Person:Frederick Noack (1)

Frederick Noack
m. BEF 1858
  1. Marie Noack1858 - 1926
  2. John Noack1860 - BEF 1927
  3. Frederick Noack1864 - 1932
Facts and Events
Name[1] Frederick Noack
Alt Name[2] Fred Noack
Alt Name[3] Fredrick Noak
Gender Male
Birth[4][3] 1864
Alt Birth[2] 16 NOV 1867 Grattan, Renfrew, Ontario, Canada
Death[5][2] 07 JUN 1932 Kingston, Frontenac, Ontario, CanadaOntario Hospital
Burial[2] 09 JUN 1932 Cataraqui Cemetery, Kingston, Frontenac, Ontario, Canada
  1. Email, in Janet Brown (Lisk), Recipient: Rick Moffat, 4 Feb 2001, Questionable quality.

    The first Matthew Noack was married first to Wilhemina Schilka and had three children....Fred, Mary, and John.

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Fred Noack, in Ontario. Registrar General. Death Registrations, 1869-1939 and Index, 1869-1939. (134 Ian Macdonald Boulevard, Toronto, Ontario, Canada: Archives of Ontario), 1932, Primary quality.

    Name: Fred Noack
    Death Date: Jun 1932
    Death Location: Frontenac
    Gender: Male
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1868
    Birth Location: Township of Grattan

  3. 3.0 3.1 Mathias Noak household, in 1881 Canadian Census, LDS CD, Transcriptions. (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Salt Lake City, UT84150-3400, 2001), Page 25, Family 110, 4 Apr 1881, Secondary quality.

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

    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

  4. Descendants of Mathias Noack, in Schroeder, Richard H (Rick) Email, Recipient: Moffat, Rick, Apr 2001, Questionable quality.

    FREDERICK NOACK, b. 1864.

  5. Obituary of Bertha Noack, in Renfrew, Ontario, Canada. Renfrew Mercury, 3 June 1927, Secondary quality.

    Fred is not mentioned as a surviving brother in her obituary.

    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 with regret by many. She leaves to mourn 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 to 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.