|| 1840 - 1907|
||19 Jun 1840
||Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts [1, 2]
||Between 21 Jan 1862 and 20 Feb 1865
||West Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts [3, 4]
| (Private; Co. A, 19th Vol. Mass. Regt.; promoted full Corporal 12 Sep 1863; must out 20 Feb 1865 Sergt.) |
||Veteran & Patriot of the Civil War
||Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts 
|a carpenter |
||26 Jan 1907
||Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts [3, 6]
- (age 66 yrs 7 mos 7 dys; died of heart disease and cirrhosis of the liver.
OBIT: The funeral of Stephen Noyes, who died last Saturday, was held from his late home, 37 Howard street, this afternoon at 2 o'clock, the services being attended by delegations from Major How post 47, G.A.R. and Gen. Burnside command, U.V.U., with which the deceased was affiliated. The services were conducted by Rev. Robert L. Webb of the Portland street church. The G.A.R. service was also used, being conducted by Commander Charles Butters. The remains were placed in the receiving tomb at Linwood, the bearers being from the G.A.R. and U.V.U.
The floral tributes were as follows: Spray of pinks, widow; pillow, children; wreath, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Pease; spray of roses, sisters; spray, nephews and nieces; violets, grandchildren; pillow, neighbors; pinks, Kings Daughters of Portland Street church; pinks, Mrs. Charles F. Kimball; wreath, U.V.U.; basket, C.K. Fox wood heel department; spray, Mrs. W.L. Salkins; spray, Mr. and Mrs. Gilman Edgerly.
Mr. Noyes was born in Amesbury, but went with his parents to West Newbury when a young man. He lived in that town until about 15 years ago, when he came to this city. He followed the trade of a carpenter until a few years ago, when his health compelled him to seek less laborious duties and for some time he has had charge of several tenements.
When the civil war broke out Mr. Noyes enlisted in Co. A, 19th Massachusetts regiment, at West Newbury, and served his three years, being honorably discharged. He took part in many of the famous battles, being left on the field for dead at Anetetam, but later escaping. He was wounded in the leg at Fredericksburg and after he had recovered from his injuries was detailed to duty at Portsmouth Grove, R.I., having charge of the hospital ward there and being corporal in the Veterans' Reserve corps. He was also a member of the Ben Perley Poor Savages.
Mr. Noyes left a wife, four sons, Fred L. Noyes of Norfolk, Va., Ray N. Noyes, S. Irving Noyes and William D. Noyes of this city; one daughter, Mrs. Frank Pease of Merrimac; one brother, Samuel Noyes of Corliss hill; two sisters, Miss Mary A.C. Noyes of Plaistow, N.H., and Mrs. George Cheney of Plaistow, N.H., and 11 grandchildren.)
||Stephen Noyes obituary
||29 Jan 1907
||Bradford, Essex, Massachusetts [3, 7]
||Stephen & Sarah Hills (Hoyt) Noyes monument
Stephen Noyes, Jr.
||Noyes Family Genealogy
||14 Apr 2013 |
||NOYES Samuel Chase, b. 24 Feb 1809, Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts , d. 16 Dec 1885, West Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts |
||PECKER Anne Jane, b. 28 Jun 1810, Salisbury, Essex, Massachusetts , d. 12 Jun 1882, West Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts |
||10 Nov 1832
||Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts
||HOYT Sarah Hills, b. 1 Oct 1841, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts , d. 23 May 1913 |
||28 Jan 1862
||Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts [1, 8, 9]
| ||1. NOYES Fred L., b. 22 Mar 1864, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts , d. 11 Oct 1949, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts |
| ||2. NOYES Fannie A., b. 28 Feb 1866, d. Yes, date unknown|
| ||3. NOYES Albert Webster, b. 18 Nov 1867, West Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts , d. 13 Feb 1868, West Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts |
| ||4. NOYES Ray N., b. 20 May 1869, East Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts , d. 24 Mar 1957, Saint Petersburg, Pinnellas, Florida |
| ||5. NOYES Samuel Irving, b. 13 Mar 1873, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts , d. 8 Nov 1936|
| ||6. NOYES William Dalton, b. 28 Jan 1879, Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts , d. 30 Jan 1945, Bradford, Essex, Massachusetts |
|Birth - 19 Jun 1840 - Amesbury, Essex, Massachusetts
|Military - (Private; Co. A, 19th Vol. Mass. Regt.; promoted full Corporal 12 Sep 1863; must out 20 Feb 1865 Sergt.) - Between 21 Jan 1862 and 20 Feb 1865 - West Newbury, Essex, Massachusetts
|Married - 28 Jan 1862 - Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts
|Occupation - a carpenter - 1873 - Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts
|Died - 26 Jan 1907 - Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts
|Buried - Address:
Elmwood Cemetery - 29 Jan 1907 - Bradford, Essex, Massachusetts
- [S103] Book-Noyes-The Noyes Descendants, Vol. II, p.202.
- [S87] Birth-gravestone, Elmwood Cemetery; Bradford, MA.
- [S86] Death-gravestone, Elmwood Cemetery; Bradford, MA.
- [S4240] Internet-Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles.
- [S4295] Internet-DB-NEHGS-Mass. VRs, 1841 through 1910, 250:217.
- [S4666] VR-Massachusetts Vital Records, 1841-1910, viewed; 21 April 2010; Commonwealth of Mass. Return of a Death - Haverhill 48:92.
- [S82] Death-obit, Haverhill Gazette 29 Jan 1907.
- [S969] Book-Gen. Hist. of the Hoyt, Haight and Hight Fam, R929.2 H86., p.192.
- [S4295] Internet-DB-NEHGS-Mass. VRs, 1841 through 1910, 153:149.