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Posted by: Michael Noblet (ID *****6930) Date: April 27, 2002 at 21:28:09
In Reply to: Re: NOBLET of FRANCE by BRETT NOBLET of 76

I think very few Noblets came direct to Australia from France. Many of them were Huguenots who fled from France to escape religious persecution in about 1650 and went to England or Ireland. Almost all the Noblets in South Australia (where I live) are descendants of two brothers, Joseph Noblet and James Noblet, who lived in County Wicklow in Ireland and came to Aust. in 1851 and 1853. Most of the Noblets in NSW and Vic who are not related to these Irish Noblets seem to have come here from England.

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Michael Noblet

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