The Family of Sinnamon Noble and Catherine Harpur

Sinnamon Noble (1837-1904)
Catherine Harpur (184?-19??)
Married: 1875
Mary Harpur Noble (1876-19??)
Catherine Ashmuir Noble (1879-1966)
Lilias Wentworth Noble (1881-1948)
Elizabeth Frances Cross Noble (1882-19??)
Emily Ann Noble (1884-19??)

Sinnamon Noble married Catherine Harpur probably in Dublin in first quarter of 1875. The couple separated around the time of the birth of their fifth daughter Emily Ann. Sinnamon died at Ussher Quay, Dublin on 28th July 1904 and was buried in the graveyard at St Marks Church of Ireland, Armagh on 30th July 1904. Catherine died on 28th May 1916 in Dublin. They had at least 5 children.

Mary Harpur Noble was born on 22nd September 1876 and baptized 26th December 1876 in St Marks Church of Ireland, Armagh. The family’s address is given as Thomas Street, Armagh and the father’s occupation as Land Agent.

Catherine Ashmuir was born on 18th May 1879 and baptized 20th July 1879 in Eglish Church of Ireland, Co Armagh. The family’s address for this and subsequent baptisms is given as Lisnafeedy, Co Armagh and the father’s occupation as Gentleman. Catherine was confirmed at St Patricks Cathedral (Church of Ireland), Armagh on 1st September 1897 aged 18. She married Walter Worthington Bamford in St James Church of Ireland, Moy on the 3rd October 1917

Lilias Wentworth was born on 22nd June 1881 and baptized 18th December 1881 in Eglish Church of Ireland, Co Armagh. She did nor marry, and lived for a time at Rosemount, Ballyedmond, Killowen, Co Down. She died on 14th May 1948 and was buried in the graveyard at Clonallon Church of Ireland.

Elizabeth Frances Cross was born on 9th October 1882, and baptized 24th August 1883, in Eglish Church of Ireland, Co Armagh.

Emily Ann was born on 26th August 1884, and baptized 15th February 1885, in Eglish Church of Ireland, Co Armagh.

See also: The Noble Family in the Parish Registers of Eglish and Armagh
Lilias Wentworth Noble and Elizabeth Frances Cross Noble in the 1901 Census

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