Lucius L. Noble
Lucius L. Noble, son of Johathan F. and Martha G. Noble was born in the town of Alabama, Genessee County, N.Y., July 15, 1832. His parents were natives of New York, and when he was quite small, removed to Calhoun County, Mich., where they remained until July 1846, and then came to Clayton County. His father purchased a farm of eighty acres in Lodomillo Township, upon which he resided until his death which occurred in July 1864. His widow and son, F. G. Noble, succeeded to the farm, which they still conduct. The subject of this memior bought 120 acres of land in Lodomillo Towhship, in 1853. He now owns 255 acres of fine farming land, which he rents, and resides in Strawberry Point. On Dec. 19, 1858, he was united in marriage with Elizabeth Kidner, in Lodomillo Towhship. To them have been born two children--Cora A. and Emma D. In politics Mr. Noble affiliates with the Republican party.
source: History of Clayton
County, Iowa, 1882, p. 700
Transcribed by Sally Scarff and Marlene Chaney