Joe,I believe the part of our lineage that you are looking fo is that of: Mathieu Jacques Noblett b.1628 d.1653 m(1648) Maria le Clerce 2 children 1. Marie Noblett b.1648 d. 1698, expelled from France, accused of Treason 2. Gabrielle Noblett b.1649 d.1703, migrated to England m(1669) Catherine Bertrand, one son - Peter
Peter Noblett b.1671 d.1719, removed to Ireland 1694 m(1698) Marie Godfrey, 4 children
*note: Irish so-journ of Peter Noblett constituted a period of less than 30 years before his 4 sons migrated to English Colonies in America.During that brief period on the Emerald Isle, in NO WAY labels the Noblitt family forebears as being Irishmen.The ancestral heritage of their Norman-French lineage remained unbroken during an extended period of 650 years. These are the four sons of Dublin, Ireland who joined with a group of Quakers destined for America.Sailing aboard the ship, Guerrier, they disbarked at Grandy's Point located on Cape May below Philadelphia.Their arrival date was recorded as Dec. 1721.(see Pennyslvania Magazine of History, XVI (1791). Peter Noblett's 4 sons: John Noblett b.1699, d.1748, m(1732) Anne Brereton Richard Noblett b.1701, d.1764, m(1724) Jane Holden Francis Noblett b.1703 d.? - no other data given on Francis William Noblit b.1704 d.1777, m(1736) Mary Parkes (apparently William is the one who changed the spelling to Noblit) William was the youngest brother migrating to America. He & Mary Parkes had 5 surviving children
Joseph b.1736, d.1777, French/Indian War Veteran John b.1737, d.1783, m(1760) Eliz___, 4 children Anne - no data Margaret - no data William b.1742, d.1817, never married Samuel b.1744, d.1832, Revolutionary War Veteran
Let me know if the above helps. This info was obtained from the Genealogical Records of hte Noblitt family book titled "Noblesse Oblige" by Charles Robert Noblitt. If you want copies of these pages, please e-mail me with your mailing address or fax number and I will be happy to send them to you.
Here is some info on the Colonial Records of the Noblitt Family (Richard, Francis & William)
Richard Noblit, 2nd son of Peter & Marie Godfrey Noblit, b.1701 near Dublin, Ireland, d.1764,m. Jane Holdenforte a/k/a Joanne(no date of marriage given). No children, thus the records for Richard Noblit end.
Francis Noblit, 3rd son of Peter & Marie Godfrey Noblit. b.1703 near Dublin, Ireland.Info about Francis is nearly non-existent.No records of marriage or children. He did reside in Newton Township prior to 1734. His line of descent ceased with his death in 1749. He was buried in the Quaker Burial Ground near Marple on the Old Springfield Road not far from his home at Newton Square.
William Noblit, youngest son of Peter & Marie Godfrey Noblit, b. 1704 near Dublin Ireland, d. 1777 He owned the Black Horse Inn in Chester County, PA. for over 40 years. William m.(1736) Mary Parke. they lived near Parkersburg in Chester County, PA.They had 6 children. William was married 3 times.All his children were born to Mary Parke, his first wife.
Joseph b.1736 d. 1777 served in Revolution John b.1737 d.1783, m. Elizabeth _____ Anne b.1738 d. - infant death Margaret b.1740 - infant death William b.1741 d.1783, served in Revolution Samuel b.1744 d. 1832 served in Revolution
Hope this helps. Robin Noblit Patascher email@example.com