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About Nathan Noyes
Effected by Vandalism, Please do not Resolve 'Data Conflicts': merged with Mary (Clark) Long; Elizabeth (Webster) Marden; Jonathan Leavitt; Hannah (Sanborn) Long; Ephraim Flanders; Jonathan Robey; Samuel Robey; Rachel (Dowrst) Marden; Moses Noyes; Corp. Samuel Noyes; John Noyes; Patience Lock; Jonathan Lock; Abigail Lock; Margaret Lock; Abner Lock; Sarah Lock; Hannah Lock; John Lock; Mary Lock; David Lock; William Lock; Levi Locke; David (Lock) Locke; Abra Twombly; Daniel Philbrick; Daniel Locke; Elisha Locke; William Locke; Elisha Locke; Mary Dearborn; Daniel Philbrick; Jonathan Philbrick; Enoch Noyes; Jane (Sherburne) Prescott; Matthew Noyes; Samuel Noyes; Jonathan Philbrick; Gordon Lawrence; Simeon Lock; Susan Prescott; etc.
This Profile's 'History' 'Revisions' 'Facts' lists it was first entered as Jonathan Robey 11/29/2007. (Jonathan Robey was the husband of Abigail Prescott dau. of Abigail Lane & James Prescott)
REMOVED AS HUSBAND/WIFE OF WILLIAM LOCKE
- THOMPSON, Sarah
- b. 14 JUN 1760 Kingston, Rockingham, NH.
- d. 7 NOV 1832
- Gender: Female
- Father: THOMPSON, Nathan
- Mother: PRESCOTT, Sarah
- Marriage: ABT 1781 Turnbridge, Orange, VT.
- Spouse: NOYES, Nathan
- b. 24 FEB 1761 Bow, Merrimack, NH.
- d. 15 SEP 1825
- Gender: Male
- Father: NOYES, John
- Mother: POORE, Abigail
- NOYES, Nathan
- NOYES, William
- NOYES, Amos
- NOYES, James
- NOYES, Aaron
- NOYES, Richard
- NOYES, Samuel
- NOYES, Sally
- From: http://ww.genealogyofnewengland.com/f_17f.htm#130
Credited with service as a Private in the Revolutionary War. Co. Cdr. Benjamin Sias; Regt. Cdr. Moses Nichols.
Four of Nathan's descendants from Tunbridge were killed in the Civil War - VT Reg. 2, Co. E: Calvin M .9 (Jas 8, Nath7 , Nath6 ); Charles B. 9 (Jas8 , Nath 7, Nath 6) d. (12 Oct 1862); William M.9 (Jas 8, Nath 7, Nath 6) d. Wilderness VA (5 May 1864); George H. 8 (Jas7 , Nath 6) d. Spottsylvania VA (12 May 1864)
Revolutionary War soldier: Co. Cdr. Elisha Mack and Bancroft; Regt. Cdr. Moses Nichols and Jackson.
Moses married and lived in Bow, N.H., had four sons, and was drowned in the Merrimac river. No known descendants have been traced.
Noyes, Samuel, Abington.Corporal, Capt. Edward Cobb's co. of militia, Col. Edward Mitchell's regt., which marched April 20, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Marshfield; service, 3 days. [Mass. Soldiers & Sailors In The War of The Revolution 11:556]