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Re: Noah Light, Carter Co Okla 1903
Posted by: Jean Wilson Date: April 12, 2001 at 12:10:16
In Reply to: Re: Noah Light, Carter Co Okla 1903 by Ron Youngblood of 2090

Noah and Ludecua's daughter Anne Laura married Alexander Wiley Wilson. Notes from the Wilson family tells us that Noah was born 11 Jan. 1876 Ararat, Patrick Co., Virginia died 30 March 1907 Elida, Roosevelt Co., New Mexico. He was the son of William Henry Light and Nancy Anne Haney. When first married Noah worked with his father William in a trading post near Ardmore Oklahoma Territory. Noah moving to New Mexico for the drier climate. Noah died of Tuberculosis.
Noah married 23 October 1900 Texas Ludecua Anne Gibson. Ludecua was the daughter of Frank L. Gibson and Serena Angeline McIver.
Ludecua after the death of Noah took her four children home to her mother who at that time had remarried James Knox Polk Christian.
This was near Rosston, Cooke Co., Texas. On 17 March 1908 Ludecua also died of Tuberculosis. She is buried in an unmarked grave immediate south of her sister Ella V. Bailey.

It is not known when or where Frank L. Gibson is buried. Serena is buried in an unmarked grave just north of Daughter Ella.
Hope this will be of some small help.
Jean Wilson


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