NOBLE, JOHN (MEMORIAL STONE) - Jefferson County, Arkansas | JOHN (MEMORIAL STONE) NOBLE - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

John (Memorial Stone) NOBLE

Noble-Gravier (St Paul's Catholic) Cemetery
Jefferson County,

Son of Mark Noble (Revolutionary War Patriot) and Catherine Elliott (Hellett) Noble.

On May 11, 1799 he was baptized at Arkansas Post by Spanish Priest, Father Pedrow Janin.

On November 20, 1819 in the first edition of the Arkansas Gazette at Arkansas Post, Noble's mother (Mrs. Catherine Dudley) and his half-sister Catherine Gossieau (Gocio) were listed under "marriages."

On February 4, 1822, Noble helped establish the mail route from Arkansas Post to Ouachita, Louisiana, now Monroe, Louisiana.

On June 9, 1823 John sas appointed to Grand Jury Duty, Circuit Court, Arkansas County. In 1830, he was appointed to First Grand Jury, Jefferson County.

John married Frances Gravier in 1824 at Arkansas Post, Arkansas Territory.

In January 1829, the Arkansas Gazette article lists Noble in Richland Township.

Family tradition suggest John was accessory in building the First Catholic Church in Arkansas. (St. Mary's"; Also St. Peter's Catholic Church.)

In September 5, 1842, he received a land grant from President Tyler adjacent to this cemetery.

The railroad built (1852-68) a depot on Noble's Land and Spur to Noble Lake.

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Contributed on 7/30/12 by tootied
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Submitted: 7/30/12 • Approved: 7/30/12 • Last Updated: 8/4/12 • R734414-G0-S3

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