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Death John and Margaret Noble 1869-1871?
« on: Monday 10 August 09 13:34 BST (UK) »
 am trying to find details of John Noble & Margaret Noble (nee Pattison). I know that they were in Durham until until 1857 where they had two children. Their next 4 children (William, John, Thomas & Elizabeth) were born in America and then they were back in Durham by 1868 for the birth of their final two children who were born in Castle Eden.  John and Margaret are on the 1860 Census in America but just dissapear after this point.  All of the children are living with grandparents on the 1871 census.

Any help would be greatly appreciated
Thanks
Louise

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Re: Death John and Margaret Noble 1869-1871?
« Reply #1 on: Monday 10 August 09 16:38 BST (UK) »
Hi

You give no idea of the ages or places of birth for John & Margaret but there
are these deaths, the first one here is probably the same Margaret but the numbers are different

Deaths Mar Quarter 1871   
Noble    Margaret   aged 42    Easington    10a   241   
NOBLE    Margaret   aged 42    Easington    10a   244    This one I have looked at on the register and is the correct number

Also

Margaret Noble
born   abt 1836
Sep Quarter 1875 aged 39   Easington District     Durham
    10a 302

Of course, if one of them hasn't died they may have remarried.

I noticed that Mary Noble is given as the mother and not grandmother.

Wendy :)

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Re: Death John and Margaret Noble 1869-1871?
« Reply #2 on: Monday 10 August 09 18:21 BST (UK) »
Sorry, John Noble was born abt.1828 in Durham - Parents = William Noble and Mary Hutton. Margaret Pattison was born abt.1828 I don't have a birth place for Margaret - Parents = Thomas Pattison and Mary Coates.

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Louise

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Re: Death John and Margaret Noble 1869-1871?
« Reply #3 on: Friday 03 January 14 23:21 GMT (UK) »
hi louise,i am also decedent from john noble and margaret pattison. His mother who looked after the family from 1871 was Mary Cook (Cooke) when she married William Noble who was killed in mine explosion in 1838.   In 1849 she married William Hutton and should have put her name as Mary Hutton in 1871 census which she did so in the 1881     John Noble    (*)

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Re: Death John and Margaret Noble 1869-1871?
« Reply #4 on: Monday 17 February 14 04:14 GMT (UK) »
i am also descended from john and margaret noble and have other information about the family.  if louisecass could contact me  i would be to to help her.    john noble.

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Re: Death John and Margaret Noble 1869-1871?
« Reply #5 on: Saturday 22 February 14 18:38 GMT (UK) »
margaret noble aged 42yrs buried 14th jan 1871  st james castle eden
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Re: Death John and Margaret Noble 1869-1871?
« Reply #6 on: Sunday 04 March 18 03:34 GMT (UK) »
in 1851,john noble was a 23 year old  railway labourer and was a lodger 66 ropery lane throston,Hartlepool. Not wanting to work down the mine as his father William had been killed in mine explosion at  South Hetton he must have come to Hartlepool for work. The Hartlepool to cassop railway passed through Castle Eden Colliery ( Hesleden ) where sometime in the future he met and married Margaret Pattison in 1853. By 1860 when he migrated to america he was probably already a qualified engineer ( driver )     gg grandson, John Noble

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Re: Death John and Margaret Noble 1869-1871?
« Reply #7 on: Friday 11 May 18 04:28 BST (UK) »
in 1851, johns mother, Mary and William Hutton lived at castle eden colliery also the home of Margaret Pattison.