The original French spelling seems to have been "Noblette".The descendants of Jacque de Noblette spelled it Noblett and Noblet.In England and Ireland it has been spelled "Noblett".It seems that in America the most used spelling is "Noblitt", although both "Noblett" and "Noblit"? are common.Samuel Noblit always used "Noblit" in his diary.But I show that all three of his brothers used "Noblitt."
John Noblitt 1699-1748 was the oldest brother.I don't have much information on him, as my line comes from William, his youngest brother.I do have notations of three books about John Noblitt though."From Whence Ye Came" by Lela Grant Carruth, "Down the Centuries With The Noblits" by Loren Scott Noblitt and Minnie Walls Noblit, and "Noblesse" by Charles R Noblitt.
Maybe you can find a copy of one of those books somewhere.
Richard Noblitt (1701-1763) Was also indentured to William Plumstead.However he broke his indenture and moved with his wife to become squatters on unclaimed land.Little is known of Richard and if he had descendants, they are not known.
Francis Noblitt (1703-1764)Was never a landowner.HE indentured as an artisan brick mason.He remained aloof from his brothers and moved soem distance from Philadelphia.
And then William, the youngest (1704-1771)He had a total of three wives and had 6 children.
I don't have the names of the wives of John, Richard or Francis.I'm sorry I can't help you there.