Probably born abt 1760/62, living in 1821 and perhaps as much as 10 years after, though I haven't found her on the 1830 census. Married perhaps c1780. No known source gives the name of her father. She was the sister and heir at law of John Reeves, who reportedly + while in service in the Revolution -- see Fleaharty vs Dent, Downer, and Linch, which to the best of my knowledge contains *absolutely* everything that is known about this entire connection, and it reads as if somebody was being charged $1 a word for the info!
Noah lived in southern Fayette or perhaps eastern Greene Co, PA, during the Revolutionary war and a bit afterward. It is stated in Fleaharty vs Dent &c that he lived on the other side of Cheat River as of c1781 and did not file a claim for the land to which his brother-in-law Reeves was entitled as the water was high and he could not get across it. Afterward he did not pursue the matter, being "a poor man, Ignorant of the Laws of his Country, and a Little Dilitory." The result was that the land known as Reeves' Improvement was taken up by others, who obtained title.
Noah appears once on the Hampshire Co tax lists, I believe in the late 1780s, but appears to have settled in Monongalia Co by abt 1791. He lived somewhere in the area of Rivesville and + there abt 1805. He was stated in 1759 to be 10 yrs old, "as it is said," so born c1749 and abt 56 yrs of age at the time of his death. (The 1759 document bound Noah to a trade until the age of 21, so it seems reasonable that the age given for him was about correct.)
The only child of his who is satisfactorily documented is a son John, born no later than 1782 (of age in 1803), who brought the action noted above vs Dent, Downer, and Linch and who identifies himself in it as the son of Noah and Nancy (Reeves). In the bill John refers, without naming them, to his "sisters & brothers," implying that he had at least 2 of each.