This site commemorates the men and women of Collingham, Linton and Micklethwaite who served during World War 1.
Noble, John William
(1897-?)

John William Noble's name appears in the 1918 and 1919 electoral rolls for Collingham, but in 1918 he is shown as being absent due to Naval or Military service.

John William Noble is shown on the 1911 census for Collingham, living with his parents, Frederick James Noble and his wife Ellen Elizabeth Noble, at Main Street, Collingham, along with two other children, Edith Mary and Alice May. The census also shows that in total Frederick and Ellen had had five children, only four of which had survived to 1911. Frederick had been born in East Keswick and Ellen in Collingham. Edith and John had been born in Halton, Yorkshire, while Alice had been born in Collingham. John William Noble had been born in 1897.

John William Noble's service record has not survived, and we cannot definitely establish his service in World War 1.

We believe that John William Noble married Edith Annie Richardson at St Pauls Middlesbrough, in 1919.

If you have any photographs or further details about this person we would be pleased to hear from you. Please contact us via: alan.berry@collinghamanddistrictwararchive.info