William Noble

(16 November 1773 - )
     William Noble was christened on 16 November 1773 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was the son of William Noble and Elizabeth Ellington.

William Noble

(14 May 1672 - before 24 October 1672)
     William Noble was christened on 14 May 1672 in Troston, Suffolk. He was the son of Richard Noble and Thomasin Cranmer.
     William died before 24 October 1672 in Troston, Suffolk. He was buried on 24 October 1672 in Troston, Suffolk.

William Noble

(1 October 1674 - )
     William Noble was christened on 1 October 1674 in Troston, Suffolk. He was the son of Richard Noble and Thomasin Cranmer.

William Noble

(3 January 1770 - )
     William Noble was christened on 3 January 1770 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was the son of Jeremiah Noble and Mary Sparrow or Sparham.
     William Noble married Susan Purkis/Purcas on 11 September 1791 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Thingoe RD, Suffolk.

Children of William Noble and Susan Purkis/Purcas

William Noble

(21 November 1736 - )
     William Noble was christened on 21 November 1736 in Diss, Norfolk. He was the son of William Noble and Esther Francis.

William Noble

(say 1530 - )
     William Noble was born say 1530 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of Walter Noble.
     William Noble was mentioned in the will of Margery Unknown (Corraye) dated 5 May 1546.      
William Noble paid 2/6 on land in the subsidy or poll tax in 1568 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk.

William Noble

(24 September 1804 - )
     William Noble was born on 30 August 1804 in Bury St Edmunds. He was christened on 24 September 1804 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds. He was the son of William Noble and Susan Purkis/Purcas.

William Noble

(21 February 1706 - )
     William Noble was christened on 21 February 1706 in Cavendish, Suffolk. He was the son of Ann Unknown.

Rev William Noble

(26 December 1568 - before 22 March 1616/17)
     Rev William Noble was christened on 26 December 1568 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk. He was the son of William Noble and Joan Unknown (Noble).
     He was only 5 when his father died and 15 when his stepfather (John Fuller) died. It is possible that over this period William was living with his mother and stepfather at Gt Livermere in the Noble family house and lands, continuing to do so after his first marriage having 2 children there, 1 baptised at Gt Livermere the other at Lt Livermere. He moved to Ampton in 1592 at the time of his second marriage and had 7 children there, 6 of them were baptised in Ampton and in Gt Livermere. His wife Katherine died intestate and William her son inherited his father's estate. Note: William bequeathed no land in his will, only goods and chattels.
     William matriculated at Christ's College, Cambridge University, in June 1587.
     Rev William Noble married Dorothy Cosin on 21 December 1592 in Cavenham, Suffolk. William was a clerk (clergyman) at Gt Livermere, Suffolk, from 1593 to 1598. He was widowed on 13 January 1594/95 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk, on the death of his wife Dorothy Cosin.
     Rev William Noble married Catherine Newcome on 31 January 1597/98 in Cavenham, Suffolk. William was rector at Ampton, Suffolk, from 02 Oct 1598. He was Rector of Ampton. On the wall in Ampton church there is a framed article (written by a past rector) which mentions William.
     Rev William Noble made a will dated 12 March 1616/17 in Ampton. Will of William Noble of Ampton 12 March 1616, rector... unto Katherine my now wife all my goods and chattels whatsoever ... sole exor. ... son William... He did not menton of land.
     William died before 22 March 1616/17 in Ampton, Suffolk. He was buried on 22 March 1616/17 in Ampton.
     His will was proved on 7 September 1617. There is a further paragraph added to his will dated 7 Sep 1617, that seems to be an affidavit in Latin, accepting the death of William's wife, katherien, who had died just over a year after her husband, in April 1617, and naming Wiliam as his father's heir.

Children of Rev William Noble and Dorothy Cosin

Children of Rev William Noble and Catherine Newcome

Sarah Nodes

(circa 1828? - )
     Sarah Nodes was born circa 1828? In Portsea, Hampshire.
     Sarah Nodes married Simeon Ruby on 4 September 1848 in Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Plymouth, Devon. Sarah Nodes was widowed on 13 July 1858 on the death of her husband Simeon Ruby. Sarah Nodes was an executor of Simeon Ruby's estate in 1861 in the Principal Probate Registry, London.
     Sarah Nodes appeared on the 1861 census in 9 Emma Place, Devonport, Stoke Damerel, Devon. Sarah Ruby, head, widow, aged 32, born Portsea, widow of warrant officer, with sons Syminion aged 8 and Thomas 7, scholars, born at Stoke Damerel.
     Sarah Nodes appeared on the 1871 census in 74 Conway? St, Portsea, Hampshire. Sarah Ruby, widow, aged 43, born Portsea, Hants; son Simeon aged 19, ... RN sailor, Thomas aged 17 assistant grocer's shop, Ellen, 9 scholar, all born Newpassage? Devon.
     Sarah Nodes and Ellen Ruby appeared on the 1881 census in 10 Maitland St, Kingston, Portsea, Hampshire. Sarah Ruby, head, widow?, 52, born Portsmouth, Hampshire & her dauagther Ellen Ruby, unmarried 28?, stay (crossed out - corset) maker, born Plymouth Devonshire.

Children of Sarah Nodes and Simeon Ruby

Child of Sarah Nodes

John Nolan

(circa 1843 - 21 January 1928)
     John Nolan was born circa 1843 in Kilkenny, Ireland.
     John Nolan married Bridget Butler, daughter of Michael Butler and Ann Unknown, before 1869. They also had children Ann & Mary born 1871 at Mt Prospect and Catherine in 1872 at Bulla..
     John died on 21 January 1928 in Northcote, Victoria.

Child of John Nolan and Bridget Butler

Mary Nolan

(1869 - 1896)
     Mary Nolan was born in 1869 in Mt Prospect, Victoria. She was the daughter of John Nolan and Bridget Butler.
     Mary Nolan married James Gardiner, son of Robert Gardiner and Margaret Morrissey, in 1892 in Victoria. They also had Robert Joseph in 1893 at Korw.... and Mary Catherine in 1896 at Kingston..
     Mary died in 1896 in Kingston, Victoria.

Children of Mary Nolan and James Gardiner

Deboragh Noonan

( - 19 July 1877)
     Deboragh Noonan married Jeremiah Halahan, son of Patrick Halahan, on 3 October 1870 in Cork, Cork, Ireland. His father was named as Patrick Halahan (deceased), mason.
     Deboragh died on 19 July 1877 in Lahore, Pakistan.

Children of Deboragh Noonan and Jeremiah Halahan

Ellen Noonan

     Ellen Noonan married Thomas Colbert in Waterford, Ireland. Ellen Noonan was born in Waterford.

Children of Ellen Noonan and Thomas Colbert

Dorothy Norcliffe

(19 September 1642 - before 12 May 1673)
     Dorothy Norcliffe was christened on 19 September 1642 in Nunnington, Yorkshire.
     Dorothy Norcliffe married William Grimston, son of William Grimston and Ann Byerley, on 3 October 1660.
     Dorothy died before 12 May 1673 in York, Yorkshire. She was buried on 12 May 1673 in St Michael le Belfry, York.

Children of Dorothy Norcliffe and William Grimston

William Norman

     William Norman married Alice Vera Rich, daughter of Henry Rich and Annie Unknown, on 6 September 1894 in Ardsley, Yorkshire.

Elizabeth Normanton

(2 April 1623 - )
     Elizabeth Normanton was christened on 2 April 1623 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Normanton and Rose Hynard.

John Normanton

( - after 1632)
     John Normanton married Rose Hynard, daughter of Edmund Hynard and Rose Unknown (Hynard).
     John died after 1632 in Suffolk.

Children of John Normanton and Rose Hynard

John Normanton

(before 1625 - )
     John Normanton was born before 1625 in Suffolk, England. He was the son of John Normanton and Rose Hynard.

Rose Normanton

(30 December 1618 - )
     Rose Normanton was christened on 30 December 1618 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was the daughter of John Normanton and Rose Hynard.

Thomas Normanton

(3 January 1616 - )
     Thomas Normanton was christened on 3 January 1616 in St James, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. He was the son of John Normanton and Rose Hynard.

Isaac Dadd Norrie

     Charlotte Annan Dempster married secondly Isaac Dadd Norrie on 23 December 1871 in Sydney, New South Wales.

Ellen I Norris

     Ellen I Norris married William Evans Trull as his second wife, on 2 June 1887 in New York, New York, USA.

Howard Norris

     Howard Norris was born in Avenel, Victoria. He stated he was born in Avenel at his marriage, but there is no civil registration for him there.
     Howard Norris married Emily Jane Bird, daughter of William Henry Bird and Emily Cole, in 1882 in Windsor, Victoria.

Child of Howard Norris and Emily Jane Bird

Howard Stanley Norris

(1883 - 1887)
     Howard Stanley Norris was born in 1883 in Prahran, Victoria. He was the son of Howard Norris and Emily Jane Bird.
     Howard died in 1887 in Prahran, Victoria.

James Richard Norris

(19 January 1820 - )
     James Richard Norris was christened on 19 January 1820 in St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey. He was the son of Thomas Heaton Norris and Sarah Elizabeth Dempster.

John Heaton Norris

(6 November 1821 - June 1861)
     John Heaton Norris was born on 6 November 1821. A John Norris, son of Thomas & Sarah was baptised 30 March 1822 at Mitcham. He was the son of Thomas Heaton Norris and Sarah Elizabeth Dempster. John Heaton Norris was christened on 11 January 1837 in St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey.
     The marriage of John Heaton Norris and Mary Ann or Elvia Powell or Boulgarine was registered in Lambeth RD, Surrey, in the March 1855 quarter.
     John's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1861 in Bermondsey RD, Surrey.

Mary Norris

(circa 1766 - before 18 November 1861)
     Mary Norris was born circa 1766 in Chatham, Kent.
     Mary Norris married John Heatherly, son of Robert Heatherly and Ann Smith?, on 14 November 1797 in St Marylebone, Westminster, London. John Heatherly of this parish, bachelor and Mary Norris of the same parish spinster, were married in this church by banns. Both signed in the presence of James Lay and Jane Norris.
     Mary Heatherly and Caroline Lay appeared on the 1841 census in Eastbourne, Sussex. Mary Heatherly, aged 74, librarian, not born in county; Anne Lay aged 46, not born in county, Caroline Lay aged 38 not born in county, with two servants Mary Newman aged 23 & Elizabeth King aged 19, both born in the county.
     Mrs Heatherely advertised the sale of the business of the Ciruclating library, etc. in the Brighton gazette 15 Jun 1848 as a consequence of her declining health..
     29 May 1850: By John Davies Gilbert to John Morris of Eastbourne, watchmaker, of a messuage or lodging house, No. 15 at the Sea houses in Eastbourne, containing in front 27ft. and on the N.E. and N.W. ends, adjoining the dwellinghouse late of Abraham Wood and then to be leased to Barbara Mockett, widow, 17ft. 10in. and on the S.E. adjoining the messuage or tenement in the occupation of Mary Heatherley, 16ft. 7in; the premises being late in the tenure of the executors of Richd. Mockett decd. but then unoccupied. Together with all outhouses, buildings &c. Term, 14 years: rent, £13. 10.
     Mary Norris was recorded on the 1851 census in High Street, Eastbourne, Sussex. Mary Heatherly, head, widow, aged 85, retired librarian & stationer, born Catham [sic], Kent. Emma Lay, niece, unmarried, aged 53, fund holder, born London, Middlesex; Caroline Lay, niece, unmarried, aged 46, fundholder, born London, Middlesex; with a house servant.
     Mary Heatherly appeared on the 1861 census in Church St, Eastbourne. Mary Heatherley, head, widow, 95, retired librarian, born Fulham, Mdx; Ann Lay, niece, unmarried, 54, born London; Caroline Lay, unmarried niece, 55, born London; Henry Lay, nephew unmarried 53, retired stationer, born London; Georgianna Lay, niece, unmarried, 50, born London, with a general servant Ann Paine born Eastbourne.
     Mary died before 18 November 1861 in Eastbourne, Sussex. In 1868, A handbook for visitors to East-Bourne: In regard to the great increase of the Marne part of the town, it may be mentioned that an old inhabitant, who died in 1861, at the age of 100, a Mrs Heatherly, - once stated that in her youth, there were but seven houses at the Sea side. She was buried on 18 November 1861 in St Mary, Eastbourne.

Child of Mary Norris and John Heatherly

Sarah Jane Norris

(circa 1833 - 1 July 1916)
     Sarah Jane Norris was born circa 1833. Sarah was a domestic servant.
     Sarah Jane Norris married John Jeffrey Sargeant, son of John Sergeant and Jane Bartlett, on 1 August 1852 in West Hackney, Middlesex, England.
     Sarah Jane Norris and John Jeffrey Sargeant arrived per "Australasian" on 5 December 1852 at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. John Sargent aged 20, married, read & write, Prostestant, native place England, Qualifications Blacksmith labourer or shopman?; Sarah Sargent aged 19, ditto, domestic servant. Disposal list: Date of hiring 13th John Sarjeant & Sarah Sarjent (sic), name & residence of employer- Joseph Moir, Murray St., term of agreement 6 years, rate of wages 50/-, signed by Joseph Moir. The ship departed Plymouth with 221 immigrants.      
Sarah Jane Norris and John Jeffrey Sargeant emigrated from Hobart on 29 July 1859 to Canterbury, New Zealand, per "Oriental". To Canterbury New Zealand with wife & 2 children as steerage passengers on the "Oriental" from Hobart Town 29 July 1859 [Canterbury Museum shipping index].
     Sarah died on 1 July 1916 in Christchurch, New Zealand.

Children of Sarah Jane Norris and John Jeffrey Sargeant

Thomas Norris

(19 January 1820 - )
     Thomas Norris was christened on 19 January 1820 in St Mary, Lambeth, Surrey. He was the son of Thomas Heaton Norris and Sarah Elizabeth Dempster.