Person:Mary Calhoun (17)

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Mary Calhoun
 
m. ABT 1715
  1. Mary CalhounAbt 1715 -
  2. James Calhoun1716 - 1760
  3. Jean CalhounEst 1717-1722 -
  4. Ezekiel Calhoun1720 - Abt 1762
  5. William Calhoun1725 - BEF 1794
  6. Patrick Calhoun1726/27 - 1796
  • HJohn NobleAbt 1713 - Bef 1752
  • WMary CalhounAbt 1715 -
m. prob. abt. 1733
  1. Maj. Alexander Noble1733 - 1802
  2. James NobleAbt 1735 - 1796
  3. Jane NobleEst 1735-1739 -
  4. Patrick NobleAbt 1737 -
  5. Ezekiel Noble1745-1750 -
Facts and Events
Name[2][3] Mary Calhoun
Alt Name[1] Catherine Mary Calhoun
Gender Female
Birth? Abt. 1715 prob. County Donegal, Ireland
Alt Marriage Abt 1732 , Augusta, Virginia, USAReference number: 25642
to John Noble
Marriage prob. abt. 1733 Prob. Irelandto John Noble
Other[2][3] 1756 , Abbeville , South Carolina, USATo Moved

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/p/i/c/John-C-Pickens/FILE/0023text.txt

Miss Eliza Calhoun who prepared one of the earliest and most

    comprehensive accounts of the Calhoun family stated that Moses Davis
    married JANE NOBLE, daughter of John Noble and Mary Calhoun. Mary
    Calhoun was the sister of the Calhoun brothers who came to Long Cane
    Creek. John Noble died in Augusta Co. Va. in what is now Rockbridge
    County, but his widow and children came on to South Carolina.
References
  1. "Descendants of John Noble." Digital images. Part of website on Pickens Family.. (http://freepages.books.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~pickensarchive/text/noble.txt : 6/23/2009), "Printout p. 1," (http://freepages.books.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~pickensarchive/text/noble.txt), Primary quality.
  2. 2.0 2.1 South Carolina Historical Society, editor. South Carolina genealogies, Vol. I, Alston-Colcock. (Spartanburg, South Carolina: The Reprint Company, 1983.), 251, Primary quality.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Lucius M. Boltwood. History and genealogy of the family of Thomas Noble of Westfield, Massachusetts. (Hartford, Connecticut: Press of the Case, Lockwood & Brainard Company, 1878.), 737., Primary quality.