Person:Matthew Noack (1)

Watchers
m. BEF 1868
  1. Bertha Noack1868 - 1927
  2. Albert Noack1873 - 1931
  3. Matthew Noack, Jr.1874 - 1943
  4. William Herman Noack1877 - 1955
  5. August Noack1879 - 1968
  6. Wilhelmina H Noack1883 - 1920
  7. Emma Elvena Noack1884 - 1961
  8. Rosalina Noak1886 - 1918
m. 14 DEC 1904
  1. Matthew Charles Noack1905 - 1994
  2. Lena Wilhelmina Sophia Noack1906 - 2005
  3. Noack1909 - 1909
  4. Noack1910 - 1910
  5. Wilhelmina Meta Noack1912 - 2004
  6. Peter Noack1914 - 1914
  7. Annie Noack1914 - 1914
m. 25 FEB 1920
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] Matthew Noack, Jr.
Alt Name[4] Martin Noack
Alt Name[5][6] Mathias Noak
Alt Name[7][8] Mathias Noack
Alt Name[9] Mat Noack
Alt Name[9] Mathew Noack
Gender Male
Birth[10][4][5][11][6] 28 DEC 1874 Killaloe Station, Hagarty, Renfrew, Ontario, Canada
Marriage 14 DEC 1904 Petawawa, Renfrew, Ontario, Canada|Evangelical Church
to Anna Mary Peters
Illness? 12 MAY 1908 He severely injured his leg while working his land
Illness[13] 22 MAY 1908 His leg was amputated
Marriage 25 FEB 1920 Kitchener, Waterloo, Ontario, Canadato Bertha Struck
Death[10] 27 JUN 1943 Tavistock, East Zorra, Oxford, Ontario, Canada
References
  1. Email, in Janet Brown (Lisk), Recipient: Rick Moffat, 10 Jan 2001, Questionable quality.
  2. Email, in Janet Brown (Lisk), Recipient: Rick Moffat, 4 Feb 2001, Questionable quality.

    Matthew Noack II was married to Annie Peters and then to Bertha Moser (Tavistock, Oxford , Ontario).

  3. Renfrew, Ontario, Canada. Renfrew Mercury, 3 June 1927, Secondary quality.

    Death claimed for its victim another elderly person when Miss Bertha Noack passed away on Tuesday morning, May 24th, following an illness of about three months. The cause being pernicious anemia. The deceased was aged 68 years, 10 months and two days. As Miss Noack never married she spent most of her younger days with her parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Noack. After their death she spent a few years with her brother, Matt. Noack, Jr., and the last seven years she spent with her brother-in-law, Henry Lisk and family where her death took place. She was a devoted member of the Evangelical church always willing to aid in time of need. Her death will be learned woth regret by many. She leaves to moourn her (?) four brothers, Matthew and Albert of Killaloe, William of Tramore, August of Golden Lake, and one sister, Mrs. John Schlievert of Arnprior and many cousins, nephews and nieces. The funeral took place on Thursday, May 26th, at half-past one. A short service was held at the house, after which her remains were taken to the church where a large number gathered to pay last respect (sic) to the deceased. From here remains were taken ot the cemetery and laid to rest. Rev. C. R. Kauth conducted the service. The pall-bearers were her four brothers, - Albert, August, Matthew and William Noack; her brother-in-law, Henry List and Nicholas Krans.

    Mrrs. John Schlievert was in town Thursday last to attend the funeral of her sister. the late Miss B Noack.

    Mrs. August Noack and daughter Emma and Mrs. Godfrey Yourth of Golden Lake were in town Thursday to attend the funeral of Miss B Noack.

    Messrs. Ernie and Willie Noack of Tramore spent Sunday at the home of H. Lisk and family.

  4. 4.0 4.1 Minnie Noack household, in Renfrew, Ontario, Canada. 1901 Census of Canada. (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada, 1901), i-2 Page 19, 31 Mar 1901, Primary quality.

    ON RENFREW (South/Sud) (#111) Subdistrict: Hagarty, Sherwood & Jones i-2 Page 19

    4 145 Noack Minnie F Head W Nov 15 1846 55 Germany 1870 German German Methodist
    5 145 Noack Bertha F Daughter S Jul 28 1872 29 Ont r German Canadian Methodist
    6 145 Noack Martin M Son S Dec 28 1874 28 Ont r German Canadian Methodist Farmer
    7 145 Noack Augst M Son S Sep 15 1879 22 Ont r German Canadian Methodist Farmer
    8 145 Noack Minnie F Daughter S Nov 11 1883 18 Ont r German Canadian Methodist
    9 145 Noack Emma F Daughter S Jul 12 1887 14 Ont r German Canadian Methodist
    10 145 Noack Lena F Daughter S Sep 16 1889 12 Ont r German Canadian Methodist

  5. 5.0 5.1 1881 Canadian Census, LDS CD, Transcriptions. (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Salt Lake City, UT84150-3400, 2001).

    Census Place: Hagarty & Jones, Renfrew South, Ontario, Canada Source: FHL Film 1375870 NAC C-13234 Dist 113 SubDist H Page 25 Family 110

    Household:
    Sex Marr Age Origin Birthplace
    Mathias NOAK
    M M 45 German Germany Occ: Farmer Religion: Methodist
    Mena NOAK
    F M 34 German Germany Religion: Methodist
    John NOAK
    M 20 German Germany Occ: Farmer Son Religion: Methodist
    Fredrick NOAK
    M 17 German Germany Occ: Son Farmer Religion: Methodist
    Bertha NOAK
    F 10 German Germany Religion: Methodist
    Albert NOAK
    M 8 German Germany Religion: Methodist
    Mathias NOAK
    M 6 German Germany Religion: Methodist
    William NOAK
    M 5 German Germany Religion: Methodist
    Augast NOAK
    M 2 German Germany Religion: Methodist
    Mena NOAK
    F 1 German Germany Religion: Methodist

  6. 6.0 6.1 Mathias Noak household, in Renfrew, Ontario, Canada. 1891 Census of Canada. (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada), 16 Apr 1891, Primary quality.

    Noak Mathias M 55 M - Germany - Germany Germany Methodist Farmer
    Noak Mena F 43 M W Germany - Germany Germany Methodist
    Noak Bertha F 21 - D Ontario - Germany Germany Methodist
    Noak Albert M 18 - S Ontario - Germany Germany Methodist Farmer
    Noak Mathias M 16 - S Ontario - Germany Germany Methodist
    Noak William M 14 - S Ontario - Germany Germany Methodist
    Noak August M 13 - S Ontario - Germany Germany Methodist
    Noak Mena F 12 - D Ontario - Germany Germany Methodist
    Noak Emma F 7 - D Ontario - Germany Germany Methodist
    Noak Lena F 5 - D Ontario - Germany Germany Methodist

  7. male Noack, in Ontario. Registrar General. Death Registrations, 1869-1939 and Index, 1869-1939. (134 Ian Macdonald Boulevard, Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Archives of Ontario), 1909, Primary quality.

    Name: MRS Noack Anonymus [I read this as male Noack]
    Death Date: 31 Aug 1909
    Death Location: Renfrew
    Gender: Male
    Estimated birth year: abt 1909
    Birth Location: Hogarby [Hagarty]

  8. Lena Noack, in Ontario, Canada. Ontario Canada Births 1869-1913. (Toronto, Ontario: Archives of Ontario), 1906, Primary quality.

    Name: Lena Noack
    Date of Birth: 20 Dec 1906
    Gender: Female
    Birth : Renfrew
    Father's name: Mathias Noack
    Mother's name: Annie Peters
    Roll Number: MS929_181

  9. 9.0 9.1 Mat Noack & Bertha Moeser, in Ontario, Canada. Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1801-1928. (Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Archives of Ontario), 1920, Primary quality.

    Name: Mat Noack
    Birth Place: Hagerton Ont
    Age: 45
    Father Name: Mathew Noack
    Mother Name: Minnie Schelka
    Estimated birth year: abt 1875
    Spouse Name: Bertha Moeser
    Spouse's Age: 54
    Spouse Birth Place: Germany
    Spouse Father Name: Carl Struck
    Spouse Mother Name : Hannah Kehl
    Marriage Date: 25 Feb 1920
    Marriage Place: Waterloo, Ont
    Marriage : Waterloo
    Source: Indexed by: Ancestry.com

  10. 10.0 10.1 Family Tree, in Schroeder, Richard H (Rick) Email, Recipient: Moffat, Rick, Questionable quality.

    MATHIAS NOACK, b. 28 Dec 1874, Killaloe Station, Ontario; d. 27 Jun 1943, Tavistock, Oxford , Zorra East Township

  11. Matthew Charles Noack, in Ontario, Canada. Ontario Canada Births 1869-1913. (Toronto, Ontario: Archives of Ontario), 1905, Primary quality.

    Name: Matthew Charles Noack
    Date of Birth: 4 Sep 1905
    Gender: Male
    Birth : Renfrew
    Father's name: Matthew Noack
    Mother's name: Annie Peters
    Roll Number: MS930_44

  12.   Serious Accident, in Renfrew, Ontario, Canada. Renfrew Mercury, 15 May 1908, Secondary quality.

    Serious Accident
    On Wednesday morning Dr. Gourley, of Killaloe, brought down to Victoria Hospital Matthew Noack, a well-to-do German farmer of about 33 years of age, who had met with a serious accident the preceding evening. He had been rolling his land with a three-section iron roller. In some way, striking a stump the tongue broke, and he was pitched forward, being caught between the frame and the roller. He was partially stunned also and, the horses running away, he was dragged some distance along the ground and over a stone fence. He came to his senses sufficiently to grasp one line and thus turn the horses aside and free himself just before they came to a cliff. His right leg was badly smashed. Drs. Murphy and Wade sent the leg, but do not hold out much hope but that it will have to be amputated, the bones were so badly broken

  13. Serious Accident (follow-up), in Renfrew, Ontario, Canada. Renfrew Mercury, 22 May 1908, Secondary quality.

    Matthew Noack, of Killaloe, the accident to whom was chronicled in The Mercury of last week, had to submit this week to the amputation of his leg. The Doctors had little hope of saving it from the first.