Roger Frederick Nixon

(1919 - )
     Roger Frederick Nixon was born in 1919. He was the son of Fergus Brinsley Nixon and Maud Frederica Lascelles.

Sarah Nixon?

(December 1839 - )
     Sarah Nixon?'s birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1839 in Sunderland, Durham.
     The marriage of Sarah Nixon? and Cornelius Mackglew was registered in Sunderland, Durham, in the 3 March 1857 quarter.
     Sarah Nixon? and Cornelius Mackglew appeared on the 1861 census in 16 Barrack? St, Sunderland, Durham. Cornelous Macglew, head, 25, mariner?, with his wife Sarah aged 21, both born in Sunderland; in a multi-family building.

Arthur Carden Noad

(December 1875 - )
     Arthur Carden Noad's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1875 in Norwood, Lambeth RD, Surrey. He was the son of Henry Carden Noad and Caroline White Dixon. 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.

Charles Frederic Carden Noad

(June 1849 - )
     Charles Frederic Carden Noad's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1849 in Kingston upon Hull, Sculcoates RD, Yorkshire. He was the son 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. Charles Frederic Carden Noad was listed as the nephew of Mary Ann Noad in the1861 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.

Charles Humphrey Carden Noad

     Charles Humphrey Carden Noad was the son of George Henry Carden Noad.
     Charles Humphrey Carden Noad married Muriel Dorothy (?).
     Gertrude Myfanwy Wedgewood married secondly Charles Humphrey Carden Noad after 1943.

Charlotte Jane Noad

(2 July 1815 - 25 March 1882)
     Charlotte Jane Noad was christened on 2 July 1815 in St Lawrence, Rode, Somerset. She was the daughter of Jonathan & Helen Noad of Rode.
     Charlotte Jane Noad married Henry Minchin Noad, son of Humphrey Minchin Noad and Maria Hunn, on 3 July 1839 in St Lawrence, Rode, Frome RD, Somerset. They were probably cousins.
     Charlotte Jane Noad and Henry Minchin 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.
     Charlotte Jane Noad and Henry Minchin 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. Charlotte Jane Noad was an executor of Henry Minchin Noad's estate on 8 August 1877 in the Principal Probate Registry.
     Charlotte died on 25 March 1882 aged 66.

Children of Charlotte Jane Noad and Henry Minchin Noad

Edward Arthur Carden Noad

(December 1861 - )
     Edward Arthur Carden Noad's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1861 in Reading, Berkshire. He was the son of George Frederic Noad and Jane Fuller. Emily, Fanny, Francis and Edward were listed as the children of George Frederic Noad in the 1871 census in the Rectory, Cold Norton, Essex.

Edward Carden Noad

(June 1874 - 2 October 1943)
     Edward Carden Noad's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1874 in Norwood, Lambeth RD, Surrey. He was the son of Henry Carden Noad and Caroline White Dixon. 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 Edward Carden Noad and Jane Noble was registered in Fulham RD, Middlesex, in the September 1900 quarter.
     Edward Carden Noad and Jane Noble 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
.
     Edward died on 2 October 1943 aged 69.
     His will was proved on 12 February 1944. Edward Carden Noad of 20 Gordon Ave, Harrogate, died 2 Oct 1943. Probate granted to George Knowles, secretary and Alec Norman Crosby, parish bank clerk. Effects £894 8 s 2d.

Elizabeth Ann / John Noad

(September 1847 - )
     Elizabeth Ann / John Noad was born in September 1847 in Westbury RD, Wiltshire. Elizabeth Ann / John Noad was the child of Henry Minchin Noad and Charlotte Jane Noad.

Emily Mary Noad

(June 1851 - )
     Emily Mary Noad's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1851 in Holybourne, Alton RD, Hampshire. She was the daughter of George Frederic Noad and Jane Fuller. Emily, Fanny, Francis and Edward were listed as the children of George Frederic Noad in the 1871 census in the Rectory, Cold Norton, Essex.
     Emily Mary Noad and Jane Fuller appeared on the 1891 census in Reigate, Surrey, England. Emily M Noad, 39, High School Mistress, born Hampshire, Holybourne;
Jane Noad, mother, widow, 66, living on own means, born Aston Tirrell, Berks; Fanny W Glover, sister, 32, born Holybourne, Charles H Noad, nephew, 11, born Allahabad, India, George S Kenny, nephew, born Salphole, with boarders, pupils and servants.. Emily Mary Noad witnessed the administration of the estate of George Henry Carden Noad; George Henry Carden Noad of 51 Clapham Rd, civil servant, died 18 Sep 1880 at Naini Tal, Bengal, India. Admin to Mary Emily Noad, spinster.

Emma Noad

(March 1850 - )
     Emma Noad was born in March 1850 in Westbury RD, Wiltshire. She was the daughter of Henry Minchin Noad and Charlotte Jane Noad.
     Emma Noad appeared on the 1861 census in York St, Frome, Somerset. Emma Noad, aged 11, born Road, Wiltshire, was a visitor in the household of John & Mary Harding. John was a provision dealer.

Evelyn Gunthorpe Noad

(December 1878 - )
     Evelyn Gunthorpe Noad was also known as Eveline Gunthrope in records. Her birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1878 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.

Fanny Sarah Noad

(18 August 1822 - )
     Fanny Sarah Noad was born on 18 August 1822 in Rode, Somerset. She was the daughter of Humphrey Minchin Noad and Maria Hunn. Fanny Sarah Noad was christened on 22 July 1824 in St Lawrence, Rode. On 6 April 1842 at St Lawrence, Charles Scriven.
     Fanny Sarah Noad appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Humphrey Minchin Noad and Maria Hunn in Shawford, Rode, Somerset.

Fanny Valentina Noad

(March 1859 - )
     Fanny Valentina Noad's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1859 in Holybourne, Alton RD, Hampshire. She was the daughter of George Frederic Noad and Jane Fuller. Emily, Fanny, Francis and Edward were listed as the children of George Frederic Noad in the 1871 census in the Rectory, Cold Norton, Essex.

Francis Robert Gordon Noad

(June 1860 - )
     Francis Robert Gordon Noad's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1860 in Holybourne, Alton RD, Hampshire. He was the son of George Frederic Noad and Jane Fuller. Emily, Fanny, Francis and Edward were listed as the children of George Frederic Noad in the 1871 census in the Rectory, Cold Norton, Essex.

Frederick Carden Noad

(18 February 1818 - )
     Frederick Carden Noad was born on 18 February 1818 in Rode, Somerset. He was the son of Humphrey Minchin Noad and Maria Hunn. Frederick Carden Noad was christened on 8 October 1818 in St Lawrence, Rode.

George Frederic Noad

(18 September 1812 - 25 November 1876)
     George Frederic Noad was born on 18 September 1812 in Rode, Somerset. He was the son of Humphrey Minchin Noad and Maria Hunn. George Frederic Noad was christened on 8 October 1813 in St Lawrence, Rode. George Rev. George Frederic Noad, B.C.L., of Worcester College. Oxon., Second Master of Derby Grammar School, to the Vice-Principalship of Kingston College, Hull. He was curate at St Lawrence in 1837 in June 1844.
     The marriage of George Frederic Noad and Jane Fuller was registered in Aston Tirrold, Wallingford RD, Berkshire, in the September 1844 quarter.
     George Frederic Noad and Jane Fuller were recorded on the 1851 census in Grammar School, Holbourne. George F Noad, head m, 38, clergyman without cure of souls, Head master of Grammar School, born Road, Somerset; Jane his wife aged 26? born Aston Tirrold, Berks, Maria J, daughter 5, born Hull, Yks, Helen U, 4, ditto, George H C 3, ditto, Charles F C, 2, ditto; Maria Noad, mother, widow, 62, annuitant, born Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland; Mary A Fuller, sister in law, unmarried, 22, born Aston Tirrold, Berks; Robert Carden, cousin, unmarried, 17, scholar, born Edinburgh; Frederick R Crutwell, nephew, 10, scholar, born Bath, Somerset; Thomas M Crutwell, nephew, 8, ditto, Harry C Noad, nephew, 9, ditto, born Road, Somerset; with 3 unrelated? pupils and 4 servants. George Frederic Noad witnessed the administration of the estate of Maria Hunn; Administration of ... Maria Noad late of 22 Macaulay Buildings in the City of Bath, widow, who died 10 March at Macaulay Buildings ... granted to Rev George Frederick Noad of Hollybourne, in the county of Southampton, clerk, one of the children... Effects under £800.
     George Frederic Noad and Jane Fuller appeared on 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. George was headmaster in 1863, Clevedon House Classical & Mathematical School, Castle Hill, Reading, Berkshire. His advertisment in Dutton, Allen & Co's directory & gazetteer of the counties of Oxon, Berks. Bucks stated: Principal: The Rev George Frerderic Noad, D.C.L., Worcester college, Oxford; late Head Master of Holybourne Endowed Grammar School, Hants; and formerly principal of Kingston College, Hull. George was headmaster of Wye College in 1868, Ashford, Kent.
     George Frederic Noad and Jane Fuller appeared on the 1871 census in the Rectory, Cold Norton, Essex. George F Noad, 58,Rector of Cold Norton, born Mdx, Somerset Rd [!], Jane Rector's wife 46, born Aston Tirrold, Emily M 19, born Holybourne, Hampshire, Fanny V, 12, ditto, Francis R C 10, ditto, Edward A C, 9, born Reading, Berkshire, Frank S Robinson nephew 8, born Barnard Castle, co. Durham, Mabel F Robinson niece, 6, born Kensington, Mdx; plus two servants and a page.
Mabel Fuller Robinson was registered in the Sep qtr of 1864 in the Kensington RD and Frank Stanley in Sep Qtr 1862 in Teesdale RD. A Mary Anne Fuller married George Hillgrove Robinson in Sep qtr 1860 in the Wallingford RD.
     George died on 25 November 1876 in Maldon RD, Essex, aged 64.

Children of George Frederic Noad and Jane Fuller

George Henry Carden Noad

(December 1847 - 18 September 1880)
     George Henry Carden Noad's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1847 in Kingston upon Hull, Sculcoates RD, Yorkshire. He was the son 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.
     George died on 18 September 1880 in Naini Tal, Kimson, India, aged 32. The Times reported: Deaths, On the 18th September 1880, at Naini Tal, Kimson, India, killed while helping at the landslip, George Henry Carden Noad, Personal Assistant to the Inspector-General of Police, NWP [North West Provinces] and Oudh, eldest son of the late George Frederick Noad, DCL, Rector of Cold Norton, Essex, aged 32.
     The administration of his estate was granted in 1895 at the Principal Probate Registry. George Henry Carden Noad of 51 Clapham Rd, civil servant, died 18 Sep 1880 at Naini Tal, Bengal, India. Admin to Mary Emily Noad, spinster.

Child of George Henry Carden Noad

Harriett Noad

(24 February 1824 - )
     Harriett Noad was also known as Helen Harriett in records. She was born on 24 February 1824 in Rode, Somerset. She was the daughter of Humphrey Minchin Noad and Maria Hunn. Harriett Noad was christened on 22 July 1824 in St Lawrence, Rode.
     Harriett Noad appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Humphrey Minchin Noad and Maria Hunn in Shawford, Rode, Somerset.

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
.
     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.