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Noeller, Nail, Naile, Nailer, Nayler, Naylor, Naler, Naylour, Nellyer and Noller  DNA

There is no NOELLER  DNA Project at this time

Noeller, Noller, Nöller, Naile, Nailer, Nayler, Naylor, Naler, Naylour, Nellyer

Generation 5
George Emmett Noeller Jr. is the eldest child and only son of George Emmett & Margaret Janet (Bingham) Noeller.
 Siblings: 
     Coreen Noeller 
     Morgan Noeller

Generation 4
George Emmett Noeller, Sr.  is s/o George Frederick Noeller & Lela Prudence Stephenson. He was b. Nov 17, 1932 KN and d. Nov 22, 1968 Kansas City, Mo. He is buried in the Elmwood Cem. Augusta KN. Death Cert. #690046100, filed Dec 8, 1968.  m. Margaret J Bingham.  She was b. July 11, 1938 Witchita, Sedgewick Co., Kansas; d.  Feb 16, 2009, d/o Walter Marion Bingham and Bessie Madison.

Generation 3
George Frederick Noeller was s/o of Raymond Arthur Noeller & Patricia Ann (Grey) Walker? m. Lela Stephenson, b: Feb. 1, 1899, d: Sept. 1980 Augusta, Butler Co., Kansas, Both buried in the Elmwood Cem.

Generation 2
Raymond Arthur Noeller b. Dec 15, 1896, Sterling, Commanche Co., OK, m. Nov 18, 1950 Bentonville Ark , d. Apr 11, 1983 Uniontown Ark. buried Ft Scott Nat'l Cem.
He married Patricia Ann (Grey) Walker, b: Jul. 25, 1909;  d: Jan 14, 2001. Buried in  Fort Scott Nat'l Cem, Bourbon Co, KS. Plot: Sect.14, Site 508
Children: 1) Betty,  2) Helen, 3) George F.  (may be other children)

Generation 1
Arthur Augustus  Noeller & Anna Belle Lindsley.
Children: 1) Bessie M., 2) Raymond A., 3)  George E., 4)  Reid Farais 5 ) Mildred M., 6) Mavis A.

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Obit: Margaret B. Keith

Chickasha Express Star, OK

Margaret Bingham Keith, age 70, died peacefully at home on Monday, February 16, 2009. Margaret was born July 11, 1938, in Wichita, KS., the sixth of 13 children of Bessie and Walter Marion Bingham. Margaret grew up in Kansas and Arkansas, where she attended school and graduated from Leon High School in Leon, KS in 1957. Family mattered most to Margaret. She married George Allan Keith in 1970 and together they raised 4 daughters and lived in many places including Kansas, Texas, Colorado, Wyoming, Oklahoma, and Arkansas (the home they loved most of all). She was many things in her lifetime: talented and loving wife, mother, entrepreneur, church servant/custodian, and was considered by many who knew her as a “One Woman Welcome Wagon” due to her desire to cook and sew for and openly welcome people into the church and her neighborhood. The many friends she acquired this way knew her as “Margie”. She had a passion for antiques, which she used to operate a successful antiques store called “Marge’s Country Attic” in Chickasha, OK during the 1980’s. She had an ability to find the value and significance in so many things that others often overlooked. Her incredible memory enabled her to share great stories about her family, especially about her father and paternal grandmother, both of whom she loved dearly. She loved the smell of lilacs, tobacco and wood burning stoves (which reminded her of her childhood), as well as a wide variety of music and books and phone calls from family. Margaret became a Christian (along with her husband George) in 1980 thanks to the influence of longtime friends Joanne and Charles Renfro of Augusta, KS. Margaret was preceded in death by her husband George and siblings Buddy [Lee] Bingham, Charles [Walter] Bingham, Larry [Gene] Bingham, Peggy Ralston, and Ruth Rude.She is survived by her daughters Corrina Keith-Brown, Morgan Keith, Shana Keith-Ward, and George Brooks; and by siblings Hazel VanHorn, Virginia Milner, Kay Graber, Susie Maxwell, Sherry McCandless, Linda Coiner, and Richard Bingham; as well as many grandchildren, one great grandchild, nephews, nieces, cousins, and in-laws. During the final stages of her illness,Margaret received excellent and loving care from Lifeline Hospice of Chickasha, OK. Her final wish was to have her body donated to scientific research through LifeLegacy Foundation and strongly encouraged family and friends to do the same.Memorial services will be held on Thursday, February 26th at 1:30 pm at the Southern Oaks Church of Christ in Chickasha, OK. 

WW I Draft Card- Raymond Noeller

Fort Scott National Cemetery
Fort Scott, Bourbon County, Kansas

Name:

Raymond A Noeller

Veteran's Rank:

PVT

Branch:

US Army

Last known address:

P. O. Box 917 Fort Scott , KS 66701

Birth Date:

15 Dec 1896

Death Date:

11 Apr 1983

Veteran Service Start Date:

6 Aug 1918

Veteran Service End Date:

10 Feb 1919

Interment Date:

14 Apr 1983

Cemetery:

Ft. Scott National Cemetery

Buried At:

Section 14 Site 508

Gus Noeller (Augustus) states on the 1900 Census that his father was born in Germany. He also states he was born in Dec 1869.  In searching the Immigration and Passenger List on Ancestry.com, the only male Noeller I came across, arriving in the US prior to 1869, was a "J. Noeller". He arrived in New York on Aug 28, 1865, coming from Bremen, Germany. The ship was the HANSA. There is also a female who is listed as "A Noeller". They are both coming from the same town. They may be husband & wife, brother & sister, or cousins. Their ages are too close to be mother and son. 

Printer version of Passenger List

from Ancestry.com

The passenger ship "HANSA"
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J Noeller, 2nd name down from top of list
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Who is the female "A Noeller" on the ship with thim?

 

Arthur A.Noeller-1900 Census Saline, Woods Co., OK
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Arthur A. Noeller 1910 Dane, Major Co. OK pg1
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Arthur A Noeller 1910 Census pg 2
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1920 Banner, Grant Co. OK
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1930 Witchita, Sedgwick Co, KS - Raymond Noeller
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