Brinkley Family History

John A. NoblettAge: 55 years18431898

Name
John A. Noblett
Birth about 1843 38
Birth of a brotherHenry Clay Noblett
January 14, 1843
Birth of a brotherBenjamin Franklin Noblett
about 1844 (Age 12 months)
Death of a paternal grandfatherWilliam Noblett
December 16, 1844 (Age 23 months)
Marriage of a parentAbraham L. SmithElizabeth CaseyView this family
September 14, 1845 (Age 2 years)
Death of a fatherThomas W. Noblett
about 1845 (Age 2 years)

Death of a motherElizabeth Casey
about 1846 (Age 3 years)
Death of a paternal grandmotherMargaret Barr
about 1848 (Age 5 years)

Publication: Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Ramfire Press, 1963.
Citation details: page 641
Text:

William Noblett's widow died late 1847 or early 1848.

Census September 14, 1850 (Age 7 years)
Address: District 72
Census July 5, 1860 (Age 17 years)
Address: Dry Fork Township
MarriageSarah Lief DunnivanView this family
about 1868 (Age 25 years)
Birth of a son
#1
Ellsworth Ulla “Ella” Noblett
September 1870 (Age 27 years)
Census September 1, 1870 (Age 27 years)
Address: Dry Creek Township
Death of a wifeSarah Lief Dunnivan
February 22, 1873 (Age 30 years)
Death of a brotherIra Mandeville Noblett
April 11, 1874 (Age 31 years)
Cause: Pneumonia
MarriageMary L. BoydView this family
April 12, 1874 (Age 31 years)
Death of a brotherWilliam Berry Noblett
July 30, 1896 (Age 53 years)
Cause: Cerebral Hemorrhage
Death February 1, 1898 (Age 55 years)
Publication: Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Ramfire Press, 1963.
Citation details: page 647-648
Text:

"John A. Noblett, the remaining member of the family, made his home with Abraham Johnson from early manhood, and served in Johnson's command during the Civil War. He married shortly after its close, his first wife being a Dunnivin, and lived the remainder of his life at the mouth of Dry Creek on land bought from Johnson. The only child of thhis marriage was L. E. Noblett, who married Edna, widow of George Miller, and who is also dead, leaving seven children: Raymond, John, Claude, Rhea,wife of Nic Cox, and Vera whose married name is not known, all of Montana; Ellie lives in this county; Leo, the remaining child, was killed in a train wreck in Wyoming withing the last year, leaving a family in that state.

 Five children were born of John A. Noblett's second marriage, whick was to mary Boyd;  Oliver died single, his twin brother having died in infancy;  Minnie, the oldest daughter, was the first wife of William Beckman, and was the mother of two children, Dewey and William, one of whom is still living, probably in St. Louis;  Julia married Frank Fulton of Newburg and is survived by one son, Clyde, of Springfield;  Edna, the remaining child, married Frank T. Pelikan, and is also survived by one son, Loyd, lately of Montana, but now thought to be in Canada.

 John A. Noblett died February 1, 1898, and was survived by his second wife for more than twenty years."
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: January 31, 1827Rhea, Tennessee, USA
11 months
elder brother
13 months
elder brother
6 years
elder sister
2 years
elder sister
10 years
himself
2 years
younger brother
-1 years
brother
Mother’s family with Abraham L. Smith - View this family
step-father
mother
Marriage: September 14, 1845Osage, Missouri, USA
Family with Mary L. Boyd - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: April 12, 1874Maries, Missouri, USA
Family with Sarah Lief Dunnivan - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: about 1868Pulaski, Missouri, USA
3 years
son

DeathHistory of Maries County
Publication: Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Ramfire Press, 1963.
Citation details: page 647-648
Text:

"John A. Noblett, the remaining member of the family, made his home with Abraham Johnson from early manhood, and served in Johnson's command during the Civil War. He married shortly after its close, his first wife being a Dunnivin, and lived the remainder of his life at the mouth of Dry Creek on land bought from Johnson. The only child of thhis marriage was L. E. Noblett, who married Edna, widow of George Miller, and who is also dead, leaving seven children: Raymond, John, Claude, Rhea,wife of Nic Cox, and Vera whose married name is not known, all of Montana; Ellie lives in this county; Leo, the remaining child, was killed in a train wreck in Wyoming withing the last year, leaving a family in that state.

 Five children were born of John A. Noblett's second marriage, whick was to mary Boyd;  Oliver died single, his twin brother having died in infancy;  Minnie, the oldest daughter, was the first wife of William Beckman, and was the mother of two children, Dewey and William, one of whom is still living, probably in St. Louis;  Julia married Frank Fulton of Newburg and is survived by one son, Clyde, of Springfield;  Edna, the remaining child, married Frank T. Pelikan, and is also survived by one son, Loyd, lately of Montana, but now thought to be in Canada.

 John A. Noblett died February 1, 1898, and was survived by his second wife for more than twenty years."
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John served under Abraham Johnson during the Civil War