Persons with the Surname 'Noble'

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Noble
N140

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54 individuals have the surname 'Noble'.

Aaron Noble (about 1871—)
Amy Noble (24 Dec 1822—7 May 1903)
Ann Noble (—)
Ann Noble (between 1814 and 1846—)
Ann Noble (about 1843—)
Annie Bella Noble (about 1873—)
Benjamin Noble (—)
Benjamin Noble (between 1772 and 1814—)
Benjamin Noble (about 1794—before 1861)
Benjamin Noble (16 Dec 1833—26 May 1913)
Catherine Noble (about 1852—)
Charlotte Catherine Noble (18 Feb 1872—)
David Alexander Noble (26 Aug 1870—)
David Kennedy Noble (22 Aug 1892—)
Donald Noble (about 1857—)
Donald Noble (2 Mar 1890—)
Duff Cameron Noble (27 Aug 1859—6 Jul 1937)
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Elizabeth Noble (between 1804 and 1836—)
Elizabeth Noble (11 Jan 1847—14 Mar 1816)
Elizabeth Banden Noble (26 Sep 1855—7 Jan 1932)
Eva Noble (3 Apr 1885—)
Eva May Noble (about 1885—)
Fanny Noble (about 1826—16 Nov 1909)
George W. Noble (27 Apr 1885—)
Grace Noble (about 1865—)
Isabella Noble (about 1840—5 Oct 1914)
Isabella Gordon Noble (10 Nov 1878—)
James Noble (15 Jan 1834—5 Sep 1919)
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Jennie Christina Noble (16 May 1875—)
Jessie M. Noble (22 Nov 1858—)
John Noble (about 1812—11 Feb 1882)
John Noble (about 1839—)
John Noble (27 Jul 1853—)
John Albert Noble (about 1875—)
John Alexander Noble (5 Feb 1884—)
Joseph James Noble (12 Apr 1865—15 May 1903)
Margaret Noble (—)
Margaret Noble (—)
Marjorie A. Noble (5 Sep 1895—)
Mary Noble (about Dec 1807—7 Apr 1883)
Mary Noble (about 1821—)
Mary Noble (14 Sep 1855—1943)
Mary Helen Noble (27 May 1861—4 Jan 1933)
Minnie Anna Noble (14 Dec 1881—)
Myrtle Irene Noble (6 Sep 1896—22 Sep 1896)
Rachel Noble (14 Mar 1862—)
Sarah Noble (about 1808—18 May 1889)
Sarah Noble (about 1860—)
Vera Evelyn Noble (20 Sep 1899—Jul 1900)
William Noble (about 1832—)
William Noble (about 1844—)
William Noble (about 17 May 1870—28 Jul 1870)
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