Individual Record 170

Name}   Noble, Andrew Family History} Olson                  
  Title}   Race} White Sex} Male
Birth:   Date} Fam 14 May 1829 Place} Jedburgh, Roxburgh, Scotland
Marr.: Date} Exa 7 Oct 1875 Place} Toronto, York, Ontario, Canada     (Link)
Death: Date} Cir 1916 Place} Ontario, San Bernardino, California
Burial: Date} Cir 1916 Place} Bellevue Memorial Park, Ontario, San Bernardino, California
  Grave Marker} Yes
Source 1} 131 = Family Notes
Source 2} 755 = Geog history
Source 3} 224 = 1841 SCT cen
Source 4} 1467=1871 CAN cen
Source 5} 246 = Title abst
Source 6} 341 = Title abst
Source 7} 1350=Business dir
Source 8} 319 = Marriage rec
Source 9} 905 = Marriage rec
Source 10}1468=1881 CAN cen
Source 11}1469=Voter record
Source 12}  26 = 1900 USA cen
Source 13}872 = Voter record
Source 14}187 = Photograph
Source 15}124 = 1910 USA cen
Source 16}  69 = Cemetery rec
Source 17}  
Parents: } James Noble & Janet Mitchell
   Relationship No.} 12
1st Household No.} 70 = Bongate, Jedburgh, Roxburgh, Scotland
      Occupation 1} Tailor
       Occupation 2} Fruit farmer
  Religion/Church} Presbyterian
Spouses:   Prime} Ambler, Annie E.
 Total Number of} 1
Notes:  Andrew was born 14 May 1829 according to family records.  His parents were James Noble and Janet Mitchell.  The 1841 Scotland census shows Andrew living with his father, brothers, and sisters, in Bongate, Parish of Jedburgh, Roxburgh, Scotland.  His mother had died the year before.

At some point, Andrew and his brother Walter immigrated to Canada.  The Ontario Archives Land Records Index show leases with his name dated 1857 0502 and 1867 0202, on Lot 27, Concession 16, Logan Twp., Perth County.  There is a contract of sale dated 1872 0215.
On 10 Feb 1860, Andrew was a witness to the marriage of his brother Walter Noble to Agnes Detwiller.  At the time he was living in Elma Township, Perth, Ontario. In the 1871 Canada census, Andrew, age 40, was living in St. Johns Ward, West Toronto, Ontario.  He was a tailor and a Presbyterian.  Living with him was James Noble, age 20, a clerk.  James was probably his nephew.

On 7 Oct 1875, Andrew, married Annie Ambler in York County, Ontario.  In the 1881 Canada census, Andrew, 51, and Annie, 32, were living in St. James Ward, Toronto City, Ontario.  Andrew was a tailor.  They had two sons, James, 4, and Ralph, 2.  Living with the family was James Nobel, 33, now a cabinet maker, William Davison, 20, also a cabinet maker, and Jennie Green, 16, a servant.

Andrew, Annie, and their two sons, immigrated to the United States in 1884.  Andrew became a naturalized U.S. citizen on 2 Jun 1890, in Superior Court, San Bernardino, California.  He registered to vote on 31 Jul 1890, and appears in the California Great Registers of eligible voters from 1890 through 1898.  In 1890, he was 60 years old, and a tailor.  In the 1898 register, he is 70 years, and a fruit grower.  He is described as 5'8½", light complexion, blue eyes, and gray hair.

Click to enlarge In the 1900 U.S. census, Andrew was living with his wife Annie, and children Ralph and Charles, in Ontario, San Bernadino, California.  Ontario was known for its citrus groves, and Andrew was a fruit worker.  To the left, he is shown feeding the chickens.  By the 1910 U.S. census, he and his wife were living alone on Euclid Avenue, Ontario.  The 1910 voter registration lists describe him as retired, declines to state party preference, and living on "Euclid, between G and H, Ontario, Cal".  Andrew died in 1916, and is buried in the Bellevue Memorial Park, Ontario, California.
Time of Birth}   Time of Death}   Fraternal/Social}  
Baptism Date}   Place}  
Confirm. Date}   Photo} Andrew, circa 1906 Click to enlarge
Immigr'n Date} 1884 Port} Canada border
Education: Grade}           
  or Top 2 Degrees}  
Military: Service}  
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Last Updated
by} Karen Hancock
Date Updated} 12 May 20143
Date Created}  27 Jun 1993
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