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Abigail Plympton (Noyes) MP (1628 - d.)

Abraham Noyes MP (deceased)

Ann Kent (Noyes) MP (1594 - 1671)

Brothers, James & Nicholas Noyes immigrated in 1632 Thomas Kent came from England to America with his wife and older children. He was a proprietor of Gloucester, Mass. in 1643. I can find no evidence o...

Anne Noyes (Parker) MP (1575 - 1657)

Anna Parker's will made18 Mar 1655 mentions sons James and Nicholas as "now in New England". Thomas Kent is mentioned in her will. ============ The best information I have found so far about Willia...

Bridget Denison (Noyes) MP (1725 - 1772)

Caroline Hyde (Noyes) MP (1808 - 1851)

Capt. Cutting Noyes MP (1649 - 1734)

NEHG Register: He was made freeman, 9 Jan., 1673/4, was a cordwainer, captain-lieutenant in the militia, and deacon of the First Parish. In 1698 he preached the election sermon. About 1702 he wrote t...

Ens. Cutting Noyes MP (1676 - 1757)

Deacon of the church at Newbury. Member of the General Court of Massachusetts, 1704-05. Notes 1 April 1710 Cutting Noyes Jr. blacksmith conveys to Andrew Downer for 100li a certain tract of land ...

Lt. Daniel Noyes MP (1698 - 1781)

Note: The date for the marriage of Daniel and Sarah Haynes is correct according to the Sudbury marriage records. On pg. 60 of the book, Walter Haynes and his Descendants, it states that Daniel married ...

William Noyes MP (1653 - 1744)

He was prominent in church affairs holding the office of deacon for many years. He served in his brother Capt. Thomas Noyes' Company of "Snowshoe men" during the Indian wars. He is first mentioned in t...

Dorothy Haynes (Noyes) MP (c.1625 - 1715)

Dorothy Parris (Noyes) MP (1680 - 1719)

Dorothy Noyes (Stanton) MP (1651 - 1743)

Grave Inscription: In Memory of Dorothy ye wife of ye Rever Mr. James Noyes Deceased who died Jan ye 19th 1742/3 in ye 91st year of her age

Dorothy Treat (Noyes) MP (c.1675 - 1714)

Dorothy Noyes, dau. and eldest child of Rev. James Noyes & Dorothy Stanton, was b. June 22, 1675 at Stonington, Conn. and d. at Preston, Conn. on Dec. 6, 1714, Æ 40. On Apr. 28, 1698 at Stonin...

Eliphal Prentice (Noyes) MP (1717 - 1766)

Elizabeth Freeman (Noyes) MP (1627 - 1698)

Elizabeth Noyes (Greenleaf) MP (1660 - c.1702)

Elizabeth Noyes (Bradford) MP (c.1696 - 1777)

Elizabeth Noyes (Knight) MP (1655 - 1746)

Elizabeth Noyes (Tappan) MP (1681 - 1708)

daughter of Lieut. Jacob & Hannah (Sewall) Tappan 1st wife of Ensign Cutting Noyes, Jr. Sources Descendants of Nicholas Noyes page 204 Links

Elizabeth Noyes (?) MP (1594 - 1636)

Elizabeth Ann Noyes (Sanford) MP (c.1684 - 1762)

Elizabeth Sanford was a daughter of Governor Sanford. She married Captain Thomas Noyes of Stonington, Connecticut. Her sister, Anne Sanford, married the brother of her husband, Doctor James Noyes.

Elizabeth Adams (Noyes) MP (b. - 1708)

Ephraim Noyes MP (1596 - 1659)

Eunice Noyes (Chesebrough) MP (1781 - 1844)

Fannie J Williamson (Noyes) MP (1907 - 1951)

Birth: 1907 Death: 1951 Wife of 1) Arthur Silva Nunes (3 children); 2) Rabun G Williamson, as his second wife. Children included: Arthur Nunes (1925-2003) Morton Nunes (1928-1993) and two daugh...

Fanny Noyes (Palmer) MP (1776 - 1867)

Follansbee Noyes, I MP (1751 - 1829)

Alternate first name may have been "Folinsby".

Franklin Pierce Noyes MP (1853 - d.)

George Noyes MP (1822 - d.)

George Abraham Noyes MP (1852 - d.)

Hannah Atkinson (Noyes) MP (1643 - 1705)

1643, October 30, 1643: Hannah, daughter of Nicholas and Mary (Cutting) Noyes, was born at Newbury Village (Essex) Massachusetts Bay Colony. "The Genealogy and History of the Chute family in America"...

James Noyes, III, MD MP (c.1675 - c.1718)

Dr. James Noyes m. Anna, daughter of Gov. Peleg Sanford of Rhode Island. They lived at Noyes's Beach, R. I., on land bought of Harmon Garret, a Niantic chief. Ann Sanford was also granddaughter of Go...

Rev. James Noyes. MP (1640 - 1719)

Graduate Harvard 1659. Savage, Vol. 3: Began to preach in Stonington, Connecticut in 1664, residing in the family of Thomas Stanton, yet was not ordained before 10 September 1674, the day before he was...

Reverend James Noyes, Sr MP (1608 - 1656)

Reverand Noyes was the father of Benjamin Noyes, chief prosecutor of the Salem Witch trials. Rev. James Noyes, the immigrant ancestor of our branch of the numerous Noyes family in this country, was b...

John Humphrey Noyes MP (1811 - 1886)

John Humphrey Noyes (September 3, 1811 – April 13, 1886) was an American preacher, radical religious philosopher, and utopian socialist. He founded the Putney, Oneida, and Wallingford Communit...

Deacon John Noyes MP (1686 - 1772)

He was a leading citizen, deacon of the church and resident of Newbury. Reminiscences of a Nonagenarian says "John, oldest son of William and Sara (Cogswell) Noyes, married Tabitha Dole, and moved to...

John Noyes MP (1674 - 1745)

will (His will was dated 1 Feb 1745-6, and proved 24 Mar 1745-6, two days after the inventory was taken. The real estate was six acres of pasture, about one and three-quarter acres salt meadow, and t...

John Noyes MP (c.1600 - d.)

John Noyes MP (c.1612 - 1613)

Deacon John Noyes MP (c.1685 - 1751)

[From Miss Wheeler's "Old Homes in Stonington"] "Dea. John Noyes, brother of Capt. Thomas, built the house near Westerly, now known as the "Moss House", in 1714. Dea. John's second wife was a great-g...

John Noyes MP (1812 - 1885)

John NOYES, (or Captain Noyes, as he was familiarly called during his lifetime), was a central figure as well as one of the prominent factors among the hardy band of Harrison County pioneers. Mr NOYE...

Joseph Noyes MP (1663 - 1717)

Sudbury constable for several years after 1713.

Joseph Noyes MP (1689 - 1755)

He was Town Treasurer in 1739; Selectman 4 years before 1744 and an officiating magistrate many years. He lived at eastern end of Back Cove adjoining Mr. Ilsleys farm. He gave by will to son Josiah the...

Joseph Noyes MP (c.1688 - 1761)

Name Prefix: Rev. ! Website based on "Genealogical Record of Some of the Noyes Descendants of James, Nicholas and Peter Noyes", published in 1904 by Col. Henry E. Noyes. Although this entire ...

Joseph Noyes, Jr. MP (c.1688 - 1764)

Will of Joseph Noyes: In the Name of God amen the Twenty first day of June Seventeen hundred & forty five I Joseph Noyes of Newbury in the County of Essex in the Province of the Massachtts. Bay in New ...

Col. Joseph Noyes, Esq. MP (1768 - 1852)

Dea. Joseph Noyes MP (1637 - 1717)

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...

Joseph Noyes, Jr. MP (1781 - 1858)

Noyes Genealogy says he settled in Maine. "The obituary of John Noyes, born in Maine and the son of Joseph Noyes, states that his birthplace was "on the Penobscot River." The family of his father, Jo...

Lois Noyes (Whitmarsh) MP (1737 - 1788)

Genealogical record of some of the Noyes descendants of James Nicholas and Peter Noyes (1904) Vol. 1 Pg.66 64— SAMUEL 4— 19. Son of Samuel and Hannah (Poor), was born in Abington,...

Lucia Parsons Noyes (Hosmer) MP (1791 - d.)

Martha Noyes (Estes), Twin MP (1818 - d.)

Martha Maria Noyes, Twin MP (1857 - d.)

Mary Noyes (Thompson) MP (1709 - d.)

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Mary Noyes (Parker) MP (1582 - 1625)

Mary Noyes (Huestis) MP (1801 - 1863)

Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees via brother Aristides Moore Huestis by SmartCopy : Jan 12 2015, 17:54:21 UTC

Mary Noyes (Dunster) MP (1629 - 1715)

Mary Dunster birth: before Oct 25 1629 in Bury, Lancashire, England christened: Dec 15 1630 in Parish of Bury, Lancashire, England parents: Robert Dunster, Mary Gerrett spouse: Simon Willard,...

Mary Frances Noyes, Twin MP (1857 - d.)

Mary Moulton (Noyes) MP (1693 - 1755)

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Mary Noyes (Cutting) MP (c.1618 - 1701)

In 1652 many were brought before the court for not observing the Sumptuary laws of 1651. The records say "Nicholas Noyes' wife, Hugh March's wife, and William Chandler's wife were each presented for we...

Mary Noyes (Gallup) MP (c.1695 - 1736)

Mary Rice (Noyes) MP (1666 - 1743)

Mary Noyes Birth: June 22 1666 - Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts Parents: Joseph Noyes, Mary Darvell Husband: Ephraim Rice Death: Jan 11 1743 - Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts

Mary Hinds (Noyes) MP (c.1924 - c.1997)

Mary Noyes (Darvell) MP (1642 - 1677)

Mary Darvell Noyes Find A Grave Memorial# 87997240

Rev. Moses Noyes MP (1643 - 1729)

The Rev. Moses Noyes, of Newbury, Massachusetts, a graduate of Harvard, was the first minister. His pastorate of sixty- three years began in 1666, and ended in 1729. The Rev. Samuel Pierpoint, of New H...

Nathan Noyes MP (1761 - 1825)

Was effected by Vandalism 28 Jul. 2013; corrected _______________ THOMPSON, Sarah b. 14 JUN 1760 Kingston, Rockingham, NH. d. 7 NOV 1832 Gender: Female Parents: Father: THOMPSON, Nathan...

Nathan Noyes MP (1597 - d.)

Rev. Nicholas Noyes MP (1615 - 1701)

Nicholas Noyes was a colonial minister in Salem, Massachusetts during the time of the Salem witch trials. He was the second minister, called the "Teacher", to Rev. John Higginson. During the Salem wi...

Deacon Parker Noyes MP (1705 - 1787)

Deacon Peter Noyes MP (c.1591 - 1657)

WorldConnect: Peter Noyes came in the "Confidence," 1638, from Southampton, latter part of April aged 47, with son Thomas, 15; daughter Elizabeth and three servants. He is called yeoman, but after ...

Peter E. Noyes MP (1814 - 1887)

A native of Ohio, came to Harrison County in 1867. He was born in 1816. The family came to Ohio at an early day; he was a stone mason and worked at his trade until the war broke out, when he enlisted i...

Rebecca Knight (Noyes) MP (1651 - 1719)

Rebecca Noyes Birth: Apr 1 1651 -  Newbury, Essex Co., MA Parents: Rev. James Noyes, Sarah Brown Husband: John Knight Death: Oct 15 1719 - Newbury, Essex Co., MA Marriage: Jan...

Rebecca Noyes (Cross) MP (deceased)

Rev. John Noyes MP (1763 - 1846)

John Noyes was the minister of Norfield Church in Weston, CT

Nicholas Noyes Jr MP (1647 - 1717)

Participant in the Salem Witchcraft Trials On August 22, 1692, eight of those convicted of witchcraft were hanged: Alice Parker, Ann Pudeator, Martha Corey, Mary Easty, Wilmot Redd, Samuel Wardwell, ...

Ruth Noyes (Haynes) MP (1668 - 1727)

Ruth Noyes MP (1786 - 1860)

Ruth Noyes was b. in New Hampshire on Aug. 6,1786. She married on Apr. 30,1812 in Atkinson, New Hampshire with JOHN McCONIHE, son fo John McConihe and Sarah (Campbell) Moor. He was b. in Merrimack, New...

Ruth Noyes (Pickett) MP (1653 - 1690)

Samuel Noyes, III MP (1739 - 1775)

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 d...

Sarah 'Sally' Ladd (Noyes) MP (1760 - 1822)

Sarah Noyes (daughter of Thomas Noyes and Ann Follensbee)553, 554 was born 31 Oct 1760 in Haverhill, Essex Co, MA, and died 09 Nov 1822 in Haverhill, Essex Co, MA. She married Nathaniel Ladd on 27 Jun ...

Sarah Noyes (Browne) MP (c.1610 - 1691)

Sarah BROWNE was born about 1610 in England. She emigrated on 23 Mar 1633/34 from London, England. She immigrated in 1634 to Medford, Middlesex, Massachusetts. Medford was originally known as Mystic. S...

Sarah Mather (Noyes) MP (1683 - 1756)

Sarah Noyes (Mighill) MP (1712 - 1768)

Sarah Noyes (Cogswell) MP (1668 - 1742)

Sarah (Thompson) Noyes MP (1760 - 1828)

The Prescott memorial : or, A genealogical memoir of the Prescott families in America, in two parts (1870) Pg.240 Issue of Jeremiah Prescott (22 — 1) and Hannah Philbrick of Hampton Fall...

Sarah Noyes (Haynes) MP (1699 - 1728)

Sarah Hale (Noyes) MP (1655 - 1695)

Sarah (Noyes) Hale (1655 - 1695) - Daughter of Reverend James Noyes, Sr. and Sarah Browne, Sarah Noyes was born 21 March 1655 at Newbury, Essex County, Massachusetts; and died at the age of 40 on 20 Ma...

Seth H. Noyes MP (1772 - 1840)

Tabitha Noyes (Dole) MP (1691 - 1771)

Thomas Noyes, Sr., Capt. MP (c.1679 - 1755)

He was deputy to General Court or Assembly 1713, 1717, 1725, 1727, 1729, 1733. (Conn. Col. Rec., Vol 5, pp. 19, 363, 513, Vol. 7, pp. 123, 251, 424). In 1723 he was made Captain of Militia. The Conn....

Capt. Thomas Noyes MP (1648 - 1730)

Freem. 1671, and capt. 1690 in war with E. Ind. and rep. 1689, 90, and 2. Freeman 1671. Descendants of Reverend William Noyes: Colonel of militia. The Noyes Descendants, Vol. II: Thomas was a pro...

Thomas Noyes, III MP (1721 - 1784)

Name: Thomas* NOYES Sex: M Birth: 20 AUG 1721 in Newbury, Essex Co. Massachusetts Death: 14 SEP 1784 in Newbury, Essex Co. Massachusetts Father: Joseph* NOYES b: 5 AUG 1688 in Newbury, Essex Co...

Thomas Noyes MP (1623 - 1666)

Thomas, of Sudbury, eldest son of Peter was brought in 1638 at the age of 15 in the Confidence to America, came again in the Speedwell, arrived 27 July 1656. He married Mary, daughter of Walter Haynes,...

Timothy Noyes, II MP (1690 - c.1745)

Timothy Noyes MP (1655 - 1718)

Credited with service in King Philip's war (Nov. 24, 1676). Inventory of will was taken Nov., 1718. Legatees were named: Wife Mary was to have the westerly end of the house; James to have one-fourth of...

Rev. William Noyes MP (1568 - 1622)

Married before 1596 -Ann Stephens, she past away prior to 1608 Ø Ephraim Noyes b. 1596, d. 1659

William Noyes MP (deceased)

Zerviah Noyes (Wheeler) MP (1771 - 1806)

(Possibly) Polly Noyes (deceased)

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