William Noblitt (1740-1798) and his wife Catherine Ann Whinery is the family you appear to be referencing.They did have a son named Abraham.From my database is the following 1-generation information.I'm sorry I don't have anymore than I do about Abraham, as my research concentrated on my line, which descends through Abraham's brother Robert.
1.William NOBLITT1,2 was born in 1740 in Newberry, York Co., Pennsylvania.1Inheritance: From estate of John Noblitt, d. 08/15/1748 on 2 Sep 1762.3He lived in Chatham Co., North Carolina in 1788.4He died in 1798 in Orange Co., North Carolina.1
William NOBLITT and Catherine Ann WHINERY were married in 1762 in Pennsylvania.1Catherine Ann WHINERY1,5 (daughter of Robert WHINERY and Isabella SMITH) was born between 1740 and 1750 in Kennett Twp, Chester Co., Pennsylvania.1She lived in Chatham Co., North Carolina in 1788.4She died in North Carolina.1William NOBLITT and Catherine Ann WHINERY had the following children:
i. Abraham NOBLITT1 was born.
ii. Charity NOBLITT1,6 was born about 1767 in North Carolina.1,6
iii. Joseph NOBLITT1 was born.
iv. William NOBLITT1 was born.
2 v. John William NOBLITT, born in 1757, North Carolina1; married Mary BROWN, on 1 Jan 1785, Orange Co., North Carolina; died in 1850, Burke Co., North Carolina1,7.
3 vi. Robert NOBLITT, born in 1760, Chatham, North Carolina1; married in 1800; died before 14 May 1834, Bedford Co., Tennessee2.
vii. Thomas NOBLITT1 was born in 1792.1
1. Loren Scott Noblitt and Minnie Walls Noblitt, Down the Centuries with the Noblitts (Mitchell-Fleming Printing, Inc.; Greenfield, Indiana; 1956).
2. Bedford County, Tennessee, Historical Society, Bedford County, Tennessee Family History (Turner Publishing Company, Paducah, Kentucky;Published 2002), 382.
3. Loren Scott Noblitt and Minnie Walls Noblitt, Down the Centuries with the Noblitts. At an Orphans' Court held at York for the County of York the second day of September, 1762, before John Adlum, Hance Hamilton, John Pope, Abraham Noblet, etc. Appeared James Brown and Ann Noblet Brown. At this hearing in Orphans' Court the balance was distributed to James and Ann Brown to cover her third of the estate; then for Abraham Noblet, oldest son and heir at Law; 12 8 8; then for Thomas,William, Francis, John, Sarah, and Mary each 6 4 4. These are pounds, shillings, pence.
(File N, of Bonds, 1748 and File N, of Inventories 1748, Lancaster, Pa. File N. of Accounts, 1753, Lancaster, Pa., and York County Orphans' Court, Docket A, pages 234-236.).
4. compiled by John Hyndman Noblit, Member of the Huguenot Society of London; The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, and the Historical Societies of Pennsylvania and Virginia, Genealogical collections relating to the families of Noblet, Noblat, Noblot and Noblets, of France, Noblet and Noblett, of Great Britain, Noblet, Nobl (Printed for Private Circulation by Ferris & Leach, 1906).
5. Anna Whinery Woolman, The Whinery Record (Salem, Ohio, 1911).
6. LDS FamilySearch.org (© 1999-2002 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc.).