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  1. Cyrenus Noe: Birth: 7 OCT 1805 in , Middlesex, New Jersey. Death: 24 NOV 1878 in Blue Mound, Macon County, IL

  2. Margaret Jane Noe: Birth: ABT 1807 in Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey, United States.

  3. Jessie Livingston Noe: Birth: ABT 1809 in Woodbrige, Middlesex, New Jersey, United States. Death: DECEASED

  4. Cornelia Noe: Birth: ABT 1825 in New Jersey, United States. Death: AFT 1850

  5. William Verity Noe: Birth: JUN 1828 in Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey. Death: 20 FEB 1910 in , Kings, New York

  6. Person Not Viewable


Sources
1. Source:   S254
2. Title:   A Noe Family in America Pierre Nuee, The Huguenot, and His Descendants Archive Record History of John Noe Born abt 1770-1828 Son of Daniel:
Note:   Information taken from the Archive Record Salt Lake City, Utah Family His
Text:   A Noe Family in America Pierre Nuee, The Huguenot, and His Descendants also: <p> BIRTH & MARRIAGE: Boston Transcript, Oct. 16, 1937. This record also list chilren. He married Susanna Dunham. <p> A Noe Family In America (Pierre Nuee, The Huguenot, and His Descendants) by David Hudson Pages 35-36 Copyright 2007 40. John Noe 5 (Daniel 4, Isaac 3, Jean 2, Pierre 1). John Noe was born about 1770 and died in 1828. He married Susanna Dunham who was born August 10, 1781 in Woodbridge, New Jersey and died August 18, 1876, Brooklyn, New York. After he died Susanna married second, on February 23, 1852 in Woodbridge, to Thomas Eddy of Woodbridge, who died in 1870. John was enrolled on the New Jersey militia census for Middlesex County in 1793 as �of Woodbridge, age 23.� John was admitted to the Woodbridge Presbyterian Church, April 13, 1810 and Susannah was admitted to the same church October 11, 1811. They were both dismissed to the Second Presbyterian Church, Woodbridge, May 5, 1825. Susannah was readmitted on November 27, 1829 as �Susan, widow of John Noe�. <p> Children: a. Margaret Jane, md. ______ Parent 103. b. Cyrenus, b. Oct. 7, 1805, Middlesex Co., NJ c. Jessie Livingston 104. d. Cornelia, b. ca. 1825, NJ e. Fanny, bapt. Sept. 27, 1810, Woodbridge Presby. Church 105. f. William Verity, b. 1828 (posthumous child) Sources: Woodbridge Presbyterian Church records; Correspondence of Mildred Bryan, Feb. 27, 1967; Middlesex Co., NJ 1850 census (Woodbridge); obituary of Susan Eddy, Brooklyn Daily Union, Aug. 19, 1876; Middlesex Co., NJ marriage recordsLess <p> Current Information taken from the Archive Record Salt Lake City, Utah Family History Library. Boston Transcript Oct 16 1937: Submitter was Theresa S. Hill of Logan, Utah. undefined
Publication:   "A Noe Family In America Copyright 2007 Book on CD
Source:   S1499
Author:   By David Hudson undefined David Hudson
Note continued:   tory Library. Boston Transcript Oct 16 1937: Submitter was Theresa S. Hill of Logan, Utah.
3. Source:   S1974
4. Source:   S1501
5. Title:   Church Records of Woodbridge, Middlesex, New Jersey Presbyterian Church Records Marriage of John Noe and Susanna Dunham in the Woodbridge Presbyterian Church,
Text:   A Noe Family In America (Pierre Nuee, The Huguenot, and His Descendants) by David Hudson Pages 35-36 Copyright 2007 40. John Noe 5 (Daniel 4, Isaac 3, Jean 2, Pierre 1). John Noe was born about 1770 and died in 1828. He married Susanna Dunham who was born August 10, 1781 in Woodbridge, New Jersey and died August 18, 1876, Brooklyn, New York. After he died Susanna married second, on February 23, 1852 in Woodbridge, to Thomas Eddy of Woodbridge, who died in 1870. John was enrolled on the New Jersey militia census for Middlesex County in 1793 as �of Woodbridge, age 23.� John was admitted to the Woodbridge Presbyterian Church, April 13, 1810 and Susannah was admitted to the same church October 11, 1811. They were both dismissed to the Second Presbyterian Church, Woodbridge, May 5, 1825. Susannah was readmitted on November 27, 1829 as �Susan, widow of John Noe�. <p> Children: a. Margaret Jane, md. ______ Parent 103. b. Cyrenus, b. Oct. 7, 1805, Middlesex Co., NJ c. Jessie Livingston 104. d. Cornelia, b. ca. 1825, NJ e. Fanny, bapt. Sept. 27, 1810, Woodbridge Presby. Church 105. f. William Verity, b. 1828 (posthumous child) Sources: Woodbridge Presbyterian Church records; Correspondence of Mildred Bryan, Feb. 27, 1967; Middlesex Co., NJ 1850 census (Woodbridge); obituary of Susan Eddy, Brooklyn Daily Union, Aug. 19, 1876; Middlesex Co., NJ marriage records
Source:   S1987

Notes
a. Note:   ) by David Hudson Pages 35-36 Copyright 2007 40. John Noe 5 (Daniel 4, Isaac 3, Jean 2, Pierre 1). John Noe was born about 1770 and died in 1828. He married Susanna Dunham who was born August 10, 1781 in Woodbridge, New Jersey and died August 18, 1876, Brooklyn, New York. After he died Susanna married second, on February 23, 1852 in Woodbridge, to Thomas Eddy of Woodbridge, who died in 1870. John was enrolled on the New Jersey militia census for Middlesex County in 1793 as �of Woodbridge, age 23.� John was admitted to the Woodbridge Presbyterian Church, April 13, 1810 and Susannah was admitted to the same church October 11, 1811. They were both dismissed to the Second Presbyterian Church, Woodbridge, May 5, 1825. Susannah was readmitted on November 27, 1829 as �Susan, widow of John Noe�.
Children: a. Margaret Jane, md. ______ Parent 103. b. Cyrenus, b. Oct. 7, 1805, Middlesex Co., NJ c. Jessie Livingston 104. d. Cornelia, b. ca. 1825, NJ e. Fanny, bapt. Sept. 27, 1810, Woodbridge Presby. Church 105. f. William Verity, b. 1828 (posthumous child) Sources: Woodbridge Presbyterian Church records; Correspondence of Mildred Bryan, Feb. 27, 1967; Middlesex Co., NJ 1850 census (Woodbridge); obituary of Susan Eddy, Brooklyn Daily Union, Aug. 19, 1876; Middlesex Co., NJ marriage records
Sources: Woodbridge Presbyterian Church records; Correspondence of Mildred Bryan, Feb. 27, 1967; Middlesex Co., NJ 1850 census (Woodbridge); obituary of Susan Eddy, Brooklyn Daily Union, Aug. 19, 1876; Middlesex Co., NJ marriage records
Note:   A Noe Family In America (Pierre Nuee, The Huguenot, and His Descendants


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