Rode, Frome RD, Somerset, aged 18. She was buried at St Lawence.

Maria Jane Noad

(September 1845 - )
     Maria Jane Noad's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1845 in Kingston upon Hull, Sculcoates RD, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of George Frederic Noad and Jane Fuller. Maria, Helen, George and Charles were listed as the children of George Frederic Noad in the 1851 census in Grammar School, Holbourne.

Mary Ann Noad

(3 December 1813 - September 1882)
     Mary Ann Noad was also known as Marianne Emma? in records. She was born on 3 December 1813 in Rode, Somerset. She was the daughter of Humphrey Minchin Noad and Maria Hunn. Mary Ann Noad was christened on 3 December 1816 in St Lawrence, Rode.
     Mary Ann Noad married Robert Cruttwell on 30 June 1836 in St Lawrence, Rode, Somerset. He was of Lyncomb & Widcombe.
     Mary Ann Noad appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Humphrey Minchin Noad and Maria Hunn in Shawford, Rode, Somerset.
     Mary Ann Noad and Robert Cruttwell were recorded on the 1851 census in Lyncombe & Widcombe, Somerset. Robert Crutwell, 41, solicitor, born Bath; with his wife Marianne aged 36, born Road, Somerset; children Grace M, 6, born Bath, Arhtur L 5, George A E 3, Thomas 2, Marianne 10 months.
     Mary Ann Noad appeared on the 1861 census in 22 Macauley Buildings?, Widcombe, Bath, Somerset. Mariann Crutwell 46, widow, proprietor of ... mines, born Road, children Frederick Crutwell 20, solicitors articled clerk, born Bath, Arthur Crutwull 15, Thomas Crutwell 12, Julian Crutwell 8, Charles E Crutwell 7, all scholars, born Bath, Katherine Crutwell 24, Grace Crutwell 17, born Bath, Marian Crutwell 10, scholar, born Bath; Ellen Price 39, governess, Arundel Bourne 46, cook, Anne Randall 42, nurse, Jane Maclean 23, housemaid, Fanny Hill 22, visitor, born Bath, Lucy Bailey 23, visitor's maid, Charles Noad 12, nephew, born Hull, Yks.
     Mary Ann Noad and Thomas Harry Cruttwell appeared on the 1871 census in Paddington, London. Marianna E Crutwell 56, widow, annuitant, born Road, Somerset; children Thomas Henry Crutwell 23, married, civil service education dept, born Bath, Minnie Crutwell 23, daughter!, married, born Madras, Kamptee?, grand daughter Blanche Crutwell 2, born Bath.
     Mary Ann Noad and Katherine J M Cruttwell appeared on the 1881 census in Barton upon Irwell, Lancashire. Maria E Cruttwell, 66,widow, born Road, Somerset; Katherine Wooldridge 44, daughter, married, born Bath; servant Eliza Pugh 18.
     Mary's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1882 in Barton upon Irwell, Lancashire.

Children of Mary Ann Noad and Robert Cruttwell

Sarah Noad

(March 1846 - )
     Sarah Noad was born in March 1846 in Westbury RD, Wiltshire. She is likely to be the daughter of John & Jane who lived at North Bradley, Wiltshire in 1861.

Violet Gladys Noad

(June 1883 - )
     Violet Gladys Noad was also known as Gladys Violet C in records. She's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1883 in Norwood, Lambeth RD, Surrey. She was the daughter of Henry Carden Noad and Caroline White Dixon. Edward, Arthur, Evelyn, Humphrey, Isabel and Violet were listed as the children of Henry Carden Noad in the 1891 census in 335 Norwood Rd, Norwood, St Mary Lambeth, Surrey.

Agnes Noakes

(20 November 1846 - 16 September 1933)
     Agnes Noakes was christened on 20 November 1846 in Jevington, Sussex. She was the daughter of Thomas Noakes and Louisa Denman. Emily, Agnes and Kate were listed as the children of Louisa Denman in the 1871 census in 'Wannock Farm', Jevington.
     Agnes Noakes and Kate Denman Noakes appeared on the 1881 census in 9 Lismore Rd, Eastbourne, Sussex. Agnes Noakes, 34, Kate D Noakes, 31 sister, both annuitants, born Wannock.
     Agnes Noakes and Kate Denman Noakes arrived per "Chimborazo" in August 1882 at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
     Agnes Noakes married Edward Thorby Noakes, son of Richard Noakes and Catherine Thorby, in 1883 in Kew, Victoria, Australia. NOAKES—NOAKES.—On the 24th inst, at Holy Trlnity Church, Kew, by the Rev Canon Vance, Edward Thorby, son of Richard Noakes, of Brighton, England, to Agnes, daughter of the late Thomas Noakes, of Wannock, Sussex.
     Agnes died on 16 September 1933 in 8 Louise Ave, Mont Albert, Victoria, Australia, aged 86. NOAKES. —On the 16th September 1833, passed peacefully away at her residence, 8 Louise Avenue, Mont Albert, Agnes, the dearly loved mother of Elsie (Mrs Raleigh A Black) and Claribel.

Children of Agnes Noakes and Edward Thorby Noakes

Alice Eliza? Noakes

(1854 or 1878 - )
     Alice Eliza? Noakes was born in 1854 or 1878 in Eastbourne RD, Sussex. She was the daughter of Thomas Noakes and Louisa Denman. Alice Eliza? Noakes was christened on 7 April 1878. An Alice Noakes, daughter of Thomas & Louisa Noakes is baptised at Willingdon on 7 April 1878. This may be a late baptism (prior to marriage?). As both alleged parents are dead it is unlikely to be a grandchild masquerading as a child.

Charles Noakes

(18 December 1842 - 21 March 1848)
     Charles Noakes was christened on 18 December 1842 in Jevington, Sussex. He was the son of Thomas Noakes and Louisa Denman.
     Charles died on 21 March 1848 in Willingdon, Sussex, aged 5.

Claribel Noakes

(1886 - 1961)
     Claribel Noakes was born in 1886 in Violet Town, Victoria. She was the daughter of Edward Thorby Noakes and Agnes Noakes.
     Claribel died in 1961 in Mont..., Victoria, Australia.

Denman Noakes

(December 1839 - 9 October 1840)
     Denman Noakes's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1839 in Eastbourne RD, Sussex. He was the son of Thomas Noakes and Louisa Denman. Denman Noakes was christened on 24 January 1840 in Jevington, Sussex.
     Denman died on 9 October 1840 in Willingdon, Sussex. He was buried on 14 October 1840 in Willingdon.

Edmond Noakes

(4 November 1834 - )
     Edmond Noakes was also known as Edmund in records. He was christened on 4 November 1834 in Jevington, Sussex. He was the son of Thomas Noakes and Louisa Denman.
     Edmond Noakes appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Louisa Denman and Thomas Noakes in Wannock, Jevington.
     The marriage of Edmond Noakes and Eliza Fryer was registered in Norwich, Norfolk, in the December 1854 quarter. However there was also an Edmund/Edmond aged 6 in the 1841 census son of Thomas & Eliizabeth Noakes, Miller, of Brightling, no proof yet provided as to the USA families origins.
     Edmond Noakes lived at Alabama, USA.
     Edmond Noakes lived at New Mexico, USA.

Edward George Noakes

(March 1874 - )
     Edward George Noakes's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1874 in Brighton, Sussex. He was the son of Richard Noakes and Mary Emma Vinall.
     Richard Noakes wrote in August 2007: I have been unable to trace Maude Annie forward from 1872 and 1875 - except for the 1881 census where she appears in the household of Edward Lyon Hill, Walcot, Nr Bath, England. I am very certain of this as her brother Edward George Noakes has a great grandson, who I have been in contact with, living in Virginia. He has indicated that Edward George's adoptive father/guardian was surnamed Hill - so too many coincidences to ignore !! I also have not been able to trace Edward George between the years of 1874 (birth) until 1901/1902 marriage in New York.

Edward Thorby Noakes

(circa 1847 - April 1896)
     Edward Thorby Noakes was born circa 1847 in Brighton, Sussex. He was the son of Richard Noakes and Catherine Thorby. Edward was listed as the son of Richard Noakes in the 1851 census in Brighton, Sussex.
     Edward Thorby Noakes arrived per "Liguria" in March 1883 at Melbourne, Victoria.
     Edward Thorby Noakes married Agnes Noakes, daughter of Thomas Noakes and Louisa Denman, in 1883 in Kew, Victoria, Australia. NOAKES—NOAKES.—On the 24th inst, at Holy Trlnity Church, Kew, by the Rev Canon Vance, Edward Thorby, son of Richard Noakes, of Brighton, England, to Agnes, daughter of the late Thomas Noakes, of Wannock, Sussex.
     Edward died in April 1896 in East Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. He was buried on 27 April 1896 in the Cemetery, St Kilda.

Children of Edward Thorby Noakes and Agnes Noakes

Elsie Thorby Noakes

(6 October 1884 - 1971)
     Elsie Thorby Noakes married Raleigh Adelbert Black. Elsie Thorby Noakes was born on 6 October 1884 in Kew, Victoria. NOAKES - On the 6th inst, the wife of E Thorby Noakes of a daughter. She was the daughter of Edward Thorby Noakes and Agnes Noakes.
     Elsie died in 1971 in Park..., Victoria.

Emily Noakes

(before March 1831 - 12 October 1884)
     Emily Noakes was born before March 1831 in Wannock, Jevington, Sussex. She was the daughter of Thomas Noakes and Louisa Denman. Emily Noakes was christened on 30 April 1831 in Jevington, Sussex.
     Emily Noakes appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Louisa Denman and Thomas Noakes in Wannock, Jevington.
     Emily Noakes was recorded on the 1851 census in Westham, Sussex. Emily Noakes, aged 19, born Jevington was a visitor in the Sampson household. Emily, Agnes and Kate were listed as the children of Louisa Denman in the 1871 census in 'Wannock Farm', Jevington.
     Emily Noakes appeared on the 1881 census in 'Chalk Farm;, Willingdon. Emily Noakes, 60, was a visitor with the Paxton family, born Jevington, unmarried.
     Emily died on 12 October 1884 in Eastbourne, Sussex.
     Her will was proved on 9 January 1885 at the Principal Probate Registry. The will iwth a codicil of Emily Noakes, late of Orion Villa, 9 Leisburn Rd, Eastbourne, spinster, who died 12 Oct 1884 was proved by Robert Lewis Carr, executor.

Esther Noakes

(circa 1753 - before 18 July 1820)
     Esther Noakes was born circa 1753 in Sussex, England.
     Esther Noakes married William Putland, son of John Putland and Elizabeth Reade, on 18 August 1774 in Willingdon, Sussex. Married by licence.
     Esther died before 18 July 1820 in Willingdon, Sussex, England. She was buried on 18 July 1820 in Willingdon.

Children of Esther Noakes and William Putland

Frances Noakes

(28 April 1832 - )
     Frances Noakes was christened on 28 April 1832 in Jevington, Sussex. She was the daughter of Thomas Noakes and Louisa Denman.
     Frances Noakes appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Louisa Denman and Thomas Noakes in Wannock, Jevington. Frances, Thomas, William, Richard and Kate were listed as the children of Louisa Noakes in the 1851 census in Jevington, Sussex.
     Frances Noakes married Jeremiah Smith or William Cruthenden or Hensy between January 1858 and March 1858 in Eastbourne RD, Sussex, England.
     Frances Noakes lived at Quincy, Adams County, Alabama, USA.

Francis Walter Noakes

(June 1898 - )
     Francis Walter Noakes's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1898 in Brighton, Sussex. He was the son of Richard Noakes and Rose Faith Harman. Francis and William were listed as Richard Noakes's children in the 1901 census in 23 Park St, Brighton, Sussex.

Jane Noakes

(circa 1804 - )
     Jane Noakes was born circa 1804 in Jevington, Sussex. She was listed as the niece of Elizabeth King and her brother in 1851 census. aged 47,born Jevington, in Alfirston. She was the daughter of Thomas Noakes.

Kate Denman Noakes

(3 June 1849 - December 1895)
     Kate Denman Noakes's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1849 in Wannock, Jevington, Sussex. She was christened on 3 June 1849 in Jevington, Sussex. She was the daughter of Thomas Noakes and Louisa Denman. Frances, Thomas, William, Richard and Kate were listed as the children of Louisa Noakes in the 1851 census in Jevington, Sussex. Richard and Kate were listed as the children of Louisa Denman in the 1861 census in Wannock St, Jevington, Sussex. Emily, Agnes and Kate were listed as the children of Louisa Denman in the 1871 census in 'Wannock Farm', Jevington.
     Kate Denman Noakes and Agnes Noakes appeared on the 1881 census in 9 Lismore Rd, Eastbourne, Sussex. Agnes Noakes, 34, Kate D Noakes, 31 sister, both annuitants, born Wannock.
     Kate Denman Noakes and Agnes Noakes arrived per "Chimborazo" in August 1882 at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
     Kate died in December 1895 in St Kilda, Victoria, Australia, aged 46. She was buried on 26 December 1895 in the Cemetery, St Kilda.

Louisa Noakes

(22 September 1844 - 14 November 1877)
     Louisa Noakes was christened on 22 September 1844 in Jevington, Sussex, England. She was the daughter of Thomas Noakes and Louisa Denman.
     Louisa Noakes was recorded on the 1851 census in Eastbourne. Louisa Noakes, was a 6 year old pupil, born at Jevington.
     Louisa Noakes appeared on the 1861 census in 'Montpelier', Brighton. Louisa Noakes, 16 boarder, scholar, born Jevington.
     Louisa Noakes married John McKinnon Pratt on 22 April 1868 in London, St George Hanover Square RD, England. Or 2 Sep 1868: Marriage of Mr. I. Costlelow to Louisa Ellen Noakes at Newhaven, E Sussex..
     Louisa died on 14 November 1877 in Queensland, Australia, aged 33.

Children of Louisa Noakes and John McKinnon Pratt