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    2. This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Author: cameronbryant6 Surnames: Classification: queries Message Board URL: Message Board Post: Hello Miranda, I realize it has been some years since your reply to my- already at the time- quite old query, but I hope you are able to receive this message. I have been out of the genealogy game for some time, but I am getting back into it. It is great to hear from you. Since my original query 10 years ago, I have learned a great deal more about this family. I can briefly summarize, first, my connection to the family. Your husband and I share common ancestors starting with Henry Crine Noyes and his wife Sarah Haighton Wilks. Henry and Sarah should be your husband's great-great-great grandparents, and they are my great-great-great-great grandparents. I descend from Henry and Sarah's son John Haighton Noyes, and your husband descends through their daughter, Amy Noyes, who married Henry Francis Elliot. From what I know, Henry and Amy had four children: Dorothy Noyes, Gladys Noyes, May Noyes and Lionel Noyes. Gladys and May appear to have died unmarried, while Lionel married twice- first to his cousin Doris Elliot Noyes, and secondly to Mary Adeline Orme, with whom he had two children: Annie and Lionel Francis Noyes. I don't know anything further about these children. Your husband's great-grandmother would then have been Dorothy Noyes Elliot, who married William Alexander Hungerford in 1902. As far as I can tell, William died in 1913 and Dorothy dies sometime after 1930. I was aware that they! possibly had a child Amy, and you confirmed this. Burke's Peerage confirms she was born in 1907, as does her birth notice in The Times. Amy is also mentioned in her great-aunt Constance Chichester's (née Noyes) will, in which she is provided a sum of money. That's as far as I can find information about Amy. It is great to know that she has descendants. I would love to know more about her, your husband's family and whatever you may know about the Elliot's. I can provide you with further information about the Elliot family from what I have found. They are closely tied with the Noyes family (my primary research focus) and married into each others families at least three times. If you and your husband have any interest in his Noyes relatives, I have a very large amount of interesting information on this family as well. I hope to hear from you soon! Cameron Important Note: The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link above and respond on the board. <br>

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