Abigail Fassett1,2

b. 27 December 1781, d. 29 May 1811
     Abigail Fassett was born on 27 December 1781 in Shrewsbury, Worcester County, Massachusetts.3,2 She was the daughter of Johnathan Fassett and Sarah Davis.3,2 Abigail Fassett married Asahel Noyes, son of Daniel Noyes and Ruth Read, on 23 September 1802 in Boylston, Worcester County, Massachusetts. The intentions were published Sept. 4, 1802.3,4 Abigail Fassett died on 29 May 1811 in Shrewsbury, Worcester County, Massachusetts, at age 29 12 days after the birth of her third child.3,5 She was buried in Mountain View Cemetery, Shrewsbury, Worcester County, Massachusetts.6,7
     Abigail also went by the nickname Nabby.3,2

Children of Abigail Fassett and Asahel Noyes

Citations

  1. [S23] "Joan Noyes' notes," Joan Noyes, c 1945 Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  2. [S830] Early VR Worcester Co. MA (published), Vital records of Shrewsbury.
  3. [S29] Paul Noyes' research, online noyes.rootsweb.com.
  4. [S830] Early VR Worcester Co. MA (published), Vital records of Boylston.
  5. [S1110]
  6. [S947] John O'Bryan, "Email from John O'Bryan," e-mail to Ann GUlbransen, October 16, 2006.
  7. [S653] Biography/Burial Data, online www.findagrave.com.
Last Edited=25 Feb 2014

Daniel Noyes1,2,3,4

b. 10 June 1740, d. 1 February 1824
     Daniel Noyes was born on 10 June 1740 in Sudbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay.1,3 He was the son of Joseph Noyes and Elizabeth Gilbert.3,4 Daniel Noyes married as his first wife Ruth Read, daughter of Isaac Read and Experience Willis, on 1 November 1764 in Sudbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay.1,3,4 Daniel Noyes married as his second wife Abigail Lynde in 1816.5 Daniel Noyes died on 1 February 1824 in Shrewsbury, Worcester County, Massachusetts, at age 83 His headstone says May 3, 1824.1,4,6,7 He was buried in Mountain View Cemetery, Shrewsbury, Worcester County, Massachusetts.5,7
     He was selectman for twelve years and assessor four years. He is credited with Revolutionary War service.1

Children of Daniel Noyes and Ruth Read

Citations

  1. [S29] Paul Noyes' research, online noyes.rootsweb.com.
  2. [S23] "Joan Noyes' notes," Joan Noyes, c 1945 Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  3. [S750] Early VR Middlesex Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Sudbury.
  4. [S789] Frances McTeer and Frederick C. Warner, "The Willis Family."
  5. [S653] Biography/Burial Data, online www.findagrave.com.
  6. [S830] Early VR Worcester Co. MA (published), Vital records of Shrewsbury.
  7. [S947] John O'Bryan, "Email from John O'Bryan," e-mail to Ann GUlbransen, October 16, 2006.
Last Edited=23 Jan 2007

Ruth Read1,2,3

b. 31 August 1743, d. 2 December 1812
     Ruth Read was born on 31 August 1743 in Sudbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay.4,2,3 She was the daughter of Isaac Read and Experience Willis.2,3 Ruth Read married Daniel Noyes, son of Joseph Noyes and Elizabeth Gilbert, on 1 November 1764 in Sudbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay.4,2,3 Ruth Read died on 2 December 1812 in Shrewsbury, Worcester County, Massachusetts, at age 69.4,3,5 She was buried in Mountain View Cemetery, Shrewsbury, Worcester County, Massachusetts.5

Children of Ruth Read and Daniel Noyes

Citations

  1. [S23] "Joan Noyes' notes," Joan Noyes, c 1945 Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  2. [S750] Early VR Middlesex Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Sudbury.
  3. [S789] Frances McTeer and Frederick C. Warner, "The Willis Family."
  4. [S29] Paul Noyes' research, online noyes.rootsweb.com.
  5. [S653] Biography/Burial Data, online www.findagrave.com.
  6. [S830] Early VR Worcester Co. MA (published), Vital records of Shrewsbury.
Last Edited=23 Jan 2007

Joseph Noyes1,2,3

b. 14 July 1710, d. 13 December 1754
     Joseph Noyes was born on 14 July 1710 in Sudbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay.1,2,3 He was the son of Joseph Noyes and Ruth Haynes.2,3 Joseph Noyes married Elizabeth Gilbert, daughter of Daniel Gilbert and Elizabeth Porter, on 18 November 1734 in Sudbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay.4,2,3,5,1 Joseph Noyes died on 13 December 1754 in Newbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay, at age 44.1,6

Children of Joseph Noyes and Elizabeth Gilbert

Citations

  1. [S29] Paul Noyes' research, online noyes.rootsweb.com.
  2. [S750] Early VR Middlesex Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Sudbury.
  3. [S300] Edmund Rice Website, online www.widowmaker.com/~gwk/era.
  4. [S1091] Marriage Record.
  5. [S937] Homer W. Brainard and Clarence A. Torrey, Gilberts of New England.
  6. [S843] Early VR Essex Co. MA (published), Vital records of Newbury.
  7. [S789] Frances McTeer and Frederick C. Warner, "The Willis Family."
Last Edited=7 Jan 2017

Elizabeth Gilbert1,2

b. before 13 November 1713, d. date unknown
     Elizabeth Gilbert was born before 13 November 1713 in Province of Massachusetts Bay.3 She was baptized on 13 November 1713 in Wenham, Province of Massachusetts Bay.3 She was the daughter of Daniel Gilbert and Elizabeth Porter.4 Elizabeth Gilbert married Joseph Noyes, son of Joseph Noyes and Ruth Haynes, on 18 November 1734 in Sudbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay.5,6,2,3,1 Her death date has not been found.
     Elizabeth was also known as Gilbird. Elizabeth was also known as Gilberd.

Children of Elizabeth Gilbert and Joseph Noyes

Citations

  1. [S29] Paul Noyes' research, online noyes.rootsweb.com.
  2. [S300] Edmund Rice Website, online www.widowmaker.com/~gwk/era.
  3. [S937] Homer W. Brainard and Clarence A. Torrey, Gilberts of New England.
  4. [S195] Debra Jean Williams Faust, "The Faust/Williams Connection & Associated Families", Feb. 25, 2002, unverified.
  5. [S1091] Marriage Record.
  6. [S750] Early VR Middlesex Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Sudbury.
  7. [S789] Frances McTeer and Frederick C. Warner, "The Willis Family."
Last Edited=7 Jan 2017

Joseph Noyes1,2

b. 16 August 1663, d. date unknown
     Joseph Noyes was born on 16 August 1663 in Sudbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1,2 He was the son of Deacon Joseph Noyes and Mary Darvell.2 Joseph Noyes married Ruth Haynes, daughter of John Haynes and Dorothy Noyes, on 20 December 1693 in Sudbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay.1,2 Joseph Noyes married as his second wife Sarah Gilbert, daughter of Deacon John Gilbert and Elizabeth Kilham, after 1727.3 His death date has not been found.
     Joseph Noyes was Sudbury constable for several years after 1713 in 1713.

Children of Joseph Noyes and Ruth Haynes

Citations

  1. [S29] Paul Noyes' research, online noyes.rootsweb.com.
  2. [S750] Early VR Middlesex Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Sudbury.
  3. [S937] Homer W. Brainard and Clarence A. Torrey, Gilberts of New England.
  4. [S300] Edmund Rice Website, online www.widowmaker.com/~gwk/era.
Last Edited=23 Jan 2007

Ruth Haynes1,2

b. 17 April 1668, d. 22 May 1727
     Ruth Haynes was born on 17 April 1668 in Sudbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1,2 She was the daughter of John Haynes and Dorothy Noyes.2 Ruth Haynes married Joseph Noyes, son of Deacon Joseph Noyes and Mary Darvell, on 20 December 1693 in Sudbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay.1,2 Ruth Haynes died on 22 May 1727 in Sudbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay, at age 59.1,2

Children of Ruth Haynes and Joseph Noyes

Citations

  1. [S29] Paul Noyes' research, online noyes.rootsweb.com.
  2. [S750] Early VR Middlesex Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Sudbury.
  3. [S300] Edmund Rice Website, online www.widowmaker.com/~gwk/era.
Last Edited=22 Jan 2007

Deacon Joseph Noyes1,2,3

b. 14 October 1637, d. 16 November 1717
     Deacon Joseph Noyes was born on 14 October 1637 in Newbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony, now Essex County.1,3 He was the son of Rev. James Noyes and Sarah Brown.2,3 Deacon Joseph Noyes married as his first wife Mary Darvell, daughter of Robert Darvell and Hester (?), on 12 November 1662 in Sudbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1,4,2,3 Deacon Joseph Noyes married as his first wife Mary Duntser on 14 July 1680 in Sudbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony.4,3 Deacon Joseph Noyes died on 16 November 1717 in Sudbury, Province of Massachusetts Bay, at age 80.1,4,2
     He became a freeman on 31 March 1657.3 He was elected between 1662 and 1690 in Sudbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony, Selectman.

Savage, Vol. 3, p 297 "Shattuck, in Farmer, says he was selectman 28 yrs from 1662, yet we find not his name among the freem of the Col He was appointed constable 1667 and 1668, justice of the peace in 1679, and many other offices He was a man of considerable properly, owning a number of slaves."

Paul Noyes wrote: "The earliest mention of Joseph in the Sudbury records when he was chosen as one of the selectmen, which office he held over twenly-eight years."1

Children of Deacon Joseph Noyes and Mary Darvell

Citations

  1. [S29] Paul Noyes' research, online noyes.rootsweb.com.
  2. [S300] Edmund Rice Website, online www.widowmaker.com/~gwk/era.
  3. [S736] Great Migration Online, online www.greatmigrationonline.org.
  4. [S750] Early VR Middlesex Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Sudbury.
Last Edited=22 Dec 2007

Mary Darvell1,2,3,4

b. 10 May 1642, d. 24 September 1677
     Mary Darvell was born on 10 May 1642 in Sudbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony, now Middlesex County.1,2 She was the daughter of Robert Darvell and Hester (?)2,4 Mary Darvell married Deacon Joseph Noyes, son of Rev. James Noyes and Sarah Brown, on 12 November 1662 in Sudbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1,2,3,4 Mary Darvell died on 24 September 1677 in Sudbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony, at age 35.1,2

Children of Mary Darvell and Deacon Joseph Noyes

Citations

  1. [S29] Paul Noyes' research, online noyes.rootsweb.com.
  2. [S750] Early VR Middlesex Co. MA (published), Vital Records of Sudbury.
  3. [S300] Edmund Rice Website, online www.widowmaker.com/~gwk/era.
  4. [S736] Great Migration Online, online www.greatmigrationonline.org.
Last Edited=22 Dec 2007

Rev. James Noyes1,2,3

b. 22 October 1608, d. 22 October 1656
     Rev. James Noyes was born on 22 October 1608 in Cholderton, Wiltshire, England.1,2,4,3 He was the son of Rev William Noyes and Anne Parker.3 Rev. James Noyes married Sarah Brown, daughter of Joseph Browne and Sarah (?), on 21 March 1633/34 in Romsey, Hampshire, England.1,2,3 Rev. James Noyes died on 22 October 1656 in Newbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony, at age 48.1,2,4,3,5 He was buried in Bard Essex Cemetery, Massachusetts Bay Colony.6
     He matriculated at Brasenose College, Oxford but did not graduate.2 He and Sarah Brown immigrated on the Mary & John, departing from London, England March 24, 1633/4, arriving circa May 1634 in Dorchester, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1,7,5 Rev. James Noyes became a freeman on 3 September 1634 in Medford, Massachusetts Bay Colony, now Middlesex County.2,3 He lived in Newbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony, now Essex County, in May 1635 where he was one of the first settlers..2 He left a will on 17 October 1656 in Newbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony. His will leaves disposal of all his posessions to his wife as long as she remains single. See www.rootsweb.com/~maessex/wills/noyesj.htm.

(The will of Rev. James Noyes, teacher of the church in Newbury, was proved in the Salem court Nov. 26, 1656. The following copy is transcribed from the original on file in the office of the clerk of courts, at Salem, volume III, leaf 56:
The Last will and Teastament of James Noies.

my will is that my wife shall have the rule and ordering with the difsposing of all my substance I haue; while she keepeth hir selfe in an unmaryed Condition, And That she will Take counsayle of my Loving ffriends Cozen Thomas Parker my brother Nicholas Noys + Wm Gerrish; But if she difsposeth hir selfe in way of marryage then my will is; That my ffriends A[b]ove mentioned shall have the difsposing of all for the portions of my wife And Children as they shall see meete; in witness hearof I have put my hand this 17th ocktob : 1656.

James Noies

Witnes Wm Gerrish Richard Browne Robert Long.1,2 His will was proved/probated on 26 November 1656 in Salem, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1

Joan Noyes wrote: "Noyes comes from des Noyers. William des Noyers was a military commander of William the Conquerer. He was called one of the Barons of the Conquerer and is mentioned in the Doomsday book."

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Savage, Vol 3: "JAMES, Newbury, one of the two first min. b. 1608, at Choulderton, in Wilts, near the edge of Hants, betw. Amesbury in W. and Andover in H. s. of Rev. William, who was instit. I find by the registry of that diocese, in 1602 as rector, but in 1621, resign. in favor of Nathan Noyes. His mo. was sis. of Robert Parker a very learned Puritan, driv. to Holland for his heterodoxy a. forms; and he was bred at Brazen Nose, Oxford, as his nephew, Rev. Nicholas in his acco. for Magn. III. cap. 25, Append. writes, and was call. away by his cous. Thomas Parker to assist him at the sch. of Newbury, in Berksh. He m. 1634, Sarah, eldest d. of Mr. Joseph Brown of Southampton, and in Mar. of that yr. emb. for N. E. in co. with his br. Nicholas and cous. Thomas Parker, in the Mary and John of London, preach. some short time at Medford, was freem. 3 Sept. 1634, and invit. to Watertown ch. but in 1635 went to Newbury, and tho younger than his collea. cous. d. first, 22 Oct. 1656. His will, made five days bef. ment. w. Sarah and ch. br. Rev. Nicholas N. and cous. Rev. Thomas Parker; the inv. show. good est. We owe gratitude to Mather for rare modesty in being content with the faithful and judic. contrib. of the Salem kinsman, of wh. in our day Eliot's Biogr. Dict. has well abbrev. the charact."

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Paul Noyes wrote: "Descendants of Reverend William Noyes: James Noyes Rev. Born, 1608, in Cholderton, Wilts, England. Died, 22 Oct 1656, in Newbury, Massachusetts. He married Sarah Brown, daughter of Joseph Brown, 1633. Matriculated at Brasenose College, Oxford University, 22 Aug 1627, but was not graduated. In Mar 1633, he and his wife Sarah, brother Nicholas, and cousin Thomas Parker, with others, took the oath of "Supremacy and Allegiance", to pass for New England, in the "Mary and John", of London, Robert Sayres, master.

In 1633-34 he preached in Mystic, now Medford, Massachusetts and was made freeman 3 Sep 1634, was invited to Watertown but declined and with his brother Nicholas and cousin Thomas Parker, was among the first settlers of Newbury, Massachusetts in May 1634 or 35. Rev. Mr. Parker and Rev. Mr. Noyes began, almost immediately, to form a church. The first meeting was on the Sabbath and held in the open air, under a tree. Rev. Mr. Parker was chosen pastor "in the waye of church discipline which he then preached for, the congregational waye" (Newbury, p.17). Mr. James Noyes was, at the same time, chosen teacher of the church and remained so for more than 20 years. Will made 17 Oct 1656, five days before his death, and proved 26 Nov 1656. In it he mentions wife Sara and children, brother Deacon Nicholas Noyes and cousin Rev. Thomas Parker. Inventory of estate amounted to £657, 11 shillings, 4 penney.

On IGI as parents, but no marriage is recorded here James is listed as being born of "Godly parents". His own father was a minister of "the same town". One of James' sons was one of the founders of Yale University. James married Sarah Brown not long before coming to New England in 1634. He was married to Sarah BROWN before 1634 in England.

Rev. Nicholas Noyes' Account of His Uncle Rev. James Noyes Mather's "Magnolia"

"Mr. James Noyes was born in 1608, in Choulderton, Wiltshire, of Godly parents. His father was a Minister of the same town - a very learned man, - the school-master of Mr. Robert Parker, and he had much of his education and tutorage under Mr. Thomas Parker.

He was called by him from Brazen Nose College in Oxford, to help him in teaching the Free School at Newbury, where they taught school together til the time they came to New England.

He was converted in his youth by the ministry of Dr. Twiss and Mr. Thomas Parker, and was admired for his piety, and his virtue in his younger years. The reason of his coming to New England was because he could not comply with the ceremonies of the Church of England.

He was married in England to Miss Sarah Brown, of South Hampton, not long before he came to New England, which was in 1634.

Noyes-Gilman: "Soon after being called to teach in the Free School at Newbury, England, Sir Richard Saltonstall, Henry Sewall, Richard and Stephen Drummer and others were organizing a colony for the purpose of stock-raising in New England, and they interested in their enterprise many Wiltshire men. These, with Rev. Thomas Parker as their spiritual guide and teacher, became the nucleus of the colony, and through their cousin, both James, then but twenty-five, and his younger brother Nicholas joined the colony. James married Sarah Brown before emigrating.

In the same ship came Mr. Thomas Parker, Mr. James Noyes, and a younger brother, Nicholas Noyes, who was then a single man; Mr. Parker and Mr. Noyes, and others that came over with them, fasted and prayed together many times before they undertook this voyage; and on the sea Mr. Parker and Mr. Noyes preached or expounded, one in the forenoon, and the other in the afternoon, every day during the voyage, unless some extraordinary thing intervened; and were abundant in prayer.

When they arrived, Mr. Parker was first called to preach at Ipswich, and Mr. Noyes at Mistick, at which places they continued nigh a year. He had a motion made unto him to be minister at Watertown; but Mr. Parker and others of his acquaintance, settling at Newbury, and gathering a tenth of the churches in the colony, and calling Mr. Noyes to be teacher of it, he preferred that place, being loth to be separated from Mr. Parker and brethren that had so often fasted and prayed together, both in England and on the Atlantic sea. So he became the teacher of that church, and continued, painful and successful in that station something above twenty years, without any considerable trouble in the church.

Notwithstanding his principles, as to Dicipline were something differing from many of his brethren, there was such condescension on both parts, that peace and order were not interrupted.

He was much loved and honored in Newbury, - his memory is precious there to this day, and his Catechism (which is a publick and standing testimony of his understanding, and orthodoxy in the principles of religion), is publicly and privately used in that town hitherto. He was very learned in the Tongues, and in the Greek, excelled most. He was much read in the Fathers and the Schoolmen, and much esteemed in the Ministry.

His conversation was so unquestionably Godly, that they who differed from him in the smaller matters as to discipline, held a most amicable correspondence with him, and had an high estimate of him. *** He was as religious at home as abroad, in his family and in secret, as he was publickly; and they that best knew him, most loved and esteemed him. *** He had a long and tedious sickness, which he bore patiently and cheerfully; and he died joyfully, in the forty-eighth year of his age, Oct. 22, 1656. He left six sons and two daughters, all of which lived to be married and have children, though since one son and one dughter be dead. He hath now living, fifty-six children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren; and his brother that came over with him a single man, is, through the mercy of God, yet living, and hath of children; grandchildren and great-grandchildren, above an hundred; which is an instance of divine favor, in making the families of his servants in the wilderness like a Flock."

"Massachusetts + Maine Families in the Ancestry of Walter Goodwin Davis"

He also calls 'Thomas Parker' the cousin of James + William (p. 57):

"James matriculated at Brasenose College, Oxford, on Aug. 22, 1627, but did not graduate, having been persuaded by his cousin, Mr. Thomas Parker, to help him teach the free school at Newbury in Berkshire and to continue his own education with him. When the Mary and John reached Boston in New England in May, 1634, on the voyage from Southampton, these two cousins and several other kinsmen, including James's brother Nicholas, were among the passengers. Parker and Noyes took the Freeman's Oath on Sept. 3, 1634...."

"Mr. [James] Noyes's will, made Oct. 17, 1656, gave to his wife while unmarried the ordering of his substance, she to take counsel of cousin Thomas Parker, brother Nicholas Noyes and William Gerrish." [Essex Probate , I:245]

"Mrs. [James] Noyes cared for Mr. Parker during his years of blindness and his feeble health until his death on April 24, 1677. By his will she was given all his Newbury property, except land in possession of Nicholas Noyes, and all arrears due for his ministry." [Ibid., III:153]

Among his printed works are "A Catechism for Children", 1641, "The Temple Measured", 1647, "Moses and Aaron", 1661; the last two are at the Massachusetts Historical Society."1

Children of Rev. James Noyes and Sarah Brown

Citations

  1. [S29] Paul Noyes' research, online noyes.rootsweb.com.
  2. [S558] James Atkins Noyes, "Noyes Pedigree."
  3. [S736] Great Migration Online, online www.greatmigrationonline.org.
  4. [S843] Early VR Essex Co. MA (published), Vital records of Newbury.
  5. [S1140] Merideth B. Colkert, Founders of Early American Families.
  6. [S653] Biography/Burial Data, online www.findagrave.com.
  7. [S715] English-America, online www.english-america.com.
  8. [S300] Edmund Rice Website, online www.widowmaker.com/~gwk/era.
  9. [S794] Samuel B. Doggett, "James Noyes Letters."
  10. [S1152] Barbara Lambert Merrick, MF 24 Brewster.
  11. [S700] George Dudley Seymour, Capt. Nathan Hale.
Last Edited=9 Feb 2015

Sarah Brown1,2,3

b. circa 1610, d. 13 September 1691
     Sarah Brown was born circa 1610 in England.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Browne and Sarah (?)2,3 Sarah Brown married Rev. James Noyes, son of Rev William Noyes and Anne Parker, on 21 March 1633/34 in Romsey, Hampshire, England.1,2,3 Sarah Brown died on 13 September 1691 in Newbury, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1,2
     She and Rev. James Noyes immigrated on the Mary & John, departing from London, England March 24, 1633/4, arriving circa May 1634 in Dorchester, Massachusetts Bay Colony.1,4,5 Sarah Brown left a will on 11 November 1681.1

Children of Sarah Brown and Rev. James Noyes

Citations

  1. [S29] Paul Noyes' research, online noyes.rootsweb.com.
  2. [S558] James Atkins Noyes, "Noyes Pedigree."
  3. [S736] Great Migration Online, online www.greatmigrationonline.org.
  4. [S715] English-America, online www.english-america.com.
  5. [S1140] Merideth B. Colkert, Founders of Early American Families.
  6. [S300] Edmund Rice Website, online www.widowmaker.com/~gwk/era.
  7. [S794] Samuel B. Doggett, "James Noyes Letters."
  8. [S843] Early VR Essex Co. MA (published), Vital records of Newbury.
  9. [S1152] Barbara Lambert Merrick, MF 24 Brewster.
Last Edited=9 Feb 2015

Harry Flint Noyes1,2,3

b. 17 December 1870, d. 11 July 1879
     Harry Flint Noyes was born on 17 December 1870 in New York, New York County, New York.1,4,2,3 He was the son of Henry Drury Noyes M.D. and Anna Margaret Grant. Harry Flint Noyes died on 11 July 1879 in Monmouth Beach, Monmouth County, New Jersey, at age 8. The boy was on a boat with many others when a boom struck him on the head and he was knocked overboard. He never came up. The boatman, a James Darwin, dared not leave the boat to go in after him because he had other children in the boat who would be endangered without him, especially if they would panic. All night the river was dragged for the body, to no avail, and on the 12th of July it was found.3,5,6 He was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey.3,5
     He appeared on the 1870 Federal census of 73 Madison Avenue, New York, New York County, New York, in the household of his parents Henry Drury Noyes M.D. and Anna Margaret Grant.7

Citations

  1. [S23] "Joan Noyes' notes," Joan Noyes, c 1945 Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  2. [S491] Arthur Hastings Grant, Grant Family.
  3. [S754] Harry Flint Noyes Tombstone, Photographed by Ann Fox Gulbransen, May 16, 2005. Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  4. [S29] Paul Noyes' research, online noyes.rootsweb.com.
  5. [S732] Evergreen Cemetery Record.
  6. [S1033] Susan Moyers, "Email from Susan Moyers," e-mail to Ann Gulbransen, 20 January, 1009, citing information on NewsArchive.com.
  7. [S671] 1870 United States Federal Census, NY, M593_1050, p. 399.
Last Edited=20 Jan 2009

Isabel Beveridge Noyes1,2,3

b. 9 November 1872, d. 14 March 1903
     Isabel Beveridge Noyes was born on 9 November 1872 in New York, New York County, New York.4,1,2,3 She was the daughter of Henry Drury Noyes M.D. and Anna Margaret Grant.5 Isabel Beveridge Noyes married Glen Wright.3 Isabel Beveridge Noyes died on 14 March 1903 in New York, New York County, New York, at age 30 of an ovarian cyst.6,3 She was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey.6,3
     She appeared on the 1880 Federal census of New York, New York in the household of her parents Henry Drury Noyes M.D. and Anna Margaret Grant.5

Citations

  1. [S23] "Joan Noyes' notes," Joan Noyes, c 1945 Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  2. [S491] Arthur Hastings Grant, Grant Family.
  3. [S754] Isabel Noyes Wright Tombstone, Photographed by Ann Fox Gulbransen, May 16, 2005. Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  4. [S29] Paul Noyes' research, online noyes.rootsweb.com.
  5. [S672] 1880 United States Federal Census, NY, T9_880, p. 415a.
  6. [S732] Evergreen Cemetery Record.
Last Edited=28 Nov 2006

Glen Wright

b. June 1869, d. date unknown
     Glen Wright was born in June 1869 in Ohio.1 He married Isabel Beveridge Noyes, daughter of Henry Drury Noyes M.D. and Anna Margaret Grant.2 His death date has not been found.
     Glen Wright appeared on the 1900 Federal census of Manhattan, New York County, New York, enumerated 14 June 1900 living in a boarding house. He was an iron merchant..1 He appeared on the 1910 Federal census of Manhattan, New York County, New York, enumerated 19 April 1910 along with a second wife, Ethel..3 He appeared on the 1920 Federal census of Manhattan, New York County, New York, enumerated 20 January 1920 along with his second wife Ethel.4

Citations

  1. [S673] 1900 United States Federal Census, NY, Roll: T623 1111; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 686.
  2. [S754] Isabel Noyes Wright Tombstone, Photographed by Ann Fox Gulbransen, May 16, 2005. Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  3. [S674] 1910 United States Federal Census, NY, Series: T624; Roll: 1036; Page: 100B; Enumeration District: 985; Part: 2; Line: 51.
  4. [S675] 1920 United States Federal Census, NY, Roll: T625_1213; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 1080; Image: 488.
Last Edited=28 Nov 2006

Alice Adelia Noyes1,2,3

b. 21 July 1875, d. 17 November 1876
     Alice Adelia Noyes was born on 21 July 1875 in New York, New York County, New York.1,4,2,3 She was the daughter of Henry Drury Noyes M.D. and Anna Margaret Grant. Alice Adelia Noyes died on 17 November 1876 in New York, New York County, New York, at age 1.2,3 She was buried in Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey.5,6 She was re-buried on 13 December 1877 in the family plot in Evergreen Cemetery, Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey; lot I-47.6,3

Citations

  1. [S23] "Joan Noyes' notes," Joan Noyes, c 1945 Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  2. [S491] Arthur Hastings Grant, Grant Family.
  3. [S754] Alice Adelia Noyes Tombstone, Photographed by Ann Fox Gulbransen, May 16, 2005. Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  4. [S29] Paul Noyes' research, online noyes.rootsweb.com.
  5. [S272] "Headstone", Evergreen Cemetery Tombstone Inscriptions, copied by Kemper Chambers 1974-5.
  6. [S732] Evergreen Cemetery Record.
Last Edited=30 Dec 2007

Margaret Grace Noyes1,2,3

b. 30 March 1882, d. 23 December 1909
     Margaret Grace Noyes was born on 30 March 1882 in New York, New York County, New York. Her tombstone says Mar. 31, 1882.4,1,2,3 She was the daughter of Henry Drury Noyes M.D. and Anna Margaret Grant. Margaret Grace Noyes married Francis Hutchins.3 Margaret Grace Noyes died on 23 December 1909 in New Rochelle, Westchester County, New York, at age 27 of exhaustion and endocarditis.5,3 She was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey.5,3

Citations

  1. [S23] "Joan Noyes' notes," Joan Noyes, c 1945 Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  2. [S491] Arthur Hastings Grant, Grant Family.
  3. [S754] Margaret Noyes Hutchins Tombstone, Photographed by Ann Fox Gulbransen, May 16, 2005. Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  4. [S29] Paul Noyes' research, online noyes.rootsweb.com.
  5. [S732] Evergreen Cemetery Record.
Last Edited=28 Nov 2006

Francis Hutchins

b. date unknown
     His birth and death dates are unknown. Francis Hutchins married Margaret Grace Noyes, daughter of Henry Drury Noyes M.D. and Anna Margaret Grant.1

Citations

  1. [S754] Margaret Noyes Hutchins Tombstone, Photographed by Ann Fox Gulbransen, May 16, 2005. Collection of A. Gulbransen.
Last Edited=28 Nov 2006

James Nicholas Noyes1

     James Nicholas Noyes is the son of Frank Noyes and Isabel Beveridge Noyes.1 James Nicholas Noyes married Emily Trowbridge on 23 December 1961.

Citations

  1. [S12] "The Patricia Fox Papers - Cousins Project," Patricia Noyes, 1990 Collection of A. Gulbransen.
Last Edited=5 Jul 2008

Isabel Clark Noyes1

     Isabel Clark Noyes is the daughter of Frank Noyes and Isabel Beveridge Noyes.1 Isabel Clark Noyes married John Paynor Colotelo on 11 March 1964 in New York, New York County, New York.2

Citations

  1. [S12] "The Patricia Fox Papers - Cousins Project," Patricia Noyes, 1990 Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  2. [S1026] Information from Noyes Cousins.
Last Edited=5 Jul 2008

Henry Wardwell Howell1

b. 27 January 1910, d. August 1980
     Henry Wardwell Howell was born on 27 January 1910 in Sewickley, Allegheny, Pennsylvania. He was the son of Rev. Alleyne C. Howell.2,3 He and Margaret Grant Noyes were engaged in January 1936.4 Henry Wardwell Howell married Margaret Grant Noyes, daughter of Dewitt Clinton Noyes and Esther Janet Pallen, on 13 September 1936 in New York, New York County, New York.3,5 Henry Wardwell Howell died in August 1980 in Cooperstown, Otsego County, New York, at age 70.2,1
     He and Margaret Grant Noyes appeared on the 1940 Federal census of New York, New York County, New York, enumerated 3 April 1940. Their daughter Janet Noyes was listed as living with them.6

Children of Henry Wardwell Howell and Margaret Grant Noyes

Citations

  1. [S12] "The Patricia Fox Papers - Cousins Project," Patricia Noyes, 1990 Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  2. [S66] Social Security Death Index.
  3. [S1026] Information from Noyes Cousins.
  4. [S1073] Engagement Announcement, New York Times, 1 Jan 1936.
  5. [S1072] Marriage Announcement, New York Times, 15 Sep 1936.
  6. [S1095] 1940 United States Federal Census, Year: 1940; Census Place: New York, New York, New York; Roll: T627_2659; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 31-1475.
Last Edited=27 Jul 2014

Janet Noyes Howell1

b. 11 May 1939, d. 27 May 2011
     Janet Noyes Howell was born on 11 May 1939 in Columbia Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York County, New York.2 She was the daughter of Henry Wardwell Howell and Margaret Grant Noyes. Janet Noyes Howell married Thomas R. Reddock on 26 September 1965 in Noroton, Fairfield County, Connecticut.2 Janet Noyes Howell died on 27 May 2011 at age 72.3
     Janet goes by the nickname Jenny. She appeared on the 1940 Federal census of New York, New York in the household of her parents Henry Wardwell Howell and Margaret Grant Noyes.4

Children of Janet Noyes Howell and Thomas R. Reddock

Citations

  1. [S12] "The Patricia Fox Papers - Cousins Project," Patricia Noyes, 1990 Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  2. [S1026] Information from Noyes Cousins.
  3. [S1067] Janet Lynn Reddock, "Email from Janet Reddock Hotz," e-mail to Ann Gulbransen, 27 May 2011.
  4. [S1095] 1940 United States Federal Census, Year: 1940; Census Place: New York, New York, New York; Roll: T627_2659; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 31-1475.
Last Edited=1 Jun 2011

Henry Wardwell Howell1

     Henry Wardwell Howell is the son of Henry Wardwell Howell and Margaret Grant Noyes. Henry Wardwell Howell married Barbara Connell on 7 June 1969 in Wellesley, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.2

Children of Henry Wardwell Howell and Barbara Connell

Citations

  1. [S12] "The Patricia Fox Papers - Cousins Project," Patricia Noyes, 1990 Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  2. [S1026] Information from Noyes Cousins.
Last Edited=5 Jul 2008

John Preston Potts

b. date unknown
     His birth and death dates are unknown. John Preston Potts married Janet Pallen Noyes, daughter of Dewitt Clinton Noyes and Esther Janet Pallen, on 9 April 1937 in The Carlysle, New York, New York County, New York.1,2 John Preston Potts and an unknown person were divorced before 1950.1

Citations

  1. [S12] "The Patricia Fox Papers - Cousins Project," Patricia Noyes, 1990 Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  2. [S1072] Marriage Announcement, New York Times, 10 Apr 1937.
Last Edited=31 Jul 2011

Lloyd Kenneth Jenson1

b. 20 March 1919, d. 10 May 1993
     Lloyd Kenneth Jenson was born on 20 March 1919 in Raymond, Sheridan County, Montana. He was the son of Jens Jenson and Carla Viker.2,3,4 He married Janet Pallen Noyes, daughter of Dewitt Clinton Noyes and Esther Janet Pallen, on 24 August 1946 in Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia.1,4 Lloyd Kenneth Jenson died on 10 May 1993 in Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia, at age 74.2
     He appeared on the 1930 Federal census of Bowbells, Burke County, North Dakota enumerated 5 April 1930 in the household of his parents Jens and Carla Jenson.3 He appeared on the 1940 Federal census of Sidney, Richland County, Montana enumerated 15 April 1940 in the household of his parents.5

Children of Lloyd Kenneth Jenson and Janet Pallen Noyes

Citations

  1. [S12] "The Patricia Fox Papers - Cousins Project," Patricia Noyes, 1990 Collection of A. Gulbransen.
  2. [S66] Social Security Death Index.
  3. [S676] 1930 United States Federal Census, ND, Roll: 1732; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 2; Image: 372.0.
  4. [S315] Marriage Certificate.
  5. [S1095] 1940 United States Federal Census, Year: 1940; Census Place: Sidney, Richland, Montana; Roll: T627_2228; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 42-5B.
Last Edited=25 May 2016

Deborah Noyes Jenson1

b. 27 March 1950, d. 1997
     Deborah Noyes Jenson was born on 27 March 1950. She was the daughter of Lloyd Kenneth Jenson and Janet Pallen Noyes. Deborah Noyes Jenson married Loy Bascue. Deborah Noyes Jenson died in 1997.

Citations

  1. [S12] "The Patricia Fox Papers - Cousins Project," Patricia Noyes, 1990 Collection of A. Gulbransen.
Last Edited=20 Jul 2006