I received your reply to my 30 November 2001 post also, and thought I would reply to both here.I have found additional information on Israel Noggle’s family, and can hopefully fill in some blanks for you.If anyone else on the Noggle Family Forum can correct or update any of the following, please do so.I will try to focus on specific info dealing with Calvin Noggle.
Israel’s parents are Jacob Noggle (1768-1841) and Nancy Vineyard/Vennard.They were married in 1803 in Warren County, Ohio.Jacob’s father may be Jacob Noggle and Anna Flemming, or possibly Isaac Noggle and wife unknown.Known siblings of Israel Noggle include David, Calvin, Washington, Jenny, Mary, Nancy, and Rhoda Ann (and possibly Jacob).I have some limited information on many of the siblings, which I can pass along to anyone who is interested.Children of Israel and Rebecca Noggle include Christopher, George W., Calvin, Francis M., Jacob (1836-1902, my great-great-grandfather), Eliza A., Thomas J., Mary J., Josiah, Minerva, Elizabeth, Milton, Rebecca, and Amanda Minerva.
I have two separate birth years for Calvin Noggle in my notes, 1837 and 1841 (from different sources, although I think the 1837 date is correct).My information indicates that Calvin was married twice, with his first wife having died in 1870.
“Memorable Happenings in the Grant Count Herald Newspaper, Volumes I and II” by C. Lemanski list the following info:Calvin Noggle married Mary Ann Lester on 3 July 1861, Jamestown Township, Grant County, Wisconsin; Ann (Calvin) Noggle died 4 February 1870, born 1843, Lancaster Township, Grant County, Wisconsin; C. Noggle married Eleanor Dailey on 24 July 1870, Beetown Township, Grant County, Wisconsin.I have a copy of their marriage certificate, in which Eleanor is listed as ‘Elner’ Dailey, and their individual death records.I also have a scanned image of an old photo of Eleanor, which I received from Joyce Teed, who is also doing research on the Noggle family.Most of what I have on Calvin I received from her a few years back.
Calvin is buried in the Mook Cemetery, Clayton Township (near Hwy. 61), Crawford County, Wisconsin.His stone reads born 21 October 1841 [which I believe is incorrect), died 24 November 1913.Her name is also on the stone, as Eleanor his wife, born 3 June 1852, no death date listed in my notes.Eleanor’s parents were George Dailey (or Daily) and Adelia Carrie.
Calvin and Eleanor’s children (not sure about children from Calvin and Mary Ann) are Nellie Elizabeth (m. Lucius Eastman, and later Charles Krogman), Henrietta, Emma E. (m. man named Hamilton), Ida May (m. John Maybee), Frank (m. Charlotte Elizabeth Lawver 26 May 1894, Scott County), Pierce (m. Della Kelly), Alice (m. John O’Brien), and Mrs. Charles Weis.My notes also mention that Frank and Charlotte had seven children together, and that 6 were given up for adoption, except for the youngest Martha Louise.Charlotte apparently also had 4 other children with a man named Louis Van Ert.If she remarried, this may explain why she isn’t buried with Calvin.
If you would like hard copies of any of this information, please let me know.Hope this helps.