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The NOBLE Branch of the LINTON Family Tree

 

Terry Louis Linton © 1968-2016

Linton Research Fund Inc., Publication © 2016

Linton Research Fund Inc., Internet Publication © 2016

LINTON & BIRD Chronicles, Volume IIX, Issue 4, Winter © 2015-16, ISSN 1941-3521

page establish March 17, 2016

 

Updated September 5, 2016

 

 

Kirk Louis LINTON (1914-1987) & Evelyn Virginia BIRD

Children

Kenneth "Ken" Edward LINTON (1945) & Terry Louis LINTON (1949)

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(father & mother)

Charles Edward LINTON(1890-1958) & Annie Lucretia CRONK (1888-1956)

Children

John Edward Charles Linton (1910-1911); Florence Avis LINTON Beavers (1912-1990); Kirk Louis Linton(1914-1987); Georganna Linton (1916-1916); Theodore "Ted" Francis Linton (1917-1970); Bernadette "Bernie" Thelma LINTON Butler (1921-2014); Madeline "Madge" Elizabeth LINTON Bly(1922-1991)

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(grandfather & grandmother)

John Edward LINTON (1838-1901) &

Sallie Fenmor STONESTREET (1861-1928)

 

Children

Charles Edward LINTON (1890-1958)

& half-brother George Whippoorwill Stonestreet PHILLIPS (1904-1969)

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(great-grandparents)

Edward Noble STONESTREET (1822-1870) &

Sarah Ann FENMOR (1824-1870)

children:

Joseph Nobel STONESTREET (1852-?); James Edward STONESTREET (1856-?); Maria "Marier" D. STONESTREET (1857-?); Robert STONESTREET (1857-?); Louis STONESTREET (1858-?); Sallie Fenmor STONESTREET (1861-1926)

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 (2nd great-grandparents)

Doctor Joseph Noble STONESTREET (1782-1838) &

Rosalie "Rosey" Ann EDELEN (1786-1834)

 

Children:

 

James STONESTREET (1810-?); Mary Eleanor STONESTREET Hoffar (1814-?); Catherine STONESTREET (1820-1848); Reverent Charles Henry STONESTREET (1821-?); Doctor Edward Noble STONESTREET (1822-1870); Joseph Nicholas STONESTREET (1827-?)

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 (3rd great-grandparents)

 Adjutant General Henry STONESTREET (1752-1812) &

Mary Noble EDELEN (1752-1818)

 

Children:

Mary Noble STONESTREET Isaacs (1776–1818); Henry STONESTREET (1776–1840); James Edelen STONESTREET (1778–?); Doctor Joseph Noble STONESTREET (1782–1838); Colonel Nicholas STONESTREET (1782–1839); Jane STONESTREET Neale (1784–1832); Lewis STONESTREET (1786–?); William STONESTREET (1790–1832)

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(4th great-grandparents)

James EDELEN (1710-1768) & Salome NOBLE (1724-1776)

 

children:

Martha EDELEN Dent (1743-1755); Edward EDELEN (1747-1811);  Mary Noble EDELEN Stonestreet (1753-1818); Catherine Salome EDELEN (1754-1786); Joseph EDELEN (1758-1833); Sarah EDELEN Pye (1760-1778);   Martha EDELEN (1762-?); James EDELEN (1764-1814).

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  (5th great-grandparents)

Joseph NOBLE II (1689-1748/49) & Mary WHEELER (1693-1766)

 

children:

Sarah NOBLE (1709-1745); Elizabeth NOBLE (1712-1767);  Colonel Joseph NOBLE III (1715-1780); Francis NOBLE (1719-1787); Catherine NOBLE (1721-1777); Salome NOBLE Edelen(1724-1776) ; John NOBLE (1729/30-1778); William Fraser NOBLE (1735-1779).

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(6th great-grandparents)

Joseph NOBLE I (1660-1696/97) & Catherine

born in Cockemouth, Cumberland, England

known children:

Joseph NOBLE II (1689-1748/49)

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(7th great-grandparents)

John NOBLE (1640–1698) (emigrant) & Margaret PEAKE (1640-?) (emigrant)

John NOBLE (1640-1698) was born in 1640, in England and died on April 12, 1698, in St. Mary's, St. Mary's County, Maryland. John married Margaret PEAKE (1640-?). Margaret was born in 1640 in Lewes, Sussex, England and died in St. Mary's, St. Mary's County, Maryland.

 known children

Joseph NOBLE (1660–1697)

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Cockermouth County Cumbria, England, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

 Cockermouth is a town within the Allerdale borough of County Cumbria, England, and is so named because it is at the confluence of the River Cocker as it flows into the River Derwent.

 Historically a part of County Cumberland, Cockermouth is situated on the northwest fringe of the English Lake District. This location tends to enhance the life and character of the town without the effect of receiving too many tourists. Much of the architectural core of the town remains unchanged since the 18th and 19th centuries. The regenerated Market place is now a central historical focus within the town and reflects events during its near 800 year history.

 History The town has ancient roots. Romans, Vikings, and Normans have each left lingering marks on the Town and surrounding place names. Curiously, Cockermouth lays claim to be the first town in Britain to have piloted electric lighting, reputedly in 1881. It is perhaps best known as the birthplace of William Wordsworth and Dorothy Wordsworth, and Fletcher Christian. John Dalton, a father of atomic theory, was born in Eaglesfield, a village on the outskirts of Cockermouth; Astronomer Royal Fearon Fallows also hailed from the town. Cockermouth is situated a few minutes traveling distance from lakes such as Ennerdale, Crummock Water, Loweswater, and Bassenthwaite, but is less crowded with tourists than many Cumbrian towns.