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Re: Joseph James Noon/John Frederick Noon
Posted by: Janet Maloy (ID *****4995) Date: October 28, 2008 at 07:27:16
In Reply to: Joseph James Noon/John Frederick Noon by Janet Maloy of 355

I was just looking at some of the old information that I have here and it is desparately in need of an update...
John Frederick Noon, b 1813-14 Whitechapel, Middlesex, England and was a brass musical instrument maker. All of his sons were involved in the same industry as engravers, jewelers, brass polishers etc. Wife Sarah.
Children: William Frederick Noon, John Charles Noon, Joseph James Noon (my g-grandfather), Charles Noon, George E. Noon, Jessie Sarah Noon, & Elizabeth Rose Noon. I have photos of all the children and Sarah. Jessie Sarah Noon married a Henry Cole and Elizabeth Rose Noon married James Manley and went to live in Australia. William F Noon married Ann? and I can't find children. John Charles Noon married Eliza Amelia Bocock w/at least 7 children. James Joseph Noon married Emma Hemsley Debnam and they had two daughters & three sons. Two sons had no children and Arthur's son died at about 10 years old. There no other male children to carry on the name. Charles married Annie w/four known children. George E. Noon married Jane Victoria Borrodell w/ four children and one son.
Lots of Noon's in the London and general area.
If you would like to contact me I'll be happy to share.

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