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Martha Annie Noggle

F, #26, b. May 1878, d. 14 December 1948

Parents

FatherWilliam Christopher Noggle (b. January 1836, d. 14 July 1909)
MotherMartha J. "Mattie" Bryant (b. about 1846, d. about 1882)

Biography

Martha Annie Noggle was born in May 1878 in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+. She died on 14 December 1948 at age 70 in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+. She was buried at Fishing Creek Baptist Church CemeteryG+, in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+.1
As of 1 January 1902, Martha Annie Noggle was also known as Martha Annie Turner, -(Noggle.) She and Thomas Radford Turner had no issue.

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Thomas Radford Turner and Martha Annie Noggle1 January 1902Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
8 June 1880Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+2
6 June 1900Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+3
1910Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+4
1920Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+5
15 April 1930Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+6
12 April 1940Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+7
Last Edited16 December 2016

Citations

  1. [S1809] Ron, Compiler, Gedsite Cemeteries: Media Links to Source, new edition (link, 6 Feb 2017, RootsMagic & Gedsite, Software Land) p. 2, Fishing Creek
  2. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, Wilkes, Georgia, population schedule,179, enumeration district 132, p. 236A, dwelling/family 200, William C. Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed 11 Jun 2020.)
  3. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  4. [S1853] 1910 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  5. [S1854] 1920 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  6. [S1855] 1930 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  7. [S1856] 1940 US Federal Census, population schedule,Jenkins 178, enumeration district 157-17, p. p. 5A, dwelling/family 78, Tom Turner; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed 20 Oct 2014.)

Fanny E. Noggle

F, #27, b. 24 October 1879, d. 12 July 1957

Parents

FatherWilliam Christopher Noggle (b. January 1836, d. 14 July 1909)
MotherMartha J. "Mattie" Bryant (b. about 1846, d. about 1882)

Biography

Fanny E. Noggle was born on 24 October 1879 in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+. She died on 12 July 1957 at age 77 in Elbert, Georgia, United StatesG. She was buried at Rehobeth Baptist Church Cemetery in Elberton, Elbert, Georgia, United StatesG.1
As of 6 September 1908, Fanny E. Noggle was also known as Fanny E. Seymore, -(Noggle.) She had No Issue . no issue.

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
William G. Seymour and Fanny E. Noggle6 September 1908Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
8 June 1880Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+2
6 June 1900Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+3
1910Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+4
1920Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+5
7 April 1930Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+6
8 April 1940Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+7
Last Edited21 October 2014

Citations

  1. [S1809] Ron, Compiler, Gedsite Cemeteries: Media Links to Source, new edition (link, 6 Feb 2017, RootsMagic & Gedsite, Software Land) p. 2, Rehobeth-Elbert
  2. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, Wilkes, Georgia, population schedule,179, enumeration district 132, p. 236A, dwelling/family 200, William C. Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed 11 Jun 2020.)
  3. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  4. [S1853] 1910 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  5. [S1854] 1920 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  6. [S1855] 1930 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  7. [S1856] 1940 US Federal Census, population schedule,Donegal, Wilkes, Georgia, enumeration district 157-8, p. p. 5A, dwelling/family 88, Fannie Seymour; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed 21 Oct 2014.)

Richard Fortson Noggle

M, #28, b. 22 February 1881, d. 31 October 1961

Parents

FatherWilliam Christopher Noggle (b. January 1836, d. 14 July 1909)
MotherMartha J. "Mattie" Bryant (b. about 1846, d. about 1882)

Family 1: ? Tidwell (d. about 1904)

DaughterBaby Noggle (b. about 1904, d. about 1904)

Family 2: Sarah Cornelia ("Sallie") Howard (b. 26 October 1888, d. 30 October 1968)

DaughterRosa Mae Noggle (b. 5 October 1908, d. 7 September 1985)
SonAngelam Ed ("Angus") Noggle (b. 8 December 1909, d. 13 June 1961)
SonRichard Hugh Noggle (b. 4 July 1912, d. 14 June 1990)
SonMosley C. Noggle (b. 5 February 1914, d. 16 November 1968)
SonJames F. Noggle (b. about 1915, d. before 2 April 1930)
SonLoys C. Noggle (b. 14 April 1917, d. 20 February 1982)
DaughterMattie Gertrude Noggle+ (b. 27 April 1919, d. 23 February 1996)
SonRobert Lee Noggle+ (b. 27 March 1921)
SonHoward Albert Noggle (b. 18 December 1922, d. 10 September 1998)
SonEdwin Fortson Noggle (b. 24 September 1924, d. 11 May 1985)
DaughterMarjorie Noggle (b. 24 November 1925)
DaughterEdith Noggle (b. 6 July 1928)
1910 Federal Cenus-W G Seymour & Fannie

Biography

Richard Fortson Noggle was born on 22 February 1881 in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+. He died on 31 October 1961 at age 80 in Marietta, Cobb, GeorgiaG.1 He was buried at Harmony Grove Cemetary+ in Marietta, Cobb, GeorgiaG.2
Richard Fortson Noggle completed WWI Draft Registration on 18 September 1918 in Lincolnton, Lincoln, Georgia, United StatesG.3 He was convicted of Voluntary Manslaughter on 22 June 1932 in Dekalb, Georgia, United States.

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Richard Fortson Noggle and ? TidwellAbout 1902Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+
He and Sarah Cornelia ("Sallie") Howard29 December 1907Lincoln, Georgia, United StatesG

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
6 June 1900Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+4
21 April 1910Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+5
6 January 1920McDuffie, Georgia, United StatesG6
2 April 1930Danville, DeKalb, Georgia7
9 April 1940Cobb, Georgia, United States8
Last Edited17 July 2018

Citations

  1. [S1771] "Georgia Deaths, 1919-1998", digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed 6 Sep 2005), Richard F. Noggle
  2. [S1809] Ron, Compiler, Gedsite Cemeteries: Media Links to Source, new edition (link, 6 Feb 2017, RootsMagic & Gedsite, Software Land) p. 2, Harmony Grove
  3. [S1761] "U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918", digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 6 Oct 2009), Richard F. Noggle; citing
  4. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  5. [S1853] 1910 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  6. [S1854] 1920 US Federal Census, population schedule,Melid 274, enumeration district 67, p. p. 3B, dwelling/family 56/56, Richard F. Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed 9 Dec 2007.)
  7. [S1855] 1930 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  8. [S1856] 1940 US Federal Census, population schedule,Post Oak, enumeration district 33-28, p. pp. 3B-4A, dwelling/family 54, R F Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed 5 May 2014.)

Thomas Morgan ("Tom") Noggle

M, #29, b. 16 May 1885, d. 20 February 1953

Parents

FatherWilliam Christopher Noggle (b. January 1836, d. 14 July 1909)
MotherMary Elizabeth Bryant (b. October 1854, d. 3 May 1927)

Family: Zelma Briscoe Lee (b. 25 May 1886, d. 23 February 1924)

SonElcoe Lazarus Noggle+ (b. 30 November 1916, d. 9 November 1997)
DaughterAnnie Rumel Noggle (b. 22 July 1918, d. 5 February 1998)
DaughterDatez Margorie Noggle+ (b. 31 August 1919, d. 25 December 2010)
1910 Federal Cenus-W G Seymour & Fannie

Biography

Thomas Morgan ("Tom") Noggle was born on 16 May 1885 in Tignall, Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG.1 He died on 20 February 1953 at age 67 in Washington, Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG. Cong. heart failure.1 He was buried at Mallorysville Baptist Church CemeteryG+, in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+.1
Thomas Morgan ("Tom") Noggle completed WWI draft registration on 5 June 1917 in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+.2

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Thomas Morgan ("Tom") Noggle and Zelma Briscoe LeeAbout 1915Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
6 June 1900Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+3
1910Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+4
7 April 1930Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+5
Last Edited15 February 2017

Citations

  1. [S1374] (Mallorysville, Wilkes County, Georgia), Tom M. Noggle marker, personally read, 27 July 1993.
  2. [S1761] "U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918", digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 10 Jun 1917), Thomas Morgan Noggle; citing
  3. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  4. [S1853] 1910 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  5. [S1855] 1930 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Samuel J. Noggle

M, #30, b. 16 May 1891, d. 14 February 1924

Parents

FatherWilliam Christopher Noggle (b. January 1836, d. 14 July 1909)
MotherMary Elizabeth Bryant (b. October 1854, d. 3 May 1927)

Family: Laura Thomas (b. 10 October 1905, d. 30 April 1980)

DaughterMyrtle Lee Noggle (b. 16 March 1922, d. 6 January 1987)

Biography

Samuel J. Noggle was born on 16 May 1891 in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+.1 He died on 14 February 1924 at age 32 at National Sanitorium (Mountain Home VA) in Johnson City, Washington, Tennessee, United States.2 He was buried at Mallorysville Baptist Church CemeteryG+, in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+.1
Samuel J. Noggle completed WWI draft registration on 5 June 1917 in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+.3 He served in the military in 1918. Private, 129 Infantry 33 Division

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Samuel J. Noggle and Laura Thomas9 January 1921Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
6 June 1900Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+4
7 January 1920Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+5
Last Edited11 June 2020

Citations

  1. [S1374] (Mallorysville, Wilkes County, Georgia), Samuel J. Noggle marker, personally read, 27 July 1993.
  2. [S1832] "Tennessee, Death Records, 1908-1958", online database 2011, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed 11 Jun 2020), Sam Noggle; Tennessee State Library and Archives
  3. [S1761] "U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918", digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 9 Jun 2010), Samuel Noggle; citing
  4. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  5. [S1854] 1920 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Laura Thomas

F, #31, b. 10 October 1905, d. 30 April 1980

Family: Samuel J. Noggle (b. 16 May 1891, d. 14 February 1924)

DaughterMyrtle Lee Noggle (b. 16 March 1922, d. 6 January 1987)

Biography

Laura Thomas was born on 10 October 1905 in GeorgiaG. She died on 30 April 1980 at age 74 in Winder, Barrow, Georgia, United States. She was buried at Chapel Christian Church CemeteryG+, in Winder, Barrow, Georgia, United States.1
As of 9 January 1921, Laura Thomas was also known as Laura Noggle, -(Thomas.)

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Samuel J. Noggle and Laura Thomas9 January 1921Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+
Thomas A. Casper and sheAbout 1927GeorgiaG
Last Edited19 February 2017

Citations

  1. [S1809] Ron, Compiler, Gedsite Cemeteries: Media Links to Source, new edition (link, 6 Feb 2017, RootsMagic & Gedsite, Software Land) p. 8, Chapel Christian Church Cemetery

Myrtle Lee Noggle

F, #32, b. 16 March 1922, d. 6 January 1987

Parents

FatherSamuel J. Noggle (b. 16 May 1891, d. 14 February 1924)
MotherLaura Thomas (b. 10 October 1905, d. 30 April 1980)

Biography

Myrtle Lee Noggle was born on 16 March 1922 in Tignall, Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG. She died on 6 January 1987 at age 64 in Clarke, Georgia, United StatesG. Reside Wilkes County, Georgia. GDC# 001861
Myrtle Lee Noggle was social sec in 1995.
Last Edited19 February 2017

Woodrow Wilson Noggle

F, #33, b. 1918, d. 3 February 1989

Parents

FatherDavid Coleman Noggle (b. 2 May 1875, d. 10 March 1936)
MotherBessie N. Wicher (b. 1888, d. 8 April 1957)

Biography

Woodrow Wilson Noggle was born in 1918 in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+. She died on 3 February 1989 at age ~71 in McDuffie, Georgia, United StatesG. Reside Wilkes County, Georgia. GDC# 004148 She was buried at Mallorysville Baptist Church CemeteryG+, in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+.1

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
3 January 1920Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+2
9 April 1930Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+3
2 May 1940Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+4
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S47] , Personal Visit (.)
  2. [S1854] 1920 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  3. [S1855] 1930 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  4. [S1856] 1940 US Federal Census, population schedule,Mallorys 167, Wilkes, Georgia, enumeration district 157-7, p. pp. 5B-6A, dwelling/family 99, Bessie Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed 22 Oct 2014.)

Zelma Briscoe Lee

F, #35, b. 25 May 1886, d. 23 February 1924

Family: Thomas Morgan ("Tom") Noggle (b. 16 May 1885, d. 20 February 1953)

SonElcoe Lazarus Noggle+ (b. 30 November 1916, d. 9 November 1997)
DaughterAnnie Rumel Noggle (b. 22 July 1918, d. 5 February 1998)
DaughterDatez Margorie Noggle+ (b. 31 August 1919, d. 25 December 2010)

Biography

Zelma Briscoe Lee was born on 25 May 1886 in GeorgiaG.1 She died on 23 February 1924 at age 37 in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+.1 She was buried at Mallorysville Baptist Church CemeteryG+, in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+.1
As of about 1915, Zelma Briscoe Lee was also known as Zelma Briscoe Noggle, -(Lee.)

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Thomas Morgan ("Tom") Noggle and Zelma Briscoe LeeAbout 1915Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
3 January 1920Baldwin, GeorgiaG2
Last Edited11 February 2017

Citations

  1. [S1374] (Mallorysville, Wilkes County, Georgia), Zelma B. Noggle marker, personally read, 27 July 1993.
  2. [S1854] 1920 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Bessie N. Wicher

F, #36, b. 1888, d. 8 April 1957

Family: David Coleman Noggle (b. 2 May 1875, d. 10 March 1936)

DaughterAgnes Noggle+ (b. 15 December 1904, d. 15 January 1996)
SonFred Taylor Noggle, Sr.+ (b. 2 May 1906, d. 4 April 1982)
DaughterReba Elizabeth Noggle (b. 5 April 1908, d. 15 June 1971)
SonRalph Coleman Noggle (b. 12 May 1909, d. 9 January 1982)
DaughterMable Noggle (b. 1911, d. before 1920)
SonJohn Marvin Noggle+ (b. 8 October 1916, d. 29 July 1986)
DaughterWoodrow Wilson Noggle (b. 1918, d. 3 February 1989)
DaughterMarjorie Louise Noggle (b. 4 November 1921, d. 5 June 2003)

Biography

Bessie N. Wicher was born in 1888 in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+. She died on 8 April 1957 at age ~69 in Baldwin, GeorgiaG. GDC# 07547 She was buried at Mallorysville Baptist Church CemeteryG+, in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+.1
As of 1903, Bessie N. Wicher was also known as Bessie N. Noggle.

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
David Coleman Noggle and Bessie N. Wicher24 February 1903Elbert, Georgia, United StatesG

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
26 April 1910Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+2
3 January 1920Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+3
9 April 1930Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+4
2 May 1940Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+5
Last Edited10 February 2017

Citations

  1. [S47] , Personal Visit (.)
  2. [S1853] 1910 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  3. [S1854] 1920 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  4. [S1855] 1930 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  5. [S1856] 1940 US Federal Census, population schedule,Mallorys 167, Wilkes, Georgia, enumeration district 157-7, p. pp. 5B-6A, dwelling/family 99, Bessie Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed 22 Oct 2014.)

Thomas Radford Turner

M, #37, b. 18 August 1873, d. 18 March 1952

Parents

FatherWilliam Henry Turner (b. 25 October 1825, d. 22 July 1903)
MotherElizabeth Wolfe (b. 5 April 1834, d. 19 September 1924)
1940 Cenus-Tom Turner & Annie Noggle Turner

Biography

Thomas Radford Turner was born on 18 August 1873 in Danbury, Wilkes, GeorgiaG. He died on 18 March 1952 at age 78 in Sharon, Taliaferro, GeorgiaG. He was buried at Fishing Creek Baptist Church CemeteryG+, in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+.
Thomas Radford Turner and Martha Annie Noggle had no issue.

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Thomas Radford Turner and Martha Annie Noggle1 January 1902Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
1910Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+1
1920Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+2
15 April 1930Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+3
12 April 1940Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+4
Last Edited10 February 2017

Citations

  1. [S1853] 1910 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  2. [S1854] 1920 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  3. [S1855] 1930 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  4. [S1856] 1940 US Federal Census, population schedule,Jenkins 178, enumeration district 157-17, p. p. 5A, dwelling/family 78, Tom Turner; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed 20 Oct 2014.)

William G. Seymour

M, #38, b. 1 May 1873, d. 4 April 1921

Parents

FatherZacharial Gaines Seymore (b. 23 November 1845)
MotherIrene Brown

Biography

William G. Seymour was born on 1 May 1873 in GeorgiaG. He died on 4 April 1921 at age 47 in Elbert, Georgia, United StatesG. He was buried at Rehoboth Baptist Church CemeteryG+, in Elbert, Georgia, United StatesG.

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
William G. Seymour and Fanny E. Noggle6 September 1908Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
1910Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+1
1920Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+2
Last Edited21 October 2014

Citations

  1. [S1853] 1910 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  2. [S1854] 1920 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Annie E. Poss

F, #39, b. 15 April 1868, d. 6 February 1926

Family: William Jacob Noggle (b. 29 September 1870, d. 29 May 1956)

SonWilliam Newton Noggle+ (b. 28 January 1896, d. 27 November 1976)
SonLuke Haynie Noggle, Sr.+ (b. 31 December 1896, d. 15 November 1962)
SonFrank Frazier Noggle, Senior+ (b. 9 June 1899, d. 15 November 1963)
DaughterSarah F. Noggle (b. March 1900)
SonPaul Smith Noggle+ (b. 25 November 1900, d. 26 June 1965)
SonThomas Nash Noggle (b. 23 August 1904, d. 14 October 1978)
SonBrantley O. Noggle (b. 31 December 1906, d. 10 October 1945)
DaughterSusie Mae Noggle (b. December 1908)

Biography

Annie E. Poss was born on 15 April 1868 in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+. She died on 6 February 1926 at age 57 in Washington, Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG. She was buried at Carters Grove Baptist Church CemeteryG+, in Taliaferro, Georgia, United StatesG.
As of 7 May 1893, Annie E. Poss was also known as Annie E. Noggle, -(Poss.)

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
William Jacob Noggle and Annie E. Poss7 May 1893Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+1

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
14 June 1900Woodstock, Oglethorpe County, Georgia2
6 May 1910Taliaferro, Georgia, United StatesG3
10 March 1920Union Point, Greene, Georgia, United StatesG4
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S1750] "Georgia, Marriage Records from Select Counties, 1828-1978", ancestry database 2013, Ancestry.com (www.ancestry.com : accessed 10 May 2009), William Jacob Noggle & Annie E. Poss
  2. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  3. [S1853] 1910 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  4. [S1854] 1920 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Jacob Noggle

M, #40, b. about 1802, d. before 4 May 1889

Parents

FatherGeorge Nagel (b. between 1755 and 1765, d. between 19 January 1824 and 19 April 1824)
MotherCatherine Setzer (b. about 1775, d. about 1855)

Family: Martha "Patsie" Bing (b. August 1812, d. about 1902)

DaughterLucinda Catherine Noggle+ (b. October 1833, d. before 1906)
SonWilliam Christopher Noggle+ (b. January 1836, d. 14 July 1909)
DaughterMartha C. Noggle+ (b. June 1840, d. before 1910)
DaughterBaby Jane Noggle (b. June 1840, d. June 1840)
SonRobert E. J. Noggle (b. about 1841, d. before 1860)
SonJohn Henry Noggle+ (b. August 1844, d. after 1910)
SonJames A.P. Noggle (b. about 1848, d. before 1860)
DaughterAnn Bethana Noggle+ (b. August 1853, d. 28 April 1935)
DaughterMary M. Noggle+ (b. 28 February 1855, d. 28 April 1905)

Biography

Jacob Noggle was a farmer & blacksmith.
Jacob Noggle was born about 1802 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+. Jacob was born in that part of then Lincoln County, NC that is now Catawba County, NC. He died before 4 May 1889 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+. He was reinterred at Ogreeta Baptist Church CemeteryG+, in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1,2,3
Jacob Noggle. Jacob Naugle left Lincoln County (later Catawba), NC for Franklin County, Georgia sometime between the time of his father’s death in 1824 and 10 October 1830 when he married Martha Bing. The reason for Jacob’s move to this location may be found in the movements of his mother’s family. Catherine (Setzer) Naugle’s father, Jacob Setzer II served in the Revolutionary War from Franklin County, GA and was awarded a land grant by the State of Georgia for his service. In 1816, Jacob and Elizabeth Mariah (Hildebrand) Setzer II moved back to Franklin County, GA from Lincoln County, NC. In the late 1820’s, one of Catherine’s brothers, Christopher Setzer, and his wife also moved to Franklin County, GA from Lincoln County, NC.

In 1840, Jacob Naugle and his family are located in Franklin County, GA.[30] However, Jacob and family appear to have traveled back and forth between Franklin County, GA. Macon County, NC, and Cherokee County, NC during the decade of the 1830’s and early 1840’s. For example, the eldest child (Lucinda) was born 1832 in Macon County, NC; the next four children (William, Martha, Robert and a female child which died young) were born 1835/36, 1841, 1842 and 1843 in Franklin County, GA; and the remaining four children (John Henry, Anna, James, and Mary) were born 1845, 1848, 1853 and 1857 in Cherokee County, NC.[31]

This movement by the Jacob Naugle family may be viewed again in light of his mother’s family’s (Setzers) events and movements. By October 8, 1833 (and probably earlier), Christopher Setzer (Catherine Setzer Naugle’s brother) and family had moved from Franklin County, GA to Macon County, NC.[32]

By 1845, Jacob and family were in Cherokee County, NC.

On 7 May 1888, Jacob Naugle’s farm of 179 acres was sold by the tax collector of Cherokee County, NC for failure to pay the 1887 tax assessment on the land. J.W. Cooper purchased the land for $5.35. Almost exactly one year later on 4 May 1889, J.W. Cooper assigned for value his bid to G.W. Bryant (Jacob’s son-in-law through daughter Ann) "for the benefit of said Briant and the heirs at law of Jacob Nogle " (sic Ann Bryant, William Nogle, John Nogle, Catherine Williams, Martha Burgis and Mary Setser).[41]

On 20 June 1889, Martha Noggle is named Admistrator of the Estate of Jacob Noggle. Interestingly enough in her petition, Martha says, ". . .do solemnly swear that that I believe (emphasis added) that Jacob Noggle late of the County of Cherokee and State of North Carolina is dead . . ." This statement seems somewhat unusual in that it suggests that Martha does not know for sure that Jacob is dead. If Martha does not know for sure, does this mean that Jacob left his farm sometime during 1888? If so, where did he go? And, if he went somewhere, how did he come to be buried beside his wife and brother? There is more to this story than we will probably ever know.[42]

As strange as the above may seem, it gets better. On the same day, 20 June 1889, Martha Noggle engages the King Law Firm of Washington, D.C. to prosecute the claim of Jacob Noggle-now the Jacob Noggle Estate- against the U.S. Government for "stores and supplies" taken during the Civil War.[43] Nothing happens until Martha Noggle dies in early 1902. On 29 May 1902, R.L. Cooper is granted Letters of Administration (de bonis non) for the Estate of Jacob Noggle. In his petition, Cooper says that he "does not know who are entitled as heirs and distributees thereof." On 9 July 1902, Cooper received a check from the King Law Firm in the amount of $105.00 as settlement of the claim. After attorney’s fees and assorted commissions, the Estate of Jacob Noggle is left with $49.09. This balance is, by the Administrator Cooper, paid to the Clerk of the Superior Court. There is no record that this balance ever reached the heirs of Jacob Noggle.

In 1900 Patsie (sic Martha) Nogle was living with her daughter, Catherine Williams in Beaverdam, Cherokee County, NC. Catherine (Naugle) Williams was 66 years old, widowed, and her only child, James A. Williams, was deceased. Martha "Patsie" (Bing) Nogle was 87 years old, widowed, and the mother of 9 children, six of whom were still living at that time. [44]
Jacob Noggle also appears in records as Jacob Nogle and Jacob Naugle. He on 19 July 1831 in Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+, sold his 1/9 George Naugle land inheritance.4 He sold, for $60, personal property to Logan Whitener on 9 September 1847 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.5 He was assessed property tax in 1867 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.6 He was assessed property tax in 1868 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.6 He and Martha "Patsie" Bing Noggle were deeded, from Joshua Harshaw, land bonded between Joshua and Martha in 1853.7 He filed a property compensation claim with the Southern Claims Comission on on 12 October 1871 in in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.8 He and James Alfred Williams entered a chattel mortgage with William Beal on 10 April 1876 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.9 The property compensation claim filed by Jacob Noggle was denied by Commissioners of Claims on 6 June 1876 in in Washington, District of Columbia, United States.10 He was sold remaining 1/9 share of George Naugle's land on 23 April 1881 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG, .11 The Estate of Jacob Noggle on 29 May 1902 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+, was appointed a new administrator after Martha's death.12 He final estate settlement was on 9 July 1902 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+, .12

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Jacob Noggle and Martha "Patsie" Bing10 October 1830Franklin, Georgia, United StatesG13

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
1810Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+14
7 August 1820Lincoln, North Carolina, United StatesG+15
23 June 1830Macon, North Carolina, United StatesG16
June 1840Franklin, Georgia, United StatesG17
1 June 1850Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+18
25 June 1860Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+19
25 June 1870Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+20
5 June 1880Ducktown, Polk, Tennessee, United States21
Last Edited14 August 2018

Citations

  1. [S92] TVA Cemetery Relocation Project, NCGenWeb, Cherokee County, online www.rootsweb.com/~nccherok/tva.html, p. 7. Hereinafter cited as TVA Cemetery Relocation.
  2. [S1809] Ron, Compiler, Gedsite Cemeteries: Media Links to Source, new edition (link, 6 Feb 2017, RootsMagic & Gedsite, Software Land) p. 12, Ogreeta
  3. [S1813] James L. Douthat, Author, Hiwassee Reservoir Cemeteries (Signal Mountain, Tennessee: Mountain Press, 1989), pp. 46-48; 69-70
  4. [S109] Lincoln County, North Carolina Deed Book 3, p. 655. Hereinafter cited as LCDB 3.
  5. [S110] Cherokee, North Carolina Deed Book 5, p. 173. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Deed Book 5.
  6. [S117] Jacob Nogle entry Cherokee County, North Carolina Tax Book, 1867-1869, NC Department of Archives & History, C023.701.1. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Tax Book 1867-69.
  7. [S94] Cherokee, North Carolina Deed Book 21, p. 93. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Deed Book 21.
  8. [S120] Jacob Noggle; M87; (Washington, D.C.: U.S. National Archives Administration), 11, Claim 8839, Office 443, Report 6.
  9. [S112] Cherokee, North Carolina Deed Book 15, p. 377. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Deed Book 15.
  10. [S1432] H. Misc.Doc 4, 1762; ; 5 December 1876 (Washington, D.C.: U.S. National Archives Administration), Jacob Noggle: Claim 8839, Office 443, Report 6, claim $107.00, claim allowed $0.
  11. [S118] Catawba County, North Carolina Deed Book 13, p. 560. Hereinafter cited as Catawba, NC Deed Book 13.
  12. [S119] Jacob Noggle, North Carolina Estate Files: Cherokee CountyC.R. 023.508.17. Hereinafter cited as Jacob Noggle Estate Papers.
  13. [S1368] Marriage Record Book 1827-1835: p. 78. Hereinafter cited as Franklin County, GA Marriages.
  14. [S1846] 1810 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule,Captain Cline's District, p. p. 373, George Nail; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 2 Sep 2008.)
  15. [S1847] 1820 US Census, Lincoln County, North Carolina, population schedule,East of the South Fork of the Catawba River, p. p. 383, George Nail; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 18 Sep 2008.)
  16. [S1848] 1830 US Census, Macon County, North Carolina, population schedule, p. p. 32, Christopher Setzer; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 19 Apr 2009.)
  17. [S1849] 1840 US Census, Franklin County, Georgia, population schedule,District 215, p. p. 311, Jacob Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 16 Jul 2007.)
  18. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Not Stated, p. p. 58, dwelling/family 377/377, Jacob Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 3 Mar 2010.)
  19. [S1850] 1860 US Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Grape Creek, p. p. 25/179, dwelling/family 160/160, Jacob Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 2 Jan 2008.)
  20. [S1851] 1870 US Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Beaverdam, p. p. 1/250, dwelling/family 7/7, Jacob Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 2 Jun 2008.)
  21. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, Polk County, Tennessee, population schedule,Ducktown, enumeration district 98, p. p. 11/53, dwelling/family 101/108, Jacob Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 10 Mar 2006.)

Martha "Patsie" Bing

F, #41, b. August 1812, d. about 1902

Parents

FatherEdward Bing (b. about 1789, d. after 1840)
MotherLucy Johnson (b. about 1792, d. after 1840)

Family: Jacob Noggle (b. about 1802, d. before 4 May 1889)

DaughterLucinda Catherine Noggle+ (b. October 1833, d. before 1906)
SonWilliam Christopher Noggle+ (b. January 1836, d. 14 July 1909)
DaughterMartha C. Noggle+ (b. June 1840, d. before 1910)
DaughterBaby Jane Noggle (b. June 1840, d. June 1840)
SonRobert E. J. Noggle (b. about 1841, d. before 1860)
SonJohn Henry Noggle+ (b. August 1844, d. after 1910)
SonJames A.P. Noggle (b. about 1848, d. before 1860)
DaughterAnn Bethana Noggle+ (b. August 1853, d. 28 April 1935)
DaughterMary M. Noggle+ (b. 28 February 1855, d. 28 April 1905)

Biography

Martha "Patsie" Bing was born in August 1812 in Mecklenburg, VirginiaG. She died about 1902 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+. She was reinterred at Ogreeta Baptist Church CemeteryG+, in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1,2
As of 10 October 1830, Martha "Patsie" Bing was also known as Martha "Patsie" Nogle. She bought land from Joshua Harshaw on 6 August 1853 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.3 She and Martha "Patsie" Bing Noggle were deeded, from Joshua Harshaw, land bonded between Joshua and Martha in 1853.4 She was sold remaining 1/9 share of George Naugle's land on 23 April 1881 in Catawba, North Carolina, United StatesG, .5 She was appointed administrator for the Jacob Naugle Estate on 20 June 1889 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.6 She hired a Washington, D.C. law firm on 20 June 1889 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+, to appeal Jacob Noggle's Southern Claims Commission denial.6

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Jacob Noggle and Martha "Patsie" Bing10 October 1830Franklin, Georgia, United StatesG7

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
June 1840Franklin, Georgia, United StatesG8
1 June 1850Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+9
25 June 1860Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+10
25 June 1870Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+11
5 June 1880Ducktown, Polk, Tennessee, United States12
1 June 1900Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+13
Last Edited14 August 2018

Citations

  1. [S92] TVA Cemetery Relocation Project, NCGenWeb, Cherokee County, online www.rootsweb.com/~nccherok/tva.html, p. 7. Hereinafter cited as TVA Cemetery Relocation.
  2. [S1813] James L. Douthat, Author, Hiwassee Reservoir Cemeteries (Signal Mountain, Tennessee: Mountain Press, 1989), pp. 46-48; 69-70
  3. [S111] Cherokee, North Carolina Deed Book 7, p. 459. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Deed Book 7.
  4. [S94] Cherokee, North Carolina Deed Book 21, p. 93. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Deed Book 21.
  5. [S118] Catawba County, North Carolina Deed Book 13, p. 560. Hereinafter cited as Catawba, NC Deed Book 13.
  6. [S119] Jacob Noggle, North Carolina Estate Files: Cherokee CountyC.R. 023.508.17. Hereinafter cited as Jacob Noggle Estate Papers.
  7. [S1368] Marriage Record Book 1827-1835: p. 78. Hereinafter cited as Franklin County, GA Marriages.
  8. [S1849] 1840 US Census, Franklin County, Georgia, population schedule,District 215, p. p. 311, Jacob Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 16 Jul 2007.)
  9. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Not Stated, p. p. 58, dwelling/family 377/377, Jacob Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 3 Mar 2010.)
  10. [S1850] 1860 US Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Grape Creek, p. p. 25/179, dwelling/family 160/160, Jacob Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 2 Jan 2008.)
  11. [S1851] 1870 US Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Beaverdam, p. p. 1/250, dwelling/family 7/7, Jacob Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 2 Jun 2008.)
  12. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, Polk County, Tennessee, population schedule,Ducktown, enumeration district 98, p. p. 11/53, dwelling/family 101/108, Jacob Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 10 Mar 2006.)
  13. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Beaverdam, enumeration district 1, p. p. 1B, dwelling/family 15/15, Catherine Williams; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 5 May 2012.)

Lucinda Catherine Noggle

F, #42, b. October 1833, d. before 1906

Parents

FatherJacob Noggle (b. about 1802, d. before 4 May 1889)
MotherMartha "Patsie" Bing (b. August 1812, d. about 1902)

Family: William Williams (b. about 1833, d. before 1860)

SonJames Alfred Williams (b. about 1854, d. before 1 June 1900)
1870 Federal Census-Jacob Nogle

Biography

Lucinda Catherine Noggle was born in October 1833 in Macon, North Carolina, United StatesG. She died before 1906 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+. She was buried at Ogreeta Baptist Church CemeteryG+, in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1
As of about 1853, Lucinda Catherine Noggle was also known as Lucinda Catherine Williams, -(Noggle.) She witnessed the New Tag of George W. A. Bryant on 4 May 1889 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.2

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
William Williams and Lucinda Catherine NoggleAbout 1853Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
June 1840Franklin, Georgia, United StatesG3
1 June 1850Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+4
25 June 1860Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+5
23 June 1870Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+6
28 June 1880Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+7
1 June 1900Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+8
Last Edited14 August 2018

Citations

  1. [S92] TVA Cemetery Relocation Project, NCGenWeb, Cherokee County, online www.rootsweb.com/~nccherok/tva.html, Re-inerred from Davidson-Bates Cemmetery in 1938 by the TVA. Hereinafter cited as TVA Cemetery Relocation.
  2. [S113] Cherokee, North Carolina Deed Book 24, p. 136. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Deed Book 24.
  3. [S1849] 1840 US Census, Franklin County, Georgia, population schedule,District 215, p. p. 311, Jacob Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 16 Jul 2007.)
  4. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Not Stated, p. p. 58, dwelling/family 377/377, Jacob Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 3 Mar 2010.)
  5. [S1850] 1860 US Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Grape Creek, p. p. 25/179, dwelling/family 160/160, Jacob Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 2 Jan 2008.)
  6. [S1851] 1870 US Census, population schedule,Beaverdam, p. p. 1-2/250, dwelling/family 6/6, Catherine Williams; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 14 Jun 2005.)
  7. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, population schedule,Beaverdam, enumeration district 80, p. p. 22, dwelling/family 221/221, Catherine Williams; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 18 Jun 2006.)
  8. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Beaverdam, enumeration district 1, p. p. 1B, dwelling/family 15/15, Catherine Williams; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 5 May 2012.)

Martha C. Noggle

F, #43, b. June 1840, d. before 1910

Parents

FatherJacob Noggle (b. about 1802, d. before 4 May 1889)
MotherMartha "Patsie" Bing (b. August 1812, d. about 1902)

Family: James M. Burgess (b. June 1829, d. before 1910)

DaughterOlivia Ann Burgess+ (b. March 1872)
SonJacob Burgess+ (b. March 1877, d. 10 March 1930)

Biography

Martha C. Noggle was born in June 1840 in Franklin, Georgia, United StatesG. She died before 1910 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+. She was reinterred at Salem M.E. Church CemeteryG+, in Franklin, Macon, North Carolina, United States.1,2,3
As of about 1860, Martha C. Noggle was also known as Martha C. Burgess. James M. Burgess and she appeared in the census on 25 June 1860 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.4 James M. Burgess and she appeared in the census on 23 June 1870 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.5 James M. Burgess and she appeared in the census on 29 June 1880 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.6 She witnessed the New Tag of George W. A. Bryant on 4 May 1889 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.7 James M. Burgess and she appeared in the census on 5 June 1900 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.8

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
James M. Burgess and Martha C. NoggleAbout 1860Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
June 1840Franklin, Georgia, United StatesG9
1 June 1850Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+10
Last Edited1 March 2017

Citations

  1. [S92] TVA Cemetery Relocation Project, NCGenWeb, Cherokee County, online www.rootsweb.com/~nccherok/tva.html, p. 7. Hereinafter cited as TVA Cemetery Relocation.
  2. [S1809] Ron, Compiler, Gedsite Cemeteries: Media Links to Source, new edition (link, 6 Feb 2017, RootsMagic & Gedsite, Software Land) p. 12, Salem ME
  3. [S1813] James L. Douthat, Author, Hiwassee Reservoir Cemeteries (Signal Mountain, Tennessee: Mountain Press, 1989), pp. 46-48; 69-70
  4. [S1850] 1860 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  5. [S1851] 1870 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  6. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  7. [S113] Cherokee, North Carolina Deed Book 24, p. 136. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Deed Book 24.
  8. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  9. [S1849] 1840 US Census, Franklin County, Georgia, population schedule,District 215, p. p. 311, Jacob Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 16 Jul 2007.)
  10. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Not Stated, p. p. 58, dwelling/family 377/377, Jacob Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 3 Mar 2010.)

Robert E. J. Noggle

M, #44, b. about 1841, d. before 1860

Parents

FatherJacob Noggle (b. about 1802, d. before 4 May 1889)
MotherMartha "Patsie" Bing (b. August 1812, d. about 1902)

Biography

Robert E. J. Noggle was born about 1841 in Franklin, Georgia, United StatesG. He died before 1860 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1 He was buried at McDonald Private CemeteryG+, in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+, and later reinterred by the TVA at Ogreeta Baptist Church Cemetery.2

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
1 June 1850Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+3
Last Edited14 August 2018

Citations

  1. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  2. [S1813] James L. Douthat, Author, Hiwassee Reservoir Cemeteries (Signal Mountain, Tennessee: Mountain Press, 1989), pp. 52-53; 69-70
  3. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Not Stated, p. p. 58, dwelling/family 377/377, Jacob Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 3 Mar 2010.)

John Henry Noggle

M, #45, b. August 1844, d. after 1910

Parents

FatherJacob Noggle (b. about 1802, d. before 4 May 1889)
MotherMartha "Patsie" Bing (b. August 1812, d. about 1902)

Family: Saphronia Catherine Burgess (b. December 1852, d. 9 June 1907)

SonGeorge W. Noggle+ (b. July 1874)
SonWilliam R. Noggle+ (b. 15 August 1875, d. 1 April 1921)
SonRodrick F. Noggle (b. May 1881)
DaughterMildred Noggle (b. December 1884, d. 21 September 1911)
DaughterBertha Noggle+ (b. September 1886, d. 6 November 1955)
SonJohn Nathan Noggle (b. 10 April 1891, d. 3 June 1961)
SonJames Upton Noggle+ (b. 25 December 1893, d. 18 December 1964)

Biography

John Henry Noggle was born in August 1844 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+. He died after 1910 in Williams, North Dakota, United States.
John Henry Noggle lived in Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee, United StatesG, in 1882.1 He lived in Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee, United StatesG, in 1883.2 He witnessed the New Tag of George W. A. Bryant on 4 May 1889 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.3 John Henry Noggle sold the "old Jacob Noggle home place" on 2 March 1908 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.4 He lived in Buford, Williams, North Dakota, United States, in 1910.

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
John Henry Noggle and Saphronia Catherine Burgess16 January 1873Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+5

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
1 June 1850Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+6
25 June 1860Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+7
29 June 1870Monroe, Tennessee, United States8
5 June 1880Ducktown, Polk, TennesseeG9
4 June 1900Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+10
Last Edited30 January 2017

Citations

  1. [S1762] "U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989", database, Ancestry.com (http://ancestry.com : accessed 5 May 2012), p. 259, Chattanooga, Tennessee; citing " (N.p.:n.p., 2011)".
  2. [S1762] "U.S. City Directories, 1821-1989", database, Ancestry.com, p. 217, Chattanooga, Tennessee
  3. [S113] Cherokee, North Carolina Deed Book 24, p. 136. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Deed Book 24.
  4. [S1778] Cherokee County, North Carolina, Deed Book 50, p. 116, John Henry Noggle to Harriet Fricks, 2 Mar 1908 (rec 28 March 1908); Register of Deeds, Murphy, Cherokee, North Carolina
  5. [S121] General Index to Marriage License for Cherokee County, North Carolina: pp. 22-3. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Marriage Index.
  6. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Not Stated, p. p. 58, dwelling/family 377/377, Jacob Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 3 Mar 2010.)
  7. [S1850] 1860 US Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Grape Creek, p. p. 25/179, dwelling/family 160/160, Jacob Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 2 Jan 2008.)
  8. [S1851] 1870 US Census, population schedule,District 2 (Sweetwater), Monroe, Tennessee, p. p. 4, dwelling/family 29/29, J H Noggle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed 5 Nov 2014.)
  9. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  10. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

James A.P. Noggle

M, #46, b. about 1848, d. before 1860

Parents

FatherJacob Noggle (b. about 1802, d. before 4 May 1889)
MotherMartha "Patsie" Bing (b. August 1812, d. about 1902)

Biography

James A.P. Noggle was born about 1848 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+. He died before 1860 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1 He was buried at McDonald Private CemeteryG+, in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+, and later reinterred by the TVA at Ogreeta Baptist Church Cemetery..2

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
1 June 1850Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+3
Last Edited14 August 2018

Citations

  1. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  2. [S1813] James L. Douthat, Author, Hiwassee Reservoir Cemeteries (Signal Mountain, Tennessee: Mountain Press, 1989), pp. 52-53; 69-70
  3. [S1841] 1850 US Federal Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Not Stated, p. p. 58, dwelling/family 377/377, Jacob Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 3 Mar 2010.)

Ann Bethana Noggle

F, #47, b. August 1853, d. 28 April 1935

Parents

FatherJacob Noggle (b. about 1802, d. before 4 May 1889)
MotherMartha "Patsie" Bing (b. August 1812, d. about 1902)

Family: George W. A. Bryant (b. September 1852, d. before 28 January 1920)

SonWilliam Bryant (b. May 1880)
SonGeorge W. Bryant, Jr.+ (b. 3 May 1881, d. before 11 April 1930)
DaughterArtie S. Bryant (b. July 1888)
DaughterMary Bryant (b. February 1889)
DaughterLevenie Bryant (b. September 1892)
DaughterEllen Bryant+ (b. August 1894)

Biography

Ann Bethana Noggle was born in August 1853 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+. She died on 28 April 1935 at age 81 in Columbia, Georgia, United StatesG. She was buried at Shiloh Methodist Church CemeteryG+, in Columbia, Georgia, United StatesG.1
As of 17 January 1878, Ann Bethana Noggle was also known as Ann Bethana Bryant. George W. A. Bryant and she appeared in the census on 17 June 1880 in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+.2 She witnessed the New Tag of George W. A. Bryant on 4 May 1889 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.3 George W. A. Bryant and she appeared in the census on 1 June 1900 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.4 George W. A. Bryant and she appeared in the census on 15 April 1910 in Broad River, Wilkes, Georgia.5

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
George W. A. Bryant and Ann Bethana Noggle17 January 1878Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+6

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
25 June 1860Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+7
25 June 1870Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+8
28 January 1920Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+9
Last Edited3 March 2017

Citations

  1. [S1809] Ron, Compiler, Gedsite Cemeteries: Media Links to Source, new edition (link, 6 Feb 2017, RootsMagic & Gedsite, Software Land) p. 19, Shiloh Methodist
  2. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  3. [S113] Cherokee, North Carolina Deed Book 24, p. 136. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Deed Book 24.
  4. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  5. [S1853] 1910 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  6. [S121] General Index to Marriage License for Cherokee County, North Carolina: p. 33. License 1/15/1878. Marriage 1/17/1878. George A. Bryant 24 (GA Residence) and Ann Bathan Nogal 20 (Beaverdam, NC Residence). Md. by A. Coleman, M.G. Witnesses: James Burgess, Lowery Jones, & James Gibson. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Marriage Index.
  7. [S1850] 1860 US Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Grape Creek, p. p. 25/179, dwelling/family 160/160, Jacob Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 2 Jan 2008.)
  8. [S1851] 1870 US Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Beaverdam, p. p. 1/250, dwelling/family 7/7, Jacob Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 2 Jun 2008.)
  9. [S1854] 1920 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Mary M. Noggle

F, #48, b. 28 February 1855, d. 28 April 1905

Parents

FatherJacob Noggle (b. about 1802, d. before 4 May 1889)
MotherMartha "Patsie" Bing (b. August 1812, d. about 1902)

Family: John Howard Setzer (b. 14 March 1858, d. 16 March 1916)

SonEdd F. Setzer (b. April 1883, d. July 1969)
DaughterIda E. Setzer (b. 10 May 1886, d. February 1952)
SonThomas Setzer (b. 26 August 1889, d. April 1955)
DaughterSalona Setzer (b. 14 April 1892)
DaughterMary Setzer (b. 15 June 1896)

Biography

Mary M. Noggle was born on 28 February 1855 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+. She died on 28 April 1905 at age 50 in Blue Ridge, Fannin, Georgia, United StatesG. She was buried at Harmony CemeteryG+, in Blue Ridge, Fannin, Georgia, United StatesG.
As of about 1881, Mary M. Noggle was also known as Mary M. Setzer. She witnessed the New Tag of George W. A. Bryant on 4 May 1889 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
John Howard Setzer and Mary M. NoggleAbout 1881Ducktown, Polk, TennesseeG

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
25 June 1860Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+2
25 June 1870Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+3
5 June 1880Ducktown, Polk, Tennessee, United States4
19 June 1900Fannin, Georgia, United States5
Last Edited11 November 2014

Citations

  1. [S113] Cherokee, North Carolina Deed Book 24, p. 136. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Deed Book 24.
  2. [S1850] 1860 US Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Grape Creek, p. p. 25/179, dwelling/family 160/160, Jacob Naugle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 2 Jan 2008.)
  3. [S1851] 1870 US Census, Cherokee County, North Carolina, population schedule,Beaverdam, p. p. 1/250, dwelling/family 7/7, Jacob Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 2 Jun 2008.)
  4. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, Polk County, Tennessee, population schedule,Ducktown, enumeration district 98, p. p. 11/53, dwelling/family 101/108, Jacob Nogle; digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : viewed 10 Mar 2006.)
  5. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

George W. A. Bryant

M, #49, b. September 1852, d. before 28 January 1920

Parents

FatherChristopher Bryant (b. 5 May 1798, d. 12 May 1873)
MotherMary Ann H. Turner (b. 28 January 1818, d. 1889)

Family: Ann Bethana Noggle (b. August 1853, d. 28 April 1935)

SonWilliam Bryant (b. May 1880)
SonGeorge W. Bryant, Jr.+ (b. 3 May 1881, d. before 11 April 1930)
DaughterArtie S. Bryant (b. July 1888)
DaughterMary Bryant (b. February 1889)
DaughterLevenie Bryant (b. September 1892)
DaughterEllen Bryant+ (b. August 1894)

Biography

George W. A. Bryant was born in September 1852 in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+.1 He died before 28 January 1920 in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+.
George W. A. Bryant and Ann Bethana Noggle appeared in the census on 17 June 1880 in Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+.2 He repurchase of the Jacob Noggle land on 4 May 1889 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.3 He and Ann Bethana Noggle appeared in the census on 1 June 1900 in Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+.1 He and Ann Bethana Noggle appeared in the census on 15 April 1910 in Broad River, Wilkes, Georgia.4

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
George W. A. Bryant and Ann Bethana Noggle17 January 1878Cherokee, North Carolina, United StatesG+5

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
18 June 1860Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+6
22 August 1870Wilkes, Georgia, United StatesG+7
Last Edited10 November 2014

Citations

  1. [S1852] 1900 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  2. [S1839] 1880 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  3. [S113] Cherokee, North Carolina Deed Book 24, p. 136. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Deed Book 24.
  4. [S1853] 1910 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  5. [S121] General Index to Marriage License for Cherokee County, North Carolina: p. 33. License 1/15/1878. Marriage 1/17/1878. George A. Bryant 24 (GA Residence) and Ann Bathan Nogal 20 (Beaverdam, NC Residence). Md. by A. Coleman, M.G. Witnesses: James Burgess, Lowery Jones, & James Gibson. Hereinafter cited as Cherokee, NC Marriage Index.
  6. [S1850] 1860 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  7. [S1851] 1870 US Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)

Columbus Newton "Lum" Cook

M, #50, b. 20 December 1878, d. 15 May 1960

Parents

FatherMartin L. Cook (b. 14 June 1845, d. 25 October 1928)
MotherSarah Airn James (b. 14 March 1848, d. 11 May 1923)

Family: Sallie Elizabeth Noggle (b. 9 September 1894, d. 2 May 1957)

SonAlonzo Martin Cook (b. 15 November 1914, d. 24 March 1986)
SonLeo "Lefty" Cook (b. 12 March 1917)
DaughterCleo Cook (b. 12 March 1917, d. 5 January 1999)
SonZeno Cook+ (b. 21 July 1921)

Biography

Columbus Newton "Lum" Cook was born on 20 December 1878 in Edmonson, Kentucky, United StatesG.1 He died on 15 May 1960 at age 81 in Rose Bud, White, Arkansas, United StatesG.1 He was buried at St. Marys CemeteryG+, in Rose Bud, White, Arkansas, United StatesG.1
Columbus Newton "Lum" Cook witnessed the land-buy of Lewis Frederick Noggle on 27 November 1934 in Mountain Township, Faulkner, Arkansas, United States. Heirs of Alonzo Noggle sold their interests in the land to Lewis F. Noggle for $2,000.00 to be divided equally.2

Marriage(s)

NameDatePlace
Columbus Newton "Lum" Cook and Sallie Elizabeth Noggle2 October 1913Quitman, Cleburne, ArkansasG3

U. S. Census Records

DatePlace
5 April 1920Mountain Township, Faulkner, ArkansasG4
7 April 1930Mountain Township, Faulkner, ArkansasG5
4 April 1940Rose Bud, White, Arkansas, United StatesG6
Last Edited29 September 2014

Citations

  1. [S214] (Rose Bud, White County, Arkansas), Columbus N. Cook marker, R.M. Noggle Personal Visit, 16 June 1996.
  2. [S1405] Faulkner County, Arkansas Deed Books, Volume 87, p. 372, 27 November 1934 (filed on 10 December 1934). Hereinafter cited as Faulkner, AR Deed Books.
  3. [S1398] Cleburne County, Arkansas Marriage Book: Book N:96, Columbus Cook and Sallie Noggle, 1913, license and certification. Hereinafter cited as Cleburne Marriage Book.
  4. [S1854] 1920 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  5. [S1855] 1930 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)
  6. [S1856] 1940 US Federal Census, population schedule, digital images, Ancestry (https://ancestry.com : accessed.)