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Canton MA

Teresa Isabel Noyes

  • Canton, MA

Noyes, Samuel Bradley (1817 - ) - male b. 9 APR 1817 in Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts father: Noyes, Samuel (1784 - 1864) mother: Morrill, Elizabeth (1788 - 1853) Attended the public schools, and for one year a private school in Dedham, under the tuition of the Hon. Francis W. Bird. He entered Phillips Academy, Andover in 1836 and remained there until the summer of 1840 when he entered Harvard, graduating in 1844. In 1875, the Philomathean Society in the academy, in which Mr. Noyes played a prominent part during his student days at Andover, held its semi-centennial anniversary, and he was chosen the orator of the day. On leaving college he studied law with the Hon. Isaac Davis of Worcester, afterward with Hon. Ezra Wilkinson of Dedham and the Hon. Ellis Ames of Canton. He was admitted to the Norfolk County bar in April, 1847 and began practicing law in his adopted town of Canton. He was a member of the New England Historic and Genealogical Society, the New England Horticultural Society, the Massachusetts Press Association, the Stoughton Musical Society, and the Bunker Hill Monument Association. He died in 1900. spouse: Beaumont, Georgiana (*1828 - ) - m. AFT 1 JAN 1850 ----------child: Noyes, Teresa I. (1851 - ) ----------child: Noyes, Eliza R. (1857 - ) ----------child: Noyes, Bradley M. (1864 - ) ----------child: Noyes, James Beaumont (1870 - 1949)

<a name="I37383">Noyes, Samuel Bradley</a> (1817 - ) - male b. 9 APR 1817 in Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts
father: Noyes, Samuel (1784 - 1864)
mother: Morrill, Elizabeth (1788 - 1853)

Attended the public schools, and for one year a private school in Dedham, under the tuition of the Hon. Francis W. Bird. He entered Phillips Academy, Andover in 1836 and remained there until the summer of 1840 when he entered Harvard, graduating in 1844. In 1875, the Philomathean Society in the academy, in which Mr. Noyes played a prominent part during his student days at Andover, held its semi-centennial anniversary, and he was chosen the orator of the day.

On leaving college he studied law with the Hon. Isaac Davis of Worcester, afterward with Hon. Ezra Wilkinson of Dedham and the Hon. Ellis Ames of Canton. He was admitted to the Norfolk County bar in April, 1847 and began practicing law in his adopted town of Canton. He was a member of the New England Historic and Genealogical Society, the New England Horticultural Society, the Massachusetts Press Association, the Stoughton Musical Society, and the Bunker Hill Monument Association. He died in 1900.

spouse: Beaumont, Georgiana (*1828 - )
- m. AFT 1 JAN 1850
----------child: Noyes, Teresa I. (1851 - )
----------child: Noyes, Eliza R. (1857 - )
----------child: Noyes, Bradley M. (1864 - )
----------child: Noyes, James Beaumont (1870 - 1949)


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