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March 28, 2009
SOLOMON "SOL" NOBLE. He was born Mar 1864 in Jefferson County Florida. He married SARAH COBB
1890 in Florida. She was born Nov 1869 in Jefferson County, Florida.
Notes for SOLOMON "SOL" NOBLE:
According to the 1900 Jefferson County Florida Census conducted on June 08, 1900 Solomon and his wife
Sarah were living in Ashville, Florida.
According to the 1910 Jefferson County Florida Census conducted on April 15, 1910 Solomon and his wife
Sarah were living in Ashville, Florida. By this time in 1910 they were the parents of 13 children but only 9 were
still living at this time in 1910.
According to the 1920 Madison County Florida Census conducted on June 06, 1920 Solomon and his wife
Sarah were living in Hamburg, Florida in District 189. They still had 8 of their children still living with them at
this time in 1920. The children were listed as follows:
(1) Paul Noble, son, age 17
(2) Lena Noble, daughter, age 16
(3) Lizzie Noble, daughter, age 14
(4) Hattie Noble, daughter, age 13
(5) Solomon Noble, son, age 11
(6) Gertrude Noble, daughter, age 8
(7) Cassie Noble, daughter, age 6
(8) William Noble, son, age 12
Children of SOLOMON NOBLE and SARAH COBB are:
i. OSCAR3 NOBLE, b. 17 Mar 1888, Ashville, Florida (Jefferson County).
Notes for OSCAR NOBLE:
According to Oscar's World War I Draft card dated June 05, 1917, Oscar was living in Gradyville, Georgia
in Grady County. He is described as being of medium build and medium height. He was employed as a Saw
Mill Laborer for Kelley Clark in Gradyville, Georgia. He was married at this time. He registered for the draft
in Cairo, Georgia.
ii. WASHINGTON NOBLE, b. 23 Dec 1894, Florida; d. 1922, Madison County, Florida; m. MARY; b. 1898,
Notes for WASHINGTON NOBLE:
According to Washington's World War I Draft card dated June 05, 1917 Washington was living in
Willacoochee, Georgia and working for Adel Manufacturing Company in Willacoochee, Georgia as a Saw
Mill Laborer. He registered for the draft in Coffee County, Georgia. He was single at this time in 1917. He
is described as being of medium height and medium build.
According to the 1920 Madion County Florida Census conducted on February 28, 1920 Washington and
his wife Mary were living in Greenville, Florida. Washington was working as a Sawmill Log Turner.
Washington's brother George Noble was living next door as a Boarder with Robert & Della Whitefield.
George was also working as a Sawmill Laborer, probably at the same Saw Mill as his brother Washington
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