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Raymond E. Noble
The History of Renville County, Volume 2
Compiled by Franklyn Curtiss-Wedge
p. 1233

Raymond E. Noble, was born in Iowa, in Howard county, Feb. 28, 1879, son of Fred W. and Viola T. (Clark) Noble. Fred W. Noble was born in Winnebago county, Wisconsin, in 1855. He was married Nov. 23, 1877, in Cresco, Howard county, Iowa, to Viola T. Clark, born in Winnesheik county, Iowa, in 1859. There were four children in the family, Raymond E., Alva C. and Alta G., born Nov. 29, 1884, in Monroe county, Wisconsin, and Lyle H., born April 10, 1898, in Redwood county. Raymond E. was educated in Wisconsin and was about sixteen years of age when the family moved back to Iowa and remained with his parents when they moved to Minnesota, coming to Redwood Falls, Redwood county. The family came to Boon Lake township, Renville county, 1902, and located on a farm. They purchased Rev. George Potter's farm and took a tree claim. Mr. Noble was married Sept. 25, 1907 to Luella Haddson. The first year they lived at the home of Mr. Haddson, then they moved to Brookfield township, where they lived for three years, coming to their present place in Boon Lake township, which they rent. The family are members of the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Noble have three children: Floyd Raymond, born June 11, 1910; Dorothy Blanche, born Nov. 18, 1911; and Marion Viola, born April 30, 1914.

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