Saw your postings on the Thomas J. Noggle and Margaret Augusta Hook line.Their son, Ralph Noggle, was my maternal grandfather, and I’ve been working on the extended family history (e.g., Noggle, Dark, Venard, Barham, Smith, Shaw, Hook, Derbin, etc.).I should be able to provide you with some of the info you seek.I’ve summarized some of the info here, but feel free to contact me for more specifics, if you wish.It might take a while to find some of their birth/death dates, as I’ve been focusing on tracking down some of the older lines lately.
Thomas Jefferson Noggle (b. 22 October 1864, WI; d. 18 March 1923, WI) married Augusta (sometimes Margaret Augusta) Hook (b. 14 Sept 1869, IA, d. July 1947 WI) on 26 Nov 1889 Grant Co WI.They had 11 children, ten of whom survived to adulthood:
Thomas Jefferson, Jr.(always went by Jeff) Ora (daughter, died age 2) Arthur Edward (9 March 1894-9 June 1971) Nellie Pearl Alta Mae Sadie Ethel Mark Ralph (10 Dec 1902-24 Oct 1984) Lula Selma
Saw that you have many of the birth/death/marriage info already, so haven’t repeated that here.Ralph married Veretta Julia Haessley (19 May 1915-29 May 2004) on 11 Nov 1933); the Haessley line contains Haessley, Fitzpatrick, Wagner, Weiss, Parrett, and Hebert families.The Hebert line can be traced back to the 1640s in Montreal.
Thomas J. Noggle’s (Sr.) parents were Jacob Noggle (1833-1902) and Sarah Dark (1843-1908).Jacob was the son of Israel Noggle (1814-c.1861-1865) and Rebecca Derbin (1812-1888).Sarah’s parents were Anderson Critfield Darke (1801-1851) and (Lydia) Margaret Barham (b1814, d. Kansas).The Barham lineage is well-researched, with various sources tracking it back to the de Bereham and Fitz-Urse families in England, circa A.D. 1100-1200.Israel Noggle was the son of Jacob Noggle (1768-1841) and Nancy Venard (d.1849), both early settlers in Warren County, Ohio.The Venard/Vineyard line can be traced back to Pennsylvania and before that Virginia.The Noggle line seems to have started in Pennsylvania, but from there the trail runs cold.
I have a few old photos with Thomas and Augusta’s family, one of Jacob Noggle late in life, and various cemetery photos (with Noggle, Hook, Shaw, Smith graves) from trips to Iowa that I’ve been meaning to post on the Clayton County IA web pages (in my “free” time).If you are interested in any of these, please let me know.