Henry Noble

     Henry Noble married Mary Rosyear? on 6 October 1685 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. Both single of this parish..

Isabella Noble

(14 January 1779 - )
     Isabella died in Stow RD, Suffolk. She was christened on 14 January 1779 in Fakenham Magna, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Noble and Elizabeth Kendall.
     Isabella Noble married William Wood on 13 January 1795 in Fakenham Magna, Suffolk.

James Noble

(13 March 1605/6 - )
     James Noble was christened on 13 March 1605/6 in Ampton, Suffolk. He was the son of Rev William Noble and Catherine Newcome.

James Noble

     James Noble was the son of Augustine Noble and Anne Harvy?

Jane Noble

(30 March 1571 - )
     Jane Noble was christened on 30 March 1571 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. She was the daughter of William Noble and Joan Unknown (Noble).
     Jane Noble married William Prior on 29 June 1592 in Gt Livermere.

Jane Noble

(circa 1835 - )
     Jane Noble was born circa 1835 in Belfast, Ireland.
     The marriage of Jane Noble and Edward Carden Noad, son of Henry Carden Noad and Caroline White Dixon, was registered in Fulham RD, Middlesex, in the September 1900 quarter.
     Jane Noble and Edward Carden Noad appeared on the 1911 census in Gordon Villa, 90 Coventry Rd, Ilford, Essex. Edward Carden Noad, head, 36, commercial traveller, Fine Art publisher, born West Norwood;
Jane Carden Noad, wife, 34, married for 10 years, born Belfast, daughters
Margaret Isabel Carden Noad     4,
Helen Agnes Carden Noad 2, both born at Ealing, Mdx; Mary Louisa Middleton, 15 mother's help
.

Jeremiah Noble

(1 February 1743/44 - before 14 March 1809)
     Jeremiah Noble was christened on 1 February 1743/44 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of Thomas Noble and Alice Sparrow.
     Jeremiah Noble married Mary Sparrow or Sparham on 26 June 1767 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     He settled in the Bury St Edmunds area about 1768.
     Administration of the estate of Alice Sparrow was granted to Jeremiah Noble, in 1797 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk, Extract of Probate of Alice Noble of Gt Livermere. Died intestate (widow of Thomas Noble): Goods and chattels of Alice Noble of Gt Livermere probate granted to Jeremiah Noble natural and lawful son and one of the next of kin of deceased.
     Jeremiah died before 14 March 1809 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was buried on 14 March 1809 in Gt Livermere.

Children of Jeremiah Noble and Mary Sparrow or Sparham

Jeremiah Noble

(27 April 1775 - )
     Jeremiah Noble was christened on 27 April 1775 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was the son of Jeremiah Noble and Mary Sparrow or Sparham.

Jeremiah Noble

(4 February 1799 - )
     Jeremiah Noble was born on 23 November 1798 in Bury St Edmunds. He was christened on 4 February 1799 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was the son of William Noble and Susan Purkis/Purcas.

John Noble

(10 April 1726 - before 8 January 1761)
     John Noble was christened on 10 April 1726 in Walsham le Willows, Suffolk. He was the son of William Noble and Sarah Rumbelow.      
John Noble claimed settlement at Chelmondiston on 10 March 1743 from Ipswich, Suffolk. Settlement certificate of John Noble and Sarah his wife.
     John Noble married Finite Burdett on 3 September 1750 in Diss, Norfolk.
     John died before 8 January 1761 in Bardwell, Suffolk. He was buried on 8 January 1761 in Bardwell.

Children of John Noble

John Noble

(29 September 1693 - )
     John Noble was christened on 29 September 1693 in Stowlangtoft, Suffolk. He was the son of William Noble and Elizabeth Parfray.

John Noble

(before 1520 - before 7 April 1557)
     John Noble was born before 1520 in Suffolk. He was the son of Walter Noble.
     John Noble married Anne Nutt on 29 September 1541 in Gt Livermere. John was a farmer in Gt Livermere.
     John Noble made a will dated 3 April 1555 in Gt Livermere. I John Noble of Gt Livermere ... to be buried at Gt Livermere ... I will that Ann my wife shall have my two tenements and all my land, arable, pasture and meadow in Gt Livermere for the time of her natural life... my said wife shall pay Elizabeth my daughter (under 21) ... Margaret my daughter (under 21) ... William my son shall have the tenement I dwell in after the decease of my said wife ... and with 3 roods of arable ground ... shall pay unto his brother George my son the tenement his father had purchased from John Clark of Stanton my brother in law ...with the land & appointments belonging, also 1 acre 3 roods arable land, which is the 3 roods lying between the land of thomas Tydeman of Troston and John Longe of Gt Livermere and the half acre lying to the north of this, with another half acre lying in the furlong called Pestland Went.
     John died before 7 April 1557 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was buried on 7 April 1557 in Gt Livermere.
     His will was proved in 1557.

Children of John Noble and Anne Nutt

John Noble

(12 May 1604 - )
     John Noble was christened on 12 May 1604 in Ampton, Suffolk. He was the son of Rev William Noble and Catherine Newcome.

John Noble

(29 December 1632 - 14 January 1633/34)
     John Noble was christened on 29 December 1632 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of William Noble and Elizabeth Frances.
     John died on 14 January 1633/34 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk, aged 1. He was buried on 14 January 1633/34 in Gt Livermere.

John Noble

(22 January 1634/35 - before 10 May 1705)
     John Noble was christened on 22 January 1634/35 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of William Noble and Elizabeth Frances.
     John Noble married Elizabeth Ward? circa 1659 in Suffolk. This may be the marriage: John Noble of Sapiston & Elizabeth Ward of Livermere Jan 28 1667/8. He was a churchwarden in Gt Livermere, in 1663. He was also trustee of the town lands of Gt Livermere and was recorded as a yeoman. He was also paid his expenses as churchwarden in 1673 and signed the churchwardens accounts between 1682-84. John Noble was widowed on 8 May 1665 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk, on the death of his wife Elizabeth Ward?.
     John Noble and Richard Noble and Elizabeth Noble were beneficiaries in Elizabeth Frances's will dated 12 May 1665 in Gt Livermere.
     John Noble married secondly Frances Nunn on 26 May 1666 in Ampton, Suffolk.      
John Noble paid the hearth tax in 1674 in Gt Livermere. John Noble had 3 (4?) hearths and paid 8/-. He had land in several parishes, his estate passed to his son William.
     There is a memorandum of 1682 in the Bradfield St George parish register, about a house John owned on Bradfield church green which was lived in by his mother-in-law Elizabeth, the widow Nunn. Appears to be a compulsory purchase order: Mem: that upon ye seventeenth day of Oct 1682 the inhabitants of this parish or the cheif p'te of them being inct? at ye Hall at a Court there holden for this manor, did agree to give unto John Noble of Livermore the summe of seven pounds for his own right, & ye right of his wife in ye house now standing upon ye church-green, to ye little Orchard or backside thereunto belonging, which house was last before this agreement inhabited by ye wid. Nun (now dead) & mother to ye sd Nobles wife. And the sd sum of seven pounds was most of it raysed by a voluntary contribution, & ye remaining p'te wich was neer 30 s pd by the church wardens. And it was agreed to ye townsmen of Brafdfield afsd, that James Hunt of the same p'sh and his wife that now is shall freely enjoy that sd house and premises and therein inhabit during ye term of their naturall life, and the longer liver of them: And after the death of them two the whole right title & propriety (ownership) of the sd house and p'mises that belong to the townsmen or to the ov'seers and churchw'dens for the time being of Bradfield afsd.
John was the last of the family to live all his life in Gt Livermere where his 9 children were baptised.
     John died before 10 May 1705 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was buried on 10 May 1705 in Gt Livermere.
     John Noble made a will dated 22 August 1705 in Gt Livermere. Will of John Noble of Gt Livermere, sick in body ... I give to my son William my house and homesitting to him and heirs forever. ... to my grandson John, son of William ... (under 21), to my son Thomas and daughter Elizabeth and son Richard.
     His will was proved on 22 August 1705.
     The 1847 tithe map of Gt Livermere records three fields grouped together: 'Noble Ground' (8 acres) no. 130, 'Noble Meadow' (6 acres) no. 120, 'Fox Grove' (4 acres) no. 121 with sheds and yards no. 129 and a small triangular 'Plantation'. These last two could be the original house and orchard mentioned in Elizabeth's will dated 7 May 1665. The map also identifies, quite separately, the two fields 'Clint' (9 acres) and 'Birds Croft' (4 acres) which is now partly a housing estate, aptly named 'Birds Croft. As the small plantation still exists today, the house site and land can easily be identified.

Children of John Noble and Elizabeth Ward?

Children of John Noble and Frances Nunn

John Noble

(28 March 1667 - before 6 July 1690)
     John Noble was christened on 28 March 1667 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of John Noble and Frances Nunn.
     John died before 6 July 1690 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was buried on 6 July 1690 in Gt Livermere.

John Noble

(1 July 1714 - 30 January 1733/34)
     John Noble was christened on 1 July 1714 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of Thomas Noble and Dorothy Crosby.
     In Thomas Noble's will in Gt Livermere, John 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.
     John died on 30 January 1733/34 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk, aged 19. South of the nave in Gt Livermere church: John Noble, died 30th January 1733, aged 19 years. He was buried on 2 February 1733/34 in Gt Livermere.

John Noble

(28 October 1737 - )
     John Noble was christened on 28 October 1737 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of Thomas Noble and Alice Sparrow.
     He never inherited the farm as it must have been sold, probably because of the Enclosure Act c. 1760. The Gt Livermere manor increased its land holding from 1000 to 1524 accres over this period. John then moved to Gr Fakenham.
     John Noble married Elizabeth Kendall on 8 January 1767 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk.
     He was elected one of the Gt Livermere town trustees in 1771.
     John Noble married Isabel Unknown before 1795.

Children of John Noble and Elizabeth Kendall

Child of John Noble and Isabel Unknown

John Noble

(21 June 1755 - )
     John Noble was christened on 21 June 1755 in Bardwell, Suffolk. He was the son of John Noble.
     John Noble married Elizabeth Watson on 17 January 1793 in Bardwell, Suffolk. John was present at Susan Noble's christening on 15 November 1795 in Bardwell, Suffolk.

Children of John Noble and Elizabeth Watson

John Noble

(12 April 1768 - )
     John Noble was christened on 12 April 1768 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of John Noble and Elizabeth Kendall.
     John Noble married Isabel Unknown (Noble).

Child of John Noble and Isabel Unknown (Noble)

John Noble

(15 December 1791 - )
     John Noble was born on 15 December 1791 He may be the John who married Susanna Clark at Walsham le Willows on 30 Jan 1810. in Bury St Edmunds. He was the son of William Noble and Susan Purkis/Purcas. John Noble was christened on 7 January 1792 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

John Noble

(11 February 1742/43 - )
     John Noble was christened on 11 February 1742/43 in Diss, Norfolk. He was the son of William Noble and Esther Francis.

John Noble

( - circa 1449)
     There are no Nobles recorded at Gt Livermere in the Subdsidy of 1327. From present information we can only assume the Nobles moved into Gt Livermere between 1327 and 1524.
     His will was proved in 1449 at Suffolk. Johannes Nobyll of Hornynggesherth Magna.
     John died circa 1449 in Gt Horningsheath, Suffolk.

Child of John Noble

John Noble

     John Noble was the son of Augustine Noble and Anne Harvy?

Margaret Noble

(7 January 1547/48 - before 1 August 1556)
     Margaret Noble was christened on 7 January 1547/48 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Noble and Anne Nutt.
     Margaret died before 1 August 1556 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. She was buried on 1 August 1556 in Gt Livermere.

Margaret Noble

(3 November 1660 - )
     Margaret Noble was christened on 3 November 1660 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Noble and Elizabeth Ward? Margaret died in infancy.

Mark Noble

(5 October 1739 - before 23 June 1760?)
     Mark Noble was christened on 5 October 1739 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of Thomas Noble and Alice Sparrow.
     Mark died before 23 June 1760? In Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was buried on 23 June 1760? In Gt Livermere.

Mark Noble

(20 June 1756 - )
     Mark Noble was christened on 20 June 1756 in Thelnetham, Suffolk. He was the son of Thomas Noble and Mary Duffield. Mark Noble was an agricultural labourer. This is the ancestor of Dennis Noble whose family settled in Roydon, Norfollk.
     Mark Noble married Elizabeth Copelin on 12 February 1781 in Bressingham, Suffolk. They were both single and made their marks. They had 7 children at Bressingham and 2 at Roydon in Norfolk.      
Mark Noble claimed settlement at Hopton on 1 April 1781 from Bressingham, Suffolk. The Bradeston parish records described him as a wheelwright.
     Mark Noble married Jane Linstead in 1797.

Child of Mark Noble and Elizabeth Copelin

Mark Noble

(17 September 1769 - )
     Mark Noble was born on 17 September 1769 in Rickinghall Inferior, Suffolk. He was the son of Mark Noble and Ann Palgrave. Mark Noble was christened on 24 September 1769 in Rickinghall Inferior.

Mark Noble

     Mark Noble and Ann Palgrave were named on a removal order on 30 December 1756 in Ipswich, Suffolk. Mark Noble, Ann his wife, with Mark and Richard their children, St Clement to St Peter.      
Mark Noble claimed settlement at Settlement certificate: Mark Noble, Ann his wife and Mark and Richard their sons, St. Peter, Ipswich on 5 January 1757 from Ipswich, Suffolk.
     Mark Noble married Ann Palgrave on 27 August 1762 in Rickinghall Inferior, Suffolk. A Mark & Ann had many children at Rickinghall Inferior from 1765.      
Mark Noble was named on a removal order on 13 July 1779 in Ipswich, Suffolk. Mark Noble, Mary his wife, with Mark, Ann and Richard their children, St Margaret to St Clement, Ipswich, 13th July, 1779.

Children of Mark Noble and Ann Palgrave