John Calvin Noe Jr.Age: 73 years1760–1833
- John Calvin Noe Jr.
- birth name
- Given names
- John Calvin
- Name suffix
|Birth|| between 1760 and 1765 15 11|
| Birth of a daughter|
|Sarah (Sally) Noe|
|Birth of a brother||Charles Noe|
|Marriage of parents||John Calvin Noe Sr. — Elizabeth Patrick — View this family|
|Birth of a brother||Randolph Noe|
about 1766 (Age 6 years)
|Birth of a brother||Aqullia Noe|
about 1774 (Age 14 years)
|Birth of a sister||Mary Noe|
about 1775 (Age 15 years)
|Birth of a brother||David Noe|
about 1776 (Age 16 years)
|Kentucky County, Virginia Formed|| December 31, 1776 (Age 16 years)|
Note: Kentucky County (then alternately spelled Kentucke County) was formed by the Commonwealth of Virginia by dividing Fincastle County, VA. into three new counties: Kentucky, Washington, and Montgomery, effective December 31, 1776. During the three and one-half years of Kentucky County's existence, its seat of government was Harrodstown (then also known as Oldtown, later renamed Harrodsburg).
|Articles of Confederation|| November 17, 1777 (Age 17 years)|
Note: The Continental Congress submitted the Articles of Confederation to the states for ratification. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Articles_of_Confederation
|Birth of a brother||James Noe|
about 1780 (Age 20 years)
|Kentucky County, Virginia Abolished|| June 30, 1780 (Age 20 years)|
Note: Kentucky County was abolished on June 30, 1780, when it was divided into Fayette, Jefferson, and Lincoln counties of Virginia. These later petitioned together to separate from Virginia, which was approved by the Virginia House of Delegates.
|Marriage||Mary Gross — View this family|
1787 (Age 27 years)
|Death of a wife||Mary Gross|
between 1787 and 1788 (Age 27 years)
|Marriage||Charlotte Carr Lewis — View this family|
1788 (Age 28 years)
Note: In 1787 Lincoln County did not exist as a Kentucky County but was part of the Virginia territory. This date is five years prior to Kentucky becoming a state. At this time John would have been in the geographical area of Knox, and later, Harlan County, Kentucky.
|Birth of a sister||Margaret Noe|
about 1792 (Age 32 years)
|Kentucky Becomes 15th State|| June 25, 1792 (Age 32 years)|
|Lincoln County, Kentucky Formed|| June 25, 1792 (Age 32 years)|
Note: Lincoln was one of the original three counties formed out of Virginia's Kentucky County. (The other two were Fayette and Jefferson counties.) These three were separated from Virginia to create the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 1792.
|George Washington Relected|| December 5, 1792 (Age 32 years)|
Note: Geo. Washington relected to his second term as president.
|Marriage of a child||John Jones Sr — Sarah (Sally) Noe — View this family|
about 1795 (Age 35 years)
|Knox County, Kentucky Formed|| December 19, 1799 (Age 39 years)|
Note: Knox County was officially formed on December 19, 1799. Losing counties were Lincoln County.
|Birth of a brother||Hiram Noe|
about 1800 (Age 40 years)
|Rockcastle County, Kentucky Formed|| January 8, 1810 (Age 50 years)|
Note: Rockcastle County was officially formed on January 8, 1810. Losing counties were Lincoln, Pulaski, Madison and Knox counties.
|Census|| August 6, 1810 (Age 50 years)|
|New Madrid Earthquake|| December 16, 1811 (Age 51 years)|
Note: New Madrid Earthquake reverses course of Mississippi River.(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Madrid_earthquake)
|Death of a father||John Calvin Noe Sr.|
February 16, 1816 (Age 56 years)
|Harlan County, Kentucky Formed|| January 28, 1819 (Age 59 years)|
Note: Harlan County was officially formed on January 28, 1819. Losing counties were Knox County.
|Death|| 1833 (Age 73 years)|
|Last change|| January 29, 2014 – 12:20:27|
|Family with parents|
John Calvin Noe Sr.
Birth: 1745 — Orange County, Virginia, USA
Death: February 16, 1816 — Lee County, Virginia, USA
Birth: about 1749 17 — Amherst County, Virginia, USA
Marriage: before 1765 — Amherst County, Virginia, USA
Birth: about 1762 17 13
Death: after 1840
5 yearsyounger brother
Birth: about 1766 21 17
Death: March 19, 1866
9 yearsyounger brother
Birth: about 1774 29 25
2 yearsyounger sister
Birth: about 1775 30 26
2 yearsyounger brother
Birth: about 1776 31 27
Death: about 1834
5 yearsyounger brother
Birth: about 1780 35 31
13 yearsyounger sister
Birth: about 1792 47 43
Death: October 22, 1861
9 yearsyounger brother
Birth: about 1800 55 51
Death: February 15, 1874
|Family with Mary Gross|
Death: between 1787 and 1788 — Amherst County, Virginia, USA
Marriage: 1787 — Amherst County, Virginia, USA
|Family with Charlotte Carr Lewis|
Marriage: 1788 — Lincoln County, Kentucky, USA
Sarah (Sally) Noe
Birth: Virginia, USA
Death: about 1859 — Harlan, Harlan County, Kentucky, USA
In 1787 Lincoln County did not exist as a Kentucky County but was part of the Virginia territory. This date is five years prior to Kentucky becoming a state. At this time John would have been in the geographical area of Knox, and later, Harlan County, Kentucky.
|Census||1810 USA Census transcript - John Calvin Noe - Household
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John Calvin Noe was born in Amherst County, VA between 1760-1765. Amherst Co was formed from the southern half of Albermarle Co in 1761. The middle name Calvin is only speculation.In 1776, at the age of about 16, he took the Oath of Allegiance to Commonwealth of Virginia to serve in the Revolutionary War. He did this in Martinsville, Henry Co, VA with his father John Calvin Sr and brother Samuel. ~Early Settlers of Lee Co, VA
- In 1777, the citizens of Henry County started to take the Oath of Allegiance. While the Oath served as a statement of loyalty and helped to weed out Loyalists to the King, it also "encouraged" support of the government by opening the door to double or triple taxing those who refused to support the Revolutionary cause whether for personal or religious reasons.
The Oath as administered by Henry County justices was as follows:"I do swear or affirm that I do renounce and refuse all allegiance to George the Third, King of Great Britain, his heirs and successors, and that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to the Commonwealth of Virginia, as a free and independent state, and that I will not at any time, do, or cause to be done, any matter or thing that will be prejudicial or injurious to the freedom and independence thereof, as declared by Congress, and also, that I will discover and make known to some one justice of the peace for said state, all treasons or traitorous conspiracies which I know or shall hereafter know to be formed against this or any of the United States of America. So help me God."
In 1787, at the age of 27, he married Mary (Possibly Ayers) Gross but she died less than a year later in 1788. There are no sources for this information at this time.
In 1788, at the age of 28, he remarried Charlotte Carr Lewis in Lincoln Co, Kentucky (now Harlan Co that was formed in 1819 from a part of Knox Co, which was formed in 1799 from portions of Lincoln Co)
1788 was a busy year as his son Shadrack (who would later marry Rhoda Nolan) was born in Russell Co, VA (now modern Lee Co, The county was formed in 1793 from Russell County. In 1814, parts of Lee County, Russell County, and Washington County were combined to form Scott County. In 1856, parts of Lee County, Russell County, and Scott County were combined to form Wise County)
1790, age 30 his son Randolph was born in Russell Co, VA (now modern Lee Co)
On September 28, 1791, at age 31, at a Court held for Russell County, John was ordered on to be Constable in Captain Neal’s Company (OBK1-242). Russell became Lee Co., VA in 1792-93.
In 1793 at the age of 33, he signed the petition to form Lee Co, VA from Russell Co.
1793 Charlotte was witness to a deed of property, signed by a mark and his son John Calvin III and daughter Lucy were born. He would later marry Susannah Harris and she would marry David Fee.1798, age 38 son Charles born in Lee Co, VA, he would marry Jane Dunlap.
1799, age 39, son Luke B born in Lee Co, VA, he would marry Nancy.
In 1800, at age 40 his son Mark was born in Lee Co, VA, he would marry Mary Howard.
In 1809, at age 49 his son Robert Robertson, our ancestor, was born in Lee Co, VA. He would marry Mary Forrester and Emily Wells. 1809 also saw son Buford William born, who would marry Nancy Forrester.
In 1810 he might have moved to Kentucky, but it is doubtful of the timeline as the war of 1812 was going on, and stories say that his son in law David Fee who married Lucy would move with them after the war was over ending in 1815, across the mountains to then Knox and later would be Harlan Co.
In 1819 Harlan Co in formed from parts of Knox County, Kentucky.
In 1820, age 60, Shortly after death of his father he migrated to Kentucky. Mouth of Catrons Creek, Harlan Co., KY. This is right next to Lee County, Virginia. Their son John III came first who married John and Lucy Harris' daughter Susannah, moving about 1807 to the part of Knox Co. that was to become Harlan in 1819. Most of his children settled in Harlan including his son in law David Fee who married Lucy and another daughter who married a Jones and was the mother of Speed and Mastin Green Jones. Brother David Noe and his wife Morning Harris, settled in the Cranks Creek area. After the death of his father, his name was changed to SR. Another of the Harris girls, Morning, married David, another son of John and Elizabeth Patrick Noe. Thus, the sisters married and uncle and nephew. Morning Harris was David Noe's second wife. He did not settle in Harlan until this second marriage, about 1820. David Noe settled in the Cranks Creek area while his brother John lived at the mouth of Catrons Creek. From these two brother, John and David Noe, descended most of the Noe families whose roots run deep into Harlan's history. Others descend from their Virginia cousins.
1830, aged 70 he was living in Harlan, Kentucky.
1833, at the age of 73 he died in Harlan, Kentucky.
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