Person:Peter Noyes (6)

m. 18 Nov 1622
  1. Thomas Noyes1623 - 1666
  2. Elizabeth Noyes1625 - Bef 1698
  3. Dorothy Noyes1627 - 1715
  4. Peter Noyes1630/31 - 1692
  5. Abigail Noyes
  6. Joseph Noyes1633 - Bef 1661
m. 30 Nov 1654
  1. Dorothy Noyes - 1719
  2. Sarah NoyesBef 1679 - 1717
Facts and Events
Name Peter Noyes
Gender Male
Christening[1] 18 Jan 1630/31 Weyhill, Hampshire, England
Marriage 30 Nov 1654 Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United Statesto Elizabeth Darvell
Death[2] 15 Aug 1692 Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
  1. Reed, Paul C. and Dean Crawford Smith. "The English Ancestry of Peter1 Noyes", in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society)
    Vol. 152, p. 284.

    Children of Peter Noyes and Elizabeth ---: 5) Peter, b. Weyhill 18 Jan 1630/31.

  2. Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Middlesex County, MA: Probate File Papers, 1648-1871. (American Ancestors, 2014)
    Case 16075: Peter Noyes 1692.

    9 Sep 1692: Bond of Peter Noyes of Sudbury as administrator of his ffather mr Peter Noyes late of Sudbury.
    2 Nov 1692: Inventory of Peter Noyes late of Sudbury ... Gen't who dyed intestate ye 15th day of Augusut 1692 as it was presented by Peter Noyes onely Son to ye said deceased: £1455:15:4.
    29 Mar 1694: Peter Noyes cited to appear due to his obstruction of the committee commissioned to divide his father's estate.
    6 Apr 1694: Inventory of Real Estate of Peter Noyes. "into three equall shares to be for one son & these daughters, the Son to take his Choice and ye four Daughters to deivide the other Two shares among themselves". "... given to understand by good Information that there is a Considerable Estate in old England which ye aforesaid mr Peter Noyes now deceased dyed seized of".
    17 Apr 1694: Judge orders distribution of personal estate, the administrator's "Imperfect account" showing sufficient income to pay all debts and charges. The borther is given one third, the remaining two thirds divided among the "ffower sisters", Mary Munjoy, Dorothy Noyes, Sarah Noyes, and Esther Noyes.
    25 May 1694: Accompt of Peter Noyes adm'r of his ffather Mr Peter Noyes Late of Sudbury. Objected to by "ye Daughters of Mr Peter Noyes" for his large account against the estate and the omission of income that belonged to the estate.
    5 Jul 1694: Distribution of personal estate "not being complied with", committee ordered to set out to ye ffower Daughters, their return approved.
    22 Nov 1694: Articles of agreement between mr Peter Noyse of Sudbury on the one party and Mrs Mary Munjoy Attorney to her husband George Munjoy, Dorathy Noyse, Sarah Noyse & Esther Noyse all four sisters to the s'd Mr Peter Noyse on the other party all being the Children and Natterall heirs of Mr Peter Noyes Sen'r Late of Sudbury deceased.
    17 Mar 1695/6: Account of Mr Peter Noyes allowed.