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The Tie That Binds

Disclaimer: Please note, I have no sound proof that this is the daughter of James and Nancy Lasley Crow. I have clues that lead me to believe this is their daughter. Also, the Moses Noble listed in Scotland Co., MO from 1850 through his death in 1882 is believed by me to be the same Moses Noble who married Polly Crow in Vanderburgh Co., IN. I have reservations concerning placing this data on the internet. Unfortunately, many folks will just take the research I have done and incorporate it into their own research, without even attempting to prove if my research is correct or incorrect.  This research has never been placed online before by another person. It is strictly my work. By placing this material online, I am hoping someone, who has a bit of data to help prove my theory is correct, will contact me and let me know where to search for the proof we need to prove this line.  Virginia L. Aldridge

daughter of James Crow and Nancy Lasley
Born: circa 1820 KY
Died: before 19 August 1845 when Moses Noble remarried
Burial: IN
Married: 23 August 1835 Vanderburgh Co., IN
    son of David Noble and unknown
    Born: 30 September 1801 KY
    Died: 15 February 1882 Scotland Co., MO
    Burial: Bethell Cemetery Scotland Co., MO


    1. Jane Noble + 1] James McDowell m. 22 July 1858 Book A, page 171
                          + 2] John Stout m. 5 October 1873 Book B, page 105
    2. Margaret Noble + Joseph Burg m. 16 December 1868 Book B, page 33
    3. John C. Noble

Indiana Marriage Collection, 1800-19413
Name: Abigail Corbin
Spouse Name: Moses Noble
Marriage Date: 12 Aug 1828
Marriage County: Vanderburgh
Performed By: Corbin, Abigail
Comment: Corbin, Abigail married Noble, Moses on 12 Aug 1828 in Vanderburgh County, Indiana

Name: Polly Crow
Spouse Name: Moses Noble
Marriage Date: 12 Aug 1835
Marriage County: Vanderburgh
Comment: Crow, Polly married Noble, Moses on 12 Aug 1835 in Vanderburgh County, Indiana

Year: 1840; Census Place: Knight, Vanderburgh, Indiana; Roll: 96; Page: 366; Image: 747; Family History Library Film: 0007730. There are two elderly people living in this household.

Warrick Co., IN Marriage Book 1, record #1174 Moses Noble to Gemima Carlisle married by John Wood M. G.

Year: 1850; Census Place: Johnson, Scotland, Missouri; Roll: M432_419; Page: 142B; Image: 287.

Year: 1850; Census Place: Miller, Scotland, Missouri; Roll: M432_419; Page: 129B; Image: 261. Lists a John Noble born Indiana living in the household of Isaac and Hester S/Lemons. [indexed as Semons; looks like Lemons to me]

Year: 1850; Census Place: Campbell, Warrick, Indiana; Roll: M432_179; Page: 146B; Image: 107. Jemima Noble living in the household of Silas Wood instead of with her husband Moses Noble.

Year: 1860; Census Place: Green, Scotland, Missouri; Roll: M653_646; Page: 965; Image: 353; Family History Library Film: 803646.

Year: 1870; Census Place: Union, Scotland, Missouri; Roll: M593_805; Page: 531B; Image: 274; Family History Library Film: 552304.

Year: 1880; Census Place: Union, Scotland, Missouri; Roll: 736; Family History Film: 1254736; Page: 205D; Enumeration District: 87; Image: 0437.

History of Lewis, Clark, Knox, and Scotland counties, Missouri from the earliest times, pp1194-1195; Listing for Thomas W. Noble Scotland Co., MO clarifies the link to David Noble as father of John Noble. The 1880 census lists Moses, John and Levina Noble living in a household ... Moses is listed as brother.

Thomas W. Noble is the son of John Noble and Levina Tinney Noble.


Created 29 November 2011 Please contact me with additions or corrections at the email address below.

Updated 23 January 2012

Contact Virginia L. Aldridge    since 29 November 2011