NOE FAMILY GENEALOGY

INDEX:

NOE SPELLING

PRONOUNCEMENT OF NOE' AND NOE

EMIGRATION TO US

NOE ITEMS OF INTEREST

MILITARY NOE'S

DOCUMENTS & PHOTOGRAPHS

GENEALOGY STARTING WITH HENRY WILLIS NOE, 1860, Kentucky

NOE'S ALPHABETICAL

Medric Troy Bell (Noe) descendent of KINGS AND QUEENS OF NORMANDY; ENGLAND; SCOTLAND; FRANCE; ITALY, GERMANY aND SPAIN

 

Noe Spelling: Noe, Noe', Noee, Nooe, Neau, Nee' Neu, Nue, Noy, Now, Nay, Noeh, Notte, Noah; Noau, Now, Nuee, Nowe, Nowes.(33)(39)(40)(44)(56)(73)(75)

Noe meaning: the name meaning is from Biblical Noah "rest or repose" in Hebrew. (74)

     (Note: Many of the Noah's of North Carolina are descendents of one John Noe (75))

Pronouncement of Noe' and Noe:  1. with an accent on the e drawing out the e sound as in Joey. 2. with the e being silent as in Joe or toe.

"According to a family story one of the NOE children came from school and told their parents it was suppose to be spelled KNOW. For some period of time they spelled it that way. Then they went back to the NOE spelling."(236)

"...when information was put down, back then, it was spelled as the person taking the information tough it ought to be spelled...I have one Noe ancestor who is found on census records using three different names. Names didn't seem to be as 'binding' as they are today-if they didn't like it, they changed it."  An example is analyzed: "Huma/Marie difference could be a first and a middle name. Or it could be a transcription error. In very fancy script, the H's and M's are similar-a slightly open A could look like a U and an R and I close together could look lime an M." (238)

It seems First and Middle names were often interchanged with the middle name being used as a first name.  It is also speculated that some first names were changed to match the time and locations, to be more macho.

Medric Troy Bell (Noe) descendent of KINGS AND QUEENS OF NORMANDY; ENGLAND; SCOTLAND; FRANCE; ITALY, GERMANYand SPAIN the Campbells

IF THERE IS A SMALL IMAGE ON THE LEFT OF THE GENEALOGY LISTING, IT MEANS THAT PERSON ALSO HAS A DIRECT LINK TO KINGS/QUEENS ANCESTORS AND THEY ARE PROVIDED BELOW THE COMPLETE LISTING FROM THE VIKING KINSHIP TO ROBERT NOE.  AT THE BOTTOM OF ALL THE ANCESTORS IS THE PHOTO GALLERY OF THE KINGS/QUEENS.

NOTE: 

 

RULER OF A COUNTRY:  crowned head, emperor, head of state, king,

VIKINGS KINDSHIP

LEDGEN:  Ragnar Lodbrok or Lothbrok (Old Norse:  was a legendary Norse ruler, king, and hero from the Viking Age described in Old Norse poetry and several sagas. In this tradition, Ragnar was the scourge of France and England and the father of many renowned sons, including Ivar the Boneless, Björn Ironside, Halfdan Ragnarsson, Sigurd Snake-in-the-Eye, and Ubba. While these men are historical figures, it is uncertain whether Ragnar himself existed or really fathered them. Many of the tales about him appear to conflate the deeds of several historical Viking heroes and rulers. many acts ascribed to Ragnar in the Gesta can be associated, through other sources, with various figures, some of which are more historically certain. The movie "Vikings" with Kirt Douglas is based on the charcter Ragnar.

 

 

GENEALOGY VIKING Starts With Eystine Glumra, VIKING

Eystein Glumra (the Clatterer), also called Eystein Ivarsson (born ca. 805 in Nord-Trøndelag, Norway) was Jarl (Earl) of Oppland and Hedmark in Norway. According to the Orkneyinga Saga, Eystein the noisy was the son of Ivar the Uplanders’ earl, and grandson of Halfdan the Old. Although the Saga does mention a few Ivars, none are said to be Eystein's father. Heiti, Gorr’s son, was father of Sveiði the sea-king, the father of Halfdan the old, the father of Ivar the Uplanders’ earl, the father of Eystein the noisy, the father of earl Rognvald the mighty and the wise in council.

     Rognvald Eysteinsson  (fl. 865) sometimes referred to with the bynames of "the Wise" or "the Powerful" was the jarl of Møre in Norway and a key figure in the founding of 

     the Earldom of Orkney.  

     Three quite different sources for the creation of the Norse earldom on Orkney and Shetland exist. Spouse: Ragnhild

       

        The First Ruler and Conqueror of Normandy Rollo (c. 846 – c. 932), known as Ganger-Hrólf (or as Göngu Hrólfr in the Old Norse language),[1][2][3]and 

           baptised Robert, was a Viking who became the first ruler of Normandy father of Adelaide of Aquitaine. After making himself independent of theNorwegian king Harald Fairhair, he 

           sailed off to Scotland, Ireland, England and Flanders on pirating expeditions, and took part in raids along France 's Seine river.[4]  [5] Rollo won a reputation as a great leader of 

           Viking rovers in Ireland and  Scotland HRÓLFR; ROLLO the DANE; KONING der NOORMANNEN or KING of the NORTHMEN; Also called ROLF the WALKER  

           because being so tall he preferred to go afoot rather than ride the little Norwegian horses; Originally a Norse Viking Chief, he was noted for strength and martial 

           prowess; Baptized ROBERT. Son of Rognval Eysteinesson  Rollo or Rolf the Ganger, was a Viking raider chief.  

           THE KINSHIP RELATIONSHIP TO ROLLO, VIKING COMES FROM TWO ANCESTORS    DIRECT RELATIONSHIP TO ROLLO’S DAUGHTER ADELAIDE WHO MARRIED KING 

            HUGE CAPET  AND A DIRECT CONNECTION THROUGH KING WILLIAM I, CONQUEROR OF ENGLAND, THROUGH HIS GREAT, GREAT GRANDFATHER 2ND RULER OF 

            NORMANDY AND WILLIAM LONGSWORD WHO WAS A SON OF ROLLO. Rollo was the brother of Ragnar

                  Adela of Normandy:  Gerloc (or Geirlaug), baptised in Rouen as Adela (or Adèle) in 912, was the daughter of Rollo, first duke of Normandy, and his wife, Poppa.[1] She 

                  was the sister of Duke William Longsword. William Towhead, the future count of Poitou and duke of Aquitaine

                        Adelaide of Aquitaine (c 945 or 952-1004) daughter of William III, Duke of Aquitaine and Adela of Normandy who was the daughter of Adela                         she was married to King Hugh Capet 941-966, 1st King of the Franks (See genealogy of OF

                        MITILDA MA VLAANDEREN OF FRANCE WIFE OF KING WILLIAM THE FIRST OF ENGLAND

of Aquitaine and Adela of Normandy who was the daughter of Adela                         she was married to King Hugh Capet 941-966, 1st King of the Franks (See genealogy of OF

                        MITILDA MA VLAANDEREN OF FRANCE WIFE OF KING WILLIAM THE FIRST OF ENGLAND

                              2nd Ruler of Normandy: William I Longsword, Duke Guillaume (French: Guillaume Longue-Épée, Latin: Willermus Longa Spata, Old Norse:Vilhjálmr 

                              Langaspjót), (c. 893-17 December 942 ) was the second ruler of Normandy, from 927 until his assassination. Brother of Rollo

                               Sprote de Bretagne (Abt 0911-)

                                    Duke of Normandy Richard I  (28 August 93320 November 996), also known as Richard the Fearless (French, Richard Sans-Peur), was 

                                    the Duke of Normandy from 942 to 996. Son of  William Longsword, His mother was a Breton concubine captured in war and bound to William by a more 

                                    danico marriage

                                    Married to Gunnor  DE CREPON (Abt 0936-1031)

                                             Duke of Normandy Richard II ( 23 August 96328 August 1026), called the Good (French: Le Bon), was the eldest son and heir of Richard I the 

                                             Fearless and Gunnora.[1][2] He was a Norman nobleman of the House of Normandy. Son of Richard I Judith of Brittany also called Judith of 

                                            Rennes (982–1017) Duchess of Normandy           

                                                    Duke of Normandy: Robert I the Magnificent (French: le Magnifique)[a] (22 June 1000 – 1–3 July 1035), was the Duke of  Normandy from 

                                                   1027 until his death. Owing to uncertainty over the numbering of the Dukes of Normandy he is usually called Robert I, but sometimes Robert II with his 

                                                    ancestor Rollo as Robert I. He was the father of William the Conqueror who became in 1066 King of England and founded the House of Normandy.

                                                     Herleva of Falaise  Harlette Arlette, Countess Mortaigne, Duchess of Falaise,1003 – C, 1150 or 1078