Generation 1 through 5 -15

First Generation

1. Al BISHOP II was born on November 21, 1958. Married Lynn Marie Herr, 1995

i. Lora Marie was born on November 2, 1996 in Saint Paul, Minnesota

Second Generation

ALBERT E BISHOP was born on September 22, 1916. BISHOP and Harriette Patton NOYES were married.

Harriette Patten NOYES was born about June 28 1919 in , , Connecticut.2 She appeared in the census on 15 Jan 1920 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut.2 (age 6 months.) She appeared in the census on 21 Apr 1930 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut.3 (age 10.) BISHOP and Harriette Patton NOYES, Graduated from Buckley High School, Hartford Ct. 1937. Went to work for the Travelers Insurance Co. in 1937. Worked there for 8 years in the payroll department. Was a Nurses Aid for the Hartford Hospital. Met Albert Bishop at the Travelers recreation room through a sponsored dance for servicemen. Met up the street after the dance. Harriette asked ‘would you like to meet my parents”? They took a trolley car to the Carl Noyes Home. Albert was sent to Africa. They wrote back and forth during his tour in Africa. They were married in 1944. had the following children:

.iMargret Gladys Bishop was born March 4, 1945 – 1 Son Nicholas (Nick)

ii. Carol Ann Bishop- was born April 10, 1947 – 2 Children Tracy and Troy

iii. Alberta Mae Bishop- was born August 4 1949

iv. Mary Louise Bishop- was born December 17, 1953-1 Daughter Stephanie

v. Albert Edward Bishop-1 Daughter Lora

US ARMY AIR CORP. WW II

Albert E BISHOP. Enlisted in the Army Air Corp as very young man having served 2 tours of duty in WWII. He was sent to North Africa and was a non commissioned officer and Chief Aircraft Mechanic on the B-17 and other fighter aircraft of the theater. He was with a secret squadron formed to help the British General Montgomery. The 62nd Squadron, 57th fighter group. Known as the “The Fabulous Fighting 57th” .

This was a success against great hardship and odds and was the turning point and the ultimate defeat of General Rommel.

Albert Bishop Sr. was wounded during a surprise Nazi raid which lead to his return state side.

Al spent the next 39 years working for the Whirlpool Corporation in Saint Paul.

Al’s was nick named “Bulldog” but was well loved and admired by friends.

He was the 4 th District Commander in the VFW and Aid-de Camp to the Commander in chief of the Veterans Affairs in Washington, DC. He had close personal ties to Hubert H. Humphrey in the early 197o’s.

Al as he was called in White Bear Township, the largest populated township in Minnesota was the Justice of the Peace from 1952 to the elimination of JP process. in the mid 1970′s.

Al and Harriette were married for 56 years having several Grand Children.

Third Generation

Carl Patten. NOYES was born on 7 Sep 1895 in , , New Hampshire.4 He appeared in the census on 2 Jun 1900 in Manchester, Hillsborough, New Hampshire.5 (age 4.) He appeared in the census on 20 Apr 1910 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.6 (age 14.) He appeared in the census on 15 Jan 1920 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut.2 (enumerated as Noyce; age 25; typewriter; renting home on Broad St.) He appeared in the census on 21 Apr 1930 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut.3 (age 35; city policeman; married at age 22; renting a home on Hillside Ave. for $43.) Carl P. NOYES and Gladys E. [NOYES] were married before 1918.2

Gladys E. [NOYES] was born about 1892 in , , Massachusetts.2 She appeared in the census on 15 Jan 1920 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut.2 (age 28.) She appeared in the census on 21 Apr 1930 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut.3 (age 39; married at age 26.) Carl P. NOYES and Gladys E. [NOYES] had the following children:

i. Grace Elizabeth NOYES was born about Feb 1918 in , , Connecticut. She appeared in the census on 15 Jan 1920 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut.2 (age 1 year 11 months.) She appeared in the census on 21 Apr 1930 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut.3 (age 12.)

ii. Harriette Patton NOYES. was born June 28th 1919

iii. Charlotte Ann NOYES was born on about 1923 in , , Connecticut.3

iv. Annie C. NOYES was born about Oct 1925 in , , Connecticut.3 She appeared in the census on 21 Apr 1930 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut.3 (age 4 years and 6 months.)

v. Betty Noyes. was born on

Fourth Generation

Isaac William NOYES was born on 24 Feb 1861 in Hampstead, Rockingham, New Hampshire. He appeared in the census on 2 Jun 1900 in Manchester, Hillsborough, New Hampshire. (age 39; shoe cutter; widower; renting a home on E. Spruce St.) He appeared in the census on 20 Apr 1910 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. (age 44; shoe cutter; owned home with a mortgage on Lonsdale St.) Children born in Raymond and Manchester, N.H. Isaac William NOYES and Joan D’Arc PATTEN were married in 1890.

2. Elizabeth Goodwin, Nurse, 2nd wife

1. Joan D’Arc PATTEN lived in Canada before 1890.8 Isaac William NOYES and Joan D’Arc PATTEN had the following children:

i. Walter Flynt. NOYES was born on 24 Jan 1892. He appeared in the census on 2 Jun 1900 in Manchester, Hillsborough, New Hampshire. (age 8.) He appeared in the census on 20 Apr 1910 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. (age 18.)

ii.  Carl Patten. NOYES was born on 7 Sep 1895 in New Hampshire

Fifth Generation

Joshua Flint NOYES was born on 23 Jan 1818 in Hampstead, Rockingham, New Hampshire.9,10 He appeared in the census on 18 Jun 1900 in Hampstead, Rockingham, New Hampshire.11 (Age 82; farmer; owned farm free of mortgage.) Joshua Flint NOYES and Lois Ann NOYES were married in 1843.12

Lois Ann NOYES was born on 27 Aug 1821 in Atkinson, Rockingham, New Hampshire.12 She died in 1899.12 Joshua Flint NOYES and Lois Ann NOYES had the following children:

i. Elbridge Henry NOYES was born on 22 Jan 1846 in Hampstead, Rockingham, New Hampshire.7,8,13 He died on 15 Jan 1895.

Noyes Genealogist/Teacher/Author


ii. Harriette Eliza NOYES was born on 15 Dec 1848 in Hampstead, Rockingham, New Hampshire.7,8 She appeared in the census on 18 Jun 1900 in Hampstead, Rockingham, New Hampshire.11 (Age 57; living with father.) Associate authoress of NOYES FAMILY BY H.E. NOYES, VOL. 1.

Also authoress of the MEMORIAL HISTORY OF HAMPSTEAD, N.H. and of the HISTORY OF THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH OF HAMPSTEAD, N.H.

iii.Dr. Rufus King NOYES, was born on 24 May 1853 in Hampstead, Rockingham, New Hampshire.  Address 50 Chambers St., Boston.

On this date in 1853 (May 24), Rufus King Noyes, M.D., was born in Hampstead, New Hampshire, the son of a prosperous farmer. Noyes graduated from Atkinson Academy in 1872, and received his medical degree from Dartmouth in 1875. He worked at Boston City Hospital as a house surgeon, ranking first in his competitive exam, and receiving a “hospital diploma” after 18 months. He practiced medicine and surgery in Boston throughout his career. “Dr. Noyes is a strong believer in nature, and is the author of the treatise entitled ‘The Self-Curability of Diseases,’ ” according to Samuel Putnam’s Four Hundred Years of Freethought (1894). Dr. Noyes compiled the History of Medicine for the Last Four Thousand Years and The Science and Art of Ignorance; or, The Conspiracy of Christian Ministers, Press and Theologians Against Humanity. Dr. Noyes described himself as a Materialist.

Dr. Noyes lived on large country manor with several hundred acres. The house had as many as 7 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, large gathering rooms and servant quarters . My mother Harriette and her sister spent  summers at what they called the “farm”. Dr. Noyes was a thoughtful quite man who never had children.

iv. Albert Peabody NOYES was born on 6 Sep 1857 in Hampstead, Rockingham, New Hampshire. He appeared in the census on 18 Jun 1900 in Hampstead, Rockingham, New Hampshire. (Age 42; farm laborer; married 1 year; living with father.)

v. Isaac William NOYES.

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