Well, I haven't focused on them, and I doubt it will contain much useful, but here's what a quick search of my notes turns up:
Henry Howe 1845 _Historical Collections of Virginia: Containing a Collection of the..._
pg 191 Martinsburg, the county-seat, lies on the line of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 169 miles NNW of Richmond, 77 from Washington, and 20 from Harper's Ferry...
This town was laid out by Adam Stephen, esq., and established by law in 1778, when the following gentlemen were appointed trustees: James McAlister, Joseph Mitchell, Anthony Noble, James Strode, Robert Carter Willis, William Patterson, and Philip Pendleton...
Traces of the road cut by Braddock's army on their unfortunate expedition to the west, are discernible near the town.In St. Clair's defeat, about 80 citizens of the county were killed...
_History of West Virginia_ 1887 by Virgil Anson Lewis 744 pages (Philadelphia, Hubbard Brothers publishers 1889) (767 pages in pdf)
pg 494 (505 in pdf) part 2 Introduction "County Department" Berkeley 320 square miles
1772 February created Berkeley & Dunmore from Frederick and instituting a tax of 8 shillings 4 pence per cwt of tobacco
1777 October name of Dunmore was changed to Shenandoah
pg 495 (506 in pdf) Martinsburg, the county seat, was made a town by legislative enactment in 1778 October, on the lands of general Adam Steven with James McAllister, Anthony Noble, Joseph Mitchell, James Strode, Robert Carter Willis, William Patterson and Philip Pendleton, trustees.The titles to lots were vested in the trustees, but notwithstanding, general Steven sold and made deeds to several lots.A few years later these titles were disputed, and in 1784 may the Assembly passed an act making them as "valid and effective as if the conveyance had been made by the trustees themselves".
1793-11-30 the Assembly directed the trustees to establish a market house, and appointed a clerk for the same.
"West Virginia Estate Settlements," by Ross B. Johnston (Genealogical publishing company, Baltimore, 1977) p.45.
1782-08-22, Hannah Patterson and Anthony Noble were appointed guardians of orphans of Wm. Patterson: Mary, Hannah, Eleanor, Anna, and Hugh Vance Patterson. (which raises into question something I posted, before, sigh).
2008-01-13 Don C. Wood "Traveling through Berkeley county WV"
Adam Stephen laid out 252 numbered lots for his town. Martinsburg was named after Denny Martin, a nephew of Lord Fairfax, who did not live in Berkeley County.The following is a list of the 37 petitioners who signed the petition requesting that the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Virginia incorporate Martinsburg as a town in the state of Virginia: Michael Bowland, Isaac Taylor, Thos. Morriss, Daniel Culp, Phil. Pendleton [Philip Pendleton], Robt. Cockburn [Robert Cockburn], Ephraim Gaither, Jacob Fink, Amos Nichols, James McCalester, An. Siling, John Hinds, Jacob Pennybaker, James Verdier, John Morrow, George Hollenback, John Hawkins, Jacob Coons, Thomas Martin,
Anthony Noble, Thomas Phillips, John Caplan, John M. May, Mich. McKewan, John Ott, Dan. Hany [Daniel Hany], Joshua Bennett, Dav. Hunter [David Hunter], William Wilcox, Martin Hausman, Edward Bennett, Joseph Mitchel, John Keller, Dan. May [Daniel May], Isaac Morgan, Albert Riynel and Martin Helm.
_William & Mary Quarterly_ vol13 #1 1904 July pp 29-36
"Soldiers of Berkeley county VA"
At a Court held for Berkeley county, the 15th Day of April, 1777 [1777-04-15].Present: Robert Carter Willis, Godwin Swift, James McAlister, Anthony Noble, Gentlemen, Justices.
At a Court held for Berkeley County, the 21st day of April, 1778 [1778-04-21].Present: William Patterson, John Murron, Thomas Hite, Gentlemen, Justices.
Upon the complaint of Captain George Wallis, setting forth that Daniel Cameron, a soldier of the Continental Army, who hath been discharged from service by Anthony Noble, one of the Magistrates for this County on hearing the same.It is the Opinion of the Court that the said discharge is contrary to law.
_Historical Collections Of Virginia_ 1845 Henry Howe
It is compactly built, and contains 2 newspaper printing offices; 7 stores; a market; 1 Presbyterian, 1 Lutheran, 1 Episcopal, 1 German Reformed, 1 Methodist, and 1 Catholic church; and a population of about 1700.This town was laid out by Adam Stephen, Esq., and established by law in 1778, when the following gentlemen were appointed trustees: James McAlister, Joseph Mitchell, Anthony Noble, James Strode, Robert Carter Willis, William Patterson, and Philip Pendleton.It derived its name from the late Col. T.B. Martin.The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad passes through the village...
Bourbon county Kentucky (KY) records, deeds, abstracts, court orders, suits...
January Court, 1805 estate of Jonathan Jacobs granted widow Anne Jacobs...
Edward Wilson, aged 66 yrs., states in same, that prior to 1783 he had in his possession several VA Land Treasury Warrants and had Benedict Coachman assist him in locating said land; he made beginning of Gaither's entry, entered surveys for Peter Henry, Moses Hunter, Duvall Keeves,
Anthony Noble, one Byars, Chas. Bryan and David Campbell. He had interest in these but sold to John Wilson, Jesse Enlaw and Geo. Bathe and part of Noble's to Stephen Peyton.
and not the same Sarah Crawford (nor, I think, the same Hannah Vance):
Sarah Crawford (Sally Crawford) (daughter of colonel William Crawford & Hannah Vance) b: c. 1749 in Winchester, Frederick county VA d: 1838-11-10 in Fayette county PA m1: major William Harrison d: 1782-06-13 in Wapatomic, Logan county OH m2: Uriah Springer II b: 1754-11-13 in Frederick county VA d: 1826-09-21 in Connellsville, Fayette county PA
Nancy Harrison (daughter of William Harrison & Sarah Crawford/Sally Crawford; grand-daughter of Lawrence Harrison & Catherine Marmaduke and colonel William Crawford & Hannah Vance) b: 1772-12-03 in Westmoreland county PA d: 1856-12-06 in Logan county Oh m: 1813-11-18 to Daniel McKinnon baptized 1767-06-07 at St. John's buried: Pleasant Hill cem Clark county OH