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James Noble
Missouri Society Sons of the American Revolution

James Noble Grave Marker
James Noble Grave Marker

Patriot James Noble assisted in establishing American Independence as a Private in the Virginia Continental Line.  He enlisted in early 1777 and served in Captain Lord’s Company, Colonel Stephen’s Regiment; in Captain McLean’s Company of Spies, Colonel Febiger’s Regiment; and in Captain Shelton’s Company, General Wayne’s Regiment.  He was at the Battle of Monmouth and Battle of Stony Points, and wounded at the Battle of Germantown.  His service is documented in his pension application S16991 at the U.S. National Archives & Records Administration. 
 
James was born December in 1759 at Kent County, Maryland and died in 1845 in Randolph County, Missouri.  He is buried at Sugar Creek Cemetery in Moberly, Randolph County, Missouri and at coordinates:: N39 26' 48.84" and W94 27' 18.00".  He has a recently replaced military headstone and memorial marker placed by the DAR Howard County and DAR Margaret Miller Chapters.


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